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January 23, 1981 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish-Hispanic
Dialogue Begun

NEW YORK — A na-
tional dialogue between the
Jewish and Hispanic com-
munities in the U.S. has
been started by the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee.
The first of two confer-
ences took place Jan. 10-11
under the auspices of the
AJCommittee's Western
Region, with two dozen
Jewish and Hispanic lead-
ers from five states meeting
for three days at a retreat in
Scottsdale, Ariz.
A second conference,
focusing on "Immigration
and Acculturation," is being
sponsored by the Houston
Chapter Feb. 4-5.

EXCALIBUR

Hair Styling
Salon

Rabbi Abramson to Conduct
Headmasters Confab in N.Y.

Rabbi Robert Abramson,
headmaster of Hillel Day
School, will chair the na-
tional conference of head-
masters of Solomon Schech-
ter Day Schools which will
be held in New York, Sun-
day through Tuesday. Some
40 headmasters from the
United States and Canada
will attend.
The theme of the confer-
ence, according to Rabbi
Abramson, will be "The
Role of the Headmaster,"
with workshops on the
Headmaster and the Board,
Time Management, and the
Emerging Solomon Schech-
ter Day School Curriculum.
Sessions will be ad-
dressed by Mrs. Barbara
Stanton, chairman, trustees
committee of the National
Association of Private
Schools and Dr. Richard
Barter, headmaster of Col-
legiate School in New York.
At a sharing session, cur-
riculum newly developed at
Hillel on writing and on
Jewish social studies will be
presented.

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CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM

Southfield, Michigan

Presents
Its

FIRST ANNUAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

RABBI ABRAMSON

Monday night and Tues-
day, the headmasters will
attend sessions at the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of the Day School Col-
laborative ,of which Rabbi
Abramson is a founder. Par-
ticipants will _study with
seminary faculty and con=
tinue work on a curriculum
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Soviet Emigres
Receive Free
Therapy in NY

NEW YORK (JTA) — Re-
cent Soviet Jewish immig-
rants to the New York area
are beneficiaries of a service
which provides them with
therapy to help them cope
with the stresses of putting
down roots in a strange new
country, according to the
Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies.
The Jewish Board of Fam-
ily and Children's Services
and the Jewish Community
Services of Long Island
have highly-trained
Russian-speaking psychiat-
rists, psychologists and so-
cial workers who offer free
therapy to Soviet newcom-
ers settled for a year or
longer.

Israel Triples
African Exports

TEL AVIV (JNI) — Is-
raeli exports to Black Africa
have more than tripled to
$100 million in the past
seven years, according to Is-
rael Economist magazine.
Although most African
countries broke diplomatic
ties with Israel in 1973, Is-
, raeli firms continue to ex-
port a variety of goods to the
continent, the number of Is-
raeli experts working in Af-
rica has doubled, and Afri-
can students participate in
specialized education pro-
grams in Israel.

JANUARY 31, 1981

8:30 P.M.

In the Main Sanctuary

CANTOR DAVID BAGLEY
IN CONCERT

of

Liturgical-Yiddish-Hassidic-And Operatic Music
Accompanied At The Piano By Dr. Shalom Kalib

DR. HOWARD DUBIN

General Chairman

MARTIN BRUSHOFF

MAX NOSANCHUK

Co-Chairmen

Patrons

Norman Blake
Harold Cantor
Dr. Manuel Feldman
Morrey Fenkell
Samuel Geller
Dr. Eric Gordon
Dr. Abraham Grant

Larry Guttenberg
Jerome Helfman
Nate Harris
Leonard S. Herman
Paul Jacobs
Paul Kales
Irwin Kasoff

Gerald Lasher
William Liberson
Abram Medow
Larry Rogers
David Silver
Dr. Wm. Stoler
Louis Weber
Mark Weitz

Friends Needed

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israeli President Yitzhak
Navon recently told the
leaders of Israel friendship
societies that Israelis must
abandon the notion "that
the whole world is againt,
us."
He said Israelis must fos-
ter better relations with
foreigners.

Program Committee

George Rossman, Chairman

Louis Weber
Co-Ch airman



Leonard S. Herman
Lofty Partovich

Maynard Feldman
Co-Chairman

Fredell Whiteman
Allan Rosenberg

Syrian Attack? •

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
A Lebanese newspaper with
ties to Syria claims that Sy-
rian jets attacked camps of
Moslem extremists in Jor-
dan in recent weeks.

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