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May 15, 1981 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

58 Friday, May 15, 1981

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Jack Spitzer, president of
Bnai Brith International,
who returned last week
from a four-week visit to
four countries in East
Europe and Turkey, said
here he found that Jews in
those "isolated" com-
munities feel it is important
to have visits from Ameri-
can Jewish leaders.
Spitzer said he found "vi-
able" Jewish communities

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in Hungary, with 100,000
Jews, in Romania, with
33,600, and in Turkey with
18,000 to 20,000 Jews. But
in Poland, where the
number of Jews has dwin-
dled to 6,000-7,000, and
Bulgaria, with only 5,300
Jews, Spitzer said there are
only "remnant" com-
munities which may,disap-
pear in the next 25 years.
But he said the govern-
ments of all four Corn-
munist countries were
pledged to maintain the
Jewish - culture that had-
existed in these countries
for centuries.
The most immediate
problem discussed by
Spitzer at a press conference
last Friday at Bnai Brith
headquarters was the
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status for Romania which
the United States must
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MDA Recognition
Effort Endorsed
by White House

MIAMI' BEACH —
President Reagan has
endorsed Rabbi Rubin R.
Dobin's Operation Recogni-
tion program, which asks
that the Internationl Red
Cross recognize Israel's
Magen David Adorn (MDA)
as a full fledged member.
The endorsement came in
a message from the White
House which stated in part,
"I hope your work to help it
(MDA) achieve full recogni-
tion . . . will be successful.
The United States Govern-
ment fully supports these
goals."
The International Red
Cross refuses to recognize
MDA because the Israeli
organization uses a red
Shield of David rather than
the traditional emblem.
However, other countries
use their own emblems and
are still recognized.

RAMAT GAN — Accord-
ing to a study by the school'
of education at Bar-Ilan
University the development
of a baby may be enhanced
through early admission to
nurseries when the mother
lacks higher education.
Research on the develop-
ment of children of working
mothers by Dr. Pnina Klein,
director of early education
studies at Bar-Ilan, has
shown that the mother's
schooling determines the
relative benefits or disad-
vantages of placing a baby
in a day care center. The de-
velopment of 38 tots who
entered Tel Aviv area day
care centers at ages six-
eight months, and of 37
children whose mothers
stayed at home till they
were 2 1/2-3 years old, were
compared when the chil-
dren reached four years of
age.
Dr. Klein points out that
mothers who must, or wish,
to work a half-year after
giving birth, need not Pear
any universal negative ef-
fect of "maternal depriva-
tion" on their babies, pro-
vided the care the children
get at the day care center is
adequate.

JTS Collections
on Microfilm

NEW YORK (JTA) — In-
dexes for two major mic-
rofilmed collections in the
library of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America (JTS) have been
published recently by Uni-
versity Microfilm Interna-
tional (UMI).
One is an index to the li-
brary collection of manu:
scripts on Maimonides
"Mishneh Torah" and the
other is an index to the JTS'
213-manuscript history of
science collection.
The officials said the two
indexes complement an ear-
lier publication by UMI,
"Judaica Collections from
the Library" of the Conser-
vative institution, and
make available to scholars
everywhere much valuable
but previously inaccessible
material.

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Study Reveals
Positive Effects
of Day Care

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Israel Education Minister
Zevulun Hammer told
Knesset Chairman Yitzhak`
Berman last month that he
supports proposals to ex-
pand experimentation in
joint studies between
Jewish and Arab students
before they reached the
university level.

Habima Troupe
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JERUSALEM (JNI) —
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