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May 22, 1981 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, May 22, 1981

The house of the wicked
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Boston College BGU
Set Summer Dig in Israel

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass.
— Boston College will join a
program in the study of ar-
cheology and biblical his-
tory this summer with
Ben-Gurion University.
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excavate unexplored sites
in the southern part of Is-
rael. It is hoped the dig will
uncover cities of the early
biblical period.
The- primary center of
exploration will be Tel
Abu-Hureirah, under which
is believed to be remains of
the city of Gerar, mentioned
in the Bpok of Genesis in
connection with events in
the life of Abraham, the He-
brew, the ancestbr of the
people of Israel.
Applications for this
summer's institute are now
being accepted. For infor-
mation, write Dr. David
Neiman, Institute of Arche-
ology, Boston College,
Chestnut Hill, Mass. 02167.

Bar-Ilan Effort Aids Senior Citizens

RAMAT GAN — Nearly
80 students have volun-
teered their services for
Bar-Ilan University's
Kesher project, a new pro-
gram which represents the
school's continued effort to
reach out to senior citizens
living within the campus
community.
The volunteers visit el-
derly citizens who make
their homes in the area, per-
form various household
chores for them and provide
companionship for the
often-lonely senior citizens.
The students involved in
the Kesher project receive
the same scholarships given
to students who work for
Pera, a tutoring project for
school-age children. Each
student visits his "client"

Albert Bloom Elected Head
of Press Association

HOUSTON, Tex. (JTA)
— The American Jewish
Press Association (AJPA),

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Under Supervision of Council of Orthodox Rabbis

which held its 39th annual
meeting here last weekend,
elected Albert Bloom, editor
of the Pittsburgh Jewish
Chronicle, as its president
for the coming year.
Serving with Bloom as
vice presidents will be
Larry Hankin, of the Wis-
consin Jewish Chronicle;
Philip Scheier, Seattle
Jewish Transcript; and
Miriam Goldberg, publisher
of the Intermountain
Jewish News in Denver.
Other officers are: Morris
Omaha Jewish
Press, treasurer; Vida
Goldgar, Southern Israelite
of Atlanta, recording secre-
tary; Judith Manelis, of the
United Jewish Appeal Re-
cord in New York City,
corresponding secretary.
In recognition of the
late columnist and jour-
nalist, Bernard Postal,
the AJPA established the
Bernard Postal Memorial
Lecture to be an annual
event. Additionally, an
award will be presented
annually to a member
publication or individual
for journalistic integrity
in honor of the AJPA's
"respected colleague"
Joseph palakoff who re-
tired last month as the
Jewish Telegraphic
Agency's Washington
bureau chief:
The ALPA Golda Meir
Award was presented to
Philip Slomovitz, publisher
and editor of The Detroit
Jewish News, who was un-
able to attend the meeting.

WB Disturbance
on Israel's 33rd

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Political unrest on the West
Bank intensified last
weekend as Arabs marked
the May 15 anniversary
date of the establishment of
the State of Israel.
High school students in
Ramallah and El Bira, as
well as students from the
Bir Zeit University, set up
roadblocks and hurled
stones at passing vehicles.
Similar demonstrations
took place at the Kalandiya
refugee camp near
in
and
Jerusalem
Bethlehem.

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because of the close contact
established between the
student and the older per-
son. The specific duties of
the volunteers have been
deliberately left undefined,
leaving room for personal
initiative. One student gave
Hebrew lessons to her client
at the older woman's re-

quest and another studied
Talmud with his elderly,
blind client.

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