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August 14, 1981 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Colombia, Uruguay to Join Sinai Peacekeeping Force

NEW YORK — Colombia to send troops to the Sinai
and Uruguay have agreed Peninsula to participate in
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an international peace force
agreed to by Egypt and Is-
rael.
The two countries will
join the United States and
Fiji in' the 2,500-member
force that will patrol the
area following Israel's re-
turn of the final segment to
Egypt next April.
Colombia will send an in-
fantry battalion (800-900
men) and- Fiji is set to con-
tribute 500 men to the force.
Estanilao Valdez,
Uruguay's foreign minister
did not indicate how many
soldiers his country would
send. Efforts to persuade
Argentina to send a contin-
gent have not been suc-
cessful.

Fiji has had 600 soldiers
in Lebanon since 1978 as
part of the United Nations
peacekeeping force. The Fi-
jians, who gained renown as
jungle fighters against the
Japanese in World War II,
use a style of warfare which
is unique in the Middle
East. Instead of firing their
rifle, Fijian soldiers would
rather swing them like
clubs. Also, they prefer to
hurl hand grenades at the
enemy without removing
the firing pin, thus making
it a steel equivalent to the
traditional throwing club
with which earlier Fijian
warriors stunned an oppo-
nent before closing in for the
kill.

Liturgical Songs' Interpreted
by Composer and a Disciple

"Reb
Laser
and
Yehoshualle" is the title of a
record produced by Lifetime
Recordings, New York. The
title credits a composer and
a youthful singer. The songs
in this recording are tradi-
tional.
Reb Laser is Lester W.
Osband, the composer of the
songs. He continued a
lifelong love for Jewish tra-
ditional music and the re-
sult is the expressive set of
compositions sung by
Yehoshualle.
It is the combination of
both that makes this record-
ing so unusual. The young
disciple has a very sweet
voice. It is expressed in the
interpretations in this al-
bum.
The combined voices
lend pathos and joy to the
efforts of lovers of the
music that is afforded
sanctity by the request
annotated on the record
that "since the text of this
record comes from sac-
red sources, it would be
appreciated if owners of
this record would refrain
from playing it on the
Sabbath or Torah-
commanded holidays."
This gives an indication
of the approach to sanctity
by the two singers and by
the elder who is the com-
poser.
Here are the songs
heard on both sides of the
record:
"Yimloch
Hashem
L'olawm," "La'yehuim
Hoy'y'saw Oraw V'sim-

thaw,"
"Ahl
Tiraw
Mipachad Pisom," "Shomer
Yisrawel," "Bruchaw Aht
Lashem Biti (Book of Ruth,"
"Ahtress Z'kaynim B'nay
Vawnim (Proverbs)," "Reb
Lazer's Dance," "Y'chad-
shayhu," "Vahaviaynu
L'shawlom Mayarbah Kan-
fos Hawawrets," "Hillel
Omayr (Ethics of the
Fathers)," "Achaynu Kawl
Bays Yisrawel,"
"Hamalawch Hagoayl Ossi
Mikawl Raw," "Ahavas
Olawm" and "Shtik (A
follow-the-leader dance)."
Shtik is defined on the
jacket of this record as "a
dance used to amuse bride
and groom, a Bar Mitzva, or
any other celebrant."
In some respects these re-
cordings approach the
Hasidic. The concluding
hymnals on both sides, "Reb
Lazer's Dance" and "Shtik,"
attest to it and provide ex-
citing interest in the corn-
positions.

Israel's Kibutz
Sector Prospers

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Kibutzniks total 3.5 percent
of the overall Jewish popu-
lation of Israel, and 21 per-
cent of the farming popula-
tion, according to a recently
released pamphlet from the
Israel Information Center.
Yet despite its relatively
small size, the kibutz sector
supplies 40 percent of Is-
rael's agricultural output as
well as five percent of all
industrial products.

Orlinsky to Present Paper
at Masoretic Studies Parley

JERUSALEM — Harry
Orlinsky of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion will pre-
sent a paper at the fourth
congress of the Interna-
tional Organization for
Masoretic Studies this
weekend in Jerusalem.
Orlinsky, who serves as
president of the organiza-
tion, will be joined by one of
his former students, Rabbi
Milton Weinberg of New
York, for the presentation of
"Notes on the Masora Book
of Amos."
Some 12 papers are
scheduled to be presented at
the conference. There will

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