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December 14, 1984 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-14

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BY ELANA EIZAK KUPERSTEIN
Special to The Jewish News

The super heroes of American
cartoons will soon be joined by the
Maccabees. Complete with
heroes, villains, and a miracle,
the Chanukah story is scheduled
to become the first animated Is-
raeli film to appear on American
television (3 p.m. Dec. 17, Chan-
nel 50). Gesher Productions of
Jerusalem, creators of the 28-
minute feature called Lights , re-
ceived some help from American
professionals. The Hubley Studios
of New York designed some sets.
Leonard Nimoy and Judd Hirsch
provided their voices for the car-
toon.

Israelis have learned to be wary
of their elected leaders. A new law
requires every Knesset member
to reveal in writing his financial
situation, along with income, as-
sets, and debts of all members of
his family. Suspicious declara-
tions will be reported to the
attorney-general, but the infor-
mation can be made public only by
the order of a court.

The "real McCoy" of hambur-
gers is about to affix 15 golden
arches in Israel's growing junk
food landscape. Due to arrive next
summer, the McDonald restau-
rants will offer competition to
MacDavid's, their local equiv-
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/From the Maccabees to modern
heroes: an Israeli potpourri

A successful Israeli project for
disadvantaged children will be
tried in three American cities—
Richmond, Va., Glendale, Ariz.,
and Tulsa, Okla. The Hebrew
University and the -National
Council of Jewish Women started
the program in 1969 whereby 4-6
year-olds are taught basic skills
at home to facilitate their future
school experience. The program is
helping 14,000 families through-
out Israel.

More proof that Israeli educa-
tion is in touch with the times is
the latest ruling that a teacher's
certificate will only be granted to
those who pass a basic computer
exam.

An Israeli architect made the
top 11 list of the American Insti-
tute of Architecture. The 86-
year-old Arieh Elhanani designed
Yad Vashem in Jerusalem and
Bar-Ilan University in Tel Aviv
and won the Israel Prize for
Architecture. in 1973.

Five curtain calls at the London
Royal Festival Hall follow Maya
Weltman's playing of Men-
delssohn's First Piano Concerto
with the London Philharmonic
Orchestra. The talented 12-year-
old Israeli was invited to London
by conductor Klaus Tennstedt,
who overheard her playing while
he was walking in the halls of the
Rubin Academy of Music in Is-
rael.

The Conservative movement
recently opened its first rabbini-
cal seminary in Israel. Its direc-
tor, Rabbi Reuven. Hammer feels
that by establishing this rabbini-
cal school the movement will gain
more recognition in Israel, than
by trying to win approval from
Orthodox rabbis.

Now that a bronze sculpture of
Golda Meir graces a New York
City square, Americans will have
a constant reminder of the suc-
cessful Israeli leader of American
origin.
Recently arrived in New York
is a new Israeli politician who was
educated in the United States. Is-
rael's new man at the United Na-
tions is 35-year-old Binyamin
Netanyahu. He has proven his
diplomatic talents in Washing-
ton, and has become an expert on
the subject of terrorism, folloWing
the killing of his hero brother —
Yonatan — during the Entebbe
rescue mission.
The diplomat, known for his
style and polish, will also live in
style. The Netanyahus, who have
no children, stayed at the Regency
Hotel, reports the Jerusalem Post,
while awaiting redecoration of
the million-dollar Fifth Avenue
ambassador's residence where a
hired husband-and-wife team will
care for their needs.

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