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May 06, 1988 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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Lebanon

Continued from Page 1
Israeli soldiers.
An army spokesman
reported the deaths of two
Palestinians involved in a
violent clash with Israeli
troops in the West Bank.
Another man, who joined a
group throwing stones at
Palestinians on their way to
Work in Israel also was shot
and wounded in Gaza, Israel
reported.
Hatem Abdel Kader of the
pro-PLO daily Al Fajr,

reportedly was arrested and
is being held in ad-
ministrative detention.
The State Department,
commenting on the Israeli ad-
vance into Lebanon, issued a
statement which expressed
its continued support for the
withdrawal of all foreign
forces in the country.
It voiced concern for "the
increasing level of violence"
and called for "restraint by
all parties."

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Women Cantors

Continued from Page 1
the Concord Hotel in
Kiamesha Lake, N.Y
Cantor A. Eliezer. Kir-
shblum of Toronto led the
forces aikposed to women's
membership. He called the
vote "a victory for common
sense, for Halachah and for
due process:'
He proposed that the
halachic legitimacy of women
cantors be referred to the law
committee of the Rabbinical
Assembly, the organization of
Conservative rabbis, for study
and an eventual recommen-
dation that would require "a
majority consensus rather
than the opinion of one man!'
In a statement of their own,
the four women cantors who
have been granted the title of
chazzan, joined by 12 women
currently enrolled in the Can-
tors Institute, said they were
disappointed by the vote.
"The outcome does not sur-
prise us," they said. "We
understand that change is
often difficult. But we are
dedicated to our calling . . .
We are devoted to the can-
torate, proud to serve the
Jewish community and op-
timistic about the future."
Cantor Abraham Lubin of
Chicago, who presented the
main argument in favor of the
admission of women
graduates, predicted that the
matter would be presented to
the body again at one or more
future conventions and that
"women will be accepted as
members with all of the honor
and respect due them."
The current debate pit
members of the movement's
traditional wing — who ac-
cept change only according to
a strict interpretation of
Halachah, or Jewish law —
and a larger mainstream fac-
tion the traditionalists con-
sider overly liberal.
Led by Jewish Theological
Seminary Chancellor Ismar
Schorsch, the Conservative
mainstream has argued for
change from the standpoint of
morality and ethics.
Women are not allowed to
serve as cantors in Orthodox

synagogues. The Reform
movement has accepted
women cantors since 1975.

Levy, Sharon
Back Shamir

Jerusalem (JTA) — Likud
will enter the Knesset elec-
tions next November united
behind Premier Yitzhak
Shamir, party sources in-
. dicated Tuesday.
A divisive battle for leader-
ship of Herut, the dominant
faction in the Likud bloc, ap-
pears to have been averted.
Deputy Premier and Housing
Minister David Levy an-
nounced Tuesday that there
will be "no confrontation?'
That means that Levy and
Ariel Sharon, the minister of
commerce and industry, will
support Shamir's re-election
as Herut leader and his can-
didacy for the office of prime
minister.

Wins Awards

New York (JTA) — The
Miami Jewish Tribune has
garnered seven awards for ex-
cellence in the Florida Press
Association'ss 1987 Better
Weekly Newspaper Contest.
The 16-month-old news-
paper won awards for general
excellence, overall graphic
design, front page makeup,
editorial page, use of color,
special supplement or section
and overall newspaper
promotion.

Torah Milestone

New York (JTA) — Fifteen
hundred children and
Agudath Israel leaders
gathered recently to celebrate
the completion of 5 million
"mishnayot" (verses of the
Jewish code of laws), studied
over the past 25 years by
youngsters throughout the
country participating in the
organization's mishnayot
learning contests.

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