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November 25, 1988 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-25

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author of two booklets about
the Bible and three books,
Field said it is important that
Jewish children learn their
history for the sake of con-
tinuity of the Jewish people.
"How can we keep them
without telling them their
role in civilization?
"This is terribly important
to me. I spare no cost or time.
It's part of me. I feel young
people are entitled to it.
There's a terrible necessity
for it."

Updated Toys
From The BJE

New York — This year, in
time for Chanukah, the
Board of Jewish Education of
Greater New York (BJE) is
marketing a line of toys and
books for Jewish children to
compete with secular items.
Among them are: a fast-
paced video of favorite Israeli
songs which includes clips of
Yemenite dancers and other
scenes from Israel, with the
words in English and Hebrew
on the screen; a "Play-a-
Tune" book of Jewish songs,
wood puzzles depicting
biblical scenes, such as
Noah's Ark and the city of
Jerusalem; IBM- and Apple-
compatible software to teach
children of different ages the
Hebrew language, geography
and Hebrew grammar.
For a catalogue, contact the
Board of Jewish Education,
426 W. 58th St., New York,
N.Y. 10019; (212) 245-8200.

Sunday School
To Open Jan. 8

Congregation B'nai David's
combined kindergarten-first
grade Sunday school will of-
ficially open Jan. 8 at the
Maple Elementary School in
West Bloomfield.
Tuition for the Sunday
school will be $10 per week
for children of non-members
and $5 per week for members'
children. Scholarships will be
available, synagogue ad-
ministrator Richard Goldman
said.
Phyllis Stolov, a teacher at
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah, will
be the instructor. Ms. Stolov
holds a B.A. degree in educa-
tion and is working on a
master's degree in teaching.
She has taught since 1960
and has certification in
teaching grades kindergarten
through eighth grade. She

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English as a second language.









Students Fast
For Soviet Jews

New York — The Torah
High School Network
students and teachers will
fast and collect lunch money
on Dec. 1 to aid Soviet Jewry.
They also will conduct special
assemblies and services to
learn about the plight of
Soviet Jews.
Prior to the fast, students in
these schools across the U.S.
and Canada will learn the
laws and customs related to
fasting and Pidyon Shvuyim
(the redemption of captives).
Jeffrey Lichtman, executive
director of the network, said
that the program will include
petitions signed by the
students and faculties to be
presented in Washington to
President-elect George Bush.

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Jerusalem — While friction
continues between Israeli
forces and Arab residents in
the territories, a 21-year-old
adult educational project in-
volving both Jews and Arabs
has actually increased its
level of activity at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
The Hebrew-Arabic ulpan of
the university's Martin
Buber Institute for Adult
Education has begun its fall
semester with an enrollment
of more than 150 Arab
students who are studying
Hebrew and some 100 Jewish
students studying Arabic.

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Rehovot — Prof. Haim
Harari, a 48-year-old nuclear
physicist, was elected presi-
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Jerusalem — The number of
students enrolled this fall at
the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem's Rothberg School
for Overseas Students is
higher than the number
enrolled at this time last year,
school officials announced.

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