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January 25, 1974 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-25

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Christian Editors Invited to Israel

NEW YORK — The com-
mission for inter religious
affairs of the American Zion-
ist Federation announces a
new study mission to Israel
for the Christian clergy
media Feb. 28-March 10. All
Christian clergymen who are

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UJA Expands People-to-People Israel Missions

engaged in editing church
publications or in church-re-
lated radio or TV programs
are invited.
This study mission, and a
similar one for parish priests
and Protestant ministers
working as pastors, will be
conducted in cooperation
with the Israel Seminars
FOundation and the Israel
Interfaith Committee. Some
scholarships are available.
Arty-six Jewish educators
L. Am the United States and
Canada participated in a two-
week educational workship
and seminar early this
month.
They were granted leave
by their respective schools
and bureaus of Jewish edu-
cation so that they might
meet with their Israeli coun-
terparts. Survey educational
methods and study the ef-
fect of the Yom Kippur War
upon Israeli- school children.

NEW YORK—In increasing
numbers, concerned Ameri-
can Jews are joining UJA
missions to Israel, evidencing
a dramatic solidarity with
her people, Paul Zuckerman,
United Jewish Appeal Gen-
eral Chairman announced.
"Now, more than ever be-
fore, American Jewry wants
to be with the people of
Israel," Zuckerman said.
"They go to stand at their
brothers' side . .. to talk to
them . . to listen to their
leaders . . • to share the
life-renewing first hours of
incoming immigrants."
UJA has placed increased
emphasis on its People-to
People Missions to Israel,
which are carried out with
the cooperation of Jewish
Federation and W e l f a r e
Funds. Missions are present-
ly projected to run not
only during the spring but
throughout the entire year,
Too clever is dumb.—Og- each and every week, ac-
cording to Zuckerman.
den Nash.

The special, weekly mis-
sions—instituted shortly after
the Yom Kippur War — are
designed to provide Jewish
communal leaders with first-
hand information for the
planning and execution of
1974 nationwide campaign
efforts on behalf of the Israel
Emergency Fund of the UJA.
"These weekly missions
are planned to give the
largest number of people
possible a direct, personal
experience in Israel," Louis
F. Goldman, a UJA national
chairman from Dayton, 0.,
chairman of UJA's mission
committee, said. "Our pres-
ence there is a highly visible
sign of our support in this
most critical hour for Israel's
people."
"In November-December,
more than 900 people partici-
pated in UJA missions to
Israel, and many hundreds
more are expected to partici-
pate in January and again
in February," Goldman re-
ported.

Beth Achim Tour
of Israel Reslated

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The Beth Achim Tour of
Israel conducted by Rabbi
and Mrs. Milton Arm, which
was to have taken place last
October, has been resched-
uled for April 28-May 13.
The same deluxe hotel ac-
commodations and itinerary
sequence will be retained.
All arrangements are being
handled through Elkin Travel
Bureau, in cooperation with

Michigan and Ohio
Residents Set Tour

Those interested in joining
a 17-day March 3 Purim Is-
rael tour are invited to an
orientation meeting with tour
hosts Dr. Sidney Selig and
Cantor Robert Shapiro 8 p.m.
Feb. 3 at Cong. Beth Shalom.
Tour participants will be
'from Ohio and Michigan.
The meeting will feature
Israel films and travel in-
formation. F o r brochures,
call Dr. Selig, 557 5042.

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Canadian Historical
Society Gets Prize

WINNIPEG (JTA) — The
William J. Shroder Award for
1973 was formally presented
to the Jewish Historical So-
ciety of Western Canada at
the fifth annual joint meeting
with the Manitoba Historical
Society. The presentation was
made by the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds and was only the sec-
ond time, since the award
was established in 1953, that
a first place Shroder plaque
had been presented to a Can-
adian city. The award was
made "for the establishment
of a Jewish Museum of West-
ern Canada and development
of creative Jewish heritage
and archival programs."

Jewish Music Festival Planned

NEW YORK — The Jewish
Music Council of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Boara
(JWB) announces that the
30th annual nationwide cele-
bration of Jewish Music Fes-
tival will be held March 8-
April 6 (Purim to Passover)•
Its theme is "Our Yiddish
Musical Heritage."
Music programs reflecting
the world of Yiddish culture
are being planned by hun-
dreds of Jewish centers,
synagogues, schools, frater-
nal organizations, universi-
ties, colleges, Jewish educa-
tional choral groups, and
radio and TV stations
throughout the U. S. and
Canada.

Presentations will include
a variety of vocal and instru-
mental music, and multi-arts
programs combining musical
performances with dance,
drama or appropriate art
exhibits.
Community organizations
preparing to celebrate this
30th anniversary of Jewish
Music Festival can receive
programing aids and ideas
from SWB's Jewish Music
Council, 15 E. 26th St., New
York, N. Y. 10010.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 25, 1974-15

It's Nice

Hebrew Teachers
to Study in Jerusalem

To Deal With

NEW YORK — A total of
23 future Hebrew teachers
attending Yeshiva Univer-
sity's Teachers Institute for
Women will leave Feb. 4 for
a program of study at Gold
College in Jerusalem, the
largest contingent since the
project began 20 years ago.
While most of the partici-
pants will be in Israel for a
semester, some will take ad-
vantage of the newly set-up
year-long program. Class-
room activities will be sup-
plemented by sightseeing
tours of the country.

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