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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-16

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Friday, May 16, 1975 31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

.JDC Program Trains Europe Youth as Center Professionals

NEW YORK — One of the JDC said that the program
Joint Distribution Commit- was initiated in 1971 by an
tee's outstanding successes association of European
in Western Europe has been center presidents which the
a training program for JDC helped develop, as an
young volunteer center offspring of the European
workers from the small, of- Council of Jewish Commu-
ten isolated, European Jew- nity Services. The training
ish corm-ft-unities. has taken the form of an an-
Samuel L. Haber, execu- nual series of regional semi-
tive vice chairman of the nars held during the fall and

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winter, winding up in the
spring with an inter-Euro-
pean seminar for the more
experienced volunteers.
Haber noted that the Eu-
ropean Association of Jew-
ish Centers continues to
sponsor the seminar pro-
gram and JDC gives it con-
sultative and administrative
help.

The seminars stress au-
dio-visual techniques,
group dynamics and crea-
tive programming, drawn
together by a timely Jew-
ish theme. Their purpose
is to give the young center
workers — "animateurs,"
as the French call them —
instruction in professional
techniques of organizing
center programs and
working with youth,
adults and children in a
Jewish context.

J

Last of the Just"), Jacques
Givet ("The Left Against
Israel"), Prof. Andre Chou-
raqui, an authority on Jeru-
salem and the -gible, and
Shlomo Carlebach, the folk-
singing rabbi.
During the 1974-75 sea-
son, regional seminars were
held in Geneva, Brussels,
Milan and Oslo, Haber said.
He noted that JDC and the
association also organized a
meeting for full-time pro-
fessional center directors in
Malmo, Sweden, in January
which was attended by 12
directors from five coun-
tries.

More than 600 Young
Jews from 10 different
countries have participated.
Much of - their drawing-
power is due to the caliber
of their teaching staff. The
faculties have included
Andre Schwartz-Bart ("The

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area of Germany.

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tween the Jewish people and
the Almighty.

Jews base their conviction
that the Jews of the exiled
countries will inevitably be
returned to Israel on the
Bible.

Jewish tradition re-
quires that one consume
his food at his table lei-
surely and not hurriedly.

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The Talmud (Berakot 25)
In the book of Deuteron-
omy (30:3) it is written that - claims that one who eats lei-
the Almighty "will return surely at his table will live
and gather thee from all longer. Some claim this is so
the peoples, where the Lord, because the table at which
thy . God bath dispersed one eats is like the altar of
thee." The prophet Isaiah the holy Temple: The altar
wrote (Isaiah 11:12): "And was a means of forgiveness
He will assemble the exiled and so is the family table at
which one eats. Forgiveness
of Israel."
brings longevity of life
Similar statements are which might otherwise have
found in other books of the been forfeited because of
Prophets (e.g., Ezekiel one's sins and shortcomings.
20:34). This promise is re-
Obviously, one who eats
garded as a basic part of the
covenant that exists be- deliberately at his table will
not rush into hasty deci-
sions and spend - a more
life which would
General Zionists pleasant
indeed produce longevity.

Meet in Africa

CAPE TOWN, S. Africa
(ZINS) — A branch of the
General Zionist Party was
formed in Cape Town re-
cently duririg a visit to that
city by Leon Dulzin, trea-
surer of the Jewish Agency,
who is president of the
_ World Union of General
Zionist.

Dulzin said that the Gen-
eral Zionists through their
Israel counterpart, the Lib-
eral Party, were a compo-
nent of the Likud, in which
are combined "the followers
of the three greatest Jews in
our - times — Ben-Gurion,
Weizmann and Jabotinsky."

Dulzin said that Israel
was moving away from So-
cialism. "It is not a socialist
country and we should stop
talking about it. If we were
a Socialist state, the Rus-
sian Jews would certainly
not come here, they are leav-
ing Russia to escape Social-
ism."

There are some who claim
that the tradition to eat lei-
surely and slowly prolongs
the mealtime and thus a
poor man has more time to
knock at the door and be
invited in for the meal. Oth-
erwise, he would have less
chance to receive attention
when knocking at the door
in his state of hunger.

Jewish tradition re-
quires that some words of
Torah learning be . ex-

pressed and discussed at
the table when one eats.

It is this practice which
supposedly makes the dif-
ference between eating as
an animal function and eat-
ing as a human enterprise.
Animals have little else in
mind when they consume
their food, Man, an intellec-
tual being, an image of the
Almighty, raises his physi-
cal activity to an intellectual
and spiritual level by adding
words of culture and inspi-
ration to his mealtime ex-
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the first time, a seminar
will be organized in Israel in
August for center workers
who have previously taken
part in the training pro-
gram.

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