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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-21

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Christian Minister to Speak at Campaign Leadership Event

Dr. William Richard
Watters, Jr., a Christian
•minister and scholar who
lives and works in Israel,
• will speak at the annual
Campaign Leadership
Institute of the Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund 9:45
a.m. Sunday at the Un-
ited Hebrew Schools main
building.
Institute chairmen

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he carried out a research
project on Jewish-
Christian relations.
Following that year of
study and teaching, fi-
nanced in part by a grant
from the Israel govern-
ment, Dr. Watters and his
family decided to remain
in Israel. He has since
served as an adviser to the
ministries of Foreign Af-
fairs and Religious Af-
fairs, particularly in the
area- of Jewish-Christian
relations.
Dr. Watters has worked
as a journalist, lectured
widely and published
more than 50 books, arti-
cles and reviews. One of
his articles, "The Loneli-
ness of Being Jewish:

Christianity and an Un-
derstanding of Israel,"
has been published in
many magazines and
journals.
This month, a program
he has devised for Christ-
ian high school students
will be launched in Israel.
He also is adviser to and
writer for special tour
program for Christians,
has frequently taught
courses in Jewish history
and literature and was•
visiting lecturer at Yad
Vashem.
Several years ago, Dr.
Watters conducted spe-
cial research on the re-
maining pockets of Euro-
pean Jewry in Germany,
Poland and Hungary.

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Marvin H. Goldman and
David , S. Mondry
explained that the insti-
tute will provide an op.=
portunity for 1977 Cam-
paign officers and key
workers to assess the
needs locally and abroad.
Dr. Watters will bring his
view of the situation in
Israel.
In 1968, Dr. Watters,
then at the top of his class
at the Lutheran Theolog-
ical Seminary, decided to
change careers and pur-
sue a PhD degree in Heb-
rew Bible and Semitic
studies. Upon graduation
from the University of
Iowa, he and his family
were off to Israel, where

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Junior Division Women Hear
Volunteers to Jewish 'Agencies

Three women who have dinator, Julie Hertz. As-
devoted many hours to sociate chairmen are Vera_
volunteer work in the Gell, Barbara Hillman,
Jewish community will Rosanne Kukes, Nancy
relate their .experiences Maddin, Suzanne Rubin,
and concerns at a 'brunch Louise Spector, Cherie
sponsored by_the Junior Sternberg and Linda
Division, board member Stillwater.
of Fresh Air Society and
For information, call
Allied Jewish Campaign- Lilian Bernstein, division
Iirael Emergency Fund, director, 965-3939.
12:30 p.m. Jan. 30 in the
Aaron ,DeRoy Studio
Theater of the Jewish Seminary Acquires
Community Center.
The speakers will be: Cantorial Library
Julie Hertz, a member of
NEW YORK — A musi
the board and executive cal collection ranging
committee of the junior from the private reper-
Division; board member toires of 19th Century
of Fresh Air Society; and cantors to secular Zionist
liaison to the Jewish songsters and rare pro-
Home for Aged; Connie fessional journals has
Klinsky, a volunteer -been acquired by the lib-
English-language in- rary of The Jewish
structor to Russian Jews Theological Seminary of
at the Jewish Center America.
since the program's in-
More than 2,000 man-
ception two years ago; uscripts, books and music
and Edie Mittenthal, re- sheets are in the collec-
cipient of the Sylvia tion assembled during
Simon Greenberg Award the last half century by
for. Young Leadership, Max Wohlberg, cantor
member of the Jewish and associate professor of
Welfare Federation Wo- • hazanut in the Cantors
men's Division Board of Institute-Seminary Col-
Governors and leader of lege of Jewish Music. -
the ."This Year in
Paul Grossinger, of the
Jerusalem"
United Grossinger hotel family,
Jewish Appeal mission in purchased the collection
October.
for the library. He has
The prelCampaign sec- asked that it be housed in
tion, which is_hosting the a separate enclave dedi-,
brunch, is headed by Joan catOd to his mother, the
Satovsky. Vice chairmen late Jenny Grossinger,
are Linda Schmier and when a new library build-
Ellen Whitefield; adviser, ing is erected next to the
Ellen Schmier; and coor= Seminary.

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Tourist Office and El Al
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The year 1976 saw the
highest ever amount of
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including 230,000 Ameri-
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