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January 07, 1983 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, January 7, 1983
SMAR
CHARTER TO
LAS VEGAS
H.M.H. & F.

Jan. 18 Meeting to Explain
Yachad Mission to Israel

557-5145

Israel's Cultural Diversity
Focus of Forthcoming Tour

A special meeting for De-
troiters interested in par-
ticipating in the "Yachad"
mission to Israel of the
United Jewish Appeal will
be held 8 p.m. Jan. 18 at the
Colony Park Apartments

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HAROLD JACOBS

Harold
M.
Jacobs,
president of the National
Council of Young Israel, has
been appointed co-ordinator
for North and Latin
America by the World Con-
ference of Synagogues. The
appointment was made at
the recently concluded
World Zionist Congress in
Jerusalem, at .which the
Young Israel leader was a
delegate from the World
Conference of Synagogues.
Jacobs will oversee the
synagogue affairs and de-
velopments in the many
small Jewish communities
in Latin America.

The period between Tu
b'Shevat and Passover tra-
ditionally is designated as
the season for Jewish music.
Both holidays, on either end
of the eight-week period,
focus on the land of Israel.
Tu b'Shevat in its special
observances, draws atten-
tion to the produce of the
land; Passover, to the fact
that Israel is the final desti
nation of the Israelites'
sojourn following their
exodus from Egypt.
Both holidays have found
expression in Jewish song
— Tu b'Shevat, with its
folk-songs that reflect the
pioneer spirit of modern Is-
rael; Passover, with songs of
freedom, the lovely Seder
melodies in the Haggada,
and the many beautiful set-
tings of Shir Ha-Shirim,
The Song of Songs, the pas-
toral love poems that bind
ancient and modern Israel
as one.
It is a season that
causes us to reflect on Is-
rael not only in the na-
tional sense, but also in
the cultural sense.
We take note of the fact
that Israel has, despite its
relatively short history,
made astounding progress
in its cultural development.
It is truly incredible, that
a nation notwithstanding
its poor economy and con-:
tinuously threatened secu-
rity, has been _able to de-

New Firm Will
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velop institutions such as
the Rubin Academy- of
Music, the Diaspora
Museum, Yemin Moshe Ar-
tist Colony, Bezalel Insti-
tute of Art and the Israel
Music Resource Center of
Hebrew University, not to
mention such internation-
ally known and viable per-
forming organizations such
as the Israel Philharmonic,
the Israel Chamber Or-
chestra, Jerusalem Sym-
phony, the Inbal Dancers
and the Rinat Choir,
Members of the Detroit
community have the oppor-
tunity to see all of the above
and more, in a special tour
March 1-15, 1983, that will
be lead by Cantor and Mrs.
Chaim Najman in coopera-
tion with the Cultural
Commission of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.

The tour will provide
an opportunity to meet
outstanding per-
sonalities in the arts and
to attend major cultural
events of the theater, bal-
let and symphony.

He who rises late may trot
all day, and not overtake his
business at night.
—Franklin

In addition to the usual
sightseeing tours that are
standard for tourists during
the day, there will be con-
certs and performances in
the evenings for which tic-
kets have been included in
the total package.
Israel, more than ever,
needs our moral and finan-
cial support, including
tourism.

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Six of the first winners of
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the new Jerusalem Fellow- Americans. Two are British
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which the students will re- tave Perednik of Argentina.

JDL Threatens Nazi Meeting

HAIFA — A new high
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Technion Research and De-
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and a team of Technion sci-
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The company, Haifa
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the development of vaccines
against animal and human
viral diseases. This involves
the application of knowl-
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through the years by the
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The Haifa scientists em-
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CONGRATULATIONS

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On Your New Partnership.

Love,

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reation Building.
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