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November 18, 1983 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-18

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Friday, November 18, 1983 - 47

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

v . ` Or
matchmaker, was consid-
ered an asset in Jewish
communities because he
was allowed to move from
one ghetto to another and
bring together people from
various communities.
—Alfred Kolatch

Conservati v e Movement Offers `Two Israel TfaVel'Prokrains

by the casual tourist. Titled the Prime Minister of Is-
"Another Jerusalem," the rael, which houses a re-
free tour includes a stop at search center and library.
the Jerusalem center for the Other highlights of the tour
Jewish Theological Semi- include visits to Canada
nary of America where stu- House, an immigrant ab-
dents from many lands re- sorption center, and the
ceive a portion of their edu- Center for Conservative
cation en route to becoming Judaism in downtown
Jerusalem.
rabbis.
"The Israel Institute," a
Another step on the tour,
which is conducted in air new synagogue travel
conditioned mini buses and program in Israel, has re-
is led- by a licensed tourist cently been announced
guide, is the Schocken Insti- by the foundation in
tute, opposite the home of cooperation with the-
Ramah programs in Is-
rael. Designed to intro-
SPECIAL
RESERVE NOW
NEW YEAR'S EVE
duce synagogue mem-
FOR
PERFORMANCE
bers to an Israel that few

••••
tourists ever experience,
"'" DINER THEIITRE
••'•••••
the two-week tours will
••
detroies Original dinner theatre
emphasize what it is like
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to live in that country and
VITZICI6 Jimmy Launce PROductions, Inc.
presents
will expose tour members
A Mystery Comedy by
to the challenges facing
Jack Weinstock & Willie Gilbert
Israeli society.
"CATCH ME IF YOU CAN"
Performances: Wed. Mat. noon -
Dr. David Gordis, execu-
Group Rates & Performances Available
tive director of the founda-
Fri & Sat. Cocktails 7pm &
Show 8:45prn
Dinner 7:30pm
tion, said that congrega-
Somerset Mall-Troy
Reservations: 643-8865
JIMMY LAUNCE
tions which form tour
groups will be offered their
choice of three tour themes.
One is "Building
Jerusalem" and will con-
centrate on visits to, discus-
COUNTRY CORNER MALL
sion with and study along
30770 SOUTHFIELD ROAD
side those who are playing
lust South of 13 Mile 647-7037
active roles in the rebuild-
ing of Israel's capital city.
The second theme, "War
and Peace" will take its par-

LOS ANGELES — Two
major travel programs
volving Israel have been in-
augurated by the Founda-
tion for Conservative
(Mesorati) Judaism in Is-
rael, one for those tourists
already in the country and
the other for people who are
looking for a novel way to
visit it.
Visitors to Israel's capital
city Jerusalem, are being of-
fered an opportunity for a
half day tour of sites in the
city which are seldom seen

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ticipants to areas of the
country which have figured
prominently in her struggle
for survival against hostile
neighbors and will intro-
duce them to Israelis who
led her armed forces as well
as to political leaders who
made the life and death de-
cisions that enabled Israel
to survive. The third theme
is "The Jewishness of Is-
rael," blending religion,
history and culture in the
modern Jewish state.
For information about
"Another Jerusalem" write
the Foundation for Conser-
vative Judaism in Israel,
15600 Mulholland Dr., Los
Angeles, Calif. 90077. To

organize synagogue tours
under the aegis of "The Is-
rael Institue" contact Rabbi
James Lebeau, 153 Sanders
Avenue, Lowell, Mass.
01851.

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