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July 27, 1984 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-27

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Friday, July 27, 1984 9


More USYers-
go to Israel
this summer

New York — United
Synagogue Youth is send-
ing a record 620 high school
students to Israel on. its
summer pilgrimage pro-
gram this year, represent-
ing a dramatic increase in
youths participating in the
"I attribute our tremen-
dous rate of growth to three .
factors," said Rabbi Paul
Freedman, USY director.
"Returning pilgrims praise
the program 'to their
friends; we place an intense
emphasis on health and
safety; and we offer superior.
activities to our
The 620 participants will
participate in educational
activities incuding work on
a moshav '(cooperative set-
tlement)', field school with
their Israeli counterparts, a
tzedakah (philanthropy)
program, a five-day camp-
ing trip in the Galilee, and a
three-day seminar at a
Holocaust documentation

Zionist House
in Jerusalem

Jerusalem — Jerusalem's
Zionist Confederation
House will offer Israelis and
tourists a new non-
sectarian center for lec-
tures, seminars, ex-
hibitions, concerts, study .
and discussion groups,
The House is a project of
, the World Confederation of
United Zionists.
The Zionist Confedera-
tion House is planned as an
:apolitical cultural center for
the residential and visiting
populations of Israel's capi-
tal. The House is the most
recent 'of an extensive net-
work of projects initiated
and funded by the World
Confederation of Zionists to
strengthen links between
Diaspora Jews and Israel,
and emphasize the cen-
trality of Israel in Jewish

Make no mistake about it, when par-
ents get their kids ready for school, the
place they'll turn is the JEWISH NEWS'
new Special Back to School section.
You don't have to be - a genius to know
that the latest fashions, school supplies and
computer information will all be included in
these popular supplements to appear in the
August 17 and 24 itsues.
carp advertisers know that our Back to School
So contact your
• , mean back to business.

sales representative or call 424-8833 for more 'information.

FREP grants
go. to seven

New York (JTA) — The
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions has named seven out-
standing undergraduate
and graduate 'students to
take part in the Federation
Recruitment and Education
' Program (FREP), begin-
ning this fall.
They are Lori Braunstein
of Livingston, N.J.; Felisa
Hahn, Of Belmont, Mass.;.
Michele Jaffe of Hollywood,
Fla.;' Beth Kesselman of
Washington; Michael. Res-
sler of Rochester, N,Y.; Ben.:
jamin SChafier of Madison,
and New York; and Elyse
Tannenbaum of Maitland;


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