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November 30, 1984 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-30

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NEWS

`Jewish week' at Utah college

Cedar City, Utah (JTA) —
Thousands of Mormon school
children, many of whom traveled
with their parents and teachers
hundreds of miles across deserts,
came to Southern Utah State Col-
lege (SUSC), to take part in an
unprecedented "Jewish Week"
observance, earlier this month.
Arranged by Lana Johnson,
wife of a Cedar City cattle mer-
chant, Pauline Nelson, faculty
member, and with the close coop-
eration of the Law Vegas Jewish
Federation and the Los Angeles
Director of the American Jewish
Committee, Dr. Neil Sandberg,
the predominantly-Mormon col-
lege introduced waves of children
and youth to key aspects ofJewish
history, religion, culture and con-
temporary Jewish life.
The college, whose student
population numbers about 2,500
from 32 states and 12 foreign na-
tions, became literally a
panorama of 4,000 years ofJewish
history. The main Jewish exhibi-
tion hall featured exhibits of a
Sabbath table, a Passover Seder, a
succah, Chanukah menorot,
Purim Megillahs, Torah scrolls,
tefilin, taleisim, Jewish prayer
books and High Holiday
machzorim.
Well-informed Jewish students
from Hillel chapters at nearby

Nevada colleges gave around-
the-clock explanations to chil-
dren, their parents and teachers
of Jewish customs and their
meanings.
Mormon college students joined
the Hillel volunteers in vigorous
Israeli kibbutz dances and songs
after classes. A Jewish "food fair"
featured traditional Jewish foods,
as well as humus and techina. An
entire room was devoted to the
Holocaust.
Special attention was paid to
the history of the Utah Jewish
community dating back to 1854
through films, photos, and books.
Special Jewish musical concerts
were also performed, and Jewish
art was prominently displayed.

Cheese giveaway

New York (JTA) — Four
truckloads of kosher cheese total-
ing 150,000 pounds has been dis-
tributed throughout the Met-
ropolitan New York area to some
30,000 needy Jewish families.
The recent effort was the third in
a series of distributions sponsored
by the New York Coordinating
Council on Jewish Poverty.



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