THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 27, 1985
bruce m. weiss
Twelve Mile Rd.I
outheast corner Northwestern
Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops
1 at Maple & Orchard Lk. Rd.
umbrella group and has a staff
which provides services across
the country. It also has its own
regional organizations and is
involved in everything from
/ kashruth to issuing responses to
"Another reason why many
Jewish communities in Canada
may have more cohesion or
organization than equivalent
communities in the U.S. is be-
cause Jewish emigration to
Canada is more recent. You
could say that in many ways
we're a generation different —
not behind — the U.S.
"In terms of recent immigra-
tion, we have a lot of fran-
cophone (French speaking) Jews
from North Africa, Russian
Jews, and certainly, an influx
after the war of people who sur-
vived the Holocaust. Generally,
the mass of Jewish emigration
to Canada occured somewhat
later than it did in the U.S."
Gray is particularly pleased
that he was one of the few Lib-
erals, and especially members of
the federal Liberal cabinet, to
hold onto their seats after last
year's Progressive Conservative
landslide. However, he sees the
current political situation as
reminiscent of that in 1958
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UNIVERSITY OF JUDAISM1)1
1IZ I \II N I Of ( ON I INI IN(, I DI ( FION
SEMINARS IN JEWISH STUDIES
AND 1986 PASSOVER INSTITUTE •
IN CAI II ORM
WEEK-LONG LIVE-IN EXPERIENCES OF JEWISH STUDY, CULTURAL
ENRICHMENT, AND PERSONAL RENEWAL, IN THE UNIVERSITY'S
NEW RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX.
UNIVERSITY SEMINAR PROGRAM . . . Established in 1947 as
first major institution of Jewish learning in west, University of
Judaism located in midst of sweeping Santa Monica mountains in
beautiful Bel Air section of Los Angeles. Handsome campus easily
accessible, within convenient driving distance to beacheS, moun-
tains, and deserts of Southern California—and to its incredibly
rich cultural social and other resources.
Seminar participants housed in just completed Residential
COURSES OF STUDY. . . Seminars provide substantive,
stimulating courses ranging from "Basic Judaism" to "Great Cities
and Personalities in Jewish History;" "Prophets of Israel" to
"Great Jewish Court Cases;" "Romance of Archaeology" to
"Reasons for Anti-Semitism" and "Jewish Writers in America."
FACULTY. . . Master teachers from outstanding scholars at
University. Professors truly interested in, stimulated by, under-
standing of the adult learner. . .Challenging discussions in and
out of class. . .Quiet time in magnificent library.
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITY. . . Folk dancing; exer-
cise classes; time in art, sculpture, music studios; special tours
to L.A. sites; recreational activities; time for rest and relaxation.
Opportunities for socializing and friendly interchange.
Center, in comfortable rooms each with private bath, provided
with excellent meals in new campus Dining Hall. Informal,
humane, elevating atmosphere where individual is important,
making friends is easy, and learning and culture constitute a truly
liberating experience. This all in magnificent scenic atmosphere.
Also ideal for those who want to enjoy sunshine, warmth,
comfort of Southern California during cold eastern winter.
CULTURAL ARTS PROGRAM . . . Engrossing programs in
music, film, dance and theatre. L.A. Jewish community's rich cul-
tural resources showcased, e.g. its choral groups, dance ensem-
bles; singers, comics, stage and screen actors; Jewish writers,
directors and producers.
SEMINAR DATES . . . Each one-week prograni unit begins
Monday. afternoon and ends Sunday morning. The nine (9)
• Feb. 24-March 2
• December 16-22 • Jan. 27-Feb.2
• March 10-16
• February 3-9
• January 6-12
• March 17-23
• February 17-23
• January 13-19
THE COST. . $350 per person per week, double-occupancy.
Includes six nights lodging, 17 meals, the facilities and program.
DEPARTMENT OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
15600 Mulholland Drive,
OR 879-4114 ATTENTION: DR. JACK SHECHTER, Dean
(213) 476 9777
UNIVERSITY OF JUDAISM,
THE PASSOVER INSTITUTE
April 23-May 2, 1986
With opening of University's new
Residence Halls and Dining Center,
diverse opportunities for creative and
enriching Jewish experience are present.
Hence, this first annual "Passover
—Nine (9) days together with interesting
people from all over the nation
—THE TWO SEDARIM led by outstand-
ing UJ Rabbi-scholar, music person
For brochure and further information about seminars and Passover Institute, write or call:
Passover, related themes with UJ faculty
—SPECIAL TOURS of Jewish and
general Los Angeles.
—CULTURAL ARTS PROGRAMS in
music, dance, drama, film
CUISINE . . .of high taste and quality
—SOCIAL AND RECREATIONAL AC-
TIVITY. . . interesting and varied
RELIGIOUS SERVICES . . . partici-
pational and fast-paced.
—TIME FOR REST AND
RELAXATION ... throughout
—THE COST. . . $890.00 per person,
double occupancy for entire Institute.
Accepting 90 residents for this program.
Write or call now.