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January 08, 1988 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-08

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Communal Service
Applicants Sought

Baltimore — Applications
are now being accepted for
the September 1988 term of
the Baltimore Institute for
Jewish Communal Service.
The institute administrates
three double master's degree
programs combining the
resources of the Baltimore
Hebrew University and either
the University of Maryland
School of Social Work & Com-
munity Planning, or Towson
State University.
Students accepted into the
institute choose among the
fields of Jewish communal
service (social work), Jewish
education, or Jewish jour-
nalism. As part of the
academic program, students
intern in Jewish organiza-
tions and institutions in the
Baltimore and Washington
Jewish communities.
Institute students also par-
ticipate in the Morris Lieber-
man Overseas Seminar ex-
ploring Jewish life in western
and eastern Europe and
Israel.
Since 1971, the Institute
has helped to train profes-
sional leaders for work in
Jewish communal organiza-

tions, includng federations,
family agencies, Hillels, com-
munity centers, community
relations councils, and na-
tional and overseas
organizations.
Financial aid is available
through the Council of Jewish
Federations, the Jewish
Welfare Board, B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization, and
through the institute itself.
For information, contact
Lauri Siegel, director, at (301)
727-4828, Ext. 285, or write
to Baltimore Institute for
Jewish Communal Service,
101 W. Mt. Royal Avenue,
Baltimore, Md. 21201.

Temple Women
Have Auction

The sisterhood to Temple
Beth El will have an art expo
and auction on Jan. 16 at the
temple. The preview will
begin at 7:30 p.m. and the
auction will begin at 8:30
p.m.
There is a charge. Coffee
and cake, wine and cheese
will be served.

Soviets Allow Mutual
Visits With Israel

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1988

(JTA) — Soviet emigration
officials are allowing Soviet
Jews to apply for tourist visas
to visit Israel and have eased
restrictions on Israelis
wishing to visit relatives in
Moscow, the Israeli daily
Maariv reported last week.
Maariv quoted reports from
Moscow saying that an an-
nouncement was posted on
the doors of the OVIR emigra-
tion agency there announcing
that "those wishing to visit
Israel may now apply to do
so.''
Israelis wishing to visit
relatives in Moscow, mean-
while, may now apply to
Moscow via the diplomatic
missions of Eastern European
countries, who pass on the en-
try tourist visas.
Previously, such requests
for visas to visit the Soviet
Union had to be made
through Rakah, the Israeli
Communist party.
The new procedures have
been confirmed by the Israeli
Public Council for Soviet
Jewry, which also says that
the number of mutual visits
has increased recently.
Maariv quoted a Soviet resi-

dent now visiting his family
in Israel as saying that when
he applied to OVIR for a
tourist visa he was told, "No
problem. Make an applica-
tion."
He was granted permission
for the visa after a three-
month wait and a payment of
200 rubles, he said. The visa
itself arrived two weeks later
through the Dutch Embassy
in Moscow, which looks after
Israel's diplomatic interests
in the Soviet Union.

Letter Bombs
Injure Israelis

Tel Aviv (JTA) — For the
first time in 15 years, Israel
has been hit by a wave of let-
ter bombs. Two residents of
Or Yehuda, near Tel Aviv,
were injured by one such
device last week.
It was one of 10 letter
bombs, all posted from Istan-
bul, that arrived in Israel.
The other nine were detected
by postal employees before
delivery to the addressees and
safely defused.
According to Shlomo Ahar-

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