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April 14, 1989 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-14

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CAJE Conference Slated
Aug. 13-17 in Seattle

New York — More than
1,500 Jewish educators will
head toward the Pacific Nor-
thwest this summer for the
14th annual conference of the
Coalition for the Advance-
ment of Jewish Education
(CAJE), to be held Aug. 13-17
on the campus of the Univer-
sity of Washington in Seattle.
The meeting will be co-
sponsored by the Seattle
Jewish Educational Council,
and assisted by a grant from
the Jewish Federation of
Greater Seattle.
In addition to the tradi-
tional CAJE conference pro-
gram of almost 500 sessions
on Jewish history and heri-
tage, literature and learning,
teaching techniques and ad-
ministrative strategies, this
year's conference will feature
two special interests of its
host community — ecology
and Sephardim.
The University of Washing-
ton Institute for Environmen-
tal Studies is helping to plan
a series of courses and pro-
jects to point out the relation-
ship between modern ecologi-
cal theory and Jewish teach-
ings and practice.
The conference will offer
sessions, symposia, and enter-
tainment reflecting sephardic
culture, customs and
traditions.
The meeting's main focus
will be tzedakah. Each person
is being asked to bring a
blanket or an item of baby
clothing that will be passed
along to the more than 2,000

homeless children in Seattle.
For information about
CAJE membership and the
CAJE conference, write
CAJE, 468 Park Ave. S., Room
904, New York, N.Y. 10016.

Chop Hamoed
Session Due

Congregation Beth Abra-
ham Hillel Moses will offer a
full day program of supervis-
ed activities for Hillel Day
School children while school
is not in session during
Passover.
The synagogue has devel-
oped a "pilot" program specif-
ically _ geared to dual work-
ing/single-parent households.
It will be in session Tuesday,
Wednesday, April 24 and 25
(the non-Yom Tovim days
when school is out) from 8
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (with extend-
ed hours if the need exists) for
students in kindergarten
through fifth grade. Arrange-
ments for those in grades six-
eight may also be made.
The program will include
various activities throughout
the day — arts and crafts,
music, creative dance, films,
reading and more. A morning
and afternoon snack, plus
dairy lunch, will be provided.
There is a fee. Attendance . is
by advance registration only
today.
To register, call Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses,
851-6880; or Risha Rothber-
ger, 489-5426 (after 4 p.m.).

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Geneva (JTA) — Israeli of-
ficials from the political
mainstream were to take part
this week in a seminar that
was to include the participa-
tion of well-known Palesti-
nian activists, as well as pro-
minent American and Soviet
officials.
The seminar, "Economic
Development in the Middle
East in the Year 2000," is
sponsored by the Getty In-
stitute of the United States
and Lord Weidenfeld of Great
Britain.
Among the Israelis listed as
participating in the program
are Meir Sheetrit, treasurer
of the World Zionist
Organization; Knesset
members . Zalman Shuval of
Likud and Abba Eban of
Labor; Brig. Gen. Ephraim
Sneh, former head of the civil

administration in the West
Bank and Gaza Strip; and two
former high-level Foreign
Ministry officials, David Kim-
che and Nimrod Novik.
The Palestinians invited in-
clude: Faisal al-Husseini,
head of the Arab Studies
Center in Jerusalem, recent-
ly released from ad-
ministrative detention in
Israel; Professor Sari
Nusseibeh of Bir Zeit Univer-
sity, long considered a Palesti-
nian moderate; and Hanna
Siniora, editor of the East
Jerusalem Arabic daily
A l-Fajr.
Participating Americans in-
clude former U.S. Assistant
Secretary of State Richard
Murphy, former Middle East
envoy Philip Habib and pro-
fessor Arthur Hertzberg of
Dartmouth University.

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