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April 10, 1992 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-10

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UJA Plans
Fall Mission

Five hundred years after
Sephardic Jews were given a
safe haven by the people of
Turkey, Detroiters will have
the opportunity to visit that
nation on the United Jewish
Appeal President's Mission to
Turkey and Israel, Sept.
13-23.
Co-sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit and UJA, the mission
is open to contributors of
$10,000 or more to the 1993
Allied Jewish Campaign. An
informational meeting will be
held 5:30 p.m. April 29 at the
home of Shelley and Joel
Tauber, national chairman-
elect of UJA.
Shirley and Merle Harris,
Detroit chairmen of the mis-
sion, will share their ex-
periences from their trip to
Turkey last year.
The President's Mission
will provide an opportunity
for major givers to explore
Jewish roots in a country that
was once a center of Jewish
life at the crossroads of
Europe and Asia. The three-
day Turkey pre-mission will
include visits to historic
Jewish sites and oppor-
tunities to meet with leaders
of the Istanbul Jewish com-
munity. A scholar on Jewish
life in Turkey will accompany
the group.
President Chaim Herzog
will host the mission in
Israel. Participants will meet
with the prime minister.
While in Jerusalem, mis-
sion-goers will be briefed by
leaders of government on
issues related to the peace
process, the absorption of im-
migrants and Israel's
economic needs.
Participants will travel
throughout the Jewish state,
where they will observe reset-
tlement efforts on behalf of
Soviet and Ethiopian Jews
and meet with recently-ar-
rived immigrants. Celebra-
tions and cultural events will
be featured.
In addition to being led
locally by Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ris, the mission is being
organized by Dr. Owen Perl-
man, Midwest regional re-
cruitment chairman, and Mr.
Tauber.
For information about the
mission, call Allan Gelfond,
642-4260.

In 1844 Warder Cresson of
Philadelphia became the
first American consul in
Palestine and the region.
Enthralled by the life of the
Jewish community there, he
converted to Judaism and
changed his name to Israel
Boaz.

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