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December 31, 1993 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-31

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December 31 1993

Ron Coden and Josh White Jr.: Entertaining many generations.

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ming," said Margo Weitzer,
adult services program director
for the JCCenter. "When we ask
all three generations to cele-
brate together, they respond.

The JCCenter is
looking to
respond to
intergenerational
needs.

They are looking for ways to
have cultural experiences to-
gether and join with other
Jews."

Although the concert will not
be Jewishly focused, Mr. Coden
promised a few traditional num-
bers.
"It will be a lot like a camp-
fire," Mr. Coden said. "This is
music that's good for single and
double digit-ages alike."
Mr. Coden said children are
quick to pick up on words and
melody, while parents and
grandparents enjoy the nostal-
gia.
"There's a huge age difference
attending, but the music, the
family ties bridge the gap. Look
at some of the most successful
concerts and movies today.
They're family oriented, reach-
ing out to an entire audience,"
Mr. Coden said.



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Jerusalem (JTA) — A fund-
raising drive for Israeli set-
tlers in the administered
territories has sparked a
clash among leaders of the
Jewish Agency and the
World Zionist Organization.
At the center of the con-
troversy is Jacques Kupfer,
a member of the WZO's ex-
ecutive committee and
chairman of the French
Zionist group affiliated with
Israel's Likud opposition
party.
According to a Jewish
Agency spokesman, Mr.
Kupfer distributed more
than 30,000 leaflets on
behalf of the French cam-
paign for the settlers, who
are opposed to Israel's accord
with the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization.
The Jewish Agency is the
chief recipient of funds rais-

ed for Israel by the United
Jewish Appeal and its global
counterpart, Keren
Hayesod. Half of the Jewish
Agency leadership consists
of leaders and represent-
atives of the WZO.
At a heated meeting of the
WZO's executive committee,
Mr. Kupfer was charged
with undermining the
organization by calling for
contributions to an alter-
native campaign that would
drain money from the UJA
and Keren Hayesod.
Making the charge were
two members of the ex-
ecutive committee from the
Labor Party, Uri Gordon and
Yehiel Leket.
They said it was impossi-
ble for Mr. Kupfer to con-
tinue to represent a Zionist
institution while going
against it, the Jewish Agen-

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