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October 08, 1971 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
18—Friday, October 8, 1971

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Humorist _' and 'vocalist" 'Emil
Cohen; will appear ,at; reception
it: the, home of Mr. - and- Mks. B.
Morris 1220 heard,: 8 p.m.
Thursday - on behalf - of ISrael
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Protest
tare. program has - origins in
The mayor of Flint, Francis Chicago, with a PhD in Oriental - AtnerictuVand Yiddish =cultures.

City-7s -Religious Freedom
Marks Sow let Jewry

Martin Jerome Natchez, son of-I
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Natchez of Graff
Ct., Grand Blanc, has been ap-
pointed musical director of WMSN.
the Michigan State University, Limmer, has proclaimed Sunday
"Religious Freedom Day" in his
radio network.
— Majoring in "radio city in honor of the demonstration
and television, Natchez will super- for
SovierJewry scheduled by the
vise the five campus radio stations, Jewish Community Council.
which comprise the largest -cam- - The demonstraticin, which will
pus radio—network min the 'United commence with a march from
States. He was formerly musical Willson Park at 9 a.m., will take
director of the Brody Complex place at City Hall. Participants
Radio Station at MU.
will gather in the City Commission
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chamber for the Simhat Torah pro-
gram,
at which Prof. Herbert
Mrs. Robert Hamady has named
-Mrs. Gordon Suber vice chairman Paper will be guest speaker.
of the honorary tribute birthday
Understanding' the importance
dinner for U.S. Senator Robert of this day, all Jewish activities
Griffin, to be held. NOV. 6 in the will cease; so that religious
Durant. Hotel ballroom.
school students, congregation

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and organization members and
others in the community may
participate in the demonstration.

The proclamation issued by
Mayor Limmer urged the United
Nations, to take -acti n- through
diplomatic means to asure the
right to freedcim of thought, con-
science, religion, worship and ob-
servance, without restrictions or
political _harassment.'_' -
The proclamation- also called for
"all necessary action to insure
prompt and safe emigration for all
Jews -in the Soviet Union and the
removal of _all obstacles that pre-
vent their. departure."' •

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Day

languages, Dr. Paper was a Ful-
bright Fellow in Iran 1951-52. He
also was a research fellow at He-
brew University. .
He- has been on the U. of M.
faculty since 1953 and for five
years served as chairman of the
department of linguistics.
Prof. Paper has published stu-
dies in Iranian linguistics, Judeo-
Persian language and literature
and ancient Near Eastern lan-
guages.

Community
Calendar

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10—Simhat Torah March for
Soviet Jewry, 9 a.m.,
Willson Park
11--Shemini Atzeret
12—Simhat Torah'
13—Council Commission on
Jewish Education Miet-
ing, 8 -p.m., home of Pr.
William Bernard
14—Israel Bonds Parlor Meet-
ing, 8 p.m., home of Mr.
and Mrs. B. Morris Pela-
vin
* * *
The Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
iary will hold its paid-up member-
ship dinner 6:30 p.m. Oct. 2 at
the Sveden House. Department of
Michigan officers will install new
members, with a dance presenta-

tion following. For reservations,
contact Mrs. Gordon Suber, mem-
bership vice president.

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gaged in silent prayer as an ex-
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deprivation suffered by Soviet
Jewry.
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Temple Beth El, Rabbi Gerald
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their proce.ssion to the front of the
temple for a silent prayer, and the
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As part of their sermons, each
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in Russia and urged attendance at
the community demonstration 9
a.m. Sunday at.Willson Park.

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