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October 22, 1971 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-22

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THE DETROIT -JEWISH :NEWS
Nazi Victims Lose Out
miCtPelasion-in Netfierlands
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After a

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1.11L, Detroit;
thanks VI a community effort that
xpinied ":many
week, The:Jewish News: Was-
„-,
* notified lzy.two Detreiteii that they
:Azad spoken with Alter Oelteretian-
sky -of the Soviet: Union; -who is
visiting a brother in New Haven,
Conn., while.. on a "orte7month trip
-to the U.S. . - - -
When Ocheretiansky arrived in
' the U.S. he" expressedihe wish to
see old friend who:led -inzaligrat-
ed here. The Neii - Haven Jewish
t Community Council asked the De-
; troit CommunitY""Counail for assist-
ince, and the hitteriurned to The
Jewish News.
On Oct. 1, It was reported in
The Jewish . News that Ochereti-
ansky was looking for a friend
whose name was Isadore Bart-
" zick, or a variation of that spell-
- ing. The latter had come to De-
troit in the- early 1920s with
two sisters, Rebecca and Fags,
from Torkov, Russia.
The item was noticed by rela-
tives of "Bartzick."
"Bartzick" (actually Bartick)
had since died, but his two sisters,
Mrs. Joseph (Fteva) Gersten and

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--Although Ocheretiansky must re-
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photographs of the friends whom
he hasn't seen in.half a century.

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Brevities

Schiller's romantic . drama
'WARY STUART," a very free
treatment of the conflict between
Mary of Scotland and . Queen Eliza-
beth 1, opens 8:30 p.m. today at
the Bonstelle Theater. It will play
8:30 p.m. this Saturday; Oct. 29-
30; Nov. 5-6; and 2:30 p.m. Nov. 7.

• *



"GRAND TOUR — DESTINA-
TION HOLY LAND, WHERE IT
ALL BEGAN," the latest in a
series by producer Andre de La
Varre Jr., will be shown at 1 and
8:15 p.m. Thursday at the Bir-
mingham Theater. Filmed in
Rome, the Vatican, Greece, Israel
and Egypt for the wide-screen,
this two-hour color feature em-
phasizes geographical and histori-
cal areas where Western civiliza-
tion had its roots. The film also
includes" contemporary scenes.
• • •
Shelter Gallery will feature
drawings and paintings by JOHN
HEGARTY, assistant professor of
drawing at Wayne State Uni-
versity, until Wednesday. Hours
are noon-5:30 Tuesday through
Sunday.

When People Is In Peril
By Golda Meir
Israeli Prime Minister
The other day in a press con-
ference in Washington, a lady cor-
respondent asked me, "Mrs. Meir,
how is the morale of the people in
Israel?"
And I said, "Perfect."
She said, "How is that possible?"
How can you have a high morale
in peril?"
And I said to her, "The only
time when the people really are
not concerned with morale is in

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• • •

REFLECTIONS IN SOUND
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: Series host Harold S.
Loss, assistant rabbi of Temple
Israel, seeks fundamental Jewish
themes in the lyrics of today's
popular music.
• • •
HIGHLIGHTS .
Time: 9:30, 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Features:: "Joy and Awe—Sim-
tols of Judaism." In the new
series on religious objects, Rabbi
Samuel Prero of Young Israel of
Greenfield will discuss the Torah
and its component parts. lie also
will demonstrate the art of the
scribe as he hand-letter the five
Books of Moses on the parchment
scroll used in synagogues through-
out the world.
• • •
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: "Campus Change."
Graduate students from the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
will discuss change on the col-
lege campus with Rabbi Neil Gill-
man, dean of students in the semi-
nary's rabbinical department.
• • •
IN CONTACT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WJR
Feature: Hal Youngblood hosts
the weekly program whose premise
is to place religion and man in
contact.
• • •
BNAI SHALOM
10 p.m. Sunday
Station: WBRB (102.7)
Feature: Phi Blazer's weekly
nationally syndicated program pro-
vides a contemporary outlet for
a potpourri of Jewish culture,
humor, music and literature.
• • •
JEWISH WORLD
Tibe: 7 p.m. Sunday
Station: WMZE-Fiel (98)
Feature: Jack Roberts presents
Israeli folk music, community
notes and news from Israel.

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Station. WKNR Sunday and
WENR-FM (100) Monday
Feature: "The Trapper Trapped"
—a story for the young. A sermon-
ette, "Only the Best," and a musi-
cal rendition by the Pirchei Choir,
"I Believe With Perfect- Faith,"
also will be presented.

AMSTERDAM (JTA)—The
- vefacigko
Ott'
special pensions to all former Nazi
victims. among them. about 10,000
Dutch Jews who - were deported
during the German -occupation of
the country. -
-The minister of social welfare
told Parliament, however, that
the, government would continue
to provide free medical care to
all those suffering from physi-
cal or psychological ailments
stemming from their wartime
experiences.
Still, Nazi victims will not be
accorded the same status as for-
mer resistance movement fighters,
who are automatically entitled to
life-time pensions.
Though several Jews have
pressed for government pensions,
Jewish communal organizations
have 5leclared themselves satisfied
with the government's decision.
Most Nazi victims are receiving
compensation from West Germany.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Finance
minister Pinhas. Sapir declared as
nded rumors that
absolutely unfoit
Money from the national defense
budget would be diverted from de-
_tense items to help solve social
problems.
In a broadcast interview over
the armed forces radio - -service;:
Sipir said that whatever money
was needed for :'Phantoms, Sky:.
hawks, armored half-
elctr
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for 'the "znilitaiyi lents "geezer
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.ffe 'did not say,.bowever, wheth-
er that section of the military*
budget paid for by Israeli pounds
would or would not be cut.
"Our problem is not dollars. Our
problem -is Israeli pounds and if
we print more pounds it - would
mean catastrophe, so that we-have
to_soake , do with the pounds we
have," Sapirt. said.

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