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April 13, 1973 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-13

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Housing Questioned

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — In a
recent letter to the editor of
Haaretz, an Israeli poses the
following paradox: "When-
ever a United Jewish Appeal
delegation comes from Amer-
ica, it is told there is a criti-
cal shortage of housing. At
the same time our govern-
ment, anxious to promote an
anti-inflationary climate, says
there are too many vacant
apartments."

_Noted Scholars to Address Historical Society Sessions

American Jewry's most mayer, Dr. Daniel J. Silver,
prominent historians will par- Prof. Gershon Greenberg, Dr.
ticipate in sessions of the Samuel Proctor, Rabbi Da-
American Jewish Historical vid Hachen, Rabbi A. James
Society to be held at North- Rudin, Prof. Sefton D. Tem-
land Inn, May 18-20.
kin, and many others are on
Prof. Abraham J. Karp, the three-day agenda.
The 100th anniversary of
president of the society, Dr.
Jacob R. Marcus, Carol H. Reform Judaism and the
Long, Rabbi Malcolm H. 150th anniversary of the Jew-
Stern, Dr. Leon J. Ober- ish press in America are
- among the events to be
marked at the session.
An historical analysis of
Live Jewishly! Keep Kosher!
Michigan Jewry will be in-
cluded in the address by Ir-
Start with this Passover and
ving I. Katz of "Chapman
keep it up for the rest of the
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Detroit." Bernard Postal will
speak on the history of' the
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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Two
recent immigrants from So-
viet Georgia were found guil-
ty of manslaughter by a Naz-
areth District Court. Three
others were convicted of
assault in the death of Subhi
Nazir, 46, a Nazareth Arab
who was fatally beaten by a
group of Georgian Jews last
February.
Three others arrested in
the case were acquitted. All
had originally been charged
with murder.
The five convicted were
also cited for assaulting Re-
gina Polyakovskaya, 48, an-
other recent immigrant from
Georgia who was with Nazir
at the time. The woman, the
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Zedek, May 19, Rabbi Karp
will deliver the sermon.
Leonard N. Simons is gel-
eral chairman of the conven-
tion arrangements commit-
tee.
Detroiters who will parti-
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order your
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York on Jan. 26, 1972 in
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The emigres plan to send
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