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October 05, 1973 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-05

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Miss Nancy Nagel Soprano Produces Jewish Music Deby Berlin to Tr ed
David Ostrovitz
Emigre to Describe His Experience Now Mrs. Bod.-:in Record as Hadassah Fund Raiser
Soprano Marilyn Krimm raise fund s, and Mrs.
as a Jew Desiring to Leave USSR
has published a new record, Krimm, a member of Hadas-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28—Friday, October 5, 1973

term.
She said that her hus-
band's boots were stolen by
the camp foreman, and
Markman, who has trouble
with his legs, was forced
into a fight with the over-
seer. He is permitted to
write only twice a month,
but Mrs. Markman said he
appreciates getting letters
(in English), which he can
receive in unlimited amounts.
His address is: USSR
Krasnoyarski Krai
Emelianovsky Raion
Posiolok Elita
P. 0. Box 288/7
"Y" Markman
Vladimir Ilitchu
* * *
Beth Shalom now is in
touch with two other families
— that of Vladmir Raginsky,
mathematician and physicist,
and Benjamin Levich, a
member of the Soviet
Academy of Science. Money
and packages have been
sent to the families, but
letters also are stressed. For
addresses, contact Mrs. Don-
ald Sharfman, 352-7110.

Boris Kogan, a Jewish
lawyer recently permitted to
emigrate from the Soviet
Union, will relate from fiist-
hand experience the plight
of Soviet Jewry, at a com-
bined meeting of Beth
Shalom and Bnai Moshe sis-
terhoods 12:15 p.m. Oct: 24
at Cong. Beth Shalom. Des-
sert luncheon will be served.
Kogan, 35, six times was
refused an exit permit
through routine channels.
Renouncing his Soviet citi-
zenship, he thus lost his
means of livelihood and was
harassed by Soviet secret
police (KGB).
Reputed to be the "legal
brains" behind the Moscow
Jewish resistance, Kogan
was involved in many con-
frontations with the Soviet
secret police. One of his at-
tempts to win his freedom
was an underwater plan,
thwarted by the KGB.
Kogan finally was per-
mitted to leave, his activism
having proven a threat to
the Soviet government.
All are invited to hear him
at no charge.
He speaks fluent English
and French, as well as
Russian.
This appearance is part of
a continuing effort on the
part of Beth Shalom to give
aid and comfort to the Jews
of Russia and to publicize
their plight. The congrega-
tion has "adopted" the fam-
ily of Vladimir Markman,
whose wife and son finally
were granted permission to
go to Israel. Markman him-
self, a 34-year-old engineer,
still is in prison at hard
labor despite a circulatory
disease.
* *
In a letter to supporters
in Detroit who have "adopt-
ed" the Markman family,
Mrs. Markman, now in Is-
rael with her son, said her
husband continues to suffer
in prison, where he has been
sentenced to a three-year

Sinai to Open
Parking Lots

Sinai Hospital will open its
new parking deck and ex-
panded lots Monday.
The four-floor, 700-car deck
and adjacent lot are part of
a reorganized parking
scheme. The deck is located
on the eastern boundary of
Sinai's 34 acres, and the lot,
near Outer Dr., is one for-
merly used.
Entrance can be made to
the deck and lot via the circle
drive from Outer Dr. or from
McNichols Rd.
Another lot, located behind
the Blumberg Building, is set
aside for patients of Sinai
physicians whose offices are.
in the Blumberg Building.
Directly north of the Blum-
berg Building is a lot desig-
nated for emergency patients
and their families. It is
located near the entrance to
the emergency room and is
also reached via McNichols
Rd.

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various companies to contrib-
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of desperately needed new so-
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facilities in the Detroit area.
Tangible proof of the results
is the new Children's Hos-
pital, the Rehabilitation In-
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Memorial Building of Harper
Hospital.

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MRS. NEIL BODZIN

Nancy Lee Nagel and Neil
Allen Bodzin were married
recently at Cong. Bnai David.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nagel
of Condon Ave., Oak Park.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Bodzin of Templar Cir.,
Southfield.
The bride was attended by
Linda Lichtcsien, maid of
honor; Sandy Velianoff,
matron of honor; and Ro-
berta Bolvari and Marilyn
Madorsky, bridesmaids.
Attending the bridegroom
were Dennis Poddin of Wash-
ington, best man; and David
Berke, Steven Milgrom, Yale
Poddin, Dr. Jason Bodzin
and Steven Bodzin of Fair-
fax, Va., ushers.
Also in the wedding party
was the bridegroom's grand-
mother, Mrs. Hyman Zucker-
baum of Clifton, N. J.
Following a honeymoon in
Barbados, the couple will live
in Oak Park.

Zionist Branches
Elect Officers

Arlazaroff - Avrunin - Weiz-
mann Branch of the Labor
Zionist Alliance of Metropoli-
tan Detroit elected the fol-
lowing officers for 1974:
Louis Levine, president;
Oscar Rappaport, chairman
of the executive board;
Harry Schumer, honorary
president; Nathan P. Rossen,
honorary vice president;
Philip Imber and Norman
B 1 a k e, vice presidents ;
Harry Reznick and Saul
Lewin, secretaries; and Hy-
man Lipsitz, treasurer.
Also, Israel Weisman and
A. Paul, hospitalers; Regina
Weisman, ladies' hospitaler;
Lillian Schuhiner, social; and
Mrs. Henry Wiener, tele-
phone. The cultural commit-
tee includes Adele Mondry,
Philip Imber, Irving Mandel
and Diana Levine.
Meetings will be held twice
a month. Prospective mem-
bers are welcome. For in-
formation, call the Labor
Zionist Alliance, 851-1606.
*
*
Branch Two of the Labor
Zionist Alliance announces
its officers for 1974 are:
Bernard Linderman, chair-
man; Colman Reisman, vice
chairman; Mrs. Adele Mon-
dry, honorary vice chair-
man; Mrs. Ben Freeman,
secretary; and Mrs. Jean
Brose, treasurer.

8ngagement

At a recent cocktail party,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L.
Harris of Birchcrest Dr., an-
nounced the engagement of
their daughter Judith Shifra
to Robert M. Rubin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rubin of
Lucerne Dr., Southfield.
Plans are being completed
for a December wedding.

"Songs of Our Past," under
the sponsorship of the Ann
Arbor Chapter of Hadassah.
Mrs. Krimm, a teaching
fellow at the University of
Michigan's school of music,
has resided in Ann Arbor
since 1950. The songs are of
the shtetl, the Holocaust and
Israel.
She has been singing in
Yiddish and Hebrew since
her childhood in Brooklyn.
She received her master of
music degree at U. of M.,
appearing professionally in
opera, oratorio and concert,
and on radio and television.
The idea to produce this
record grew from a sugges-
tion following the presenta-
tion of a program by Mrs.
Krimm at a Presbyterian
church in Allen Park. Ann
Arbor Hadassah had been
looking for a new way to

sah some 20 years, agreed
to help.
Songs include "Afn Pripi-
chik," "Yankele," "Rozhnkes
Mit Mandle n," "Yome,
Yome," "Papir Iz Doch
Vays," "A Geneyve," and
"Dos Farvoglte Kind."
A 1 s o, "The Butterfly,"
"S'dremlen Feygel Af Di
Tsvaygn," "V'ulai," "Shu-
Alim," "B'er," "Seh," "Miz-
mor L'Dovid," "Sim Sha-
lom," and "Yafim Haley-
lot."
All profits from the sales
will go toward Hadassah
projects.
The record, which sells for
$6, may be obtained by send-
ing a check with name and
address to Hadassah Songs,
P.O. Box 1734, Ann Arbor
48106.

Former Detroiter
Turns 70 in Style

A 70th birthday party in
Tucson for former Detroiter
Anna Nosanchuk brought in
$1,275 — but not for Mrs.
Nosanchuk.
She has received a letter
of thanks from the New York
headquarters of the United
Jewish Appeal, in recogni-
tion of the contribution
raised at a benefit in her
honor.
As she requested, half of
the money will be appropri-
ated to the Disabled Veterans
Fund Bat Holechem through
the Israel Emergency Fund.
Mrs. Nosanchuk, who lived
in Detroit for 40 years be-
fore moving to Tucson • 15
years ago, has been very
active in the Jewish com-
munity there. particularly
with the UJA and Israel
Emergency Fund.
She has three daughters,
Mrs. Marvin P. Bookstein,
Mrs. Julius Smith and Mrs.
Herbert Kollin.

Couples Plan Talk
on 'Future Shock'

"Future Shock — the Mod-
ern-Day Experience of Wan-
dering" will be the topic of a
lecture-discussion by Rabbi
Seymour Rosenbloom, as-
sistant rabbi of Adat Shalom
Synagogue, to the congrega-
tion's Young 'N' Marrieds
Club 8:15 p.m. Oct. 16 at the
synagogue.
The meeting is the first in
a series of monthly study-
discussion sessions.
Rabbi Rosenbloom will at-
tempt to relate Sukkot's
message with phenomena de-
scribed in Alvin Toffler's
controversial book; "Future
Shock."
The Young 'N' Marrieds is
a group of couples, at least
one of whose members is
under age 35. The public is
invited. Refreshments will be
served in the synagogue's
sukka following the discus-
sion.
For information, call the
synagogue office, 851-5100.

Menora Singles
to Sponsor Party

A singles dance and party,
sponsored by Menora Singles,
will be held 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day at Alvaro's Restaurant.
There is an admission
charge.
The dance is open to single
adults age 18-40.
Attire is casual. Refresh-
ments will be served. Music
will be provided by "The
Comstock 'Lode." For in-
formation, call Al Levett,
557-5447, or Ron Chess, 255-
0727.

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berlin
of Pembroke Ave., armor •
the engagement of t
daughter Rose Debra (Deby)
to David Ostrovitz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ostro-
vitz of Ridgedale Ave., Oak
Park.

T h e award-winning 1950
film "RASHOMON" will be
shown 8:30 p.m., Oct. 12 and
13, at Rackham Auditorium,
as part of the University
Center for Adult Education's
Famous Films of Famous
Directors series.

Bar Mitzvas, Weddings ,

and special occasions

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Detroiter Promotes
U.S.-China Relations

Jan Berris, who was in De-
troit over the holidays to visit
her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Henry Berris, has more in-
sight into the Chinese than
knowing about fried rice and
won ton.
Miss Berris, a graduate of
the University of Michigan
with degrees in Far Eastern
studies, is a program asso-
ciate for the New York-based
National Committee for U.S.-
China Relations. Last sum-
mer she and the committee,
who provide educational pro-
grams for fostering better
relations between the two
countries, were received by
Chou en-Lai. She traveled'
with the Chinese ping pong
and acrobatic teams as a
coordinator.

MISS ROSE BERLIN

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