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October 11, 1974 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, October 11, 1974-37

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Broomfield Records Kutchuks'
Struggles in Congress Record

Congressman William
Broomfield recently informed
The Jewish News that he re-
ceived further news on the
Yichil Kutchuks and their
attempts to emigrate to Is-
rael from the Soviet Union.
In the ,Sept. 30 issue of
Congressional Record,
Broomfield stated that Rabbi
Shabtai Ackerman of Cong.
Beth-Abraham Hillel, who is
a relative of the family, re-
ceived a letter from Kut-
chuk's son saying "the in-
vestigation of his father's
case has ended and he will

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be tried as a black market-
eer."
Broomfield's statement in
the Congresional Record said:
"The KGB claims to have
found parts of a textile
machine and a bankbook
with 65,000 rubles in Kut-
chuk's baggage, Kutchuk is
certain these items were
planted in his baggage after
it was confiscated from him.
When he asked to see the
bankbook that is being used
as evidence against him, Kut-
chuk was informed it was
none of his business.
"During the hearing, Kut-
chuk was denied the oppor-
tunity to defend himself, and
each time he attempted to
say something in his behalf
he was strong-armed. Des-
pite this physical harrass-
ment he refused to sign a
confession that the police at-
tempted to force on him.
"A trial has been set for
the near future in the city of
Kishinev, although it is a
foregone conclusion that Kut-
chuk will be found guilty of
this bogus charge and will be
subject to 10 years in prison.
In the meantime, Mrs. Kut-
chuk is in Kishinev awaiting
the trial, penniless and dis-
heartened. Their son sent her
$200 three months ago but
she never received it."

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Israel Bond EventNets$300,000

Cong. Bnai Mosher saw more than $300,000 raised in
Israel Bonds purchases at a parlor meeting held in advance
of its congregational dinner Sunday. Attending the parlor
meeting were, from left, seated: Rabbi Stanley Rosenbaum,
Rabbi Moses Lehrman, Dr. Avraham Avi-hai and Cantor
Louis Klein. Standing, from left, are Abe Pasternak, co-
chairman; Ben Kahn, president; Jack Kutnick, sponsor
chairman; and Bernard Klein, dinner chairman.

Rabbi Syme Named Delegate
to National Federation Assembly

Rabbi M. Robert Syme of
Temple Israel will be De-
troit's rabbinical delegate to
the general assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds which
will be held Nov. 13-17 in
Chicago.
More than 2,000 lay and
professional community lead-
ers are expected to attend
the 43rd general assembly of
organized North American
Jewish communities.
Rabbi Syme is a board
member of the Michigan Anti-

Defamation League and be-
longs to the board of over-
seers of Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion. He is also a trustee
of the Credit Counseling Cen-

RABBI SYME

ters, Inc. of Michigan, a non-
profit counseling, organiza-
He is a past president of
the regional Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis and
the Family Service of Metro-
politan Detroit, a social serv-
ice agency which provides
counseling and referral serv-
ices.
The appointment of a rab-
binical delegate from Detroit
to the annual general assemb-
IS is made possible by the
McGregor Fund, and was
established in memory of
Rabbi Morris Adler. Two Ann
Arbor men also will join
the Detroit delegation be-
cause of their close relation-
ship with the local Federa-
tion, according to Mandell
Berman, Federation presi-
dent.
Rabbi Joel Poupko, asso-
ciate director of the Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundation at
the University of Michigan,
and Dr. Jehuda Reinharz,
assistant professor of Jewish
history at U-M, will attend
the Chicago metings.

Woman Searching

for Detroit Cousins

A woman visitor to the
United States is trying to
locate her cousins Sam and
Florence Kornwise who once
lived at 690 Frederick.
The woman, who is visit-
ing a friend near Philadel-
phia, is also seeking infor-
mation about Florence's fam-
ily, Louise and Frank Gaer,
and daughters Bertha and
Lilly, who lived in Montreal
in 1922.
Persons with informaibn
may contact Lily Mihalovici,
who is visiting 8115 Heacock
Lane, Wyncote, Pa., 19095,
or call (215) 887-3709.

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