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December 06, 1974 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-06

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Letters Asked for 'Soviet Jew

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
50—Friday, Dec. 6, 1974

Montefiore Lodge
Plans Lathe Party

Montefiore Lodge, Michi-
gan Chapter, Free Sons of
Israel, invites prospective
members and friends to a
latke festival 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the Whitehall Apts.
club. house. Games will fob
low. For information, call
Roz Neuman, 863-8486.

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The Detroit Committee for
Soviet Jewry has revived an
appeal through British
sources for letters to be writ-
ten to Russia on behalf of
Anna Gurevich.
Her husband, Yuri Vudka
has been in Soviet prisons
since 1969, after he and other
young- Jews in Ryazan, near
Moscow, were discovered
with "samizdat" literature:
"Exodus," Dubnov's "History
of the Jews," and other
books.
She is appealing that let-
ters be sent to both the prison
and the town to inquire about
her husband's well-being and
her visiting rights. Soviet
authorities refused to allow
her to see him at their last
scheduled six-month visit in
November because their mar-
riage by a rabbi is not rec-
ognized by Russia.

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Stollman Kindergarten
for Akiva Day School at
2 p.m. Sunday has been
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Labor Zionist Alliance will
hold its annual Hanuka party
8:30 p.m. Saturday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. The
theme of the program will,be
"Let Us Light a Candle for
Freedom."
Toby Slabosky will present
readings from Jewish h,,is-
torical and literary sources.
Gingi Ben-Zeev and the Is-
raeli Ensemble will perform.
Helen Naimark and Evelyn
Noveck are co-chairmen of
the event. Refreshments will
be served, and guests are
invited. There is a nominal
charge.

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American Jewish
Historical Society

Borman Hall Volunteers Cited

Editor, The JewishNews:
Although I am. a relative
newcomer to Borman Hall, I
would like to tell the com-
munity what a wonderful ser-
vice is being rendered to the
aged people in Detroit who
are fortunate enough to be
residents of Borman Hall and
Prentis Manor, Jewish Home
for Aged.
Not only are we well served
by a devoted staff, but the
volunteers who give their
time and effort to make this
institution a cheerful place,
Tamarack to Host deserve special notice.
At our Dec. 11 Yiddish Cul-
Youth Weekends , tural
Club meeting at Bor-
Camp Tamarack, spon- man Hall, we will honor the
sored by the Fresh Air So- volunteers by presenting cer,
ciety, is offering two unique tificates for Jewish National
programs for area youth.
Fund trees to Mrs. Emma
The first weekend, to be Silverman, president, and
held Dec. 13-15 is a "Hanuka Mrs. •Harry Berlin, 'service
Weekend" for youth age 8- chairman of the Women's
13. There will be crafts, mu- Auxiliary of Jewish Home
sic, drama and hiking. Ta- for Aged.
maracks' annual nature
This meeting will also fea-
weekend, to be held Jan. a:- ture Mrs. Jaebb E. Segal who
5, is designed for youth age will share with us some of
8-13 and offers an opportuni- her experiences from her re-
ty to explore the wintry world
of Camp Tamarack in Orton-
vile Jan. 3-5.
For information or appli-
cation. call the camp office,
341-5666.

LZA to Sponsor
Hanuka Program

Alterations
On
Premises

HOURS:
Monday-Friday 10-5
Saturday 10-4

Editor, The Jewish News:
Your editorial on COMPIL-
ING AMERICAN JEWISH
HISTORY (Nov. 22) is right
to the point. The AJHS' has
recruited an Academic Coun-
cil of 42 outstanding Ameri
can Jewish historians, who
will supplement the follow-
ing:
Salo W. Baron, Jacob
Rader Marcus, Bertram W.

Detroit Chapter, American
Society for Technion, will
sponsor an Israeli Film
Night, 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
Michigan Inn, Southfield.
A series of new Israeli
films, showing the daily life
and accomplishments of the
country as seen by the Israeli
citizen will be shown.
Dr. Alexander Goldberg,
chairman of the Israel Tech-
nion Society, will speak on
the Technion and Israel. The
meeting is open to the com-
munity at no charge. Re-
freshments will be served.

• Pant Suits

Zionist Revisionists of De-
troit will hold a Hanuka ball
9 p.m. Saturday at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods.
Music will b _ 3 provided by
Eric Rosenow and His Con-
tinentals, and a dairy supper
and beverages will be
served. For information, call
Steven Goldin, 968-5575.

Jewish News Editorial Lauded

Israeli Film Night
at Technion Society

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LETTER BOX

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She is hoping that letters
will be sent to President
Ford, Sen. Jackson, and the
International Red . Cross as
well.
Letters to town officials in-
quiring into the matter should
be addressed: USSR, Vladi-
mir, POD is4r2, Supervisory
Procurer OBRASOV.
Letters to the prison should
be addressed: USSR, Vladi-
mir, Vladimir Prison, POD
1ST!.

Revisionists Set
Hanuka 'Party,

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