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March 21, 1975 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-21

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THE UEIKUIT JEWISH NEWS

LARRY FREEDMAN

Third Wallenberg Lecture Honors Protector of Jews

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apartment buildings under
the Swedish flag during
his seven-mpnth rescue
mission. The son of Swed-
ish merchants, he had seen

Russian Seeking
Relative in Detroit

The local chapter of -the
American National Red
Cross is seeking inform-a-
tion on the whereabouts of
Shulym Kogan, whose last
known address is Sturte-
vant St. in Detroit.
The Red Cross is seeking
Kogan on behalf of Yevge-
niya Mikhailovna Brovarnik
- of the Soviet Union. -
According to the Red
Cross, Kogan was born in
1882 or 1884 and had three
children, a son, Khaim, born
1910-1912 in Troyanov
lage, Zhitomir province; and
two daughters, Rakhil, who
nfarried a manufacturer,
and Eva, who married a
physician.
Persons with information
on the whereabouts of Ko-
gan, may call Elsie Freitag
or Marlene Neme at the Red
Cross, 833-4440.

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Judge Is Named
to Traffic Group

Wayne County Circuit
Judge John M. Wise has
been elected a member of
the Traffic Safety Associa-
tion of Detroit's Board of
Trustees,. culminating a
long working relationship
between the Association
and Judge Wise.
While Judge Wise sat on
the Traffic Court bench as a
referee from February, 1945
until his 'election to to Cir-
cuit Court in the spring of
1959, he and the Association
co-operated on many traffic
safety programs. This has
continued during his circuit
court tenure.

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has been seen in Soviet pris-
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Russians entered Buda-
pest, set up more than 30

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ANN ARBOR — The the Nazi tyranny during
third annual Raoul Wallen- his travels for his family's
berg Lecture will be held export business.
The War Refugee Board
April 1-2 at the University
of Michigan's Chrysler Cen- heard of him, and he was as-
ter, in honor of the Swedish signed as first secretary of
U-M graduate who helped the Swedish - legation in Bu-
save thousands of Jews in dapest, and used his diplo-
matic, credentials to badger
Hungary in 1944 and 1945.
mans into releasing
The programs will feature the der
Reyner Banham, professor thousands of Jews into his
of architectural history at care.
He built up a city-wide or-
the University of London.
At 3:30 p.m. both days he ganization of hospitals, soup
will discuss "The Magnifi- - kitchens and "safe houses"
cent Imagination: Man and and distributed thousands
Megastructure." At 4:10 of protective Swedish:docu-
p.m. April 3 in Angell Hall,' ments which he designed
he will lecture on "The Fu- and produced to protect ref-
ture Tradition in Modern ugees.
Architecture."
The Russians claim Wal-
Wallenberg, who disap-
lenberg died shortly after he

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