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December 19, 1975 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-19

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THE/DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

December 19, 1975 43

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, Nun Stresses Importance of Saving Jews of Russia

"I have been a nun for
more than 30 years of my
life, and only recently, after
I started to study the reli-
gious history of the Western
world, did I realize that a
quarter to a third of the
Jewish peuple of every gen-

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a touch of lucite

CLOSE-OUT SALE

40%-50% Off on entire
stock of LUCITE
and PLEXIGLAS items
and FURNITURE
for the home and office.

NeilEl Mouchi of the
Lincoln National Life Insur-
ance Co. has been granted
the National Quality Award
for 197a by the National As-
sociation of Life Underwri-
ters and the Life Insurance
Agency Management Asso-
ciation.

Hours after Christmas: Thurs. Fri. 6 p.m.-10 p.m.
Sat. 12 noon-10 p.m., Sun. 12-6 p.m.

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The Troy Art Gallery
has opened its doors at 755
West Big Beaver. Managed
by Miriam Feldman and
Katherine Munson, the
gallery features Japanese
woodblock printings by
Saito, Amano, Asazuma;•
contemporary works 'by
Robert Broner, Clara Rog-
ers, Deanna Bardy, Sherry
Schrut, Shirley. Kallus, Les-
lie Masters and Marc Bjork-
lund; pottery by JudY and

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Local, National
Honors Given
to Zuckerman

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of
Birmingham

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Reviewing the condi-
tions which make it diffi-
cult for Soviet Jews to
practice their religion in
the USSR and the road-
blocks placed in their way
when they attempt to emi-
grate to Israel, Sister
Margaret noted that the
problems of Soviet Jews
are relevant and instruc-
tive to all men and women,
Christian and Jew alike,
who are concerned with
religious freedom and
women's issues.

/ Co-cliairpersons for the
luncheon gathering, which
yilso served to mark local ob-
servances Of Human Rights
Day, included Marian Shif-
man, secretary of the Jew-
ish Community Council;

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6 p.m.-10 p.m.
Thurs., Fri., Sat., 12 Noon-10 p.m.
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eration died because of their
religion. That is why it is
important that we know
and understand and act to
save the Jews of the Soviet
Union."
This was the message
that Sister Margaret Ellen
Traxler of Chicago', co-chair-
person of the National In-
terreligious Consultation on
SOviet Jewry, brought to an
interfaith luncheon of 35
non-Jewish women leaders
of metropolitan area civic
and religious organizations
who participated in this
year's Women's Plea for
Human Rights for Soviet Je-
wry.
The event, held Dec. 10,
was sponsored by the Jew-
ish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit.

Nail Care Salon

Joyce Garrett, executive di-
rector of the Detroit Bicen-
tennial Commission;
Mildred Jeffrey, coordinator
of the UAW Consumer Af-
fairs Department; and Eli-
zabeth Redecker, president
of the Metropolitan Detroit
Council of Churches.
Cooperating with the
Jewish Community Council
in sponsoring the event were
the American Jewish Com-
mittee; American Jewish
Congress, Women's Divi-
sion; Anti-Defamation
League.of Bnai Brith; Jew-
ish War Veterans, Ladies
Auxiliary; Jewish Labor
Committee; -National Feder-
ation of Temple Sister-
hoods; National Council of
Jewish Women; Women's
League for Conservative
Judaism; Pioneer Women;
and Women's American

JWV

LADIES DEPART-
MENT OF MICHIGAN
will have a holiday party
Dec. 25 at area hospitals.
Yetta Glass will chair the
Allen Park Hospital service
with Rita.Goyer and Betty
Katzman heading the Ann
Arbor Hospital party. Pa-
tients will receive refresh-
ments and gifts and will be
entertained. To volunteer or
to donate baked goods, call
the JWV office, 559-5680.

4

LARRY FREEDMAN .

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

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Tyrone Larson and Judy
Rosman; and works by
Richard Royce. For infor-
mation, call the gallery,
362-0112.
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Olds Displays 16
,New Cars in Show

A touch of the past will
blend with the present when
Oldsmobile Division dis-
plays 16 new cars and two
old-time favorites, at the
Detroit Auto Show Jan.
10-1$ at Cobo Hall.
In keeping with the
show's overall theme of
Great Cars . . . To-
day's Hits and Yesterday's
Dreams," two favorites
from Oldsmobile's colorful
past . . . a. 1908 and a 1910
. . . will be prominently dis-
played on corner turntables.
In addition to the fea-
tured cars. Oldsmobile will
exhibit a wide selection of
1976 models including a new
Omega Brougham sedan, a
Cutlass S with a value pack-
age, a Delta 88 Royal CtOwn
Landau, a 98 Regancy with
optional leather trim, a
Starfire GT and the front
drive Toronado.

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to stunning perfection in
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able nylon. Sizes 8 to 16
in striking shades of
coral, green, tan
or black.

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