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April 22, 1977 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Political Experts to Address
Zionist Federation Assembly



Dr. Paul S. Riebenfeld,
political scientist and spe-
cialist in international law,
will be presented by the De-
troit Zionist Federation for
its "Dimensions 'of Zion-
ism" lecture series 8 p.m.
Thursday at Cong. Beth Sha-
lom. His topic will be "Is-
rael and the Soviet Union."
Dr. Riebenfeld is profes-
sor of political science at
Touro College in New York
where he specializes in
Middle East affairs and
strategic studies. He also is
knowledgeable on Zionist
diplomatic history and on
the Palestinian issue.
He was educated at the
DR. PAUL RIEBENFELD
Universities of Heidelberg,
Berlin and Basel and at the
Dr. Riebenfeld was a
graduate institute of Inter-
national Studies in Geneva. member of the Revisionist
He holds degrees in both po- World Executive, president
of the New Zionist Organiza-
litical science and law.
tion of Great . Britain and a
A founder of the German
member of the Board of
Maccabi-Hatzair movement
and a Zionist student lead- Deputies of British _Jews.
er, Prof. Riebenfeld has at-
tended Zionist Congresses - Chairmen for the evening
since 1929 and was a Zionist are Mrs. Peter Martin and
representative to the Dr. Joel Hamburger. The
League of Nations from public is invited at no
charge.
1937 to 1939.

Louis BerryNamed Chairman
of JNF Dinner Citing the Zacks

Louis Berry, civic, corn-
munal and business- leader,
Will serve as chairman of
the 1977 annual Jewish Na-
tional Fund Testimonial Din-
ner which will honor . Mr.
and Mrs. David P. (Eve-
lyn) Zack June 22 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Berry is a past-president
of Shaarey Zedek. He is a
member of the board of gov-
ernors of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, United
Jewish PAppeal National
Campaign Cabinet, Weiz-
mann Institute of Science,
ORT Federation and United
Services for New Ameri-
cans.
He has been the recipient
of the Louis Marshall

LOUIS BERRY

Award of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary and the
Fred M. Butzel Award of
the Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation.
For information, -call
JNF, 968-0820.

Resettlement Service Helps
Bring Soviet Emigres to Detroi



Resettlement Service, - a
thought and planning, Ler-
Jewish Welfare Federation ner said.
member agency that facil-
Lerner noted that fami-
itates the absorption of new lies extending the in-
immigrants, stands ready vitations must assume at
to assist those in the com- least partial responsibility
munity who wayit, to write for supporting their rela-
letters of invitation so their tives after they arrive If
relatives in the USSR can the sponsoring family can-
join them here.
not afford full support, the
Unlike other countries, Resettlement Service can
where individuals are able help.
to apply for visas on their
The letter of invitation
own, Soviet citizens must must "
typed or printed in
have a formal letter of in- Russian and English and
vitation from relatives signed in the presence of a
abroad before they can notary public, Lerner said.
apply for permission to
Then the notary's seal
leave, said Sam Lerner, ex- must be certified by the
ecutive director of the Re- county clerk, the county
settlement Service.
clerk's authority must be
Six to 700 exit visas are iS- certified by the state, and
sued annually by the Rus- the "vysov" must be certi-
sians on the basis of letters fied by the U.S. Depart-
from Americans, said Ler= - ment of State and the So-
ner.
viet Embassy in Washing-
Processing a letter of in- ton.
vitation, called a "vyspv"
When the letter finally ar-
in Russian, is not easy, and rives in Russia, the author-
the invitation should not be ities there may take
issued without careful. months. to ,act on it.

Jewish Communal
AJCommittee
Records Sought
Communal leader George
Zeltzer will address the. De-
for History Project troit Chapter of the Ameri-

The Bentley Historical Li-
brary of the University of
Michigan is searching the
state to learn the where-
abouts of manuscripts and
printed material relating to
ethnic groups for its Immi-
gration Sources Project.
The project, funded by
the National Endowment
for the Humanities, will cul-
minate with the publication
and circulation of a guide
to the location of such mate-
rial in the state.
The project is not seeking
to collect organizational ma-
terials, such as minute
books, programs and mem-
bership rolls. Its purpose is
to learn of the availability
of such material so that
others may be directed to
it.
Inquiries may be directed
to the Immigration Sources
Project, Bentley Historical.
Library, the University of
Michigan, 1150 Beal Ave.,
Ann Arbor, 48109.

Jews Protest"
Quebec Policy

.

MONTREAL (JTA)—The
five-month-old separatist
government of Quebec, the
Parti Quebecois, has recent-
ly released a White Paper
outlining precisely how it
plans to make Quebec unili-
ngual. The White Paper of
April 1 has caused great
concern in Quebec's over-
whelmingly English-speak-
ing Jewish community be-
cause it proposes to severe-
ly reduce the usage of Eng-
lish in schools and other
public institutions.
The Canadian Jewish Con-
gress, Quebec Region
(CJC), announced in an
April 6 telegram to Pre-
mier Rene Levesque, that
the Jewish community
"views with dismay" the
White Paper with respect- to
its "diminution of English
and the severe encroach-
ment on the rights of all
non-Francophones." The
telegram charged that the
)roposals are "discrimina-
:ory in intent and coercive
n nature.",
t The telegram, which de-
.-. . . lared that the Jewish com-
munity views the proposals
as unacceptable, indicated
that the CJC will be making
representations to the gov-
ernment of Quebec with re-
gard to the White Paper.

Correction

Last week's article about
the Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies gave an in-
correct phone number for
the college. The number is
352-7117.

Brandeis to Honor
Judge, Benefactor

WALTHAM, Mass.—
Judge Samuel A. Spiegel,
surrogate of New York

County, will be presented.
Brandeis University's Dis-
tinguished Community Serv-
ice Award, while Brandeis
Fellow Leon Finley will re-
ceive a special citation in
recognition of his many
years of service to
Brandeis, at a dinner May 3
in the Plaza Hotel, New
York City.

Friday, April 22, 1977 21 .

to Hear Zeltzer

"FIRST FOR
A REASON"

can Jewish Committee 8
p.m. May 2 in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alspec-
tor, 1670 Wabeek Way,
Bloomfield Hills.

Zeltzer is a past president_
of the United Hebrew
Schools, former chairman
of the Education Division of
the Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation, past president of the
Sholem Aleichem Institute,
vice president of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, chair-
man of the Large City . Budg-
eting Conference and a
member of the board of the
_Council of Jewish Feder-
ations and Welfare Funds.
He recently was named .

U-M Honors Gold

Arthur Gold, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ruben Gold, 14270
Vernon Ave., Oak Park,
was one of 10 teaching, as-
sistants at the University of
Michigan selected for the
Outstanding Teaching As-
sistant_ Award.
Gold is working towards
a masters degree in natural
resources.

AL KLINE

GEORGE ZELTZER



head of the National Foun-
dation for Jewish Culture.

His topic will be "The
Structure and Goals of Fed-
eration." For required res-
ervations, call the AJCom-
mittee office, 965-3353.

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