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May 19, 1978 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-19

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New York Rabbi to Speak Here for Emigrant Fund

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Rabbi Yaakov Perlow, lished seven years ago to
rosh yeshiva of the Rabbi bring to the attention of
Samson Raphael Hirsch world Jewry the plight of
Yeshiva in New York City, the Russian Jews, and to
will address a reception on alert Diaspora Jews to the
behalf of the Russian Im- spiritual needs of the newly
migrant Rescue Fund 8 p.m. arrived immigrants in Is-
Sunday in the home of rael from Georgia,
Rabbi and Mrs. Yoseph Na- Bukhara, Carpathia, and
dler, 25820 Woodville, all parts of the Soviet
Union.
Southfield.
Special
synagogues,
The Russian Immigrant
Rescue Fund was estab- youth centers and other in-
stitutions to provide reli-
gious training for the chil-
dren of the new arrivals
have been established. The
RIRF also sponsors classes
for adult Torah education in
the primary language of the
olim. A yeshiva for Bukha-
ran immigrant children was
founded in Bnei Brak.
The RIRF gives the
new immigrants an
opportunity for religious

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Guttman Speaks
at Texas Meeting

Prof. Joseph Gutmann of
the Department of Art and
Art History at Wayne State
University will speak on
"Art and the Synagogue:
The Image Is the Sermon"
at the Fourth International
Congress on Religion, the
Arts, Architecture and the
Environment for a "Rebirth
of Imaginative Vision."
The conference will be
held next weekend in San
Antonio, Texas.

Radomer Marks
Israel's 30th

The Radomer Aid Society
will celebrate Israel's 30th
anniversary at a member-
only dinner 7 p.m. May 30
(new date) at the Zionist
Cultural Center.
The program will feature
the presentation of an Israel
Bond, a movie and
entertainment.

RABBI PERLOW

expression and identifi-
cation on Jewish holi-
days. Assemblies are or-
ganized on a regular
basis at which prominent
educators and leaders
address the immigrants

on their Jewish heritage.
In addition, thousands of
religious articles are dis-
tributed for the use in
synagogues, schools and
youth centers.
During the summer, spe-
cial camps have been pro-
vided to give Russian im-
migrant children preparat-
ory training for admission
into the general educational
systems in Israel.
The Russian Immigrant
Rescue Fund is adminis-
tered by Rabbi Moshe
Feinstein, with the assis-
tance of rabbis and lay lead-
ers from every walk of life.
The Detroit Friends of the
Russian Immigrant Rescue
Fund is chaired by Rabbi
Avrohom Borenstein. Hon-
orary chairmen are Rabbi
Leib Bakst and Rabbi
Leizer Levin.

Aid Kushner Elected Head
of Beth El Brotherhood

Aid Kushner was elected
president of the Temple
Beth El Brotherhood at its
59th annual meeting.
Other officers are: Dennis
N. Frank and Irving B.
Chasnick, vice presidents;
Douglas A. Bloom, trea-
surer; and Jonathan F.
Haber and Raymond Ab-
rams, secretaries.
Elected to the board of di-
rectors for a two-year term
were: Stanford Brown, Eric
Canvasser, Michael V. Co-
hen, Al Delidow, Gerald
Lakritz, Irvin Newman,
Ronald Pollack, Gerald
Rowin, Ivan Scholnick,
Jerry Stone, Lee Waldbott
and Robert Weitz. Ronald J.
Lowy was elected to the
board for a one-year term.

Kushner is an assistant
to the executive secretary
of the temple. He is na-
tionally known as an ar-
tist, specializing in the
construction of model

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historic Jewish houses of
worship.
He has exhibited his
works of art in many in-
stitutions and congrega-
tions throughout the coun-
try. His model synagogues,
commissioned by Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, are on dis-
play in the lobby of Shaarey
Zedek.

had firm commitments from
the U.S. and First
African-Arabian. To obtain
nearly $1 million in city and
federal loans Champ would
only have to put up $64,000.
Muhammad also said
that Champ would deal
with anyone, and would
not boycott Israel or any-
one else if a deal could be
made, although he re-
spected the views of his
backers.
The company reportedly
also has a contract with
former heavyweight boxing
champion Muhammad Ali
to promote its soft drinks.

Women's Rights
Booklet Printed

Detroit attorney David E.
Eason has published a 48-
page booklet on women's
Dr. Frank N. Rosner, son rights in Michigan. The
of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace R. booklet, "For Services Ren-
Rosner of Oak Park, was dered, A Handbook on
graduated from the Univer - Human Rights in Michi-
sity of Detroit School of De- gan," was published by
ntistry and received his Harlo Press in Detroit.
DDS degree in ceremonies It is available from FSR
recently at Ford Au- Project, Box 2654, Detroit
48231. There is a charge.
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Arab-Backed Soda Firm
Has No U.S. Commitment

Champ Enterprises, Inc.,
Which proposed to open a
Detroit soft drink company
financed by loans from the
city and federal govern-
ments, acknowledged last
week that it has no com-
mitment from the U.S. gov-
ernment. The federal funds
were part of the deal ap-
proved by the city-owned
Detroit Economic Develop-
ment Corp.
Champ is reportedly
backed by First African-
Arabian Corp., which has
ties to the Saudi royal fam-
ily and boycotts Israel "and
its supporters."
Champ president David
Muhammad, also known as
David Coleman, had an-
nounced last week that he

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