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October 03, 1980 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-03

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NY Lawyers Form Coalition
in Support of Syrian Jewry

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The New York Legal Coali-
tion for Syrian Jewry an-
nounced last week that
more than 200 prominent
members of the legal profes-
sion, including public offi-
cials, deans, attorneys and
judges have joined together
to defend the rights of Sy-
rian Jews, especially the
right to emigrate.
New York State Attorney
General Robert Abrams,
one of the four chairmen,
stated that the coalition
"will seek to \document and
publicize the facts regard-
ing the denial of rights and
persecution of the Syrian
Jewish community."
The other chairmen are
Gov. Hugh Carey of New
York; Clifford Case, former
Republican U.S. Senator
from New Jersey; and
Joseph McLaughlin, dean of
Fordham University School
of Law.

Shakespeare
Play at Hilberry

Shakespeare's "Love's
Labor's Lost" will be pre-
viewed 8:30 p.m. Oct. 10 and
11 and open 8:30 p.m. Oct.
15 at the Hilberry Theater.
Tickets are available at
the Wayne State University
Theater box office, 577-
2972.

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Case said that according
to reports on Syria from in-
ternational rights organiza-
tions, there have been "sev-
eral striking abuses of civil
liberties. These include ar-
bitrary detention without
trial for political offenses;
closed trials with no right to
defense counsel; no right to
call witnesses when trials
are held; torture and beat-
ings; severe internal travel
restrictions; and an abso-
lute ban on Jewish emigra-
tion."

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Lori Jacobs
to Entertain

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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ORT, will sponsor a garage
sale 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Thursday and Oct. 10 at the
home of Eva Coopersmith,
6836 Vachon, Birmingham.
For information, call Ms.
Coopersmith daily at 855-
1536.

* * *

t PRIMROSE
BE-
NEVOLENT CLUB will

LORI JACOBS

Used Book Sale
at HW Library

'Friends of the Hun-
tington Woods Library will
hold a used book sale 10
a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday in the
library.
Among the items to be
sold are: Hardcover and
paperback books, fiction,
non-fiction and children's
books.
The public is invited. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the li-
brary. For details, call
Barry Lepler, 398-5927.

Lecture Series
in Birmingham

The Birmingham Com-
munity House will sponsor
a six-week lecture series,
"Setting National Priorities
in the '80s," beginning 8
p.m. Oct. 13 in the commu-
nity house.
Nancy _Good, a doctoral
candidate in international
relations at the University
of Michigan, will be the in-
structor.
To register, call the com-
munity house, 644-5832.
There is a charge.

'A c e ' Novetsky

Max Novetsky recently
scored a hole-in-one on the
third hole of Southfield's
Beech Woods Golf Course.

Friday, October 3, 1980 39

Women's Clubs

ARTISANS CHAP-
TER, Women's American

Songwriter and vocalist
Lori Jacobs will appear in
concert on behalf of the
Birmingham Temple Viv-
ace series 7:30 p.m. Oct. 12
at the temple.
Refreshments will be
served. For reservations
and ticket information, call
Evelyn Kreger, 544-8350.

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have a business meeting 8
p.m. Monday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Reporting
on the 46th annual donor
luncheon to be held noon
Nov. 18 at Cong. Beth
Achim will be: Journal
Chairmen, Becky Wein-
man, Mae Shapiro, Dorothy
Meckler; pledges, Eva
Maister, Florence Verona;
prizes, Etta Kleinman,
Fannie Baron, Sarah Wein-
traub. Refreshments will be
served.

* * *

DAVID-HORODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon Tues-

day in the home of Mrs.
Bernard Luchton, 26454
Humber, Huntington
Woods. President Mrs. Alex
Dorchen announces that
Mrs. Bernard Chase will be
chairman of the day at the
43rd annual donor luncheon
to be held noon Oct. 28 at
Cong. Beth Achim. For tic-
kets and information, call
Mrs. Ben Komisar, 557-
9425.

synagogue. There is a
charge. For 'reservations
and information, call
Gladys Goldsmith, 557-
3734; or Barbara Lefton,
547-0522.

* * *

TEMPLE ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD will begin

a book review and breakfast
series 11 a.m. Oct. 13 in the
new temple building.
Breakfast will be served at
10. Rabbi M. Robert Syme
will review "The Old
Neighborhood" by Avery
Corman.
The series will continue
on Dec. 8, when Sherry

Wasserman will be the re-
viewer; Jan. 27 (evening),
Rabbi Harold Loss, guest
reviewer; March 9, Cantor
Arthur Asher will review
"The Marranos" by Liliane
Webb; and April 6, Rabbi
Leon Fram will review "The
Covenant," by James
Michener. There is a

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MAIL
WARNING

The Jewish News has
a normal deadline of
,noon Monday, Oct. 13,
for local news to appear
in the issue of Oct. 17.
However, there will be
no mail delivery Oct. 13.
Publicity should be
mailed early or hand-
delivered to comply
with the deadline.

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BNAI MOSHE SIS-
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paid-up membership petite
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the synagogue,
announces Membership
Vice President Rosalind
Grand. A musical program,
"King David's 'American
Sons: The Music Makers of
Broadway," featuring
Helen Rowin, will be pre-
sented. For reservations,
call Membership Chairmen,
Ms. Grand, 557-0583; or
Marilyn Redmond, 851-
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GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
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hold a business meeting
noon Monday in the Kristen
Towers, 25900 Greenfield,
Suite 205E, Oak Park.
There will be a discussion
on the Sinhat Torah lunch-
eon to be held Oct. 20. Re-
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Kristen Towers, 25900
Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
Park. Alice Ross will pre-
sent the program. Brunch
will be served. Friends are
invited. For information,
call Jeanette Serling, 968-
8518.

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BETH SHALOM SIS-
TERHOOD will begin a

study group series, based on
the text "Varieties of
Jewish Belief: Questions
and Answers About Basic
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