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April 10, 1981 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

JWV

CHARLES SHAPIRO
AUXILIARY, SILVER-
MAN DETROIT AUXIL-
IARY AND RAFELSON
AUXILIARY will present
c,) flags to Burton School in

Detroit on Wednesday. De-
partment of Michigan
Ladies Auxiliary President
Betty Spinner and Patriotic
Instructress Geri Feldman
will accompany the group.

Hashachar Parley Slated

Shirley Schlussel, patriotic
instructress of the Shapiro
Auxiliary, is in charge of ar-
rangements. Representa-
tives of each auxiliary will
be on hand.

* * *

Recent Soviet Immigrants Start
WWII Veterans Organization

A group of recent Russian
Jewish immigrants have
formed an Association of
Jewish Invalids and Vete-
rans of World War II.
The organization's com-
mander, Iosif Ayzin, says
the group wants to become
better acquainted with the
American way of life and
become more affiliated with
the Jewish community. He
said the group hopes to be-
come affiliated in some way
with the Jewish War Vete-
rans.
Ayzin says the group has
50 members, including five
women. Twenty-six are in-
valids. •
"All of them have
documents issued by the
Russian armed forces
with statements contain-
ing their participation,
locations of battle,
casualties, and medals
for bravery," Ayzin said
in Russian.
"We are conducting pro-
grams designed to get ac-
quainted with our Novi Svet
(New World), and instill
more pride in Jewishness.
Ninety percent of our vete-

rans know Yiddish and so
we are conducting our meet-
ings in Russian and Yid-
dish. In spite of the avail-
able English courses our
members are having a hard
time learning the language.
You see, our youngest
members are in their 50s,
many in their 60s and some
in their 70s.
"I feel a deep commitment
for this organization. In
Russia we were not Rus-
sians and not Jews. We were
nothing. Here we want to
find our identity and be
proud. During the war and
after all these years you
hear Russians say that Jews
did not fight in World War

Holiday Shows

Channel
28
Flint
(WFUM-TV) will present a
half-hour documentary
film, "Passover," 10:30 p.m.
April 17. "Avodath
Hakodesh" by Ernest Bloch
will be heard 11 a.m. April
19.

7*,

Community
Calendar

-

Sunday — Beth El Adult
Education, 9 -a.m.; USY
model Seder, Beth El school
Seder; and USY film, "The
Jazz Singer," 7:30 p.m.
Cong. Beth Israel.
Monday — Beth Israel
model Sedorim; and • Joint
board meeting, 8 p.m.
esday — FJF Jewish
ly Service Committee,
noon, Federation office; FJF
Day Camp Committee, 8
p.m., home of Emily Bank;
and Keren Or meeting, 8
p.m.
Wednesday — Hadassah
meeting, noon.
Thursday — FJF Senior
Friendship Club, noon,
Temple Beth El; and Beth
Israel board of directors
meeting, 8 p.m.

Bat Mitzva

Randee Brenner will
become Bat Mitzva 9 a.m.
Saturday at Cong. Beth Is-
rael, -

-

A scholars' festival is
planned for metropolitan
Detroit by the Rabbinical
Council of America, Detroit
Region, and the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Beginning May 22 (Lag
b'Omer) through May 24,
the weekend has been
designated as Yemai Iyun
b'Halakha, a period of
Torah study and explora-
tion for men, women and
children.
"In former times," states
Rabbi Sidney Green,
chairman of the Detroit
Region, Rabbinical Council
of America, "this was a Lag
b'Omer tradition in many
Jewish communities."
Rabbi Leo Landman, a
national leader of the
Rabbinical Council of
America and chairman of
its Israel commission,
will be the scholar-in-
residence. His pre-
sentations will be on the
theme: "Halakha — A
Tree of Life."
The scholars' fesitval will
mark the completion of the
RCA-JNF development loc-
ally of participation in the
Rabbi Leo Jung Forest in Is-
rael.
Rabbi Jung is rabbi
emeritus of the Jewish Cen-
ter Synagogue in New York,
past president of the Rab-
binical Council of America,
and professor emeritus of
ethics and Jewish philos-
ophy at Yeshiva University.
Several congregational
projects in the Rabbi Leo
Jung Forest have been
undertaken and they will be
acknowledged in a commu-
nity convocation which will
serve as the culmination of
the scholars' festival May
24.
At several Orthodox
synagogues over the
weekend, Rabbi Land-
man, who also serves on
the faculty of the Bernard

and crafts and discussions.
Theme of the Weekend
will be "From Destruction
to Redemption."
Meals and transportation
will be provided. There is a
charge and reservation
deadline is April 27. For ap-
plication information, call
Hashachar, 661-1038.

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II. We want to dispell those
lies."
At 8 p.m. May 9 at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, the Associa-
tion of Jewish Invalids and
Veterans of World War II
will celebrate the 36th an-
niversary of the victory over
Nazi Germany.
The Jewish War Vete-
rans will have a color
guard. Ayzin will speak
in Russian and Hy
Shenkman will speak in
English.
A buffet dinner will be
served and there is a charge.
For information, call
Michael Gefron, 548-3306.

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Rabbinic Council, JNF Join
for Scholars Festival in May

FLINT
NEWS

*lb

Hashachar will sponsor
this year's Michigan
OfVrim-Tsofim spring con-
vention for youth age 8-13
from May 1 to May 3 at the
main Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield.
The weekend will include
games, singing, dancing,
sports, drama, contests, arts

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RABBI SIDNEY GREEN

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Yeshiva University, will
develop various halakhic
themes on Shabat. The
sessions will be open to
the community.
The entire schedule is
being -coordinated by the
religious department of the
national office of JNF,
under the guidance of Rabbi
Emanuel Rothenberg, as a
pilot program for im-
plementation in other U.S.
cities in the future.

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The sessions meet 1:30
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