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August 06, 1982 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-06

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26 Friday, August 6, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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CAST 1 OF YOUR 2 WAYNE COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT VOTES FOR JUDGE HELENE WHITE
In Wayne Circuit Court, a lawsuit over $10,000 is heard by a judge. But a
domestic matter, even one involving children, is sent before a referee.
Decisions in domestic relations cases profoundly affect the lives of those
involved and are entitled to the full attention of a judge. The meager and
indifferent treatment of these cases is neither just nor right.

ADCS E NE

NEL W HITE
VW
JUST. RIGHT.

FOR WAYNE COUNTY CIRCUIT JUDGE

Judge Helene White has had a vasty of Judicial experience. As a judge on the Common
Pleas Court, now 36th District Cou'f, she has served in the Civil, Criminal, Landlord Tenant
and Traffic and Ordinance divisions of the Court.

JUDGE HELENE WHITE
• B.A. with honors, Barnard College, Columbia University • J.D., University of
Pennsylvania Law School • Law Clerk to Michigan Supreme Court Justice Charles
Levin • Judge, Common Pleas Now 36th District Court • Members American

Jewish Committee and Hadassah

Korey Gives Bleak Picture
of Condition of Soviet Jews

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
A leading expert on Soviet
Jewry portrayed a bleak
picture of Jewish life in the
Soviet Union, especially as
contrasted to conditions in
Eastern Europe.
"Deprivation, disability
and disintegration char-
acterize its status" Dr.
William Korey, Bnai
Brith's director of interna-
tional policy research told
the House Foreign Affairs
Subcommittee on Human
Rights and International
Organizations.
"The most striking dif-
ference, both with respect to
Judaism in East Europe and
with respect to other major
religious bodies in the USR,
is the absence of a central or
federative structure."
Soviet Jews do not pub-
lish periodicals as other
religious groups do and a
Hebrew Bible has not
been published since the
late 1920s, Korey said.
While the Russian Or-
thodox Church and other
churches in the Soviet
Union are affiliated with
the World Council of
Churrhes and other inter-
national religious groups,
Soviet Jewry, without a
religious center, has no such
formal connections.
Korey noted that while in
1976 there were 450
synagogues, there are now
only 50, half of them in
Georgia, the northern
Caucasus and the Central
Asian Republic where less

than 10 percent of Soviet
Jews live. In addition, the
USSR has no facility for
training rabbis, and four
Soviet students are now
attending the Budapest
Rabbinical Seminary.
Korey noted that both the
state and Communist Party
assault Judaism.
In contrast, he noted
that Hungary, with 80,000
Jews, and Romania, with
37,000, permit religious,
social and educational
Jewish activities.
Elsewhere, in Czechos-
lovakia, Bulgaria and
Yugoslavia, Korey said
that Jewish life is deter-
iorating because of a
small population, mainly
aged Jews.
In New York, Charlotte
Jacobson, chairman of the
Soviet Jewry Research
Bureau of the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry, re-
ported that 186 Jews ar-
rived from the Soviet Union
in Vienna with Israeli visas,
during July.

Mrs. Navon

Seeks Aid for
e anese Kids

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Ophira Navon, the wife of
President Navon, urged
cooperation between Israeli
and overseas welfare agen-
cies to rehabilitate the chil-
dren of Lebanese refugees.

A survey team she spon-
sored found recently that
orphanages operated by the
Lebanese government did
not accept children of the
thousands of Palestinian ,
refugees in Lebanon.

Emigres Placed

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Twenty recently-settled
Russian Jewish women
have been placed in entry
level positions in New York
firms after finishing a six-
month, 30-hours-a-week
clerical training and
English language course,
according to the New York
Association for New Ameri-
cans (NYANA).

AL KLINE

DALGLEISH
CADILLAC

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TR 5-0300

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you all for your help to
our son, Alan Feuer;
Democratic candidate for
State Senator: We make
one last request—Vote
this Tuesday, and call
two friends!

Di: Arthur and
Regina Feuer

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