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September 02, 1983 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-02

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BILL
MEYER
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VATIONS
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Envoy Meets
Begin, Shamir

High Holiday Classes Set

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Richard Murphy, the U.S.
assistant secretary of state
for Near Eastern and South
Asian affairs, met with
Premier Menahem Begin
and Foreign Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir last week.
Following the meeting,
Murphy said the three
talked mainly about the
situation in the Mideast and
the possible role of Saudi
Arabia in a settlement of
the crisis in Lebanon. Mur-
phy's recent nomination by
President Reagan as assis-
tant secretary is awaiting
Congressional approval.

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Classes in preparation for
the Yomim Noraim will
begin at 6 p.m. Saturday at
Young Israel of Greenfield,
announces Shlomo
Rabinowitz, chairman of
the Torah education com-
mittee of the synagogue.
Rabbi Feivel Wagner,
spiritual leader of the con-
gregation, will conduct a
class on Pirke Avot at 6 p.m.
Saturday at the synagogue.
At 6:50 p.m. there will be
a class on Mishnayot Yoma,
with special concentration

on the laws of the Temple
sacrificial service on Yom
Kippur.
Rabbi Wagner will give
an overview of the High
Holiday mahzor for Rosh
Hashana at 8 p.m. Tues-
day.
On Sept. 14, Parshat
Hashavua — The Torah
Reading for Yom Kippur
will be the topic for discus-
sion. At 8 p.m. that day,
Rabbi Wagner will give an
overview of the mahzor for
Yom Kippur.

Adat Shalom Affiliates Plan
Their Annual Sukkot Dinner

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold its annual Sukkot
dinner following 6 p.m.
services Sept. 23.
During the dinner, spon-
sored by the adult education
and membership commit-
tees, new members will be
acknowledged. Shabat

Ira Howard Goldstein
will twin his Bar Mitzva
with a Russian Jewish
youth at Shabat services at
7:30 p.m. today at Temple
Emanu-El.
Ira, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Goldstein, will
share his special day with
Mark Avsker, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Yfim Avsker of
Riga, USSR.

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The kosher dinner will
begin at 6:45 p.m. There is a
charge. For details, call the
synagogue office, 851-5100.

SELICHOT SERVICE
SAT., SEPT. 3RD, 1983
ORIENTAL REFRESHMENTS

Hungary Returns Cemetery
to Satmar and Local Control

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Rabbi Sender Deutsch, a
leader of the Satmar
Hasidic movement, return-
ing from a visit to Hungary,
reported last week that the
Hungarian government has
agreed to return to Jewish
control a Jewish cemetery it
confiscated 13 years ago.
Deutsch said the agree-
ment followed intermittent
negotiations during the 13
years and that it marked
the first time any East
European government has
returned to a Jewish com-
munity a cemetery it had
seized to be used for other
purposes. Deutsch said the
government had planned to
use the burial site for a
housing project.
The Satmar leader said
he had brought with him
documents signed by the
Hungarian government re-
turning the cemetery-to the
Jewish Community Council
in Budapest. The cemetery
is located in Ujhely, which
is about 100 miles from
Budapest.
He said the transfer took
place on Aug. 16, and that
the only stipulation re-
quired of the Jewish com-
munity was to maintain the
cemetery and build a fence
around it.
He said he had partici-
pated in the negotiations,
along with Imra Haber,
president, and Lajos
Bakos, vice president of
the Community Council.
during the 13 years, the
cemetery has been main-
tained by the Hungarian
Jewish community with
the help of the Satmar
movement in America, he
said.
A number of leading
Hasidic rabbis are buried in
the Ujhely cemetery, in-
cluding the Yismach
Moshe, Rabbi Moishe
Teitelbaum, the grand-
father of the late Satmar
Rebbe, Joel Teitelbaum,
and the great-grandfather
of the present Satmar
leader, Rabbi • Moishe
Teitelbaum.

Bar Mitzva
`Shares' Rite

Friday, September 2, 1983 31

Deutsch said Teitelbaum
had visited the grave of his
great-grandfather in July to
pray there, adding that the
movement hoped the
agreement with the Hunga-
rian government would be
"the beginning of an ex-
tended return of cemeteries
and other Jewish proper-
ties, to Jewish groups in
those countries.

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