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September 30, 1983 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-30

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46 Friday, September 30, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Freedom Run, Activities, Displays Highlight Federation Fair

Detroit's first Federation
Fair and its first Freedom
Run for Soviet Jewry drew
more than 2,000 persons to
the Jewish. Community
Center Sunday — and con-
cluded with a heightened
awareness of the commun-

LARRY FREEDMAN

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

ity services rendered by the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and its 16 member agencies.
Among the attendees of
all ages were 350 adults and
children whose bright
orange T-shirts proclaimed
their participation in the
Freedom Run for Soviet
Jewry. Congressman San-
der Levin joined them —
after racing onto the out-
door platform to cheer on his
fellow runners and walkers.
Participants in the Fair
visited the agency booths in

Shiffman Hall, nonstop
musical entertainment in
the Aaron DeRoy Theater
and informal lectures on the
third floor.
Of the Jewish Federa-
tion Apartments Singers
whom he was introduc-
ing, emcee Max Sosin
quipped "If we had to pay
for this act, we couldn't
afford it." He and David
Hermelin were co-hosts
for the Musical Show-
case,'whose stars offered
everything from classical

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to Broadway (Julius and
Annette Chajes), from
piano and flute (Alexan-
der Resin and Nikolai
Lemberg) to English and
Yiddish readings (Shirley
Benyas and Leo Mogill).
Smaller groups were
learning about being single
in the Jewish world, about
intermarriage, dealing with
aging parents, keeping fit
and confronting cults.
Speakers were Edward
Schnee, Jeffrey Kottler, Al-
lison Stuart Gluck, Linda
Binkow and Betty White.
Meanwhile, the children
were keeping busy at a
Children's Fun Fair, "paint-
ing punim" and tossing
bagels; winning frisbees at

a "Federation Fun Find"
game ("Find the agency and
you will see, that we are all
one family!") A Flashdance,
Video Rock, Nosh Nook,
sports and fitness competi-
tion also were included
among the activities.
It wasFederation and its
agencies that were the
reason for the event. The
hundreds of volunteers in-
volved in the day did an ef-
fective job of helping atten-
dees have fun as they

learned more about the
work of Federation and the
vital role its agencies play
in the community. Fair
Chairmen Gayle Burnstein
and Brewster Broder coor-
dinated the day's activities.

* *

A brief scuffle broke out
during the Federation Fair
as members of the Jewish
Idea and Jewish Defense
League tried to distribute
leaflets criticizing Federa-
tion leaders.

* * *

August Aliya
Hits 2,000

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
For the first time in three
years, more than 2,000 im-
migrants have arrived in Is-
rael in a single month — the
month of August. The Au-
gust figure, issued by the
Jewish Agency aliya de-
partment, was 2,167.

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Approximately 11,000
Jews lived in Danzig before
its annexation by the Nazis.

Coordinators of the Freedom Run for Soviet
Jewry at Sunday's Federation Fair included, from
left, Jerry Kelman, Larry Jackier, Mary Fishman and
Jerry Rogers.

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