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March 23, 1984 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-23

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Friday, March 23, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Soviet Jewry

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Iles in the Soviet press," the
SSSJ charged.
The 16 American signers
in the supporting state-
ment, which solicits $100
and lesser amounts from
Sentinel readers to help de-
fray the cost of this ad and
place the open letter as an
ad in metropolitan dailies,"
include Herbert Apthekar
and Lewis Moroze, editors of
Jewish Affairs, a CPUSA
publication; Archie Brown,
a CPUSA Central Commit-
tee member; Lester Cole,
identified to SSSJ as "an or-
thodox Stalinist"; Norman
Markowitz, a Marxist histo-
rian; and Samuel
Neuberger, identified to
SSSJ as "an independent
radical lawyer and an old-
time leftist."

* * *

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Concert helps
Soviet Jewry
Advocates

Proceeds from the Third
Annual Freedom Concert
for Soviet Jewry in Memory
of Al M. Rosenberg, slated
to take place at 8 p.m. Wed-

nesday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue, will be ear-
marked for the advocacy

programs of the Detroit
Soviet Jewry Committee of
the Jewish community
Council.
Anachnu Khan — We Are
Here, a Jewish folkdance
and musical ensemble of Is-
raelis who emigrated from
the Soviet Union, will
entertain.
Local advocacy programs
organized by the DSJC in-
clude Bar and Bat Mitzva
twinning with Soviet
Jewish youth, the Adopt-
a-Family program, a speak-
ers bureau, Soviet Jewry
newsletter, "action alerts"
about specific refusniks and
community-wide programs.
Members of the DSJC
also send packages to refus-
niks, place phone calls and
encourage travel to the
USSR to visit refusniks.
Joel D. Gershenson is
chairman of the DSJC, and
Gerald Rogers is associate
chairman.
For concert tickets, call
Beverly Yost at the Jewish
Community Council, 962-
1880.

Dr. Elazar to speak here

Dr. Daniel J. Elazar, pro-
fessor of political studies at
Bar-Ilan University and
president of the Jerusalem
Center for Public Affairs,
will be speaking as part of
the Israeli-American Inter-
cultural Lecture Series at 8
p.m. April 5 in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bloch.
Dr. Elazar will discuss
"Power-Sharing in the Ter-
. ritories: A New Solution."
This talk is held under the
auspices of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity. Admission is free,
and there will be no solicita-
tion of funds.

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Dr. Elazar has been asso-
ciated with Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity for over a decade,
heading its department of
political studies from 1975
to 1979, its Institute of
Local Government con-
tinuously since 1973, and
has been the incumbent of
its Sen. N.M. Paterson
Chair of Intergovernmental
Relations since 1975. -
He has been president of
the Jerusalem Center for
Public Affairs, a major

Daniel Elazar

think tank, since 1976, and
is a professor of political sci-
ence at Temple University
and director of its Center for
the Study of Federalism.
He received his PhD de-
gree from the University of
Chicago, and has taught
there as well as at the Uni-
versity of Illinois, the Uni-
versity of Minnesota and
the Hebrew University.
For reservations or in-
formation, call the Bar-Ilan
office, 398-7180.

Kaplans celebrate 50th

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
(Avis) Kaplan of Southfield
will be honored at a family
dinner this weekend on the
occasion of their 50th wed-
ding anniversary.
Their children are Mr.
and Mrs. Sanford (Rita)
Kaplan of Southfield and

The Kaplans

Dr. and Mrs. Seymour (Bar-
bara) Adelson of Southfield.
The senior Kaplans have
four grandchildren.

Kaplan is the former
president of State Sample
Co. He was graduated from
the Detroit College of Law
and was an assistant pro-
secuting attorney in De-
troit. He also was a Michi-
gan state tennis champion.

Mrs. Kaplan has been
active as a Braille trans-
criber, in Women's Ameri-
can ORT, in the Youth Edu-
cation League and in other
service organizations.
The couple was married
on March 25, 1934, in De-
troit.

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