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November 01, 1985 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-01

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Contest Examines

Refuseniks' Plight

The Education Committee for
Soviet Jewry is accepting
entries for its second annual
essay contest for day school and
Hebrew school students.
Essays should be typed,
double-spaced and submitted to
the students' day or Hebrew
school by Dec. 5. The Jewish
News will select some of the
winning entries for publication.
The contest is being conducted
in conjunction with former
Soviet prisoner of conscience
Yosef Mendelevich's visit to De-
troit.
Theme of the contest is the
plight of the refuseniks.
Entrants may write on one of
the following categories:
Elementary students: Write a
short letter to a refusenik fam-
ily about yourself, family and
studies without references to
politics or immigration.
All other students:
• What do the Helsinki Ac-
cords and the Universal Dec-
laration of Human Rights prom-
ise? How have the Soviets lived
up to these international
agreements?
• What can you as an Ameri-
can Jewish student do that a
student in the Soviet Union
cannot?
• Respond to the question:
Why have my family members
chosen to be active Jews in spite
of the dangers? Use as examples
Anatoly
of
fates
the
Shcharansky, Iosif Begun and
Ida Nudel.
• The Soviet government atti-
tude toward Jews is shown by
the monument at Babi Yar.
What happened there and why
is it particularly painful to you
as a Jew to see that monument?
• How would you feel and
think as a Jewish refusenik and
imprisoned in a Soviet Labor
camp?

Sinai Offers

Why is

You are cordially invited to attend
the dedication of the Morris and Sarah Friedman
Conference Room, Center for Yiddish Studies
and
the Inaugural Lecture of the annual
Morris and Sarah Friedman Lecture
on Yiddish Language and Culture given by
Dr. Herbert H. Paper,
Professor of Linguistics and Near Eastern Languages,
Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati
Sunday, November 3, 1985 at 1:30 p.m.
at the United Hebrew Schools Building
21550 W. Twelve Mile Road, Southfield

LOCAL NEWS

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MALL

Mon.-Sat. 10-5
855-2114
West
Bloomfield

Valet Parking

Sinai Hospital of Detroit will
offer valet parking service be-
ginning Monday. Valet parking
will be available 'Monday
through Friday from 6 a.m. to 6
p.m. at the Fisher entrance on
the McNichols (Six Mile) Rd.
side of the hospital.
Inpatients on their day of ad-
mission and discharge, and out-
patients on the day of surgery,
may use the valet service at no
charge. Valet parking coupons
will be mailed to incoming
patients before they arrive at
the hospital. There is a charge
for all others.

City Of Hope Group
Elects Officers

Greater Detroit Chapter, City
of Hope, elected Dr. Alan D.
Dorfman president at its recent
meeting.
Elected with him were: Sam
Jannett and Leo Papp, vice
presidents; Danielle Allan, re-
cording secretary; Claire Miller,
treasurer; and Robert Berman,
chairman of the board.

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