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November 07, 1986 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-07

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Berl Falbaum shows a zachor design to jewelers Steve, left,
and Howard Tapper.

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The Jewish Theological Seminary of America

on Reaching Its Centennial Year
Cordially Invites You To Attend

"A Day at the Seminary
In Detroit
One More Time."

Sunday, November 23, 1986

10:00 A.M. until 2:00 P.M.

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Class Selections

I. Instructor: Dr. David Kraemer

Assistant Professor of Talmud

Topic: "Are Mitzvot Really That Important?"

II. Instructor: Dr. Anne Lapidus Lerner

Dean of the Albert A. List College of Jewish Studies

Topic: "Reflections on the Akedah"

III. Instructor: Dr. Jack Wertheimer

Associate Professor of Jewish History

Topic: "Anti-Semitism . . . Is America Different?"

For further information and reservations, please call the

Detroit Seminary Office, 559-9112

This program has been made possible through the generosity of the Conservative Rabbis of
Metropolitan Detroit and Mandell Berman, Harold Berry, William Davidson, David Hermelin
and Philip Langwald,
There will be no solicitation of funds

24

Friday, November 7, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A native of Germany, he was
born one month after Kris-
tallnacht in 1938, and his
family fled the country ten
months later for Shanghai
"where you didn't need a
passport or formal papers."
Falbaum lived 91/2 years in
Shanghai, coming to the
United States in 1948.
His committee includes Dr.
Sidney Lutz, Leonard Fink,
Patti Liss, Gary Dembs,
Nathan Roth and Lois Zem-
mol, and the group is work-
ing with Tapper's Jewelry,
Douglas Schubot and other
jewelers in the Detroit area

to expand the project both
locally and nationally.
"I'd like to involve Elie
Wiesel in the project," Fal-
baum says, "but after he won
the Nobel Prize I'm sure I'll
never get through to him."
But Falbaum vows that he'll
try.
He believes that the zabhor
campaign has an ecumenical
aspect, that non-Jews as well
as Jews will wear zachor
jewelry and remember the
meaning of the word. "There
are universal lessons from
the Holocaust that we must
all remember," he says.



Shultz To Attend
Helsinki Accord Parley

Washington (JTA) -- Sec-
retary of State George Shultz
said last week that he will
"cmphasize - the Soviet
Union's violations of human
rights when he goes to Vien-
na for the 35-nation con-
ference to review the im-
plementation of the 1975
-Helsinki Accords.
"Arms control agreements
with a regime that violates
human rights cannot be truly
successful in guaranteeing in-
ternational security: . he said
in a speech to the Los Ang-
eles World Affairs Council.
The text of the speech, which
concentrated on the human
rights issue, was made avail-
able at the State Department.
"Governments which abuse
the rights of their own people
cannot be expected to act in
a more civilized manner
abroad,- Shultz said. For
tnis reason we emphasize
human rights issues in all our
official dealings with the
Soviet Union.-
Shultz said the United
States will raise the Soviet
Jewry and other human
rights issues at Vienna not
to score propaganda points,-
but to give an actual picture
of the situation in the USSR.

"For Soviet Jewry the
situation is bleak and de-
teriorating.** the Secretary
noted. "Jewish emigration in
1986 has fallen to the lowest
level in 20 years, down 98 per-
cent from the all-time high of
1979.-
While the Soviets claim
that those Jews who want to
emigrate have left. "we know
the names of 11,201 who have
applied for and been denied
permission to emigrate."
Shultz said.
"We can also confirm that
at least 380,000 additional
Soviet Jews would like to
leave the Soviet Union.-

Nurses Sign
New Salary
Agreement

lel Aviv (JTA) — Represen-
tatives of Israel's hospital
nurses last week signed the
new work and salary agree-
ment. after 24 hours of con-
tinuous negotiations and
what had become known as a
"zip-fastener" on-again off-
again strike lasting four
months.

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