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May 08, 1987 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-08

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and Sue Tyner of Birming-
ham and Leonard and Sylvia
Rouff of Southfield. Proud
great-grandmothers are Jean
Tyner, Ceil Radner and Rose
Deutelbaum. Alana Jamie is
named in loving memory of
her maternal great-grand-
father, Joseph Radner, and
her paternal great-grand-
mother, Fannie Rouff.
APRIL 8 — Jay and Dayle
(Weingarden) Prinstein of
Southfield are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Rachel Sara, sister
to Justin Michael. Proud
grandparents are George and
Libby Weingarden and Allen
and Vivian Prinstein. Thril-
led great-grandmother is Be-
ssie Davidson. Rachel Sara is
named in loving memory of
her maternal grandmother,
Shirley Davidson and pater-
nal great-grandmother,
Fanny Prinstein.
APRIL 7 — Michael and
Stacey Crane (Milberger) of
Southfield are delighted to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Sarah Pauline.
Grandparents are Barbara
and Mickey Milberger and
Ilene and Harris Crane.
Happy great-grandparents
are Adeline and Joe Frem-
land of St. Paul, Minn.

MARCH 19 — Jay and
Helene (Brodsky) Brody of
West Bloomfield are happy to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Rachel Leah, sister
to Stuart Samuel. Proud
grandparents are Herman
and Dina Brodsky of Hun-
tington Woods and Robert
and Rhea Brody of Birming-
ham. Delighted great-grand-
mother is Isabel Orley.
Rachel Leah is named in lov-
ing memory of her maternal
great-grandmother, Rose
(who was known by her He-
brew name, Rochel Leah)
Konikof.

JAN. 30 — Stanley and Sha-
ron (Levenson) Greenblatt of
Oak Park happily announce
the birth of their son, Joel.
Proud grandparents are
Hyman and Evelyn Levenson
and Ida Greenblatt. Joel is
named in loving memory of
his paternal grandfather,
Hyman Greenblatt.
— Ted Strunck and Jane
Rosenberg Strunck of Royal
Oak happily announce the
adoption of Stephanie Lin,
sister to Jesse Alan. Happy
grandparents are Ted and
Esther Strunck of South Lyon
and Nat and Dorothy Rosen-
berg of Farmington Hills.

Sharansky Addresses
N.Y.'s Solidarity Rally

New York (JTA) — An at-
mosphere of renewed but
cautious hope prevailed in
last Sunday's annual Solidar-
ity Sunday demonstration
here where an estimated
200,000 people turned out to
march for the freedom of
Soviet Jewry.
Natan Sharansky, who led
the massive demonstration
on its march from Central
Park to the United Nations
with other prominent former
refuseniks, Jewish leaders
and Mayor Ed Koch, caution-
ed against false optimism.
"On this Solidarity Sunday,
we confront two unmerciful
enemies which threaten to
destroy our Jewish solidari-
ty," said Sharansky, who wore
a green Israeli Army cap. The
repressive dictatorial system
of the Soviet Union in the
feeling of despair on the part
of Soviet and world Jewry are
the two enemies Sharansky
named.
But Sharansky warned
that the feeling of despair is
giving way to false hopes and
unwarranted optimism about
the fate of Soviet Jews. "It is
the feeling of false optimism
that makes us think the
struggle is over before the
victory is reached," he said.
Sharansky said the false

optimism is perceived by
Jews in the Soviet Union as
hurting their cause, and
have met with trepidation in-
side the Soviet Union.

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717 Soviet Jews
Leave In April

New York (JTA) — Jewish
emigration from the Soviet
Union in April totalled 717, of
whom 168 went to Israel, the
National Conference on
Soviet Jewry reported last
week.
Through all of 1987, 1,431
Soviet Jews have emigrated,
a total which already exceeds
those of the previous four
years. In 1983, 1,314 Soviet
Jews emigrated; in 1984, 896;
in 1985, 1,140; and in 1986,
914. Soviet Jewish emigra-
tion in 1982 was 2,688. The
peak year was 1979, when
51,320 left.
Meanwhile, NCSJ also
reported that several other
Soviet Jews have received
good news. Prisoner of Con-
science Yuli Edelshtein has
been told he will be released
from prison, and Aleksey
Magarik, who will then
become the final POC, has
had his term halved to end
in September.

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