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September 18, 1987 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-18

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Working on the HiIlel campaign are Nate Rubenstein, Dr. Conrad Giles,
Mandell Berman, David Handelman and David Bittker.

Hillel Ground-breaking
Set For October 4

Construction will begin in
October for the new home of
the University of Michigan
Hillel Foundation.
A
ground-breaking
ceremony is scheduled for 2
p.m. Oct. 4 at the Hillel site,
1429 Hill Street in Ann Ar-
bor. A reception will follow at
the home of University of
Michigan President and Mrs.
Harold T. Shapira
The new 27,000-square-foot
facility is expected to be ready
for occupancy in the fall of
1988 and will serve an
estimated 1,500 Jewish
students each week with its
film, lecture, religious and
classroom programs.
With the move to a larger
building, Hillel will accom-
modate a greater number of
students with a chapel, a
library, a larger dining hall
for kosher meals, and a
400-seat performance hall,
which will replace the anti-
quated auditorium in the old
facility.
The $4.65 million capital
and endowment campaign is
being coordinated through
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion and its United Jewish
Charities.
More than 50 local leaders,
and alumni throughout the
U.S. have already pledged
more than $2.3 million.
Mandell L. Berman, Dr.
William Haber and Alan E.
Schwartz are honorary
chairmen of the fundraising
drive. Samuel Frankel, Joel
D. Tauber and Herbert S.
Wander are chairmen.
The U-M Hillel program is
one of the three largest cam-
pus HiEels in North America.
Its activities in the arts,
religion and Jewish and com-
munity action issues reach
the university's 6,000 Jewish
students — 11/2 percent of the
total Jewish student popula-
tion in the U.S.

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imm•••••1 NEWS frimm"""

5 Refuseniks To
_ Leave USSR

New York (JTA) — Five
more long-term Jewish
refuseniks and their families
have received permission to
emigrate from the Soviet
Union and will soon go to
Israel, the Long Island Com-
mittee Soviet Jewry (LICSJ)
reported last week.
The five — Lev Elbert of
Kiev; Lev Furman, Yosef
Radomyslsky and Abba
Taratuta, all of Leningrad;
and Anna Lichterova of Mos-
cow — were all first refused
permission to emigrate more
than 10 years ago.
Their permission follows
the announcement that four
other long-term refuseniks in-
cluding losif Begun and
Viktor Brailovsky also would
be allowed to emigrate. In ad-
dition, it was reported that
Australian Soviet Jewry ac-
tivist Isi Leibler had accepted
an official invitation to spend
Rosh Hashanah in Moscow as
a guest of the Jewish com-
munity center there. He is
believed to be the first non-
rabbi involved in interna-
tional Jewish affairs to
receive a formal invitation
from the USSR in the Gor-
bachev era.
More than 300 Jews who
became refuseniks at least 10
years ago remain in the
USSR, according to Lynn
Singer, LICSJ executive
director. She considered the
latest releases as a bid "to get
rid of the stars."

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