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May 11, 1990 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-05-11

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I NEWS 1

STREET WISE

With Style Magazine

You can now purchase copies of the colorful, in-
formative Style home magazine from these con-
venient locations:

(MACHON L'TORAH

The Jewish Learning Network
of Michigan
is pleased to announce

A Grand Sefer Torah Dedication



In memory

— SOUTHFIELD —

of

Spitzer's

Harvard Row

Rosi
Young

American Newstand

Tel 12 Mall

-

Diamond Market

26020 W. 12 Mile

Seven-Eleven

and

Franklin Rd.
South of Twelve Mile

Smith Drugs

Border's Book. Store

9/Lahser

Southfield & Thirteen Mile

Phil '13' Pharm.

Efros Rx

Evergreen & Twelve Mile

Greenfield & Ten Mile

— W. BLOOMFIELD —

Efros Rx

Bloomfield Apothecary

Orchard Lk. & Maple

Drake & Walnut Lake

Downing Rx

in honor

of

Max
Young

Walnut Lk. W of Inkster

— BLOOMFIELD HILLS —

Devon Drugs

Telegraph and Long Lake

— OAK PARK —

Seven-Eleven

Lincoln Rx

Lincoln E. of Greenfield

Coolidge & Lincoln

Bornstein Bookstore

Oak Park Book Center

Greenfield & Ten Mile

Nine Mile & Coolidge

— BIRMINGHAM —

Metro News

Telegraph & Maple

— FARMINGTON HILLS —

Efros Rx

Seven-Eleven

Grand River & Drake

Orchard Lk. & Thirteen Mile

Warren Rx

Country Ridge
Market

Middlebelt & Fourteen Mile

By their family and friends

Mr. & Mrs. Allen Charlupski
Mr. & Mrs. Lazer Dorfman
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Dorfman
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Glazier
Mr. & Mrs. George Weiss
Mr. & Mrs. Harry Young
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Torgow
Mr. & Mrs. Izaak Blechman
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Weinberger
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Blechman
Mr. & Mrs. Martin Gene
Mr. & Mrs. Eddy Barak
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Goss

Celebration to take place on Sunday, June
3, 1990. Procession will begin at 1 P.M.
from the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Josef
Nusbaum, 15041 Burton, Oak Park and
proceed to Machon L'Torah, 15221 W. 10
Rd., Oak Park.

Haggerty and 14 Mile Rd.

— NOVI —

Border's Book Store

Novi Rd. & 1 96

-

THE JEWISH NEWS

No

66

Iteitkvt 4,tve

FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1990

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Soviet Tourists
Flock To Israel

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The air-
ways between Moscow and
Tel Aviv are crowded these
days, even though the flights
are not direct and not all the
travelers are Soviet Jews
immigrating to Israel.
There are many tourists
visiting Israel now from the
Soviet Union, ranging from
Jews coming to visit
relatives or to check out the
country for possible future
aliyah, to non-Jews, mem-
bers of official or profes-
sional delegations and
exchange students.
For olim, travel ar-
rangements are relatively
simple. They are made for
them by the Israeli consular
mission in Moscow, and the
Jewish Agency pays for their
tickets.
They have but to hoard the
Aeroflot plane in Moscow
and change to another car-
rier at whatever Eastern
European city is designated
the transit point.
In their travel, the new
immigrants encounter
relatively few difficulties
until they land at Ben-
Gurion Airport. Then, they
begin to confront the Israeli
bureaucracy, the struggle to
learn Hebrew and the for-
midable task of finding
housing and jobs.
For the tourists, travel is
the big hurdle.
Before glasnost, few Soviet
citizens could leave the
country. Now that they may,
there is no one to warn them
of the pitfalls of foreign
travel.
Surprisingly, they are able
to afford the trip. Though
salaries are low in the Soviet
Union, there is so little to
buy these days that spare
cash is available.
Whatever money is spent
on the trip is more than
recouped in finds in elec-
tronic equipment and other
rare consumer goods, which
are brought home and resold
on the black market.

Senate Stops
Wife Of Rabbi

Washington (JTA) —
Rachel Sorotzkin, the wife of
an Israeli rabbi, was barred
from delivering the two-
minute daily prayer in the
U.S. Senate on Wednesday
because she is not a member
of the "United States clergy
serving American religious
denominations."
The criteria that barred
Sorotzkin's prayer was es-
tablished in a 1977 docu-

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