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January 28, 1994 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-28

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in the necessary time frame, by
having worked under the U.S.
Social Security system for at
least 60 months and meet all
the other qualifications, should
also apply, as they might be able
to receive German Social Secu-
rity.
There may be an amount
that they have to pay into the
system, but this can only be de-
termined if they qualify and
have been accepted.

Marianne Wildstrom
Resettlement Service

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BAHM Has

Six Chavurot

On behalf of the Beth Abraham.
Hillel Moses Chavurah Com-
mittee, we would like to inform
your readership that we have
six vibrant, active and growing
chavurot at our synagogue.
Your article from Jan. 7 on area
chavurot programs neglected to
mention our synagogue's in-
volvement.
For the last five years we
have worked tirelessly to assist
our members in finding an ap-
propriate group relative to age,
family status, background, etc.,
to help our program grow suc-
cessfully. Many close friendships
have developed and prospered
due to this program's success at
our synagogue.
We hope that when this topic
is revisited, your paper will
include our synagogue and its
successful chavurot program.

Mindy Shuback
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses

Jewish, America
And Continuity

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It was most interesting to read
Laurence Imerman's Jan. 14
Community Views article, "Jew-
ish in America Meets the Chal-
lenge." I would also like to wish
the newlywed couple a mazel
toy on their recent marriage. I
hope that they will be an exam-
ple for their friends to emulate
and may they raise a family to
follow in their footsteps.
Mentioned in the article was

the history of Amy's family in
America. Going back one more
generation would add to our
knowledge of her family, since
the Jewish people are all immi-
grants to this land.
Finding out from where they
came would parallel Mr. Imer-
man's thoughts about Amy's
family's contributions to the
American scene.
Jewish people have always
enhanced the communities and
lands which they inhabited.
Jews were part of the fabric of
Persia, until a man named
Haman almost destroyed them.
Jews were the jewels of the
Spanish empire until their ex-
pulsion. Jews were the elite of
the German society until a man
named Hitler attempted to
annihilate us.
Let there be no misunder-
standing: we are a part of the
American society, but there was
and will be only one land that
we can call our home, and that
is Eretz Yisrael.
Should Amy ever travel to
Israel, which, I hope she and her
husband will, she will find a
land built and thriving because
of the resourcefulness of the
Jewish people.
We have withstood not seven
generations of history, but 5,000
years of history, beginning with
the life of Abraham.
I hope that Amy, and all
Jews, will take some time to
look through the history of our
people, decide to become an ac-
tive part of this generation and,
in this way, ensure our survival
for generations to come.

Vivienne S. Feigelman
Southfield

Yiddish Versus
Hebrew Language

The piece you carried on the
Yiddish language (Jan. 14) was
of the greatest importance. In
my opinion, Hebrew, not Yid-
dish, should be the common
language of Jews everywhere
for many reasons.
Hebrew is the official lan-
guage of the State of Israel, the

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