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March 21, 1969 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26—Friday, March 21, 1969

Midnight Memorial Vigil to Recall
Tragedy of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Detroit's annual commemoration
of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
will be observed this year in the
form of a "Midnight Memorial
Vigil" March 29 at the Jewish
Center.
Announcement of the event,
which is arranged annually by the
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit, was made by
Council President Judge Lawrence
Gubow.
Beginning at 11:30 p.m. March

1llissHorn,31r. Robinson
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Colleen Queen Esther
at Kosher St. Pat's Day

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Body to Talk Here


Julius Schatz, director of the
Commission on Jewish Affairs of • •
the American Jewish Congress, •
will speak 8:30 p.m. Thursday at
Cong. Beth Acnim. His lecture, •
"The Search for Jewish Survival:
Crisis and Challenge in a Chang-
ing World," is open to the public •
at no charge under the joint aus
pices of the synagogue's adult edu-
cation program and the Michigan
Council of AJCongress.
Schatz is associate chairman of
both the Nation-
al Council on
Adult Jewish
Education and
the National Jew-
ish Music Coun-
cil and is on the
executive c o m-
mittees of the
Jewish Book
Council and the
Council of Art in
Jewish Life. He Schatz
also serves as film coordinator for
the National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council and is
honorary chairman of the Council
on Jewish Audio-Visual Materials.
He has contributed articles to
many publications.
Co-chairmen of the program are
Bernard Panush of Beth Achim
and Mrs. Allen Berlin of AJCon-
gress. Working with them are Dr.
Manuel Feldman, president of
Beth Achim, and Harley M. Sell-
ing, president of Michigan Coun-
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League of Yiddish Sons of Erin,
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Ireland, celebrated a kosher St.
Patrick's Day at a New York res-
taurant, combined with a slightly
belated Purim festival. Marsha
Coleman, a student at Montgomery
Junior College in Silver Spring,
Md., reigned as "Colleen Queen
Esther" at the festivities. She and
her parents were born in Ireland
where her late grandfather, J. T.
Clein, was registrar of births, mar-
riages and deaths for the city of
Cork. _

29 and lasting for one hour, the
vigil is dedicated to the memory
of the Six Million and the martyrs
of the Warsaw Ghetto who revolt-
ed against the German army and
Nazi oppression in April 1943 on
the first night of Passover. The
Warsaw Ghetto tragedy symboliz-
ed the end of a chapter in Jewish
history spanning over 500 years.
The Detroit presentation is
under the auspices of the Coun-
cil's culture commission, of which
Edwin G. Shifrin is chairman.

Detroit League of CARIH (Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital) announces an open
meeting with member chapters
noon Wednesday at the Whitehall
Apartments Clubhouse.
The council of presidents will be
honored. A petite luncheon will be
served.
The story of CARIH will be re-
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