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August 16, 1974 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-16

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PARIS (JTA)—The Egyp-
tian and French presidents
are due to exchange visits to
each other's country before
the end of the year.

Yellow Badge, Tragic Mementos
Symbols from Bozich Museum

ON WINGS
In inflation the buying pow-
er of a dollar fails to keep up
with its good-buying power.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 16, 1974-15

FAMILY PROBLEM
Any vacation is about half
anticipation and the other
JERUSALEM (JTA) — half figuring a way to af-
The Jewish Agency's aliya ford it.
department has arranged a
A good many people create
program for olim to help de-
their own lack of opportuni-
velopment towns.
ties.
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the Kibutz Ulpan at Hulda
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Beersheba, refurbishing and
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YELLOW BADGE SUPERIMPOSED ON HISTORIC
PHOTO OF VICTIMS OF NAZISM

Stanley J. Bozich, whose
World War II War Crimes
Museum closed recently be-
cause of lack of support,
stated this week that his col-
lection includes 45 remaining
samples of the tragic me-
mento — the Yellow Badge
which the Nazi victims were
compelled to wear from Sept.
19, 1941, until the end of the
Hitler terror.
His collection includes the
badges with the simple "J"
and those imposed upon Jews
in the lands under Nazi dom-
ination: Jude in Germany,
-.Tuff in France and Jood in
Holland.
In Poland, Bozich explains,
the Warsaw Ghetto sufferers
were compelled to wear blue
bands with white stars.

Rozich has f r a m e d the
available stars, for those
seeking mementos of the Hit-
ler terror, at $15. He can be
reached at 38146 Jamestown
Drive, Sterling Heights, Mich.

48077.

The aliya department also
reported that it had formed
two libraries of Russian and
Spanish books to serve Soviet
and South American olim in
hostels in the Nazareth and
Nahariya areas. Further li-
braries in Russian and Span-
ish are planned for Dimona
and Arada and two mobile
libraries to service the north
and south of the country
traveling from hostel to hos-
tel also are planned.

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