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August 23, 1974 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Senior Adult Council
of the 10 Mile Jewish Center
will present its 2nd Annual
Volunteer of the Year Award
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Sept. 12
at the Main Jewish Center.
The luncheon will honor
the senior adult volunteer,
who has given the most of his
or her time and service
throughout the year to the
activities for senior adults
at the Jewish Center branch.
Max Sosin will be toast-
master. Entertainment will
Editor, The Jewish News,
doesn't know where we got
Regarding the letter pf our information. We clearly be provided by Cantor Hy-
man Adler, Hal Gordon and
Charles Upfal in last week's stated our source.
Sammy Wolfe. There is an
Jewish News:
All the material used in our admission charge. •
Mr. Charles Upfal says he Aug. 8 program was taken
from "The Extermination of
500,000 Jews in the Warsaw Nursery Program
BY POPULAR DEMAND!
Ghetto," published by the
American Council of Warsaw Sets Open House
Now Booking . . .
Jews and the American
T h e Gladtime Nursery,
ED BURG
Friends of Polish Jews, New which meets at Young Israel
and His Orchestra
York, 1944.
_
of Oak-Woods, will have– an
851-6118
This report received by open house all-day Wednes-
World Jewish Congress was day at the synagogue.
reprinted in "A Treasury of
The nursery offers a pre-
Jewish Folklore," edited by school program for children
Nathan Ausubel, and may be age 2 1/2-5. Children need not
found on page 245 of that be toilet trained.
book. The report is claimed
Jewish content is also in-
to be an eyewitness account
and we personally have no cluded in the program.
The classes are limited to
reason to doubt this
18
children per day. The
There is little doubt that
the Jews of the ghetto receiv- child may be enrolled for
ed some help from the Polish two, three or five afternoon
underground, both in man- sessions per week.
For information, call teach-
power, and in arms and mu-
nitions. Nowhere in our ac- ers Gladys Rabinowitz, 557-
count did we say the assist- 5132, or Natalie 'Yellin, 398-
ance was massive or even 7850.
great.
Flying ' rumors have no
Mr. Upfal says that less
than a fraction of one per trouble at all making a land-
cent of the Polish people ing.
were involved, and we re-
spect his thinking. There was
nothing in our source mater-
ial that revealed these statis-
tics, if they were ever known.
JULES and MARY ABRAMS
Producers of WIID's
"Rozhinkes Mit Mandlen."

Friday, August 23, 1974-35

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Tarockoff of Hessel Ave. will
celebrate their 57th wedding anniversary Sunday at a fam-
ily dinner given by their children. Residents of Detroit for
60 years, the Tarockoffs were married Aug. 25, 1917. The
Tarockoffs have five children, 11 grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

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