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October 10, 1975 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-10

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tctOber10,Iii5 41

THEDETROITJEV

World Assembly of Veterans
Dedicated to Furthering Ideals

TEL AVIV The World
Assembly of Jewish War
Veterans in Jerusalem in
January will hear a delega-
tion of Soviet immigrants
who served in the army of
the USSR.
The delegation is expected
to include several high-
ranking Russian olim, now
living in Israel. The Assem-

FRANK PAUL

and His ORCHESTRA

"Music and entertainment at ifs Best
for Your Guests"

557-7986

JACK BARNES

bly aims are "to demon-
strate Jewish solidarity and
manifest identification and
support of Israel, on the oc-
cassion of the 30th anniver-
sary of the victory over the
Nazis."

The meeting, Jan. 25-30,
will be held in the Jerusa-
lem Convention Center.
Former Israel Foreign
Minister Abba Eban wrote
the following article in con-
junction with the upcoming
Assembly:


Jewish Wartime
Efforts Recalled

By ABBA EBAN

DANCE CENTER

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It is difficult even now to
remember how short was
the time within which the
Nazi tyranny ravaged the
life of a generation.

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New waves of hope and
confidence flowed into every
home throughout the length
and breadth of the world in
which the heritage and trad-
itions of the Jewish people
were still cherished and pre-
served.

Jewish history will for-
ever be dominated by this
fantastic transition from
tragedy to triumph, from
the depths of misery and
suffering to new heights of
sovereign pride. The
emergence of Israel is the
answer of historical des-
tiny to the Nazi design for
Jewish extinction.

Jews who fought against
Hitler, whether under the
flag of the Jewish Brigade
— the first augury of a sov-
ereign Israeli army, or in
the armies of the Allied
Nations who came together
for the destruction of the
Nazi plague, have a special
duty to keep these memo-
ries alive.
There is a deep underly-
ing logic in the reunion,
after 30 years, of Jews who
fought against Hitler. Em-
pit-es 'rise and fall, but there
is no assurance that the de-
feat of one tyranny will for-
ever prevent its recurrence
in different form or degree.
Fundamental human
rights and freedoms still
need vigilant protection.
The poison of anti-Jewish
prejudice has still not been
stamped out. Above all Is-
rael, Jewish history's deci-
sive answer to Hitler; the
home, arena and sanctuary
of Jewish creativity has
lived all its life embattled,
without knowing a single
consecutive month of per-
fect peace.
It is, therefore no mere
nostalgia that will bring to-
gether the veterans of the
anti-Hitler war. It is both a
covenant of memory and a
pledge to keep the fight
going, to labor, to struggle,
to defend, to resist until a
world is established in
which all vestiges of Hitler-
ite tyranny will seem incre-
dible to succeeding genera-
tions of mankind.

DEPARTMENT OF
MICHIGAN will sponsor a

social, "The Freilakh Frolic"
8:30 p.m. Saturday at the
JWV Memorial Home. Pros-
pective members are in-
vited. Dancing and refresh-
ments will highlight the
evening. For reservations
and information, call the
JWV office, 559-5680, or
department junior vice pres-
ident, Donna Green,
538-0183 after 5 p.m.
* * *

Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute will have its first oneg
Shabat of the new year 8:45
p.m. tonight at the Labor
Zionist Institute.
President Robert Benyas
will present Adam Simms,
community affairs associate
with the Jewish Community
Council, who will speak on
"Soviet Jewry."
Refreshments will be
served, and guests are in-
vited. For information, call
the institute, 626-9565.

land County Youth Home
from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday.
Miriam Lawrence, chair-
man, announces a program
of entertainment will be
presented, and refresh-
ments and gifts will high-
light the afternoon. To vol-
unteer, call Ms. Lawrence,
UN 2-1467, evenings, or the
JWVA office, 559-5680. The
auxiliary will join the post
for a meeting 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday at the JWV Memo-
rial Home. The film, "Be
Good to Yourself," will be
presented by the Heart As-
sociation. Friends are in-
vited. For information, call
the post commander, Louis
Wagner, VE 6-4316, eve-
nings, or the auxiliary presi-
dent, Belle Letzer, 557-3372.
Refreshments and a social
will follow.
* * *

ABE CHEROW, President

The Jewish Community
Center's annual Mother-
Daughter Weekend will be
held Oct. 1749, at Camp Ta-
marack in Ortonville.
Weekend activities in-
clude hiking, arts and
crafts, sports, and a special
Shabat program. Complete
lodging, meals, transporta-
tion, and all activities are in-
cluded in the fee.
To register for the week-
end, contact the Center
group services office,

341-1200.

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JNF Uses Planes
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DEPARTMENT STORE FOR CHILDREN

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in the future.
The planes, which hold 10
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From the havoc and de-
bris of that war the Jewish
people arose, bleeding from
millions of wounds. Yet,
within a few years of that
unprecedented disaster the
Jewish people had estab-
lished itself in the Family of
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