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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-16

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8 April 16, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Theological Seminary to Honor Rabbi Goldman of Baltimore

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NEW YORK — Rabbi Is-
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leader of Chizuk Amuno
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Congregation in Baltimore,
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was named the first recipi-
By Loading American
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and European Artists
ent of the Rabbi Max Arzt
* Featuring Original Graphics By * Distinguished Rabbinic
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Norman Rockwell
* Service Award.
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and LeRoy Neiman
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Dr. Gerson D. Cohen,
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Open 7 Days Weekly
Northland and Eastland Conti'. * America, will present the
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BOSTON (JTA) — Simon
Wiesenthal charged here
that focussing on the six
million Jews who were ex-
terminated by the Nazis
while ignoring five million
other people who were
slaughtered by the Nazis
has cost the Jews the friend-
ship of the families and
friends of the non-Jews who
were killed.
He emphasized, however,
that Jews everywhere
should regard themselves as
'survivors of the Holocaust
since the Nazis planned for
the systematic extermina-
tion of Jews in every coun-
try, including the United
States.
The famed Nazi-hunter,
who offered these observa-
tions in an address to some
1,100 persons at Boston's
Temple Israel, according to
a report in The Jewish Ad-
vocate, stated that a total of
11 million people lost their
lives in the Holocaust, in-
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that program in the central
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ued to occupy in the Con-
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est work, "Lifelong
Learning Among Jews," a
history of adult Jewish edu-
cation from biblical times to
the present, has just been
published.

RABBI I. M. GOLDMAN

dent at the seminary and
becoming its rabbi in 1926.
He guided the congregation
until 1948.
He has served as presi-
dent of the Baltimore Jew-
ish Council, the Baltimore
Zionist District, the Balti-
more Board of Rabbis and
the Jewish Historical So-
ciety of Maryland.
An early advocate of adult
education in the synagogue,
in 1940 he became the
founding director of the

Don't Ignore Non-Jews Who
Died in Holocaust: Wiesenthal

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ice June 6 at the Chizuk
Amuno Congregation.
The seminary, national
center of the Conservative
Movement in American Ju-
daism, established the -
award as a memorial to the
late Dr. Arzt, a distin-
guished alumnus of the
seminary and its vice-chan-
cellor for more than 25
years.
The presentation will
mark the 50th anniversary
of Rabbi Goldman's ordi-
nation as rabbi, teacher,
and preacher. On that oc-
casion, he will retire from
the active rabbinate, as-
suming the position of
rabbi emeritus of the Bal-
timore congregation.
In his long career Rabbi
Goldman has occupied only
one other pulpit. He was the
first leader of Temple
Emanu-El in Providence,
R.I., serving the infant con-
gregation while still a stu-

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He said the crimes com-
mitted by the Nazis were
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they pre-dated the war by
six years and should be
called "Nazi crimes."
Wiesenthal warned that
in three years, when the
statute of limitations ex-
pires, Nazis can be expected
to re-group and make an-
other bid for power, not nec-
essarily in Germany, but in
some other country. Unless
all people are constantly vig-
ilant, another Holocaust is
possible, he said.
In this connection, he
noted that the richest and
most powerful Nazi party is
now based in the U.S. — the
American Nazi Party. It fi-
nances the printing of hate
literature from Arlington,
Vat, Mt. Vernon, N.Y., and
Lincoln, Neb.
Wiesenthal termed Jew-
ish support of the American
Civil Liberties Union short-
sighted because the ACLU
defends the right of free
speech and press of the
party. By supporting the
ACLU, Jews are aiding and
abetting their own destruc-
tion, he said.

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