n Friday, April 14, 1978
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Campaign Report Meeting Due
Section leaders of the
1978 Allied Jewish
cy Fund will be honored at
the second of two Campaign
report meetings, on Sunday
in the Studio Theatre of the
Jewish Community Center
in West Bloomfield. The
meeting will begin with a present post in 1973, he
continental breakfast at served as head of the
Division leaders will re- Department of the Gen-
port on their workers' prog- eral Staff.
ress to date in soliciting con-
During the 10 days fol-
tributors to the Campaign.
Guest speaker will be lowing the report meeting,
Major General Shlomo
Gazit, director of military secure as many pledges as
intelligence for- the Israel
paign closing April 26 at
A member of Israel's Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
armed forces since 1944, Moses.
Campaign workers on all
when he enlisted in the
Palmach, General Gazit levels participated in a tele-
has served in military in- thon effort April 10 and 13.
telligence positions since The telethon will continue
1964. Before assuming his Tuesday and Thursday.
N.W. corner of 13 Mile and Farmington Rd., Farmington Hills, Mich.
Radomer Contributes $4,000
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24175 Northwestern Hwy.
Key International Bldg
Soo , of 10
Shown at the check presentation are, from left, Al
Sherman, Mae Weintraub, Jack Sherman, Rita Ager,
Nathan Wolok, Morris Friedman, Louis Lumberg,
Helen Greenberg, Morris Greenberg and Shirley Fin-
The Radomer Aid Society
has contributed $4,000 to
the Allied Jewish
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26 C. )•
cy Fund in honor of four
couples who recently celeb-
rated their 50th wedding
anniversaries. The couples
are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Wolok, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Lmmitnimri, Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Greenbaum and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wein-
Wolok is president of the
society, which, with more
than 100 members, is one of
the largest and most active
in the Detroit area. Since its
beginning in 1920, the
charitable and social or-
ganization has been helping
needy Jews throughout the
Morris Friedman, a
past president of the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign's
accepted the check at a
cocktail party for the
four honored couples at
the North Miami Beach
winter home of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Ager.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolok are
hosting an open meeting of
the Radomer Aid Society on
Tuesday in honor of their
golden wedding anniver-
sary. The meeting will
begin at 9 p.m. at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Jerome B.
Greenbaum, chairman of
the Metropolitan Division,
Wolok, and Messrs. and Mes-
dames Sol Wolok. Henry Woloh,
Louis Boss, Irving Pianko and
son Michael, Morris Greenberg,
L011111 Lumberg„ Joe Weintraub,
Joseph - Finkel, Sam Ager,
Hyman Greenbaum, Simon
Berman, Joe Wisotski, Jack
Sherman, AI Sherman, Robert
Dorn and Mrs. Abe Trifler of To-
ronto and Mrs. Beene Sikora.
This Holocaiist Memorial Center —.the only
one outside of Yad Veshem in Jerusalem, Israel
— is being made possible through voluntary
contributions. The cost of this project is esti-
mated to be one million dollars. $350,000 has
already been donated. We appeal to everyone
to give us a helping hand in order to speedily
complete this sacred historic project. We have
confidence that you will want to participate in
the building of this historic Holocaust Memorial
Center and thus take part in securing the mem-
ory and lessons of the Holocaust.
To permit the murder of six million Jews and
millions of non-Jews by the Nazis to be forgot-
ten would serve the objectives of the murder-
ers and be an offense to the memory of the
murdered. Not to perpetuate the memory of
our murdered people in an institutional manner
is to help the murderers eradicate the traces of
their monstrous crimes.
The Holocaust Memorial Center will serve as
a reminder of the life and martyrdom of the European Jewish Community
and as a living testimony to the society of mankind what man can and did do
to his fellow men when democratic checks and balances are denied to a
Thousands of Jewish communities; six million of our fathers and
mothers, brothers and sisters, sons and daughters, perished in the gas
chambers of Nazi Germany. The Nazis in theiF bestial design not only
.snuffed out the lives of our dear and near ones but also denied any trace of
their whereabouts in death. In this Holocaust Memorial Center the Euro-
pean Jewish communities and the six million Jews will find a living expres-
sion through which the story and lessons of the Holocaust will be integ-
rated into our lives.
The European Jewish Community, our brothers and sisters, were alone
and without help during the Holocaust. Let us at least make possible the
preservation of their martyrdom and identity. Help us preserve the mem-
ory and lessons of the Holocaust to all of mankind. This is our sacred duty.
History would never forgive us for relinquishing this duty of ours. Con-
versely, history will forever be grateful to us for preserving in a tangible
institutional manner the memory and lessons of the Holocaust.
4100.00 Room named in memory or
Hall of Martyrdom
All contributions will be recorded for per-
petuity In the Inside walls of the Memorial
Memorial Center Committee In Formation
Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzweig, Director
Leon Halpern, Chairman
Cantor Shabatai Ackerman Mrs. Julius Feigelman Harry Laker
Rabbi Milton Arm
Dr. Leon Fill
Mrs. Max Stollman
Jack Waks berg
Alan Jay Kaufman
Irwin Jay Deutch
Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzveig Martin S. Water
Rabbi Irving Schnipper
Please make checks payable to:
Memorial Center, 3811 West Twelve Mlle Road, Berkley, Michigan 48072.
All contributions are tax deductible.
For further Information please call 559-3849.