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April 21, 1978 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-21

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46 Friday, April 21, 1978

For the Finest

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Memorial Open at Auschwitz

The pavilion is called
AUSCHWITZ (JTA) —
Rain fell from leaden skies Jewish Martyrs History. It
on a crowd numbering in is a museum built on the
the thousands from 16 coun- site of former Block 27 of the
tries as a minister, of the death camp, containing
Call
Polish government cut a documents, photographs
ribbon Monday to officially and audio-visual material
open the Jewish pavilion at tracing the step-by-step ex-
the site of Auschwitz, the termination of Jews. It re-
Nazi death camp where at presents the first official
least 2.5 million Jews acknowledgement by the
perished during World War Polish authorities in the 33
357-1010
years since World War II
H.
that the principal victims at
Auschwitz were Jews.
Dr. Nahum Goldman,
past president of the
World Jewish Congress,
from Charlene & Andrew Rismann of
who headed one delega-
tion, spoke in Yiddish.
His voice was choked
with tears as he recalled
Diamonds & Fine Jeweig
bitterly the appeasement
128 S. Woodward, Birrn. (1st blk. S of aple
of the Nazis before World
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A mezuza was affixed to
the entrance of the pavilion
by R. Itzhak Arad, director
general of the Yad Vashem
Holocaust Memorial in
Jerusalem, and Jacob Sil-
berstein, secretary of the
Death Camp Survivors
Association. The delegates
visited the Birkenau section
of the Auschwitz complex
and placed a wreath on
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what was known as "death
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wall", a spot where Jews
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were tortured and executed.

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Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, will hear Sen.
Birch Bayh (D-Ind.) at its
annual installation hinch-
eon noon May 1 at the
Michigan Inn.

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member of the
A
Judiciary and Appropria-
tions Committees, Sen.
Bayh also serves as chair-
man of the Judiciary sub-
committee on Constitu-
tional Amendments. He
was the author of the 25th
and 26th Constitutional
Amendments regarding
Presidential succession and
disability and the 18-year-
- old vote. He also is involved
in the creation of the 27th
Amendment regarding
equal rights for women.
Sen. Bayh also chairs
the Judiciary subtom-
mittee on juvenile delin-
quency and is a subcom-
mittee chairman foi- the
Appropriations Commit-
tee.
Program chairmen for the
luncheon are Harriet Pre-
ntis and Carol Schwartz, as-
sisted by committee mem-
bers Judy Adelman, Carol

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Shaw Play Opens
at the Bonstelle

George Bernard Shaw's
"Arms and the Man" will _
open 8:30 p.m. April 28 at
the Bonstelle Theater. The
play, open for a two
weekend run, can be seen
8:30 p.m. Fridays and
Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sun-
days.
Tickets are available at
the Wayne State University
Theater box office in the
Hilberry Theater and at
Hudson's.
Meanwhile, the Hilberry
Theater will open its sum-
mer festival July 5. Three
plays opening on that day
are "The Amorous Flea,
"Bohikee Creek" and a chil-
dren's play, "Step on a
Crack." Among the summer
productions are "10 Little
Indians," "How the Other
Half Loves," "The Real In-
spector Hound" and "Red
Peppers." For brochures
and ticket information, call
the box office, 577-2972.

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