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April 28, 1978 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-28

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6 Fridri, April 28, 1978

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and Jews circulated letters States are planning a Miami last weekend. The
to all its member organiza- counter-demonstration to damage was estimated at
tions requesting Christian the Nazi parade in Skokie $10,000.
attendance at Shaarit Hap- on June 25. The Nazis filed
A Roman Catholic church
laytah's service and urging for a parade permit last in Port Chester, N.Y. re-
Christians to wear a yellow week and the JWV sent ported that an Israeli flag it
Star of David armband in mailgrams to all its 100,000 had been flying
remind
emulation of King Chris- members urging that they us of the massacre "to
of the Six
be present.
tian of Denmark.
Million Jews" was removed
The Danish king's act of
The JWV plans to estab- from the flagpole.
defiance in 1943 forced the lish a tent city in Skokie to
The parish priest said
Nazis to rescind their order accomodate its members.
later that the flag was re-
requiring Danish Jews to
In the wake of last week's
turned
by two congregantS
wear the yellow Star of showing of the four-part
who were survivors of Rus-
David.
ABC-TV special sian camps.
Charles Benham of the "Holocaust," the network
Detroit Round Table reported that 120 million
The priest said the men
wrote, "With the re-
persons viewed the 954 hour blamed "the Jews" for their
surgence of Nazi voices dramatization.
arrest because the Russian
and the rising level of
police who had arrested
Some incidents of van-
awareness of the
them were Jewish. ABC's
Holocaust and its bitter dalism were reported late "Holocaust"
show had made
lessons to all peoples, we last week after the pro- them change their minds,
call your attention to this gram concluded. One car
the
priest
said.
opportunity to affirm on Ponchatrain in South-
Also over the weekend,
that Christians stand op- field was spray-painted
15,000 concentration camp
posed to the Nazis' anti- with swastikas and
survivors from West Ger-
Black and anti-Jewish obscenities last Friday
night, the first night of many, France and Poland
programs."
staged Germany's largest
Governor William G. Mil- Passover. Painted swas-
tikas
and broken win-
anti - Nazi demonstration
liken has proclaimed Sun-
day "Holocaust Memorial dows were reported at since the end of World War
II in Cologne.
Day" in Michigan. Temple Or-Olom in
Holocaust Remembrance
Day — Yom Hashoa — will
be celebrated Thursday in
Israel.
Participants in the
Shaarit Haplaytah
Holocaust Academy will in-
clude president Abraham
Weberman and chairman
Sonia Popowski; Jack
Waksberg-, John Shepherd
of the Jewish Community
Council; Irwin Deutch,
Holocaust Memorial Cen-
ter Committee; Gustav Be-
renholz, president, and
Rabbi Morton S. Yolkut of
Bnai David; Simon
Schwarzberg; Sally Fields
and Rabbi Charles
Rosenzveig of Shaarit Hap-
laytah.
Members of the Wayne State University Hillel
Mrs Popowski will lead a Foundation participated in a telethon last week to
candlelighting ceremony contact student contributors to the Allied Jewish
and Cantors Hyman Adler Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund. Shown are, from
of Bnai David and Shabtai left, Burt Kideckel, Margie Jacobson, Larry Kritzer
Ackerman of Cong. Beth and Laura Lazarus. The students also raised more
Abraham Hillel Moses, ac- than $175 for the Campaign through a used book sale
companied by Karen Green, April 9.
will sing memorial rendi-
tions.
Bloch-Rose Post of the
Jewish War Veterans and
Troop 23 of the Boy Scouts
will present the colors.
Similar programs have
been scheduled through-
out the week in New
York, Cincinnati,
Chicago, Washington
and Silver Spring, Md.
Meanwhile, the Jewish
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Preparing for the spring conference of the Michi-
gan Branch of the Women's League for Conservative
Judaism to be held May 9 and 10 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, are, from left: Roberta Weisswasser, registra -
tion chairman; Sharlene Ungar, president; Rena To-
bes, conference chairman; and Fredell Whiteman,
conference coordinator. The theme for the two-day
donference will be "The Ch.11eage of the Present and
the Future." Mrs. M. Milton Perry, national president
will be the consultant speaker. Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Sisterhood is the host abderbood. For information and
reservations, call Mrs. Welaawasser, 537-9675; or vice
chairman, Mrs. Daniel Knopper, 6280178.

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