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November 03, 1978 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-03

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Krtstallnacht Commemoration Urged

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STUDIO
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NEW YORK — A Con-
servative leader has urged
observance of the 40th an-
niversary of Kristallnacht.
Rabbi Saul Teplitz,
president of the Rabbinical
Assembly, said "Nov. 10
will mark the 40th anniver-

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shattering of remaining il-
lusions. The Nazis were out
to destroy the Jews reli-
giously, economically and
culturally.
"Not the least of the les-
sons of Kristallnacht is that
the Nazis, fully unmasked,
suffered little adverse in-
ternational reaction, a les-
son that was not lost on
them
"In their determination
that they shall live, the
Jews have reason to re-
member Kristallnacht. It
might be appropriate to do
so on this date by focusing
on the central institution
the Nazis tried to destroy —
the synagogue — and by re-
citing at services, this Fri-
day, Nov. 10, 1978, Psalm
79 and Ezekiel 37:1-4."

sary of Kristallnacht, the
dark night from whose
events some historians date
the start of the Holocaust.
"On the pretext created
by the shooting of a German
diplomat in Paris by a de-
spairing young Jew, the
Nazis, that night in 1938,
launched a carefully or-
ganized rampage. They set
synagogues to the torch and
ordered fire-fighting serv-
ices to act only if the flames
spread to non-Jewish prop-
erty; they arrested every
male Jew between the age
of 16 and 60; and they level-
led a fine of one billion
marks against Jewish prop-
erty.
"If this savagery fell short
of what was to come later, it
was, for many Jews who had
still hoped, a turning point.
The smashed windows of
Jewish shops and depart-
ment stores — their very
quantity residual evidence
of a proud, prosperous
Jewish community — re-
flected the the traumatic

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UJA Anniversary
Marked in Israel

On this historic occasion, the opening of the
New Shaare Zedek Media Center in Jerusalem,
we would like to express sincere appreciation to
our many friends in Detroit for their concern and
assistance.

Many thanks to the officers of the Detroit
Friends of Shaare Zedek Hospital.

Rabbi Joshua Sperka Alex Roberg Mrs. Julius Feigelman

Hugo Apt

Vice President

Chairman

President

Salek Lessman Irving Nusbaum

Chairman

Chairman

Dedication Dinner

Fundraising Committee

Treasurer

Mrs. Helen Rosenfeld

Membership Chairman

To the Founders:

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Allan
Mrs. Betty Barcus
Louis and David S. Cooper
Detroit Friends of Shaare Zedek Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Krakovits
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lessman
Mr. and Mrs. Max Nosanchuk

Mrs. Pearl Nosanchuk
Mr. and Mrs. N.P. Rossen
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shenkman
Mrs. Morris Schaver
Rabbi and Mrs. Joshua S.
Sperka
Mr. Phillip Stollman

To the donors of projects which will
be dedicated on November 9th 1978
9 Bed Dialysis Unit
Detroit Friends

Detroit Friends
Mr. & Mrs. Norman Allan
Mrs. Rose Amber
Mrs. Betty Barcus
Mrs. Herman K. Cohen
Mr. Willard Cohodas
Louis and Daniel S. Cooper
Mr.s & Mrs. Louis HoroWitz
Krakovits-Herczog-Schwarz Families
Salek and Nora LeSSMan
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Nosanchuk
Mr. & Mrs. Max Nosanchuk
Mrs. Pearl Nosanchuk
_ Mr. & Mrs. Irving Nusbaum
Mr. & Mrs. Sam Platt &
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Platt
Dr. Herman Poster
Mr. & Mrs. Julius Ring
Cantor & Mrs. A.A. Rosenfeld
Rothschild-Hertz Families
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Shenkman

Rabbi Joshua Sperka

United Jewish Social Club
Mr. Irving Weiss
Anonymous Donor

The Rehabilitation Workshop
Research Project, Geriatric Services
Physician's Room, Dialysis
Classroom & Playroom, Pediatric Department
Chief Nurse's Office
Coronary Care Bed
The X-Ray Archives-Institute of Radiology
Chief Nurse's Office
Dialysis Solution & Preparation Room
Three Bed Patient Room
Study Room, Audio-Visual Services
Three-Bed Patient Room, Rehabilitation Center
Secretary's Office & Reception Room
Workshops, Nuclear Medicine & Biology

Patient Room
Office Casualty and Admissions Department
Admissions Office
Chief Nurse's Office
Assia Research Project
Library & Editing Room, Audio-Visual
Services
Department Head's Office, Physical
Medicine & Rehabilitation
Furnishing Four-Bed Unit
One-Bed Unit
Patient Room

May we merit your continuous support.
Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem
Dr. David Maeir, Director General

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NEW YORK — The 40th
anniversary of the United
Jewish Appeal was com-
memorated in Israel with
the issuance of a special
stamp by the Philatelic
Service.
The first day cover links
the UJA milestone to Is-
rael's own anniversary ob-
servances with the inscrip-
tion: "Israel 30 Years, UJA
40 Years: Partners in the
Jewish Lifeline."
Of more than three mil-
lion and immigrants trans-
ported and resettled
through UJA-funded pro-
grams during the organiza-
tion's four decades of exist-
ence, some 1.6 million have
been brought to Israel and
aided in their absorption
there.
The design for the UJA
commemorative stamp,
chosen from more than .150
entries in a national compe-
tition in Israel, is the work
of Shimon Keter and David
Pesach, grSphic artists from
Kibutz Maabarot. It con-
tains a globe turned to the
North American continent
within a softly rounded
multi-colored star of David,
which is topped by the
branches of a sapling repre-
senting renewed life.

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NEW YORK — Attor-
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Walter Socolow will be
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the Mordecai M. Kaplan
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