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April 20, 1979 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6 Friday, April 20, 1919

Two Memorials Sunday in Tribute to Victims of Nazis

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survivors from individual
concentration camps and
ghettos, with recitations

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arid poetry composed by
be ,:,h victims and survivors
of the Holocaust.
The Michigan Senate and
Gov. William Milliken have
issued proclamations in con-
junction with the Memorial
Academy. The governor's
proclamation states:
"The
concentration
camps at Auschwitz, Treb-
linka, Maidanek and
Buchenwald remain as
grim reminders that prej-
udice, bigotry, oppression
and hatred against any
peoples are destructive and
contrary to human moral-
ity.
"Persons of compas-
sion and humanism can-
not forget the unprece-
dented atrocities com-
mitted against Jewish
people by Nazism during
World War II.
"The annihilation of six
million Jews and other in-
nocent people was an im-
mense and painful loss to all
of mankind."
The governor urged "all
citizens to join Shaarit Hap-
laytah in paying homage to
the martyrs and heroes of
the Nazi genocide, in order
that mankind might re-
member the tragic lessons
of these crimes against hu-
manity."
A similar proclamation
was issued by Mayor

Nazi troops round-up Jews for "deportation."
Donald Fracassi of South-
The 3 p.m. program at and remarks by Sister
field.
WSU's Community Arts Agnes Mary Mansour,
Auditorium will include a president of Mercy College.
Cantors Hyman Adler keynote address by Bishop
The program is sponsored
of Bnai David and Louis Edsel Ammons of the
Klein of Cong. Bnai United Methodist Church, a by the Jewish Community
Moshe will chant ghetto
memorial service conducted Council, the Detroit Round
songs and other appro-
by Rabbi Stanley Rosen- Table, the Catholic Ar-
priate music, as well as baum of Bnai Moshe, the chdiocese of Detroit, the
"El Mole Rachamim." A film "Music. of Auschwitz" Christian Communication
series of posters dupli- as well as selections by the Council of Metropolitan De-
cated from the Yad Vas- Detroit Symphony troit Churches and the
hem memorial in Ensemble, the drama "Ser- Council of Eastern Or-
Jerusalem will be dis- mon in Song" performed by thodox Churches of Met-
played.
the youth of Temple Beth El ropolitan Detroit.

* * *

Zionist Organization Will Host Holocaust
Program Thursday Night at Cultural Center

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The Zionist Organization
of America - Detroit District
is hosting a public memorial
program on the Holocaust
7:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Zionist Cultural Center.
Guest speakers will be
Dr. Ursula R. Dibner and
Hy Shenkman. The film
"Night and Fog," which was
used by Nazi propagandists,
will be shown.
Dr. Dibner is a lecturer in
modern European and dip-
lomatic history at the Uni-
versity of Michigan - Dear-
born, where she has taught
for eight years. One of her
courses is titled, "Nazi
Germany."
Born in East Prussia,
Dr. Dibner spent her
early years in Tilsit, on
the Lithuanian border,
where as a young girl she

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Hamburg, hEindling the
transfer of East Euro-
pean refugees to the
United States.
In 1952, she came to
America and attended
Wayne State University
and the University of
Michigan, which conferred
her doctorate in history. She
has published on the sub-
versive influence of Nazis
on the student and youth
• movements of Hitler's Ger-
many.

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witnessed the_ rise of
Nazism. Losing most of
her family in the war
period, and fleeing west-
ward from the Russians,
she obtained employ-

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