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April 18, 1980 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-18

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6 - Friday, April 18, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel's 32nd Acclaimed Here

panelists Christopher Wil-
cox, deputy editor of the De-°
troit News; Alan Hitsky,
news editor, The Jewish
News; Longworth Quinn,
Jr., of the Michigan
Chronicle; and Cheryl
Head, WDET-FM and
Channel 56 reporter.
Continuous children's
programs will be held from

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1:30-3:30 p.m. Sunday in
Room 333 of the Center.
Magician Mark Arikers and
Harriet Berg's Young Dan-
cers Guild will entertain.
Backgammon and rum-
mikub tournaments will
begin at 12:30 p.m. in Room
315, conducted by Dr. Mil-
ton Nathanson, assisted by
Sande Nathanson.
The Center Symphony
Orchestra will perform Is-
raeli music composed by
Julius Chajes 3:30 p.m.
Sunday in the DeRoy Studio
Theater. Chajes will con-
duct the orchestra.
The following organiza-
tions will have booths at the
Israel Independence Day
celebration:
Akiva Hebrew Day
School, Israel Aliya Cen-
ter, Ampal, American
Jewish Congress, Ameri-
can Technion Society,
Bnai Brith, Boy Scouts of
America, Camera Club of
the Jewish Community
Center, Detroit Zionist
Federation, El Al, Fresh
Air Society, Habonim,
Hadassah, Israel Infor-
mation and Resource
Center, Israeli Numisma-
tic Society, Jewish Com-
munity Council, Jewish
Idea, Jewish National
Fund, Jewish War Vete-
rans, Jewish Welfare
Federation,
Pioneer
Women,
Sephardic
Community, Women's
American ORT and
Zionist Organization of
Detroit.
The community is in-
vited, and admission is
nominal. For information,
call the Center, 661-1000,
ext. 250.

All affectation is the vain
and ridiculous attempt of
poverty to appear rich.

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NCJW District Convention

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Before joining the New
York City Commission on
Human Rights as director of
conciliation, Mrs. Cohen
was a labor consultant to
the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith and
national field director for
the Jewish Labor Commit-
tee.
Mrs. Cohen has been
active in the New York
Chapter of the National
Organization for Women
and was on the original
committee which sub-
sequently became the
Women's Political Caucus.
She is the author of a widely
distributed
brochure
entitled,
"Employed
Women: Your Rights Under
LaW."
Delegates to the con-
vention from the Greater
Detroit Section include:
Phyllis Welling, Sonia
Macey, Barbara Kuhlik,
Stephanie Keywell,
Sondra Nathan, Cindy
Daitch, Marlene
Schwartz, Amy Brown,

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Carol Krugel, Sandra
Leshman and Marcia
Zucker. Alternates are:
Norma Schonwetter,
Terran Leemis, Dorothy
Kaufman and Doralee
Goldman.
Representatives of the
national organization from
the Greater Detroit Section
include: Josephine Weiner,

My Jerusalem

By BARRY ULRYCH

past national president;
Helen Shevin, national
board; and Claudia Gold,
state public affairs chair-
man.
Communities
repre-
sented at the convention
are: Akron, Aurora, Beaver
Valley, Charleston,
Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleve-
land, Columbus, Erie,
Evanston-Niles, Galesburg,
Detroit, Greater Kansas
City, Greater Minneapolis,
Hibbing, Indianapolis, Lin-
colnway, Louisville, Mil-
waukee, New Castl[
Northwest SuburbaL
North Shore, Omaha,
Pittsburgh, Senango Val-
ley, South Cook,
Springfield, St. Louis, St.
Paul, Superior, Terre
Haute, Toledo, West Valley
and Youngstown.
There is a charge for
meals at the convention.
For information, call the
NCJW, 557-9604.

EXCALIBUR

Hair Styling
Salon

You came as I walked through the garden of delight,
Jerusalem I love you because you are more in me
than I am in you.
In my heart you have no borders
And you bring peace to me when war rages within.
When I set up walls so that no one knows me,
I cry upon your shoulder
And remember who I am.
I am an eagle in flight
Soaring heavenward towards long forgotten ecstacies.
In you my youth is renewed.

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Graves of Jewish Soldiers
Desecrated in Normandy

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PARIS (JTA) — The
graves of 22 Canadian
Jewish soldiers who were
killed in World War II dur-
ing the Allied landings in
Normandy and were buried
in the military cemetery at
Chateau-Bretteville in
Normandy were desecrated
last week.
The tombstones were
overturned and smashed
and vandals scrawled anti-
Semitic slogans on them,
including "Against the
Jewish invasion — It is only
the beginning."
No organization has
claimed responsibility and
police say they have no
clues as to who is responsi-
ble. The cemetery is on an
isolated hilltop and is un-
guarded.
There are 1,000 graves in
the cemetery of Canadian
soldiers who were killed in
the 1944 Allied landings
which heralded the libera-
tion of France from Nazi oc-
cupation.
Following last week's de-
secration, a delegation of
French Jews led by the
rabbi of Chateau-
Bretteville laid wreaths on

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