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August 22, 1980 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-08-22

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Friday, August 22, 1980 11

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MUSIC TEACHING
JAMES WAGNER

Simon Wiesenthal Seeker
of Justice, Not Revenge

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under the law.
"I am no hater," Dr.
"I have lived my life dur-
ing the past 35 years be- Wiesenthal said in his
tween two flags — the gripping acceptance
American flag which is the speech, "revenge has no
symbol of liberty, and the meaning for me. I have
blue-and-white Jewish flag simply fought for justice
which is the symbol of re- and to help prevent the
surrection of the Jewish recurrence of other
holocausts."
people."
He described how at lib-
Dr. Simon Wiesenthal,
who has been rightly called eration in May 1945, the
"the living conscience of the Czechs, the Poles, the Ita-
Jewish peeple," spoke those lians, all marched through
moving words a few weeks Mauthausen with their
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ago at a special ceremony flags of liberation. "Only we
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Valet service that doesn't
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who were slaughtered by

the Nazis. I tell you now

that the world will never

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people" then embraced and

kissed each other on the

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NEW YORK — The Is-
rael Bond Organization has
dedicated this year's High
Holy Day Appeal to keeping
"Jerusalem — United
Forever" through the
strengthening of that na-
tion's economy.
Leaders of the six major
congregational and rab-
binic bodies of North
American Judaism, as well
as Mayor Teddy Kollek of
Jerusalem, have called
upon 3,000 American and
Canadian rabbis to hold
High Holy Day Appeals for
Israel Bonds. The religious
leaders urged that Sept. 14,
the Sunday between Rosh
Hashana and Yom Kippur,
be set aside as "United
Jerusalem Day" in order to
call attention to the cen-
trality of Jerusalem to
world Jewry.
Demonstrations will be
held in synagogues and
communities stressing the
importance of moral and
material support for
Jerusalem and Israel.
In a letter from
Jerusalem, Mayor Kollek
reminded rabbis that this is
the thirteenth or Bar
Mitzva anniversary of the
city's reunification. He
stressed the need to support
the peace with Egypt by as-
suring adequate economic
aid for Jerusalem, the
Negev and Israel's
economy.

It is expectation that
• makes blessings dear.

That's why Bar-Han.

Join us as 'we celebrate Bar-Ilan's
Silver Jubilee — 25 years of academic
excellence and Jewish heritage
at a gala dinner to be held

Tuesday, September 23, 1980
6:00 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek

For reservations please call 398-7180

Detroit Friends of Bar-Ilan University*

Irving Laker

Chairman,
Jubilee Journal

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Because Bar-Ilan's Department of Psychology is
Israel's leader in clinical therapy, research and
professional training. Its work with brain-injured
war veterans, with single-parent families, and in
the field of vocational rehabilitation is improving
Israel's quality of life, and for us .

Norman A. Pappas

Endowment Chairman

Dr. Martin Hart

Scholarship Chairman

Myron Milgrom

Scholarship Chairman

Joseph H. Jackier

Development Chairman
Faculty of Law

Henry P. Lee

Direct Solicitation
Chairman

Irving B. Ackerman
Cantor Shabtai Ackerman
Mrs. Morris Adler
Charles N. Agree
Norman Allan
Peter Alter
Rabbi Milton Arm
Paul Baker
Milton Barnett
Gustav Berenholz
Ronald*. Berman
Mae Berris
Harold Berry
Louis Berry
Dr. Oscar Bigman
Ivan Bloch
Paul Borman
Martin E. Citrin
Susan Citrin -
Mrs. Herman K. Cohen
Norman J. Cohen
Irwin I. Cohn
Sam M. Cohodas
Sherwood Colbum
Sol R. Colton
Louis Cooper
Meyer I. Cooper
Theodore Curtis
A.J. Cutler
Marvin I. Danto
Abe Dishell
Henry Dorfman
Milton Duchan
Alexander Ehrmann
Gary Eisenberg
Sanford Eisenberg
Rabbi Herbert S. Eskin
Leonard R. Farber
Charles E. Feinberg
Fred Ferber
Miriam Ferber
Max Fischel
Max M. Fisher
Samuel Frankel
Cantor Israel C. Fuchs
Aaron Ginsberg
Gordon Ginsberg
Dr. Donald Golden
Nathan I. Goldin
David A. Goldman
Martin R. Goldman
Rabbi James I. Gordon
Merrill Gordon
Norman Gordon
Selman Grand -
Stephen Grand
Rich Grand
Earl Grant
Abe Green
Irwin Green
David L. Greenbaum
Robert Greenstone
Sandra Greenstone
Rabbi Irwin Groner
Moshe Grossbard
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern
Samuel Hechtman
David Hermelin
David B. Holtzman
Louis A. Horowitz
Mrs. Norma Hudosh
Lawrence Jackier
Alex Joseph
Dr. Harry Jubas
David Kahan
Austin A. Kanter
Percy Kaplan
Mrs. Morris Karbal
Louis Kasle
Rabbi Joseph Katz
Hon. Ira G. Kaufman
Hon. Nathan Kaufman
Samuel A. Kayne
Jerome W. Kelman
Bernard Klein
Diane Klein
Thomas Klein
Jay Kogan
Rachel Kurtzman
Harry Laker
Stephen Lanyi
Max Levenson
. Senator Carl Levin
Edward C. Levy. Sr.
Edward C. Levy. Jr.
Hyman Lipsitz
Richard H. Lobenthal
Dr. Lawrence Loewenthal

Salek Lessman

Direct Solicitation
Chairman

Phillip Stoliman
Chairman, Global Board of Trustees

Ida M. Lowe
Jonathan D. Lowe
Dr. Sidney A. Lutz
Dr. Harris Mainster
Charles Milan
Mrs. David Miller
Milton J. Miller
Dr. A. Freda Milstein
David h.e Morrison
David Muskovitz
Morris Music
Meyer Must
Allan Nachman
Gerald E. Naftaly
Judy Naftaly
Milford Nemer
Harry Neuman
Mrs. Ben Nosan
Jacob Nosanchuk
Max Nosanchuk
Irving Nusbaum
Mrs. Laura Nusbaum
Graham Orley
Joseph Orley
Spencer Partrich
Abe Pastemack
Jerome Pershin
Joseph H. Peven
Samuel W. Platt
David Pollack
Rabbi Samuel H. Prero
Harold Provizer
Abraham Ran
Samuel Rich
Dean E. Richardson
Alex Roberg
Mrs. Harold Robinson
Jack A. Robinson
Eli Rosenbaum
Marvin Rosenthal
Phillip Rossen
William Rossen
Zoltan Rubin
Dr. Harvey P. Sabbota
Dave Sakwa
Mrs. Morris Scheyer
Mark E. Schlussel
Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper
Robert A. Schwartz
Abe Selesny
Merton Segal
Sam Seltzer
Asa Shapiro
Sara Shapiro
D. Larry Sherman
Jane Sherman
I. Williagi Sherr
Robert W. Siegel
David Silver
Leonard N. Simons
Dr. Sheldon Simons
Samuel S. Simmer
Isadore Silverman
Dr. Arnold Singerman
Nathan Sloan
Richard Sloan
Minnie Slobasky
Carmi Slomovitz
Philip Slomovitz
Mrs. Leopold J. Snyder
Nathan Soberman
Sholom Mordechai Soloman
Jack Solway
Max Sosin
Robed Sosnick
Rabbi Joshua S. Sperka
Robert Steinberg
Dr. William M. Staler
Bernard Stollman
Ethel Stollman
Dr. Gerald Stollman
Dr. Samuel S. Stollman
Morris Tabachnick
David S. Tanzman
George Tarnoff
Bruce Thal
Dr. Barry H. Tigay
Asher Tilchin
Robert Torgow
Saul Waldman
Peter Weisberg
Hon. John M. Wise
Morris Wolok
Samuel Yagoda
Charles Zalev
Harry Zekelman
Paul M. Zlotoff
Paul Zuckerman
Dr. Arnold Zuroff

Max Stollman
Frieda Stoliman
Global Board of Trustees

'Committee in Formation

Dr. Leon Fill
Midwest Regional Chairman

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