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September 19, 1980 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-19

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6 Friday, September 19, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Morrie & Eleanor Schwartz
and the staff of

MORRIE'S
Service Center, Inc.

24848 Southfield Rd., Southfield
557-1747
corner 10 mile
557-9751

Wish All Their
Relatives, Friends
& Customers

A Happy, Healthy
NEW YEAR

Holocaust Memorial Center Contract Signed

(Continued from Page 1)
United Jewish
Charities, the Jewish
Welfare • Federation's
"senior" agency, is man-
aging the capital and
endowment funds raised
for the Holocaust Memo-
rial Center. Joseph H.
Jackier is president of
the UJC; Henry Dorfman
is chairman of the capital
and endowment fund
campaignn.
Hechtman, who heads the
building committee with
associate chairinan Saul
Waldman, hailed the choice
of Siegal as architect, not-
ing the company's broad ex-
perience in building and
planning.
The chairman of the

MAKE. IT
DEFINITE!

Make specific plans right now to attend the TESTIMONIAL DINNER
honoring DR. HAROLD T. SHAPIRO, prosident of the University of
Michigan, on the occasion of the
establishment of the HAROLD T.
and VIVIAN [3. - 5HAPIRO FOREST
in the AMERICAN BICENTENNIAL
PARK in Israel.

Make Note of the dote,
Wednesday, October 15; the time, cocktails at
6:30 pm/dinner at 7:00 pm; and the place, Congregation Shaarey
Zedek, 27375 Bell Road, Southfield.

It's a fitting rime to perpetuate your own name and/or to honor
those you love, at the same rime you express your admiration for
Dr. Shapiro.

100 Trees (Garden)
250 Trees (Arbor)
350 Trees (Avenue)
500 Trees (Orchard)
1000 Trees (Grove)
2500 Trees (Woodland)
10, 000 Trees ( Forest)

$300.00
750.00
1000.00
1500.00
3000.00
7500.00
30,000.00

FOR RESERVATIONS, PHONE: 557 - 6644

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KEREN KAYEMETH LEISRAEL

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND

27308 Southfield Rd. , Southfield, Mich. 48076

Holocaust Memorial Center
board of directors, Leon
Halpern, said the proposed
design of the structure will
lend dignity to the memo-
rial center concept.
Plans are for a wing adja-
cent to the main entrance of
the Jewish Community
Center. There will be an ex-
hibition area and concourse,
library and resource center,
lecture and conference
rooms, as well as a work and
storage room. A memorial
garden also is envisioned.

Siegal, who holds an
American Institute of Ar-
chitects Silver Medal for
Excellence in Architec-
ture, established Siegal/
Tuomaala Associates in
1954. The firm's work in-
cludes the Society of
Engineers International
Headquarters, voca-
tional technical centers
for the Detroit Public
Schools and Applegate
Square shopping center,
as well as several senior
citizen housing develop-
ments.
Siegal is active in the
Jewish community, serving
in a volunteer leadership
role for the Jewish Commu-

nity Center and Adat
Shalom Synagogue, as well
as the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign.
Shaarit Haplaytah lead-
ers and founding board
members of the Holocaust
Memorial Center who have
been close to the project
from its inception include
Leon Halpern, the organ-
ization's president; Jack
Waksberg, who will chair
the High Holy Day appeal
on behalf of the Holocaust
Memorial Center; and Mar-
tin Water, Shaarit Hap-
laytah vice president and
HMC financial secretary.
Also, past presidents Ar-
nold Einhorn, Simon
Schwartzberg and Abe
Weberman, as well as Gus-
tav Berenholz, past
president of Cong. Bnai
David; Sonia Popowski,
Shaarit Haplaytah program
chairman; Irving Altus;
Leon Gutman; Sol Klein-
man; Barbara Silbert and
Jack Lipton.
Also, Irwin Deutch,
Salman Grand,
Menasche Haar and Ab-
raham Pasternak.
H.
Charles
Ralbi
Rosenzveig is executive di-
rector of the Holocaust

Memorial Center.
Hechtman,
Besides
Waldman and Halpern,
members of the building
committee include Be-
renholz, Hugh W. Green-
berg, Richard J. Maddin,
Dr. Morton. Plotnick and
Rabbi Rosenzveig.

NEEDED fi
BOWLERS

Northwest
Bowling League

Sun. Morn. starting
Sept. 28

for info call
557-4823
967-3686 after 6:30

EXCALIBUR

Hair Styling
Salon

Alleged Nazi War Criminal
on. Trial in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (JTA)
— Denaturalization hear-
ings in the case of alleged
Nazi war criminal
Wolodymir Osidach began
here Monday in Federal
Court. If convicted, he could
lose his U.S. citizenship and
be subject to deportation.

Osidach is accused of
lying on his U.S. visa and
citizenship applications by
failing to give certain in-
formation about his activi-
ties during World War II.
He is alleged to have be-
aten, shot and killed un-
armed Jewish civilians
while serving as comman-
dant of the Ukrainian police
in Rave-Ruska, Ukraine,
between 1941 and 1945 and
to have rounded up and
transported Jews to exter-
mination camps during the
war.
He also is alleged to
have gained U.S: citizen-
ship by covering up con-
victions for acts stem-
ming from his leadership
role in the Organization
of Ukrainian
Nationalists, a col-
laborationist group
which assisted German
authorities during World
War II.

Holiday Prices

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Rosh
Hashana shoppers in Israel
found markets and stores
stocked with every conceiv-
able type of food necessary
for the High Holy Days. But
many shoppers' found it
hard to pay the prices,
which have soared in recent
days.
Fish replaced poultry as
the holiday fare because it is
cheaper, and expensive
wines were bypassed for or-
dinary kidush wine.

Approximately
10
eyewitnesses to the at-
rocities will be presented by
government attorneys from
the Office of Special Inves-
tigations of the Department
of Justice, the special unit
created for the purpose of
prosecuting Nazi war crim-
inals re s iding in the United
States.

ALEX CARWANA

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