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November 07, 1980 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Parlor Set for Holocaust Center

Jewish communal leaders
will take another step
toward construction of the
Holocaust Memorial Center
when they gather at 8 p.m.
Nov. 24 at the Birmingham
home of Mr. and Mrs. David
Hermelin.

The Holocaust Memorial
Center, to be constructed as
an addition to the Jewish
Community Center in West
Bloomfield, has been de-
signed by architect Leonard
G. Siegal of the firm of
Siegal/Tuomaala Associ-
ates. Guests at the Nov. 24
parlor meeting will hear
more about the plans, ac-
cording to Samuel
Hechtman, chairman of the
HMC-Jewish Community
Center building committee.
Guest speaker will be
Prof. Alice L. Eckardt, spe-
cial consultant to the
President's Commission on
the Holocaust, who will
narrate slides from the
President's Mission to East-
ern Europe. A member of
the history and religion
studies faculties at Lehigh
University, she has taught
and lectured widely on the
Holocaust.
The Holocaust Memorial
Center, which will function
as an independent institu-

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tion, will contain an exhibi-
tion area and concourse, li-
brary and resource center,
lecture and conference
rooms, as well as a work and
storage room. A memorial
garden also is planned,
HMC board chairman Leon
Halpern said.
United Jewish Charities,'
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion's senior agency, is
managing the capital and
endowment funds raised for
the Holocaust Memorial
Center.

Henry Dorfman is chairman
of the capital and endowment
fund campaign. Serving with
him are co-chairmen Gustav Be-
renholz and Phillip Stollman
and the following major gifts
co-chairmen: Louis Berry,
Maurice Chandler, Allen Char-
lupski, Irwin Deutch, Dr. Leon
Fill, Salman Grand, Irwin Green,
David B. Hermelin, Norman D.
Katz, Henry Lee, Salek Lessman,
Markus 'Rohtbart, Mark E.
Schlussel and Frieda Stollman.
The committee in formation
includes Norman Adelsberg,
Norman Allan, Irving Altus,
Louis Apfelblat, Charles Be-
nham, Paul Borman, Irwin I.
Cohn, Arnold Einhorn, Gedale
Elbaum, Fred Ferber, Morris
Flatt, Dr. Iry Gastman, Martin R.
Goldman, Merrill Gordon and
Leon Gutman.
Also, Menasche Haar, Alex
Karp, Bernard Klein, Emery I.
Klein, Sol Kleinman, Harry
Laker, Edward Lindson, Jack
Lipton, Mickey M. Milberger,
Mike Must, Irving Nusbaum,
Steve Oliwek, Abraham Paster-
nak, Sonia Popowski, Sister
Carol Rittner, Jack A. Robinson,
Julius Schaumberg, Emma
Schaver, Simon Schwartzberg,
Asa Shapiro, Barbara Silbert,
Norman Wachler, Jack
Waksberg, Saul Waldman, Mar-
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Arthur J. Weiss.

Saturday — Beth Israel
Sisterhood fall dance.
Sunday — USY meeting;
and FJF Shalom Group
brunch, 11 a.m., home ofJoy
Allaun.
Monday — Hadassah
board meeting, noon; and
Joint board meeting, 8 p.m.,
Cong. Beth Israel.
Tuesday — Hadassah
donor luncheon, noon, Beth
Israel.
Thursday — FJF Senior
Friendship Club, noon,
Temble Beth El; ORT fund
raiser; and Cong. Beth Is-
rael board of education
meeting, 8 p.m.

(Flint Obituaries

Harriet K. Wall

Harriet K. Wall, an art
and geography teacher at
Summit Junior High School
and a teacher in the Flint
schools, died Oct. 23 at age
63.
Born in Traverse City,
Mrs. Wall lived most of her
life in Flint. She was a
member of Flint's Temple
Beth El.
She is survived by a son,
Dr. Michael of Boston,
Mass.; her mother, Ethyl
Podolsky of Flint; a brother,
Martin Podolsky of Flint;
and a sister, Ruth Podolsky
of Southfield.

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Flint People
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Brian Kronick, a junior
at Cornell University, has
been selected for member-
ship in Aleph Samech, an
honorary fraternity.

Maxine Kronick will
appear in the Brandon
Stage Dinner Theater prod-
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Dr. Lewis Cohen, a South-
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chaired the first reunion in
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and Rehabilitation in
Washington, D.C.
Iri 1944, the late Bernard
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who was internationally
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