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April 17, 1981 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46 Friday, April 11, 1981

Milliken Proclaims Remembrance Days

Governor
Michigan
William Milliken has
signed an executive dec-
laration proclaiming April"
26-May 3 as Days of Re-
membrance of the victims, of
the Holocaust.
The proclamation was is-
sued-in conjunction with the
Annual Holocaust Memo-
rial Academy which will be

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Bnai David.
The governor's proclama-
tion states:
"Less than 40 years
ago, six million Jews
were murdered in the
Nazi Holocaust as part of
a systematic program of
genocide, and millions of
other people suffered as
victims of Nazism.
Society must remember
the atrocities committed
by the Nazis so that such
horrors can never be re-
peated.
"We must rededicate our-
selves continually to the
principle of equal justice foi:
all people, remaining eter-
nally vigilant against all
tyranny, and recognizing
that bigotry provides a
breeding ground for
tyranny.
"April 30 has been desig-
nated pursuant to an act of
Congress, as well as inter-
nationally, as a Day of Re-
membrance of Victims of
the Nazi Holocaust, known
as Yom Hashoa. It is
appropriate for the people of

the state of Michigan to join
in this international com-
memoration.
"Therefore, I, William G.
Milliken, governor of the
state of Michigan, do hereby
declare April 26-May 3,
1981, as Days of Remembr-
ance of the victims of the
Holocaust, and in the hope
that our society will strive
always to overcome prej-
udice and inhumanity
through vigilance and resis-
tance."
Representatives of the
sponsoring organiza-
tions witnessed the sign-
ing of the proclamation.
Sponsoring the May 3
Holocaust Memorial
Academy are: Shaarit
Haplaytah - Survivors of
1945, the Jewish Com-
munity Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit,
CHAIM - Children of
Holocaust Survivors in

Michigan, and the Detroit
Round Table of the Na-
tional Conference of
Christians and Jews.
In addition to the
Academy, the sponsors are
asking the Jewish commu-
nity to observe Yom Hashoa
— Holocaust Remembrance
Day — on April 30 by light-
ing a yahrzeit candle in the
evening of April 30 and say-
ing Kadish in the
synagogues.
One of the highlights of
the May 3 Academy will be
a candlelighting ceremony
in which children of sur-
vivors will accompany sur-
vivors in lighting six can-
dles for the Six Million.
The Detroit Round Table
has been encouraging
Christian participation in
the ceremonies and is ask-
ing participants to wear the
yellow Star of David at the
Academy.

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Representatives of the Detroit Jewish community
watch as Governor William Milliken signs a procla-
mation for Holocaust remembrance days in Michigan.
Shown are, from left, Marian Shiffman of the Jewish
Community Council, the governor, and Leon Halpern
and Rabbi Charles Rosenzveig of Shaarit Haplaytah
and the Holocaust Memorial Center.

NJ Holocaust Memorial Planned -

CHERRY HILL, N.J.
(JTA) — A permanent
Holocaust memorial, one of
the few on public property
in the United States, will be
dedicated June 7 in Camden
County park, according to
Alan Respler, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Com-
munity Relations Council
(JCRC) of the Jewish Fed-
eration of Southern New
Jersey.
The monument will be in
the form of a six-foot high
granite base. A 27-foot high
stainless steel rendering of
a memorial flame will top
the monument, Respler
said.
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half contributions for the
memorial coming from
non-Jews, it was decided
that the memorial should be
dedicated both to the mem-
ory of the six million Jews

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murdered by the Nazis and
to the righteous Gentiles
who risked their lives to
save Jews during the Nazi
era.

Canada Seeking
Israeli Business

HAIFA (JNI) — Israeli
exporters "still relate to
Canada as if it were an
agent of the U.S., some kind
of backyard neighbor,
rather than a vibrant coun-
try with an economy of its
own," the president of the
Canada-Israel Chamber of
Commerce, Phillip
Granovsky, told the
Jerusalem Post last week.
One of 11 Canadian
businessmen visiting Is-
rael, Granovsky explained
the size of the Canadian
market and its "thirst" for a
variety of products in which
Israel excels, adding that it
Emigres Perform is "hard to understand and
that Israeli expor-
for AJCommittee painful"-
ters to not make a major ef-
NEW YORK — A per- fort to break into that mar-
formance by the Soviet ket.
Emigre Orchestra will be
The Canadian repre-
one of the highlights of the sentatives particularly
American Jewish Commit- `emphasized their interest
tee's Diamond Jubilee in Israeli foodstuffs and
Dinner, May 14, at the advanced-technology in-
Washington Hilton Hotel, struments.
Washington, D.C.
Israeli exports to Canada
The dinner is part of the totaled $68 million in 1980,
AJCommittee's 75th an- about half in diamonds.
niversary annual meeting Canada's sales to Israel ex-
May 13-17.
ceeded $110

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