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June 05, 1981 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-05

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° ' Tilt' DETROIT lEilISH rNEWS

Exhibit Extended

CHICAGO — The exhibit
"Danzig 1939: Treasures of
A Destroyed Community7
will be extended through
Aug. 2, at the Spertus
Museum of Judaica.
The. exhibit traces the
his,tory of the Danzig
Jewish community through
artifacts and ceremonial ob-
jects from the Great
Synagogue as well as docu-
ments, photographs and
taped interviews. All help
relate the story of the once
thriving, cultured,
German/East European
ish community from the
) century to the Nazi
era.
A 144-page catalogue,
illustrated with 73 black
and white and eight color
photographs, includes an
essay by - the noted author
Gunther Grass. The cat-
logue and a four-color poster
are available -for purchase
at the museum store.
The Spertus Museum --of
Judaica is located at 618 S.
Michigan Avenue, Chicago,
Illinois. Hours are
Monday-Thursday 10-5,
Friday 10-3, Sunday 10-4,
closed Saturday. Admission
is $1 for students, senior
citizens and children; mem-
bers free. No admission
charge on Fridays. Tours
can be arranged through
the Museum Office. 922-
9012.

Friday,4June 5, 1981

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Memorial Picked

EDMONTON, Alberta
(JTA) — The Edmonton
Jewish Community Council
-Holocaust Memorial Com-
mittee has chosen a design
for its $50,000 memorial.
The design is an abstract
pair of posts, comprising an
arch as both a reminder of
the concrete posts in the
Nazi death camps and a re-
presentation of a male and
female figure, heads down.
Behind the arch is a granite
wall with a bleeding Star of
David, representing the ir-
reparable damage inflicted
on the Jewish people by the
Nazi genocide machine.
The anticipated cost is to
be raised entirely by contri-
butions.

-Stories Describe
Falasha Torture

TEL AVIV — The He-
brew daily Maariv printed
several articles last month
detailing accounts of tor-
ture and slavery being in-
flicted on the black Jews of
Ethiopia, the Falashas.
One of the-accounts told of
- a woman and her daughter
I– who were kidnapped from
their home, beaten, burned
hot coals and offered
ler sale after they were
, forced to walk through the
desert.

CIA Believes
Israel Has Bomb



WASHINGTON (ZINS)
— The former Central In-
telligence Agency deputy
director of science and
technology, Carl Ducket,
recently told ABC News
that the CIA concluded a
number of years ago that Is-
rael had developed nuclear
weapons.

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