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July 24, 1981 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 Friday, July 24, 1981

Japanese Designs Memorial; Local Holocaust Center Drive Begun

man of the Holocaust
memorial for Auschwitz is
unparallelled injustices suf-
Memorial Center's capital
soon
to
be
built
near
fered by the Jewish people, I
and endowment fund cam-
felt involved in their de- Hiroshima, initiated by
paign. Gustav Berenholz
stiny. In particular I saw survivors of the nuclear
and Phillip Stollman are
the necessity of Israel for holocaust.
co-chairmen.
Inoue's own relationship
the
future
survival
of
the
YOU'RE FREE ...
Serving as major gifts co-
with
Israel
began
at
Meiji
Jewish people."
BRING YOUR PARENTS.
chairmen
are Louis Berry,
University
in
Tokyo,
where
Inoue himself grew up in
WE'RE LESS THAN A
Maurice Chandler, Allen
his diploma project was for a
the
shadow
of
the
nuclear
TANK OF GAS AWAY
Charlupski, Irwin Deutch,
Holocaust that devasted proposed national indoor
Featuring . . nightly dahc-
Dr. Leon Fill, Salman
Hiroshima and Nagasaki stadium in Israel. After
I ng and entertainment, INSY-
Grand, Irwin Green, David
rides, children's counselor,
graduating in 1966 he came
and
he
stresses
the
univer-
tennis, Disco Den, golf driv-
B. Hermelin, Norman D.
to
Israel,
at
the
invitation
of
sal nature of suffering. He
ing range, horseback rid-
Katz, Henry Lee, Salek
ing, and morel
also points out that the Prof. Alfred Mansfeld, and
Lessman, Markus
Japanese generally feel has lived in Israel ever
Rohtbart, Mark E. Schlus-
SERVING THREE FABULOUS MEALS
since.
favorably inclined towards
A DAY PLUS MIDNIGHT
sel and Frieda Stollman.
The following year he
the
Jews
and
that
in
World
SNACK
Committee members are
Allen Charlupski, left, and Rabbi Charles
War II the Japanese ad- was granted a special
ministration in China re- scholarship by the Minis- Rosenzveig presided at a recent planning meeting for Norman Adelsberg, Nor-
man Allan, Irving Altus,
peatedly refused requests try of Education to do re- the Holocaust Memorial Center of Detroit.
Louis Apfelblat, Paul Bor-
by the Nazis to deport the search at the Haifa hem in 1968, Inoue was
RESORT
the man, Irwin I. Cohn, Arnold
in
thousands of Jews who had Technion. The Six-Day struck by the need for simi- destroyed
SOUTH HAVEN, MICHIGAN 4
Einhorn, Fedale Elbaum,
sought refuge there. A War made him feel a part lar institutions around the Holocaust.
Pitons .616 637-5 11;
Some of the basic activi- Morris Flatt, Dr. Iry
of the people and while
few foreigners stayed on world. At that time he was ties of the memorial center Gastman, Martin R.
during the difficult days associated with Prof. Munio will consist of:
Goldman, Dr. Eric Gordon,
of the war, he worked as a Gitai, a Holocaust survivor
• Acquiring and exhibit- Merrill Gordon, Leon Gut-
volunteer at Kibutz Bet himself and one of the ing archival and graphic man, Menasche Haar, Alex
creators of Yad Vashem. data, survivors' oral his- Karp, Bernard Klein, Sol
Oren.
After visiting Yad Vas- "When Gitai died in 1969," tories and similar materials
(Continued on Page 11)
recalls Inoue, "I pledged related to the Holocaust for
Othen berg ' S N e w () aft / myself to fulfill a promise
permanent as well as spe-
made to him to develop a cial exhibition;
Holocaust memorial outside
• Developing educational
Hotel & Tennis Club
Israel."
programs for pupils and
YOUR TRIP INCLUDES:
Inoue has refused to ac- teachers in public and pri-
SUMMER SPECIAL!

• Round Trip Charter Air/Transfers
cept any money for his proj- vate schools, adult groups
Opening June 30
Air
Conditioned
Accommodations
For
7
Nights

ect, feeling that the nature and religious institutions;
per person/
BUY
from $26 per night dbl. occ.
of the work demanded free- and
• Gratuities/Luggage Handling
GET
WINTER FREE!
dom
from
such
outside
• 3 private tennis courts
• Maintaining facilities
Spend a summer vacation
• Olympic size swimming pool
influences. He originally of- for scholarly research.
(min. 2 wks.) with us, and
• 400 ft. private beach
fered the concept of the
we'll give you a winter
Formal
ownership
of
the
• Color T.V. in every room
weekend absolutely FREE!
memorial to the West Be- new structure will reside
• Synagogue on premises
THAT'S TWO FOR ONE!
rlin authorities but they re- with the United Jewish
RESERVE NOW FOR
fused, claiming that an Charities. UJC is the
SUMMER WEEKLY RATES
HIGH MOLY DAYS
26711 Northwestern Hwy.
appropriate site was not Jewish Welfare Federation
FROM $260 TO $390
,& SUCCOTH
available.
Southfield, Michigan 48034
agency that is charged with
If Congress approves the managing its communal as-
Call Toll Free 800 - 30 - B332
(313) 352-4873
FLIP WILSON
plans and makes federal sets.
43rd St. & Collins Avenue j
Sun., Sept. 6
Mon.-Thur. 9:00-5:30 p.m. Fri. 9:00-5:00
‘44.M2AMl BEACH (3051532-3311
funds available, the memo-
Two of three phases to the
LABOR DAY
rial will be financed half by fund-raising effort have
PINESAVER
charity and the other half been completed. The third
S-T-R-E-T-C•H YOUR HOLIDAY
& ENJOY 1 DAY FREE!
by the U.S. government. and present phase is
STAY 9 DAYS-8 NIGHTS
PAY FOR ONLY 7 NIGHTS
The cost will be a minimum planned to lead to the
FAMILY WEEKEND
of $30 million but could be groundbreaking of the
more, depending on how Holocaust Memorial Center
- broad and sophisticated are by November.
the cultural facilities: lib-
Henry Dorfman is chair-
Aug 27 — Aug 30
raries, lecture theaters,
Only $155 - $200
archives, audio visual
First Child FREE
material, workshops etc.
Free Golf on Premises/Great Indoor
Tennis
Courts & All-Weather Tennis
Meanwhile, organizers
Courts/Outdoor kIndoor Pools &
Health Club/Indoor Ice Skating Rink/
for the Detroit Holocaust
COLOR
Indoor Miniature Golf/Top Stars/
Memorial Center have
Late Shows/Gala Evening Entertain-
PASSPORTS
ment/Nite Club/Disco/Deluxe Accom-
begun a new solicitation
modations/Superb Cuisine/Elevator
ID. & VISA
drive to raise additional
Service/Supervised Children's Day
Camp/Planned Teenage Program/
funds for their longtime
PHOTOS
Duplicate Bridge
project: the construction of a
PROFESSIONAL
Extensive Convention Facilities
facility to memorialize the
PORTRAIT LIGHTING
Special Rates for Midweek Groups
Six Million.
the
The Holocaust Memorial
E N R
PL A-
Y
OA E
Center of Detroit will be
111/
built on a site adjoining the
Jewish Community Center
1111,
in West Bloomfield when
*Par Person
19141 434.6000
. Per Person
Double Occupancy
Double Occupancy Fr.
sufficient funds are raised
Fr.
For Reservations
within the community, said
CALL TOLL FREE
PHOTOGRAPHY
2 FULL WEEKS. .14 NIGHTS!
major gifts co-chairman
(800) 431-3124
ONE WEEK. . .7 NIGHTS!
Or See Your Travel Agent
Allen Charlupski.
26571 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Master Card & Visa Honored
Charlupski reported on
Corner Northwestern Hwy.
the financial status of the
building fund at a planning
meeting for volunteers July
14 at the United Hebrew
Schools. "We must raise an-
other $500,000 in pledges to
ensure that groundbreak-
Oct. 23-Nov. 3
Round trip tourist class airfare from Detroit vie American Airlines. PLUS ...
in 12 Days
ing for the building will
First Class Deluxe Hotels (double occupancy). Meals and beverage service
enroute. Flower Lel Greening on arrival In Honolulu. Round trip airport/hotel
take place in November," he
per person from Det.
transfers. Baggage handling (2 bags per person). Special Welcome Aloha
said.
includes 2 meals daily
Briefing on your first morning. All this and much morel!'
The Holocuast Memo-
. ADD $16 FOR ALL TAXES AND SERVICE
rial Center will have
AN ECUMENICAL VENTURE
* APPLIES TO TUESDAY DEPARTURES
11,970 square feet, mak-
SEASONAL SUPPLEMENT APPLICABLE ON VARIOUS DEPARTURE DATES
Host: Robert L. Dugas, Friend of Israel
ing it perhaps the largest
former student of Hebrew Univ.,
GUARANTEED NOW THRU SEPT. 8
exclusively designed
fluent in Hebrew, Catholic Director of Religious Ed.
memorial of its kind in
A film on the trip will be shown on
the country. It will con-
TRAVEL CORP. 23077 GREENFIELD. SOUTHFIELD, MI 48075
Mon., July 27 at St. Mark's School in Warren
tain fitting designations
call 757-0558 or 293-9142 for info or brochure
to memorialize the many
TiiA,ULY' ATE R NT!
hundreds of communities

(Continued from Page 1)
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was instilled in me and
when I learned about the

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