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October 23, 1981 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH 'NEWS

62 Friday; October 23; 1961

.

Whoever would lie use-
fully should lie seldom.
—Lord Hervey

Those who believe a thing
is proved because it is in
writing are fools.

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Boruch Bernbaum is a
survivor of three Nazi death
camps. His wife suffered in
two and survived them.
Their new life gave them an
intrest in everything hu-
man.
This is the record of the
former Polish Jews, now re-
siding in West Bloomfield,
who are cherishing corre-
spondence with the great in
mankind, with the Pope and
former U.S. Presidents as
well as President Ronald
Reagan.
Their survival brought
them to Sweden. Therefore

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the friendly correspondence
with Folke Bernadotte, who
was assassinated in pre-
Israel Palestine where- he
represented the United Na-
tions.
Bernbaum is especially
proud of the present
Pope. He had several ex-
changes with him and
when Pope John Paul H
was shot by a would-be
assassin, lie sent him a
Hai with a gold chain. In
behalf of the Pope, Msgr.
Rino Marsiglio, depart-
ment head of the Vatican
Secretariate of State,
wrote him as follows:
"His Holiness Pope John
Paul II received with great
comfort and joy the thought-
ful message sent to him
after the attempt on his life,
and he has directed the
Secretariat of State to con-
vey his thanks.
"His Holiness deeply ap-
preciates the sentiments
manifested in his regard,
and he asks God to bless all
those who have so kindly
prayed 'for him and ex-
pressed their solidarity
with him."
• Bernbaum, a native of
Lodz, Poland, was in the
Auschwitz, Ravensbruck
and Sachsenhausen concen-
tration camps. His wife was
and
in
Auschwitz
Ravensbruck. They came to
Detroit in 1952.
He is an organizer of
Shaarit Haplaytah.
The Bernbaums have two
sons, one a Lubavitch Torah
teacher in the Chabad
school in Cleveland. An-
other is in the insurance
business. They have three
grandchildren.

Bnai Brith Women Kick Off
Youth and Services A eal

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Bnai Brith Women's Council of Metropolitan De-
troit kicked off its annual Youth and Services Appeal

at a parlor meeting luncheon in the home of Mrs.
Harvey Willens, right. The parlor was held in advance
of the Nov. 12 culminating event at Temple Beth El at
which Mrs. Ethel Levy will be honored. Pictured with
Mrs. Willens are, from left are: Mrs. Harold Robinson,
co-chairman of the parlor meeting; Mrs. Alan Nathan
chairman of the parlor, Mrs. Erwine Harvith, co-
hostess; and Mrs. Adolph Dinetz.

Bar-Ilan Women's Division
to Hear Violinist Rachlevsky

Plans are being finalized
for the fall meeting of the
American Women for Bar-
Ilan University, slated to be
held 9:30 a.m. Monday in
the home of Joanne Zuroff,
31455 Franklin Fairway,
Farmington Hills, an-
nounces Sharon Hart,
chairman of the "Breakfast
with Bar-Ilan" series.
The meeting will include
continental breakfast, a
musical performance by vio-
lin virtuoso Mischa
Rachlevsky and featured

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Poet's Interview
Stresses Aliya

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Shames on the piano.
Shames, a graduate of

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speakers Lea and Richard
Luger, both former Bar-Ilan
Helen Singer will receive students who originally met
the Jewish Community, while on campus. Non-
Center's senior adult center members are invited, and
volunteer award in cere- there is no charge.
monies Thursday at the
Since leaving the Soviet
Center.
Union in 1973, Rachlevsky
Mrs. Singer has been has performed as a soloist in
president of the senior
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Parking in rear
of the Writer's Club.
NEW YORK — Uri Zvi
Greenberg, in an interview
published posthumously in
the October issue of Olam
Hadash magazine, sum-
moned American Jewish
young men and women to
come to Israel "to join Is-
rael's youth in body and in
spirit" in common service
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the "generation gap" in the
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For information and re-
servations, call the Bar-Ilan
office, 398-7180.

Program Slated
for Asthmatics

The American Lung As-
sociation of Southeastern
Michigan invites interested
asthmatics and their
families to a "Halloween
Asthma Fair" 7 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the activities
room of St. Michael's
Church, 25225 Code Road,
Southfield.
For information, call the
lung association, 961-1697.

Israel, South Africa, Mexico
and Canada. In 1976, he be-
came a member of the De-
troit Symphony Orchestra.
In the fall of 1978,
Rachlevsky founded Re-
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