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April 02, 1982 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Survivor to Continue Nazi Fight

LOS ANGELES — The
Holocaust survivor who
took up the challenge of a
neo-Nazi organization to
prove that the Holocaust ac-
tually occurred, is now
starting a fund-raising
campaign to investigate the

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield

neo-Nazis and seek punitive
damages in a lawsuit.
Mel Mermelstein, who
took up the $50,000 chal-
lenge of Willis Carto's Insti-
tute for Historical Review
and the Legion for Survival
of- Freedom, won a Los

.

DETROIT

833-9425

WISH IT'S FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
A VERY HEALTHY & HAPPY -

PASSOVER

• CARr,Y-OUT
• DELIVERY
• CATERING

968-1100

Lincoln Cenrer
10' 2 Mile Rood Li Greenfield
Oak Pork Michigan

The Center for New
Thinking will continue its
Sunday forum with a talk
on "America, Marx and
Freud," 2:30 p.m. Sunday in
the Somerset Mall au-
ditorium.
Rabbi Sherwin Wine, di-
rector of the Center, will
focus on "Ragtime" by E.L.
Doctorow.
At 10 a.m.. Thursday,
Rabbi Wine will continue
his series, "Intelligence,
Youth and Power." He will
focus on "Freedom and De-
stiny" by Rollo May.
There is an admission
charge for both lectures. For
information, call the center,
546-8928:

HW Club Plans -.
an Art Auction

The Huntington Woods
Junior_ Women's Club will
have a benefit art auction
8:30 p.m. Saturday at
Gallery Art Center. A re-
freshment preview will
begin at -7:30.
'
Tickets will be available
at the door. Proceeds will
benefit the Interim House
and the community child
restraint program. .

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ACROSS FROM MICHIGAN INN
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FRI. 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. SAT. & SUN. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m
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Sun. 7 a.m.-8 p.m.

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that if his client can win
extensive punitive dam-
ages, it would dissuade
neo-Nazis from dis-
seminating their - prop-
aganda about the
Holocaust.
Persons wishing to assist
the organization can write
the Auschwitz Study Foun-
dation, Mermelstein Case,
P.O. Box 2232, Huntington
Beach, Calif. 92647.

Lectures Slated

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Mermelstein's attor-
ney, William Cox, says

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The First International
Conference and Festival of
Jewish Theater will con-
vene July 3-9 in Israel on
the campus of Tel Aviv Uni-
versity.
Performing groups from
10 countries including the
U.S., Israel, East and West
Germany, Noiway,
England, France and
Canada will offer an array
of theater-based on Jewish
themes.
American sponsors for
the festival include: The
National Foundation, the
Kinneret Foundation in
Washington, D.C., and the
Emet Foundation in Los
Angeles

Restaurants
Extend All Good Wishes
For A Joyous,
Peaceful and Healthy
Passover
To The Friends and
Customers Whose
Support Has Contributed
So Much
To Our Success

34410 FORD RD.

s

Theater Festival
July 3-9 in Israel

The Employees and
Management Of

(Across from emAlisoom Rowe Clot)

Angeles court case in Oc-
tober against the Carto
organizations. The judge
ruled that Mermelstein had
succe sfully proven_that the
Holocaust had occurred.

.

Mon. thru Thurs. and Sat. 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
Fri. 7 a.m.-10 p.m.-Sun. 7 a.m.-8 p.m.

High School
Presents - Sugar'

Southfield High School
will present the play,
"Sugar," 8 p.m. today and
Saturday in the school au-
ditorium.
Tickets will be available
at the box office one hour
before curtain.

Flood, Invasion Take Toll
on Jewry of Kaifeng, China

MIAMI — The dwindling
Jewish community of
Kaifeng, China, which once
numbered several thousand
but now counts only a few
hundred, was the subject of
a recent article by Dan
Williams in the Miami
Herald. -
Shi Zhongyu, like many
Kaiferig residents, was un-
aware of his Jewish heri-
tage until recently. "I accept
that I am Jewish, but I do
not practice any of their cus-
toms," Zhongyu said. "Such
things cannot survive. They
have been overpowered by
Chinese habits."
Such thinking is an out-
growth of the Japanese in-
vasion of China during the
1930s, according to the arti-
cle. During the invasion,
Japanese soldiers scoured
Kaifeng looking for Jews to
harass. Many Jews hid be-
hind their Oriental features
to survive.
Kaifeng' s
Jewish
community, which began
settling in China during
the 12th Century, pros-
pered for nearly 500
years. A 17th Century

.

Artist Named

Artist 'Linda Zalla was
accepted into the Michigan
Fine Arts Competition and
her works will be shown at
the Bloomfield Birmitig-
ham Art Association main
gallery through April 24.

flood which leVeled much
of the city, including the
synagogue, was the
catalyst of the exodos.
Today, a hospital stands
on the site.

Friday, April 2, 1982

Experience varies di-
rectly with equipment
.ruined.

PARTIES up TO 204J

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BY

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AT THE MEATING PLACE

851-0060

352-7061,

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OPEN FOR PASSOVER

.

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(CLOSED SUNDAY, APRIL 11)








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. and The Staff Of

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352-7466

Sincerely Wish Their. Many Friends
and Customers

A Very
Happy Passover

We thank you for your
gracious patronage . . . and
most sincerely
wish the' very best
in health, joy and
prosperity to all

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