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April 09, 1982 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-09

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Friday, April 9, 1982 47

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

"Holocau st Hero Wallenberg to Be Cited

WHY WORRY !!
Leave Everything to Us
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Shaarit
Haplaytah
organization — survivors of
the Nazi genocide — will
bestow a Righteous Gentile
citation upon Raoul Wal-
lenberg (in absentia) at the
. annual Memorial Academy
.,
dedicated to the Six Million
and remembering millions
:
-, of other victims of the Nazi
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regime, announced Leon
- Halpern, president of the
organization, and Mrs. Leon
(Sonia) Popowski, chairper-
son.
- The event is scheduled for
1 p.m. April 18 at Cong.
Wyn & Harold Landis.
Shaarey Zedek, in coopera-
tion with Jewish Commu-
HOME CATERING nity Council and the
Greater Detroit-Round
Phone 557-6157
Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and
• STYLE
Jews.
• ELEGANCE
The presentation of the
• BEAUTY
award will be made by Dr.
WYN-HAROLD CATERING
John J. Mames, chairman,
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Allen Charlupski will
light a candle in memory of
fallen Israeli soldiers and
civilians.
Rabbi Irwin Groner of
Shaarey Zedek will deliver
remarks. Memorial rendi-
tions will be chanted by
Cantors Louis Klein and
Chaim Najman, accom-
panied by Carole Lasser.
Rabbi Charles H.
Rosenzveig, director of the
Holocaust Memorial Center
will deliver the memorial
address.

Proclamations, messages
from
the governor, dig-
RAOUL WALLENBERG
nitaries and civic leaders
Holocaust Studies and Oral are expected; they will be
History Project. Marvin R. acknowledged by Martin S.
Anderson, Royal Consul of Water. "It is our hope that
Sweden, will accept the ci- these messages will inten-
tation on behalf of the mis- sify the Holocaust aware-
sing recipient.
ness in the community and
"Raoul Wallenberg is promote the teaching and
one of the unsung heroes remembering the horrible
-- true Chasidei Umot lessons of the Nazi genocide
Haolam — who as the period," Rosenzveig and
Secretary of the Swedish Water pointed out.
Legation in Budapest
Musical renditions by
manifested an unusual Miriam Bolkosky, age 11
greatness of a human (cello soloist), and recita-
spirit," said Dr . Mames. tions by Shari Ferber will
"In addition to issuing be heard. Other partici-
Swedish protective pants include Marian
passports and creating Shifman,
president,
`Swedish safe-houses' he Jewish
Community
was the driving force be- Council; Avern L. Cohn,
hind the agreements with president, Jewish Wel-
the Nazis and their col- fare Federation; Henry
laborating Arrow Cross A. Dorfman, chairman,
regime to respect all Holocaust Memorial
corresponding docu- Center Capital and
ments of the other neut-. Endowment Program;
ral legations and Interna- Gustav Berenholz, asso-
tional Red Cross.
ciate chairman,
"Wallenberg, assisted by . Holocaust Memorial
Charles Lutz, the Swiss Center; Jack Waksberg,
Consul, by the Apostolic honorary president,
Nuncio Angelo Rotta, by Shaarit Haplaytah; Leon
colleagues, friends and dip- Halpern, president,
lomats from neutral coun- Shaarit Haplaytah; Ar-
tries became the inspiration
and beacon of hope, for the
suffering, • condemned
Jewish community."

Shaarit Haplaytah is
honoring Walleneberg "in
recognition of his brilliant
operation of rescuing in ex-
cess of 40,000 Hungarian
Jews from deportation and
extermination by the Nazi
genocidal machinery.
"His outstanding cour-
age, his compassionate con-
cern for the helpless vic-
tims, his inventive, daring
determination to defy Nazi
tyranny, bestiality, his
triumphant mission to
snatch so many from the
crematoria of Auschwitz
earned our admiration and
lasting gratitude. Shaarit
Haplaytah remembers all
of the Righteous Gen-
tiles who 'risked their lives
to save other human be-
ings," remarked Mames.
The candlelighting
ceremony by survivors of
the concentration camps
and ghettos, accom-
panied by children of
Holocaust survivors, will
be led by Mrs. Popowski.
The candlelighters are
Lola Greenspan, Sonia
Reznik, Ida Zauberman,
Abraham Rosen, Harry
Sherberg and Chaim
Zucker, accompanied by
Sandy Craine, Fay Krut,
Annie Weiss, Mark Altus,
Frank Ellia_s and Michael
Orlow.

thur Weiss, president of
Junior Division, ShaaKit
Haplaytah; Dr. Carol
Rittner, director of
Holocaust studies, Mercy
College; Robert A. Ar-
kand, director of Detroit
Round Table of the Na-
tional Conference of
Christians and Jews; and
Bernard Kent, president,
CHAIM (Children of
Holocaust Survivors
Association in Michigan).
There will be a colors pre-
sentation by the Jewish
War Veterans and photo-
graphic exhibits and
sculpture by Henry Fried-
man will be displayed.

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