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August 19, 1983 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-19

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34 Friday, August 19, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Every failure is a step to
success; every detection of
what is false directs us

toward what is true; every
trial exhausts some tempt-
ing form of error.

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Trifa's Justification' Spurs
Emotional Reader Response

A July 17 Detroit Free
Press story in which Ar-
chbishop Valerian Trifa de-
fended his actions as a
member of the Romanian
Iron Guard during World
War II prompted letters
from a number of readers,
several of which the Free
Press printed earlier this
month. •
Trifa, leader of the
Romanian Orthodox
Church headquarterd in
Grass Lake, Mich., had his
United States citizenship
revoked in 1982 and was or-
dered out of the country.
However, none of the coun-
tries to which the ar-
chbishop has thus far
applied to emigrate have
agreed to accept him.
Of the letters printed by
the Free Press condemning
Trifa's actions, one, from
Anca Vlasopolos of Detroit,

Singing Dolls
in Free Concert

The Singing Dolls will be
the featured performers for
the final concert in Oak
Park's summer "Music-in-
the-Park" concert series
7:30 p.m. Tuesday in
Shepherd Park.
Spectators should bring
their own lawn chairs to the
free concert, which will be
held in the Oak Park High
School auditorium in the
event of inclement weather.

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Children's Hospital of
Michigan will sponsor a
program on traffic safety
geared to adolescent audi-
ences 3 p.m. Aug. 29 at the
Detroit Science Center.
The free program will ad-
dress the issues of alcohol/
drug abuse and driving and
the use of safety belts.
For information on the
program, - contact the sci-
ence center, 577-8400.

Art Exhibit
at Civic Center

The Southfield Parks and
Recreation Gallery, located
in the Southfield Civic Cen-
ter, will display the
sculpture of Elaine Carlock
and photographs by John
Rocco through Aug. 30.
Gallery hours are 9 a.m.-9
p.m. Monday through Fri-
day and 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturdays.

Dr. Paul Zussman of
Southfield made his first
hole-in-one at the 140-yard,
number three hole of the
Red Course at Godwin Glen
Golf Course in South Lyon
on Aug. 10.

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Josh Mondry, 19, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mon-
dry of Franklin, on Sunday
won the Knollwood Country
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Monday, Mondry was the
low qualifying amateur
from the state of Michigan
and will compete in the U.S.
Amateur Championship
scheduled later this season.

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FRESH FILET OF LAKE TROUT
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detailed the Iron Guard's
activities against Jews and
other minorities, citing the
treatment of her father as
an example. Vlasopolos' let-
ter reads, in part:
"Trifa may not con-
sider himself an anti-
Semite because he had
other equal-opportunity
hatreds against other
minorities in Romania —
for instance, the Greeks.
My father, who was
Greek, was dragged from
university lecture halls
along with jewish stu-
dents and was beaten
mercilessly by a gang
headed by Trifa.
"Trifa's statement that no
Jews died within Romanian
territory is a cynical
equivocation. True, Jews
were not killed by govern-
ment decree; they were
merely allowed to be trans-
ported outside the borders
for mass killings. But Tri-
fa's (men) killed . . . in the
streets. My mother's best
friend is haunted by her
father's hanging, a specta-
cle that the family was
forced to witness.
"When Trifa and his
lynch mobs killed unarmed
civilians in Jewish
neighborhoods, they hung
them up on meat hooks in
butcher shops and adver-
tised the corpses as 'kosher
meat."'

Pretexts are not wanting
when one wishes to use
them.

Golf Champion
at Knollwood

fa

140 Jews gathered at the
Grange building in Nan-
tucket, Mass. recently for
the first Jewish worship
service on the island.

Jehoash, king of Israel,
took Amaziah, king of
Judah, captive.
—II Kings 14:13

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