The HMC Won the Opportunity
to Exhibit 'Jews of Prussia'
The Holocaust Memorial
Center's "Jews of Prussia"
exhibition in March is a
major coup for the Detroit
Jewish community, accord-
ing to HMC officials.
The impact the HMC had
upon Dr. Ronald Klemig,
the creator of the "Jews of
Prussia" exhibition, Dr.
Deutz, the German Consul
General in Detroit, and Dr.
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Jan. 16 — To Mr. and Hills, a daughter, Sarah
Fred Grubel, director of the Mrs. Kenneth A. Jacobs Lauren.
Leo Baeck Institute in New (Diane Goldring), of West
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York was the deciding fac- Bloomfield, a daughter, Re-
Jan. 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
tor in enabling Detroit to be becca Staci.
RABBI DR. LEO
Larry Froehlich (former De-
the first community outside
of Germany to host the ex-
Jan. 14 — To Mr. and Gaithersburg, Md., a
Mrs. Alan Klein (Noreen daughter, Robin Gayle.
Serving Hospitals ano Homes
A year and a half ago, Helfman) of Farmington
Rabbi Charles Rosenzveig, Hills, a son, Benjamin
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director of the HMC, met Adam.
Dec. 28 — To Mr. and
with Dr. Fred Grubel to
Mrs. Ronald Bernstein
form a cooperative relation-
Jan. 13 — To Dr. and Mrs. (Beth Forman), former De-
ship between the Holocaust
Center and the Leo Baeck Gary Yashinsky (Debra a daughter, Jamie Brooke.
Weiss) of Southfield, a son,
Institute. In the course of Joseph
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that meeting, Rabbi
358-1426 or 357-5544
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Rosenzveig stated that the
Dec. 23 — To former De-
Jan. 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Holocaust Center planned
troiters Dr. and Mrs. Ran-
to have annual exhibitions Thomas H. Williams (De-
dall Zusman of Newton,
portraying Jewish life in borah Ellias) of Farmington
Mass., a daughter, Lisa Joy.
various regions of pre-
Dr. Grubel stated that
Serving Homes & Hospitals
he had recently viewed
Temple Israel Nursery a.m. Wednesdays by
"Jews of Prussia" in Ber-
lin, Germany, and he was School has begun its second Mona Dembs.
overwhelmed by that ex- semester of classes and its
There also are mother-
toddler and lunch pro-
In addition to three-day grams.
In order for the Detroit
Jewish community to host morning, three-day after-
For information, call
this major exhibition, the noon and five-day afternoon Bryna Leib, nursery school
Holocaust Memorial Center nursery classes, there are director, 661-5700.
had to be recognized by the enrichment classes, includ-
German authorities as a ing 'R' Is for Rozie," taught
unique institution. The by Rozie Friedman and open
German government re- to kindergarteners. Geog-
quested its Detroit consul raphy, mathematics, read-
general, Dr. Deutz, to make ing, writing, art and history
an on site inspection of the are emphasized. Openings
exist in the Tuesday 10 a.m.
Imported FLANNEL SHEETS
The Berlin Archival In- and 1 p.m. classes.
An additional science
stitute in conjunction with
SELECT GROUP OF
the West German Foreign class with Nancy Serlin
Ministry dispatched Dr. meets at 10 a.m. Fridays.
Klemig from Berlin to visit At 1 p.m. Thursdays,
prospective American ex-
hibition sites, including the "Dancing Feet" class. A
Detroit Holocaust Memo-
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Dr. Deutz and his delega-
tion and Dr. Klemig, who
came with Dr. Grubel,
recommended that Detroit
The Baruch Litvin Foun-
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be the first community to dation has recently been
host this exhibition. Con- created to publish a new
sequently, the German gov- edition of "The Sanctity of
ernment allocated $30,000 the Synagogue." This new
to cover the cost of shipping edition will also contain a
and assembling the exhibi- biography of Baruch Litvin
tion, as well as the cost of as well as an update on what
transportation for the per- has taken place in the area
sonnel accompanying the of mehitzot since the 1959
exhibit. The local costs will Michigan Supreme Court
be covered by the HMC and case concerning the mehitza
Farmington Hills, Mich.
West Dearborn, Mich.
of Beth Tefilas Moses Syna-
31205 Orchard Lake Rd. at 14 Mile
22141 Michigan Ave.
"Jews of Prussia" will gogue in Mt. Clemens.
At Hunters Square 855-3777
bet. Howard & Mason
be exhibited at the main
For information about the
Wed.. Thurs., Fri. 10-9, Sun. 12-5
Jewish Community Cen- foundation, write Jeanne
Mon. thru Sat. 10-6, Wed., Thurs., Fri. 10-9
ter March 4-28 under the Litvin, 449 N. Laurel Ave.,
while supply lasts
auspices of the Holocaust Los Angeles 90048.
Memorial Center in
cooperation with the
German Consul General,
the Leo Baeck Institute
and the Jewish Commu-
Volunteers are needed.
For information, call the
second item of equal or lower value
Holocaust Memorial Cen-
ter, 661-1000, ext. 201.
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Hebrew Schools, attended
the mid-winter conference
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