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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 20, 1984

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• Custom Patterns & Designs
• Hand, Made Sweaters & Finishings

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Survivors o cite Danish people

Haplaytah
Shaarit
Organization of Metropoli-
tan Detroit — Survivors of
the Nazi genocide — will
bestow the "Righteous
Among the Nations of the
World Citation" upon the
People of Denmark at the
annual Memorial Academy
dedicated to the six million
Jews who died in the
Holocaust, announced Leon
Halpern, Shaarit Hap-
laytah and the Holocaust
Memorial Center president,
and Sonia Popowski,
chairman.
The event is scheduled for
1 p.m. April 29 at Cong.
B'nai David in cooperation
with Holocaust Memorial
Center, Cong. B'nai David,
Jewish Community Council
and Greater Detroit Round
Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and

Jews.

The candlelighti ng cere-
mony by survivors of the
concentration camps and
ghettos accorygpanied by
children of Holocaust '§ur-
vivors, will be led by Mrs.
Popowski. The
candlelighters are: Henia
Ciesla, Helen Jutkiewics,
Mania Lesh, Jack Flam, Sol
Gringlas, Sam Moskowitz,
accompanied by Shari Bal-
berman, Faye Elbaum, Eva
Kraus, Michael Feldman,
Bernard Kent and Isaac
Simon
Szlamkowicz.
past
Schwarzberg,
president of the Shaarit
Haplaytah and secretary of
the Holocaust Memorial
Center, will light a separate
candle in memory of fallen
Israeli soldiers and civi-
lians.
Rabbi Morton F. Yolkut
of Cong. B'nai David will de-
liver remarks. Memorial

.

The presentation of the
award will be made by Dr.
John J. Mames, chairman,
Holocaust studies and oral
history department. Consul
Marshall M. Fredericks of
the Royal Danish Consulate
Members of the Detroit
will accept the citation on
behalf of the People of De- Jewish community will
nmark. On Rosh Hashanah, have an opportunity to de-
Oct. 1, 1943, the Danish monstrate their unity with
people rose as one and using the Jewish state during the
fishing boats and pleasure area's first Walk for Israel
crafts transferred the May 20 at the Jewish Corn-
Danish Jews to • neutral munity Center.
Sweden, saving them from
The walk, hosted by the
extermination. In addition, Jewish Welfare Federation,
they hid and preserved 100 is being held in conjunction
Torah scrolls and many with the celebration of Is-
valuable religious ceremo- rael's 36th Independence
nial objects and historical Day. Funds raised through
documents.
the project will be given to
tialpern, Popowski and the Allied Jewish Cam-
Mames pointed out that paign to help maintain
Shaarit Haplaytah, in coop- humanitarian services in
eration with the Michigan Israel.
Region, American Red
Walk for Israel partici-
Magen David for Israel, has
established a special pants will meet at 9 a.m. at
"People of Denmark MDA the Hechtman Federation
Leukemia and Hemophilia Apartments, adjacent to the
Fund" which will assist JCC. The 18 kilometer (11
Magen David Adorn, Is- mile) course, which
rael's, official Red Cross stretches from the Center to
Pine Lake Mall, includes
service.
several check points. The
event has been designed for
people of all ages, according
to' walk chairman Michael
Feldman. A mini-walk for
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adler younger children and senior
of Southfield announce the citizens has also been
engagement of their daugh- scheduled.
"We're hoping for a lot of
ter, Francine Adler, to
Robert Levine, son of Mr. family participation in the
and Mrs. Harold Levine of walk," Feldman said. "In
Oak Park. A June wedding addition 'to our usual pro-
motional activities, we've
is planned.

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renditions will be chanted
by Cantors Hyman Adler
and Max Shimansky, ac-
companied by Lillian
Zellman. Rabbi Charles H.
Rosenzveig, director of the
Holocaust Memorial Cen-
ter, founded by Shaarit
Haplaytah, will deliver the
memorial address. Ab-
raham Pasternak will lead
the assembly in the Kad-
dish Tzibur.

.

Proclamations, messages
and resolutions from the
governor, dignitaries and
civil leaders will be ac-
knowledged by Dr. Irving
Gastman, chairman of the
Holocaust Memorial Center
Museum. Eric Rosenow,
piano, and Charles Weiner,
clarinet, will render memo-
rial musical selections and
Ruth Flam will deliver reci-
tations.

First Walk for Israel
slated May 20 at JCC

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To our readers

For our Engagment and Wedding page, The
Jewish News now welcomes a photograph of the
engaged couple and of the newlyweds. Profes-
sional black and white photographs are pre-
ferred. All other Jewish News guidelines on
engagement and wedding announcements apply.

made presentations at the
various religious schools."
Because this is the first
time such an event has been
attempted in Detroit, the
walk committee doesn't
really know what kind of
turnout to expect, Feldman
said. For this reason, no
specific fundraising goal
has been set.

Serving on the committee
for the walk are Gayle Burs-
tein, Susan Citrin, Marcy
Feldman, Louis Milgrom
and Edie Mittenthal.
Also, Dr. Maurice Op-
perer, Ronald Riback,
Marla Rodgers, Ben Ro-
senthal, Florie Schwartz
and Alan Yost.
In addition to walkers,
Feldman cited the need for
volunteers to staff check
points and serve as traffic
monitors. Following the
Walk for Israel, partici-
pants .and volunteers are
invited to take part in the
other Independence Day ac-
tivities at the Center.

Registration kits are
necessary for walkers so
that they may sign up spon-
sors. To obtain a kit or for
further information on the
Walk for Israel, call Judith
Swartz, 965-3939.

Camp weekend
for collegians

B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
dations at Michigan State
University, Wayne State
University and Oakland
University will join for a
weekend at Camp,
Tamarack April 27-29.
There is a fee. For infor-
mation and reservations,
call the WSU Hillel, 577-
3459; or the MSU Hillel,
(519) 332-1916.

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