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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-03

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that flourished at that time.
She was a weekly soloist on
the Altman Jewish Hour,
sang several synagogue
choirs and was a vocal stu-
dent with Mr. Levy until his
death. She then continued
her studies with Celeste
Cole.

Zellman holds a Bachelor
of Music degree from the
Detroit Institute of Musical
Art. She taught piano for a
number of years in the De-
troit area and served as ac-
companist for the Detroit
Board of Education for 12
years. She directed consec-

ration services in a number
of Conservative synagogues
and has been involved in
senior adult programs at
the Jewish Community
Center Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Branch.
The concert is open to the
public free of charge.

Holocaust Center Library gets
boost with community aid

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The library and archives
of the Holocaust Memorial
Center, West Bloomfield,
have received donations
marking a major step for-
ward in the HMC's goal of
becoming the major re-
search facility on the
Holocaust in this country.

Philip Slomovitz, editor
emeritus of The Jewish
News, has given more than
600 volumes from hi§ pri-
vate collection to the li-
brary. According to Prof.
Michael Kerestesi, Wayne
State University, adviser to
the library project, the vol-
umes are the best English-
language publications on
Jewish history, the

with the Holocaust and re-
lated issues.
The building of the
Schaver Library and Arc-
hives is key to the Center's
growth as a major educa-
tional facility. Research is
under way to document the
pre-war cultural, social and
religious life of the 4,500
European Jewish com-
munities destroyed in the
Holocaust. When the project
is completed, the HMC will
be a major source for any
serious study of European
Jewish history.
Other research projects in
the planning stages include
an international sym-
posium on German-Jewish
relations leading up to and
following the Holocaust,
and the creation of a De-
partment of Hungarian
Jewish Life and Culture to
research the life and cul-
tural achievements of pre-
war Hungarian Jewry.

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Volunteers take up posts
at new Holocaust Center

Philip Slomovitz

Holocaust, the Third Reich
and the Nazis, American
Jewish affairs, and
Jewish-Christian relations
available.

They are hardbound li-
brary editions, and many of
them are out of print. They
are valued at more than
$10,000 and make up the
bulk of the library's present
inventory.

The Holocaust Memorial
Center also received a
donaation of $275,000 from
Emma Schaver through the
Morris and Emma Schaver
Foundation. In recognition
of this gift, the Center's li-
brary and archives will be
named for Morris and
Emma Schaver.

The Schaver Foundation
contribution will enable
HMC officials to pursue
their search for and acquisi-
tion of literature dealng

Ellie Glen, chairperson of
the Holocaust Memorial
Center Volunteer Program,
announces the appointment
of volunteers to various
duties:
Melba Winer and Ruth
Lefkowitz will co-chair the
guide committee. Guides
will assist visitors bY giving
tours and general informa-
tion about the HMC.
Judy. Ehrmann, Donna
Miller and Anita Schwartz
will oversee the education
committee. This group is re-
sponsible for developing
educational materials, that
will be used by schools and
organizations.
Mira Eisenberg will chair
the outreach committee
which will coordinate a
speakers' bureau and var-
ious informational pro-
grams for the Metropolitan
Detroit area.
Rona Freedland will head
up the visitor information
center. This committee is
responsible for answering
general questions and for
providing information
about the HMC and its
membership program.
Barbara Janower is the
chairperson for the library

and video study area. Her
committee will serve as re-
source persons in the li
brary, and help co-ordinate
the genealogical service.
Vivian Karlinsky will
chair the administration
committee, which will pro-
vide support wherever help-
ing hands are needed.
The first informational
and training meeting for
the volunteer program will
take place on Wednesday at
9:30 a.m. at the main
Jewish Community Center.
An introduction to the
Holocaust Memorial Center
will be given by Rabbi
Charles Rosenzveig, direc-
tor of the HMC, and a tour of
the building will follow.
Dr;. Sid Bolkosky, associ-
ate professor of history at
the University of Michigan,
Dearborn, will conduct the
• training program. Dr. Bol-
in
. kosky - specializes
Holocaust -studies and will
offer an intensive course for
all volunteers.
Persons who are in-
terested in joining the vol-
unteer program or would
like further information
should contact the HMC
office, 661-0840.

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