Friday, January 11, 1985
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Amy Berris will celebrate her
bat mitzvah Saturday at Young
Israel of Southfield. She will
share this simcha with Svetlana
Mullokanov of Fergana, Uzbeck,
In 1979, Anatoly Mullokanov,
Svetlana's father, applied for
emigration for himself, his wife,
and three children; they were de-
nied. Amy has attempted to corre-
spond numerous times in the last
six months, however, her efforts
have been fruitless.
At a luncheon to be given in
Amy's honor, Irena Gendelman, a
teen-ager whose family was suc-
cessful in emigrating four years
ago from Leningrad, will address
Amy's relatives and friends.
Amy is the daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. David J. Berris.
LAWRENCE M. ALLAN
Saturday, January 19, 1985
Young Israel of Oak Woods
At Door '13.00, Advance '11.00, Students $5.00
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"With A Song In Our Hearts"
January 26, 1985 — 8:00 p.m.
NOW OUR ENTIRE STOCK
The Cultural Commission of Congregation B'nai Moshe
Cantor Klein and the Shira Singers
A selection of songs written by Jewish composers who wrote
for the American stage. Among these: Romberg, Herbert,
Berlin, Gershwin and many others.
Tickets will be sold by mail or at the office.
Aachen (JTA) — A memorial to
the Jewish victims of Nazism has
been erected in this West German
town near the Belgian border on
the site of the synagogue de-
stroyed during Kristallnacht in
November 1938 (the first pogrom
against German Jews launched
by the Nazi regime).
The memorial, in the form of a
Star of David, bears the inscrip-
tion: "Those who suppress history
run the risk of repeating it." The
dedication ceremonies wer
attended by the Mayor of Aachen,
the rabbi from a nearby town
local Jews and representatives o
various social groups. Aachen,
the state of North Rhine
Westphalia, was the first Germa
town captured by American force
during World War II.
In another development, th
town council of Schweich, nea
Trier, voted to build a cultura
center at the former synagogue
now used as a warehouse. Loc
officials have begun negotiation
with the bank which owns th
building. The officials said i
would be restored to resemble the
original synagogue. Prof. Hors
Roemer of Kaiserlautern Univer
sity has been engaged as a consul
tant on the restoration.
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Seniors to get
Trained volunteers from the
American Association of Retired
Persons once again will be at the
Oak Park Senior Citizen Center,
14300 Oak Park Blvd., to help
senior citizens fill out thei r
homestead, state and federal tax
forms. For dates and hours, call
the outreach department, 541-