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12 Legislators Mark
Liberation of Camps
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Sen. Richard Fessler, left, opened the candlelighting service at the
Holocaust Memorial Center's eternal flame with Rabbi Charles
Rosenzveig, Lawrence Jackier, Rep. Justine Barns, Sen. Jack Faxon
(face hidden), Reps. Maxine Berman and David Honigman, and
Sen. Lana Pollack.
Twelve Michigan legislators
commemorated the liberation of
the Nazi death camps 40 years
ago in a moving yahrzeit
candlelighting ceremony on
Monday at the Holocaust Memo-
rial Center in West Bloomfield.
The legislators and local sur-
vivors of the Holocaust gathered
around the eternal flame in the
HMC to remember the victims
of the Nazis and to call the at-
tention of the general commu-
nity to the purposes of the
"The Jewish community is ob-
viously aware of the importance
of this building in the effort to
never forget," State Senator
Richard Fessler of West Bloom-
field told The Jewish News.
"Now we have to make others
aware." It was Fessler who con-
ceived Monday's program last
fall in discussion with HMC di-
rector Rabbi Charles H.
Rosenzveig during the Holocaust
Memorial Center's dedication
Rosenzveig told the small
group of legislators and sur-
vivors that the liberation of the
camps marked the first time in
years that the survivors "knew
in which universe we lived. It
was the first time that the sur-
vivors saw someone with com-
Henry Dorfman and Lawrence
Jackier, representing the HMC
board of directors, also greeted
the officials, with Jackier echo-
ing Fessler's theme that the
HMC "is not just a Jewish in-
stitution, but an institution for
the entire community. It does
not have a narrow focus, but
must have a wide impact on the
entire region." To illustrate his
point, Jackier noted that two
high school groups visiting the
HMC on Monday came from
nearby Walled Lake and from
During the candlelighting,
Rabbi Rosenzweig said, "The
greatest lesson of the Holocaust
is a thorough commitment to
genuine democracy. No indi-
vidual can have absolute
Candlelighters included State
Senators Jack Faxon of South-
field; Doug Cruce, Troy; Robert
Geake, Northville; Lana Pol-
lack, Ann Arbor; and Fessler;
State Representatives William
Bryant of Grosse Pointe Farms;
David Honigman, West Bloom-
field; Maxine Berman, South-
field; James Kosteva, Canton
Township; Debbie Stabenow,
Lansing; Justine Barns, West-
land; and Burton Leland, De-
HMC board member Saul
Waldman and Holocaust sur-
vivors Sonia Popowski, Ab-
raham Weberman, Irving Altus,
Martin Water, Harry Praw and
Joseph Slaim also lit candles.
On Israel Ties
Paris (JTA) — Indian Prime
Minister Ranjiv Gandhi said
that his country will establish
diplomatic relations with Israel
but only "after Israel will
change its attitude on a number
In an interview published
Monday by the French daily Le
Monde, Gandhi said, "we con-
sider that they (the Israelis) are
tell bellicose and that they fail
to take into consideration the
existing problems." Gandhi ar-
rived in France yesterday for a
four-day official visit.
Israel has a consul general in
Bombay but no diplomatic re-
presentation in New Delhi. The
Indians have no diplomatic or
consular representative in Israel
but Israelis often visit India and
the two countries cooperate in a
number of non-political fields.
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