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August 02, 1985 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-02

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Jack Robinson TO Chair
HMC Anniversary Event

Jack A. Robinson, Perry Drug
Stores chairman and chief
executive officer, has been
named general chairman of the
Holocaust Memorial Center's
first anniversary dinner.
The appointment was an-
nounced by Henry Dorfman,
Holocaust Memorial Center
board chairman.
"The first anniversary marks
a significant milestone for the
memorial," said Dorfman, "and
with Jack Robinson as dinner
chairman, we know that the
ceremonies and dinner marking
this occasion will take on added
importance in the community."
The event will be held Nov. 3
at the Westin Hotel.
Robinson said, "The entire
community can be proud that it
was the first and, indeed, the
only community in the nation to
have built a memorial exclu-
sively dedicated to the
Holocaust.
"We are indebted to Rabbi
Charles Rosenzveig, Holocaust
Memorial Center director, for
his perseverance and commit-
ment to make this memorial a
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this significant institution. We
plan to make the anniversary
dinner a community-wide event
while we sensitize the entire na-
tion to, what can and must be
done to promote awareness and
consciousness to the story and
lessons of the Holocaust."
Rabbi Rosenzveig said that
during the first nine months of
operation, nearly 100,000 people
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than 80 percent have been non-
Jews.

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Prime Minister Shimon Peres, left, asks leaders of Ethiopian Jewish
immigrants to be patient while awaiting a solution of their grievances
from the chief rabbis.

Jerusalem (JTA) — Jewish
Agency Chairman Leon Dulzin
accused "certain circles in
Canada and in Chicago" of "in-
citement" of Ethiopian immig-
rants against Halachic require-
ments laid down by the Israeli
chief rabbinate.

In a lengthy radio interview in
Jerusalem, Dulzin said these cir-
cles had in the past falsely
maligned the State of Israel for
ostensibly failing to bring the
Ethiopians on aliya. And now
these same circles were active in
inciting the newcomers on the
matter of the symbolic renewal
of the covenant ceremony, he
said.

Dulzin praised the chief rabbis
who, he said, had been sym-

pathetic and responsible to
Ethiopian sensibilities and had
thus dispensed with the re-
quirements of a symbolic recir-
cumcision. (Recircumcision,
through a drawing of a drop of
blood, had been required of
Cochin Indian Jewish immig-
rants to Israel 25 years ago, Dul-
zin noted.)
Two chief • rabbis, Mordechai
Eliahu and Avraham Shapiro,
had ruled that the Ethiopians
were fully and entirely Jewish
for every Halachic p urpose (pub-
lic prayer, burial, etc.) but if
they wished to get married, they
would have to undergo the very
same examination of their
Jewishness as every non-Israeli
coming on aliya and wishing to
marry is required to undergo.

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