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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-15

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Friday, May 15, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Volunteers Honored
At Senior Adult Lunch

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch, will
have a volunteer recognition
luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Sun-
day in the Morris Branch.
More than 80 older
volunteers who contributed
to the senior adult depart-
ment's programs • will be
honored. Max Sosin, Eric
Rosenow, Marsha Rofel and
Cantor David Gutman will
entertain. A limited number
of reservations still exist.
For reservations, call Helen
Singer, 967-4030.
The Mothers Club will
have its annual mother-
daughter luncheon at noon
Monday in Jaffe Hall of the
JPM. There is a charge. For
reservations, call Mrs.
Singer.
Sinai Hospital, in coopera-
tion with the senior adult
department, will have a lec-
ture on "Overcoming
Depression" at 1 p.m.' Tues-
day in the JPM assembly
hall. Dr. Douglas Landy will
speak.
Archie Leslie will show a
film on the life of David Ben-
Gurion in commemoration
of the Ben-Gurion centen-

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nial at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the
JPM assembly hall.
On Wednesday, the senior
adult department will have
a senior adult camp reunion
at 1 p.m. in Jaffe Hall of the
JPM. Slides will be shown,
and Director Ada Bandalene
will be on hand to answer
questions. The Experts in
Residence program will be
discussed, and refreshments
and entertainment will be
included in the program.
Campers, friends and guests
are welcome.

Southfield Vans
To Aid Seniors

The city of Southfield will
receive three mini-vans for use
by the city's senior adults. Two
of the three vans are
handicapped-lift equipped to
assist those with physical
disabilities.

Singer Discussed

Sharon Schwartz will discuss
the works of Isaac Bashevis
Singer, 1 p.m. Monday, in the
library of the Jewish Com-
munity Center in West Bloom-
field. There is no charge.

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New York (JTA) — Yad
Vashem researchers who have
examined 300 files from the
United Nations War Crimes
Commission (UNWCC) ar-
chive have discovered a
significant body of new infor-
mation on the Holocaust, in-
cluding lists of people who
ran the camps, previously
unknown official reports
detailing Nazi policy on Euro-
pean Jewry and the camps,
and new information on Nazi
medical experiments, accord-
ing to a report last Monday.
Yad Vashem researchers
also noted that the files are
especially valuable to
English-speaking researchers
because they are a rare source
of first-hand information on
the Holocaust in English.
In spite of demands by the
Israeli government and
Jewish groups demands to
open up the archive, the UN
Secretariat and legal advisors
have decided to maintain
limited access for UN mem-

ber governments only. The
regulations keep the files ef-
fectively closed to the re-
searchers, journalists and
historians, locked away in a
Manhattan basement that
houses the UN Archives.
The Swedish UN Chief Ar-
chivist, Alf Erlandsson, who
has been caretaker of the UN
Archives since 1971, explain-
ed the origins of the confiden-
tiality over the war crimes
files.
About 80 percent of the
material in the UNWCC ar-
chive has never been secret
and is available to the public,
Erlandsson said. The unre-
stricted part includes the
memos, minutes and general
descriptions of the commis-
sion's work from 1943 to 1948.
The other 20 percent of the
archive holds some 40,000
charge files on individuals,
25,000 of whom the commis-
sion accused of war crimes
and recommended be prose-
cuted.

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