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October 23, 1987 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-23

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The Holocaust Memorial Center

invites the community to participate in its

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Third Anniversary Dinner
Sunday, November 15, 1987
Renaissance Ballroom, Westin Hotel

Presentation of the Coveted RIGHTEOUSNESS AWARD to

RAOUL WALLENBERG

While Pope Pius XII and the Vatican refused even to condemn Nazi
Germany's atrocities against the Jews,

Remember ; RAOUL WALLENBERG

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PI acted in the midst of evil to save Jews.

While most of the Catholics, particularly in Eastern Europe, were indifferent
to the plight of our brothers and sisters and a significant number
collaborated with the Germans in their mass murder of our people,

Remember

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stood out as a shining light, working day and
night saving tens of thousands of Jews.

While the Western governments rejected all efforts to take concrete actions
to save the Jews in Europe,

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Remember IRAOUL WALLENBERG

Raoul Wallenberg

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did act and proved that even one individual with
a decent and noble heart could and did save tens
of thousands of Jews.

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Holocaust survivor from Hungary

Governor James J. Blanchard
Honorary Chairman

Leon Halpern, President
Holocaust Memorial Center

David Mondry
General Chairman

Holocaust Memorial Center
Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzveig
Henry S Dorfman
Founder & Executive Vice-President
Chairman, Executive Committee

Jack A. Robinson
Patron Chairman

Selma Silverman
Administrator

Hors d'oeuvres 5:30 p.m. • Dinner 6:30 p.m.

Patron $250 Convert $150



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Join us and be counted among those that REMEMBER
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Jacob Wallenberg, will accept the award on behalf of the Wallenberg family
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and will speak about Raoul Wallenberg's family background and historic
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mission of rescue.
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GUEST SPEAKER
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U.S. Congressman Tom Lantos
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The Holocaust Memorial Center, this nation's only exclusively-designed Holocaust
Center will, at this dinner, show the world that:
While we Jews will never forget what evil men did to us, We will forever remember
what this most righteous man among nations did for our people.




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showed the world what genuine righteousness
can accomplish.




FRIDAY, OCT. 23, 1987

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