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December 18, 1987 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-18

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Wiesel smiles when he
describes his own scenario for
the Dec. 6 rally. He had hoped
that 200,000 Jews would be
standing on the Ellipse in
front of the White House on
Dec. 7, when Gorbachev ar-
rived. "President Reagan
would take Gorbachev by the
arm over to the White House
window and say, 'Look. How
can we ignore 200,000 peo-
ple?"
Wiesel's speech last week
was delivered on the one-year
anniversary of the Nobel
Prize ceremony honoring him
in Oslo, Norway. But as soon
as he could break away from
the Oslo festivities he return-
ed to his hotel room and
began telephoning Jewish
refuseniks in Moscow. "I
wanted them to know that

when a Jew rejoices it is
through them. Never have I
felt more part of a communi-
ty, but then I feel it every day.
Only God is alone," he told his
audience. "We are made to be
together . . . When we are
together our strength is com-
mensurate."
To emphasize his point,
Wiesel pointed to the times in
history when Jews chose
"solitary solutions" and fail-
ed. The Maranos of Spain, he
says, "paid with their lives"
for remaining Jews in secret
and virtually disappeared.
"The Jews of the Soviet
Union were Maranos for
decades, but they have come
back together. They gather by
the thousands on Simhat
Torah. The first to defy the
Soviet regime were young

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16 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1987

David Hermelin and Jane Sherman announce the Campaign total.

AJCampaign Opens
With $17 Million Total

Elie Wiesel spurred atten-
dance to soar at last week's
formal opening of the 1988
Allied Jewish Campaign.
More than 800 Detroiters at-
tended the event at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek to hear the
Nobel Laureate and the an-
nouncement that the Cam-
paign has achieved $17
million in pledges toward its
$26 million goal.
Campaign co-chairmen
Jane Sherman and David
Hermelin announced that
$17.7 million had been
pledged, representing an in-
crease of $1.6 million over the
opening total last year. The
amount is based on pledges
from 3,510 major givers.
Some 13,000 Detroiters will
be contacted in the remaining
months of the Campaign.

Dr. Conrad Giles, Jewish
Welfare Federation president,
spoke to the crowd about the
Dec. 6 Soviet Jewry

demonstration in Washing-
ton, praising Detroiters for
"seizing the opportunity" in
an effort to make a difference
for fellow Jews.
"When we stand in judge-
ment in history we can say
that on that one beautiful day
we stood together," Dr. Giles
said.
The audience saw a slide
presentation covering the
Washington rally, and also
heard a short musical presen-
tation by Soviet emigres
Nicolai and Ludmilla
Lemberg.
Earlier in the day, Wiesel
met with several groups of
Detroiters. He spent 45
minutes with the board
members of CHAIM (Chil-
dren of Holocaust Survivors
Association in Michigan) and
was also presented a copy of
the new high school Holo-
caust curriculum prepared by
the Center for the Study of
the Child.

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