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June 17, 1988 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-17

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Vice Presidents Richard Berg
and Herman Ozrovitz;
Secretary Gloria Ellis; and
newly elected Vice President
Arthur Langer and Treasurer
Richard Racusin in forming
the committee.
Returning trustees include
Cary Adelman, Terry Brown
and Richard Emmer. Newly
elected trustees are Elissa
Berg, Marc Dobrowitsky,
Rhona Fidler, Karen Finn
and former Treasurer Rhoda
Krauss.

Clergy Join
Round Table

Religious leaders from chur-
ches, synagogues, temples
and mosques will participate
in a religious weekend, in-
itiated by the Greater Detroit
Interfaith Round Table and
the A World of Difference pre-
judice reduction campaign of
the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith on July 4.
A part of the International
Freedom Festival, uhe corn-
munitywide event will unite
all major religious groups in
an effort to improve relation-
ships between diverse ethnic,
racial and religious
communities.
Among those participating
are Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper
of Congregation Beth
Abraham-Hillel Moses; Rab-
bi Richard Hertz, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Beth El;
and Rabbi David Nelson of
Congregation Beth Shalom.

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Synagogue
To Be Restored

Bonn (JTA) — The East Ger-
man Communist regime
seems prepared to finance the
restoration of the famous
Orienburgerstrasse Syna-
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gogue, the largest and most
prestigious synagogue in
Berlin.
Ernst Honecker, the East
German leader, proposed at a
meeting with leaders of the
East Berlin Jewish communi-
ty last week that an interna-
tional panel and a foundation
be formed to oversee and fund
the restoration work. The
money would come largely
from the state.
Honecker's proposal is
understood to be a bid to
restore East Germany's im-
age, tarnished recently by
charges of anti-Semitism in
;- the state-controlled news
media. The accusation was
made by Rabbi Isaac Neu-
man, a retired American rab-
bi, who was hired to be the
religious leader of East Ger-
many's tiny Jewish communi-
ty and who abruptly left that
post recently.

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