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May 18, 1990 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-05-18

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I DETROIT 1

THE DETROIT ZIONIST FEDERATION

Holocaust Trip

presents

A community celebration of the 23rd Anniversary
of the Reunification of Jerusalem

JERUSALEM DAY

(YOMYERUSHALYIM)

7:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 24

United Hebrew School Auditorium

21550 West 12 Mile, Southfield

In cooperation with the Jewish Educators Council,
winners of the student contest will be announced

Entertainment featuring:

A Musical Celebration
for Children and the Whole Family

Tickets:
Adult

$5.00

(One FREE youth ticket with
every paid Adult Ticket)

Youth (Under 18) . $2.00
Senior (Over 62) .$2.00

For Information Call:
Belle Schwartz, Chairperson . .967-3891
661-5440
Israel Program Center
Detroit Zionist Federation . . 353-8828

For tickets, contact any of the above or purchase at the door.

Zionists
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Kogan said.
thought Auschwitz was too
Wolfe said the experience
sanitary. But as she con-
taught him that as easy as it
tinued to walk through the
might be to hate Poland
camp, the reality of what
after seeing the camps, he
had happened there hit her.
could not hate every person.
"I kept thinking of how
"People must be looked at
people could come up with
individually," Wolfe said.
this. How could people be so
"If not, we would have
concerned about putting in
learned nothing from the
crematoriums and which gas
Holocaust."
would kill. It is so difficult. It
Domstein said the contrast
is something I can never rec-
between Poland and Israel
oncile," Guyer said.
"smacks you in the face."
For some, the sights and
"I felt so good, so much
emotions were too much,
pride in Israel," Kogan said.
Guyer said. As people walk-
"I've never heard `Hatikvah'
ed through the barracks,
sung louder than in Israel.
"others would sit on the
You can really feel it."
grass trying to figure this
Through the trip, Doms-
out."
tein, Kogan and Evie
Domstein found Auschwitz
Rogers, a 16-year-old junior
too clean. But she found
at Groves, became good
Birkenau, which was left in
friends. Now that they are
the same condition as
back, classmates ask the trio
soldiers found it during
if they had fun during their
World War II, more moving.
trip.
She cried as the group said
"It wasn't fun," Kogan
Kaddish in one of the rooms
said.
"It wasn't supposed to
lined with wooden barracks.
be fun.."
Signs of anti-Semitism
Although the trip taught
remain in Poland, said
her more about the Holo-
Domstein, who saw people in
caust, Kogan knows the edu-
the crowd pointing fingers
cation process must con-
and laughing at the mar-
tinue.
chers.
Shortly after she returned
"The people really did not
a
classmate asked her what
want us there," she said.
she did in Poland.
Kogan admits some Poles
"I told him I saw the death
were not friendly, but she
camps of the Holo-
does not believe it was anti-
caust.'What is the Holo-
Semitism. "It's hard to say if
caust. I must have missed it,'
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he said. I'm going to talk to
Jews. No one had a chance to
him." ❑
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ecular studies
teachers at Yeshiva
Beth Yehudah con-
tinued to strike this week as
the staff and school ad-
ministration failed to reach
a contract settlement.

The afternoon teachers at
both the Joseph Tanenbaum
School for Boys in Southfield
and the Sally Allan Alex-
ander Beth Jacob School for
Girls in Beverly Hills went
on strike last week after con-
tract negotitiations fell
apart. The teachers have
been working without a con-
tract since September.
Teachers met with the
administration Monday and
Tuesday evenings to discuss
the contract, said Fred
Goldenberg, who resigned as
the teachers' negotiator in
frustration. Reportedly, no
progress was made in the
talks. Goldenberg was incor-
rectly identified in The Jew-

ish News last week as an at-
torney.
Four teachers have agreed
to lead the negotiations for
the staff. But teacher Marcia
Bennett refused to discuss
any proposals while negotia-
tions are underway.
Miriam Ehrenreicht,
yeshiva PTA president,
would not comment on the
strike except to say, "We
just hope both sides will
have the children's interest
at heart."
Yeshiva parents said the
strike has forced the boys'
school administration to
send the sixth, seventh and
eighth grade students home
at 2:30 p.m. They usually
leave school at 5:15 p.m. The
elementary students leave
school at 4 p.m.
Dana Charles, yeshiva di-
rector of community affairs,
said the school is trying to
find substitutes for the strik-
ing teachers so that older
students will stay in class
until 4 p.m. But some classes
have been released early.
At the girls' school, some

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