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January 24, 1992 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-24

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Concert Opens
Allied Campaign

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16 FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1992

Jewish Business Network
Features Jackier, Kahn

Shelly Komer Jackier, ex-
ecutive vice president of the
American-Israel Chamber of
Commerce of Michigan, and
Mark Kahn, president, Pro-
duction Tool Supply, Inc., and
Chamber vice president, will
address a meeting of the
Jewish Business Network at
noon on Monday, Jan. 27, at

the Berkshire Hotel in
Southfield.
Ms. Jackier will provide an
update on the business
climate in Israel and the
business opportunities of joint
ventures and investment. Mr.
Kahn will relate his personal
experience of his company's
successful business ties with
several Israeli companies.

Department Of Justice
Is Seeking Survivors

New York — The Depart-
ment of Justice has requested
the assistance of the _World
Jewish Congress in locating
survivors of surgical steriliza-
tion procedures done by the
Nazis during the Second
World War.
The Office is investigating
several individuals who are
suspected of having perform-
ed or been involved in the per-
formance of surgical steriliza-
tion of Jews, or gentiles mar-
ried to Jews, in the cities of
Daugavpils, Ilukste, and
Valmiera, Latvia, during the
Nazi occupation between
1941 and 1944.
The WJC is urgently look-

ing for survivors who have
knowledge of the sterilization
program or procedures in
these cities. Since, due to the
personal and sensitive nature
of this topic, survivors may
wish their information to re-
main confidential, survivors
can be assured that no infor-
mation will be released
without their consent.

Individuals who can be of
assistance in this investiga-
tion are asked to contact: Mr.
Sidney Gruber, World Jewish
Congress, 501 Madison
Avenue — 17th Floor, New
York, N.Y. 10022-5602; (212)
755-5770.

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he Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan
Detroit opened its
1992 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign with a concert by Ars
Poetica Chamber Orchestra
on Monday at Temple Beth
El.
More than 800 people
came to hear the concert, as
well as an appeal by Cam-
paign co-chair Lawrence
Jackier. Mr. Jackier an-
nounced that $19.15 million
had been raised so far —

$600,000 more than last
year from the same con-
tributors.
Led by Anatoli Cheiniouk,
Ars Poetica performed works
by Ernst Bloch, Antonio
Vivaldi, Wolfgang Mozart
and Gioacchino Rossini.
Cellist Yuli Turovsky per-
formed solo pieces by Bloch.
The concert was performed
as a form of gratitude to the
Detroit Jewish community
for resettling hundreds of
Soviet Jews, including Mr.
Cheiniouk. Some of the or-
chestra members are also
emigres. ❑

Australia Sets Council
Of Christians, Jews

Sydney, Australia (JTA) —
Australia's first National
Council of Christians and
Jews will start operations
shortly to combat anti-
Semitism in Australian
churches and address other
matters of common concern.
Branches in New South

Wales and Victoria states
have formally endorsed a
constitution. Approaches
have been made to incor-
porate existing councils in
Western Australia, South
Australia and the
Australian Capital Ter-
ritory.

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