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March 13, 1992 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-13

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Mitzvah Corps Matches
Volunteers And Agencies

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM

Assistant Editor

S

herrie Stern is a mat-
chmaker of sorts,
though her clients are
not lovelorn young men and
women.
Mrs. Stern is a member of
a new Temple Israel group
that brings together men
and women looking to do a
mitzvah and organizations
that need their help.
The project is the brain-
child of temple member Dr.
Jerrold Weinberg. Together
with Mrs. Stern, Regine
Schmier, June Kamil, Sheila
Schiffer and Sandi Stocker,
he helped start the Mitzvah
Corps.
The corps will hold its first
recruitment meeting 9:30
a.m. April 5 at the temple.
Through the corps, vol-
unteers will be able to offer
their services in the follow-
ing areas:
• Clerical, working at the
temple office.
• Donating professional
skills.
• Pararabbinic, such as
-visiting with the sick or
homebound.
• Volunteering in the gen-

eral and Jewish community
at organizations including
Yad Ezra or the Home for
Aged.
Temple Israel Program Di-
rector Nancy Gad-Harf de-
scribed the corps as "a cen-
tralized catalog of volunteer
opportunities."
The program will allow in-
dividuals to volunteer for as
many projects, and for as
long a time, as they choose.
"Some people want to vol-
unteer an hour a week;
others want to work on a
one-time-only project," Mrs.
Stern said. "We'll have
something for everybody,
from the lawyer who wants
to donate his expertise to the
layman who wants to stuff
envelopes."
Based on past temple vol-
unteer projects, which have
attracted hundreds, Dr. Gad-
Harf said she anticipates a
great deal of interest in the
Mitzvah Corps.
"Every day I have people
call and say, 'I'd like to do
something for the hungry or
the homeless. What can I
do?' " she said. "The Mitz-
vah Corps will give people
an opportunity to become
involved in exercising their
Judaism." ❑

Dutch Recall
Deportation Of Jews

Amsterdam (JTA) — Fifty-
one years after Dutch
workers launched a general
strike to protest the deporta-
tion of Jews, several thou-
sand people gathered in the
former Jewish Quarter in
commemoration.
The event, celebrated an-
nually since the liberation of
Holland in 1945, centers on
the statue of the Stevedore in
Jonas Daniel Meyer Square,
which was the heart of
Amsterdam's Jewish
quarter before World War II.
The Stevedore was selected
by Dutch sculptor Mario
Andriesse to symbolize the
dockworkers of Amsterdam,
who were particularly
notable participants in
workers' strikes in Amster-
dam between Feb. 25 and 26,
1941, called to protest the
deportations of Jews.
The theme of this year's
commemoration was the
battle against racism, fas-
cism, xenophobia and all
forms of discrimination
which continues a half-

century after the end of the
Nazi era.
The original strike was a
spontaneous outburst to pro-
test the arrest and deporta-
tion of 425 young Jews.
This year, a plaque was
unveiled at the place where
the events leading up to the
strike originated.

It is the entrance of a
snack bar at 149 Van
Woustreet. In 1941 it was an
ice cream parlour called
Koco run by two German-
Jewish refugees, Ernst Cahn
and Albert Kohn.
On the evening of Feb. 19,
1941, intruders broke in.
One of the owners, Mr.
Cahn, sprayed them with
ammonia from a fire extin-
guisher. They turned out to
be German police.
In reprisal, the Nazis
selected 425 young people
from the Jewish quarter and
deported them. They ex-
ecuted Cahn and deported
his partner, Kohn, who died
in a concentration camp.

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