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November 26, 1993 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-26

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Julie and Iry Free-
man announce the birth of their
daughter, Katherine Naomi
(Katie), in Pittsburgh. She is the
sister of Alex Michael Gold-
blum. Grandparents are Janet
Kreisman of Pittsburgh, Elena
and Arnold Kreisman of Co-
lumbia, Md., and Tessie-and the
late Jack Freeman of Braden-
ton, Fla., formerly of Hunting-
ton Woods. Katie is named in
memory of her aunt, Naomi Joy
Freeman.

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Susan (Klein) and
Howard Bruch of New York
City are very happy to an-
nounce the arrival of their son,
Zachary William, baby brother
to Jolie Irene. Proud grandpar-
ents are Agnes and Bernard
Klein of Bloomfield Hills and
Mariana and Israel Bruch of Al-
lentown, Pa. Zachary is named
in loving memory of his mater-
nal great-grandfather, Ervin
Klein, and his paternal great-
grandfather, William Bruch.

OCT. 7





Brad and Jennifer

(Wasson) Yaker of Chicago
happily announce the birth of
their son, Eli Benjamin (Yoel
Binyamin), brother to Zachary
Scott. Excited grandparents are
Pat and Ted Wasson of Bir-
mingham and Elaine and Barry
Yaker of Huntington Woods.
Great-grandparents are Clyde
Perkins of South Carolina,
Grace Wasson of Indiana and
Shirley and Max Wayburn of
Bingham Farms. Eli Benjamin
is named in loving memory of
his paternal great-grand-
mother, Betty Yaker.

JULY 13

Julius and Laura
(Kahn) Huebner Jr. of Ann Ar-
bor joyfully announce the birth
of Nathan Isaac, brother to
Samuel Abraham and Daniel
Benjamin. Proud grandparents
are Sheldon and Lois Kahn of
Grand Rapids and Julius and
Cynthia Huebner of Grosse
Pointe. Nathan Isaac is named
in loving memory of his great-
great-grandparents, Nathan
and Ida Kollenberg, and his
great-uncle, Nathan Kahn.



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Geneva (JTA) — The chur-
ches of Hungary voted to
support anti-Semitic laws at
the outbreak of World War
II, according to a new study
that is sharply critical of the
role played by church offi-
cials in Hungary during the
Nazi era.
"The Synagogue and the
Church," a study of anti-
Semitism in Hungary, has
just been released as the fif-
th in a series of booklets
from the Ecumenical Study
Center in Budapest.
The 74-page text —
written by representatives of
the Catholic, Lutheran, Bap-
tist and Reformed churches
— focuses on the biblical,
theological and ecclesi-
astical roots of anti-
a Semitism, which the
booklet calls "a special form
of racial hatred, the alarm-
ing signs of which can be
seen in the whole of
Europe."
More than 500,000
Hungarian Jews perished in
the Nazi death camps during
World War II, the study
says, adding that "sore
wounds are torn open even
today" if one raises the ques-

tion of how Hungarian chur-
ches behaved during the
period.
In 1938 and 1939, repre-
sentatives of Hungarian
churches voted — "although
with a bad conscience" — in
favor of laws discriminating
against Hungarians of Jew-
ish origin.
It was only after the oc-
cupation of Hungary by the
Nazis, when the deporta-
tions and persecutions
began, that church officials
realized the consequences of
their actions. according to
Although Protestant and
Catholic church leaders
sometimes intervened suc-
cessfully on behalf of
threatened Jews, "viewed
retrospectively, those steps
often weigh too light on the
scales of Christian faith."
Church officials "were not
able to examine their rela-
tions to the Jews theologi-
cally and raise their une-
quivocal voice accordingly."
As a result of these obser-
vations, the study suggests
that the time has come for a
reformulation of the rela-
tionship between the syn-
agogue and church. 0

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