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LESLEY PEARL STAFF WRITER
ifting through the piles of
books and periodicals at
the library at the Agency
for Jewish Education
(AJE), Julie Solomon found a
Detroit Central High School
yearbook from 1942.
After enjoying the different
hairstyles and clothing, she
found a book about the Holo-
caust, discussing the very same
"It's amazing, all that is
here," Ms. Solomon said.
Ms. Solomon, a library sci-
known as the Midrasha, are
students, teachers, rabbis and
Several books have been
written, at least in part, in the
library. Ms. Solomon would like
to bring the authors back to dis-
cuss their writings.
In addition, she wants to ex-
pand activities and is consider-
ing book clubs or small chamber
The library is now open on
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ence graduate of Wayne State
University and former employ-
ee of libraries at Hillel Day
School and the Jewish Corn-
munity Center, has recently
taken over the books at the
She follows a 25-year tenure
by Sarah Bell.
"I want to continue the work
Sarah did and expand upon
it," Ms. Solomon said. "I want
to bring more people in here,
make it feel warm and attrac-
Most users of the AJE Corn-
munity Library, formerly
noon until 2:30 p.m. and Thurs-
day from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Expanded hours are a hope of
the AJE, however; its library,
like most others, is affected by
Other plans include a larg-
er fiction and youth collection
and a computerized system that
could be linked with other Jew-
"Our main focus will always
be maintaining the finest Ju-
daica information in the state,"
Ms. Solomon said. "We get calls
for information from every-
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La'Asot, a local Jewish orga-
nization monitoring anti-Se-
mitic and unbalanced views in
the media, has embarked on a
new program to reprimand
newspapers that print letters
by Holocaust deniers.
When a newspaper prints a
"revisionist" letter to the editor,
La'Asot members will call its
advertisers and ask them to
launch a boycott.
"It's not a matter of freedom
of the press," said La'Asot
founder Berl Falbaum. "It's a
matter of responsibility. We're
not questioning a newspaper's
right to print 'revisionist' ma-
terial. They certainly have that
right. We're saying that they
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