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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Arthur M. Horwitz

F. Kevin Browett

Publisher / Executive Editor

Chief Operating Officer

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Jackie Headapohl
Managing Editor

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Keri Guten Cohen

Story Development Editor

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EDITORIAL
Senior Copy Editor

David Sachs

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Editorial Assistant

Sy Manello

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HMC To Host Tour,
Talk By Dr. Guy Stern
The Holocaust Memorial Center (HMC)
Zekelman Family Campus will host a
museum tour and special presentation on
Sunday, Jan. 26, in honor of International
Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Admission to the HMC in Farmington
Hills is free all day; donations will still be
accepted.
A museum tour at 1 p.m. will walk
attendees through the museum dedicated
to the memory of the Holocaust.
At 2 p.m., following a short memorial
service, those not participating in the tour
can attend a special presentation by Dr.
Guy Stern, a World War II decorated vet-
eran and director of the HMC's Institute of
the Righteous. Stern will detail his family's
traumatic experience under Nazi rule, his
fortunate escape to the U.S. and his return
to Europe as an officer in the American
Secret Service.

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A member of the
famed Ritchie Boys,
Stern was decorated with
the Bronze Star Medal
and cited for his detailed
statistical analysis of
enemy divisions facing
the First Army. The lat-
Guy Stern
ter was of inestimable
value to both higher
and lower headquarters. He is a frequent
speaker to groups across North America
and Europe.
The program is possible through sup-
port from Pam and Ken Bloom and the
David-Horodoker Organization (DHO).
The DHO has a permanent exhibit on
display at the Holocaust Memorial Center
that celebrates and memorializes pre-
World War II life in the Belarus Shtetl of
David-Horodok. DHO members also will
be on site that day and available to speak
with visitors.

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Suzanne Chessler
Annabel Cohen
Don Cohen
Shelli Liebman Dorfman

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Ronelle Grier
Esther Allweiss Ingber
Harry Kirsbaum
Lynne Konstantin
Barbara Lewis
Rabbi Jason Miller
Allan Nahajewski
Robin Schwartz
Steve Stein

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Keri Guten Cohen

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RENAISSANCE

Israel Built Through the Faith of Our People — Detroit Jewry Honors

MMEDIA

. 50th Anniversary of World Mizrachi Movement
EAST GRAND BLVD.
Sunday Eve. January 20th 6 P. M. AT LATIN QUARTER,
NEAR WOODWARD

Mizrachi, founded in 1902 by the venerable Rabbi Isaac Jacob Reines of Lida, stands
today in the forefront of world Zionism. Religious American Jewry is led in ,its activi-
ties by Mizrachi and through the religious Zionist movement's inspiration a new era
has been created in the rebirth of Jewish loyalties. In the words of the late lamented
Rabbi Meir Berlin—Rabbi Bar-Ilan—who led the movement for many years: Mizrachi
continues in its efforts for Medical Israel as The Land of Israel for the People of
Israel according to the Law of Israel.

Mizrachi today lends newttrength to world Jewry through the estAblithment of

Chairman
Michael H. Steinhardt

Guest Speaker:

The Eminent Rabbi

President
Arthur M. Horwitz
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JOSEPH H.
LOOKSTEIN

Professor of Homiletics
at Yeshivah University

Chief Operating Officer
F. Kevin Browett
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Musical Program Under
Direction of Harry Segal
We Melte Detroit Jewry to
Participate In This Great
Anniversary guest

ear-Ilan Univertity at Ramat Gan, near TelAviv.

This model Ilniveralty wilt
meet the challenge of in -
creasing demands of mod.

Controller
Craig R. Phipps

ern society through an un-
dying devotion to a way of

life sanctified by centuries
of martyrdom for Judaism.

In

Corporate Creative Director
Deborah Schultz
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Detroit lifttrachi has

rendered yeoman service

to Israel, to our communi-

ty at large and more re-

FULFILLMENT

cently to the Israel bond

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Detroit Jewish News
Foundation Fellow

T

he Detroit Jewish commu-
nity has always demonstrated
its dedication to improving
educational opportunities through
participation in charities such as United
Hebrew Schools, the establishment of
Hillel Houses, and endowments for pro-
grams and scholarships. Of equal sig-
nificance is the community's continued
support for strengthening the State of
Israel. Occasionally, these two philan-
thropic ventures go hand-in-hand, such
as when a group of Jewish Detroiters
played a significant role in the estab-
lishment of Israel's Bar-Ilan University.

Dedicated in 1955, Bar-Ilan
University currently has more than
25,000 students and is one of the lead-

ing universities in Israel. The Jewish

News first reported on the activities of

the local Detroit chapter of the Friends
of the Bar Ilan University, including
Chairman Abe Nusbaum, in December
1951. The 50th anniversary of the
World Mizrachi Movement occurred
on Jan. 20, 1952, and the Detroit

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lending "new strength to world Jewry
through the establishment of Bar-Ilan
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