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October 02, 1959 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-02

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Fri day, October 2, 1959 -- 3$

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S

NCRAC. Coordinated Program Plan Sets Forth Communities' Problems

MR. AND MRS..

The plan takes note of move-
Arab states
NATHAN F I SHMAN
—Advance equal rights and ment in Congress toward modi-
333 Covington Drive
fication
of
the
national
origins
equal opportunities for all
without regard to religion, quota system for making immi-
Wish Their Friends and
race, color or national gration visas available and
toward the inclusion of pro-
origin.
Relatives a Happy and
—Liberalize U.S. immigration visions for refugee relief within
Prosperous New Year
policies and provide more the permanent immigration
code.
effective refugee aid
—Defend the rights of free
speech, assembly and asso-
ciation
—Defend the Supreme Court
against efforts to discredit
it and limit its independ-
from
ence
—Increase the effectiveness
of Jewish community rela-
tions work generally
WHERE ONLY THE FINEST
While noting an increase in
anti-Semitic agitation and dis-
AND BEST FOODS ARE SERVED
tribution of hate literature,
"especially in some parts of the
20176 LIVERNOIS, 11/2 blocks south of 8 Mile Road
South as bigots sought to ex-
ploit tensions over the deseg-
UN 2-9762
OPEN 24 HOURS
regation controversy," the plan
concludes that the appeals were
almost universally disregarded
and rejected and that overt
anti-Semitism continued at a
low ebb.
There is much interfaith co-
TIME FOR REFLECTION AND RESOLUTIONS
operation in many social wel-
fare causes, the plan observes,
"WHOSOEVER HONORS THE TORAH SHALL
but "ordinary social intercourse
continued to be largely con-
HIMSELF 'BE HONORED"
A Happy, Healthy and
fined within faith groupings."
"Intrusions of religion upon
Prosperous
the public schools" were major
causes of interreligious confict.
the plan asserts. "Such issues
as religious symbols in public
school classrooms, Bible-read-
ing, prayer recitation and bac-
To the Jewish Community
calaureate services vied with
holiday observances as bases
for controversy over religion in

the schools."
Rosh Hashanah is a religious milestone, when we
Sunday closing laws are
pause to reflect upon our past deeds to make reso-
cited as another source of
lutions for the future.
conflict among religious
groups during the past year.
At the dawn of this New Year of 5720, the
The plan calls for "increased
efforts for exemption of Sab-
bath observers from applica-
tion" of such laws, which it
labels "intrusions by the state
on religious freedom."
Noting that a 1958 federal
`-`humane slaughtering" law ex-
plicitly defined the Jewish re-
ligious method of slaughter as
humane, the plan reviews cam-
leaders in the manufacture of fine delicatessen meat
paigns for state legislation dur-
products for nearly 70 years, reaffirm the principles
ing the 1959 sessions. It calls
that have made WILNO Kosher products the fa-
for intensification of public edu-
vorite of families frofn coast to coast:
cational activities to spread
knowledge of the humaneness
TO safeguard resolutely our religious heritage
of the Jewish religious method
of Kashruth,
of slaughter. It also announces
the initiation of a scientific re-
TO maintain rigidly the WILNO standards of
search study "to ascertain the
highest quality,
most humane practical methods
TO preserve faithfully the inimitable WILNO
of restraining animals prepara-
tory to" such religiously pre-
FLAVOR,
scribed slaughter.
TO continue steadfastly to justify the confi-
Reviewing developments in
dence placed in our INTEGRITY.
the Middle East that are of con-
cern to the American Jewish
The KASHRUTH department is under the super-
community, the plan comments
vision of two prominent rabbis: Rabbi Boruch Ra-
with gratification on the growth
binowitz,_Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal, and two steady
of friendly relations between
MASHGICHIM: Rev. Abraham Weinberg and Rev.
the U.S. and Israel, and the ex-
tension of Israel's diplomatic.
Nachman Stone-.
commercial . and cultural rela-
With a sincere -and fervent prayer for World Peace
tions with new Asian and Afri-
and the safety of Israel, we wish our worthy Rabbis,
can states (Burma, Ghana, Li-
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
all Rabbis everywhere, our customers and Jewish
beria and others.)
people the world over,
Citing confict and disunity
PRES.
among Arab states, "arising out
A Happy, Healthful, Prospective and Peaceful
of opposition to Nasser's im-
New Year !
perialistic machinations," it says
U. S.
that this "helped to expose the
INSPECTED
KOSHER ZION
hollowness of the Arab propa-
AND PASSED BY
THE SIGN
DEPARTMENT OF
MEATS ARE
ganda seeking to depict Israel
AGRICULTURE
OF QUALITYI
EST. I
STRICTLY KOSHER
as the root of all the trouble in
OF CHICAGO
the region."
The plan calls for continuing
efforts .to foster public under-
standing in the United States
of this nation's stake in the
Greetings From Julius Pollak
establishment of a just and
stable peace in the Middle East,
At Leading Groceries, Restaurants, Delicatessens & Super Markets 1_ and for effective counteraction
of false Arab propaganda here.
Declaring that the Execu-
tive branch of the U.S. gov-
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ernment "continues to acqui-
esce" in the imposition by
Arab governments of discrim-
inations against United States
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citizens because they are
Jews, the plan calls for "con-
tinuing remonstrances.",

The 54 national Jewish or-
ganizations and local Jewish
councils comprising the Na- .
tional Community Relations Ad- ,
visory Council disclosed this
week their joint plans for co-
ordinated programs during the
coming year.
Representing the consensus of
the national and local Jewish
agencies, the plan spotlights
major Jewish community rela-
tions problems, specifies what
needs to be done about them
in the present situation, and
calls special attention to pro-
grams most needed at this time.
The seventh in an annual
series since 1951, the plan is

titled "Joint Program Plan for
Jewish Community Relations in
1959-60."
Incorporating a broad review
of events and developments
since the fall of 1958, 'the plan
sets forth coordinated programs
designed to
—Protect religious freedom
—Foster good interreligious
relationships
—Promote public understand-
ing of America's stake in
preserving peace with jus-
tice and stability in the
Middle East
—P rotect the rights of
American citizens against
discriminations imposed by

Woliday greetings

ROBIN HOOD'S

ROSH HASHANAH

NEW YEAR-

KOEPPLINGER'S
BAKERY

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HOLIDAY GREETINGS

DAVID MANASTER,

Wilno Kosher Sausage Co,

KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO

VIENNA WHOLESALE DELICATESSEN

WILNO KOSHER PRODUCTS

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