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March 24, 1961 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-24

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NCJW Opposes Federal Aid for Private Schools

PITTSBURGH, (JTA) — The ing its Bar Mitzvah year in the democratic milieu in which we so •
fortunately live today," she said.
convention of the National Coun- oldest land in the world.
"We in the United States, who
cil of Jewish Women taking place
here issued a plea against grant- get only pieces of this picture
ing government aid to private and from either the Jewish or general
religious schools, emphasizing press, are frequently at a loss
that such aid "would undermine to understand the nature of de-
Newest
the very foundations of public velopments in Israel," she con-
education in the United States." tinued. "Israel will continue to
Nationally Famous
A statement adopted by over do things we can't understand,
800 delegates, representing 123,- make statements we can't agree
Spring Fashions
uld not
000 council members in 329 affi- with. Basically
In
,
affect
o
liated local units, declared that
proposals for Federal aid to reli- Israe

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ous and cul- ) Suits
, our
gious schools are based on the
al ties.
same reasoning as governmental
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"We, e not called on to judge
aid to parents who. do not wish
oes; to have
everyt n
Charge Accounts Invited
send their children to des
s-
•if- an o
gated schools. "There is
ce
y.
es," raeli, atmen
ference in these appr
J
en
hose Lea rs •
added the women's gro
PRE-HOLIDAY
rush
Cross co unity don't have
membership represent
• en-Gurion
section of all shades of merican in o print' every -V
official makes
or anothe
Jewish belief.
Selected Groups of
et us rededicate our-
system
"The public educatio
e ves to the long-range task—to
has always been based
Merchandise from
concept that the state must pro- the educational and cultural up-
vide for-the education of children building of Israel, as we do to
20% to 50% off
in Government-sponsored schools, the building of the Jewish heri-
open to all," the statement said. tage in our own country and
Alterations Free
"Today, in a confusing shift of everywhere." ,
Analyzing American Jewish ....
approach, it is being argued that
the Government's obligation is to communal life, the NCJW presi-
Expert Alterations on
aid the child being educated, dent pointed out that 80 per cent
people
living
in
the
of
the
Jewish-
whether • in public or private
Ladies' & Men's Clothing
schools. It is urgent to help United States are American-born.
keep the issue clear in our own "The emerging American Jewish
communities. Whfle parents have community represents truly the
TUXEDO RENTALS
a right to choose - private educa- best of both worlds,--the best of
Perfect Individual Fitting
the
world
of
our
tradition,
our
tion it is not the Gove ifs •• ent's
Judaism, and the best of the
business to subsi
eren "
"it is in
e Council noted
For the Finest in Music
the public school that children
Tailors, Clothiers & Cleaners
of diverse national origins, reli-
ra to kno
gions
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separation
a e has its most
application."
Touching upon the relationship
between American Jewry and Is-
rael, Mrs. Charles Hymes of Min-
neapolis, national president of
the Council, told the delegates
"Israel is passing_ through a try-
ing period of rapid growth. If a
stable country like the United
States,
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As a result of the Passover restrictions, it is of the utmost im-
portance to the Jewish housewife to cook dishes that are not only
delicious but that are also confined within the framework of
Passover regulations.
Naturally, every woman of the house wants the eight days
of menus to be appealing to the eye, the appetite and her
pocketbook.
In keeping with the age-old Passover traditions, trained home
economists are constantly developing new and delectable recipes
that completely meet the requirements of the special Passover
dietary laws.
Here is a recipe ideal for your use during the eight days
of Passover. It has been especially prepared by Deborah Ross
in the test kitchens of the B. Manischewitz Company.

MOCHA SPONGE CAKE
6 eggs, separated
1 box Manischewitz PaSsover
3/ 4 cup water
Sponge Cake Mix
1 bar (1% oz.) bittersweet
2 tablespoons instant
chocolate, grated
coffee powder
Stir instant coffee powder into package of mix. Combine and bak
directed on box. While folding in beaten egg whites, add the grated
late. Frost, if desired, with Coffee Fluff.

COFFEE FLUFF
1 tablespoon Manischewitz
2 egg whites, unbeaten
instant coffee
11/2 cups brown sugar
Dash of salt
5 tablespoons water
Dissolve instant coffee in the water. Place all ingredients in top
boiler over rapidly boiling water. Beat constantly with hand or
beater until frosting stands in a peak on beater. Spread on cake.
with -walnut halves.

Friedman's Story of Search for
Eichmann Related in 'The Hunter'

The approach of the trial of
Adolf Eichmann lends impor-
tance, to the account of the
search for the arch criminal,
as told by Tuviah Friedman, the
man who made it his life's aim
to search for the Nazi murderer
who engineered the plans for
mass extermination of Jews, and
whose activities spurred the
capture.
Friedman relates his story in
"The Hunter," which is being
issued today by Doubleday and
Co. It is "the autobiography of
the man who spent 15 years
searching for Eichmann."
Written in Yiddish, the Dou-
bleday book is the E n g-1 i s h
version, edited and translated
by David C. Gross, a New York
writer.
It is not until Page 125 of
the 286-page book that Eich-
inann is mentioned in "The
Hunter." Until that point, ,
Friedman's story is about his
early -life under the Nazis, the
dangers that were undergone
by him and his family, of
which he and a sister sur-
vived. As a result of the suf-
ferings they had undergone,
Friedman made it his life's
ambition to track down Nazi
criminals and to bring them
to justice. In the course of
his experience, "Arthur," of
the Haganah center in
Vienna, told him about Eich-
mann and asked him to hunt
for him. Friedman promised
and the search then began.
The story of the pursuit, of
the search for Eichman n's
photographs, the contacts with
his wife and mistresses, the
tracing in many quarters, makes
"The Hunter" an interesting
account of a man's determina-
ting to bring a criminal to
justice.
Eichmann's background is
traced to Austria as the land
of his birth, but it developed
that Austrians sought to avert
the hanging of an Austrian,
"even if he was convicted for
murdering Jews."

Dieter Wisliczeny entered the
picture. As one of Eichmann's
right hand men, he is quoted
at length, providing evidence
of Eichmann's crimes.
, The search went on in many
lands and Friedman ne
e
tired. Before the end o
ish
war he adopted a
nder
name, Tadek Jasins
ny con-
this pose he made
tacts and many
ends. He
rked with
went to Israel,
Haganah, served n the war
of independence.
en he or-
ganized and beca
of the Haifa Institute
Documentation of Nazi War
Crimes. His search led, him
to make contacts with Jewish
leaders, in the Israel govern-
ment and in the Jewish
Agency.
The Haifa documentation cen-
ter was of his own making. He
refused to abandon it when
he was approached by the
government-sponsored Yad
Washem center for the docu-
mentation of Nazi crimes. He
pursued his task in spite of the
fact that he represented no
Now he clai
inspirer o
capture
Wa
? Time will
we h. -
a unt of
idea—the
riminal.
is
t
additional merit
in-
in:
hat in-
clude:
annsee Report on
the Final Solution of the Jew-
ish Problem by SS Gruppen-
fuehrer Heydrich; a
n
record of Euro
the number
list of N
main a

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ou
ation
eve ually de-
cancer u • ess the pre
slowed. Support t
er-
cer Soci
e effort
sease.

RADOM

Dave Diamond

.

WEEKS .. .







Assist-
ttorney Rob-
ascio as, a candidate
etroit Common Pleas Court
judge.
The election will be held
April 3.
_DeMascio is head of the crim-
inal Division of the U.S. District
Attorney's Office here. Among
his achievements in that office
was the organization of a state-
wide drive against obscene lit-
erature.
He was given a "preferred"
rating by the Detroit Citizens
League—Civic Searchlight.
DeMascio is a graduate of
Wayne State University and a
at veteran of World War
is 38, married and the
three children.

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ervised by Mrs. Willinger,
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aw. Cantor performing, Wonder-
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29 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, March 24, 1961

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