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May 24, 1968 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-24

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28—Friday; May 24, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kovinsky-Kowal Rites
Local Petition Drive Launched Held at Adas Shalom

to Protest Polish Anti-Semitism

A massive local petition effort
denouncing the emergence of a po-
litically inspired and government-
sanctioned anti-Semitic campaign
in Poland was announced by Lawr-
ence Gubow, president of the Jew-
ish Community Council. Gubow
stated that in the first days of the
campaign, conducted by local or-
ganizational members, hundreds of
signatures have already been col-
lected. They are being forwarded
to members of Michigan's Congres-
sional delegation in Washington

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asking them to urge that the United
States issue an official condemna-
tion of anti-Semitic activities and
consider the immediate termination
of the "favored nation" commercial
treaty with Poland. The petitions
also call upon the Polish govern-
ment to permit Jews to emigrate
from Poland.
Working cooperatively with the
Community Council in this effort
is the Shaarit Haplayta, a Coun-
cil member organization com-
posed of survivors of the Holo-
caust. Shaarit Haplayta volun-
teers are conducting the petition
drive under the chairmanship of
Dr. John J. Mames. The presi-
dent of the organization, Martin
Rose, states that his group will
launch a door-to-door campaign
in Wayne and South Oakland
counties in an effort to enlist
thousands of local residents in
the petition drive.
In addition, Gubow announced
that plans are under way to stage
a community wide protest rally as
a further expression of Detroit
Jewry's concern.

Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica President JACQUES TOR-
CZYNER, was a members of a
delegation representing the Confer-
ence of President of Major Jewish
Organizations, at a special meeting
held in London this week. This
meeting was to prepare for a con-
ference of Jewish Organizations,
which is being called by Israeli
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, and
scheduled to be held in Jerusalem
during the summer of 1968.

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Dr. and Mrs. Robert Schlaff will
host a leadership reception in
honor of Henry Thumin, president
of Beth Abraham, 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day, in their home, 19115 Starlane,
Southfield.
Col Zeev Shaham will be the
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and Mrs. Meyer Kowal of War- chairman of the 1968 Torch Drive.
rington'Dr. and Henry Allan (Skip) The appointment of Werner, gen-
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The new House of Living Rooms is
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New York Board of Rabbis, pre-
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