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June 21, 1968 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, June 21, 1968

Broomfield Attacks State Dept. at Rally Earlier Deadline,
for July 5 Issue
Protesting Polish, Govt. AntimSentitism
On account of the Fourth

"We must never give up. We nam. In the latter case, "the ad- of July, all copy for the issue
On Sunday afternoon, when Jew-
ish families in Detroit were cele- must make the Iron Curtain re- ministration argues we are seek- of July 5 must reach us
brating Father's Day, some 250 gimes realize it's too expensive to ing to help an oppressed people. earlier than usual.
persons gathered at the Jewish continue this cold, bloodless geno- By the logic expressed there, we
Deadlines for the issue of
should intervene with Poland.
Center to express their solidarity cide.
July
5 will be at noon Friday,
"We
are
a
super
power.
We
"Second, we must keep alive the
with their beleaguered brethren in
claim
to
possess
certain
principles.
June
28.
behind
the
Iron
hope of Jews
Poland,
It is consistent with the United
"You are safe and secure in this , Curtain . . . The answer is in your States position to express concern
Visit not too frequently the
country," said Monroe Sheinberg, 1 hands."
for the plight of Polish Jews."
house of your friend, lest he tire
Broomfield called the "anti-
national director of the Jewish War
One way of starting, he said, of you and hate you.—S'abbath 31
Veterans, "but that is all the more Zionist" charges of the Polish would be to emphasize in all trade
gathered for you
government "ridiculous in light negotiations with Eastern Euro-
reason why you should react . . .
PRESENTS
by
The issue is so basic, it cries out of the fact that a great many pean countries that "we're dead
of those Jews who remain in serious about the treatment of
for the empathy of Jews through-
Poland are elderly and ill — minorities . . . And we can start
out the world."
shared the speaker's hardly the sort that incites revo- by re-evaluating our policy of arms
Sheinberg
elion. The Faithful City. City of Truth.
platform with Congressman Wil- lutions." Most have assimilated
sales to the Middle East.
City of Righteousness. Royal Diadem.
"It is ironic," said Broom-
liam
S. Broomfield, who coupled into the Communist way of life.
Crown of Beauty. The Joy of the
field, "that this has occurred on
his attack on the Polish govern- "It is absurd . . . but distress-
Whole Earth. Tender, rhapsodic, pas-
the 25th anniversary of the War-
ment with a protest against the ing," he said.
sionate and mystical are the endear-
BIG BAND OR SMALL COMBOS
U.S. State Department's attitude
ments lavished by Israel's prophets
This oppression practiced against saw Ghetto Uprising . . There
and poets upon what is perhaps the
that "the problems of the Jews in some 30,000 Jews out of a total is no reason why we should per-
UN 3-8982 UN 3-5730
.best loved, most yearned for, most dis-
mit ourselves to be remembered
Poland are none of our business." population of 30,000,000, is "a sym-
puted, most dreamed of and most
Broomfield has joined with sev- bolic segment of the larger effort in the same way that we are
prayed for city in all of history, an old
eral other Congressmen in intro- to resist the tide of enlightenment remembered from World War
old city that was already old when
A BEAUTIFUL
ducing a resolution asking that and change sweeping across Eur- II."
David made it his capital some three
This
apathy
to
which
Broom-
Congress
express
its
condemnation
ope," said Broomfield.
thousand years ago.
of the Polish Communist regime
What can the United States do? field was referring was picked up
for its oppression of Jewry.
"If I forget thee, 0 Jerusalem," sang
"History and conscience dictate in the comments by Lawrence
AND
the Psalmist, "let my right hand for-
Petitions distributed at the that we must do what we can to Gubow, president of the Jewish
get its cunning. Let my tongue cleave
rally were signed and sent to help," said Broomfield. The apathy Community Council. "Are we going
FURNITURE CLEANING
to the roof of my mouth if I remember
Congressmen urging them to of the State Department is "sadly to go home and be apathetic and
Satisfaction guaranteed —
thee not ; if I set not Jerusalem above
back the resolution and to put reminiscent of another time—the forget what we've heard today?"
Mothproofing free. Wall-
my chiefest joy."
pressure on the Johnson admin- same rationalizing we saw in he asked.
to-wall carpet cleaning.
"When
any
man
loses
any
right
istration
for
action
on
the
ques-
World War II."
he descendents of the Psalmist did
Five cents a square foot,
tion. Other petition forms are
remember. For two thousand years
The administration's ratiQuale, in the world, it's a blow to free-
available at the offices of the he continued, is that interference dom throughout the world. We
minimum $1 5.
they remembered. With a passion that
Jewish Community Council, 163 in the internal affairs of Poland must let our brethren know we
never waned and that time in fact in-
542-4735
Madison, which sponsored the would create a precedent. How- stand behind them. Don't let this
tensified, with a faithfulness without
parallel, beyond reason and beyond be-
rally. Also on the program was ever, we have intervened in other situation be met by silence."
lief, they remembered Jerusalem. At
Cantor Louis Klein of Cong. countries, he said, notably Viet-
coss ■ maimmimmilmlwaiff—e.
every wedding, they remembered. At
Bnai Moshe, who sang several
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Sheinberg recounted the series
Israel's ancient capital runs through our
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sapphires. I will make thy pinnacles of
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Last and Nor-
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more than ever before, it is important
man Adelsberg,
other national Jewish leaders
to "pray for the peace of Jerusalem."
vice presidents:
picketing the Polish Embassy in
Martin Segal
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
Washington, said that for the first
hat prompted Billy Rose to present
treasurer; Mark
time, the Polish League of Vet-
FOR
A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVA?
his great sculpture collection to the
Webber, Max
erans and the Jewish War Vet-
National Museum of Israel in Jeru-
Drew
and
Jack
erans have issued a joint statement
salem? "I decided to give it to Israel,"
Goldman, secre-
decrying Polish anti-Semitism.
he reasoned, "because it is hungrier
taries; Oscar
Rosenfeld
"Veterans comprise one of the three
for culture than any other country in
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the world." Isn't that a good reason?
great lobbies in the United States," Bakalar, chaplain; Meyer Silber-
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on Israel and on the Jews."
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Sheinberg quoted a high Soviet kiert, Morton Epstein, Al Mon-
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delson, Louis Levitan, Henry Up-
I say he's dead wrong.
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bruck.
1 /2 cup Planters Oil

Miriam Field_

Hal Gordon
MUSIC

CARPET

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SALMON

Activities

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2 cups finely chopped onions

2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
2 1 /2 pounds ground beef chuck
1 can (1-pound) Italian plum tomatoes
2 /3 cup chopped Planters Cocktail Peanuts
3 tablespoons tomato paste
2-3 tablespoons chili powder
1 tbsp. salt • 1 tsp. cumin seeds
1/4 teaspoon hot pepper sauce
2 /3 cup Planters Cocktail Peanuts
1/4 cup chopped parsley
Hot cooked rice

EileenWinkler Engaged
to David Tannenbaum

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sake of

Shrewsbury Rd. announce the en-

gagement of their daughter Gail
Reva to Howard Stanley Niskar,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nis-
kar of Greenfield Rd., Southfield.
An Aug. 5 wedding is planned.
* 0
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chayet of
Moritz Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Helen Sue Ring to Joel M. Bodzin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay S. Bodzin
of Parklawn Ave., Oak Park. An
Aug. 29 wedding is planned.

Measure Planters Oil into large pan. Add

onion and garlic; sauté until tender. Add
ground beef and brown lightly. Stir in
tomatoes, 2A cup chopped Planters Cock-
tail Peanuts, tomato paste, chili powder,
salt, cumin seed and hot pepper sauce.
Simmer until sauce is thick, about 30 to
35 minutes. Stir in 2/3 cup coarsely chopped
Planters Cocktail Peanuts and chopped
parsley. Serve over hot cooked rice . . . to
eight or ten cultivated beefeaters.

hopped beef and fried onions to
C
"cure" a cold? It may surprise you to

know that this is just what the doc-
tors ordered—the doctors, it must
hastily be added, in eighth century
Padua, Italy.. I don't know how their
patients fared but your family will
feast happily and, I hope, healthily
on intriguingly seasoned fare like this
Mexican Chili. So eat and enjoy!

8rigag ernents

PGASP Is Planning
Old-Fashioned Picnic

.

MISS EILEEN WINKLER

Dr. and Mrs. Adolph A. Winkler
of Cranbrook Dr., - at a family
brunch, announced the engage-
ment of their daughter Eileen
Sharon to David Tannenbaum, son
MANNA ABOUT TOWN
of Mrs. Helen Tannenbaum of
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Greenlawn Ave. and the late Mr.
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE
Aaron M. Tannenbaum.
BRIGHT YOUNG HOMEMAKER
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Wayne State University. Her fiance
In a city where there are no attended Michigan State and Wayne
vegetaKes,, the wise, man should State universities. A , Nov. 10 wed-
ding is planned.
not live—Eiubin 55

PGASP (Post Graduate Adas
Shalom Presents) will start off a
series of summer activities with
an old-fashioned picnic at Belle Isle
Sunday.
Girls are asked to bring a box
lunch to be auctioned off. There
will be canoeing and bicycling.
Picnickers will meet at noon in
front of Adas Shalom Synagogue
for rides and instructions. Single
people age 21 to 35 are invited.
An. alternate activity will .be held
in case of rain.

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