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August 16, 1974 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-16

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Editor, The Jewish News,
On Aug. 8 I listened to the
Jewish radio hour conducted
by Jules and Mary Abrams
(four months after com-
memoration date) and with
shock I heard this story: the
Polish underground smuggled
in arms to prepare the War-
saw Ghetto Uprising and that
the Polish youth went to the
ghetto to participate in the
fighting.

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I don't know where the
Abramses got all this infor-
mation. I myself was born in
Poland. , I am familiar with
the animalistic anti-Semitism
of the Poles. But in this case
I will use as witness the sur-
viving heroes of the Warsaw
Ghetto.

In the book published by
Wladki "From Both Sides of
the Ghetto Wall," Wladki,
herself a courier in the War-
saw Ghetto Uprising, says
(on pages 114-115), "The
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Rabbi Jonathan V. Plaut
of Cong. Beth El, Windsor,
has received a government
grant to compile a history of
the Jews in that city.
Rabbi Plaut, received the
funds from the Canadian Sec-
retary of State, department
of multi-culturalism. He be-
gan work on the project last
summer, compiling oral in-
terviews with many of the
older residents of the com-
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a number of early photo-
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ing to the pioneers of the
modern community.
According to Rabbi Plaut,
his research indicates that

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hiding on the Aryan side
witthout the collaboration of
the Polish denunciators."
About the problem of arms
she says "We smuggled arms
from the Aryan side for
which we paid a very high
price. This was in a time
when the Polish underground
had warehouses with all
kinds of arms." These same
things are described in the
books of Johnas Turkov and
Jacob Celemenski.
There were Polish people
risking their lives to save
Jews. But how many were
there? Less than a fraction
of one per cent. The truth
is the heroic fighters of the
Warsaw Ghetto met with in-
difference on the part of the
gentile world and when the
ghetto was in flames, the
Poles on the other side of
the wall were happily making
jokes about the Jewish "bed
bugs burning."
I don't write this of hate
to the Polish people. I don't
feel that toward any people,
but for history's sake I want
the truth to be preserved.
CHARLES UPFAL,

Friday, August 16, 1974-31

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activ ities in Society

Detroiters who attended the recent Alpha Zeta Omega
pharmaceutical fraternity's national convention in the Ba-
hamas are Mr. and Mrs. Max Millman, Gary Helper, Nate
Pack, Jim Millman and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Linden.

Detroiters attending the wedding of Sheryl Joy Wil-
liams and Dr. Steven La -uter in Leominster, Mass., were
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lash, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Streit
and family; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Berger; Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Bitterman, Dr. and Mrs. David Blum, Dr. Arthur
Conn, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Conn, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Richmond, Mr. Maynard Metier, Miss Debra Fridenberg,
and Dr. Michael Sandler of Ann Arbor.

Department of Michigan-Ladies Auxiliary delegates at-
tending the 79th annual convention of the Jewish War Vet-
erans this week at the Philadelphia Marriott Hotel are
Department President, Mrs. Jack Goyer, and Mesdames
Leonard Green, Norman Moss, Harry Left, Harold Jacobs,
John Nemon, Jack Iden, Rosalind Liner, Violet List and
Morton Oppenheim. Reports on the convention will be
heard at the department meeting 8:30 p.m. Sept. 4 at the
JWV Memorial Home:

Mr. and Mrs. David Russell of Stratford Pl., Oak Park,
are hosting her cousin Armand Stevin, of Rovno, Poland.
She has not seen him in 43 years.

Windsor JNF Cites Sen. Martin

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to Study City's Jewish History

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the earliest Jew lived in the
Windsor area around the
year 1790. Consequently, the
period being researched and
documented covers the period
1790 to the present. -
Rabbi Plaut said that sift-
ing through early property
assessments, telephone di-
rectories, city directories and
newspapers indicate a num-
ber of Jews arriving in Wind-
sor in the period 1880-1900.
Many of these names are
only assumed to be Jews, in
that no trace other than their
names can be found to sub-
stantiate their religion at this
time. He added that the nu-
cleus of the present day com-
munity formed at that time.
Many of the Jews who
lived briefly in Windsor in
that period moved to Detroit,
and descendants still live in
the city today. Rabbi Plaut
is seeking relatives of Jacob
Topkin , Samuel Abramson,
Rabbi Ashinsky or Ashlus-
key, a Belle River farmer
named Lebetsky, Jacob Lu-
bitskey, Isaac Rappenport,
Israel Rosen, Max Rosin,
Jacob Solomon and Meyer
Wartelsky. Also being sought
are people with knowledge of
Rev. Louis Hirsch, Rabbi
Wolinsky and Abraham or
Joseph Stein.
Anyone with knowledge or
materials relating to the
1880-1900 period are asked
to write Rabbi Plaut, 2525
Mark, Windsor, Ont., or call
him at 519-969-2422.

Correction in Order

The wedding announcement
for Mrs. James Wolman ap-
pearing in last week's Jew-
ish News should have read
that Mrs. Ruth Talmer was
her sister's bridesmaid, Lar-
ry Wolman was his brother's
best man and that Dr. Sam
Talmer was an usher. Mrs.
Wolman's husband is study-
ing hospital administration at
Wayne State University.

Attending the Jewish National Fund's Negev Dinner
honoring Sen. Paul Martin July 31 at Shaar Hashomayim
Synagogue were, from left, Shmuel Ovnat, Israel consul
general in Toronto; Norman Levitt, Ontario JNF president;
Lazatus Phillips, a prominent member of the Canadian
Jewish community; Sen. Martin, leader of the government
in the Canadian Senate; Mrs. Martin; Jacob D. Geller,
dinner chairman; and Melvin Sorffer, Windsor JNF
president.

Sen. Paul Martin was hon-
ored by the Windsor Jewish
National Fund at its Negev
Dinner July 31 "in recogni-
tion of his most distinguished
contribution in leadership
over four decades of remark-
able public service in both
domestic and external
spheres."
'In his honor, the Paul
Martin Forest of 10,000 trees
will be •planted in Canada
Park, midway between Jeru-
salem and Tel Aviv. The for-
est will help further the de-
velopment of the planned
7,500-acre recreation com-
plex created under the au-

Marriages

FEDER-COOPER: Marsha
Cooper and Robert Feder
were married Tuesday at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. The
bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis M. Cooper of
Blackstone Ave., Oak Park.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Judge and Mrs. Norman
Feder of N. Bellwood Dr.,
Southfield. The new Mrs.
Feder was graduated from
the University of Michigan
with a degree in special
education. Her husband re-
ceived a National Institute
of Health grant to the Uni-
versity of Washington's med-
ical school in Seattle, where
he is working toward his MD
and PhD degrees in physio-
logical psychology.

spices of the Jewish National
fund of Canada.
Guests at the Negev din-
ner included Shmuel Ovnat,
Israel consul general in Tor-
onto; Norman Levitt, Ontar-
io JNF president; Lazarus
Phillips, a prominent mem-
ber of the Canadian Jewish
community who presented
the Negev Dinner Citation;
and Melvin Sorffer, Windsor
JNF president.

People
Make News

Dr. AHARON M. RABI-
NOWICZ, research fellow in
the Hebrew University's fac-
ulty of law, has been elected
adjutant professor of the
Washington College of Law
at the American University
in Washington, D.C.
* * *
THE DETROIT PISTONS
Basketball Club announced
the appointment of BRIAN
HITSKY as director of public
relations and marketing. Hit-
sky managed Y.S.A. Public
Relations, a division of Yaffe,
Stone, August, Inc., Adver-
tising. He has previously held
positions at two suburban
newspapers as sports, news
and managing editor and has
worked for United Press
International.

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