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54 June
June 18, 1976

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Boris Smolar's

COMPLETE remodeling, altera-
tions, repair, kitchen, den, base-
ment, fam. rm., reasonable.
354-6473 after 4.
KITCHEN CABINETS refinished.
Wood staining & antiquing. Inte-
rior, exterior painting. Reasonable.
References. 547-1438.

'Between You
... and Me'

WALLPAPER hanging & painting.
Quality work. Reasonable prices.
642-3047 and 546-0942.

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

I DO WHAT YOU HATE!

Professional carpet shampoo, wall &
window washing, papering, paint-
ing. Indoor & out.

IRVING'S
SCHLEP SERVICE
335-5256

Call after 5 pm

PROFESSIONAL
PAINTER

Free Estimates

Interior — Exterior

Excellent work — References.

Call Pat 368-2476

51 — MISCELLANEOUS

BEL AIRE
POOL



Oval 30' x 60'

with 1/2 deck

1. , " Excellent condition
✓ Including sand
filter and
accessories

Reasonable
356-7963

ALL GLASS MAHOGANY

China Display Cabinet
over 100 years old.
Sheraton with
inlaid Satanwood.
$945.

547-3253

CLOTHING — MENS,

Over 200 suits, size 42 short,
some worn only once. Cost
up to $300 each, sell from
$20. Also pants, shoes, shirts.
Great bargains ALL.

Phone

8 5 1-3 1 30

53 — ENTERTAINMENT

KEN
THE
TEEN-AGE
MAGICIAN.

SPECIALIZING IN CHILDRENS PAR-
TIES REASONABLE RATES.

967-1 125

Army Intervention
Declined by Court

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Supreme Court declined
last week to tell the army
how to go about assimilat-
ing the lessons of the Yom
Kippur War. Justice Meir
Shamgar ruled that the
matter was not one in which
the court could intervene
since it was not qualified to
say what was or was not a
reasonable and acceptable
way for the army to ap-
proach a military problem.

Nazi Camp Burned

BONN — Police believe
the destruction of the for-
mer German concentration
camp at Struthof in Alsace
was an act of arson.
Officials have ordered the
museum to be rebuilt as
soon as possible.

Editor-in-Chief
Emeritus, JTA

SOVIET ECHOES: Two books — one on Stalin and
the other on Trotsky — have just appeared in this country
written by the same author. The author is Joel Carmichael,
an acknowledged expert on old and modern Russia whose
"Illustrated History of Russia" is considered a classic.
Both volumes constitute profound studies of the char-
acters of each of the two Communist leaders. They are also
part of the background which led to inner quarrels within
the Communist leadership ranks in the USSR and to the
exile and subsequent assassination of Trotsky in Mexico by
a Stalin agent.
The book on Stalin — entitled "Stalin's Masterpiece" —
is an analytical exposure of Stalin's satanic manipulations
to eliminate, and later exterminate, all Old Bolsheviks after
Lenin's death, in order to become the sole ruler of the Com-
munist Party and the dictator of the Soviet Union.
Carmichael's book presents a picture of Stalin showing
him as the greatest monster of modern times, equaled only
by Hitler in inhumanity.

STALIN'S ANTI-SEMITISM: In the course of bring-
ing out Stalin's true character, Carmichael also touches
upon his anti-Jewish feelings which he camouflaged care-
fully but which he indicated in his "inner circle" in various
ways. He has shown them by particularly enjoying anti-
Jewish jokes.
Stalin's ferocity had increased after his pact with Hit-
ler in 1939. It found its expression at the end of the war in
the dissolution of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee in
Moscow, in closing down all Jewish institutions and in the
mass murder of all Jewish writers, artists and other intel-
lectual — including the most ardent Communists among
them.
The culmination point of Stalin's brutal strategy
against all elements in Soviet Jewry was . his staging in
1953 and so-called "Doctors' Plot" in which prominent Jew-
ish physicians working in the Kremlin were charged with
planning to poison Stalin. The "plot" launched a flood of
dentfficiations, arrests and demotions of Jews all over the
Soviet Union. A large number of ordinary Jews were im-
prisoned or sent to concentration camps. This was accompa-
nied by a torrent of propaganda demonstrating that Jews
were by nature traitors and spies for imperialist countries.

The Jews all over the USSR were living in mortal fear
while the trial of the accused doctors was in preparation. It
was indicated that, under Stalin's orders, the verdict in the
trial was to serve as a signal to start mass-pogroms of Jews
with eventual deportations of all the Jews — their passports
had been marked with the Word "Jew" several years earlier
— to distant labor camps in Siberia under the pretext of
"rescuing" them from the "infuriated mobs" in the places
where they lived.

Stalin did not live to hear the verdict. He died sud-
denly of a stroke just a day prior to the issuance of the
verdict in March 1953. The "plot" was thereupon officially
denounced as a fabrication and all prisoners were released.
The Jews in the Soviet Union breathed freely, but not for
long. Anti-Jewish propaganda was resumed when the
Kremlin decided to break off relations with Israel and pro-
vide the Arabs with arms and instructors to fight Israel.
The anti-Jewish propaganda was resumed when the Krem-
lin decided to break off relations with Israel and provide the
Arabs with arms and instructors to fight Israel. The anti-
Jewish policy in the Kremlin served also as aline of guid-
ance to Soviet satellite countries, especially Poland, Czecho-
slovakia and Hungary.
TROTSKY'S "JEWISHNESS": Carmichael's excel-
lent book on Stalin will remain indispensable reading for all
times for students of Soviet history, especially of the period
of the "purges." In this connection it is regrettable that
"Stalin's Masterpiece" contains nothing about the liquida-
tion by Stalin of the entire Jewish cultural life which had
flowered in the Soviet Union in the early years of the Revo-
lution, and that nothing is mentioned about the deliberate
mass killing of the entire Jewish intelligentsia.
It is also regrettable that the book, published by St.
Martin's Press, Inc., does not list in the its index the sub-
jects "Anti-Semitism" and "Jews" although the author has
written quite extensively on these subjects in his book. This
"ommission" has not been made, however, in the index of
Carmichael's second book, "Trotsky," published by the
same firm.

In his "Trotsky" book, written with great insight and
depth, Carmichael emphasizes that Trotsky hated to be
reminded of his Jewishness. He brings out a picture of him
as a co-founder with Lenin of the Soviet state, a man of
great ability, a writer, organizer and orator who felt ham-
strung by an inner embarrassment about his Jewish origin.

Mrs. Zellman, Edited Seniors' Publication

Grace Zellman, adviser to
"The Writer's Corner," the
creative writing publication
of the Jewish Community
Center's senior adult pro-
gram, died June 13 at age
78.
Mrs. Zellman was a mem-
ber of Cong. Beth Achim.
Her work was recalled
this week by Gertrude Ober-
stein, who stated in part in
a letter to The Jewish News:
"I am moved to share
with you an incident
which really launched the
Writers Journal . . .
"It was a weekly meeting
of elderly men and women
who came together to pass
some time and enjoy the
weekly cup of coffee and
cake. That seemed to be the
highlight of the afternoon.
Grace Zellman, 'Lady
Grace' as she was called,
mothered the group, and
they adored her. But that
afternoon as she saw them

Dems Nix Ballots
From Israel

JERUSALEM, (JTA) —
The Democratic National
Committee has disqualified
on "technical grounds" all
651 ballots cast by Ameri-
can citizens living in Israel
for delegates to the Demo-
cratic nominating conven-
tion which opens in New
York next month.
The ballots were voided
because the 39 candidates
for delegate were not each
provided with a list of all
registered American voters
in Israel, according to a ca-
ble received by the National
Committee representatives
in Israel. Another reason
given was that delegates
known to favor "pro-Israel"
candidates had received rec-
ommendations on National
Committee letterheads.

d'Estaing Meets
Israeli Diplomat

PARIS (JTA) — Presi-
dent Valery Giscard d'Es-
taing met here last week
with Israeli Ambassador
Mordechai Gazit for a gen-
eral review of Franco-Israeli
relations and the Middle
East situation.
Diplomatic sources here
described the meeting as
"very cordial." The French
President apparently
wanted to "feel out" Israel
before his talks with the
Syrian President Thursday.

Hostel Designed
for Single Olim

NEW YORK — A new
hostel designed specifically
for young single immi-
grants was dedicated in the
Tel Aviv suburb of Holon,
last month according to the
Israel Aliyah Center.
The new hostel provides
for temporary accomoda-
tions for young single immi-
grants mainly from West-
ern countries. Until now
young single immigrants
found it difficult to find
temporary housing since
most of the absorption cen-
ters and hostels were built
for married couples and
families with children.

slouched over in their seats,
half asleep, half awake, she
said, 'Why have you come
here? Just to pass the time?
You all have a past. You all
have memories. Don't just
talk about them. Write
them down. Share them
with each other. Let's begin
now. Let's put our lives
down in a book.' "

Mrs. Zellman is survived
by her husband, David; a
daughter, Mrs. Raymond
(Adele) Schreiber; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Max (Rose) Gold
of Lakewood, Calif; Mrs.
Max (Alice) Shelden and
Mrs. Nat (Helen) Comisar of
Lauderhill, Fla.; two grand-
daughters and three great-
granddaughters.

Monument Unveilings

Unveiling announcements may
be inserted by mail or by calling
The Jewish News, 17515 W. Nine
Mile, Southfield, Mich. 48075,
424-8833. Written announcements
must be accompanied by the name
and address of the person making
the insertion. There is a standing
charge of $5 for an unveiling no-
tice measuring an inch in depth,
and $10 for a notice two inches
deep with a black border.

* * *
The family of the late
Joseph M. Abrin an-
nounces the unveiling of a
monument in his memory
11 a.m. Sunday, June 27, at
Chesed Shel Emes Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Goldschlag will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
* * *
The family of the late
Rebecca Meskin Garelick
announces the unveiling of a
monument in her memory
12:30 p.m. Sunday, June 20,
at Clover Hill Park Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Groner will offi-
ciate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.
* * *
The family of the late
Ruth Gerenraich an-
nounces the unveiling of a
monument in her memory 1
p.m. Sunday, June 20, in
London, Ontario. Relatives
and friends are asked to at-
tend.

The Family
of the Late

CHARLES I.
GROSSBERG

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 10 a.m.
`Sunday, June 20, at
Chesed Shel Emes
Cemetery. Rabbi
Schnipper will offi-
ciate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

DAISY KASS

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 1:30
p.m. Sunday, June 20,
at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi Arm
will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family
of the Late

BARUCH
LITVIN

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 10:30
a.m. Sunday, June 20,
at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi
Sperka will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

I

The family of the late
Bessie Kaplan announces
the unveiling of a monu-
ment in her memory 12
noon Sunday, June 20, at
Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
Rabbi Levin will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

*

* *

The family of the le
Max J. Lynder announce:
the unveiling of a monu
ment in his memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, June 27, at Mach-
pelah Cemetery. Cantor
Adler will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are asked
to attend.

*

* *

The family of the late
Harry Penfil announces the
unveiling of a monument in
his memory 11:30 a.m. Sun-
day, June 27, at Macheplah
Cemetery. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.

* * *
The family of the late
Mary Richman announces
the unveiling of a monu-
ment in her memory 10:30
a.m. Sunday, June 27, at
Hebrew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Levin will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family
of the Late

ABE (VIRGIL)
LEVY

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 9:45
a.m. Sunday, June 20,
at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi
Syme will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family
of the Late

PHILLIP
SCHNEIDER

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, June 20, at
Chesed Shel Emes
Cemetery. Rabbi
Goldschlag will offi-
ciate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

SAMUEL
SLAKTER

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 12 noon
Sunday, June 27, at
Hebrew Memorial
Park, Radomer Sec-
tion. Rabbi Gold-
schlag will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

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