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October 15, 1976 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-15

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36 Friday, October 15, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Polish Government Says It Will Restore and Preserve Jewish Cemeteries

YOUR WEDDING—
BAR MITZVA

NEW YORK (JTA) —
'The Polish government
has committed itself for
the first time to the prin-
ciple of the restoration
and preservation of an es-

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
Three major Jewish or-
ganizations have offered
to help the National As-
sociation for the Ad-
vancement of Colored
People in its appeal of a
Mississippi court decision
award of $1.2 million to 12
white merchants because
of a NAACP boycott 10
years ago in the town of
Port Gibson.
The NAACP has had to
post a bond of $1.6 million
in order to appeal the de-
cision.
The American Jewish
Committee has an-
nounced that in response
to an appeal from Roy
Wilkins, NAACP execu-
tive director, and Board
chairman Margaret Bush
Wilson, the AJCommittee
Board of Governors has
voted a grant of $1000 and
a loan of $15,000 under-
Written by individual
members.
In addition, local chap-
ters have donated more
than $4,000.
The American Jewish
Congress has also offered
its legal assistance to the
NAACP.

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an effort to work out de-
tails of the implementa-
tion of the commitment
would be made at a sec-
ond meeting with Polish
officials by another com-
mittee delegation.
He said the composition
of the second delegation
and arrangements for the
second round of talks in
Warsaw should be com-
pleted by Oct. 25.
The rabbi stated that
the U.S. government,
through its ambassador
in Warsaw, was helpful in
reaching the initial
agreement.
Help also was received
from William Perry of New
York, a survivor of the
Holocaust, who is now an
official of a local of the In-
ternational Longshore-
man's Association, with
the full support of the As-
sociation, Frankel said.
Perry was the layman in
the delegation.
Frankel said only a few
Jewish cemeteries in Po-
land were in acceptable
condition. He cited the
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timated 1,000 Jewish
cemeteries in Poland,
most of which are in very
poor condition, a New
York rabbinical official
reported.
Rabbi Hertz Frankel,
secretary of a Rabbinical
Committee for Preserva-
tion of Jewish
Cemeteries, said the
Polish government's
commitmera developed
from negotiations in
Warsaw between a dele-
gation of four rabbis and
a layman with Kazimierz
Kakol, Polish Minister of
Religious Affairs, Sept. 6.
The committee, repre-
senting all major Or-
thodox rabbinical and
Hasidic organizations of
the United States and
Canada, was organized
more. than a year ago to
raise the issue with the
Polish government.
After a year of negotia-
tions, he said, the commit-
tee was invited to send the
delegation to Warsaw to
discuss the problem.
Frankel said also that

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Jewish Women sent a
check for $2,500 to the
NAACP.

Weizmann Blasts
Sharon on Pact

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Gen. Ezer Weizmann,
former commander of the
Israeli Air Force,
criticized Gen. `Arik' Sha-
ron for saying that the
disengagement pact with
Egypt in the Sinai im-
perils the very existence
of the state of Israel.
Sharon's statement
was made in the course of
an address he delivered to
the 79th national conven-
tion of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America.
Weizmann observed that,
in his view, Israel's sec-
urity is in no way
threatened by the Sinai
disengagement pact. Is-
rael should remain vigil-
ant but the presence of
the Egyptians in a part of
the Sinai is not a serious
problem, Weizmann said.
At the same time
Weizmann said that fol-
lowing the next Knesset
elections the opposition
bloc Likud would be able
to fashion a government
or, at least, participate in
it.

Humphrey Book
Credits Jews

NEW YORK (ZINS) —
In his autobiography en-
titled, "My Life and Poli-
tics," which has just ap-
peared, former Vice Pres-
ident Hubert H. Hum-
phrey, writes, "Without
the help of the Jewish
community I would never
have been able to reach
the political heights I
did."
Humphrey also .re-
vealed in his book that on
election day, November
1968, when he had hoped
to defeat Richard Nixon,
it was his intention to
bring Henry Kissinger to
the White House.

of the principle was con-
firmed in a letter to the
committee, in which the
official added that some
of the Jewish cemeteries
"will be recognized as his-
torical monuments while
the others will be con-
tinuously maintained
without this special
status.•"

Cracow and one of two in
Warsaw. He said the
other cemetery in War-
saw was badly deterio-
rated.
Apart from neglect, he
said, some cemeteries had
been victims of urban re-
newal projects.
He reported that, as a
first step, the Polish gov-
ernment has said a sign
will be placed on all
Jewish cemeteries Warn-
ing that any person defac-
in Warsaw, was helpful
in reaching the initial
agreement.
Frankel said the Polish
government's acceptance

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