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December 26, 1980 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-26

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THE ,114TplI EWI 11M

413 Friday, December,,28,1980,

Funding Freeze Hurts Seniors

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
one-year freeze in federal
financing has forced the
dismissal of six of 23 senior
citizens performing social
and clerical services in local

Readers Forum

Jewish community councils
throughout New York City,
under sponsorship of the
Metropolitan New York
Coordinating Council on
Jewish Poverty.

Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief.
The writer's name will be withheld from publication upon
request. No unsigned letters will be published. Materials will
not be returned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is
enclosed.

Music by

NCC Stance on PLO Is Hit

Sam Barnett

Big or small, we custom
the music to your needs.

968-2563

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22101 Coolidge,
1 Block S. of 9 Mi.,

Call 548-4031

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•-4101.*

The Producers and Distributors of

Editor, The Jewish News
The letter of Mr. Claire
Randall, secretary of the
National Council of
Churches, in the New York
Times Nov. 21, states that
the PLO is "the only or-
ganized voice of the Palesti-
nian people." It was never so
elected — simply assumed
power by terror-methods
(several assassinations only
recently) against Arabs who
favored peace with an Israel
which has elevated consid-
erably the standard of liv-
ing of Arabs under its ad-
ministration.
What "negotiations" can
Israel have with blood-
thirsty terrorists deter-
mined to destroy every Jew
in Israel? Repeated threats
by leaders of the Confronta-
tion Front leaves no doubt of
their genocidal intentions.
Mr. Randall argues for
"self-determination" —
which implies a Palestinian
state on the West Bank —
certain death to Israel and a

* * *

Einstein Stamp

Editor, The Jewish News:
I doubt that China's is-
suance of a stamp for Eins-
tein is really a cause for
hope for improved Israel-
China relations (Purely
Commentary, Dec. 5). 1979
was the centenary of Eins-
tein's birth and stamps in
his honor were issued by 15
nations, including Russia.
Your readers might be in-
terested in learning that
Einstein was only one of 49
Jews who were directly or
indirectly honored on post-
age stamps issued in 1979
by 33 different countries.
And that famous Jews is
only one aspect of Judaica
portrayed on stamps (others
include the Holocaust and
the Bible).

wish everyone a New Year, 1981,
filled with Joy and Happiness,
Good Health and Prosperity
Bring in the New Year with the finest
frozen delights in the land:
French Ice Cream
• 38 Flavors of Ice Cream
• Ice Milk
• Sherbetimilchig)
• Icesipareve)

All marked Kosher, with the emblem of the
Metropolitan Kashruth Council of Michigan
Rabbi Jack Goldman, Administrator

Detroit Area Retail Kosher
Meat Dealers Assoc.

Starting Sun., Dec. 28th thru Thurs., Jan. 1st
.89c lb.
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All member markets will be closed New Years Day, Thursday
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FRANKUN KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY

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Philip Swarin
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LI 8-6800 Eugene Feldman

COHEN & SON KOSHER MEAT MARKET

26035 Coolidge, Oak Park
LI 7-4121 Jack Cohen

PASADENA KOSHER MEATS
and LOUIS COHEN & SON

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Allan Al Cohen, Joe Felstein. Michael Cohen

NORTHGATE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY

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967-3907 Jack Miller

HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

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356-5110 John Katz

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Under supervision of the Council of:Orthodox Rabbis
While quantities last and we also reserve right to limit quantities.

is •-.

Soviet-Arab
boon to
enemies of the U.S.
All the council statment
does is strengthen the prop-
aganda position of Arabs. It
continues its long-standing
animosity towards Israel.
S. Norman Gourse

New York

Bnai Brith Asks
for Gun Control

WASHINGTON — Bnai
Brith International, the
Jewish service organization
with half a million mem-
bers, has demanded that the
United States enact com-
prehensive gun control
legislation.
Jack J. Spitzer, president
of Bnai Brith, said in a
statement that "the right to
bear firearms is no longer a
realistic deterrent against
an invading army or a
tyrannical government."
That right, he declared,
"has been overtaken by a far
greater right — the right to
one's own life."
Asserting that the kil-
lings of former Beatle John
Lennon and Washington
cardiologist Dr. Michael
Halberstam recently "com-
pel this country to examine
itself and the reasons it has
failed to enact"national gun
control laws, Spitzer said
the argument that "guns
don't kill people, people kill
people" is irrelevent.

Post-Election
Changes Seen

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Jacques Torczyner,
president of the World
Union of General Zionists,
recently told the Jerusalem
Post that U.S. Jewish lead-
ers will have to become
more conservative.
He said the. November
election showed a more con-
Dr. Murray Frost
servative bent for U.S. Jews
- editor, Judaic Philatelic
and "the Democratic Jewish
Journal, Omaha, Neb.
leadership _showed it was
out of touch with the Jewish
masses."
Torczyner, a supporter of
Ronald Reagan, said Jews
should shift their support to
conservative candidates
and that a "pro-Zionist re-
education project" should be
conducted in the U.S. Se-
. nate.

And dozens of Ice Cream and Ice Milk.
novelties: on a stick, in a cup, on a cone,
push-ups, sandwiches, cake rolls, etc. etc.

DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS

Detroiter Views Ceremonial
Art at HUC Board Meeting

•!:

Temple Men
Aid Hospital

For the 10th year in a
row, the Temple Beth El
Brotherhood volunteered to
replace the Christian mem-
bers of the Providence Hos-
pital staff who wished to
spend the holiday with their
families.
Eric Canvasser marked
his third year as chairman
of the project. He was as-
sisted by Jeffrey Graff.

In belief lies the secret of
all valuable exertion.

Irving L. Goldman, right, of Franklin, appointed
last year to the board of overseers of the Cincinnati
school of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, examines a display of Jewish ceremonial
objects in the HUC-JIR Gallery of Art and Artifacts,
as described by Dr. Alfred Gottschalk, president of
HUC-JIR, at the college-institute's board of overseers
weekend held recently on the Cincinnati campus. -

Windsor Jewry Mobilizes
on Behalf of Bar-Ilan U.

Pictured at the recent brunch of the Windsor
Jewish community on behalf of Bar-Ilan University,
are: seated, from left: Rabbi Samuel Stollman, Rabbi
Ira Grussgott and Max Levine. Standing, from left,
are: Leslie Goldstein, David Glanz and Sam Cohen.
Cong. Shaar Hashoma- of the university. Rabbi
yim and the Windsor Samuel Stollman described
Jewish community spon- his own long association,
sored a brunch Sunday in -both intellectual and family
honor of Bar-Ilan Univer- with Bar-Ilan, and cited
sity's silver jubilee anniver- Phillip Stollman, a founder
sary. A total of 150 were in of the unviersity and cur-
attendance at the meeting, rently chairman of its
sponsored by the congrega- global board of trustees,
who was among the guests.
tion's men's club.
A film highlighting Bar-
Bar-Ilan's blend of
academia and Judaica was Ilan's quarter-century of
discussed. Rabbi Ira growth was shown. The film
Grussgott welcomed the was followed by remarks
audience, and made re- from Leslie Goldstein, di-
marks concerning his own rector of Bar-Ilan's office for
experience and impressions Detroit and the Midwest,
and himself a former Bar-
student.
ZOA Publication Ilan Sam
Cohen and Max
Tackles Problem Levine co-chaired the event,
the sisterhood, with
of Oil Dependence and
Mrs. Carl Zalev as its
NEW YORK — The president, organized t'
Zionist Organization of brunch.
America has released a new
publication, "Hostage Pancakes
America," which deals with
By NORMA BARACH
ways in which the U.S. can
(Copyright 1980, JTA,
free itself from its destruct-
cups milk
ive dependence on imported 2 11/2
cups oats
oil.
V3 cup corn oil
According to Dr. Zalman 2 eggs, large
Shapiro, chairman of the 3 /4 cup flour
energy committee of the 2 tbsps. sugar
ZOA, the booklet would 21 /2 tsps. baking powder
serve as another important 1 tsp. salt
tool in informing the Jewish 1 1 /2 tsps. cinnamon
Pour milk over oats and let
community about U.S.
energy problems and solu- stand for two minutes. Add
rest of ingredients. Mix. Pour
tions.
/4 cup batter into a very hot,
"Hostage America" is 1 lightly greased griddle and fry
available free to all Jewish until golden on each side.
organizations and commu- Makes about 16 large pan-
nity groups.
cakes.

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