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September 25, 1981 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-25

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THE

SPECIAL DINNER THIS WEEK

Chicken Breast,
Teriyaki Vegetables

Stuffed with fresh stir-fried vegetables and a
sweet-sour sauce. Served with a salad. rice pilav
or baked potato, and our own Teacup Bread.

$7.25

■ Good through Sundet Septvmhr, 27,

‘„„$

N‘e•I

The Management & Staff of

Hart Plaza • Downtown Detroit • 963-3131

Wish Their Customers
and Friends
A VERY HEALTHY &
HAPPY NEW YEAR

Warsaw Cemetery Repair
Aided by Polish Government

WARSAW — A group of
Polish intellectuals, acting
with support from the gov-
ernment, has formed a spe-
cial committee to restore
Jewish monuments in Po-
land including Warsaw's
Jewish cemetery.
About 200,000 people are
buried in the cemetery,
which is situated a few
blocks from the monument
to the Warsaw uprising
against the Nazis in 1943.
There are only 200 mem-
bers remaining in the War-
saw Jewish Congregation
and they have been unable
to pay for the vast amount of
work required to clean up
the burial grounds, accord-
ing to Pinkus Szenicer, the
cemetery caretaker.
The Polish government
has provided nearly $90,000
during the last two years for
the cemetery refurbishing
project, Szenicer said, but it
has not been nearly enough.
Vandalized tombstones lie
toppled amid heavy under-
brush throughout much of
the cemetery. Thus far,
most of the money has been
used for repairs on the
entrance way and on the
cemetery wall.
Efforts at restoration of
Jewish monuments in
Poland have been
nonexistent up until now
because "everybody was
terribly nervous about
the Jewish situation,"
Antoni Mariznowicz,

president of the restora-
tion committee said.
Marianowicz was refer-
ring to the events of 1968, -
when political infighting
between Wladyslaw
Gomulka, the Polish Com-
munist leader, and Mieczys-
law Moczar, the head of the
secret police, erupted in an
anti-Jewish campaign that
caused thousands of Jews to
flee Poland.

Let thy mind's sweetness
have its operation upon thy

body, thy clothes, and thy
habitation.
— Herbert

DETROIT InvisH NEWS

Friday, Septe ■ber 25, 1981 59

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