100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

February 18, 1983 - Image 18

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-18

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

18 Friday, February 18, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Poland Attacks Father Kolbe

W.C.
Trojan

"Son of C. Trojan"

CUSTOM FURNITURE
& CARPET CLEANING
ON LOCATION
FREE ESTIMATES

Phone
576-1140

NEW YORK — The
World Jewish Congress re-
ports a bitter verbal ex-
change between the
Catholic Church and the
Polish government press
spokesman centering on the
charge of anti-Semitism
against Father Maximillian
Kolbe, the recently
canonized priest.
Kolbe was criticized ear-

wunrs IN

fl. nflME?

ERYTHIMG!

IF YOU'RE
INTERESTED
IN DIAMONDS,

Nobody Sells Diamonds For Less And We Prove It!

E

OUZ

777

The Diamond People For Over 50 years

PICIN CO 30555

SOUTHFIELD RD CONGRESS BLDG .100
(ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF 13 MILE ROAD)

PHONE 645-9200

T
S



S

ASE CONTROL PEST MANAGEMENT

FOR YOUR FREE
Estimates and Professional Consultation:

DIAL

E

S



L
E
A
S



her this month in an article
Jerzy Urban, the press
spokesman for the Polish
government. In his article,
Urban said that the appar-
ent "Philo-Semitism" of a
modern Cracow periodical
was motivated by "a desire
to make up for the sins of the
pre-war (religious publica-
tions) Mali Dziennik and
Ryceiz Niepokalanej," of
which Kolbe was the editor.
"One now," Urban added,
"has to bow down before the
editor of that filth."
Urban's article was
strongly denounced by both
the Vatican Radio broad-
casting in Polish and by the
Catholic daily Slowo
Powszechne. The Vatican
charged that the article's
reference to Kolbe was "in-
sulting to his memory" and
"all the more incomprehen-
sible, since an official dele-
gation from the Polish
People's Republic took part
in the canonization cere-
monies," which took place
last October.
The Catholic daily
stated that
Urban
"should know that it is

FULLY INSURED
MUSED

352.4390

MEMBER
, MICHIGAN PEST
NNTROL ASSOCIATION

FOR PROMPT SERVICE

CASE CONTROL GUARANTEES TO GET RID OF
WHAT'S BUGGING YOU!

(OR WE'LL COME BACK)

NO VACATING NECESSARY

C
E

— Whatever Your Pest Problem ... Put

CASE In Control —

SQUIRRELS • RACCOONS • MOSQUITOES • AND ALL OTHER PESTS

just not acceptable to
make such formulations
about someone who
starved to death in a
death bunker at Au-
schwiti having offered
his life to save that of an-
other camp inmate."
Shortly after Kolbe's ele-
vation to sainthood, some of
his pre-war writings were
brought to light in which
various anti-Jewish refer-
ences were cited. In one
such instance, Kolbe wrote
he considered freemasons
"as an organized clique of
fanatical Jews who want to
destroy the church." In his
defense, church spokesmen
have referred to passages
from Kolbe's collected
works which indicate his
opposition to violent anit-
Semitism.

U.S. Concerned
Over Killings
of Palestinians

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The State Department said
that reports of Palestinians
being killed in the Sidon
area in south Lebanon "con-
VV . cerns us greatly."
A
State Department deputy
spokesman Alan Romberg
said the U.S. cannot confirm
S
• or deny the reports. He
added that in the last sev-
eral days the U.S. has urged
E
Lebanon, Israel and others
S
"to fulfill their responsibil-

ity for protecting the lives of
the inhabitants of Leba-
non."
R
The United Nations Re-
lief and Works Agency said
• that 15 bodies were found
near the Ayn Hulweh
Palestinian refugee camp
outside Sidon. The UN
A
agency also reportedly said
that notices were found in
H
mosques in the area calling
S
on each Lebanese to kill a
Palestinian.

Too Many Attend
Israeli Schools?

Learn to lose
weight naturally

The key to_weight reduction is
not just how much you eat.

That's why at Diet Center, we
design a program to meet your
total diet needs. Including your
own Daily Counselor who helps
you reach your goal. The results:
pounds and inches fade away. All
without shots, pills or gimmicks.

Call Diet Center for an
appointment with one of our
highly-trained counselors today.
And learn about our quick
and natural way to a healthier,
happier, new you.

Counseling Makes
the Difference

30233 Southfield Rd., Southfield 642-5665
2820 W. Maple Rd., Troy 435-5555
6070 W. Maple Rd., W. Bloomfield 855-3430

formerly "Daily Diet Counseling"

HAIFA (ZINS) —Hebrew
University Prof. Yehoshua
Praner warns that Israel is
on the way to "total
academization." He said in
a speech in Haifa that 65
percent of Israel's high
school graduates to on to
college and an additional 20
percent go to teacher
seminaries.
Prof. Praner said enter-
ing freshman at Israel's
universities will number
14,000 within two years and
reach 20,000 by 1990.
"Higher education is pro-
liferating at a speed beyond
our means," he said.

Arson Is
Ruled Out in
Synagogue Fire

Lab tests conducted by
the U.S. Treasury Depart-
ment's Alcohol, Tobacco and
Firearms division conclu-
sively show that the fire
that destroyed the
sanctuary and social Hall of
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses last month was not
caused by arson.
Officials said this week
that they should be able to
tell shortly exactly what
caused the fire.

Capucci's Actions Spark
Israeli Complaint to Vatican

ROME — The Israeli gov-
ernment has formally ex-
pressed to the Vatican its
concern with the anti-
Israeli activities of Ar-
chbishop Hilarion Capucci,
the Syrian prelate who was
released from an Israeli
prison in 1977 following a
papal promise that the ar-
chbishop would not act in a
way "detrimental" to the
state of Israel.
The Israeli complaint was
contained in a letter sent to
the Vatican last week. The
action followed an appear-
ance by Capucci on an Ita-
lian television program in
which the archbishop em-
phatically re-affirmed his
support for the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
Capucci is a member of the
Palestine National Council,
the PLO's highest body.
In 1974, Capucci was sen-
tenced by a Jerusalem court
to 12 years in prison after
large quantities of weapons,
ammunition and explosives
were discovered in his car. A
1977 letter from Pope Paul
VI to Israeli President Ep-
hriam Katzir prompted Is-
rael to release the ar-
chbishop.
The Israeli government

has frequently urged the
Vatican to restrict the ar-
chbishop, who was born in
Syria, to religious tasks and
prevent him from engaging
in open political activity
throughout -Europe.

APPLIANCE CO.

SUPER STORE

c ome See Your
—Super Salesman

JERRY MARKHAM

356-5474 Now located at
23361 Telegraph
at 9 1/4 Mile
18 yrs. experience with
Highland and over 10 yrs.
experience in manage-
ment, offering "Everything
you never expected from an
appliance store."

NOW HEAR THIS
Daily KOL YISRAEL

BEAMS TO North America many English
programs. One at 3, 5:30, 7, 8 and 9 P.M.
EST. Each program being of half hour
duration.

A Yiddish program is broadcast at 6 P.M.
All can be heard on SW radio. Band 3 —
981 Khz. A very good set is SONY 1CF
7600 A — about the size of a library book.

This little Sony can be purchased at any
good radio shop — for about $150. And it
makes a lovely gift — for anyone.

BACK TO TAMARACK

-Sunday, Feb. 20, 1983 — 9 AM-5 PM
for STAFF, ALUMNI, FAMILY AND FRIENDS

"A WINTER'S DAY GATHERING"

A large number of activities will be taking place throughout the
day, including ice skating, tobogganing, cross-country skiing,
snowshoeing; ice fishing and hiking. The camp will have a
limited number of toboggans, skis, fishing poles and snow
shoes available for participants to use, but registrants are
advised to bring their own equipment. Coffee, tea, hot choco-
late and cookies will be available all day long. A hot lunch will be
served at 12:30 p.m.

A fee of $5.00 per adult and $3.00 for children will be charged.
The fee will include coffee, hot chocolate, donuts, lunch and
use of the camp's equipment and facilities. Unpaid 1983 dues
of $5.00 will be collected if not already paid.

Remember the Way?

1-75 North to Grange Hall Rd. (Fenton exit-turn right) to Barron
Rd. (turn left) to Perryville Rd. (turn right) to entrance (register
at Camp Office).

Questions/Directions call us Sunday at camp 1-627-2821.

Join the:

Keep the 0)' Tamarack Spirit Flowin
and The Alumni Association Growin —

TAMARACK STAFF ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

6600 W. Maple Rd., W. Bloomfield, Mi. 48033

(313) 661-0600

-

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan