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October 09, 1959 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-09

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LISTENING



T

.Television entertainer ED SULLIVAN is shown on a visit
to Kfar Silver, agricultural training institute operated by the
Zionist Organization of America, where he meets with a group
of students near one of the institute's dormitories. Detroiters
support the training center through the annual Balfour Concert.
* *
The Zionist Organization of ican Jewish leader who is a
Detroit will sponsor its 27th past ZOA president.
annual Balfour Concert on Nov.
Sherman Shapiro is chairman
14 in the Ford Auditorium.
the Balfour Concert, which
In urging all Detroiters to of
this
year will bring two excit-
participate, Judge Ira G. Kauf-
artists in the persons of
man, ZOD president, stated that ing
funds derived from the concert Jennie T o u re 1 and Shimon
go to many projects of the Mishory.
Miss Tourel is known as the
ZOA, among them the Kfar
S ilv e r Agricultural Training "queen among vocal interpre-
Institute for boys and girls, ters." Mishory is a violin vir-
tuoso, who is concertmaster of
14 to 17,- in Israel.
The school's motto is "good the Tel Aviv Symphony Or-
farmers and good citizens." The chestra. .
Tickets are currently avail-
institute was founded a few
Years ago, and named in honor able at the ZOD office, 10424
of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, Amer: W. McNichols, DI 1-8540.

Return of Mail to Morocco to Bring
Formal Israel Protest at Geneva

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Israel
is lodging a formal protest
with the Union Postale Univer-
sal in Geneva against the "un-
ilateral" action of the govern-.
ment of Morocco in severing
postal relations with Israel,

Levin 'Astonished
at.Court Suit
Filed by Leopold

Meyer Levin, author of the
best-selling novel "Compulsion,"
this week expressed "utter
astonishment" at a $1,513,000
lawsuit–filed against him by
Nathan Leopold.
Leopold, freed from prison
last year after serving 33 years
for the thrill slaying of Bobby
Franks in 1924, entered the
suit against Levin and 56 others
in Cook County's Circuit Court,
in Chicago.
Charging that Levin's novel
invaded his privacy and used
his likeness and personality for
profit and gain, Leopold named
among co-defendants the book's
publishers, a movie company
that filmed the story and theater
chains that have shown the pic-
ture.
In the wake of the suit, the
Illinois Parole and Pardon
Board is currently studying
Leopold's claim to determine
whether it is a violation of his
parole.
When he was freed from
prison, Leopold had pledged to
stay out of the limelight and
refrain from seeking publicity.
He is currently working as a
medical technician in a Puerto
Rico hospital.
Levin, upon learning of the
suit, stated, "All I can say is
that's gratitude. I think it's gen-
erally conceded that my book
got him out of prison."
The plot of the book closely
parallels the case of Leopold
and Richard Loeb, University of
Chicago students who slew the
Franks boy for a thrill. The
main character, Judd Steiner,
has been taken to be. Leopold.

government sources said last
week.
Israel post office authorities
disclosed that Morocco had re-
turned two sacks of mail ad-
dressed to Jews in Morocco
with the explanation that as a
member of the Arab League,
Morocco was required to abide
by all aspects of the League's
policies, including its anti-
Israel activities.
Israel considers the action a
flagrant violation of the postal
convention to which both coun-
tries are signatories, the
sources said, adding that the
matter may also be raised in
diplomatic actions and at the
United Nations.
Senior post office officials
said that the normal monthly
traffic between the two coun-
tries ranged from 20,000 to
30,000 pieces of mail in each
direction.
The return of. the mail
caused great anxiety among
Moroccan Jews in Israel who
were already alarmed by re-
ports of recent arrests of Jews
in Morocco and indications of
general anti-Jewish tendencies
of Moroccan authorities.
There are hardly any Moroc-
can Jews in Israel who do not
have family members still in
Morocco, many of whom wish
to emigrate but cannot because
of - the attitude of the Moroc-
can gdvernment.
The mail return was consid-
ered an inhuman act. It severs
the only link for broken fam-
ilies for whom letters were- vir-
tually the only consolation for
their separation from one an-
other.

Israeli Wins Award

SAO PAULO, (JTA)—Moshe
Castel, one of Israel's leading
painters, whose works are on
view at the fifth Sao Paulo
Bienal of Modern Art, received
the Banco do Estado de Sao
Paulo Acquisition prize of 100,-
000 crueiors ($600).

dent of the Michigan Council Division president, also ad-
of the American 'Jewish Con- dressed the delegates.
gress, outlined a wide-range
Officers of the Michigan AJC
program of activities in the Council, in addition to Cohen,
Jewish and general communities are:
for the coming year, at the first
Marshall Brenner, executive'
meeting of representatives of
viceipresident; Harley Selling
various Congress branches.
Mrs. William Cohen, vice-
High Salpeter, national direc- and
presidents; Kurt Singer and
tor of organization for AJC, a Mrs.
Jack Miller, secretaries;.
guest at the meeting, outlined and Mrs.
Dan Shapiro, treas-
recent national AJC activities. urer.
Cohen announced that Nor-
man Perlstein has been named
chairman of the 1960 Leader-
ship Clinic of the Coordinating
Council of Human Relations, in
which 35 communities will par-
ticipate.
Perlstein addressed the ses-
sion and reviewed recent AJC
Presents ---
activities as well as results of
"Songs from Many
the World Jewish Congress
Lands"
held in Stockholm.
SAT., OCT. 24
MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!
Detroit Institute of Arts

IF BREAKING THINGS is a
sign of good luck, then Lillian
and David Taylor have nothing
to worry about in the new year!
. . . All in one day, last week,
Lillian, who is an antique col-
lector from way back, had a
seige of butterfingers while
straightening up around the
house. . . . First she broke a
lamp that was one of her most
prized antiques . . . then she
knocked over an antique planter
table . . . and later a small
Tickets may be obtained
Sammy' Woolf
statue . . . As if this wasn't
Bookworld, 41 Putrtam
enough, David came home his
Macabees Bldg., TE 3-3990
And H is_ Orchestra
Grinnell's Downtown
usual jolly, jovial self and while
4
UN 4-31_i
• UN 3-B982
Orders taken at Park Gallery,
removing his jacket, suddenly
UN •3-6501
20960 Greenfield
LI 8-8255
heard a crash . . . he had
brushed against and broken a
precious old Chinese jardiniere
. . . It was the end of a "per-
Happy New Year to All Our Patrons and Friends
fect" day for Lillian and David
We
Appreciate Your .Patronage During the Past Year
Taylor.
* *
JEFFREY BEAN, three-year-
LEON & LEFKOSKY
old son of Edwin and Phyllis
.Delicatessen
Bean, heard his new baby sister,
13436 W. 7 MILE RD.
UN 4-9882
Debbie Sue, crying and asked,
"Why do babies cry?" . . . After
Leon I. Sigel
Sam Lefkofsky
being told by grandmother,
Betty Bean, that it was the only
way babies have of letting their
-::S.:HUROK presents
mommies know they are hungry,
little Jeffrey replied, "I'll give
her -my teeth and then she can
talk!"
* * *
ONE NIGHT ONLY 1
2 PERFORMANCES
IN. KEEPING WITH one of
ART INSTITUTE AUD.
the latest fads for nitery goers,
Saturday, Oct. 17-8 & 10:30 P.M.
a bit of the bohemian some-
Tickets at Grinnell's (Downtown)
what ala Greenwich Village, at-
Discount Records (Sheraton-Cadil-
torney Gabriel Glantz and
lac) Book World (Maccabees Bldg.)
and Marwil Books (Northland)
brother Leo have been having
$3.30, $2.75, $2.20.
unlimited success with their
"True Artistic Incandescence"
-
place called "The Hungry Eye"
-NEW YORK TIMES, Mar. '59
on Vernor . .. Want your pic-
"Paganini of the harmonica"
. —TIME MAG.
ture painted? . . . Want to hear
some poetry? . . . Or perhaps
just some good ol' downbeat
jazz . . . Gabe and Leo have 'em
waiting in line outside to get in
. . . and curious folks are given
a novel treat . . . Reminds us a
15301 E. Jelrerson at Beaconsfield
little of the Main Street Cafe
VA 2 4118
on Eighth St. in the heart of
Luncheons 11 to 3 — Dinners 5:00-
to 10:30. Suppers 10:30 to 2 a.m.
Greenwich Village . . . This
quaint place has a lot of color,
3020 GRAND RIVER. Free Parking. TE 3-0700. Pri-
only it's too dark in there to see
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and Sea Foods fot
it! . . . Its patrons come from
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
every walk of life and some
even drive there . . . Any nor-
mal night you might find a col-
ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of foods, Steaks,
lege professor, TV star, an em- Chops,
Chicken Club Sandwiches. Short Orders. Delicious Hamburgers.
bryo painter, a motion picture "Served
as you like it."
star, a designer or a fugitive
20176 LIVERNOIS AVE., 1 1 /2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
Open 24 Hours
from Copenhagen!
* * *
AFTER SIX YEARS OF han-
MARIA'S PIZZERIA BANQUET FA IL T ES
dling dog kennels, Sol Stone of
Specializing
in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
King Fence finally got his first
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
complaint . . . from a dog! .. .
Seems that the owners ordered 7 101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
a kennel with green colored
fence wiring and Betsy, their CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR 2-8800
five-year-old star boarder, re-
Serving: Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
fused to live in her new colorful
quarters . . . Pete Novik, sales Music by Muzak
-
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
manager at King Fence, went to
Prime Beef at its Very Best! Pies baked on prem-
se _l what could be done and dis-
ises. Special Luncheons and Dinners. Menus changed
covered that like all women,
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
Betsy objected to the color
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 BIk. E". of Evergreen
scheme of green with her black BEEF BUFFET
coat . . . After a consultation
with Betsy and her owners, in
DUBBS BEEF BUFFET
which Pete took out samples of
• PRIME BEEF • SHRIMP • LOBSTER
• DELMONICO STEAK
• CHICKEN
other colors, .she barked hap-
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD
pily at the neutral color of
OPEN DAILY 11 • 8:30 P.M.; SAT. & SUN. to 9 P.M.
white . . . and her kennel was
immediately changed . . . P.S.
The Cundari reach the finest cuisine in a conti-
Pete is now official interior dec-
nental background with choice of American and
orator for dog kennels at King
European specialties.
Fence!
Luncheons - Dinners - After Theatre Snacks

The Lord is nigh unto them
that are of a broken -heart; and
"There's small choice, in rot- saveth such as be of a contrite
spirit.—Psalm 34:18.
ten apples."—Shakespeare.

MARTHA
SCHLAMME

2 3 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, October 9, 1959

State AJ • Congress Plans Course of Action
Balfour Concert Funds to Assist
Danny Raskin's for Program of Local, National Activities
Children at Israel Training Center
Mrs. William Cohen, Women's
Zeldon S. Cohen, new presi-

LARRY ADLER

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