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November 20, 1959 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-20

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40A—EMPLOYMENT WANTED

WOMAN, experienced general office,
switchboard, quarterly payroll.
References. WE 3-9244.

I Golden's Tor 2c Plain' Remains

MIDDLE-AGED man, willing to care
for sick person, experienced. TU
3-3311.

Best Seller; Author Tells -Views

Mrs. Grossinger Gets Kassem Threatens -
Honorary Doctorate to Free Palestine
with Iraq's Troops

THE DETROIT JEW

Based on the old New York America — they're scared to
East Side soda stand sales of death. The Hitler pogrom left
LONDON, (JTA) — Premier
drinks—"for two cents plain" a deep scar. At times as I no-
Kassem of Iraq threatened to
45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
—Harry Golden, already a great ticed it I thought it might have
"liberate Palestine from the
success with his "Only in Amer- produced a mass neurosis. Yah.
Jewish .yoke" with Iraqui troops.
ica,"
has
risen
to
another
tap
FURNITURE STORE
Prosperity's another reason. No
He issued the threat in an inter-
role in the best seller list with matter how high they go they
view with the Tunis daily, Al
Modern 2 story building-6.000
his new book, "For 2c Plain," run up against — not anti-Se-
square feet. Warehouse in rear
Thawra, warning that "our dear
—3,000 square "feet. Large garage
published by World Publishing mitism, you can't call it that,
Palestine, beloved by all Arabs
with loading facilities. Gas heat.
Co.,
the
publishers
of
his
earlier
Excellent location, for light
it's nonsense, the defense organ-
and Moslems, will be liberated
book. -
manufacturing, etc. Will rent,
izations, you know; I think that
only by the Iraqi Army "andthe
lease or sell. Available January 1.
"For 2c Plain" remain_s on what they call anti-Semitism is
Iraqi people."
FOR INFORMATION
the best seller list for the third a psychological gentile drive for
He complained that .Egypt
month. It is in the same style separatism. Prosperity and the
and Jordan had taken no action
Call VI 2-5775
as the earlier book—containing tremendous cult of comfort
against Israel "in spite of their
the author's experiences, his which seems to grip the Ameri-
30,000,000 inhabitants." He said
WELL ESTABLISHED wholesale unique humor, his brief stories can people—and the Jews more
it would be the Iraqi people
paper house for sale due to illness.
UN 1-5041, Between 7 and 9 p.m. about everything under the sun. so—has increased it. However
alone and unaided who would
It is not as effective a book high they go, they can't seem
"chase out the criminal Jews
50 BUSINESS CARDS
as the first one—perhaps be- to make it.
now in power."
cause of the monotony of con-
Simultaneously the Cairo
"An
American
may
say
to
a
CARPENTER WORK of all kinds—
radio announced the United
Porch. floors, steps. kitchen cabi- tinuity of the same style of nar- friend: 'We've got a couple of
nets. doors, panelling. Work my- ration. Yet it contains many fine Jewish families in this
Arab Republic plans a campaign
self. UN 4-1897.
stories that entertain and de- town.' One of them may have
to close the Gulf of Akaba to
BASEMENT DAMP? Clothes dryer light.
Israeli
commerce. The broadcast
fought
with
Robert
E.
Lee
and
JENNIE
GROSSINGER,
a
need venting? Call Wolfe, BR
3 4446 KE 2-7850.
said the UAR delegate has been
Considerable interest is being the other may be an immigrant founder of the Grossinger
instructed to raise the issue in
who arrived yesterday, but it Country Club, Grossinger,
WASHERS, dryers, ironers repaired. shown in the report that Gold-
the United Nations legal. com-
Dryers vented. All work guaran- en's story will be filmed under doesn't make any difference—
N.
Y.
received
an
hon-
teed. VE 8-6054.
mittee. He was described as
the title "Carolina Israelite." and the Jew doesn't like it.
orary doctor of humanities
Since that title may be tanta-
"The Jews are always looking degree Nov. 5 from Wilber- working in harmony with repre-
m ount to "Carolina Jew," rather for a tall, blond Protestant rab- force University, a Baptist
LARKINS MOVING
sentatives of Jordan, Saudi
AND DELIVERY SEP.VICE
Arabia, and other Arab states.
han to infer that it is a news- bi, and it helps if the rebetzen school of higher education.
P aper story, it has an interest- is not very pretty. The sister- The presentation was made
Also Office Furniture.
Any time.
ng angle.
Labor Leader,
hood will never stand for a at Wilberforce, 0. Mrs. Gros-
Reasonable.
By Golden's own admission, pretty rebetzen. They like to singer was made a fellow of Harry Newmark, Dies
3319 GLADSTONE
h e is not publishing a Jewish say, 'She's so sweet'!
Brandeis University in 1958.
TY 4-4587
n ewspaper. His periodical was
In Union Negotiations
"Well, of course, this religi-
PAINTING and wall washing. Rea- n
Harry Newmark, 60, of 18440
ever a newspaper. In its col- ous revival-- this is nothing. Pledges 'Every Effort'
sonable price. Quick service. 20
u mns—his. paper seldom ap- What the American Jew says to
Stoepel, a prominent midwest
years experience. TE 4-5864.
wort BETTER wall washing, call p ears more than three or four the rabbi in effect is this: 'The to Erase Anti-Semitism labor- leader, died last Friday
at Sinai Hospital.
James Russell. One day service ti mes a year—he tells the sto
goyim want us to have a shool,
TO 6-4005. 526 Belmont.
ri es that appeared in his two we'll have a shool. But don't in German Democracy
President of Local 339-:--the
WASHINGTON, D. C.—Ger-
b ooks.
bother us. Just keep running many's Ambassador to the Sams Department Store local of
J. STEEL
Amalgamated Clothing Work-
The Golden viewpoint was when the goyim call.' What he
told in an interview he gave to represents is really the old-time United States and the president ers of America—he collapsed at
LANDSCAPING CO.
Brian Glanville, which appeared statlan—an ambassador to the of the American Jewish Con- a negotiating meeting of his
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
in the London Jewish Chron- gentiles —without a Summit gress agreed that efforts to union on ThurSday night, Nov.
3 YEARS GUARANTEE
wipe out anti-Semitism- and 12, at the YWCA, Witherell
icle. In it he said:
meeting!
strengthen democracy in Ger- and Montcalm.
DI 1-9206
UN 2-0574
"Jews are wonderful; we have
office
"I'm on television occasion- many must be pursued with full
Res. it all. Don't you agree with
In addition to being president
ally, and I deliberately use- the vigor if the Federal Republic of Local 339, he also was chair-
L SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpen- that?"
word
'Jew,'
which
the
Jews
is
to
gain
the
confidence
of
the
ter work, no job too big or small.
"The name . 'Carolina Israel-
man of the Central States Joint
TY 7-7758 LI 5-4035.
don't like.- We Jews, I say, and free world.
Board of Amalgamated Clothing
ite' was a subterfuge," he con- I can hear a million American
German Ambassador Wilhelm Workers of America, and was
fessed. "I had no intention of Jews gnashing their teeth."
TILE
G. Grewe and Rabbi Joachim chairman of the negotiating
DO YOU NEED TILE WORK? ' publishing a Jewish paper — I
Thus, the clever and eminent Prinz of Newark, •N. J., spoke committee.
wasn't
qualified.
I'm
a
lone
'
New and Repair Special
author of two best sellers tells
Funeral services were held at
wolf; I join nothing. I paid no some basic truths about himself. at a press conference here, at
• OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO
which Dr. Prinz presented the Kaufman Chapel Sunday.
attention to being a Jew until
It
is
doubtful
whether
these
UN 1-5075
Born in New York, the de-
Hitler—you know what I mean? views, presented sensationally German diplomat with the first
I knew if I called the paper the in the London weekly, will make copy of a 63-page study by the ceased came to Detroit 20 years
REPAIR, brick, cement, plaster,
American Jewish Congress- en- ago. He was a World War II
pointing, chimneys and porches. `North Carolina G a z e t t e' I too many American Jews happy.
titled "The German Dilemma— veteran.
Steps. UN 2-1017.
wouldn't have a chance. Don't But here they are, as revela-
An
Appraisal of Anti-Semitism,
Surviving him are his wife,
MODERNIZATION, alterations and forget I live in the most Gentile tions of the attitudes of the
Ultra-Nationalism and Democ: Beatrice; son, Eric; brother,
repairs. Work \ done reasonably. section of the United States.
Call LI 7-0737 between 5:30 and
Samuel, and four sisters, Mes-
They'd say, what is. this little man who is now called by some racy in West Germany."
p.m.
a "sage:" at last an author of a
The study reports that Ger- dames Murray Goldfarb, Frank
fat Jew doing coming down here best seller is a sages
many has made "immense Snyder, Henry Zussman and
LA VOGUE
telling us about North Carolina
progress" in her development Leo Sklar. ,
politics?
Tailoring and dressmaking. Com-
from Nazi dictatorship to the
plete alterations on men's and
Mapai
Sets
Referendu
m
"Sholem
Aleichem
said:
'It's
ladies' clothes. Expert work.
democracy of the Adenauer Moses Ellenson Dies.;
Reasonable.
hard to be a Jew.' But it's very on Changes in Election
regime. But•it warns that while
6342 West McNichols
good to be a Jew—but the Jews
Shaarey Zion
Near Livernois
TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The new the government has accepted Founded
don't know it!
A founder and past president
Knesset,
elected
on
Nov.
3,
will
the
obligation
to
make
material
UN 1-6894
"I tell you," he said. "I've
be convened on Nov. 30, it was amends to the victims of of Cong. Shaarey Zion here,
LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing. noticed the Jews of England announced as Mapai leaders Nazism, anti-Semitism remains Moses Philip Ellenson, died on
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reason. aren't as scared as the Jews of
pondered a national referendum a popular sentiment among the Nov. 17. He had Jived at 18440
able; Free estimates. UN 4-3339,
Washburn.
VE 5-7453.
on a change in Israel's propor- German people.
55— MISCELLANEOUS -
Born in Poland, Mr. Ellenson
tional representation election
came to -Detroit 40 years ago.
system.
NATHAN DE ROVEN
Revitalization of Home He was a retired grocer, and
ONE TOY and 1 miniature French
poodle. Platinum ,silver female. 8
Agreement to such a referen-
First class painting and dec-
had been active in numerous
weeks.
Champion
stock.
Choice
of
May
Bring 'Return'
dum,
it
was
understood,
was
orating. Free estimates. Work
litter. LA 7-2701.
Orthodox ' religious .organiza-
myself. Call evenings after 6
being considered by the Mapai
ATLANTIC CITY, (JTA) -- tions.
officials as a possible condition The possibility of a "massive
57 F)R SALE: HOUSEHOLD
He• is survived by his wife,
for partnership in the new co- return" by American Jewry to
LI 4-5213
GOODS AND FURNITURE
alition government which will the - "religious treasures of Rachel; three sons, Albert E.
be headed again by Prime . Min- Judaism" may depend on the Louis and Harry B.; a daughter,
WILL DO plumbing repair work. WE
ister David Ben-Gurion.
4-4319.
role' of the Jewish homemaker Mrs. Ben Jackson; a brother,
Antique Satin draw drapes and
This would not require coali- in the revitalization of the Elias Welwelski, of LaPlata, Ar-
rods. Fully lined. 84 inches long. .
tion partners to vote in the American Jewish home, Rabbi gentina; a sister, Mrs. Rivka
557 MISCELLANEOUS
Widths for 8 regular windows.
Knesset
for the electoral change Immanuel Jakobovitz, former Goldman, of Tel Aviv; and five
Rust with some gold in pattern.
WANTED—Someone to donate old,
but
only
for a referendum Chief Rabbi of Ireland and now grandchildren.
Flip-Flop over sized bridge table
usable typewriter to needy person.
which
would
leave it to the of the Fifth Avenue Synagogue,
and
4
chairs.
2
black
round
end
DI 1-9005.
electorate and not to the Knes- New York, told the 36th annual Rev. Levin Dies at 91
tables. Pictures and other items.
RESPONSIBLE party wanted to as-
set to decide.
Rev. Jacob Levin, a retired
national convention of the
sume payments on walnut Spinet
schochet, died Nov. 15, at the
piano with bench. Principal —
women's
branch
of
the
Union
UN 3-1349
$496.21. Payments approximately
of Orthodox Jewish Congrega- age of 91, in Sinai Hospital.
IC-F Plant in Israel
$16.25 per month. Can be seen
Rev. Levin, who resided at
tions . of America.
locally. Write Lindy Music Co.,
Closed for 6 Weeks
35 Crocker Boulevard, Mt. Clem-
Rabbi Emanuel Rackman, 17377 Indiana, was active in
STERLING Silverware. New, service
ens, Michigan.
for 12. Cheap. LI 4-1741.
TEL AVIV, (JTA) — The president of the Rabbinical numerous Orthodox organiza-
50—BUSINESS CARDS
Kaiser-Frazer automobile as- Council of America, told the tions and was a scholar in Jew-
50—BUSINESS CARDS
sembly plant in Haifa will close convention that "in terms of ish circles.
1.11.1!
Born in Russia, he came to
down for at least six weeks as strength and might, we must
ALL CITY
a result of the cancellation by admit only a minority of Jews Calumet, Mich., 65 years ago,
MOVING & STORAGE CO.
the French Renault Company in America are, in • faith and moving to Detroit five. years
later. -
of its contract to supply the practice, Orthodox.
VE
14948
"We
must
also
admit
our
He is survived by a son,
Israel
firm
with
assembly
parts.
8-7660 Meyers Rd.
The Haifa plant, taken by institutions do not have glamor, Georg e, of Pittsburgh; five
surprise by the French firm's financial means, public rela- daughters, Mrs. Ben London, of
decision to sever connections tions media, or any of the ex- Miami Beach, Mrs. Sam Rosen-
with
Israel due to Arab pres- ternals which in modern society thal, Mrs. Lawrence Seltzer,
Complete Moving Service
sure,
found itself also without are equated with success. How- Mrs. David Sandweiss, all of
No Job Too Large — Too Small
parts for American Willys cars, ever, we have that which makes Detroit, and Mrs. Jack Gould,
those who are questing for final of Sharon. Pa.; 17 grandchildren
Always Open
which are also assembled here. answers, turn to us," he said.
and nine great-grandchildren.



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