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December 18, 1959 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-12-18

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Book 'bannihg in Boston, ; recognition of her humanitarian
which has spelled success for response to the needs of the
many a novelist through the people in Israel and distressed
years, is about to be replaced Jews overseas."
by a modern phenomenon —
banning of world-wide person-
alities in Arab lands.
A rather select group of
Hollywood stars has already
achieved the distinction of hav-
ing films banned • from Arab
Direct JTA Teletype Wire
countries, the latest of these
to The Jewish News
being Haya Harareet, the Is-
HAIFA.—Israel's first sub-
raeli actress who appears as the marine manned by an all-Israel
leading lady in the forthcom- crew trained in England, was
ing movie "Ben Hur."
welcomed here Wednesday with
Syria has banned all Edward an ear-splitting symphony of
G. Robinson Movies because of harbor sirens, naval gun sal-
his pro-Zionist activities.
voes and roaring supermystere
And even Dr. Billy Graham, i jet fighters.
The Tanin sailed into home
t h e American e v a n g 1 i s t
preacher, is no longer welcome port here after a two-week
in Jordan, being charged with cruise from a British submarine
"pro-Israel activities including base at Portsmouth where, in
money raising." October 1958, the former Brit-
Among the group of stars ish submersible HMS Springer
previously banned are Eliza- was renamed the Tanin and
beth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe turned over to Israel. The un-
and Carol Baker, all recent dersea craft was one of two
converts to Judaism; and Danny such vessels sold by Britain
Kaye, Susan Hayward a n d to Israel in a major turning
point in Anglo-Israel relations.
Eddie Cantor.
Escorted by torpedo boats,
Conjecturing on future de-
velopments, it would appear as the Tanin passed between decal
if Joanne Woodward and Joan rated destroyers and was tied
Crawford will be the next to go. to the quay where thousands of
Miss Woodward, winner of excited Israelis were waiting.
the Academy Award, has just The dignitaries included Chief
been given the leading role in of Staff Chaim Laskov, Naval
Otto Preminger's film version Commander Shmuel Tankus,
of "Exodus," and has even be- foreign minister Mrs. Golda
gun to learn Hebrew for the Meir, Minister of Education
Zalman Aranne, members of
role.
Miss Crawford was honored the Knesset, Defense Ministry
by the United Jewish Appeal officials, members of the diplo-

Hail Acquisition

of Submarine
in Haifa Port

LISTENING

T

137n

Fiscal Rules for Tourists

perience . . . It's a wonderful ciple
of separation of church
and state."
Direct JTA Teletype Wire
spot with a personality and cer-
to The Jewish News
Describing t h e separation
tainly a language all its own .. . principle as "a unique contri-
JERUSALEM — The Israel
In any place but Brook- bution of the American ReVo- treasury decided to abolish the
lyn,
the mere
mention
of cause
that lotion," Dr. Citron said that "it mandatory requirement that all
borough
by a comic
will
a drunk to laugh himself sober is 'in this context of this funda foreigners must declare their
holdings of currency- on arrival,
. . . It's an unwritten law that mental
idea that reli-
gious American
holiday celebrations
in it was learned Tuesday. The
when a comedian is dying, he public • schools are to be seen move was expected to ease the
grabs at the word "Brooklyn" and understood." He declared: burden for tourists.
to get a laugh . . .
"The same reasoning that
The decision will be imple-
* * *
motivates Jewish groups to mented within a few weeks af-
SAM LEVENSON, Brooklyn's oppose observance of religion ter technical arrangements have
ex-schoolteacher and beloved
been completed to prevent
gift to audiences, still lives in vates
the public
schools
moti-
also Jewish
opposition
abuse of the liberalization by
there because, as he says, to the observance of Hanukah black market operations.
"Where else can I get my ma- in the public schools at this
terial?" . . . Sam says this actu- time of the year or of joint
Classified ads bring fast results!
ally happened on a Brooklyn Christmas - Hanukah celebra-
bus . .. A woman loaded with tions. This attitude maintains
MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!
bundles got on the Avenue "J" the consistency of the Jewish
bus . . No sooner did she set position and makes clear the
Sammy Woolf
foot in the bus when the driver basic principles for which we
And His Orchestra
yelled, " Walk to the back ! " . . .
She obeyed as did everybody stand."
UN 3-8982
UN 4-3174
"Very frequently," he added,
else — shoving, pushing l and "the whole comp ex of religious
UN 3-6501
squirming .. . "Walk to the rear observance in public schools is
of the bus," yelled the driver,
and there was .more–pushing,
eye gouging and foot stomping
with a silver-mounted Bible "in matic corps and others.
As she was about to get
Prime NI iniste r-Designate • "
off, the driver shouted to her,
Ben-Gurion, in a letter to Corn-
mander Tankus from his home Hey,
lady, where you think yer
"

Fur Flies at Capital
Israel Bond Banquet

where he is immured with cold, gain'? You didn't pay your
fare!" . . . "Fer what?" she
expressed his regrets at his in-
yelled back. "Fer walkin' all
WASHINGTON, (JTA) — ability to be present. Ben- that way?"
Police are searching for ban- Gurion said that "possession
* * *
dits who Sunday night raided and manning the third dimen-
SAM TELLS OF two young
Temple Sinai during an Israel sion weapon for its security is a hoods in the Brownsville sec-
Bond banquet and stale $17,000 great cornerstone in Israel's tion of Brooklyn who were play-
worth of the best mink coats military strengthening."
ing their favorite game, "Wish-
frOm the teniple's cloakroom.
After the Tanin was berthed, bone." • .. "See this kid comin'
Detectives said the thieves its commander, Lt. Joseph Dror, down the block? You grab one
had . an expert„ knowledge of himself a kibbutz member, sa- leg, I'll grab the other and
furs and carefully picked out luted Commander Tankus, who we'll make a wish."
the most valuable minks at placed on Lt. Drors jacket a
During school in the Williams-
Temple Sinai. They worked so special submarine emblem. Lt. burg section, says Sam, if a kid
skillfully that persons attend- Dror later presented his officers raises his hand, they think it's
ing a banquet in the temple's with the same emblem and they a holdup ! . . . One tough kid
auditorium were unaware of in turn presented it-to the other
has his own racket ... He takes
the theft until later. Among members of the crew. Army
sparrows, dips them in peroxide
those Nvho lost minks in the bands added to the welcome.
and sells them as canaries !"
robbery was Mrs. Ruth _ Cher-
Israel's second 'submarine,
* * C
ner, national chairman of the the Rahav, is expected here in
JACK PEARL, showbusiness'
women's division of Israel. a few months after its crew
famed Baron Munchausen, told
bonds.
completes training in British us about the Brooklyn theater
bases.
manager who was always brag-
- Greeting the commander and ging about his education and
crew 'of the submarine, Ben- always thought he was too good
Gurion hailed the "new addi- for the neighborhood . . . One
tion to Israel's young navy day he received a picture en-
which in its short history proved titled "The Optimist." . . . He
its efficiency—in 1958—when it called his staff together and
sunk two Egyptian naval units said haughtily, "We've got to
and during the Sinai Campaign change this title to something
when it captured the Egyptian easier. We are intelligent and
destroyer the Ibrahim Elawal. know what an optimist is, but
Today is a great day for Israel. the morons who come to see
Stuffed Cabbage
-The nation's thanks are ex- our picture . . . will they know
Chicken Fricassee
tended to all those helping to it's an eye doctor?"
Roast Tongue
achieve it."
* C*
Chicken in the Basket
CARL MILLER, ex-Detroiter
French Fried Shrimp
Liver & Onions
Ramblewood Sets Ball now a show biz agent with a
Swiss Steak
long list of familiar-sounding
for New Year's Eve
Roast Brisket of Beef
clients, took us and Buddy
Members
of
Ramblewood
Boiled Flonkin in the Pot
Country Club will celebrate Hackett to a Japanese restau-
Broiled Lamb Chops
New Year's Eve with its third rant for sukiyaki . . . We all
Boiled Chicken in the Pot
annual ball, to be held at 9 followed the custom of remov-
Breaded Veal Cutlets
Boiled Chicken Plate
p.m., Dec. 31, at Calvert Cater- ing - our shoes when we entered,
Boiled Flanken Plate
and sat on the floor with every-
ing.
Hot Turkey Dinner
In making the announcement, one else ... After Buddy's first
Chopped Sirloin Steak
Dr. Sidney Hillenberg,. Ramble- mouthful, he wanted out, and
Beef Mushroom Steak
wood
president, named Mrs. commented, ."Now - I'm hip • to
New York Strip Steak
Robert Segal as chairman of the the bit about taking your Shoes
Liberman's Own Special Cut
evening. Her co-chairmen will off. This food is so lousy, they're
Prime Steak
be Mesdames Nathan Saginaw afraid you'll kick 'em !"
Luscious "T" Bone Steak
w/onion rings
and Daniel Goodman.
Prime Kosher Cut Rib Steak,
A cocktail hour followed by
Mrs. HERMAN SHULMAN,
w/onion rings
a buffet dinner will open the former national president of
13821 W. 9 MILE RD. evening, which will feature Hadassah, is in Israel where she
entertainment and music for is developing plans for the 1960
OAK PARK
dancing by Sam Emmer and his Hadassah Pilgrimage to Israel
orchestra. A "wee hours" break- which she will lead early in
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In his address before the accompanied by deep emotional
Center Jewish Affairs Luncheon and intellectual involvements
Club. Wednesday, on the ques- j on the part of interested indi-
victuals. The delicacy 'of such
tion of Christmas and Hanukah situations makes it important
celebrations, Dr. AbrahaM F. that approaches to specific
Citron, director of research and problems be thoughtfully con-
community relations of the Jew- sidered. It is urged, therefore,
ish Community Council, empha- that parents who encounter such
sized that "the position reflect- problems in the public schools
ing the views of all the national consult with the Jewish Com-
Jewish religious and community munity Council before under-
relations bodies is one of oppo- taking any individual action"
sition to the observance of re-
A COUPLE OF days in Brook- ligious festivals. in the schools New Israeli Law Eases
is always a welcomed ex- because this violates the prin-

6S61 '81 aaqtaaaail qgnid—SALIN HSIAtiar Jammu

Book Banning in Boston Losing Out Danny Raskin's 'Separation' Idea Bars Religious
Fetes in Schools Citron States
to Actor Axing in Arab Areas

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