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January 22, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-22

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WSU Sorority Wins Two National Awards

Danny Raskin's
`Secularized Bits' of Christianity
a Cause of Anti-Semitism, Says Dean

NEW YORK. — Dr. John C. transmission of images and slo.
gars apart from a total Chris-
Bennett, dean of faculty at tian interpretation," which he
Union Theological • Seminary, termed "secularized bits" of
said here that Christian teach- Christian theolog,y.
Dean Bennett's views were ex-
ing materials contain elements
pressed in a background paper
"which stimulate anti - Jewish
made public in connection with
prejudice" but that Christianity the opening Monday of a seven-
"provides powerful antidotes to day series of conferences and
anti-Semitism."
seminars marking the dedication
He stressed that even when of the American Jewish Com-
there is little explicit religious mittee's Institute of Human
anti-Judaism among Christians, Relations. The Institute (at 165
there is a religious conditioning E. 56 St., New York) is the
of Christians .. • which prepares new headquarters of the Com-
them for a negative attitude to- mittee and has been established
ward. Jews."
as a center for research and
He said of this attitude that practical application in the field
it may be "extremely vague, al-
of intergroup relations.
most unconscious, seldom ex-
A day-long session on Tues-
licitly religious." Its sources
are_ the "images and suggestions day examined the results of cur-
which are present in some rent Protestant, Catholic and
(Christian) lesson materials but, I Jewish self-studies of religious
even more, by a second-hand amity.

LISTENING

Two national awards for com-
munity service projects have
been awarded to the Wayne
State University chapter of
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, it
was announced this week.
The citations were presented
to Sharron Uten, of Windsor,
representing the WSU chapter,
at the sorority's international
convention held recently in
Georgia.
The local sorority was pre-
sented the national Ethel S.

Gerson Community service
award and also was given a
certificate from the National Re-
search Foundation of Cystic
Fibrosis for fund-raising efforts
conducted on its behalf.

MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!

Sammy Woolf

PTA
of Beth Yehudath Schools
Announce

7th ANNUAL MOVIE NITE

2 Excellent Hits

"CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN"

in Technicolor
- and

"12 ANGRY MEN"

Starring Henry Fonda

at VARSITY THEATER

Livernois at McNichols

AT 68, OLD TIME vaudeville
Monday Evening, Jon. 25
And His Orchestra
7 P.M.
songster Harry Harris is still
UN
3-8982
Continuous Performances
UN 4-3174
going strong, although this may
Donation
$1.00
UN 3-6501
finally be his last year in show
business . . . at least that's
what he says. But so has Sophie
Tucker so many times! . . . Now
living in Detroit with wife,
Mary, whom he met while she
EVERY
at
was dancing in a Toledo cafe
13821 W. 9 MILE
and then married 43 years ago,
Harry is entertaining with songs
of yesterday in that good old
style that never seems to die.
ROME, (JTA) — Pope John lenging our generation," Katz . . . Harry has been singing
XXIII received a delegation of told the Pope. "The recent wide- since he was 15 years old. . .
spread outbreaks of anti-Semitic
the Bnai Brith, headed, by Label
He came to the old Metropolitan
A. Katz, its international presi- vandalism, the desecration of Cafe in Detroit in 1917, and
churches and synagogues, are
dent, in an audience which last-
CUSTOM INSTALLATION
matters of grave import to all teamed up with Charlie Adler
ed 20 minutes.
having a deep-rooted belief in and George Kelley, later two
The recent widespread out- the inviolability of man's dig- of the original Yacht Club
breaks of anti-Semitism, vandal-
Boys.. . . In 1922, Harry worked
nity.
ism and desecration of churches
"The discordant events of the at the Nightingale Cafe in New
30 Years of Electronics
and synagogues, were among
past weeks caution us theme is York, where the orchestra lead-
matters touched upon during
Let us show you our latest designs in
urgency for men of goodwill and er was Jimmy Durante. . Four
the audience.
democratic spirit to continue to weeks later, the boss hired a
cabinetry and sound arrangements.
Katz said after the audience stand together in defense of jus- kid named Eddie Jackson to
double
with
Harry.
.
.
.
Sixty-
that it had been "extremely tice, morality and universal
We Maintain a Competent AUDIO STAFF
satisfying and the response from peace. Righteousness shall pre- eight weeks followed, until Du-
rante suggested that the three
the Pope was gracious and very
Estimates and Designs at No Obligation
vail."
team up and open a night club.
gratifying."
The
Pope's
reply
was
deliv-
H. & S. HI-Fl SHOP, 8556 W. 9 Mile, Oak Park
"We share Your , Holiness'
. . . In 1924, each put in $500
concern over the eruptive strug- ered in Italian. The text was and proverbially worked on a
Lincoln 8-2710
gles between good and evil chal- not disclosed, in accordance shoe string. . .. They flipped a
with Vatican protocol.
Dave
Hoptman
— Audio Consultant _
coin to see whose name would
A memorial to citizens of be used. . . . Durante won. . . .
DAVE LEWIS Presents
Rome of all creeds who were His name took six letters for the
deported to Nazi Germany was sign. . . . They only had enough
unveiled here in a ceremony on money to pay for five, so it was
February 14th
the anniversary of the arrival called Club Durant, leaving off
Ford Auditorium
at the Mauthausen concentra- the "e" at the end. . . . After
15301 E. JefterSOB at Beaconsfield
Tickets Available at
the first transport five months they wanted to sell.
tion camp
VA 2 4118
Grinnel's Downtown
of victims from Rome 16 years . . . Lou Clayton came in one
Luncheons 11 to 3 — Dinners 5:00
to
10:30.
Suppers
10:30 to 2 a.m.
ago.
evening and bought out Harris'
.
The memorial portrays sym- end for $3,500 . . . and so was
3020 GRANT/ RIVER. Free Parking.-TE 3-0700
Serving
Banquet Rooms for wedding parties.
bolically the walls of the on
c- born the headlining act of Clay-
vate
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
centration camp. Pope Jo hn ton, Jackson and Durante. . . .
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
XXIII sent a message of soli- Hollywood is talking about
CHOP HOUSE
darity to the ceremony.
making a movie of Jimmy Du-
rante's life. . . . If they do, you ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of foods, Steaks,
Fashion Show at Center
can be sure Harry Harris' name Chops, Chicken Club Sondwiches. Short Orders. Delicious Hamburgers.
"Served as you like it."
Open 24 Hours
"Fashion a la Mode," a fash- will play a major role.
/2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
* * *
RESTAURANT
20176 LIVERNOIS AVE., 1 1
ion show and reception, will be
LIQUORS
CHOICE
AND
presented by the girls of the
JACK PEARL tells about the
BANQUET FACILITIES
Jewish Center's Tween charm lady passenger on New York's MARIA'S PIZZERIA
DELICATESSEN
in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
class, from '7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday, Fifth Avenue bus who was
Specializing
8926 W. 7 Mile
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
Feb. 2, in the Aaron DeRoy making a pest of herself. . . .
11 a.m. - 2 a.m.
Theater, 18100 Meyers.
Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
Every five minutes, she'd ask 7101 PURITAN
the bus driver, "Have we come
TR 2-8800
to Grant's Tomb yet?" . . . She
and BAR
SHOP
was getting on his nerves, but CLAM
Serving. Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
he kept his temper. . . . Finally,
she cried, "How will I know Music by Muzak
Prime Beef at its Very Best! Pies baked on prem-
when we get to Grant's Tomb?"
ises. Special Luncheons and Dinners. Menus changed
. . . "By the big smile on my
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
face, lady," said the driver. "By
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 BIk. E. of Evergreen
the big smile on my face."
BEEF BUFFET
* * *
BEEF BUFFET
ACCORDING TO dietician
• DUBBS
PRIME BEEF • SHRIMP• LOBSTER

• CHICKEN
Ruth Goodman, in the flight
DELMONICO
STEAK

UN 4-7897
kitchen of United Airlines in
LITTLEFIELD
W. 7 MILE cor.
13300
OPEN DAILY 11 - 8:30 P.M.; SAT. & SUN. to 9 P.M.
Chicago, they estimate that pas-
Dining at its very best in an
sengers travel approximately 25
16337 W. McNichols bet. Greenfield & Southfield
miles while they toy with their
CHINESE-AMERICAN FOOD - BUSINESSMEN'S
atmosphere of elegance and charm.
LUNCHEONS - CARRYOUT & DELIVERY SERVICE
appetizer, 110 miles while they
1 P.M.;
BR 3-4332—OPEN DAILY 11
eat the main course, 40 miles
SUNDAYS NOON to 9 P.M.
Open everyday including Sunday
GARDENS
for the salad, and 55 more dur-
danc -
Northwest Detroit's only restaurant featuring
ing dessert. . . . In other words,
Special Children's Dinners on Sunday
week—Monday thr'I Saturday. Dinners
a
ing
6
nights
s
Chicorell'
a single dinner goes a long ways
OPEN SUNDAYS
. .. 230 miles!
Kenwood 5 P.M. Ir e ' l e 2 MPOrking
*

*
KE 7 7377
PRIVATE
DINING
ROOMS
5
FENKELL COR. TELEGRAPH
GUESTS
ANOTHER
STORY
by
ex-
TO ACCOMMODATE 10-300
boxer cousin Harry Raskin, now
for
a prominent second and trainer,

Sweet
Sixteens
_ & 13 Mile
• Showers
is about a much-beaten pugilist
29501 NORTHWESTERN HWY. bet. 12 -Mondays
• Wedding Receptions
Open Daily 10 A.M. - 8 P.M. closed
• Luncheons
who announced his intention to
Serving
Chicken
&
Turkey
Luncheon
and
Dinner
• Bar Mitzvah Parties
CARRY OUT SERVICE -- PRWATE ROOM AVAILABLE
retire from the ring, but his
CALL. THOMAS McINERNEY ROM 6-9222
manager, sensing the loss of a
The Cundari reach the finest
fair-to-middling meal ticket,

cuisine in a continental back-
sought to dissuade him. . . .
ground with a choice of Amer-
"This ain't no time to quit," he
ican and European specialties.
protested, "just when you're be-
Luncheon 11 a..m-3 p.m.; Din-
ners 6-10 p.m. After-Theatre
ginning to improve. I've been
Snacks 'till 4 a.m.
noticin' right along that in every
Woodward South of Long Lake Road
20021 W. McNichols cor. Evergreen — For Reservations — KE 3-2766
fight lately you come to much
quicker!"

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