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April 08, 1960 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 8, 196 0 —

Grant Approval to American Nazis
to Open Quarters in Arlington

Mechanics Trades Leads All AJC Divisions


The Arlington County zoning
office granted a permit for the
"American Nazi party" to set
up headquarters in a house
here at 928 N. Randolph Street.
The permit granted George
Lincoln Rockwell, self styled
fuehrer, the right to have Nazi
offices in the building but not
mass meetings.
In Washington, Rockwell an-
nounced that next Sunday and
every Sunday thereafter his
movement will hold mass rallies
in the tourist center of Wash-
ington, adjacent to the Mall,
between the Washington Mon-
ument and the Capitol Building.
He said his forces would use
an area designated by the Na-

tional Capitol Parks Division of
the U.S. Department of The
Interior "for free exercise of
every American's right to free
speech." In letters announcing,
the meetings, Rockwell's litera-
ture carried the slogan: Na-
tional - Sozialisten Der Welt,
Kampft Vereinigt" (Nazis of
the World, Fight in United
Ranks.) District authorities
have prepared plans for police
protection of Rockwell's Nazis.

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Land 0' Lakes

Kosher for Passover

Bring the genius of real Jewish cooking to your table I


Max M. Shaye (left), chairman of the food division of the Allied Jewish Campaign, finds
that his division, which won the Detroit Service Group cup for the leading trade and profes-
sional division in 1959, has dropped to second place behind the front-running mechanical trades
division, under chairman Irwin Green (center). The arts and crafts division, under the chair-
manship of Charles Rosen, is third. All- seven of the trade and professional divisions have
achieved more than 50 percent of last year's giving. The mechanical trades division is at 94
percent; food division, 90 percent; arts and crafts division, 84 percent; professional division,
Arnold E. Frank and Dr. I. Jerome Hauser, chairmen, 72 percent; mercantile division, Max J.
Pincus and Harold A. Robinson, chairmen, 63 percent; services division, Sidney J. Bertin,
chairman, 58 percent; real estate and building division, Arthur Howard, chairman, 51 percent.
The women's division, Mrs. Eugene J. Arnfel d, chairman, is at 83 percent, and the junior
division, Alan E. Luckoff, chairman, 74 percent.

Gefilte Fish

Community Urged to Re-Intensify Allied
Campaign Efforts During Passover Week

Irwin I. Cohen, chairman of
the Allied Jewish Campaign,
and Max Fisher, president of
the Jewish Welfare Federation,
in a joint statement, called on
members of our community for
re-intensified • support of the
campaign during Passover
"Passover was mankind's first
independence day," Fisher and
Cohn said. "For Jews every-
where, for the last 3,000 years,
it has been a time or renewing
their devotion to freedom.
"It is a festival which has
served to inspire free men ev-
erywhere; and in our own time
it has assumed an even deeper
significance because of the op-
pression and persecution from
which millions of our fellow-

Miami Anglers Look
for Record Catches;
Vacationer Kept Busy

MIAMI BEACH.—Fast action
with tarpon is featuring the
closing days of the 25th annual
Metropolitan Miami Fishing
A big surge in tarpon entries
is expected at this time, for the
silver kings arrive in force dur-
ing early April on their annual
migration into South Florida
waters. From now until July the
angler can count on excellent
tarpon fishing.
Plug casting and fly fisher-
men both upped the seasonal
record for tarpon last week.
Best so far for the plug casters
is a 99-pounder taken in Gov-
ernment Cut, only five minutes
from the Miami Beach charter
boat- docks.
Fishing, while fine at this
season, is far from being the
only pastime for visitors. There
are two 18-hole municipal golf
courses, two tennis centers and
other recreational areas. Top
entertainment may be chosen
from any of several night clubs,
greyhound racing, sightseeing,
shopping, theater, swimming,
concerts and boxing.
Reduced hotel rates, sliced
some 30 per cent from winter
tariffs, are just as pleasant for
the April visitor as is the even-
tempered weather. Further re-
ductions due May 1 make the
luxury for which this city is
noted available to anyone whose
budget permits the planning of
a summer vacation.

human beings of all faiths have 000 immigrants aided by Joint
suffered. Cohn added "A true Distribution Committee-Malben
Passover is a period when there programs, and, in Europe and
should be freedom from want Moslem lands, to step up wel-
, as well as freedom from fear. 1 fare and other aid for 205,000
A fuller life, a real chance to be ' people. In the United States,
self-sustaining is what the Un- •the UJA must help this year, 5,-
ited Jewish Appeal seeks to pro- , 000 'refugees seeking to build
Hide for more than 600,000 new lives.
Jews throughout the world. I "Your gift to the 1960 Allied
Passover is a fitting time to Jewish Campaign takes care of
urge every member of our com- people of all ages who need
munity to think of those over- help and provides local services
seas who bring unfulfilled lives that we all use. Rising prices
to their Passover tables. In its mean that if everyone contrib-
effort to supply them with the . uted the same amount he gave
tools and conditions of full last year, the Campaign- could
.living, the UJA this year must not provide the same services.
have our maximum help and co- We would have to say "no" to
operation. --
many people who depend on
"In 1960 the UJA seeks to Campaign - supported agencies
speed lagging processes of im- for help.
migrant absorption which affect
"Only by giving more to the
more than 345,000 unabsorbed 1960 Allied Jewish Campaign
I in Israel. It seeks to house 60,- can we provide services for
1000 immigrants living in dis- those who must have them. Give
' graceful immig-rant shanties and as if life itself depended upon
to replace substandard housing you—in many cases it does."
for 30,000 others; to provide
130,000 immigrants on farm set-1
tlements with needed machin-
ery, water, tools and livestock;
provide vital services to 38,000
$15* daily, person /
immigrant youth, expanding doubt. occ.
welfare services to thousands of Apr. 30.
ill and aged.
May 1-June 30.
"In addition, UJA must sup-1
ply transportation and resettle-
25th to 26th Sts.,
•50 rooms out of 258
Miami Beach
ment for the steady flow of new
immigrants to Israel, to meet ,
continuing welfare needs of 45,-

Ibr•ailost and dinnt , )

For the holiday, when
only the best will (lib, serve
Gefilte Fish. The finest fresh
water fish, fresh whole eggs
and carefully selected
seasonings — that's all! Like it
tangy, in jelled broth? The
jar with the Red label!
Prefer more delicately-flavored
fish, in clear broth? Get the
Green label! Either way,
always say: mANiscHEwin
Gefilte Fishl


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