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September 16, 1960 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-16

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UJA Gets $1,200,000 Detroit Remittance

FRED M. BUTZEL MEMORIAL BUILDING

NO.

163 MADISON AT JOHN R

Detroit 26, Mich

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JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION OF DETROIT

-

JEWISH WELFARE F

BAGLEY-CLIFFORD OFFICE 221

R I A

DOLLARS

ERATION OF DETROIT

9 ACCOUNT

NATIONAL BANK OF DETROIT

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

e Unite I
wis Appeal
is week ac-
ledged
e receipt of t
$1,200,000
eck fro
e Jewish Welfare ederation of
etroit.
T
ederation r
a $3,000,000
Loa
t ding
ebtedness of
$
0,000
ent appeal for
f ids
ite
Appeal, for the
iP
resc
of
erseas and their
res
t 1 Israel a
ther
free countries.
In a
tter to M
.
Fisher,
Federation
pre
Morris W
erinstein, general chair-
d that Detroit's example

in securing a loan to make • funds immediately
available to the UJA will be followed by other
large cities.
"Won't you please convey to all the con-
tributors to the Allied Jewish Campaign, the
people who made the loan possible, the sincere
gratitude of all of us here at the United Jew-
ish Appeal," Berinstein wrote.
Fisher urged prompt payment of Allied
Jewish Campaign pledges so that the Federa-
tion can meet payments of $1,000,000 a year
on the loan while continuing to make alloca-
tions to its beneficiaries.

Supermarket Opened in Jerusalem;
Detroiters Leaders in Venture

ORST

Advertising Artist" ...

Nasser

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM. — The Ameri-

I

Bertram Loeb, of Canada, who
attended the opening, said four
can and Canadian-owned Super- more Supersol stores would be
sol Company, on Wednesday opened soon, two in Tel Aviv,
opened the first supermarket in one in Haifa and one in a
Jerusalem.
Jerusalem. suburb.
(The first Supersol supermar-
The new supermarket is lo-
cated in a new building in the ket opened in Tel Aviv two
well-to-do residential Rehavia years ago. The managers of the
section. It is a highly modern markets are Herbert Hordes
operation even by American and Alan Feinberg of . Detroit.
standards.
Moshe Heyman, another former
Detroiter, is a major member
of the Supersol staff. Detroiters
played a leading role in estab-
lishing the supermarkets, among
them being John Lurie, Al and
Tom Borman, William Hordes,
and a number of others. Many
Detroiters are investors in the
project).

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continental
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At

BORENSTEINS

The First N
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American Who
Acted for. Arabs
Held for Trial

Prayer

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WE HAVE JUST
RECEIVED . A NEW
HIPMENT 0

CARDS .

Your name and address
imprinted free at no
extra charge on 100
cards or more at 3c
and up.

MENTION THIS AD—AND RECEIVE FREE
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WITH PURCHASE OF TALLIS at $4.50 and up

FOR ALL YOUR HOLIDAY NEEDS — MAKE IT

BORENSTEINS BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

MAIN STORE

ROSH HASHANAH ASSORT-

MENT —

BRANCH STORE

13535 W. 7•MILE RD.
12066 DEXTER
Nr. Schaefer
Cor. Monterey
DI 1.0569 or DI 1-3268
TO 8.4720
Open Saturday Eve. 8-12 p.m., Sunday 9-9

.

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SAN FRANCISCO, (JTA)-
An American non - Jew who
posed as a Jewish victim of
Nazism in order to get a free
ride from here to Israel, then
allegedly turned into an agent
for Arab countries, was held
for trial in United State's Dis-
trict Court here after arraign-
ment before U. S. Commissioner
Joseph Karesh.
The story was told to Com-
missioner Karesh by Assistant
U. S. Attorney James B.
Schnake, at a hearing for James
T. Moore, 28, formerly a resi-
dent of Oakland, Calif. Accord.
ing to Schnake, Moore had
"surrendered" to immigration
authorities last year, swearing
falsely that he was a Jewis
refugee from Nazi persecutio
who had come to the U.S
illegally. He said his real n
was Jacob Itzhak Mohr. The
migration authorities depo
him to Israel.
In Israel, according to
U. S. Attorney, Moore wor
for a time in a kibbutz. Th
he allegedly established contac
with agents for the United Arab
Republic, helping spread anti-
Israel propaganda in the UAR,
Lebanon and Jordan. He was
finally arrested by Israeli au-
thorities. Then, in order to ob-
tain a free ride back to the
United States, he pretended he
was a Catholic, and got a priest
to pay his fare back to Oakland.
He was arrested here by im-
migration authorities, upon his
arrival last week, charged with
defrauding the U. S. Govern.
ment. If convicted, he would
be subject to a sentence of five
years in prison, plus a fine of
$10,000.

P ..

SJA!

The cover design shows
"LeShanah Tovah" lettered in.
Hebrew on the breastplate of the •
Torah. And inside,. Barton's brand
new (and more delicious than
ever) assortment of Continental
miniature chocolates.
1 lb. (milk, bittersweet,
parve) $1.98
2 lbs. Assorted

$3.96

PLASTIC. SHOFAR — A plastic
toy shofar that really blows!
- Clearly embossed on it are the
symbols of the Twelve Tribes and

a New Year greeting. Filled with
chocolates and hard candies. In.
bright holiday-decorated box.

a

"990

PECAN HONEY CAKE

Fresh

fragrant! A flavorful golden-
oliday loaf, rich in honey
toasted pecans.

$1.19
$1.98

NEW YEAR PETITS FOU

Luscious cream fillings bet en
thi' layers of pastry. Choc te-
cI
ed and topped with nut nd
Five assorted fl Ts:
olate-nut, rum, ara-
n
berry.

km4'

1.79

EXTRA!

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new

mes.

9 WYOMING nr. CURTIS

NEW STORE:
24711 COOLIDGE HWY.

At 10 Mile Rd.

Across from Dexter Davison Mkt.

Barton's Confections and Baked Delicacies Are Also
Available at CROWLEY'S STREET FLOOR

OPEN SUNDAYS and EVENINGS

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