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November 11, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-11

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Danny Raskin's P. 0. liepartment Sees No

LISTENING

Way to. Ban Hate Materials

Joseph F. Barr, national execu-
WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The
United States Post Office Depart- tive director of the JWV, replied
ment has decided against a to Warburton that it was with
deeper study of hate mailings "sadness" that "I note your state-
because it can conceive of no i ment that nothing can be done to
law that would make it illegal to stop those who would tear our
advocate religious bigotry through country- apart on issues of hate
the mails, General Counsel Her- motivated by differences in race,
bert B. Warburton, of the Post creed, or color.
Office Department. made k
in a letter to the J
Veterans of the U
Warburton
"the unfort
S . . . AT
sta, e which would
is really
render
ille • for one to mail
e of Delicacies"
terattire.
ence the
hate
S • DINNERS
wo
be no p
CHES • WAFFLES
co lished" i un
ensive survey of
CAKES • SNACKS
The JWV raise he
e-mai
• PIZZAS
sue, as, a result f t
ood of I
OPEN 7 DAYS
anti-Catholic an
nti-Sethiti
BUFFET PARTY TRAYS
am-
erature used in the ele •
GIFT FOOD BASKETS
paign. The organ'
asked the
st Of "
artment to ex-
Liberty 9-5535
e possibility of new legis-
lation to curb this problem. The
JWV also asked other • Govern-
ment agencies to determine
DELICATESSEN
& RESTAURANT
whether hate mailings were being
13 Mile & Woodward at 'Coolidge
disseminated by groups accorded
IN THE NORTHWOOD
tax-deductible status under Fed-
SHOPPING CENTER
eral tax laws.

I

The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith Bowling Association
has been cited by the Bowling Proprietors Association of
Greater Detroit for its "outstanding contributions to civic prog-
ress through the development of bowling." Taking part in the
plaque presentation were (from left) Dave Katzman, Bnai
Brith Bowling treasurer; John Sabo, president of the Bowling
Proprietors . Association; and Aaron Lipin, president of the
Bnai Brith Bowling Association.

Between You and Me

IF THEY GET ANY bigger,
Kay and Jimmy Saperstein will
soon have to rent a hall for their
annual Halloween costume par-
ties . . . Their first one 17 years
ago, started out with only nine
couples ... This year, 50 people,
wearing everything imaginable
made it another whale of
shindig in the good time part
giving tradition of Kay and
Jimmy, who gave out miniature
trophies for the best costumes.

HARD TO GET IN, but if
any of you guys want to join
- (Copyright, 1960, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
the Conglo Bowling League and
have an average of 150 to 170,
Progress Report
there are some openings . .
One visiting Israel now can do nothing but express admira-
Give Dr. Jack Jackma
tion over the progress which the country is making in all direc- at
tions .. . It is noticeable in all fields of Israel's endeavor . . .
- Recre
In the economic field everything points to healthy stabilizatio
with practically no unemployment . . . There is work en -
oint
FOUR YOUNG BOYS make
for everybody both in the cities and in the colonies to s and
where people are satisfied to remain in their settle e is an up the musical combo that i
pro bl the c
do- not- rush any longer to the larger cities . . . T
ggs, dairy est
overabtindance of farm products, including chickens e country's
prodncts' and vegetables, sufficient not only for antities . . . It's ailed
CHINESE-AMERICAN FOOD
ike
own consumption but also for export in large rprises, with the ra, m
19,
ass,

rty
Beck,
urns,
There is remarkable expansion of industrial e
Bryan
15838 W. 7 MILE 23ne:1 PFr% roes rt
private foreign capital becoming a very profi le investment St Siefer, 17, sa
immediate
8, piano ...
. . . Immigrants are coming into the country an find
r them
in all ( 11s) Welt •
-law student at
Mike is
work as well as modern dwellings prepared
TAKE OUT SERVICE: BR 2-9783
e; Marty is finishing
• and Nazareth, Way
parts of the country . . . Even on the high hills
can
countries-
Southwestern
High,
Stu
where most of the immigrants from East Eu
tends Oak Park High and
are now being settled, new factories are being
Bryan is in pre-med at Wayne
work for highly qualified_ newcomers . . . The
country is excellent . . . No fear whatever is noticeable among . . . - The fellows have been
the population over the possibility of a renewed Arab war, playing together for about six
despite the fact that the country is surrounded by Arab armies months.
Lavish SMORGASBORD with finest mar-
* *
on three sides _. . Everybody seems to be satisfied as never_
mated and smoked fish, dozens o t and
cold
Complete Contine
before, whether in the • city, the village, the kibbutz and the
ALL PROCEEDS FROM this —steaks, chops, lobsters, duck etc. dishes.
Beautiful private dining
Sunday's party by Knights of . parties. Home and businss catering. Lunch from 51.25. Dinner fr
remotest settlement.
1014 E. JEFFERSON
. Pending Problems
Pythias, Detroit Lodge 55, go FREE PARKING
One gains the impression in Israel fi tliat a few more years to charity . . . It's the lodge's
3020 GRAND RIVER Free Parking. TE 3-0700. Pr1.
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding par Ser m
of such economic progress and the country would be well on annual shindig, Nov. 13, at
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and S
its way to becoming, self-sufficient . . . However, this impression Castle Hall, 15787 Wyoming ...
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in
is • not entirely correct . . . For despite the signs showing that Same address for Detroit 55's CHOP HOUSE
Israel is on the road to economic stability, the government Past Chancellors Night and 25
is- still facing various serious problems . . . One of them is that Year Jewel Presentations, Nov. ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of foods, Steaks,
a substantial part of its budget must- still be spent on security 15, with an official visit being Chops, Chicken Club Sandwiches. .short Orders. Delicious Ha
measures- . . . It is true that - the population is psychologically made by Grand Chancellor • of "Served as you like it."
free now from -fear of possible Arab attacks, but this is due Michigan, Ralph E. Wilson.
Open
20176 LIVERNOIS AVE., 1 1 /2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
* * *
primarily to the fact that all is quiet on the Arab-Israel borders
CHOICE LIQUORS
. . In reality, Israel is constantly in danger of attack by -, SUSAN FOSTER, daughter of_
BA NQUET FAC
MARIA'S PIZZERIA
Nasser with Moscow's - backing, and the Israel Government must Gertrude Foster, picked- her - own-
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian
therefore remain in permanent alertness . . . This alertriesS Bas Mitzvah at Temple Israel
Parking Facilities • . . Carry-Out Service
consumes a good part of the taxes which- the citizens pay to become the first girl to chant
grudgingly, but also in_ good humor -. . . The -settlement of new the Kiddush at a Friday night 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—U 1-3929
immigrantS--who continue to arrive daily by ship and plane— synagogue service . . . Another
is another .financial burden, carried by the Jewish Agency funds first the same evening was CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR
from the United Je ppeal .. . Today, the Jewish Agency Rabbi Leon Fram returning to
Serving- Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorte
has accumulate • • - e is reachin more than 100 million dollars the pulpit to officiate and give
2675 E. GRA
because the ited Jewis • not fully covered its the sermon after his heart at- Music by Muzak
obligations .
tack of nine weeks ago . . . A •
Prime Beef at its Very Besti Pies baked on prem-
mate Investment
and Dinners.
change
•gisly Stepceia
nlLuncheons .m
record attendance of 1,250 heard
so inspiring to a Susan chant the Kiddush . . .
Th , economi •utlook. in Israel seem
ission that they After finishing school at Cer- BEEF BUFFET • 19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 BIk. E. of
numb: of part pants in the UJA Study
rious enterprises veny Junior High and then
deci • i to make their own investments in
M on day, John ny Titus Trio
ther . . Som of the A,n fican Je sh i mmunity leaders either Mumford Or Cooley, plans
Chicarels' Dancing 6 nights.
Don Pa b lo ( 5 N i ghts )
ade solid invest- are for her to attend Hebrew
fore
wly were on th
5 p.m. Banquet Parties
ent visit to Israel Union College in Cincinnati, the
lr c
s in Israel'
m
Kenwood Dinners
Free Parking — OPEN SUN '
he ssibilit of enlarging their Reform rabbinical school.
th therefore
FENKELL COR. TELEGRAPH KE
rael's econ • y in their personal
in stments an
. *
*
c acity.
DON GOVILLE has been ap-
pointed official photographer
for Greater Detroit Bnai Brith
• Prime Beef ‘• Shrimp • Lobster • Delmonico Steak .
I
1HE NEW
Council . ... The magnificent
UN 4-
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD
OPEN DAILY 11 8:30 P.M.; SAT & SUN. to
.M.
portrait -of Hy Crystal that was
Daily 7 a.m. - 2:30 a.m.
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR
unveiled and presented to him
Fri. & Sat. to 3:30 a.m.
STAGS- BANQUETS and MEETINGS
at the recent affair honoring
SERVING
Fine American & lit
Food
his 10t•
: execu-
Open daily 11:30 a.
.m.
tive ect•as -made Don
BREAKFAST

LUNCH
CLOSED SUND
gibe most
in
COCKTAIL BAR
Banquet room availa

By BORIS SMOLAR

NOW OPEN

OKYO CHOP SUEY

WHERE TO DINE

Stockholm

CARL'S

IIERC7S

DUB BS _BEEF BUFF

-

N T DAYS A WEEK

BOESKY'S

beautiful .
cocktail lounge
in Detroit

• The food and
service is
better than
ever before

20231 James Couzens

. FREE PARKING

DINNERS and
AFTER THEATER SNACKS

ALL WELCOME
AFTER BOWLING
DRESSED AS YOU ARE
SUZANNE TOBIN
At the Piano Bar

BANQUET MURAL -ROOM
NOW AVAILABLE
ACCOMMODATING UP TO
125 GUESTS

Paradiso Cafe

RANK PELLEG, in rna
onally known Isr mu
o-
st,
gist, harpsich •
a
ran-
has joi t
facult
siting
deis Um rSI
Music.
lecture
e S ool

-

NMENTI

Woolf

• His Orchestra

BR 2-0644

• ANOTHER BOESKY'S AT,12TH AT HAZELWOOD

-2953
UN 3-8982
UN 3-6501

17632 WOODWARD



, North of 6 Mile

MdNERNEY'S FARM and OLD CIDER MILL

29501 NORTHWESTERN HWY. bet. 12 & 13

Open Daily 9 A.M. 5 P.M Closed Mondays
Serving Chicken & Turkey Luncheon and Din
CARRY OUT SERVICE — PRIVATE ROOM AVAI LE

SQUARE DANCE PARTIES

L 6-9222

The Cundari reach the finest
cuisine in a continental back-
ground with a choice of Amer-
ican and European specialties.

Luncheon 11 - a-m-3 p.m.; Din-
ners 6-10 p.m. After-Theatre
Snacks 'till 4 a.m.

20021 W. McNichols cor. Evergreen — For Reservations — KE- 3-2766

23 --- THE . DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 11, 1960

Local Proprietors Present Award
to Bnai Brith Bowling Association,

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