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November 18, 1960 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-18

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Gravity of Refugee Problem
misstoner
Stressed b

UNITED N A
S,
(JTA)—The
lem "over
every
ugee major
major
decision
acti • in the Middle
East,
hang as a cloud over
the• ce of the world," the
ite • ations was warned b
H. avis, director of
lions Wor ief A•
r Palest' Re g in
ear East.
Stating that h ;co not
e-

QUALITY

AYS ... AT
of Delicacies"

"The House

• LUNCHES • DINNERS
• SANDWICHES • WAFFLES
• PANCAKES • SNACKS
• PIZZAS
OPEN 7 DAYS
BUFFET PARTY TRAYS

GIFT FOOD BASKETS
Liberty 9 5535

-

FERRI S

Danny Raskin's

see
satisfactory political solu-
tion" f Arab- Israel disputes in
the
die East, Dr. Davis de-
cared hat, even if such a devel-
opme -were to come "relatively
soon,' the international commu-
nity ould still be burdened with
esponsibility of aiding the
refugees "for a decade or
nger." This is so, he maintained,
"because of the difficult problem
of helping refugees to become ern-
ployable." That problem, he held,
"becomes • progressively greater
with each passing year."
Dr. Davis made his statements
before the General . Assembly's
special political committee, after
presenting to the group his annual
report which he had made public
six weeks ago.
Michael S, Comay, chairman of
Israel's delegation, took
the committe-
as head of
the dele
is scheduled to
spe
the • ab refugee prob-
1
uring t e debate.



MUSIC! EN ERTAIN NT!

Sam

DELICATESSEN
& RESTAURANT

oI

And

rches

3-898

UN 1-2

13 Mile & Woodward at Coolidge

IN THE NORTHWOOD
SHOPPING CENTER

3-6501

THRU TUESDA > ONLY

Your Only Chance To See These 2
All-Time Greats on 1 Program!

The
entertainment
world's most
wonderful
entertainment!

WINNER

8

OF

CADEMY

ARDS

COLOR b' DF

starring

ROSSANO BRAIN •
JOHN KERR FRAN

I GAYNO
UYEN

seaturing-RAY WALSTON
Dire
Produced by

NITA HALL 7

MOW CM
RANI( SIB
NIA HS

BUDDY ADLER .10

•1 NOV. 23

the Persians and the Medes .. .
ordecai ... and Mighty Ahasuerus .. .
an Innocent Village Maiden for his Queen !

LISTENING

Even Our

Sell Like

An
"Famous First"
for LIBERIAN .

IT STARTED OUT ABOUT
39 years ago with a handful of
young married women sewing
layettes for indigent young
mothers . . . but Zedakah Club
has since reached out into al-
most every charitable endeavor
imaginable and made its name
uly respected . . . The gals
a always thinking of way
an • means to' help the le
forts ate . . . Like a day 1
su r when about 40 Z
men chartered a bt
ton Nursery Schoo
Children, where
to dedicate the build
er-coin system they had
ated . . . Coming back, the
lassies realized that the kids
needed more room for play-
ground equipment, and on the
lius they started a kitty to pay
for the swings and pools . . .
before the trip was over, $100
was collected . . Then Bobbi
Blumenthal got friends to have
heavy bulldozers to clear the
additional grounds . and a
toy man in town helped them
get swings, pools and educa-
tional toys . . . Even the hus-
bands are Zedakah Club minded
. .. A few years ago Dorothy.
Lee's hubby, Joe, gave loads of
his own clothing to sell at a
Zedakah rummage sale and
then brought customers by cab
from the Film Exchange Build-
ing to buy them back . .
About 650 women usually at-
tend Zedakah's one, major fund
raising event, their donor lunch-
eon to be held this year Dec. 7
at Sheraton-Cadillac . . . Tickets
can be obtained by calling Lariee
Wexler, BR 3-2743.
*

AFTER VOLUNTEERING his
services free of charge, former
veteran's administration man
Joe Cohen has been named Vet-
erans Counselor of Oak Park
. .. a position made available
for vets through the efforts of
Oak Park councilman Joe
Forbes and Mayor R. J. -Alex-
ander . • Joe Cohen's knowl-
edge of veteran affairs and his
desire to help people in need
has brought him nation-wide ac-
claim . . . He is known for his
efforts on behalf of disabled
vets . . Main purpose of the
new Veterans Counseling SerV-
ice in Oak Park is to keep vets
better informed of their rights
and benefits, executing claims
filed with the V.A. and help-
ing widows and children of de-
ceased veterans . . . Ex-GI's
are mighty lucky to have a guy
like Joe around I- •
* * •
THE '700 MEMBERS of City
of Hope' Cancer Fighters are
in for a big treat, Monday night
at Holiday Manor . • . Slated to
be the group's kick-off rally for
the annual event chairmaned by
Shirley Gordon to help fight cata-
strophic disease with research at
the National Medical Center in
Duarte, Calif.

Morrison & Frumin, Inc.
Expands Office Space

Extra
Added
Featurette

Detroit's
Most Modern,
Comfortable
Theatre

"CALL of the HOLY LAND"

THE THRILLING LIFE STORY OF
HENRIETTA SZOLD

ERCU

SCHAEFER

AT

W. McNICHOLS

Free
Paved
Parking

UN 2-8100

Dinners

.

Due to the growth of its busi-
ness, Morrison and Frumin, Inc.,
members of Detroit Stock Ex-
change, has doubled its space at
1316 Penobscot Building. The
new ••offices are fully air-condi-
tioned. -
The additional space will per-
Mit the enlargement of the un-
listed trading department, and
will provide room for additional
sales personnel.

U.S. Gov't Grade
Turk Nestled

ith
Inspected)

e the Traditional
Inners Coinplete with Stuffing

SMORGASBORD BREAKFAST
Wi ll Be Served Thanksgiving Morning
8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Liberman's

WHERE TO DINE

Stockholm

Lavish SMORGASBORD with finest mar-
mated and smoked fish, doze
ot an
cold dishes. Complete Contine
—steaks, chops, lobsters, duck etc. Beautiful private dini
parties. Home and business catering. LunCh from $1.25. Dinne
FREE PARKING
1014 E. JEFFERSON

CARL'S

CHOP HOUSE

3020 GRANT) RIVER. Free Parking. TE
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding

-0700, P
vi

the World's Finest Steaks, Chops an
more than 26 years. All Beef aged

ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious
Chops, Chicken Club Sondwiches. Jhort Orders. Delia
"Served as you like it."

20176 LIVERNOM AVE., 1 1/2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.

MARIA'S PIZZERIA

oods

rs.

Open 2

ours

CHOICE LIQUORS
BANQUE
CILITI

Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous I

Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Se

7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3

a. .—U

CLAM SHOP and BAR

Serving? Oysters, Clams, -LOBSTERS, Steaks and

Music by Muiak

HERC'S

BEEF BUFFET

Chicorels'

Kenwood

Prim

2675 E.

e Beet runits
chevoenriaBAtinPnieers

p.m.

daily. Open 11

19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 Bik.

Dancing 6 nights. Monday, Johnny
Don Pablo (5 Nights)
Dinners 5 p.m. Banquet Parties t
Free Parking — OPEN SUND '

Tri

FENKELL COR. TELEGRAPH KE

DUB-BS BEEF BUFFET

• Prime Beef • Shrimp • Lobster • Delmonico Ste
13300 W 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD
UN

hic

OPEN DAILY 11 - 8:30 P.M.; SAT. & SUN. to
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FO
STAGS. BANQUETS and MEETINGS

Paradiso Cafe

Fine American & litali
Open daily 11:30 a. .

Food

M .

CLOSED SUNDA
Banquet room avail

COCKTAIL BAR
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile

McINERNEY'S FARM and OLD CIDER MILL

,

29501 NORTHWESTERN HWY. bet. 12 8. 13 Mil

Open Daily 9 .A.M. I, P.M Closed Monday
Serving Chicken & Turkey Luncheon and Dinne
CARRY OUT SERVICE — PRIVATE ROOM AV

SQUARE DANCE PARTIES

B
EL

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



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