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Continue Registrations for Yeshiva PTA. Classes

JPS Publishes The Zionist Idea '
Baron's Book as Paperbacks

Danny Raskin's

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Annbuncement was made this Mrs. M. Stulberg, UN. 4-1485;
s. H. Greengerg, DI. 1-0936;
week by the PTA of Yes
. M. Dombey, LI. 8-2266.
ration
Beth Yehu
nig f - the adult
is con
n and ening classes
afte
MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!
uled to start the latter
t of De b
Sammy Woolf
Those
And His Orchestra
asked to
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A major anthology on Zion- 1 Dr. Kallen, Mordecai Kaplan,
ism, the widely acclaimed book I Rabbi Bar-Ilan, Jabotinsky,
by Rabbi Arthur Herzberg, — Weizmann, Rabbi Silver, Da-
"The Zionist Idea—A Historical vid Ben-Gurion.
The scholarly introduction by
Analysis and Reader" — is now
available in a paperback, issued Rabbi Herzberg, who also wrote
jointly by the Jewish Publica- the biographical notes, adds
tion Society of America and merit to this important book.
The Jewish Publication Soci-
Meridian Books.
Thus, the most comprehensive ety and Meridian Books also is-
volume on the subject lends it- sued, jointly, • another valuable
self for use' as a textbook by paperback — "Modern National-
study groups because of the low ism and Religion" by Dr. Salo
price for an hitherto expensive Wittmayer Baron.•
D
Dealing with his subject as a
IF THE DAILY
book that can now be acquired
Infa Serv-
basic public issue, Prof. Baron cr aftsmanship 0
as a paperback.
any- dication
While Rabbi Herzberg's col_ shows the many transformations is e• Group g
erings, t Sewing
H I NESE-AMERICAN FOOD
their
of
lection from the writings of 37 that have been undergone by
s second annual Coun-
of the leading Zionist thinkers religion and nationalism and in- B oath at
ov. 27 at t S
has its shortcomings, and has dicates that "with the rise of ty Fair
15838 W. 7 MILE 13 n e:I • Prevost
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h State" of Israel Zionism has A leich
been criticized on that score, t e
because of the-regrettable_omis_ entered a new phase of its evo- w ill b
AKE OUT SERVICE: BR' 2-9783
sions, the material incorporated lution with as yet unforseeable covere
wil
in the book is of such immense consequences for the future of Articl
value as a collection of histori- the Jewish people and its reli- I be sol
, at 1
Fair wi
cal data, that students of the gion."
apero and
wi
His
book
first
appeared
in
Zionist idea will be grateful for
Lillian Silverman as co-chairman
the availability of this impor- 194'7 and at that time Dr. p.m.,
Baron pointed out that "what- . - . And about their cooking abil-
tant book.
ever the future may hold for sty, well, just about everything at
As Dr. Emanuel Neumann, the realization of the Zionist the Baked Good as so
excerpts from whose writings ideal or of Jewish minority delicious
year, ther
Greenfield
7 Mile
. . Al
should have been included in rights, there is no question hardly
cookie lef
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of Plymouth
W. of Lahser
be divided
this anthology but who is not that during the past half cen- mo
taken in
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represented in the collected , tury Jewish nationalism and, b
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een the
statements, asserts in a fore- especially, Zionism have pro-
hildren a
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word to "The Zionist Idea," this foundly transformed the spir- richton N
SPECIAL 'TIL DEC. .5
ery for
volume "offers an opportunity itual and material physio
dren.
OF OUR 100%
to study the genesis of an idea nomy of the Jewish peopl
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which galvanized a people, forg-
ALL
BE
BON
NAT
Dr. Baron concludes tha m-
end
ed a nation, and made history."
eld
bei
pionshi
elt
ALSO
ceded by
Represented in the anthol- ligious bodies, in making
ust in Me his
Hamburger
impact
felt
more
strongly,
Hamburger
abbi
urney,
with
ss,
ogy are: Moses
F. Fries
fla- a Pr
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to
purge
themselves
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en-
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and
in
alischer,
Alkalai, Rabb'
and
t prizes
and
tionalist
biases.
'He
states
in,
tz Smole
of it are two boys from
Soft Drink
Yehud
Shake
toleration
of
race
distinctio
o Pinsker, he- "is a serious obstacle to the Detroit, Mort Friedman and Jay
-LW lu
1, Max No au, achievement of human rights ! Robinson, stationed in Memphis
WE GIVE URC COUPONS
as naval airmen apprentices .. .
Am, Biali , Bie er,
Calf in your large orders and we
yr- within the churches and must Each is teamed up with one of
vsky, K zkin
will have them ready when you arrive.
weaken
their
position
in
the
son,
the best pro bowlers in the world,
rochov
ook, struggle for human rights out-' although Mort and Jay themselves
side."
He
adds
that
"anti-Semi-
Buber,
carry averages of 200 and 195 re
rd Laz- tism, though largely discredited spectively . . . When not kegling,
hn, Prof. in official church circles, still the boys are serving their six
many more adherents in
Schechter, counts
Lavish SMORGASBORD with fine
the rank and file and the lay • months active duty in the Naval
mated ana smoked fish, dozens
A it Reserve .
cold dishes. Complete Continental
or professional leadership than
* * *
steaks, chops, lobsters, duck etc. Beautiful private dining
is ascertainable by public opin-
parties.
Home
ana
business
catering.
Lunch from $1.25. Dinner Tr
FOLLOWING ON THE heels
. 1014 E. JEFFERSON
ion polls or other statistical de-
QUANTITY
of its 17th birthday, the Beth FREE PARKING
vices. Acceptance, however pas-
4 5
3- . Mir
Aaron Sisterhood has completed
3020 GRANT) RIVER Free Parking. TE
ALWAYS . . . AT
sive, of Jew-baiting within the
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding part) . erv -
church not only _plays into the plans for its annual donor lunch-
the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and Sea
"The House of Delicacies"
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our
hands- of such godless move- eon, Nov. 29, in the synagogue
LUNCHES

DINNERS

ments as national socialism, but social hall . . . A musical, "Beth CHOP HOUSE
Aaron Follies of 1960", will be
• SANDWICHES • WAFFLES
teaks,
even the so - called Chi. '
resented by the sisterhood's ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of foods,
• PANCAKES • SNACKS
Americanism' is forge
Chops, Chicken Club Sondwiches. short Orders. Delicious H rge
oral
group
under
direction
of
• PIZZAS
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shana Friedman and chair "Served as you like it."
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LONDON (JTA)—Plato Films, 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—U
Ltd. has been informed by the
TR
British Board of Film Censors CLAM SHOP and BAR
that a permit will not be granted Serving! Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assarte
for the showing of the company's
2675 E. GRAN
20-minute documentary, "The Music by Muzak
Prime Bea at its Very Best! Pies baked on prem-
Warsaw Ghetto" unless all scenes
„.
ises. Special Luncheons and Dinners. Men
showing the bodies of the victims
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
have been removed from the film,
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 Blk. E. of
BEEF BUFFET
it was reported here.
In denying the permit for the
Dancing 6 nights. Monday, Johnny Titus Trio
film, which was made by the
Chicorels'
Don Pablo (5 Nights)
Dinners 5 p.m. Banquet Parties to
Nazis themselves, the Board said
Kenwood
.Free Parking — OPEN SUNDAYS
it had no "desire- to lessen the
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impact of this film to whitewash
FENKELL COR. TELEGRAPH
or condone in any what was
done by the Nazis. We are aware
that even this film shows only a
Prime Beef • Shrimp • Lobster • Delmonico Steak •
part of the story and that there,

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even more horrifying."
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR

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STAGS. BANQUETS and MEETINGS

Rabbi Tells U.S: of 'Deep
Concern' Over Nasser
Seat in Security Council

'NEW YORK, (JTA) — Rabbi
Philip S. Bernstein, chairman of
the American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee, expressed
"deep concern" over the pros-
pective election 'of the United
Arab Republic to membership
in the United Nations' Security
AL ROOM
Council.
AVAILABLE
In' a letter to Secretary of
ACCOMMODATING UP TO
State Christian A. Herter, Rabbi
125 GUESTS
Bernstein declared that "those
who violate the peace should
BR 2-0644 • not be entrusted with its pres-
FREE PARKING
ervation."
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Paradiso Cafe

Fine American 8. Malian a.
OpenC LIgy EE;11:4 Nao.2ls

Banquet room available
COCKTAIL BAR
TO
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile

McINERNEY'S FARM and OLD CIDER

29501 NORTHWESTERN HWY. bet. 12 & 13 Mile

Open Daily 9 A.M. b P.M Closed Mondays
Serving Chicken & Turkey Luncheon and Dinner
CARRY OUT SERVICE — PRIVATE ROOM AVAILA EL

SQUARE DANCE PARTIES

6-9222

The Cundari reach the finest
cuisine in a continental back-
ground with a choice of Amer-
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Luncheon 11 a..m-3 p.m.; Din-
ners 6-10 p.m. After-Theatre
Snacks 'till 4 a.m.

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