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December 23, 1960 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-23

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Nasser's Provocations
Against Jordan Seen as
Middle East Threat

LONDON, (JTA) — Specula-
tions as to whether Gamal Abdel
Nasser, president of the United
Arab Republic, is inclined to risk
war in the Middle East, or pos-
sibly world war, by attacking
Jordan and thus involving Israel,
were printed widely here in the
London press.
The apprehensions were trig-
gered by the fact that Nasser has
continued, since his return from
the United Nations General As-
sembly in New York; to attack
not only Israel but also to
threaten what the Times of Lon-
don sees as a possible "territorial
claim against Jordan."
Foreign affairs experts here
hold that a Nasser attack against
Jordan is sure to involve Israel,
since the Jewish State has warned
repeatedly that it would take
counter-action if Nasser were to
intervene in Jordan with armed
force. _
Damascus, Beirut and Cairo
dispatches reported that Nasser
openly claims Jordan now as
"Syrian" territory. In reports of a
speech at Damascus last night,
Nasser was quoted as saying:
"Before World War I, Jordan was
all Syrian—and It still is."

USSR Approves, New
Leningrad Synagogue

TEL AVIV, (JTA),:---4 The
SoViet government has granted
permission for the construction
of a new synagogue at Lenin-
grad, it was reported here by
Dr. Gerhard Riegner, European
director for the World Jewish
Congress.
Here to attend a meeting of
the World Congress organiza-
tional • committee, as well as
to participate in the 25th World
Zionist Congress which- opens
in Jerusalem .in
- week, Dr.
Riegner told a presS confer-
ence that he saw signs, of a
possible softening of Soviet
Russia's ,-attitude toward Jews
in the USSR; - :
Among the signs:, he said, are
the permission for mg
of the new s gag
nounced r Ines
the Rus-
sian go rnm
to publish
some
iddish* literature, and
the
quest recently made
Je% sh writers in '
ish; a -- Y .
p
ese move
r.
1egn
d, have
ged Je
aders
op that
ore
sitive
lopment
ay be
ticipate in th
viet Union
r
ding
culture and
reli

Irish Mist

Demand Resignation - Hebrew U. to Install 'Marian Anderson' Room

Danny Raskin's of Nazi-Backed Head

LISTENING

A SMALL GROUP of dedi-
cated women in the community
are working 'feverishly to alert
folks to the need that now ex-
ists at- Penrickton Nursery for
Visually Handicapped Children.
. . . These gals are volunteers
who spend a great deal of their,
time directly servicing the un-
fortunate kiddies, working hand
and hand with 'the. Penrickton
staff in 'teaching them to eat.
walk and talk in 'the -first basic
steps in the essentials of living.
. . . The youngsters are in the
age group of three to eight and
so desperately need the helping
hands that are extended to
them . . . The need is constant
for funds to keep this wonder-
ful institution. going : to make
certain that the wide open doors
of .Penrickton Niirsery are not
closed into the faces of these
blind little children who de-
serve, a chance for a good start
able to live- a normal
and
life .. Realizing that so' many
people have never seen a blin
child being 'trained, what g
into this •work and what is
quired, the group of volun ev-
women is asking folks, both en
and women, to come and sit
the Penrickton Nursery, lac d
at 26530 Eureka Rd., off T
graph Rd., in Taylor, Michiga
. . . Call the nursery at WHitney
1-0229 and arrange for a visit,
- .. The staff will welcome you
with open. arms .. . the:women
will be aceoninlishing the ful-.-
fiihnent of a need . . . and above
all, the blind kiddies will know
that they have not been forgot-
ten.
QUICK WITH THE retorts
d always good for a' laugh is
nterman Iry Willis at Liber-
an's in Oak Park . . . Iry is
ell khown around delicatessen
circles as a topnotch sandwich
maker, but somewhere along the
line he certainly must . have
missed his calling in show busi-
ness!!
LITTLE J 0 A N WINDER,
four-year-old daughter 'of Mary
and Lillian Winder, had been
going to Sunday School for some
time when her teacher recently
asked the class, "Who wants to
go to Heaven?" .. . All hands
went up but Joan's . . The
teacher asked her if she. didn't
want to -,go to Heaven . . . and
Joan replied, "No, thank yo
hasn't been long since
ame
from there."

Bonn Examin Nazi
`Special Cour Verdicts

BONN, (JTA) — Two sep-
arate investigat' ns are being;
est Germany
conducted in
into the verdict handed down
during World W II by jud
it
on the Nazi "spec'
was revealed here.
In this city, the North Rhine-
Westphalia Ministry of Justice
is investigating the "special
court" 'activities of Justice Hein-
rich Becker, now presiding
fudge of the Bonn District
Court. He was a judge in the
Nazi "special court" at Cologne
during the war.
At Hamburg, the prosecutor
An ancient recipe • . a brand-new
reported to the Hamburg State
taste eiperience.Thisdeliciousafter-
Parliament that he was review-
dinnerdrin-k is Ireland's only liqueur.
ing 240 sentences handed down
Ideal for Irish Coffee.Try it.80 Proof.
during the Nazi regime by "spe-
cial courts" in that city. The
Sole U.S. Representatives:
prosecutor told Parliament that
Munson G. Shaw Co., Inc., N.Y. 17, N.Y.
he had already found at least
five cases of "obvious miscarri-
Classified ads bring fast results! age of justice."

Ireland's
Legendary Liqueur

of Provincial Parliament

NEW YORK (JTA) — Miss
Marian Anderson, prominent
singer and former member o
the United States dele
the United Natio
s clamed
"Woman of t
ear" by the
National W en's Division
the Amer an Friends of
Hebrew
niversit
men's
oup pzesen
Anderso with its "
the Year
les
attended by the nited Nations
representatives of Israel and
12 new African and Asian

BONN, (JTA) — Requests for
the resignation of the chairman
of the Rhineland-Pfalz Parlia-
ment, on the grounds that he
had been elected to • his post
with the backing of neo-Nazis,
were made at Mainz by mem-
bers of the Rhineland-Pfalz
Parliament. representing the
Christian Democratic Union and
the Free Democratic Party..
The new parliamentary 'chair-
man in the state is Franz Boeg: states.
ler, a_ member of the Social
Michael Cornay, Israel's Am-
Democratic party. The complain- bassador to the United Nations,
ants point out that he was
chosen with the help of the two
newly elected members of that
Parliament, representing the
neo-Nazi German Reichspartei,
a party outlawed for its neo-
nazism in all of the German
states- except Rhineland-Pfalz.
One of Boegler's backers was,
allegedly, a high-ranking officer
in the SS, Hitler's Elite Guard,
during World War II.

Israel to Release
$500,000 in Blocked
Assets of Arab DP's

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Israel
has decided to release about
$500,000 in, blocked accounts
here owned • by Arab refugees,
as well as bonds, stocks a
jewelry owner
will use •
ays Bank of Lon-
don
e disbursing agency.
eral years ago, Israel re-
sed $9,000,000 in blocked
Arab refugee ac unts
the Palestine C
mission. Those cco
we at
-the time at t B
s br nch
here and in 'her foreign bank
in Israel.
The new re
affects
blocked Ar
gee accounts
a uabl- es now in the
Bank Leumi and in the Israel
Discount Bank. It is believed
that the $500,000 in cash, and
the valuables , to be released
make up the balance of„ Arab
refugee accounts in Israel.

announc •
' a Marian An;
United
ations docu-
ent reading
ading r
would be
1 stalled in the brary of the
new Hebrew Uni rsity campus
in Jerusalem. T e AFHU Wo-
en's
ision as announced
a
aign
raise $1,000,000
f the li
y.

MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!

Sammy Woolf

And His Orchestra

UN 1-2953
UN 3-8982
UN 3-6501
ims ■

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Splendid Food

n celebrating our 2nd successful year on James
awns an reenfield, we wish to thank all our cus-
omers and fri nds . . . and wish them a Happy and
Pro erous Ne Year, and to assure them that we
shall continu o offer the same fine food and service
in der to rit their continued patronage.

Harry and Abe Boesky

JAMES COUZENS & GREENFIELD

BR 2-0644

AMPLE FREE PARKING

.

Dutch Justice Minister
ii
Noncommital on Nazis'
Permanent Sentence

WHERE TO DINE

nest Ma r-
t hot d

t
Lavish SMORGA
fish, doe
Crated and smoke SBORD
wi
cold dishes. Complete Contin
—steaks, chops, lobsters, duck etc. Beautiful private dini
parties. Home and business catering. Lunch from $1.25. Din
FREE PARKING 1014 E. JEFFERSON

Stockhol m

THE HAGUE, (JTA) — The
fro
Dutch Minister of . Justice, Dr.
WO 2-1042_
Anton Beerman, refused during
debate in the tower chamber of
3020 GRAND RIVER. Free Parking. T
700 P
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding pa
S
Parliament to commit his Gov-
the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and S
ernment to permanent imprison-
more than 26 years. • All Beef aged in
ment for four German war CHOP HOUSE
criminals convicted of partici-
pation in the deportation and ROBIN HOOD'S serving the/finest and most delicious of foo s,'Ste k
gassing of more than 100,000 Chops, Chicken Club Sc.ndwiches. Jhort Orders. Deliciou
Dutch Jews.
"Served as you like it."
The four SS men—Lages, Ko- 20176 LIVERN013 AVE., PA blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
Open 24 Hours
talla, Ausderfueten and Fischer
CHOICE LIQUORS
—originally were sentenced to
1ES
BANQUET F
death but the sentences later MARIA'S PIZZERIA
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian
were commuted to life imprison-
ment.
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
Dr
a Liberal 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—
1-3929
•er o
urged
Beerman to dec
four
8
Nazis would never h. •
eased. CLAM SHOP and BAR
Beerman replied that t right Serving? Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Stepks and As
2675 -E. G
rdon wa a prerog ive of Music by Muzak
d that it as im
Prime Beef at its Very Best! Pies baked on prenr-
e h ds of a
Special Luncheons and Dinners. Me hange
ent
the ques- HERCS ises
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.'

CARL'S

,

.

BEEF BUFFET •19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 BIk. E. of

"..ALITY PLUS

Chicerels'

QUANTITY

Kenwood

ALWAYS . . . AT

"The House of Delicacies"

• LUNCHES
• DINNERS
• SANDWICHES
• WAFFLES
• PANCAKES.
• SNACKS
• PIZZAS

OPEN 7 DAYS

Dancing 6 nights. Monday, Johnny Tit s Trio
Don Pablo (5 Nights)
Dinners 5 p.m. Banquet Parties to'
Free Parking — OPEN SUNDA

FENKELL COR. TELEGRAPH

DUBBS BEEF BUFFET

• Prime Beef • Shrimp • Lobster • Delmonico Ste.
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD
OPEN DAILY_ 11 8:30 P.M.; SAT. 8. SUN. to 9
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FO
STAGS. BANQUETS and MEETINGS

Paradiso Cafe

BUFFET PARTY TRAYS
GIFT FOOD BASKETS
Liberty 9-5535

PERRI'S!

,

DELICATESSEN
& RESTAURANT
13 Mile & Woodward at Coolidge
IN THE NORTHWOOD
SHOPPING CENTER

KE. -7377

Chi

Fine American & Malian Food
Open daily 11:30 a.
CLOSED SUND
Banquet room ava

COCKTAIL BAR
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile

T -3988

McINERNEY'S FARM and OLD CIDEVILL

29501 NORTHWESTIUM HWY. bet. 12 & 13 Mi

Open Daily 9 A.M.
P.M.Closed Monday
Serving Chicken & Turkey Luncheon and Din
CARRY OUT SERVICE — PRIVATE ROOM AVAI
-9222
LP



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