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April 28, 1961 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-04-28

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Detroit Zionists Present Books
to WSU Library's Kasle Collection
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JUDGE IRA KAUFMAN, left, makes a presentation of
books to Dr. G. Flint Purdy, extreme right, director of the
Wayne State University Libraries. Looking on are Dr. Clarence
B. Hilberry, Wayne State University president, and Benjamin
D. Burdick, member of the Wayne State University Board
of Governors. The books were a gift from the Detroit
Chapter of the Zionist Organization of America. They were
added to the Kasle Collection in the library.

Plan Intensified. Israel Bond Drive

The sale of Israel Bonds helps
promote trade between the
United States and Israel, accord-
ing to Manuel
Kohl gsb erg,
the Michigan
chairman f o r
State of Israel
Bonds.
Konigsberg
announced
plans for an in-
tensified drive
this year to
finance Israel's
economic de-
development.
Konigsberg
. A member of the Kalamazoo
Chamber of Commerce and of
the Tape Club, Konigsberg has
served as co-chairman o
Kalamazoo United J
peal Campaign a
esi-
dent of the
ion of
Moses. He is
em
of Bnai
Brith and t
OA in addition
to serving
the Board of Con-
gregation
Moses for the p
20 years.
"The at m
proceed of the Is
campai ' he said,
main in
the Un
States
pay f

t

goods and services required by
Israel for its economic develop-
ment."
He reported that the State of
Israel spent a total of $102,000,-
000 in the U. S. for goods and
services during the first six
months of 1960. In the same
period goods -and services im-
ported from Israel by the United
States totaled $32,000,000.
The 1961 drive for Israel
Bonds, dedicated to Israel's Bar
Mitzvah, seeks $80,000,000 for
the development of every sector
of Israel's economy.
"One of the most significant
results of the Israel Bond cam-
paign," Konigsberg said, ".has
be he increasing trade be-
ael and the United
States, •wi the balance greatly
in favor
the United States.
Those who uy Israel Bonds are
not only p viding economic aid
for e ne democracy of Israel :
t re
o helping indirectly
ate American trade
ti

growing trade between
two countries is indicative
the warm friendship which
unites them," he said.

rand Opening of Our

4th YEAR

With a Store Full of Wonderful Things
For Our Customers

Come SEE You'll Save in Every Dept.
AND ONCE AGAIN:
FULL COURSE

DINNER

Only

WITH THIS AD ONLY

or Equivalent Menu Suggestions -

THIS offer good for 2 or more people
Every day this week, starting Today
All Day Sunday and Daily 4 to 9 p.m.
- Bring your family and friends, but
please do come early.

OPEN 7 DAYS TO 10 P.M.

Ci DEIWA rl E JS R S A IT

AFTER ATTENDING several
meetings of the senior Bicur
Cholem group with her mother;
Mirian Weinberg, and seeing
how the members were getting
quite old and most of them
phySically unable to be active
in its fine work of helping the
needy sick, Helen Schwartz was
inspired to organize a younger
group . . . And so in June of
1936, with about eight other
gals, Young Women's Bicur
Cholem was born . . . Helen
became the first president, and
today there are over 100 mem-
bers whose primary efforts are
involved in case work for the
needy sick, with Mary Book-
stein and her case workers
doing an outstanding job . . .
The 25th anniversary of Young
Women's Bicur Cholem is being
honored with a dinner-dance
April 30 at Temple Israel . . .
Ann Shifman is president of
the organization and Sonia Gol-
den, chairman of the Silver
Celebration . . . For tickets,
contact Rose Viedrah, UN
1-9328, or Helen Schwartz,- UN
"4-3056.
IF YOU WATCHED "Hawaiian
Eye" on network TV last week,
O
the fellow who looked very fa-
miliar was former Detroiter,
Hiam Wiener, better known as
H. M. Wynant . . . Since Hy left
local circles to make good as a
Splendid Foo
Dancing
featured thespian, his list of
credits reads like 'a "Who's Who"
in Hollywood and New York top-
rated television shows .. . Only
a week before, he had appeared
on "Wagon Train" . . . His wife,
Ethel, former casting director at
CBS and now a co-producer at
• Prime Beet • Shrimp • Lobster • Delmonico Steak
icken
MGM, makes things pretty con-
UN 4-
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD
fusing for proofreaders since
OPEN DAILY 11-8:30 P.M., SAT and SUN.' to 9 P.
she spells her last name as
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR
STAGS, BANQUETS and MEETINGS
'Winant .. . The Wiener family
is loaded with talent . . . Mom
NATIVE CHINESE AND AMERICAN
and pop, Bessie and Jack Wiener,
OPEN 7 DAYS — CARRY-OUT
have 14 grandchildren, and even
SPECIAL . LUNCHES — DINN
Jack himself doesn't let up on
12832 W. 7 MILE RD.
the bevy of family ability . . . his
violin and orchestra still giving
ranucci's restaurant & cocktail bar
out with danceable rhythms at
Fine American and Italian Food
community function .. . Besides
Open Daily 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Sunday 3 p.m. to mi
Hy, they have two other son&,,
Serving Lunches, Dinners, After Theatre Sna
and a daughter . . . Charles is
Banquet room available. Music by Al Nalli. Ample rki .
also a local band leader, Max
DI 1-5445
7030 W. 7 Mile
plays first violin with the Leon-
ard Bernstein Philharmonic Or-
Fine American and Italian Food

Open daily 11:30 a.
an.
chestra in New York, and Molly
CLOSED SUN
Cohen keeps herself busy with
Banquet room av
COCKTAIL- BAR
five children.
17632 WOODWARD -- North of.6 Mile
TO 9488
HATS OFF . . . to -Minnie

Miller, a woman with a heart
Lavish SMORGASBORD with finest mar-:
of hot
of gold who has devoted her StOekh01111inated and smoked fish, do
• cold dishes. Complete Co
al
life to helping people . . . —steaks, 'chops, lobsters duck, etc, Beautiful private dini
parties.
Home
and
business
catering.
Lunch
from
$1.25.
Din
Among her many affiliations,
she is president of Ladies Loin- FREE PARKING 1014 E. -JEFFERSON
zer, committee member for
3020 GRAND RIVER. Free Parking.
Bonds for Israel, worker on the
3-0.700;
vate Banquet Rooms_ for wedding
Allied Jewish Campaign, Torch
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and
more than 26 years. • All Beef aged
Drive, Cancer Fund and presi- CHOP HOUSE
dent of the Jewish Women's
European Welfare Organization
CHOICE LIQUORS
BANQUET. FACILITIES
. . . Her dedication to people MARIA'S PIZZERIA
is a community by-word . . .
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Ital .
oo s
One member who passed away
Parking Facilities . .. Carry-Out Service
recently was so endeared with
- 9
Minnie's devotion that she left 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.
her property and all her belong-
ings to Jewish Women's Euro- CLAM SHOP and BAR
TN-88
pean Welfare .. . She picks up Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Asso
ill people to take to various
2675 E. GR
hospitals for treatment, and Music by Muzak
brings them home to care for
Prime
altunitesheV
on
ersy Bcel stLi Piee rs s. br iced on prem.
them . . . Minnie will soon go to
es.Special
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
Israel for her first visit to the
grave of her son, Al, who died BEEF BUFFET
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 Blk. E. of
fighting for the Jewish State,
10 years ago.
Chicorele NeW Banquet Roorni accOmodating 30 to 300 for Bar ,

Mr$,,71.111
VIP

WHERE TO DINE

DUBBS BEEF BUFFET

a

LOTUS
GARDENS

P Grad's° Cafe

ElilirS

Your Host: Lou Horowitz of
"The House of Delicacies"
IN THE NORTHWOOD SHOPPING CENTER

13 MILE & WOODWARD AT COOLIDGE

"Mein Kampf," Columbia Pic- i 1-litler's Reich opens today at
tures' new release tracing the ' the Grand Circus Theater.
terrifying rise and ruin of
Nearly all the film footage
used in "Mein Kampf" consists
Sterling Opens Summer of never-before-shown material
taken from the Go e bb els
Season in Miami Beach! archive in West Berlin, from
David Rosner, owner of the Poland, France, Great Britain,
Sterling Hotel in Miami Beach.1 the United States and the So-
announces the June 15 opening viet Union. As assembled by
Erwin Leiser, "Mein Kampf"
of his summer season, to last basically permits the N
through Yom
tell—through
- eyes,
Kipper, Sept.
speech
and
eras—the
20: Recom-
story
their • n murderous .
mended by
expl
America's
eiser e
leading ortho-
ving p
dox rabbis for
evealing
its strict ob-
if possi
or
servance of
the ris • cline and
n of
dietary I a w s,
Hitler and his mu
machine.
t h e Sterling
also caters to- Rosner
calorie-free and salt-free diets
.. ........ ..... 77-
and innumerable "special
lam18112Aimiz
dishes" guests enjoy. A private
sandy beach, luxurious lounge
area and olympic swimming
HOUSE
pool for daytime relaxation,
, OF
and planned entertainment pro-
PANCAKES
grams assure a continuous round
22 DELICIOUS
of relaxation and diversion on
VARIETIES
the Sterling's oceanfront loca-
Delicatessen & Restaurant
tion.
Open 7 a.m. 'til 1:30 a.m.
The Sterling is operated on
every day
the American Plan only, serving
13821 9 Mile Road, Nr. Coolidge
three meals daily, with the
Free Pprking
added feature of late evening
LI 8-1111
snacks at no additional charge.

CARL'S

Buy One Full Course Dinner, We'll Give -the
Second Equivalent Full , Course Dinner for lc

PERRI'S

Mein Kampf Opens at Grand Circut . Theater

J

The fellow who is advised to

pay as he goes doesn't need to
be advised to go. slow.

Kenwood

mitzvahs, Weddings, Anniversaries, Bowling, Parties.
Dancing Nightly DON PABLO ORCHE
OPEN SUNDAY

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