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July 07, 1961 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-07

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Study Reveals Most Jews Marry
`Out of Faith' in West Germany

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MAINZ, Germany, (JTA) — A concentrated in the large centers
demographic study dealing with like West Berlin, Hamburg, Co-
logne, Munich and Frankfurt.
West German Jewry, issued here
There are 72 official Jewish com-
ti at Mainz University, showed that munities in West Germany, - but
59.1 percent of all Jewish mar- Jews also reside in smaller num-
riages in this country since 1945 bers in more than 500 other lo-
7 have been "mixed marriages."
7.
calities in this country.
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The study alSo showed that, of
The statistics also showed that
1,166 newly born children in the only four percent of the Jews here
Jewish communities in this coun- lived in Germany before the Nazis
try between 1951 and 1958; only wiped out the Jewish communi-
W. 71 were of "all-Jewis " • trac- ties. Since 1945, about 12,000
Jews have immigrated to Ger-
tion.
sse
The study, a
many; 4,500 of them from Israel,
rry Maor, of
tion by Dr
the others, from 32 other coun-
e• that only one-fif
Aviv, s
tries.
ti of the newly-born Jew'
ch .
The study showed further that
about 6,000 of the Jews here now
dren- were listed a
are "pensioners," living on one
0 the Jewish comm
ytrere enrolled 'n J
s form or another of pensionS or
restitution funds. About 8,000
'and educatio progr
ere Jews are active in the West Ger-
Mao;fig
sh
;IL" are
offi- man economy, 4,800 of these be-
e
registe
E
Jewish ing independent businessmen,
ciallS, in e est Ger
Most o hem are while 3,200 are employees.
commun

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

P

z

.

THE MOST
TALKED ABOUT-
THE MOST
SHOCKED ABOUT
PICTURE OF
OUR YEARS!

.

Continuous
Performances
Daily from 3 p.m.

Air Conditioned

I RAN5.-FUR

I laIT

Woodward at 6 Mile
TO 8-8300

or

FARNUM

THEATER

JOS. CAMPAU at HAPILEY

Nr. Holbrook

HAMTRAMCK

COMING: MON., JULY 10

DAILY SHOWINGS . TILL JULY 23

Weekdays: 6' P.M. and 9 P.M.
Sat. - Sun.: 2 P.M.-5 P.M.-8 P.M.

* *
EXCLUSIVE
SHOWING
IN
DETROIT
DON'T
MISS
IT

.1.■■•.■

CTED BY ALE

The 3;
.
30 Minutes of Rag nsearin:6
tir*I
f27iC•

•BOttle"SCOnei::on

Never Before Attempted .

AIR CONDITIONED

PLENTY OF PARKING

BACK IN 1955, two aspiring
actors pounded the pavements
of New York city looking for
work . . . Neither one proved
too successful in being able
to obtain employment as thes-
pians . . . Today, six years later,
the two Detroiters are together
again under different circum-
stances but still in the same
field of endeavor—show busi-
iness . . . Ralph Chicorel has
given the new section of his
Kenwood Lounge on Telegraph
and Fenkell a face lifting with
stage and all, for his former
fellow aspirant of the New
York days, Paul Stolarsky,
teacher at Winship Junior High
and producer of "Slings and
Arrows," which premiers to-
night at the Kenwood. . . .
The satirical revue is a
new version of "Slings and Ar-
rows" that played Detroit
ing the 1959-60 se
features the best rs
it plus some
material . . .
Beverly Ma witz and Paul,
who is als director and o-
ducer of e entire prod t
were m bers of the
"Slings • d Arrow"
Nancy ayburn
ker co •lete th
Gaber n, who
a. cou r of wee
as mu al dire
lyrics sketches were w
ten by t
Paysner and•rce
Rollins, usic b erschel
Horowitz a
Gaberman
. . Two shows nightly are
Scheduled for Mondays through
Thursdays, 'and three shows on
Fridays and Saturdays. . . .
Performances for tomorrow
night are all sold out . . . Tick-
ets can be gotten' at the Ken-
wood Lounge and Marwil Book
Store at Northland . . . For
phone reservations, call KE. 7-
7377.
* * *
MEMBERS of Knights of Py-
thias, Detroit Lodge 55, may
well be proud of themselves .. .
The Burt Lake Recreation Cen-
ter and Camp for under-privi-
leged children, owned and op-
erated by the Knights of Py-
thias of Michigan, has bestowed
a great honor on Detroit Lodge
55, in whose name the very fine
athletic field is now titlec . • .
Detroit 55 undertook to com-
pletely furnish the field with
athletic equipment and will
keep it supplied every year so
that the underprivileged young-
sters who are sent to Burt Lake
can enjoy themselves in their
fun - filled athletic endeavors.
. . . Joe Snider is chairman,
assisted by Henry Willner, both
of whom deserve a loud round
of applause, along with the
membership of Detroit 55, for
a. job well done on behalf of
the needy children.
*
*
ASK THE TWO youngsters
who sold lemonade on the cor-
ner of Seven Mile Rd. and
Hartwell, last week, and they'll
tell you that policemen are not
so bad . . . A scout car stopped
at their stand and asked the
kids if they had a license to
sell the penny punch . . .
When the frightened lads said
no, one of the cops offered not
to "run 'em in" for a drink
. . . and the other bought out
their business for half-a-dollar.

.

The University of Michigan
offered courses in real estate
in 27 Michigan communities

this year.:

11 U.S. C
Comp

NEW
Amen -Israel Cul al F
4.
tion
orted th
m 12
lists
qualified or partic .
thus f
Pablo
the thi
tion
iolince
Intern
nal
Corn-
nder the
petition
be he
ices in Israel.
Foundation
Eleven of the entrants- are
from the United States. The
competition will open at Tel
Aviv Sept. 23.

HOUSE
OF
PANCAKES

22 DELICIOUS
VARIETIES

Delicatessen & Restaurant

Open 7 a.m. i til 1:30 a.m.
every day

13821 9 Mile Road, Nr. Coolidge
Free Parking

Dancing

Splendid Foo

GEORGE

rmerly of BEN & GEORGE on Dexter

OW AT KATZ'S DELICATESSEN
IN OAK PARK

y the Touch of

Artistry in

From A Sandwich To A
Complete Meal

Featuring Products by
VIENNA-WILNO
and
UNITED DAIRIES

AY CATERING by GEORGE

and

CARRY OUT SERVICE
AT ITS BEST

Open- Daily & Sun. 6-1 a.m.
Saturdays 'til 2 a.m.

KATZ'S DELICATESSEN

LI 6-6824 -

13731 9 MILE RD., 2 blks. W. of Coolidge

WHERE TO DIN

R 8800.

CLAM SHOP and BAR

A y . a Sea

Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks

Music by Muzak

267

ods

VD.

n prem.
changed

Best! Pies

f a t ,un
it c s he very an
t P ses. e Sp B ee cgl
IIERC ' S - daily.
Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m,
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1
BEEF BUFFET

vergreen

DUBBS BEEF BUFFET

• Prime Beet • Shrimp • Lobster • Delmonico Steak • C
UN 4-789
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD
OPEN DAILY 11-8:30 P.M., SUN. to 9 P.M.

. Serving Hot Bagel and Rolls, Lox, Smoked Fish,
Sandwiches and Home Made Pastries
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR
-
STAGS. BANQUETS and MEETINGS

ranucci's restaurant & cocktail ba

_,

Fine American and Italian j,Qod
Open Daily 11 a.m. to 2. a.m.; Sunday
Serving Lunches, Dinners, After
Banquet room available. Music by Al Nal

ight.

s .

arliing.

1-5445

7030 W. 7 Mile

Paradiso Cafe

Fine American
Open de" 1
C
D
Ban

COCKTAIL BAR
17632 WOODWARD --- -North of 6

CARL'S

CHOP HOUSE

3020 GRAND RIVER. Free Parking
vate Banquet Rooms fo3 ed
the World's Finest Ste
more than 26 years. All

MARIA'S PIZZERIA

3-0700. Pr'.
rties. Serving
Sea Foods for
n our cellars.

BA CHOICE LI ORS
IL TIES
NQUET

Specializing in Pizza Pie and Fa l us

,

Parking Facilities .

ian Food
.-1 a.m.
AYS
vailable

Carry-

7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3

3.M.—

Foods

N 1-3929

MI-JO'S CARRY OUT

Free - Fortune Cookies - Chinese Tea Ba
NEW POLICY—FIRST IN DETRO1T—HA
CANTONESE FOOD - CHOP SU
New Packaging will keep food
New Hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 12-10
15718 W. 7 MILE ROAD, 2 blocks . of
up order
Phone: VE 7-2422 (allow 15 minutes to pi

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