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September 01, 1961 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-01

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Mayor Wagner Plays Host to U.S.
Athletes Leaving for `Maccabiah'

Greenwich Vill

ps Challenge Sunday Blue Laws



Closing Association," day as a day free of labor, as
p declared in a state- a day for church, for the fam-
t "the vast majority of ily, for recreation, rest and
ish to maintain Sun- relaxation."

to Sun
A fresh challe
made in w
closing-laws w
p of Greenwich
York by a g
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Mayor United States in the • sixth Village boo ellers
with viola g t
Robert F. Wagner was host to World Maccabiah Games.
After presenting a plaque to State Sabb
la
the 135 athletes who left for
Tel Aviv to represent t h e the U.S. squad, Wagner told their books ps 0
the group: "I envy you the - op-
nce of
The signi
portunity to go to Israel to lenge was ,
erline
Kennedy to Nominate
er,
participate in these games. I
L
Abraham L. Freedman know it will be a great thing announcement
general counsel o e Ameri-
to U.S. District Court
to see the progress Israel is can Jewish Congress, agreed to
PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) — making. I also know of the serve as co-counsel in the case.
Abraham L. Freedman, former bonds of friendship that exist
Following a brief trial in
president of the combined Feder- between the United States and Magistrate's Court, Judge Fred-
ation of Jewish Charities and Israel and especially with New erick L. Strong reserved deci-
Allied Jewish Appeal, is to be York."
sion. He promised to hand down
The Mayor saidthat such co- a ruling on Sept. 4.
nominated to the United States
'District Court here by President operation "b rings enduring
The booksellers were cit
friendships and sending a team for violating Antic!

Kennedy.
Freedman's nomination to the abroad gives the Israelis an New York Re
, which
judgeship has been approved by opportunity to see the products prohibits "al
of public
a
of our youth, of which we are selling" o
the Department of Justice.
with a num-
Freedman is now on the board so proud. My very best wishes her of e - p
s, such as cer-
of directors and the executive go out to you and I know you tain f
obacco, gasoline,
s
committee of the Federation. He will uphold the highest tradi- etc.
the items specific-
o
has also served as president of tions of the sport."
the Sa at •
ally e • ted fr
the Jewish Community Relations
so
14 may
la
Council, vice-president of the
are newspa r n
d
Philadelphia Commission and the
s—but not b ks.
Community Chest, and as a board
sou t dis-
he bookselle
member of the United Fund, the
sal of the c plain n the
Home for the Jewish Aged and
and that th conduct corn-
In 1960 Joint Distribution
the Jewish Publication Society. Committee aid was extended to
ned of does t constitut
An attorney and former City So- 232,500 men, women and chil-
tion of the Sabbath 1 . If
licitor, Freedman is also a mem- dren in 25 countries' spanning it i eld that the acts d. golate
ber of the board of directors of five continents.
er, the
bbath law, h•
the
the Jewish Exponent, local En-
Almost half of these, 107,000, comp * t shoul• • e , dismissed
glish-Jewish publication.
were in Moslem countries, prin- because is unconstitu-
cipally Morocco; 68,000 were in tional, they deplared.
Rolled-Up Beefburgers Israel, and nearly 52,000 in In arguing that there was no
violation of the Sabbath law,
Prepared With Kosher Europe.
the Greenwich Village book-
In
addition,
the
protective
Mar-Pare Margarine
sellers' attorneys asserted that
Mar-Pary Margarine, contain- arm of the JDC, major Ameri- the purpose of the statute was
ing no animal or milk fat, is agency aiding distressed Jews to prevent "serious interrup-
kosher for making dishes vary- abroad, reached out to needy tions of the repose and relig-
ing from beefburgers to barbe- Jews in Australia, the Philip- ious liberty of the community."
que sauce, stuffed fish and pota- pines, China, Chile, Haiti, the
toes and baked desserts. Follow- Dominican Republic and New Group Seeking
ing is one of Mar-Parv's special Uruguay.
This information is contained Nationwide Support of
recipes:
in the 1960 annual report of
Rolled-Up Beefburgers
JDC's activities by Moses A. Sunday Closing Law
y, cup MAR-PARV Margarine
COLUMBUS, 0., (JTA) ---
2 cups sifted flour
Leavitt, executive vice-chair-
11/z teaspoon salt
Formation of a new organiza-
man, issued Sunday.
2 teaspoon baking powder
tion to seek country-wide sup-
Y4 teaspoon paprika
The report showe
1 4 teaspoon poultry seasoning
ort of "the principle" of Sun-
th
•,()I
crease
of
close
to
% cup tomato juice
closing laws was announced
3 4 cup cold water
over
ed
he
-

number
of
peo
Sift together dry ingredients. Cut in
e.
an i rease in
MAR-PARV Margarine. Stir in tomato last year, an
alled the "Great Columbus
juice, adding water a tablespoon at expenditures f clos to $700*
a. time until a • ball of dough is
r t
formed. Knead gently on lightly 000. Total e enditu •
4
floured board for about one minute. year were $ ,225,74
Pat or roll out into a rectangle 12 x
the cam
18 inches. Spread the meat mixture chiefly fro
on the dough, roll u and tuck in the United
ish Appe
baking
ends. Place on
utes.
' vided a f ing
The JDC
Each
pan and bake
Cre-
Serve ho
of
avera
program for
ole sau
month, tw
90,000 people
LO 2-3598 or CR 4-3726
em a
thirds of them in
.../Wrom%000%•••••• •■••••`■
It provided cash r an
o My Jewish
average of 41,000 people each
e low-Citiz
month; medical care for 33,000;
We are ne i
care in homes for the aged
ee for 5,700; care of 3,000 chil-
line for maili
ed dren and young people; educa-
Voter's B of
ich tion aid to 71,500; and and aid
in the S
anah. to an additional 37,000 through
occurs on
11 Jew- a variety of other cultural
and it is
pply for and religious activities.
ish voter

Start a. Business
in Your Home

Collector selling over 200 items; antiques, glassware,
ceramics, brass & copper paintings. Some furniture,
finest quality. Buy it all & start a business. Private
party. Phone 869-5547.

nnouncing ... Fall Registration at

0 K PARK'S DAY SCHOOL

The Hebrew Academy

nest education available for any Jewish boy or girl

INDERGARTEN
1/1 1st GRADE THROUGH 5th GRADE
If ACCREDITED ENGLISH STAFF
Poi MODERN HEBREW PROGRAM
1/1" SMALL CLASSES
1s SPECIAL TUTORING
1/' DOOR TO DOOR TRANSPORTATION

232,500 Aided. by
JDC During 1960

LI 8-8020

Give Your Child An. Intensive Hebrew Program!

Yeshiva Beth Yehuda, Oak Park Division

ter's Bal-

n g you a very
ew Year, I urge you.

For 1961 the JDC has
adopted a budget of $28,7'75,-
000 to finance its global
operations on behalf of an
estimated 300,000 people.

Although the financial main-
stay of the JDC continues to
be the United Jewish Appeal,
Leavitt reported that a sizeable
allocation was made by the Con-
ference on Material Claims
Against Germany, to be used
for the relief and rehabilitation
of Nazi victims, and that smaller
sums had been contributed by
the Jewish communities of
Canada, Latin America and by
a number of governmental and
intergovernmental agencies.
In introducing Leavitt's re-
port, Edward M. M. Warburg,
again to ask for your Absen- chairman of the JDC, observed
that those who have guided and
tee Ballot at once, thereby
supported JDC's efforts have
exercising your right to vote
without sacrificing any of "acknowledged a spiritual im-
perative a belief that when a
your religious beliefs.
man hears of suffering
MARY V. BECK
need, he must act; t
President
Detroit City Council he hears a cry for
must answer."

ter

Bnai Israel To

ng taken

Announces that

gram.

for the Fal

ted.

Begin

Bus tr

d.

0 or LI 8,3554

For In

AUTO SAFETY BELTS
'6.50

ieir Ab
at once.

For Information Call:
Eves.: LI 8-3554

ay Services will take place at
Bnai Israel
Jewish Center — 10 Mile Rd.

.

For tickets and information call above numbers.

TION EMANU-EL

CONGR

e of Greater Detroit

aum, Rabbi

to

U,affiliated residents of Grea r Detroit and the suburbs a _ re invited
form congregation, and to participate
orship with us, Detroit' newest
''ritual, ultural and'social enrichment.
continuing progra m o

ght by professional teachers under the
tart Saturday, September 9. Our educa-
n through twelfth grades, with Confirma-
rew classes, Bar Mitzvah and Bas Mitzvah

Religious
r.
irection of
ion progr m
ion at gr ..e
reparation

hip Committee may be contacted
or writing the Temple office.

GATION EMANU-EL

H450 WEST TEN MILE ROAD
OAK PARK, MICHIGAN
Lincoln 7-5015

EE

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