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September 08, 1961 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-08

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Blame Education ills to American Nazi Party

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — joined the American Nazi Party
Chairman Thomas J. Dodd, of and similar groups because of
the Senate Juvenile Delin- short-comings in the nation's
quency and violence that youths educational system.

ORIGINAL RUSSI
WITH ENGLISH EXPL
EXCLUSI
DETROI
SHOWING
13135 FENKELL

SURF

To Our Many Patrons and Fri
May You Be Blessed Wit
A Year of Health and

The H

C H

Serving th
CHINESE and

1-6460

8926 W. 7 MILE, E. of WY

Best Wishes For a Year o
to AU Our Custome

LEON &
DELICA

13436 W. 7 MILE RD.

LEON I. S (GEL

COMPLETE
CARRY-OUT DIN

The

Broaster

k_mk4kc.rry

Out D"

18401 West
Phone 537

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

A - SMALL _GROUP of inter-
ested people, led by Martin
Horowitz, have started a Cub
ut Pack for mentally-retard-
oys in residence at the
e County Training School
eetings have been in pro-
all summer and the
gsters soon to be officially
ucted urgently need uni-
orms . . . Anyone having a cub
uniform in wearable condition
can have it picked up by calling
VE 8-2893.
* * *
MUNICIPAL J U D GE Burt
Shifman of Oak Park tells about
two 0. P. Public Safety officers
recently checking out a doctor's
linic on Greenfield during
it nightly rounds . . . It was
.m. when they discovered
ide door ajar and no lights
the building ... Lighting
r way with flashlights, they
ered and in one of the offices
Ind a safe that had been
ampered with, with an assort-
ment of burglary tools lying
around . . . Opening a closet,
they found a man so frightened
he couldn't talk . . . While one
of the officers watched the
prisoner, the other inspected
the rest of the clinic . . As
hlight played across the
oom, he suddenly dis-
waitin
o men sitting in the
ed
g up magazines as
ar hol
if readin 'them . . . The officer
t they were doing
asked
o'clock in the morn-
ther
ith straight face, their
in
reply, a classic, was,
e waiting for the doctor!"
* * *
LOOKING BACK THROUGH
the columns of yesteryears.
DEC. 7, 1945 . . . Years back,
Sam Blender the supermarket
man was known as "The bagel
man of the East Side" . . . That
was in New York, and his
friends numbered many of the
greatest names in show busi-
ness . . . When they come to
town it's memory time for con-
fabs of the good old days at
Muskin's Confectionary . . . He
went to Hebrew school with
Jan Pierce, then Pincus Pearl-
man . . . Mon-is Cohen, mayor
of Pittsburgh, and Rabbi Morris
Adler were also in the classes
. Irving Rapper, then Rappa-
op technical advisor
os., refers to little
arner
e • guy who sleeps
mmy as
in a can of hortening!" . .
the Ritz Bros.
The last tii
y talked about
were her
it and watch
how Sa
in Coney Is-
th s
rgued he was
la
ade the delicacies
th
ers did the selling
itz Bros. almost
e 12th St. eatery they

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3

* -%4. $1;

-•

P EC2
OF THE
°gill •

Plump, juicy peaches
wrapped in thin pan
ered with. hot peach
and topped with frosty
cream and golden pecan .

. 14, 1945 . . . It was a
time between snaps for
t. Marvin Penn and Sgt.
George Ingber . . . The civilian
pals met for the first tie in
five years at the Biarritz Amer-
ican University in France . . .
and had photo taken together
for first time since their Bar
Mitzvah.
BEST WISHES TO ALL A
NEW YEAR FILLED WITH
MUCH HAPPINESS AND
GOOD HEALTH.

Over 2000 musicians from
coast to coast attended the an-
nual national band directors'
workshop at the University of
Michigan last year.

SH OUR
RIENDS

OMERS

CU

R OF

H AND



APPINESS

Sincere Best Wishes for A Happy and
Prosperous New Yea
Sere

PERRI'S

PERRI'S

PERRI' S

PERRI'S

Hosts

Extend Greetings to The'
r of a
Friends f a

rri's

oodward a
rthwoo
7 DAYS. TO 10 P
0

any Customers
appine

e and Coolidge
FREE PARKING

WHERE TO DINE

Char-Broiled Steaks & Ham
Breakfast
Sandwiches.

HERC'S

OPEN 24 HOURS 7 DA
CARRY-OUT SERVI

SNACK SHACK

13630 W. 8 MILE nr. SCHAEFER

CHOICE LIQ ORS
BANQUET FACILIT

MARIA'S PIZZERIA

F

Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Ita

Parking Facilities ... Carry-Out Service

7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.-

T.

CLAM SHOP and BAR

Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assort

2675 E. GRA

Music by Muzak

IIERC'S

BEEF BUFFET

Prime Beef at its Very Best! Pi
ises. Special Luncheons and D'
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.

reeits

19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 Blk.

DUBBS BEEF BUFF

• Prime Beef • Shrimp • Lobster • Delmonico
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD
OPEN DAILY and SAT. 11-8:30 P.M., SUND

RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPT
STAGS, BANQUETS and MEETING

ranucci's restaurant & cocktail bar

Fine American and Italian Food
Open Daily 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Sunday 3 p.m.
Serving Lunches, Dinners, After Theatre
Banquet room available. Music by Al

7030 W. 7 Mile

Paradiso Cafe

Fine American and Italian
Open daily 1 •• a.
ND
CLOSE
Banquet ro

COCKTAIL BAR
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile

CARL•S

CHOP HOUSE

T X398

3020 GRAND RIVER. Free Parking. TE 3-
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding parties
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops ud
more than 26 years. All Beef

ving
for
ars,

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