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November 17, 1961 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-11-17

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McDonald on 75th Birthday
Danny Raskin's Honor
Israel's outstanding leaders by the Israel Bond drive in Bos-

LISTENING

Soviet Union, which would
prohibit the export by any UN
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.,- member of arms to South
After a series of complex pro- Africa. Eshel explained that it
cedural moves in the General was Israel's "declared policy"
Assembly's Special Politic a-1 to refrain from : sending arms
Committee, which for more to any country when such arms
than five weeks has been de- could be used directly or in-
bating the Republic of South directly "in a situation of colo-
Africa's apartheid policy, Is- nial oppression."
rael was on record Tuesday as
In connection with Israel's
favoring diplomatic and econo- abstention on the Soviet amend-
mic sanctions against the Re- ment, it was understood Israel
public of South Africa..
did not want to make such
At the same time, however, a vital issue as racial discrimi-
DRIVE TO OBTAIN a small
Israel is on record against dis- nation a part of the cold war. bus for the 90 youngsters at
cussion by the Security Coun-
Northville State Mental Hospi-
cil of the possible expulsion - of Veterans Protest
tal has been started by the
South Africa from membership
Hawthorne - Northville Chapter,
in the United Nations.
Arrest of Yugoslav
Michigan Association for Emo-
. The committee, which was
tionally Disturbed Children .. .
Who
Killed
Germans
still listening to explanations of
To get the bus, the group is
The Jewish War Veterans of collecting trading stamps, all
the votes by the 103 delegations
Tuesday, also heard Israel's .ex- the U.S.A. _expressed shock and kinds, full books or loose . . .
planations of its attitude fol- indignation over reports that an Drop the stamps off at the
lowing the voting at a long ses- American-born Yugoslav was ar- Wyoming - Curtis Fish Market,
sion Monday afternoon, when rested last week in Munich for 18273 Wyoming, or mail them
a total of 18 separate votes killing two German soldiers in to Box 101, N.E. Station, Li-
were taken, most of them by the war-time resistance.
vonia . . . Arrangements will
Lazo Vracaric was arrested in also be made for pick-up of the
formal roll call.
Ambassador Ar i eh Esh el, his hotel room last Thursday by stamps by calling Ethel Natin-
deputy chairman of Israel's Munich Police. As a Tito parti- sky, UN 2-9677, Thelma Rodd,
United Nations delegation and san during World War II he had BR 3-8649, or Shirley Dell, LI
his government's representative shot the Germans in an ambush 4-1470 . . . The unfortunate kids
on the committee, cast the vote near the Wehrmacht barracks in need this bus very desperately
—let's help them get it!
against consideration of South Zagreb in 1941.
* *
JWV National Commander
Africa's expulsion and for the
WHEN
STONEY'S
nitery
Theodore
Brooks
of
New
York
sanctions against South Africa.
Eshel, however, abstained on characterized the episode as "an bossmen, Lou Stone and Iry
an amendment, introduced by act of stupidity and carelessness Sacks decided to take over the
Pakistan, which would call on by West German State authorities kitchen themselves recently,
members of the United Nations that is certain to have worldwide folks thought they had gone a
to refrain from selling petro- implications. One wonders if bit mad . .. But if that's what
Nazi • elements have once more it takes to get real good
leum to South Africa.
Israel abstained on another made their influence felyn West food, then Lou and Iry are
C-R-A-Z-Y!" . . .They've got
amendment, introduced by the Germany."
three chefs dishing out the de-
licious eats, and Stoney's has
p MEDIUM
RARE
fast become a "must" for peo-
ike their yum yams
WELL DO E
e concessioning out
its all Stoney's
at means bigger
25 W. 8 1 ILE
ings . . . Lou and
od food, and it was
1 blk. E. of Greenfield
at they wouldn't set-
anything less! . . . A
f folks wanted an after-
eater menu, and that's been
added too, along with the busi-
The BEEF ROOM dining fa
nessmen's luncheons and fine
for Bowling Banquets, Weddi
dinners . . . The wonderful
B-Y-O-L PRIVILEGES
Alex Kallao Trio is still held
over, giving out with the easy-
PERRI'S
PERRI'S
PERRI'S
PERRI'S
to-listen-to rhythms for dining
and dancing .. . . Alex at the
Perri's Presents Food at its Best.
piano is one of the top blind
keyboard ticklefs in the coun-
!
For Your Eating Enjoyment .
111 try . . . Song stylist Donna
*BREAKFAST • LUNCHES • DINNERS • SANDWICHE
nd every night
Po
out wit vibrant rendi-
• SNACKS • PIZZAS • PANCAKES
ade her a
at have
tions
BUFFET PARTY TRAYS • GIFT ),ASKETIr
All
sensatio 1 attrac on . .
bs the list
in all, S oney's c
• UNUSUAL IMPORTED AFT ITEMS
for dining,
as the place to
Lou H
witz, Yo Host
LI 9-5535
tainment . : .
dancing and e
r, no door or
"Quality PLUS Quantit Always"
p. Fifa No C charge isn't bad

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• * *
DELICATEWEN
REST JI
THERE ARE NINE gals who
In Northwood Center, Woodward at 1
a
comprise the charter member-
OPEN 7 DAYS TO 10 P.M.—FRE
ship of Primrose Benevolent
Club, originally meeting in Jan-
441 •■•1
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uary of 1934: at each others
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home to form an organization
helping the needy . . . Today,
this fine group of over 100
members has continued to pro-
vide immediate aid where and
when it is needed . . . Major
fund-raising event by the gals
JAMES
this year will be its 27th An-
nual Donor Luncheon, Nov. 29,
DINING ROOM
12:30, at Cong. Bnai Moshe on
10 Mile Rd. in Oak Park . . .
For tickets, call UN 3-4057 or
N DETROIT
UN 1-3844.

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

ROAST BEEF

ton, Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion, Finance Minister Levi
Eshkol and Foreign Minister
Golda Meir paid tribute to the
veteran statesman and world
leader in refugee settlement for
his warm friendship for Israel
and his continuing interest in her
tto Hal Gordon and the boys, progress and welfare.
whose music at the Greater De-
troit Bnai Brith Women's fund-
raiser was handled with very
0
capable deftnes
the entire
a ked
ORCHI
ose
Sid Caeser was on
out
HOUSE
doing his bit . . . Si
st
OF
post as a c is sti
PANCAKES
nds the
22 DELICIOUS
on . . .•ple
VARIETIES
ore than
shou d are of
idding the elves . .
Delicatessen & Restaurant
is
ho attended the
Open 7 a.m. itil 1:30 a.m.
own won-
every day
d erfu of just being on
13821 9 Mile Road, Nr. Coolidge
hand to add to the wonderful
Free Parking
work that Bnai Brith stands
LI 8-1111
for.

this week paid tribute to James
G, McDonald, first United States
Ambassador to Israel, on the oc-
casion of his 75th birthday.
In messages cabled to a dinner
in McDonald's honor, sponsored

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27 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Novemb er 11, 1961

Israel Votes in UN for Sanctions
Against Republic of South Africa

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GOOD FUN !

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IS NOW BEING SERVED - IN

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RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED F
STAGS, BANQUETS and MEETINGS

Paradiso Cafe

Fine American and Italian Food
a.m.
Open daily 11:30 a.
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17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile

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for. a face-lifting job soon at
Katz's Delicatessen in Oak MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BA NEVIN FA TS
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Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italia
space and styling at the palace
Parking Facilities . . . Corry-Out Servi
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7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.-- N 1-3929
COME DRF ,SED AS YOU ARE!
Katz . . . Wherever there's a
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Georgie Fink to rolic the folks CLAM SHOP and BAR
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with his vocalizing and soft Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and As
PRIVATE PARTIES, ACCOMMODATING UP
shoe . . . Checker Bar-B-Q and Music by Muzak
2675 E. G
Medea Bar patrons are a couple
BRoadway 2-0644
TO 125 GUESTS.
of the spots where you name
• Prime Beef at its Very Best ! Pies bake
inner
premises. Special Luncheons
it and Georgie will do it ala
Ample Free I fun-festing song and dance .. .
changed daily. Open 11 a.m.
HARRY BOESKY
I His "Old Black Magic" is a big BEEF BUFFET
Parking
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 Blk.
Your Host
favorite . . . LIVE ORCHIDS
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