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January 12, 1962 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-12

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Israel Cabinet Forms Body Danny Raskin's
to Relax Border Military

.

Lunches • Dinners • Snac

FOR THE FINES N
FOOD — REM BER

"Quality PLUS

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at

PER

ESSEN

RESTAURANT & DELI

chairmanship of Ben-Gurion, con-
sists of Foreign Minister Golda
Meir; Finance Minister Levi Esh-
kol; Minister of Agriculture
Moshe Dayan; Moshe Shapiro,
Minister of the Interior; and
former General Yigal Allon,
Minister of Labor:
Allon represents Ahdut Avo-
dah, which is committed to the
complete abolition of the military
government in the border areas.
His party has reserved its right
to support a
or cancela-
tion of th
ary b ernment
if ans
the subje•comes
e n et (Par
ent)
for • -bate.
e Cabinet approved
prin-
ciple legislation to guar gainst
fraud in regard to kashr Minis-
✓ of
stic
ov J
h and
ora
ister of
Religi.
, w
authorized
t
aw
eN
making it
ff
1
sell or serve
-kos er
cts purported to
be kosh

irst New York Citizen
Asser Levy, one of the early
settlers of New Amsterdam in
the 17th Century, was the first
Jew to become a citizen of the
colony which was later to become
New York.

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GREENWICH, (JTA) — The
Connecticut Civil Rights
mission reported that M
we
Braden, a Greenwich
or who
issued clandestine
structions
to her staff on
ans of dis-
couraging Jewish stomers, had
filed a statemen f
nation with the mrnission.
At several h ings, Mrs.
-
den admitted s had pre• ed

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s o
from buying ho
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Greenwich ar . She sai she
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state Board Ileac,
for sell-
a house
wish family.
dome d
she had c'
morandum t

,

FOLKS WHO THOUGHT
Kozin's Kosher Restaurant on
7 Mile Rd., west of Evergreen,
would be just another little
store done over are still buz-
zing with amazement . . Few
eateries in town compare with
the beautiful decor . . . and the
food is good . . . Bill and May
Kozin have gotten most of the
service "bugs" out of the way,
something that takes place
whenever a new spot opens .
* * *
HER NAME was Marge
Nadis when she was singing
around town . . . Now married
to swell guy Sid Davis, Marge's
vocalizing talents haven't
changed and her beautiful voice
is coupled with the same poise
resentation that made her
a s ut vocalist . . . Marge
and her • t repertoire of rhyth-
mic rendi ins are again in de-
mand wh ever she goes.
* * *
B E E R IT HAPPENED
after
Year's Eve at Dar-
an on New Year's Day
by'
Couldn't be a more fright-
mg sight for a hangover than
the couple of "out of this world"
hair-do's" that made folks gulp
in disbelief . .. Remember the
Orson Welles radio show scare
of .some years back about Earth
being invaded? . . . The hair-
do's looked like the Martians
had arrived . . Can't under-
stand it . • . why such nice
looking girls want to make
themselves so unattractive!
* * •
--LOU -COHEN, director of
play for the card tourney by
erfection Lodge, Jan. 17, at
asonic Temple, is a bridge life.
aster, Goren Master teacher
and a holder of state and
national championships . .
Herman Raznick is general
chairman of the affair . . . For
tickets call Herman at UN 4-6647.
* *'
BACK RECENTLY after a
two-month vacation stint, Sam
Golden and Ernie Walls tell
about being pushed along the
Atlantic City boardwalk in one
of those strollers built for two
. . . "I wonder what the poor
people are doing tonight," kid-
ded Sam as they flicked- the
ashes from their foot-long
stogies . . . "One of 'em is
pushing this carriage," came a
voice from the rear.

U. S. Zionist Youth
Commission to Provide
Leadership Training

A special program for training
young people to assume future
leadership . in the American
Jewish community will be de-
veloped at the second annual
national assembly of the Ameri-
can Zionist Youth Commission at
the Warwick Hotel, New York
City, Jan. 13 and 14, it was
announced by Mrs. Morris S.
Handler, of Jersey City, NJ.,
and Dr. Morton J. Robbins, of
Nashua, N.H. They are co-chair-
men of the American Zionist
Youth Commission, which spon-
sors Young Judea, the oldest and
largest Zionist youth organization
in America.
The American Zionist Youth
Commission is supported jointly
by Hadassah, the Women's Zion-
ist Organization of America, and
the Zionist Organization of
America. Mrs. Handler and Dr.
Robbins are national youth acti-
vities chairmen of their respec-
tive organizations.

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JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Israel's
Cabinet decided to form a com-
mittee of Ministers to formulate
new regulations for the military
government in border areas popu-
lated by Arabs.
The debate on the issue was
launched at the Cabinet meeting
by Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion, speaking as Minister of
Defense, and there was general
agreement that some of the regu-
lations could be relaxed where
the country's security was not in
danger.
The committee, under the

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