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September 14, 1962 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-14

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MAY 4, 1945 ... Who'da thunk if they fed him bread and water,
it .. the 265 pound behemouth he replied, "Bread! D'ya think
In the early reading of the
of the legal lions, Julius Green, they wanted me to gain weight?"
Bible in the Synagogue an inter-
was an incubator baby at birth!
Life is a game of give and
. . In fact, when making out
WALTHAM, Mass., (JTA)—A preter was used who interpret-
his birth certificate, the doctor take—with more takers than
$25,000 grant from the United ed every verse to the public.
When
Aramaic
became
the
ver-
said there wasn't enough of him givers.
States State Department will help
to even write about! ... But, oh,
underwrite a Brandeis University nacular of the Jewish people,
look at him, now!
program that is giving students the translations given by the
from seven American colleges interpreter changed from He-
MAY 18, 1945 . . . Pvt. Sol
a n d universities a firsthand brew to Aramaic. These trans-
Lewis, former ace window trim-
lations
came
to
be
known
as
knowledge of Israel.
mer on the haberdashery circuit
The federal grant was made the Targum, which actually
is in town . . . Lost 35 pounds
available in counterpart funds to means "interpretations." The
while a German prisoner 65 days
Targumin
were
really
more
the university's Jacob Hiatt In-
. . • and was forced to march
than
translations.
They
were
in-
stitute in Israel, inaugurated last
from camp to camp with a shat-
deed
interpretations.
The
oldest
year for the study of that coun-
tered knee . . . Had he fallen out
try's political, social and his- we have of these works is dated
of line, it would have meant
torical institutions. The Institute, to the second century and is in
death . . .• Sol hasn't lost all his
whose 1961 class consisted of 13 Aramaic. When the .office of in-
HE'S A TRUE blue Jewish humor. though . . . When a local
• BAR MITZVAHS
Brandeis students, was opened in terpreter was no longer used, young man, but his name belies lassie asked Sol, who stomach
• LUNCHEONS
Jerusalem this year to eligible the translations and interpre- it . . . Hilliard Kelley . . . In shrunk to the size of his palm,
• SHOWERS
junior students from all of the tations were still remembered fact, before some folks at Men-
• WEDDINGS, ETC.
nation's colleges and universities. and copied down and handed delson's in South Haven knew
The present class consists of 20 down to us, upon many occa- it, they were teaching him how
In Our Beautiful
students from various American sions, as we have them today.
-47r
to talk Yiddish . . . Kelley, as
Fountain Room, Your Home,
universities.
he likes to be called, and wife
Synagogue of Your Choice
LIBERMAN'S
Barbara were among the funsters
Dr. Sabin Honored
who whooped it up recently at
ESSES2Eil
THE SYMBOL OF
in Israel by JNF
the Lake Michigan resort . . .
OUR STRICTLY KOSHER
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Dr. Al- Ben Teitel, bossman at Mendel-
FINER FOODS .. .
HOUSE
RESTAURANT
bert Sabin, developer of the oral 1 son's, took Norman Singer, Mark
OF
OPEN
polio vaccine bearing his name, 1 1 Marcus, Kelley and Joe Steingold
FOR DINNERS AS USUAL
PANCAKES
told a gathering assembled for I on his 21-foot boat . . . Suddenly
SUN. THRU THURS.
RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN
the planting of a forest in his lit started to fill with water and
22 DELICIOUS
5 P.M. to 9 P.M.
• Breakfast • Lunch • Snacks
VARIETIES
honor that he was delighted to Kelley yelled, "Up periscope!"
• Fut! Course Dinners
learn that not a single case of . . . But no more worries now
CARRY-OUT Under 0.7 uTh e
Delicatessen & Restaurant
polio had been recorded in Israel . . . Ben has since taken some
• Buffet Party Trays •
during August.
SERVICE Ortio ot clo n x cii Ro abbis
more guests out and crashed the
13821 W. 9 MILE
f
• Gift Baskets •
Near Coolidge
The Forest, planted by the boat . . . Nobody hurt except
Free
LI 8-
Jewish National Fund in the for a few bruises . . . Kelley and
Parking
IN NORTHWOOD CENTER
Barbara are a terrific boating
United
States
Freedom
Forest,
WOODWARD at 13 MILE
will comprise 15,000 trees. A din- team with their own 27-footer
SMORGASBORD
and COOLIDGE
ner in Dr. Sabin's honor was at- on the Detroit River . . . But
BREAKFAST
Lou Horowitz, Your Host
tended by .Deputy Health Min- they made one mistake a couple
EVERY SUNDAY
Open 7 Days
I
I
9
_
553
5
of
weeks
ago

taking
our
wife
ister
Itzhak
Rafael,
scientists
and
to 10 p.m.
L-
members of the JNF directorate. Gerrie fishing for the first time
. . . She caught the biggest fish,
a Walleye, and nobody's heard
the end of it yet!
Cocktail
* * *
Lounge
SOUND ALIKES working to-
Dining Room
gether are Bernie Whiteman and
Coffee Shop
Sylvia Weitzman - . . . He is
Piano Bar
chairman for the men and she
is chairman for the women of
JAMES COUZENS AT GREENFIELD
the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Featuring:
Brith Blood Bank . . . New lodge
and chapter chairmen wish they
spelled their names the same to
• Motor Lodge - Restaurant • Finest of Foods Served
avoid confusion! . . . Over the
• Heated Swimming Pool
• Most Modern Facilities
past summer, Bnai Brith with-
• Spacious Docking Facilities
drew 275 pints of life-giving
Bernie Patrona
Entertaining Nightly
blood, which is to be replaced
(except Sunday)
and his Orchestra
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
by donors, Sept. 17, at the Pep-
Featuring: Vocalist JAN WYNN of WJR Radio
per School in Oak Park, and
BOWLERS • =COME DRESSED AS -- Y_OVatEttg
Sept. 18 at the Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue . . A Red Cross mobile
unit will be on hand both eves
Approx. One Hour's Drive from Detroit
BANQUET MURAL ROOM AVAILABLE FOR
from 6 to 11 p.m.
*
*
*
For Information, FAirview 9-2236
PRIVATE PARTIES, ACCOMMODATING UP
TOM BORMAN again showed
ON THE RIVER ROAD M29 between Marysville and St. Clair
TO 125 GUESTS.
BRoadway 2-0644
his big generosity when he pur-
chased a block of tickets and
Ample Free
HARRY BOESKY
gave them as a gift to the people
Parking
Your Host
in the Jewish Home for the
Aged, so they could attend the
40 ENTRANCE
concert arranged by the Women
G.R NF
Fine American and Italian Food
of Bar-Ilan University, Sept. 23,
Open daily 11:30 a.m. - 1 a.m.

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CLOSED SUNDAYS
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SPEAKING on juvenile delin-
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Detroit Lodge 55, Circuit
Eat 'Em in Your Car ias,
the
World's
Finest
Steaks.
Chops
and
Sea
Foods
for
Judge Nathan Kaufrrian told the
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
CHOP HOUSE
large
gathering,
"I
am
no
expert.
Or
I have only one child. An expert
CHOICE
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FACILITIES
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has no children.". . . He told
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
about his mother and father not
l00% PURE BEEF HAMBURGER
Parking Facilities .
15c
• Carry-Out Service
being able to read or write Eng-
CREAMY CHEESEBURGER
19c
lish, which made them bring up 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
MELTED CHEESE SANDWICH
19c
Nate and brother Wolfe by just
HOT FISH SANDWICH
29c
plain common sense . . . Nate CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR 2-8800
HOT DOG (ALL MEAT)
22c
told of the little boy wall wing Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
CRISPY FRENCH FRIES
in mud when a woman came
10c
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
over and asked if his parents Music by Muzak
CRISPY ONION RINGS
25c
knew
what
he
was
doing
and
FISH BOAT
58c
OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.—Sat. to 2 a.m.
how dirty he had gotten . . .
• Breakfasts • Lunches •Dinners • Sandwiches
SHRIMP BOAT
72c
The kid looked up and said, DELICATESSEN and
Complete Carry-Out Service
COKE
10c 15c
"Mama, don't you know me?"
TRAY CATERERS
25290 Greenfield, N. of 10 Mi. Rd. LI 7 4533
ORANGE
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 14, 1962

State Dept. Awards
Grant for Brandeis U.
Project in Israel

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