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December 28, 1962 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-28

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THE DETRO IT JEWISH NEWS -- Fri day, Dece mber 2 8, 1962

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Beer Loses Appeal in Israel Spy Case

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Dr.
Israel Beer, who is serving a
15-year prison term for espio-
nage, lost a bid in the Israel
Supreme Court to have the spe-
cific charges against him made

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public by the Attorney General.
The hearing, like his trial and
his appeal hearing, was held
behind closed doors before Pre-
siding Justice Yitzhak Olshan
and Justice Moshe Landau.
Beer, who holds a commission
as Lieutenant Colonel in Israel's
Army reserve, told reporters
that there were four "versions"
on the case and that he wanted
the public to know the correct
one.
He said he would continue
his efforts for a hearing from
the Supreme Court with a dif-
ferent representation of jus-
tices. In announcing the rejec-
tion, Justice Landau noted that
it was not the Attorney General
but the court which decided on
whether hearings are to be held
behind closed doors.

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for Winnipeg-Inkster; and Mait-
land Steinkopf was elected for
Winnipeg-River Heights. This is
the first time the Manitoba
legislature will have three Jew-
WINNIPEG, (JTA) — Three ish members.
active Jewish communal leaders
were elected to the Manitoba
Provincial Assembly. Saul Cher-
ROCKY'S PIZZERIA
niack, a 45-year-old attorney
10517 W. 7 MILE RD.
and national vice-president of
BAR-B-Q RIBS, CHICKEN,
the Canadian Jewish Congress,
PIZZA, SPAGHETTI
was elected for Winnipeg - St.
OPEN 7 DAYS • WE DELIVER
Johns; Morris A. Gray, a vet-
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UN 4.8553
eran labor Zionist, was elected

3 Leaders of Jewish
Winnipeg Community
Elected to Assembly

FOOD AT ITS BEST .. .

BLOOD BANK rallies by men
and women of Metropolitan De-
troit Bnai Brith Council are set
for Monday, Jan. 28, at Pepper
School in Oak Park, and Tuesday,
Jan. 29, at Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue ... with donors of Knights
of Pythias, Detroit Lodge 55 also
participating . . . An additional
community service will be given
the second eve, with a chest X-
Ray unit on hand for blood don-
ors that night and the night be-
fore.

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LITTLE RONNIE GOLD, four-
year-old son of Frances and Nate
Gold, felt better after Frances
put some drops in his ear; but
refused to stop sobbing . . .
Aunt Nellie Hoffman asked why
he kept on crying if his earache
was better, and Ronnie whimp-
ered, "I'm waiting for d-daddy
to c-come home. He's never s-seen
me with an earache!"
*
*
SEEING SIGNS ... by former
Detroiter Sam Dictor . . driving
through Albuquerque, N.M. . . .
Don't smoke around the tank! If
your life isn't worth anything,
gasoline is!"

*

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FAVORITE GIGGLERS . . .
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Pharmacy . . . about the math
professor asking his college
class, "If there are 50 states in
the Unio n, and superheated
steam equals the distance from
Bombay to Paris, what is my
age?" . . . A freshman quickly
replied 44. . . . Told by the
professor that he was correct,
and how did he provA it, the
student answered, have a
brother who is 22 and he is only
half nuts!"
* *
FRED STOWERS is a drafts-
man by trade and livelihood,
but a talented musician by
hobby . . . He collects and plays
harmonicas, any shape, any size,
ranging from one inch to two
feet, or odd looking like an
oversized electric razor.

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in France for Jews
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WHERE TO DINE

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CLOSED SUNDAYS

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17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
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PARIS, (JTA)—Sixty repre-
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000 North African Jews who mi-
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