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February 08, 1963 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-08

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PISTONS

Deputies, opposed the requests,
pointing out that teaching of
the fundamentals of the Chris-
tian faith or of any sectarian
creed, or affirmation of any
dogmatic religious belief in the
public schools, contravened the
Public Instruction Act.
Ruling on this controversy,
Wetherell declared: "Scripture
stories will be continued in the
primary schools. But, as to the
question of belief, pupils will
be referred to parents or min-
isters of religion. Greater stress
will be laid on general prin-
ciples of good conduct, moral
lessons and the lives of great
men of history, who will be
treated for their inspirational,
educational values, but without
involving the teachers in any
opinion on the truth of spir-
itual beliefs. Teachers are ex-
pected to let children know that
many religions differ from each
other. But teachers must help
to create and develop in public
the spirit of tolerance."

Brazil Signs Pact
for Aid from Israel

TONIGHT!

"COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP
NIGHT"

(Cosponsored by the Jewish News)

PISTONS vs. Syracuse NATS

8:30 P.M.

Tuesday, Feb. 12th

N.B.A. DOUBLEHEADER

Pistons vs. Warriors
9:15 P.M.

RIO DE JANEIRO, (JTA)-
Brazil and Israel signed a sup-
plementary agreement for tech-
nical and economic assistance
to be given by Israel, increas-
ing Israel's aid in the under-
developed areas of Northeast
Brazil. The pact was signed on
behalf of Brazil by Foreign
Minister Hermes Lima and for
Israel by Ambassador Arieh
Eshel.

"Brotherhood is no laughing
matter."—Bob Hope

Boston vs. Los Angeles
7:15 P.M.

Saturday, Feb. 16th

OSCAR ROBERTSON and
the Cincinnati ROYALS

8:30 P.M.

Res. Seats
$2 to $4

SAT., FEB. 9
8:20 P.:4.

MASONIC
AUDITORIUM

Genl. Adm.
$1.00

BERNSTEIN
AT ATTHE TH E'l
it
-GALA .

VLR
• ON BROADWAY

The Music of Leonard Bernstein

Box Office OpeaAM-6 PM

COBO ARENA

$1.65, $2.20, $2.75, $3.30, $3,85

Downtown Grinnell's and Masonic
Temple

Foot of Washington Blvd.

Phone 962-2628

MASONIC AUDITORIUM—FRI., FEB. 15-8:20 P.M.

Pittsburgh Symphony

Conducted by William Steinberg

HAYDN—Symphony No. 98; WEBERN—Symphony, Opus 21
BEETHOVEN—Symphony No. 8; WAGNER—"Meistersinger"
$1.65, $2.20, $3.30, $4.40 at Dntn. Grinnell's and Masonic Temple. Mail

orders to Masonic Aud., 500 Temple. Encl. self-add., stamped env.

TELENAEW5

WOODWARD a+ GRA.CIRCUS PK

Now Showing!
SHOCKING HISTORY
OF COMMUNISM!

LISTENING

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

WASHINGTON — Democratic
Congressman Leonard Farbstein
of New York asked the House of
Representatives Tuesday to sup-
port a call through the UNI Na-
tions for direct peace negotia-
tions between Israel and the
Arab states.
"With the withdrawal by . the
African and Asian countries of

Phoenix Jewish News

the recent resolution requesting
direct peace negotiations be-
tween Israel and the Arab states
there is no positive and forward
looking proceeding before the
UNI Nations calling for peace in
the area," the New York law-
maker, a member of the House
Foreign Affairs Committee, said
in introducing his resolution.
Farbstein's appeal would put
the Hoilse on record as "advis-
ing" the U. S. delegation to the
UNI Nations that it favors the
introduction of a similar resolu-
tions in the world organization.

LAUGHTER WILL be a pre- Judged iExcellent'
dominant part of the day's
TUCSON, Ariz., (JTA)—The
agenda when funny man Mickey Phoenix Jewish News was given
Sharp entertains the gals of the Arizona Newspaper Associa-
Youth Education League at itS tion's first-place award in the
culmination luncheon, Feb. 13, special publication category of
at Latin Quarter . . . Not to be the organization's Better News-
laughed at, though, are sophis- paper. contest for 1962. The
ticated songstress Linda Merrill plaque given the Jewish weekly
and the rhythmic backing of of phoenix cited the publication
Hal Gordon's band . . . YEL for "general excellence." The
was founded almost 30 years association made the award at
ago and is well noted for its the conclusion of its 23rd annual
aid to children of indigent fam- convention here..
ilies, cerebral palsy and men-
tally-retarded youngsters and all
"Our inescapable choice is
types of emergency relief cases Brotherhood or chaos."—Frank-
that come to them through the lin D. Roosevelt
Jewish Family and Children
Service Bureau among other
agencies . . . It also gives schol-
ROCKY'S PIZZERIA
arships to worthy students who
10517 W. 7 MILE RD.
otherwise could not continue
B Q RIBS, CHICKEN,
BAR
their education, and as a mem-
PIZZA, SPAGHETTI
ber of the Co-Operative Coun-
OPEN 7 DAYS • WE DELIVER
cil of the League of Jewish
864-9784
UN 4-8553
Have you got it straight that'
Women, these wonderful girls
ours is THE place for good
confer with member groups of
food ! !
the council so they can give
the best assistance possible .. .
Private
Evelyn Munson is president of
Banquet Rooms
Youth Education League, as-
Seating from 10 to 300. We
sisted by Ceil Babcock, fund-
are equipped to handle large
raising chairman, Sylvia Hu-
parties, any time, fast and
bert, program chairman and
efficiently.
Edna Mandell, ticket chairman
Dancing Nitely
who is the gal to call for tickets
No Extra Charge
at UN 4-7626.
• DINNERS
* * *
• LUNCHEON
SUNDAY FAMILY DINNERS
22040 W.7 MILE/ Heat- LOSER
HUGE TROPHY makes Jerry
KE- 4-9528
Gurwin's 60-coated candy apple
KENWOOD
I1635GREENFIELD,Afeat-PaisfOUTW
red 1957 Corvette the pride of
Restaurant & Lounge
VE - 5 - 9758 ,4n/PlE PARk/Na-
motordom around these parts
5 Mile & Telegraph KE 7-7377
5167- SER11/CE • NOT/PP/N6-
as it took first place with ease
in the recent Autorama at Cobo
Hall . . . Its beautiful clean
lines have been further en-
COMPLETE
hanced by "a nose job" that
CARRY-OUT DINNERS Chicken
has it restyled with an interna-
tional concept.
Shrimp
The
* * *
Fis h
TRADING STAMPS are still
urgently needed by the Asso-
Frog Legs
ciation of Parents and Friends
Delivery
Dinners • ree Delive
Co
KonIpleLeSs
Bar-B-Q
of the Wayne County Trairiing
School, out to get the young-
Ribs
18401 West 7 Mile Rd.
sters a new bus . . . It will cost
approximately $5,800 and up to
Phone 537-7880 .
now there's about $4,800 in,
which means roughly another
700 books, since the group does
not pay the full cost value on
the stamps . . . The children
at the Wayne County Training
School really need a new bus
Fine American and Italian Food
. . . The two old ones it has
Open daily 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m.
are ready for the junk heap .. .
CLOSED SUNDAYS
It is interesting to note that
COCKTAIL BAR
Banquet room available
stamps have been coming in
17632 WOODWARD
North of 6 Mile
TO 9 3988
from Canada, Hawaii and Korea
. . . Mail yours to the associa-
Free Parking.
TE 3-0700
3020 GRAND RIVER.
tion on 13114 Puritan or call
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
the
World's
Finest
Steaks.
Chops
and
Sea
Foods
for
UN 4-0161 and arrange for a
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
CHOP HOUSE
pick-up.
* * *
CHOICE LIQUORS
HOW MUCH TIME do you MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
spend cleaning your teeth? • . .
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
Devote 'just five minutes to that
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
task immediately after every
meal and the chances are you'll 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
seldom need a dentist . . . "Put
TR 2-8800
it this way," Dr. Abe Pearlman CLAM SHOP and BAR
says, "The blood circulating in Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
your gums is like trains coming Music by Muzak
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
into Grand Central Terminal
OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.—Sat. to 2 a.m.
The old trains must be shunted
• Breakfasts • Lunches • Dinners • Sandwiches
back to the yards so that new
Complete Carry-Out Service
trains can come in. And the DELICATESSEN and
25290 Greenfield, N. of 10 Mi. Rd. LI 7 4533
old blood has to be massaged
TRAY CATERERS
out of the gums so that fresh
"a bit of merrie olde England"
blood can circulate there. Isn't
SERVING LUNCHEONS
Ye Olde Round Table
that clear?". . . We told him he
and DINNERS
SUNDAY
thru THURS., 11 A.M. -9 P.M.
19464
LIVERNOIS
ought to write a book . . . "Good
FRIDAY and SAT., 11 A.M. - 1 A.M.
No. of Outer Drive
idea as soon as I get some time,"
Entirely Different! Unique!
remarked Abe. "I'll call it, The
Beautiful!
Yanks Are Coming.' "
Exquisite Cocktail Lounges

#4 0 81 . 41

-

-

Broaster House

Sh

WHERE TO DINE

I
SHO CKING
UNCENSORE

Paradiso Cafe



.

-

CARL'S

MOTHER SHERMAN PRESENTS

"My Son, The Folk Singer"

allan -Sherman

IN PERSON

-

With Orchestra, Chorus and

Surprise Guests???

Saturday, Feb. 16-8:15

JOEY'S

p.m.

FORD AUDITORIUM

Tickets at Grinnell's (Downtown), Marwil's Northland,
Music World, 5017 Woodward, $2.50, $3.50, $4.50

INDIGO LOUNGE

The state provides about only
one-third of the University of
Michigan's income for operation.

15435 W. 7 Mile
Tel. 273-9775

Your Party Is Bound
To Be A Success!!!

Finest Liquors and Food
PRICES MODERATE
Entertainment 9 to 2 a.m.
Dancing Friday anclSaturday

JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, February 8, 1963

SYDNEY, (JTA)—New South
Wales Minister of Education
Ernest Wetherell ruled that
there will be no class instruc-
tion in religion in the state's
elementary schools during the
academic year of 1963. He ruled
also against extension of
"Christian dogmatic instruc-
tion" into the high schools.
The demands for retention
of the present religious instruc-
tion in the elementary schools,
and for extension of that type
of classroom education to the
high schools had been made by
the Most Rev. Hugh Rowlands
Gough, Anglican Archbishop of
Sydney, Primate of the Church
of England in Australia, as
well as by the Council for
Christian Education.
Various groups, including
this state's Board of Jewish

Danny Raskin's Rep. Farbstein Asks House to Call
for Arab-Israel Talks Through UN

25 THE DETROIT

Religious Instruction Eliminated from Public
Schools in Australia by Education Minister

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