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April 05, 1963 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-05

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Detroi t Country Club Prejudice Is Newman-Sofferin
Topic for Newsweek Magazine Story Rites Solemnized

The ghettoization of both Gen- other three are monolithically
tiles and Jews in their leisure Jewish.
The Bnai Brith Anti-Defama-
activities, with greater Detroit tion League has a name for it:
as the example, is the subject of "the institutionalization of prej-
an article in the March 25 issue udice."
The "comfy sentiments"
. of Newsweek Magazine.
Specifically, points out News- quoted in the article of one
wek, 27 of Detroit's 30 golf clubs country club manager are: "Jews
don't make application at our
are solidly Christian while the clubs and we don't apply at
theirs. A person must be pro-
■1•■
posed by a member, and you
just don't find members who
would take it upon themselves
FOR PASSOVER
to change a custom that's been
with us for years and years.' "
Available in
The statement, says News-
week, points up that "no gentle-
a Variety of
men's agreement is so unspoken
Flavors.
yet so blatant as the one that
divides the country club set."

The magazine reports that an
ADL survey found that 72 per
Famous for
cent of 803 country clubs con-
QUALITY and
tacted practiced obvious reli-
KASH RUTH
gious discrimination, being
wholly restricted or admitting
only a few "window dressing"
Available at
members from across the line.
Your
Newsweek continued that all-
Favorite Market
Jewish clubs were organized "as
countermeasures but just as rig-
■0■


idly promoting what the ADL
MICHIGAN DISTRIBUTOR:
calls 'the institutionalizatiOn of
prejudice.' "
National Whdesale
Asserts Newsweek: "Protected
Grocers Co.
by the unassailable 'right of priv-
For Information: TR 1-006 acy,' half-felt distinctions may
grow and toughen into hardened
Out-of-Town Orders
bigotry.

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Hebrew University Forms Loan Fund

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Presi-
dent Ben-Zvi was re-elected hon-
orary president of the Hebrew
University and Supreme Court
Justice .Haim Cohen as chairman
of the executive council in final

Happy Passover to Our Customers

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REOPEN WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17th.
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AT 6:44 P.M., CLOSED SATURDAY, OPEN SUNDAY

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Closed Tues. and Wed.,
April 9 and 10
Open Thur., April 11
Open Sun., April 14
Closed Mon. and Tues.,
April 15 and 16

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proceedings of the Board of Gov-
ernors' regular meeting. Several
new governors also were elected.
The board approved establish-
ment of a $250,000 student loan
fund.

KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET

PLEASE NOTE:
WE WILL CLOSE SUNDAY, APRIL 3 at 6 P.M.
MONDAY, APRIL 4 at 2 P.M.

WE DELIVER
CALL

MRS. HARRY NEWMAN, JR.

Susan S. Sofferin was wed to
Harry L. Newman, Jr., in a cere-
mony performed April 4 by Rab-
bi Richard C. Hertz at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Sofferin of Wilde-
mere Ave.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Newman
of Franklin.
The bride wore an imported
gown of ivory silk peau de soie,
a Juliet cap of heirloom lace and
carried a white orchid on her
confirmation Bible.
Wendy Newman, sister of the
bridegroom, was maid of honor.
Allen M. Kurzman was best man.
The newlyweds departed for
a honeymood in Hollywood, Fla.
They will reside on Farnum
Ave., Royal Oak, upon their re-
turn.

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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

ow PREPARING

STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER

Our Own Homemade:

Chicken Soup • Chopper Liver • Matzo Balls
Gefilte Fish • Beet Russell • Horseradish
Dill Pickles • Roast Chicken

Farfel & Potato Kugel and More
Specially Prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Grunt
Please Order Early and Avoid Disappointment!

UN 1-9645 WE DELIVER

Manischewitz Co.
Inspection Controls
High Quality of Fish

The B. Manischewitz Company,
world's largest manufacturer of
Kosher Foods, which recently ac-
quired a half interest in North-
land Fisheries of Winnipeg,
Manitoba, Canada, announced
Northland voluntary acceptance
of the rigid inspection controls
of the Canadian Government
Specifications Board on all of
the fish processed in its plant
situated directly at the source
of the fish in the "God's Lake"
area of Northeastern Manitoba,
often referred to as "Fisher-
man's Paradise."
These voluntary inspection
controls are exclusive with this
company.
This inspection service re-
quires the constant attendance
of a Canadian government of-
ficial whose duty it is to inspect
all fish received in the plant
and to see that the plant facili-
ties and personnel live up to
the rigid requirements of the
Canadian Government Specifica-
tions Board.
Bernard Manischewitz, presi-
dent of the 75-year-old Mani-
schewitz Company stated, "this
will further insure at the source
the high quality of the fish used
in the manufacturing of Mani-
schewitz Gefilte Fish."
Manischewitz said the company
made an intensive survey of the
sources of fish used in gefilte
fish and found the God's Lake
area to produce fish of superior
quality. The fish are cleaned and
filleted at God's Lake and flown
out for shipment to the Manische-
witz plant in Vineland, N. J.,
Where they are processed into
gefilte fish.

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FEATURING THE FINEST SELECTION OF SMOKED FISH

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Ready To Cook
Koshered Poultry
Is Guaranteed Kosher For Passover
By . The
Union Of Orthodox Rabbinical Council.
Kosh-R-Best also under the supervision of the
Vaad Harabonim of Detroit
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Butchers and Super Markets



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