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May 10, 1963 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-10

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

KIAMESHA LAKE, N. Y. —
Bnai Brith Tuesday .called for
a "clear and firm" policy state-
ment by the United States that
it will not tolerate aggression
in the Middle East.
"American policy can be as
persuasive a factor in Middle
East developments as President
Nasser's Pan-Arabism" Label A.
Katz of New Orleans, president
of B. B., stated.
,"A declaration by Washington
that our government _will not
countenance acts or designs of
aggression against the sover-
eignty of middle east nations
can be a strong deterrent to the
rising threat • of armed conflict
there," he declared.
Mr. Katz also urged that the
United States, "in our own in-
terests and in the interests of
international peace," do every-
thing necessary to assist Israel
to maintain a strong defensive
military posture.
"There should be no need to
belabor the obvious that Israel
is wholly committed to the west
and that its military strength
has thus far been the single,
most effective deterrent to ag-
gression," the Bnai Brith leader
said.
He addressed 1,800 persons at
the annual convention of Bnai
Brith District 3, a regional com-
ponent of the organization
covering New Jersey, Pennsyl-
vania, Dealware and West Vir-
ginia.

M.E. is Aim of U.S.
Danny Raskin's Stabilized
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
there were some West Germans

working on the United Arab
Republic rocket program, he
added that "There is no evi-
dence that any West Germans
are working on nuclear, radio-
logical or biological weapons.
Parenthetically, we have not
been able to identify any prom-
inent Nazis involved in any of
the foregoing activities."

THE . DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, May 10, 1963

LONDON, (JTA) — Britain
and the United States have
asked U Thant, Secretary Gen-
eral of the United Nations, to
strengthen the United Nations
diplomatic "presence" in Jor-
dan to deal with "the threaten-
ing "Middle East crisis," the
Sunday Observer reported. _Ac-
cording to the newspaper, John
Spinelli, head of the European
office of the UN, was to have
left Wednesday from his head-
quarters in Geneva, to Amman,
to deal with the situation. Of-
ficially, Spinelli is the UN of-
ficial who embodies the United
Nations "present" in Jordan.
(In Washington, officials de-
nied that Egypt had been
"warned" against intervening in
Jordan. They said the State
Department sought the assess-
ment and views of both Israel
and Egypt on intentions in con-
nection with Jordan. The U.S.
Sixth Fleet alert and the ready
status of some British forces in
the Eastern Mediterranean was
not necessarily directed against
Egypt but pertained to the de-
fense of Jordan against outside
aggression from any quarter,
the officials indicated.)

Bnai Brith Calls for
`Clean' M.E. Policy

25

UN Representative
Flies to Jordan
to Study Action

LISTENING

to The Jewish News)
WASHINGTON—A top

offi-
cial of the defense department
said Tuesday that "Both the De-
partment of State and the De-
partment of Defense are con-
scious of the need to stabilize
conditions in the Middle East
area, particularly with refer-
ence to Israel and its neighbor-
ing Arab states."
The statement was made in a
letter to Rep. Samuel S. Strat-
ton, New York Democrat, by
Frank K. Sloan, Deputy Assist-
ant Secretary of Defense, on be-
half of Defense Secretary
Robert McNamara. Sloan added
that the United States held the
view that "the introduction of
weapons of mass destruction
and sophisticated offensive wea-
pons into the Middle East is
inimical to our interests, as well
as to those of the countries im-
mediately concerned."
He also declared that the re-
cent decision to make the hawk
ground-to-air missile available
to Israel to broaden its capa-
bility "For defense against
manned aircraft demonstrates
our Government's resolve to
maintain a power equilibrium
in the area."
While the official said that

N.Y. Federation Gets
$1 Million for Aged

NEW YORK, (JTA)—A grant
of $1,000,000 has been made
to the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies here, for the
establishment of a committee
to coordinate services for the
aged, Dr. Maurice B. Hexter,
executive vice-president of the
Federation, announced.
The grant was made by Je-
rome E. Malino and Monroe
Goldwater, exeutors of the Hen-
rietta and Stuart Hirshman.
Foundation.

IT'S KNOWN AS "The enter-
tainers and entertainment lodge"
in the masonic order . . . and
Daylight No. 525, F. & A. M.,
carries a wonderful history as
it plans to celebrate birthday
number 40, May 19, at Elmwood
Casino .. Men like Sam Ben-
avie, Win. "Bud" Abbott of Ab-
bott & Costello fame, Eduard
Werner, Al Tucker, Jack Ben-
ny's man on TV with the talking
violin, known as "The Gentle-
man From Nowhere," and other
show biz notables are Daylight
members . . . It is the only
lodge in Detroit Masonry with
14355 LIVERNOIS
as many as 10 men in the "Mil-
Near Oakman
lion Dollar Shrine Band" . . .
Complete
BUSINESS MEN'S$ 35
The lodge's degree team, cap-
1
LUNCHEONS
tained by APB police officer
Complete
Paul Lebowitz, is a sight of en-
DINNERS
WHEN YOU PICK A COCKTAIL
tertainment personified . . .
Dancing to the Music of
Charter member Art "Pop"
Dick Conti
Clamage, who passed away re-
CLOSED SUNDAYS
ROCKY'S PIZZERIA
cently, is attributed with giving
r-ROOM
AVAILABLE FOR —1
10517 W. 7 MILE RD.
I THAT SPECIAL PARTY
show business starts to Phil
UNITED BRANDS • DETROIT, U. S. A. • 42 PROOF
BAR-B-Q RIBS, CHICKEN,
Reservations: TE 4.5111
Silvers, Ann Corio, Mickey Roo-
PIZZA, SPAGHETTI
ney, Bert Lahr, Gypsy Rose Lee,
The Messiah shall not come Bobby Clark Abbott and Cos-
OPEN 7 DAYS • WE DELIVER
UN 4.8553
864-9784 until the last penny will vanish tello and Jack Pearl . . . Mem-
from the purse.—Sanhedrin 97
bers who- go back to the begin-
ning of Daylight Lodge in 1923,
can well remember when the
brothers would meet at 7 a.m.
for bagels and lox . . . then go
to the old Masonic Temple on
Prepared by Internationally Famous
Lafayette and open lodge at 10
a.m. . . . Daylight's 40th birth-
day party is scheduled to be a
RESTAURANT, 4222 Second
gala shindig . . . Reservations•
are going fast toward a com-
LOBSTER THERMIDOR CHICKEN CACCIATORA
OPEN DAILY 7 A.M. TO 1 A.M,
plete sellout ... Chairman Har-
CANNELLONI
SATURDAY TO 2 A.M.
ry
Hochman
can
be
contacted
BONELESS BREAST OF CHICKEN POULETTE
in
the
evening,
BR
3-1731
.
.
(Serving for 2)
or co-chairman Irwin Moss, J.W.
AVAILABLE NOW AT GROCERS
during the day, UN 9-1577 . . .
For Information Call: McINERNEY'S-MILLER BROS. WO 1.1113
Phil Wiener is worshipful mas-
ter of Daylight Lodge, with Paul
Lebowitz pridefully popping his
buttons as next year's man with
the top hat.
INSURANCE GENT PHIL
KRAMER noticed a sour-faced
Including: French Fries, Cole $
GRAND BLVD. AT SECOND
man at a bar, drinking ginger
Slaw,
Hot Roll and Honey, Cof-
Across From Fisher Theatre
ale . . . "Hey, what's with the
fee,
Reg.
on our Menu $1.75.
ginger ale tonight?" asked the
• Superb Dinners •Fine Liquors
bartender. "You usually drink
*D'eliahtful After Theatre Snacks
Phone: 356-9432
15600 W. 10 MILE RD.
bourbon." . . . "Not tonight,"
mumbled the man. "I never
• TONY RUSSEL at the piano
NEW ORLEANS MALL
drink when I'm driving." . .
Then, as an afterthought, he
Ample Facilities for
muttered, "I drink only when
Bar Mitzvahs, Private Parties,
my wife is driving."
Receptions, Etc.
HYMAN A. LEWIS of the
Closed Sundays, but available
Lewis Hynosis Training Center
- for all social functions, Call
Fine American and Italian Food
on W. 8 Mile Rd., greets the
Open daily 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m.
Henry Warshaw
TR 3-4077
warm
-weather
with
the
one
CLOSED SUNDAYS
Your Host
COCKTAIL
BAR
about a friend entering a res-
Banquet room available
TO 9-3988
taurant in New Jersey last year,
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
that was literally filled with
flies . . . He complained, "I
Free Parking.
TE 3.0700
3020 GRAND RIVER.
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
don't like all these flies in
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
here!" . . . "Yes sir," beamed a
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
waiter. "Just point out the ones CHOP HOUSE
you don't like, and I'll evict
CHOICE LIQUORS
them!"
MARIA-'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
MR. AND MRS. GROUP 282
Known from Coast to Coast
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
of the City of Hope is going
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
35 YEARS SERVING THE BEST IN
all out in efforts to make its
"A Night at Las Vegas" really 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
something to remember ... The
fine group's "millionaire party" CLAM SHOP and BAR .
TR 2-8800
is slated for May 19, at the Sho-
Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
lem Aleichem Institute on Green-
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
field. . . Although the Mr. and Music by Muzak
Mrs. Group is small (limited to
OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.--Sat. to 2 a.m.
12 couples), it has been able to
• Breakfasts • Lunches •Dinners • Sandwiches
raise an average of $5,000 a
Complete Carry-Out Service
year with all proceeds going to DELICATESSEN and
ADDED ATTRACTION
TRAY CATERERS 25290 Greenfield, N. of 10 Mi. Rd. LI 7-4533
the City of Hope Hospital in
Duarte, Calif.
Party Banquet Rooms
"a bit of merrie aide England"
SERVING LUNCHEONS
1,000 Jews in Surinam
For All Occasions
YE OLDE ROUND TABLE
and DINNERS
Surinam
(Dutch
Guiana),
the
SUNDAY thru THURS., 11 A.M.-9 P.M.
19464 LIVERNOIS
OPEN 7 DAYS
FRIDAY
and
SAT.,
11 A.M. - 1 A.M.
No. of Outer Drive
oldest permanent Jewish settle-
ment
in
the
Western
Hemi-
BR 2-0644
20231 JAMES COUZENS
sphere, was first settled by
Within Walking Distance of Northland
Jews from Holland and Italy in
Live Lobsters, Steaks and Chops
FREE PARKING
1639. There are today some
AT GREENFIELD
For Reservations: 834-2855
1,000 Jews in Surinam.
13311 GRAND RIVER, 2 blks• E. of Schaefer

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DINNERS 5 fo 10 p.m. - BREAKFAST 1 a.m.
LUNCH 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
AFTER THEATRE SPECIALTIES
COCKTAIL LOUNGE .. • .. PIANO BAR

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