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May 17, 1963 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-17

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Editors Establish Press Council in Israel

I

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The Press Council, established by
founding meeting of the Israel the Editors Committee, the Is-
rael Journalists Association and
the Newspaper Publishers Coun-
RENT A PONY
cil, elected Zeev Sharef as its
FOR CHILDREN'S PARTIES
first president. Sharef, who held
Lots of Fun For Everyone We
the post of secretary of the cabi-
bring it to your home under
net for 10 years since the State
competent supervision
was established, also served as
EL 7-2126
Civil Service Commissioner and
Director of State Revenues.
The purpose of the new or-


ganization is to maintain the
Dinner at DARBY'S
level of Israeli journalism, en-
Is a real treat
sure adherence by newsmen to
a professional code, and safe-
• Visit Our New
guard the freedom of the press.

"wenwo smoamnirmwo4w.o.wrown.o.amo

Chicken Farmer Who
Held Slaves Was
Not a Rabbi in U.S.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

The Jewish Statistical Bureau,
has advised publications that
David I. Shackney, convicted in
Hartford under an old slave
prohibition law for holding
Mexican tenant farmers against
their will, is not listed in the
registry of American rabbis.
The story of Shackney's con-
viction appeared in a recent
issue of The Jewish News under
the heading "Hartford Rabbi

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• AFTER
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Snacks . . . a f
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LUNCHEON
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One against many—the many . . . 40th birthday celebration
rule.—Yebamoth 40.
by Daylight Lodge No. 525, F
& . . . Sunday . . . at Elm-
wood . . . The "entertainers
when you plan your wedding or
bar mitzvah party thank your
and entertainment lodge" of the
lucky stars for living in a coun-
masonic order is set for a gala
try where you can call the pho-
tographer of your choice at—LI
shindig . . . For reservations
2-7874.
call chairman Harry Hochman
HOWARD H. TRIEST
evenings, UN 9-1577, or co-
MOTION PICTURES
chairman Iry Moss, S.D., during
the day.

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DAY CAMP FOR BOYS AND GIRLS

AGES 4 - 10

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19350 GREENFIELD

A small and informal Day Camp designed to meet the
- needs of individual children.

Sports • Arts & Crafts • Music
Swimming • Trips of Unusual Interest

CALL VE 8-7440

CAMP DIRECTOR: ELLIOT BURNS

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Are you eager to get out in the sun
and erase the memory of the long
cold winter? Take advantage of this
Memorial Day week end special at

BEAUTIFUL LEWISTON LODGE
Arrive on Thursday, May
30
and stay through Sun-
day, June 2nd. Stay either

in the Main Lodge, an in-
dividual Rustic Cabin or in
our Redwood Motel Units.

per person

including all
meals (And they
are superb)

Golf on the
CALL OR WRITE:
most beauti-
ful semi-private
golf course in
LEWISTON, MICHIGAN
STate 6-2452
Michigan.

LEWISTON LODGE

... give you
the same benefits as
vigorous exercise while you relax in
solid comfort. Stimulates circulation and gives
you sparkling new beauty. Tensions fade away and
pains are soothed. Treat yourself to a Sauna hot air bath
and, at the same time, join in the fun at The Whitcomb!

• World-Famous Sulphur Baths
• Free Movies Nightly • Nationally Famous Food
• Free Floor Show on Weekends.
.• Dancing-2 Orchestras

.• Free Sun Tan Solarium
FREE OVERNIGHT PARKING

ALL THIS and MORE
,a day, per person double
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occupancy European
Plan

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(Serving for 2)

AVAILABLE NOW AT GROCERS

For Information Call: McINERNEY'S-MILLER BROS. TE 3-4800

COMPLETE
CARRY-OUT DINNERS-

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THE LAST Bnai Brith Blood
Bank Rally of the season is set
for May 20 at Pepper School in
Oak Park, and May 21 at Beth
Aaron Synagogue . . It is
especially urgent to contribute
to this final rally because fig-
ures show that three times as
much blood is used during the
summer months than the en-
tire year . . . Accidents and
vacation-time operations put a
big strain on the blood bank at
a time when no donors are
available . . . Give! . . . It is
possible you may receive! . . .
Don't forget those dates . . .
May 20 and May 21 for the sea-
son's last Bnai Brith Blood
Rally.

Delivered

To Your

Ribs

story of man ...111:4 erotic
and strange compulAonA
as revealed in Madam
Irma's "house" of illu;4ion

Where men li•.e their wildest dreams

children under 18 years of

age will not be admitted
under any circumstances,

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Phone 537-7880

JERRY GURWIN'S 60-coated
'57 "Vet" is probably the most
talked-about car in Michigan
today . . . Name the trophy —
it has one! . . As for styling,
the car is designed for tomor-
row's look with a vast touch
of foreign -ingenuity . . . Now
Jerry is adding even more . . .
a new motor, with enough
horsepower to make the car
hit 180 m.p.h. in races he'll be
entering . . . On a nice day, you
can see Jerry's candy-apple red
Corvette parked in front of his
auto body shop on Wyoming
near Eight Mile Rd.

10517 W. 7 MILE RD.
CHICKEN,
PIZZA, SPAGHETTI

HOTEL
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Fish
Frog Legs

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SULPHUR SPRINGS

Chicken

Shrimp

The

ROCKY'S PIZZERIA

3 hours from DETROIT
via Golden Belt Expwy.
(Route 94)

For Reservations or
Information write, or
call, Hotel, St. Joseph,

A UNIQUE and wonderful
trio of occasions are the anni-
versary celebrations of three
community brothers whose mar-
riages each are past the 50
mark . . Sam and Bessie
ShewitZ are the "babies" .. .
They only just reached the
golden mark, April 18 . . .
Mitchell and Sophie Shaw will
honor 58 years of marital bliss
on June 12, and Abram and
Flora Shewitz are looking to
Sept. 1 for the commemoration
of 62 beautiful years together
. . Sam is 72 years old, Mit-
chell, 88 and Abram, 90.

Found Guilty As Slave Holder."
While not a practicing rabbi in
the United States, Shackney
documented his ordination as a
rabbi, in Poland, for the pre-
siding judge in the case. Shack-
ney is a chicken farmer in a
suburb of Hartford, Conn.

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Southern Fried

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Lake

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5 blocks N. of Vernor

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2;30 a.m. till Dawn

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