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July 12, 1963 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-12

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Pro-ArttbPolittiettlActions Danny Raskin' s Leaflets Proclaiming Rise of Nazis
Sent by London Fascists to Munich
Body _Formed in Capitol

Arabs.
Prof. William Ernest Hock-
ing, chairman of the new organ-
ization, stated "This new com-
mittee is frankly and openly a
polticial action committee. It is
to be called "The Citizens Com-
mittee. on American Policy in
the Near East." The identity of
its organizers indicated a heavy-
sprinkling of pro-Arab pressure
groups of previous y e a r s and
the so-called "American
Friends of the Middle East"
as well as American diplomats
who leaned toward the Arabs.

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A
new "political action commit-
tee" devoted to the Arab cause
was launched in Washington
with the announced objective
of blocking security arrange-
ments involving America and
Israel and ensuring continued
flow of U.S. assistance to the

12719 Gratiot

6:147troit
So. OpTrii.'

THE DETROIT JEWISH

GUILD

Phone: 371-4575

HELD OVER
Tonight and Saturday Night
Only

Kenya's Jewish Settlement

the Great Comedienne
Star of the Broadway
Smash "Milk
and Honey"

The Jewish community of
Kenya, which dates back to the
turn of the century, today num-
bers some 1,000 persons. The
Jewish settlement got its initial
impetus in 1903 when the Brit-
ish government offered a por-
tion of the territory to the
Zionist Organization for Jewish
settlement. The offer was never
ALSO: "A accepted.

9

BRIVELE DER
MAMEN"

ROCKY'S PIZZERIA

10517 W. 7 MILE RD.

BAR-B-Q RIBS, CHICKEN,
PIZZA, SPAGHETTI

OPEN 7 DAYS •• WE DELIVER

Yiddish-English Titles

864-9784

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
The Jewish News)

MUNICH—Leaflets proclaim-
ing the r e v iv al of the Nazi
Party were found pasted Tues-
day on shopwindows and walls
and pushed t h r o u g h letter
boxes in Munich. Some copies
were sent through the mails.
The leaflets, bearing swasti-
kas, were printed in imperfect
German and they included a
line in English re ad i n g
"printed and published by the
National Socialist Movement
London." The leaflet lauded
Hitler and attacked Jews. A
Munich police spokesman said
the matter had been placed in
the hands of the 1Viunich prose-
cutor.
A spokesman for Colon Jor-
dan's British National Socialist
Movement confirmed in a re-
port from L o n d on that the
movement had printed and

distributed the leaflets
"through special channels to
our movement in Germany."
The . spokesman said the leaf-
lets were sent to all parts of
West Germany and that some
had also been sent to East
Germany.

DISTINGUISHED-LOOKING
Ray Ostrow was idling in the
aisle at J. L. Hudson in North-
land, last week, waiting for
wife Esther to finish her shop-
ping . . . Suddenly an elderly
woman popped up to him and
asked where she could find a
certain household item she
wanted to buy ... Ray explained
that he was not a floorwalker
and didn't know . . . Annoyed,
she said curtly, "Then why are
Housing in Israel
you standing around looking so
Nearly 15,000 immigrants to
intelligent?" * * *
Israel have been supplied with
housing units during 1962 by
LOU FRANT is now in charge the Jewish Agency Absorption
of the game room and kitchen Department. These included
at the Knights of Pythias, De- more than 1,700 units built
This masterpiece of the art of
troit Lodge 55 Castle Hall on especially for large families.
blending achieves absolute taste
Wyoming . . . The venture by
perfection through perfectly pro.
Lou coulld mean the beginning
portioned mixing of 32
of what used to be "like the
select ingredients, ac-
good old days" at Detroit 55 . . .
cording to an internation-
Ex-members who remember are
NEW • UNIQUE • ELEGANT
already starting to flack back.
ally famous Continental
* * *
formula.
ONE KOSHER MEAL in 325
Your nearest package
was the distinction accorded
liquor store has it. Ask
Lillian Slomovitz, wife of Wayne
for it today.
County Deputy Treasurer Sol
Slomovitz, at the dinner at Saint
DINNER • LATE SUPPER
Scholastica Church on West
BOB HAWKINS
Outer Dr. and Southfield in
AT THE PIANO NIGHTLY
honor of the marriage of Mari-
Code No 6686
lyn Versaci to Vincent L. Rotole
STOUFFER'S
42 Proof
Jr. . . The bride's mother,
NORTHLAND INN
Mrs. Samuel J. Versaci, had
When you pick a cocktail
NORTHLAND CENTER
been at another affair with Lil-
DPEN TEL M101416H1 II A.M. TRI. & SAT.)
lian and noticed that she only
ate her salad and dessert . . .
"WillF101 471111P'
UNITED BRANDS • DETROIT, MICHIGAN • U.S.A.
Curiosity got the best of her
and she inquired—and learned
that Lillian was an observer of
Kashruth, the Jewish dietary
laws ... She kept it in view ..
At her daughter's wedding, a
waiter came over to Lillian and
asked, "Are you Mrs. Slomo-
vitz?" . . . He then informed
her. "We have one order of
(Detroit's Only Roof Garden)
white fish. The rest get roast
beef. The fish dinner has been
ordered especially for you by
the bride's mother."
the
* * *
SIGN SPOTTED by ex-De-
NOW OPEN For Summer Season
troter Sam Dictor of Los An-
geles, in Indian shop in New
Cocktails -
Mexico featuring tomahawks,
bows and arrows, etc., "Apache
War Surplus."
* * *
STILL GOING STRONG is
(Rain or Moonlight—Partially under cover this year)
popular community gal Sally
(Except Sunday)
From 5 P.M.
Fields . . . Much before El Al
Israeli Air Lines opened offices
Park FREE in our Garage — while you Sip and Dine
in Detroit two years ago, Sally
gave in to take the job steering
Woodward at East Kirby—Reservations—TR 5-9500
the local branch .. . Sally's big
reason for not accepting the
post originally was, "What do I
know about airplanes?" . . .
Ask her now! . Sally is mighty
proud of the El Al Israeli Air
Fine American and Italian Food
lines, but even more so of her
Open daily 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m.
family .. . She has two daugh-
CLOSED SUNDAYS
ters and two sons, and although
COCKTAIL BAR
Banquet room available
Sally far from looks it, they've
TO 9-3988
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
made her a grandmother eight
times.
TE 3.0700
Free Parking.
3020 GRAND RIVER.
* *
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
MICKEY ROONEY, appear-
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
ing at Northland Playhouse last CHOP HOUSE
week, told Sylvia Brilliant about
CHOICE LIQUORS
the Hollywood actress who was
BANQUET FACILITIES
asked how she liked her new MARIA'S PIZZERIA
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
publicity agent . . . "He's simply
marvelous!" she said. "I hired
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
him only three weeks ago, and 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
since that time my house has
been on fire, my jewelry stolen,
TR 2-8800
my husband and I have sepa- CLAM SHOP and BAR
Sea Foods
Serving
Oysters,
Clams,
LOBSTERS,
Steaks
and
Assorted
rated and been reconciled, I've
been arrested for speeding and Music by Muzak
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
my children have been threat-
ened by kidnappers . . ."
OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.--Sat. to 2 a.m.

vs-

COMPLETE
CARRY-OUT DINNERS

Chicken

The

Shrimp

Broaster Nouse

Fish
Frog Legs

Compiej. Gqffy Out Dinners • Free Delivery

Bar-B-Q

18401 West 7 Mile Rd.
Phone 537-7880

Ribs

THE NORMANDIE

GRAND BLVD. AT SECOND

Across From Fisher Theatre

• Superb Dinners •Fine Liquors

• Deliahtful After Theatre Snacks

• TONY RUSSEL at the piano

Ample Facilities for
Bar Mitzvahs, Private Parties,
Receptions, Etc.
Closed Sundays, but available
for all social functions, Call

TR 3-4077

Henry Warshaw
Your Host

LAST WEEK

NORTHLAND

PLAYHOUSE

AIR CONDITIONED—Off Greenfield, between 8 and 9 Mile Rd.

IN PERSON — THE LOVEABLE

S 49 4/s Quart

you ma_ oak

THE TOP O'THE PARK

At

PARK SHELTON HOTEL

Dinner - Late Supper
Entertainment

WHERE TO DINE

In The Original
Broadway
Version of

by NEIL SIMON

OME E311-COW

114 C10 11:21\11

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EL 7-0220

TIMES and PRICES: $4.40,
$3.40, $2.40. Tues. - Fri. at
8:30, Saturday at 9:30, Sun-
day at 7:30.
Saturday at 6 p.m.: $3:90,
$2.90, $1.90. Prices include
tax.

CHOICE SEATS NOW AVAILABLE at
PLAY HOUSE DRIVE-IN BOX OFFICE

• All Sears Stores • Grinnell's, Downtown • LaFond Cigars,
Downtown • Marwil's, Northland Center • Village Travel, Bir-
mingham • Corey's Jewel Box, Eastland • Central Office Supply,
6546 Cass • Paul Gach Photos, 117 Fisher Bldg. and 435 Fisher
Road, Grosse Pointe.



Paradiso Cafe

CARL'S

What wrong cannot be right-
ed?—The birth of a child from
unlawful intercourse.—Hagigah

JOEY'S

DELICATESSEN and
TRAY CATERERS

• Breakfasts • Lunches °Dinners • Sandwiches
Complete Carry-Out Service

25290 Greenfield, N. of 10 Mi. Rd. LI 7-4533

4111150121“111011111120,

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