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August 02, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-02

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Syria Releases 3 Abducted
Belgians, Holds 3 Israelis

TEL AVIV, (JTA)— Three
Belgian citizens—a mother and
two sons:—who, along with
three Israelis, were abducted by
Syria on Israel's Lake Tiberias,
were returned to Israel through
the Bnot Yaakov Bridge on the
Israel-Syrian border.
The three Israelis were still
being detained by the Syrians
with no indication as to when
they might be released.

*

Now Open!

Immediately after their re-
turn, the Belgian family was
questioned by Israeli authori-
ties concerning the circum-
stances of their capture.
In a protest over the incident
earlier this week to Maj. Gen.
Odd Bull, chief of staff of the
United Nations Truce Super-
vision Organization, For e i g n
Minister Golda Meir emphasiz-
ed that the lake is entirely
within Israel territory.

Austria Seeking
to Extend Deadline
for War Crimes Trials

Magnificent

Mencotti's

VIENNA (JTA)—Austria must
extend its present deadline
against further war crimes
trials because a number of
Nazi war criminals must still be
apprehended and tried, Minis-
ter of Justice C. Broda informed
parliament here. He proposed
extension of the deadline to
1965.
Broda made his request "in
view of present developments,"
declaring that Austria "must
not become a sanctuary for war
criminals." Authorities are now
investigating eight war crimi-
nals accused of "especially
grave" crimes. An unspecified
number of other criminals are
still being hunted by the fed-
eral police.

*Something out of this world

RELAXED DINING
LUNCHEON-DINNER
SUPERB COCKTAILS
Entertainment Nightly

7113 PURITAN

2 Blocks West of Livernois

862-2882 For Res.

Ample Parking

NEW • UNIQUE • ELEGANT

boa

Chicago Federation
Seeks $4 Million

DINNER • LATE SUPPER

BOB HAWKINS

CHICAGO (JTA)—The Jew-
ish Federation of Metropolitan

AT THE PIANO NIGHTLY •

STOUFFER'S

Chicago announced the begin-
ning of a campaign to raise $4,-
083,000 to complete its United
Building Fund commitments.

NORTHLAND INN

NORTHLAND CENTER

DM Mt MIONIDIT (I A.M. HU. & SAT.)

Want ads get quick results!

NEW ...and WONDERFUL
"Quick Frozen Specialties"

Prepared by Internationally Famous

RESTAURANT, 4222 Second

LOBSTER THERMIDOR CHICKEN CACCIATORA
CANNELLONI
BONELESS BREAST OF CHICKEN POULETTE
(Serving for 21

AVAILABLE NOW AT GROCERS

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

BRAND NEW NOW OPEN

COACH LAMP

Excellent Food, Cocktails
Businessmen's Lunch, Complete Dinners
After Theater Menu
Attendant Parking — Closed Sundays

Reservations: UN 3-1717

18455 LIVERNOIS, 3 Blks. So. of 7 Mile

WHERE TO DINE

Paradiso Cafe

Fine American and Italian Food
Open daily 11:30 a.m.- 1 a.m.
CLOSED SUNDAYS

COCKTAIL BAR
Banquet room available
TO 9-3988
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile

CARL'S

CHOP HOUSE

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
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.

MARIA'S PIZZERIA

CHOICE LIQUORS
BANQUET FACILITIES

Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods

Parking Facilities . . . Corry-Out Service

7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929

CLAM SHOP and BAR

JOEY'S

LISTENING

P

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

Liners and display classified ads accepted from re-
sponsible firms or individuals by telephone up to
noon Wednesday. For rates and information . • •

CALL VErmont 8-9364

T

NOT TOO LONG AGO,
Nasser of Egypt began nation-
alizing the property of the
Jews living in his country . . .
One of his victims, a small,
soft-spoken man named David
Hazan, lost his home, $50,000
in the bank, a department store
and all personal property . .
He and his family of four were
given a suitcase, searched for
any valuables on their person
and told to leave Alexandria
immediately . . . Luckily, a
Jewish organization managed
to get him to Marseilles,
France, where he looked for
work . . . Soon after, he brought
his family to Detroit in hopes
of earning a living . . . He could
find no work for weeks until
Detroiter Sol Eisenberg be-
friended him and found him a
job in a steel plant . . . David
has a wife, two children of
high school age and a son for
whom he is working to put
through college . . . The wages
of a common laborer are not
much to support five people,
let alone put a boy through
college . . . David is an ex-
tremely intelligent man who
speaks six languages fluently
. . . He works hard, lives in a
flat on Thatcher and Monica
and takes a bus to work and
back home . . . The labor is not
easy for even a younger,
stronger man . . . However
David has a strong spirit and
no false pride to refuse what-
ever help he can get.
LAST SUMMER, it was 19-
year-old Rita Sloan who won
the Netzorg Piano Contest and
performed with the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra . . . This
year's winner is Miriam Gar-
garian, 16-year-old pianist who
appears as soloist, Aug. 1, with
the Detroit Symphony . . .
Both are students of Julius
Chaj es.
SPECIAL NOTE . . . To Mrs.
J. Baldock . . . The inside
works of your watch are at
Darby's cashier counter wait-
ing for you to pick it up.
IRV LACHMAN, former test
pilot during World War II, and
now public relations man for
Miami Beach Holidays, recalls
being in New York three years
ago and bumping into Rabbi
Albert Baum, former chaplain
in his outfit . . . Iry asked him
if he had a congregation and
was told that his job was being
in charge of setting up new re-
form temples for the U.A.H.C.
throughout the country . . .
When Iry jokingly asked, "How
do you start one," he didn't
realize what it would mean to-
day . . . Returning to Detroit,
Iry founded Temple Beth Am
in Livonia, was its first presi-
dent and is active as member-
ship chairman . . . Temple Beth
Am, under the spiritual guid-
ance of Rabbi David Jessel,
has grown from seven original
members to a present list of
150 families, 300 Sunday
School youngsters a n d 65
students in Hebrew School .. .
Iry is president of the Temple,
Sam Groshkoff, president of
the Men's Club, and Betty Carr,

10—ROOMS FOR RENT

.10—ROOMS FOR RENT

FURNISHED ROOM. No small chil- NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM for
employed person. UN 4-5648.
dren. Near buses. UN 4-6047.

LIVERNOIS-CURTIS area. Room for BEAUTIFUL room in quiet home.
Private T.V. For gentleman. LI.
student or employed young man.
3-9653.
Reasonable. Call after 8:00 p.m.
863-4835.
ROOM FOR rent. Private bathroom,
private entrance. Northwest sec-
MIAMI BEACH, Florida. Room to
tion. KE. 7-6596. KE. 7-7555.
rent for 1 or 2. Private bath.
Home privileges. Detroit number.
RENTING ROOM in nice location.
UN 3-6321.
Good transportation. DI. 1-5803.
FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Close
transportation. Working lady or NICE FURNISHED room for rent for
gentleman. UN 4-5107.
nurse. UN 4-8047.

COMFORTABLE room for working ROOM FOR RENT. Near Jewish Cen-
ter. Working woman. Privileges.
person. Near transportation, Jew-
UN 3-7182.
ish Center. UN. 1-8115.
NICE furnished room for lady or ROOM FOR WOMAN. Kitchen privi-
leges. UN 4-3351.
gentleman. DI 1-6935. 19484 Scha-
fer.
WOMAN. Nice room. Northwest sec-
tion. Good transportation. Kitchen
COMFORTABLE private roam in
widow's home, for woman. Priv-
privileges. UN 3-2046.
eleges. Reasonable. UN. 4-5387.
WOMAN. Kosher kitchen. Northwest
RICHTON NEAR Wildemere. Good
section. UN 1-2105, UN 1-1567.
transportation. $28 monthly. Kit-
chen preveleges. 867-4839.
FURNISHED ROOM. 25x40. Bath and
shower. Private entrance. James
FURNISHED room for lady. All
Couzens-7 Mile area. Gentleman
priveleges. Blackstone Manor.
only. DI 1-7181.
Downstairs. DI. 1-5769.

13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS 13.—FOR RENT APARTMENTS

Announcing the New . • •

Cluh

APARTM ENTS

• Appliances • Dishwasher
• Private Swimming Pool • Covered Carports
• Balcony Apartments • Air Conditioning
• No through traffic

1 and 2 Bedrooms, 1, 1 1/2 and 2 Baths

From $1 55 (Inc. heat & hot water) to

235

Covered Parking Facilities

New to Detroit ! Florida-style living in luxurious balcony
apartments. See them today Free interior Decorating counsel.

A Completely New Concept

In Apartment Living

In Desirable, Convenient Northland Center Area
West 10 Mile Rd., just East of Greenfield Rd.

• Look For Biarritz Club

Signs

CHARFOOS *IL TOPPER

Rentals: 544-0571
Open From 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

HERE'S PRACTICAL LUXURY

IN ANN ARBOR

Huron Towers apartments, on the scenic Huron River,
offer many modern conveniences and luxury touches at
rental rates which are surprisingly low. Situated in North
Campus, adjacent to the golf course, Huron Towers features
include: air conditioning, large swimming pool, free bus
service, night security guard, and sheltered underground
parking. There are service shops off the lobby, and shop-
ping areas conveniently nearby. Come out and see Ann
Arbor's finest apartment residence, or call Miss Walters at
NO 3 0800 to arrange for a guided tour.

-

president of the Sisterhood.

TR 2-8800 U.S. Tourists Spent

Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods

Music by Muzak

Danny Raskin's

2675 E. GRAND BLVD.

OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.—Sat. to 2 a.m.

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

DELICATESSEN and
TRAY CATERERS 25290 Greenfield, N. of 10 Mi. Rd. LI 7-4533

$23 Million in Israel

LONDON (JTA) — American
tourists visiting Israel spent
$23,000,000 in 1962 compared
to $22,000,000 in 1961 and
$20,000,000 in 1960, the U.S.
Embassy reported.

U. of M. students: We will be happy to discuss accommo-
dations available to married or single students.

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