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August 09, 1963 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-09

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

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positive action, Rabbi Morchu-
dowitz said that the police
"come down, make a report, and
that's all we hear about it until
we call them the next time."
The vandalism, he noted, oc-
curs after services on Friday
and Saturday nights. "If only
they would put a detective in the
building for one night, they
could catch the people," he de-
clared, adding that neighbors
have said the culprits were boys
between 18 and 20 years of age.
The rabbi said that the older
members of the synagogue have
become worried about their per-
sonal safety, fearing that the
vandals might act while they are
at services.

Syrians Resume Heavy
Firing at Israelis
Working Near Frontier

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Syrian
gun positions on the heights
overlooking Israel's northern
border lobbed heavy fire against
Israelis at work in an area ad-
jacent to the frontier yesterday.
It was the third successive day
of Syrian firing against Israelis
in the frontier area. Israel did
not return the fire.
The latest target was a tractor
and its driver. United Nations
observers near the scene not
only saw the attack, but rescued
the driver. He was unhurt.
Israeli authorities protested
today to the United Nations
Truce Supervision Organization
and requested that the U.N. ob-
servers on the Syrian side warn
the Damascus Government
against a repitition of the at-
tacks. UNTSO was asked to
request Syria in strong terms to
restrain its soldiers on the bor-
der and keep them from further
firing on Israelis.

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LISTENING

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JERUSALEM ( JTA) —A min-
isteri al committee established to
deal with the proposed inclusion
of a non - kosher kitchen on
board the new Zim passenger
liner, Shalom, recommended to
the cabinet that the non-kosher
facility be omitted from the ves-
sel now being completed in a
French shipyard. The Cabinet,
however, deferred a final de-

cision on the matter pending
further hearings.
The issue was submitted to the
ministerial committee after the
projected non-kosher kitchen, in
addition to the regular kosher
facilities on board the ship,
aroused vehement criticism in
government and political circles.
The committee, which was head-
ed by Labor Minister Yigal
Allon, of Achdut Avoda, also in-
American -Clergyman cluded Religious Affairs Minis-
ter Zerach Warhaftig of the Na-
tional Religious Party, and Po-
Attend Seminar at
lice Minister Behor Shitreet of
Hebrew University
Mapai. The latter two reportedly
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Some backed ,,he committee's recom-
50 \ American clergymen and mendation.
educators took part in the open-
ing session at the Hebrew Uni-
versity of a seminar on "Con-
temporary Israel in the Per-
spective. of History." The event
NEW • UNIQUE • ELEGANT
was sponsored by the Univer-
sity's Adult Education Center
in cooperation with the Jewish
Agency's external relations de-
partment.
The five-day seminar will
comprise lectures and discus-
DINNER • LATE SUPPER
sions on Bible study, the Dead
Sea scrolls and Christianity, the
BOB HAWKINS
historical background of ancient
AT THE PIANO NIGHTLY
Israel, the rebirth of Hebrew
STOUFFER'S
and Biblical scholarship, Amer-
NORTHLAND INN
ica and the Holy Land, religion
NORTHLAND CENTER
and culture in Israel. and other
WEN lilt MIDNIGHT (I A.M. FRI. & SAT.)
aspects of Israeli life. Rabbi
Judah Nadich of New York, is
head of the group.

BERTHA KATZ, home from
a two-week visit in New York,
is interested in the beginnings
of the motion picture industry
and so was quite intrigued by
a plaque next to the doorway
of 151 W. 34th St. (now part of
Macy's) . . . It reads, "Here
the motion picture began! On
the night of April 23, 1896, on
this site in Koster and Beal's
Music Hall, Thomas A. Edison
with the `Vitascope' first pro-
jected a moving picture . . .
In commemoration of this
event, this tablet is here affixed
by the Motion Picture Industry,
1938."
* * *
TIME OF THE big Water
Funfest and Wiener Roast,
Thursday, for Knights of
Pythias, Detroit Lodge 55 mem-
bers, wives and guests, is from
7 to 10 p.m. . . . It's at home
and , grounds galore of Past
Grand Chancellor Bernard Bol-
ton and wife . Esther, 18444
Cornell Rd., Southfield.
* * *
ERRATA . . . So many Irvs
at Temple Beth Am, that last
GRAND BLVD. AT SECOND
week's column had the wrong
..3.1.5...;
Across From Fisher Theatre
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one as current president . . .
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His name is Iry King.
* * *
• Deliohtful After Theatre Snacks
KEVIN MARCUS, six-year-
• TONY RUSSEL at the piano
old son of Ruth and Paul Mar-
cus, came to the dinner table
Ample Facilities for
last week, with elbows black
Bar Mitzvahs, Private Parties,
as pitch . . . Sent back to the
Receptions, Etc.
bat hr o o m for repairs, he
Closed Sundays, but available
dawdled there so long that Ruth
for on social functions, Call
asked how he was coming . . .
Henry Warshaw
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whether his elbows were clean
Your Host
yet . . . "Not clean," he called
back triumphantly, "but I've
got them to match."
* * *
FROM FT. LAUDERDALE,
builder Hal Taines, who knows
One of the largest creatures ever to
all the anglers, writes of one
roam this earth, this 30 ton monster has
fellow boasting about a dream
long ago succumbed. But if lust
he had of being in the middle
one little Brontosaurus lived today and
of a lake alone with Jane Mans-
found its way to Scotch 'n Sirloin at
field . . . Hal asked if the
James Couzens, 8 Mile and Greenfield,
dream had a happy ending . . .
it would still have to be pitied.
"Did it!" enthused the sports-
Its tiny head, mounted on the end of a 40'
man. "I caught a nine-pound
long neck, could never get into
big mouth bass!"
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Scolc
* * *
and even if it could, this indescribably stupid monster would only
OVERHEARD at a downtown
eat Scotch 'n Sirloin's succulent vegetables—leaving the
theater at the sneak preview of
fabulous meat & booze for lucky you. The Brontosaurus,
a new motion picture . . . "That
you see, was a Jurassic Age Vegetarian.
one is re a d y for television
right now."
—Remember—ALL of the eating, and drinking, and
* * *
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WHILE IN A St. Paul, Minn.,
hospital, with a leg injury, 10-
year-old Billy Friedman, son of
former Detroiters Ruth and
Julius F r i e d m a n, recently
transferred there, was visited
by Rabbi Eli Kahn of St. Paul's
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Sons of Jacob Synagogue . . .
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After visiting a while, little
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Billy asked Rabbi Kahn to
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— Friday, August 9, 1963

NEW YORK — A Bronx
rabbi called upon New
York police to take more vigor-
ous action against neighborhood
vandals who have repeatedly
broken the stained glass window
of Anshei Emeth Synagogue.
Rabbi Shimon Morchudowitz,
spiritual leader of the congre-
gation, said that the synagogue
has had to replace six sets of
windows in the past two years.
The windows were last broken
on July 27. •
Asserting that his appeals to
the police have not brought any

Danny Raskin's Ministerial Committee Opposes
Non-Kosher Kitchen on New Ship

25 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Vandals Persist in Destruction
of Bronx Synagogue Windows;
Rabbi's Appeals Bring No Aid



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capita export rate than those
of the United States, Japan and
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