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August 30, 1963 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-30

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The Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith expressed concern
regarding the recent edition of
"Responsible Enterprise Associ-
ation Bulletin," published in De-
troit and circulated in business
circles.
Sol I. Littman, Michigan re-
gional director of ADL, stated
that "the most recent issue of
the Bulletin is a thinly-veiled
repetition of all the age-old anti-
Semitic canards which picture
Jews as a hidden conspiracy
seeking world domination."
ADL pointed out that the au-
thor of the "Responsible Enter-
prise Bulletin" attempts to link
Benjamin Disraeli with "the
forces of . international finance
which have been the inevitable
hidden face of government."

F

to that coded message in the
possession of Judah P. Ben-
jamin, a relative of the Roths-
childs who was appointed as
the professional strategist in
America for the Rothschild in-
terests . . . he actually served
as Secretary of State for the
Confederacy."

Most ridiculous, ADL states,
is the Responsible Enterprise
Association's accusation's accu-
sation that fluoridation of pub-
lic drinking water is a plot to
stupify the American public so
that they will be unaware of
their loss of Constitutional
rights.
The "Responsible Enterprise
Association Bulletin" is de-
scribed on its masthead as "pub-
lished irregularly upon occasion
The Bulletin also asserts, by the Responsible Enterprise
"Followin,; the assassination Association Educational Associ-
of Abraham Lincoln, the fed- ation." The bulletin's editor
eral investigators discovered and public relations director is
a coded message among the Royal D. Rood who has been
possessions of the assassin - identified as a peddler of the
Booth, and they found the key works of the notorious Canadian
anti-Semite William Guy Carr.
As supporting evidence for the
international plot, Rood's bulle-
Michigan Bank Has
I tin cites such notorious bigots
Grand Opening for
as Eustace Mullins, Carr and
Branch on Livernois I Frank Britton.
A number of gift items will
The president of the Re-
mark the grand opening of sponsible Enterprise Associa-
Michigan Bank's new Livernois- tion is Charles Helin, Detroit
Seven Mile Rd. office. The en- fishing tackle manufacturer. In
larged quarters of the bank at connection with Helin, Litt-
19201 Livernois, corner of Cam- man stated, "Representatives
bridge, now offer free customer of the Anti-Defamation League
parking, drive-in service, extra have held several conversa-
teller windows and safe deposit tions with Mr. Henn regard-
boxes.
ing his admitted distribution
Special features include free of copies of Frank Britton's
personal checking accounts (no "American Nationalist."
service charges with minimum The author of the Summer
balance of $300 or more per 1963 edition of the "Responsible
month) and four per cent in- Enterprise Bulletin" calls for
terest paid on regular savings the development of a third party
(three per cent paid on deposits in Michigan and solicits mem-
of less than 12 months). The bership for the Michigan Con-
bank has assets of over servative Association, Inc., and
$275,000,000.
refers positively to the work of
Those who record their visit the Independent American
to the bank by filling out a Party.
blank form need not be present
for the drawing 10 a.m. Aug. 31
Jewish Teachers
to receive a gift.
Among the gifts are tele- in L. A. to Lose Pay
vision sets, a hi-fi phonograph,
an AM-FM transistor radio, lug- for Holiday Absence
gage, a clock radi o, movie
LOS ANGELES, (JTA) —
camera and folding aluminum Failure of the Los Angeles
picnic table.
Board of Education to act on a
plea on behalf of Jewish teach-
AMVETS Will Install ers in the public school system
will mean the loss of two days'
Carillon in Truman
for hundreds of such
Library, Levinson Says salary
teachers planning to absent
An AMVETS Memorial Caril- themselves for the Jewish High
lon is being installed in the Holy Days next month.
Harry S. Truman Library in
That assertion was made by
Independence, Mo.
Harold B. Denner, one of two
Benjamin Levinson, president teachers who appeared before
of the Franklin Mortgage Co. the board last May, asking for
of Detroit, has served as chair- time off without loss of pay to
man of -the Carillon Committee teachers absent for religious
for the Truman Library. Levin- holidays or for confinement for
son is a longtime personal illness. The board took the mat-
friend of the former President. ter under advisement and has
The Independence Carillon, not acted since on the request.
costing more than $10,000, will Denner said many cities have
be dedicated to Truman "ac- provisions allowing three or
knowledging the position of re- more days' personal leave each
spect and esteem he holds in year for -public school teachers,
the hearts of AMVETS and all to cover religious observances
Americans," Levinson said.
falling on a regular school day.
He said that city school systems
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Fisher Appointment
Announced by Guardian
Savings and Loan Assn.

Guardian Savings and Loan
Association announced the ap-
pointment of Philip M. Fisher,
18054 Parkside, as assistant
treasurer and comptroller. For-
merly IBM director for Kasle
Steele Corp., Fisher is an active
member of the Management
Data Processing Association and
the Men's Club of Temple
Beth-El.

MISS RUTH SMITH

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Smith
of Northlawn Ave., announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Ruth Ann, to Dr. David L.
Edgar, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Irving Edgar of Westhampton
Ave., Oak Park.
The bride-to-be attended
Michigan State and Wayne
State Universities, graduating
from the latter with a degree
in Education. Dr. Edgar is a
graduate of the University of
Michigan Dental School and
also received a degree in ortho-
dontics from Loyola University
Dental School.

Leading Artists
to Perform with
Israel Philharmonic

News Brevities

MYRNA LOY, distinguished
motion picture star and world-
wide personality, makes her
first, in-person stage appear-
ance in Detroit next week.
Heading a veteran Broadway-
Hollywood cast in "Good House-
keeping," Miss Loy opens a
pre-Broadway comedy for a
one-week engagement at North-
land Playhouse, Tuesday. This
will be an "extra-added" show
at Northland for which Manag-
ing Director Kenneth E.
Schwartz has extended the sea-
son. Michael Rennie, starring
in "Wake Up Darling," origin-
ally scheduled to close the sea-
son, will. - run through Sunday.
The Myrna Loy production will
terminate the summer theatre
operation at the Playhouse on
Sept. 8.
* * *
JACK & JOANNA BARNES,
their staff and students, will
appear at the Oldtimers Grove
at The State Fair this Sunday
from 1 to 5 p.m. They will en-
tertain and teach visitors to
dance to the_ tunes of PAN-
CHITO and his orchestra.
* * *
SUPERIOR POTATO CHIPS,
INC., of Detroit has purchased
assets of Everkrisp Food Prod-
ucts Co., a long-time manufac-
turer of potato chips and other
snack food items. Z y g m u n t

Leading artists from abroad
will perform with the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra which
begins its new season on Oct. 7.
Among those scheduled to ap-
pear are Leonard Bernstein,
Charles Munch, George Solti,
Pierre Monteaux, Josef Krips,
Paul Klecki, Zina Francescatti,
Isaac Stern, Clifford Curzon,
Adolpho Ownopossoff, Endre
Wolf. Also, Istvan Kertesz, An-
tal Dorati, Sergiu Celibidache,
Varda Nishry and Nikita Maga-
loff.
Special events during the
1963-64 season include a fully-
staged version of Mozart's "Don
Giovanni," and the Brussels
"20th Century Ballet." This will
also mark Maestro Monteaux'
first visit to Israel.

goundations

Ay

Matuszewski, president of Su-
perior has announced the ap-
pointment of Joe D. M a s s o k,
former vice-president of Ever-
krisp, as director of marketing
and sales, and the promotion of
Leonard Ramey to sales man-
ager.
* *
The 1964 ANNUAL WATER
WONDERLAND HOME IM-
PROVEMENT EXPOSITION
will be presented under the
sponsorship of the Greater De-
troit Home Improvement Coun-
cil Feb. 5-9 at the, Detroit Ar-
tillery Armory, announced
President Morris Litvin. He said
a series of clinics would be
directed at informing the pub-
lic on the different phases of
home modernizing.
* * *
KENNETH JEWELL CHO-
RALE will hold its semi-annual
auditions for voices in all _sec:
tions, Thursday evening. Call
KE 7-3565 for appointment.

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Park Shelton Lists
Hours for Crystal,
Sapphire Rooms

The Park Shelton Hotel will
close its "Top 0' The Park" on
Labor Day, the management an-
nounced, but the Sapphire and
Crystal rooms will continue • to
be special guest attractions the
year 'round.
The Sapphire Room, an inti-
mate cocktail lounge which
serves lunches and dinners, is
open 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Mor4N
through Saturday and 1 p.m. to
9 p.m. on Sunday.
The Crystal Room serves
breakfast, lunch and dinner 7
a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through
Saturday. Sunday brunch is
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the
Sunday buffet dinner from 1
p.m. to 9 p.m. For information,
call TR 5-9500.

Large selection of china
in many designs and
colors.

I Men's Club

ROSENWALD POST, Ameri- is
can Legion, will hold its an-
nual joint installation of offi-
cers 5:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at the
Sholem Aleichem Institute. Nor-
man Robbins, zone commander
of the American Legion will be
guest speaker. To be installed
are Commander Joseph Sha-
piro; Sen. Vice-Commander Max
Lakritz; Jun. Vice-Commander
Samuel Neshefsky; Adjutant
Max Ramanick; Finance officer
David Kay; Historian David
Mitchell; Chaplain Maurice
Green and Sgt. of Arms David
Pessman.

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19 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, August 3 0, 1963

Anti-Semitic Canards Are Spread Ruth Smith to Wed
by Local Organization, ADL Finds Dr. David Edgar

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