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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-20

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families separated by "Fascist
persecution and war" and to
allow Jews to join their rela-
tives in Israel and other coun-
tries.
The Dutch delegation, in in-
troducing the Soviet resolution,
said that the Dutch Socialist
Party did so in the hope the
resolution "may help alleviate
the position of the Jews in Rus-
sia." The Middle East resolu-
tion, introduced by the British
delegation, called the continued
Middle East tensions "a source
of instability" which hampered
the area's social and economic
development.
The resolution condemned
"the renewed threats to destroy
Israel" and urged a new initia-
tive by the great powers for
peace in the area. The Congress
also urged the European Eco-
nomic Community and the Euro-
pean Trade Association to act
for speedy signing of a Euro-
mart agreement with Israel.

DETROIT GRADUATE
CLUB, one of about 50 around
the country and headed by Dr.
Abe Blumer, will be host this
year for the Northwest Region-
al Convention of Phi Delta Ep-
silon National Medical Frater-
nity . . . Dates are weekend of
Nov. 15, 16 and 17 at Hotel
Statler-Hilton, with over 500
does and wives expected to at-
tend . . . Convention chairmen
are Dr. Leonard Birndorf and
Dr. Mark Dale . . . Registrations
can be made by contacting Dr.
In 1917 the 18th Annual Re- Herbert Cohen.
port of the United Jewish
* * •
Charities listed the following
MILT
TYNER,
the Checker
as its constituents: Beth El Re-
lief Society, Jewish Relief Soci- Bar-B-Q king, knows a certain
ety, Self Help Circle, School drive-in proprietor in Califor-
for Immigrants, Self Help nia who refused to lose heart
School, Ida E. Ginsburg Day when fire gutted the entire
Nursery, Fresh Air Department, premises . . . He hung a sign
Free Employment Bureau, Le- outside the wreckage which
gal Aid Bureau, Gymnasium, promised, "CHARCOAL-BROIL-
Women's Work Room, Clinic, ED EVERYTHING."
* * *
and Immigrant Aid Depart-
ment. The charities was the
KNIGHTS of Pythias, Detroit
predecessor of the Jewish Wel- Lodge 55, will again sponsor a
fare Federation.
Yom Kippur Nite dance, Sept.
28, at Castle Hall, 15787 Wyom-
Want ads get quick results! ing . . . The chairmen are Man-
nie Mackie and Henry Willner.

BEST STEAK

in town

OPEN
SATURDAYS
AT 5 P.M.

S

75

SAMMY SOFFERIN'S

WONDER BAR STEAKHOUSE

"-

WASHINGTON BLVD. at STATE
Res. WO 1-9242

JAKK'S

Cocktail Lounge & Dining Room

25234 GREENFIELD RD.

LI 6-1224

BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCH 11-3
DINNERS FROM 5 P.M.

HOT & COLD APPETIZER BUFFET
LIVE LOBSTERS — STEAKS — CHOPS
AFTER THEATER SNACKS
PIANO BAR



Open Daily from ll a.m. to 2 a.m.

Closed Sundays
Jakk Freeman, George Econo, George Johnson, Your Hosts



PA 4 .





ast o.



NORTHWOOD INN

Summer Sunday
Special Dinners at

(From the Talmud)

There was once a man who
betrothed himself to a beautiful
maiden and then went away
and the maiden waited. But -he
did not come back. Friends and
rivals mocked her and said:
"He will never come back."
She went to her room and
took out the letters in which
he had promised to be her ever
faithful. Weeping, she read
them and was comforted.
When he finally returned, he
asked her how she had kept her

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are still being served

Dinner includes Northwood Inn relish tray, choice of soup or
juice, salad, potatoes, fresh vegetables, rolls & butter, beverage.

I. Roast Prime Round of Beef Au Jus
• Golden Brown Fried Chicken with Country Gravy
• Freshly Ground Chopped Sirloin with Mushroom Gravy
• Pan Fried Filet of Sole with Tartar Sauce
• 4 Baby Lobster Tails with Tender Sweet Clams
• Cold Prime Ribs of Beef with Potato Salad
• Assorted Cold Cuts with Potato Salad
Children's Portions Available at $1.50

Other Menu Items Available
Open from 3 to 10:30 P.M. Sundays

Woodward at 11 1/2 Mile Road
JO 4-6688
LI 1-2577

FOUND . . . AT Darbys eat-
ery . . . A dark brown folder
with "My Grandchildren" writ-
ten in gold . . . Has 15 pictures
in it . . . One is of three gen-
erations, grandmother, mother
and daughter . . . Another is pie
of grandchild in stages from
infancy . . . Baby in picture
with grandfather was 10 months
at • time and named "Cathy."
. . . The folder, obviously a
cherished one, will be with the
cashier in front.
* * *
THIS TUESDAY IS "Canis-
ter Drive" by Northwest Child
Rescue Women . . . Money
raised will send mentally re-
tarded children to summer
camp through auspices of the
Detroit Parks and Recreation,
plus sponsoring a group of
young adults in conjunction
with the Jewish Center . . .
The Northwest gals are com-
prised of only 77 members but
in 12 summers have paid ex-
penses for 1,354 campers
through canister drives, month-
ly rummages and bake sales .. .
Just recently, they made an
addition to the Bar Ilan High
School in Kfar Batya, Israel.

`The Joy of Giving'

William Rosenwald's Tribute
to His Father, Julius Rosenwald

Forensic Medicine Pioneer

Johann Ludwig Casper, a Ger-
man-Jewish physician who lived
in Berlin in the early part of
the 19th century, was a pioneer
in the fields of forensic medi-
cine and medical jurisprudence.
He served for many years as di-
rector of the Institute of State
Medicine at the University of

Berlin.

The brotherhood of Locomo-
tive Engineers was founded in
Marshall in 1863.

faith so long and she showed
him the letters.
When Israel was in misery, in
captivity, she was mocked by
the nations for her unswerving
hopes of redemption; but Israel,
undismayed, went into her
schools and synagogues and
took out the letters, and was
comforted. God would in time
redeem her and say: "How
could you alone among all the
mocking nations be faithful?"
Then Israel would point to
the Law and the Prophets and
answer: "Had I not your prom-
ise here?"

NEW • UNIQUE • ELEGANT

Coa

DINNER • LATE SUPPER

BOB HAWKINS

AT THE PIANO NIGHTLY

WHEN YOU PICK A - COCKTAIL

STOUFFER'S

NORTHLAND INN

NORTHLAND CENTER

YR T1U. WNW (1 AA. RI. t 441.1

UNITED BRANDS • DETROIT: U.

s

TKittgoirg inn- presents

every SATURDAY night

For Dancing . . .

THE KINGSLEY INN COACHMEN

JACK AND JOANNA BARNES

and their dance group with interpretations of

* SWING * FOX TROT WALTZ
* CHA CHA * SAMBA * TANGO
* MERENGUE

For Dining .. .

Gracious Service - Unsurpassed Cuisine

Diversified Menu

Kappy new Year

to die geivisli Community

Phone MI 4-1400

JO 4-5916

WHERE TO DINE

Paradiso Cafe

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

COCKTAIL BAR
Banquet
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile

room available

TO 9-3988
Dad got a big kick out of stim-
3020 GRAND RIVER.
Free Parking.
TE 3-0700
ulating others to give. He was
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
proud of the fact that, in every
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
campaign he took cards and
CHOP HOUSE
"pounded the pavements"; he re-
ferred to himself as "King of the
CHOICE LIQUORS
Schnorrers." He also liked to give MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
in amounts and in ways that
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
would encourage others to par-
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
ticipate. Thus, during the First
World War, Dad offered to give 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
one dollar for every nine dollars
raised from others to help the CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR 2-8800
Jewish victims. That offer helped Serving
Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
to make a success of the Joint
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
Distribution Committee's $10,- Music by Muzak
000,000 campaign, the first large
OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.--Sat. to 2 a.m.
and successful campaign for
• Breakfasts • Lunches •Dinners • Sandwiches
Jews overseas. Following his ex-
Complete Carry-Out Service
ample, the members of my fam- DELICATESSEN and
TRAY CATERERS 25290 Greenfield, N. of 10 Mi. Rd. LI 7-4533
ily have, on occasion, made
leadership gifts. I am happy to
Delicious Food at Moderate Prices
say that when these leadership
gifts have been made to the
Lunches • Cocktails • Dinners
United Jewish Appeal they have,
Largest
Banquet
Room
in the Northwest Area
similarly, resulted in large suc-
14315 LIVERNOIS
TE 4-5111
cessful campaigns for Jews over-
seas . . .

CARL'S

JOEY'S

DYNA INN

-- Frid ay, Sept. 20, 1 963

AMSTERDAM (JTA) — An
appeal to the Soviet Union to
erase "any trace of anti-Jewish
discrimination" in Russia was
unanimously approved this
week by delegates from 20
countries at the World Congress
of the Socialist International.
The delegates acted after
hearing a severe condemnation
of the Soviet Union on that is-
sue from Moshe Sharett, chair-
man of the Jewish Agency ex-
ecutive and chairman of the
Israeli delegation to the meet-
ing.
The delegates also urged the
great powers an the United
Nations to act to halt the escala-
tion of arms capacity in the Mid-
dle East aimed at Israel. They
called for direct peace talks be-
tween the Arab countries and
Israel and condemned the ship-
ment of Soviet arms into the
Middle East and Egypt's use of
former Nazis for advanced
weapons development.
The resolution on Russia
urged the Soviet government to
extend to the Jewish commu-
nity "equal treatment accorded
to other religious groups and
nationalities in the Soviet so-
ciety," to consider reunion of

Israel's Loyalty—Faith in Prophecy

27 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Socialist Congress Urges Russia
End Anti-Jewish Discrimination

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