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October 18, 1963 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-18

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In a brief statement, prepared
by 82-year-old Augustin Cardinal
Bea, the proposal was made this
week to the Ecumenical Council
in Rome to declare it to be un-

just to blame the Jews for the
death of Jesus.
The proposal condemns perse-
cutions on religious grounds. It
asserts that the church shares
with Jews the heritage of the
Old Testament, reminds Cath-
olics that Jesus was a Jew, de-
clares that Jesus' death was the
guilt of all humanity and should
not be hurled at the Jews, calls
attention to the apostles having
been Jews and generally dis-
approves of anti-Semitism.

THIRD ANNUAL

ANTIQUE SHOW
AND

Elyachar Fund Helps Technion Sephardim

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

Mencotti's

BEST STEAK

THURSDAY, OCT. 24
11 a.m. until 10 p.m.

AWAITED AFFAIR by
Ambition and ability equip
any man for working wonders. Knights of Pythias, Detroit
Lodge 55, and Pythian Sisters.
19161 SCHAEFER
Temple 162, is the rip-snortn'
gala Masquerade shindig, Nov.
Sponsored By
'WHEN. YOU PICK A COCKTAIL 2,
at the K of P Castle Hall,
SHARONA–
15787 Wyoming . . . Lots of
:PIONEER - WOME
fun in store, with dancing, en-
tertainment and refreshments
Bake Sale, Snack Bar
Free Parking
. . . $1 donation per person is
LINITED BRANDS • DETROIT,. U. S
Donation $1
for the charitable endeavors of
these groups . . . For tickets,
Ar
call Gerrie Grushky, UN 3-6836,
or Mannie Mackie, UN 4-046
COMPLETE
. . . This year's Pythian Mas-
querade will be open to the
CARRY-OUT DINNERS Chicken
general public.

Shrimp

The

Broader Rouse

Complete Carry Out Dinners • Free Deliver,

Fish

Frog Legs

Bar-B-Q

18401 West 7 Mile Rd.
Phone 537-7880

Ribs

NEW! DELICIOUS . . .

FROZEN FOOD SPECIALTIES

Prepared by Internationally Famous

Available At:

Area's Most Unique

Bottle 'n' Gift

GIFT AND PARTY SHOP

24695 Coolidge at 10 Mile Rd.

LI 1-4428—LI 1-9575

Open Every Nite 'Tit 11

P.S. You say your very "Sweetest" best with
a gift of distinction from the Bottle 'n' Gift.

WEEKEND TREAT!

When driving around this weekend,
visit an enticingly different Drive-In Restaurant ...
Fabulous Food You Will Enjoy.

Bring the Entire Family

Curb Service or Air-Conditioned
INSIDE DINING ROOM

TOTEM POLE

DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT

Woodward, 3 blocks North of 10 Mile Road
, ClifinnStrrtnrinms/r

NORTHINOOD INN

Xickh

Off jhr 3.all Section!

Autumn Sunday $
Special Dinners
2 • 65

Our Famous Northwood Inn Relish Tray

(Served With All Dinners)

• ROAST YOUNG VERMONT TURKEY

Savory Dressing and Giblet Gravy with Creamy Whipped or
Sweet Potato

• ROAST PRIME ROUND OF BEEF au Jus

With Creamy Whipped Potatoes

• GOLDEN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN
With Country Gravy and Creamy Whipped Potatoes
• FRESHLY GROUND CHOPPED SIRLOIN

With Mushroom Gravy and Creamy Whipped Potatoes

• GOLDEN FRIED TENDERSWEET CLAMS and
FRENCH FRIED CAPE BAY SCALLOPS

With Tartar Sauce, French Fried Potatoes

With Tartar Sauce, French Fried Potatoes

Dinner includes: Soup or Juice, Salad, Potatoes, Fresh Vegetables,
Rolls and Butter, Beverage.
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

LI 1-2577

REMEMBER . . . Tues. — Thurs. Are Bountiful Buffet Nights
6 P.M. to 10 P.M.



DR. JULIUS GREENBERG re-
ports a teacher at a local school,
who asked her class for the
definition of a creek . . . the
bright son of one of his col-
leagues explained, "A creek is a
river with low blood pressure."

TONIGHT is final night of
three-day Oak Park Follies, "On
Stage Everybody" . . . Don't
miss one of the finest ever held
at the Oak Park High auditor-
ium.

MARK GRUSHKY, six year
old son of Gerrie and Irving ,
Grushky, went to kiddie-land re-
cently with nine year old sister
Nancy and parents . . . Sud-
denly Mark looked up at the
ferris wheel and said, "Boy!
if I go up there I'll be home
sick" . . . Gerrie corrected him,
"You mean air sick. Home sick
is when you're away from home
and you wish you were home
. . . Little Mark exclaimed,
"That's right, mommy. If I went
up there, I'd sure wish I was
home!"

LOOKING BACK ON
COLUMNS OF YESTERYEARS
MARCH 14, 1947 . . . Little
Merle Besman had his hair
clipped by a barber who used
an electric clipper on him for
the first time . . . he rushed
home quite excited to inform
brother, Lenny, that his neck
was so dirty the barber had to
use a vacuum cleaner.
March 28, 1947 . . . Little
Sidney Agree came in for din-
ner with a black eye, numerous
scratches and his clothes a mess
. . . Mrs. Agree took one look
all she needed, and said, "How
many times do I have to tell you
not to play with any of the
rough boys around here?" . . .
and little Sidney objected, "Aw,
mom, do I look like I've been
playing with anybody?"

Report Increase in
Israel-U.S. Aliyah

$475

At the Piano in

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clhe Oapplure tRoom

JACK ROSEVEAR
From 5:30 Nightly—(Except Sunday)
COME BY!

Cocktails . . . Hors D'Oeuvres
Dinner . . . Late Supper
Park FREE in our garage

THE PARK SHELTON HOTEL

Woodward at Kirby East

TRinity 5-9500

An exquisite Buffet is presented nightly
in the Crystal Ballroom—Moderate Price—too!

BEST Pug

RADIO CITY THEATRE

WOODWARD AT 9 MILE RD., FERNDALE

LI 3-5800

IRE YEAR!

WINNER OF

1 ACADEMY
AWARDS!

Columbia Picturea presents
THE SAM SPIEGEL • DAVID LEAN Production of

WREATCE
FABABIA,

JACK HAWKINS • JOSE FERRER ALEC GUINNESS ANTHONY QUINN
ANTHONY QUAYLE • CLAUDE RAINS • ARTHUR KENNEDY • wm, OMAR SHARIF .•Atj•

AND tAITROOVONO

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SUPER PANAVISION 70•

EXCLUSIVE AREA SHOWING — FULL LENGTH — UNCUT

Mon. to Thurs.
Friday
Sat. & Sun.

Open 7:15
Shown at 8:00
Open 4:30
Shown at 5:00 & 8:40
Open 12:30 Shown at 1:10, 5:00 & 8:40

Continuous Performance Fri., Sat., Sun.

WHERE TO DINE

Paradiso Cafe

COCKTAIL BAR

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

Banquet room available

17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile

CARL'S

TO 9-3988

3020 GRAND RIVER.
Free Parking.
TE 3-0700
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.

1,749 Americans and Cana- CHOP HOUSE
dians settled in Israel during
CHOICE LIQUORS
the past year as a part of the MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
aliyah program of the Ameri-
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
can Section of the Jewish
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
Agency. This is an increase of
150 over the figures for the 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
previous year.
Louis Segal and Rabbi M. CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR 2-8800
Kirshblum, members of the
Jewish Agency Executive in Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
charge of the Aliyah Depart- Music by Muzak
ment, said that the largest
OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.—Sat. to 2 a.m.
group of immigrants during the
• Breakfasts • Lunches •Dinners • Sandwiches
past year were classified as
Complete Carry-Out Service
professional, 349, or 20 percent DELICATESSEN and
TRAY CATERERS
25290 Greenfield, N. of 10 Mi. Rd. LI 7-4533
of the total, with an additional
53 listed as skilled workers.
Delicious Food at Moderate Prices
Another large group was that
of retired men and women, to-
Lunches • Cocktails • Dinners
taling 270.
Largest Banquet Room in the Northwest Area

JO EY'S

• FILLET OF SOLE

JO 4-6688

The vision and determination they now qualify for regular
of a prominent American mem- Technion scholarships.
ber of the Board of Governors
of Technion, Israel Institute of
Magnificent
Technology, in Haifa, has led
to a successful round in the
battle for the betterment of
Israel's Oriental communities.
7113 PURITAN
2 Blocks West of Livernois
Early last year Col. Jehiel
862-2882 For Res.
Elyachar cabled the Technion
Ample Parking
asking that no qualified stu-
dents of Sephardic (Oriental)
origin be denied enrollment be-
cause of lack of means. He
guaranteed full tuition pay-
ment. As a result, 25 tuition
in town
awards were made from the
Elyachar Fund to needy Tech-
OPEN
SATURDAYS
nion students in this category.
AT 5 P.M.
More than one-third of the
25 students who received Col.
SAMMY SOFFERIN'S
.WONDER BAR STEAKHOUSE
Elyachar's emergency aid dur-
ing the past year have brought WASHINGTON BLVD. at STATE
Res. WO 1-9242
their grades up to a point where

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33-THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Fri day, October 18, 1963

Ecumenical Proposal by Cardinal
Bea Would End Attacks on Jews

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