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November 01, 1963 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-01

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CHICAGO—The majority of
professional anti-Semites in the
United States are posing as
"super-patriots" in an effort to
gain acceptance in respectable
circles, with their appeals di-
rected mainly at "isolationists,
proponents of radical right
measures, pro-Arab apologists."
Whereas up to 1960 "most of
the anti-Semitic broadsides and
periodicals flooding the South
have been published at distant
points and shipped into the re-
gion in bulk for local distribu-
tion," of late there has been a
sharp rise in the amount of anti-
Semitic literature put out in

the South by local southern big-
ots.
These were two of the major
findings of a year-long study by
the American Jewish Committee
into current anti-Semitic trends
in the United States. The study,
published in a pamphlet en-
titled "Bigotry in Action," was
made public here by A. M. Son-
nabend of Boston, president of
the Committee.
It was announced in conjunc-
tion with the opening on Thurs-
day of the Committee's national
executive board meeting, to be
in session through Sunday, at
the Edgewater Beach Hotel.
The study points out that most
professional bigots who hope to
gain influence in the mainstream
of American life are avoiding
the "shock tactics" of George
Lincoln Rockwell and his Amer-
ican Nazi Party.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

golf . . . A third baseball . . .
Sombody finally asked young NY Israel Bonds
Steven what kind of sport he Nets $2,560,000
liked best . . . He looked at
NEW YORK, (JTA) — More
everybody in the room, then
came over and threw his arms than $2,560,000 for the economic
around Sid and said, "MY development of Israel was pro-
GRAN'PA."
vided at a dinner here inaugu-
* * *
rating the 1963 fall campaign of
IRVING ROSENBERG, of Rose the Greater New York Commit-
Shoes, likes to tell about a tee for State of Israel Bonds.
round of golf "Ike" Eisenhower Dr. Dov Joseph, Justice Minister
had in the South, while presi- of Israel, was the principal
dent . . . He flubbed a drive and speaker. The dinner launched
the young Negro lad caddying the year-end phase of a drive in
remarked, "Mister, you sure the metropolitan area to mobil-
goofed on that one." . .. When ize $15,000,000 in Israel bond
the President followed with a investment funds in 1963.
hook into the woods, the caddy
said, "Jeepers, that's even
worse!" . . . Just then another
caddy hastily whispered that the
lad was toting the clubs of the
President of the United States
. . . So when the President sank
a long, tricky putt, his little UNITED BRANDS • DETROIT, U. S. A • 12 PROOF
caddy had a chance to make
amends . . . "Mr. Lincoln," he
enthused, "that was a beauty!"
* * *
Magnificent*
BEST BIT Of Weekend . . .
Pythian Masquerade by Knights
of Pythias, Detroit 55, and Pyth-
7113 PURITAN
ian Sisters, Temple 152, Nov. 2,
2 Blocks West of Livernois
862-2882 For Res.
as Castle Hall, 15787 Wyoming
Ample Parking
. . . $1 donation for charitable
workings of the group.

RABBI M. S. E. ITTAMAR,
best remembered as Rabbi Max
J. Wohlgelernter before moving
to Israel eight years ago to be-
come general secretary of the
Chief Rabbinate, with offices in
Jerusalem, recalls his last visit
12 MILE near COOLIDGE
to the Motor City four years ago
. . . He received some Torahs
LI 2-0330
for new immigrant settlements,
which were presented in Heichal
Schlomo, seat of the Chief Rab-
Susan Sacher Philipson's
binate
. . . During the ceremony
Book Issued by Pantheon
with Steve McQueen and
in Israel, a young yeshivah boy
James Garner
"A Lion for Niccolby" by sang the liturgy . . . As Rabbi
STARTING WED., NOV. 6
Susan Sacher Philipson, re- Ittamar listened, his thoughts
viewed in our last week's issue, were of the boy someday coming
2 Week Run
was published by Pantheon to America for a concert tour
. . . On his present visit, occa-
Books.
sioned by the operation of his
brother, Rabbi S. P. Wohlgelern-
FOR THE BEST
ter, he was able finally to see
At the Piano in
his thoughts come true . . . The
youth is Hahn Eliezer Herstik
0
IN TOWN . . STOP AT
of Tel Aviv, who will sing in
Cobo Hall, Nov. 10, at the Beth
Yehudah Businessmen's Council
dinner, with U.S. Senator Abra-
JACK ROSEVEAR
22040 W. 7 Mile
ham Ribicoff as guest speaker
11635 Greenfield
Near Lahser
Near Plymouth
From
5:30
Nightly—(Except Sunday)
. 23 Michigan communities and
10
KE 4-9528
VE 5-9758
300 local organizations have
COME BY!
been invited because of the im-
Cocktails . . . Hors D'Oeuvres
portance of Ribicoff's address
Dinner . . . Late Supper
. . . Young Cantor Herstik is only
Park FREE in our garage
0
14 years old.
COMPLETE
* * *
THE
PARK
SHELTON
HOTEL
CARRY-OUT DINNERS Chicken
Woodward at Kirby East
TRinity 5-9500 'O
FAVORITE STORIES . . . by
An exquisite Buffet is presented nightly
Shrimp
Sam Wilson, C.P.A. . . . about
in
the
Crystal
Ballroom—Moderate
Price—too!
The
Th
the elderly, bejeweled lady in
Fish
Florida who was boasting about
her remarkable grandchildren
Frog Legs
Something New for You
asked by another sunbather how
Complejs Corry Out Dinners • Free Deliver,
old her grandsons were, the
Bar-B-Q
woman gave her a grateful smile
18401 West 7 Mile Rd.
and replied, "The doctor is
Ribs
Announces its Sunday Morning
four
and the lawyer is six."
Phone 537-7880
* * *
!..11.111111.111111.1 . 11 .11■ 1•MININElb.
NOT ONLY IS the city of
Livonia growing rapidly, but
30 Different Varieties of Food
keeping pace with it is the local
Served Buffet Style — 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Come . . . Try ... And You'll Know Why
chapter of United Synagogue
Adults $2.35 — Children Under 10 $1.65
People Are Raving About the Food at
Youth (U.S.Y.) . . . Thanks to
the efforts of Tillie and Sam
Burnstein, the Livonia Chapter
Northwood's Autumn Special
ITALIAN RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
of U.S.Y. has increased its mem-
Under Supervision of Arminio Beltramello
bership from six to 90 in the
last four years . . . The teens
18800 WEST McNICHOLS
5 Blocks West of Southfield
at $2.65 served from 3 p.m.
are wrapped up in the organi-
(Our other regular menu items are also available)
• LUNCHEONS • DINNERS
zation, meeting weekly at the
Livonia Jewish Congregation
• LATE SNACKS • COCKTAILS
Woodward Ave. at 11 1 /2 Mile Rd.
. . . Rolla Cohen, president of
Finest Selection of Imported Wines
U.S.Y., doesn't bring her dog
JO 4 6688
LI 1-2577 t,
to the meetings because of name
Facilities Available for
conflict . . . Her dog's name is
Lolla!
Parties and Banquets — Call 538-5444
* * *
NEW NAME IN community
American Express, Diner's, Cart Blanche Credit Cards Honored
circles is Imperial Kosher Cater-
Fine American and Italian Food
ing on Wyoming . . . but the
Open daily 11:30 a.m. - 1 a.m.
Cafe
owners of the newly decorated
CLOSED SUNDAYS
COCKTAIL BAR
spot are local standard-ites, Bill
Banquet room available
Kozin and Larry Horowitz . . .
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
TO 9-3988
A face-lifting job ala modernistic
lines is the quick change motif
3020 GRAND RIVER.
Free Parking.
TE 3-0700
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
both inside and outside the Im-
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
perial building.
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
CHOP HOUSE
* * *
Known from Coast to Coast
LAST SUNDAY, Sid and Doro-
CHOICE LIQUORS
35 YEARS SERVING THE BEST IN
thy Gaines had a brunch for MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
friends to meet daughter Mari-
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
lyn and son-in-law Ronnie Kane
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
and their six-year-old Steven,
visiting from Phoenix, Ariz. . . 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
After watching a football game
on television, the conversation CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR 2-8800
led to a general discussion of
sports . . . One said he liked Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
prize fights best . . . Another Music by Muzak
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.

BERKLEY THEATER

"THE GREAT ESCAPE"

Mencotti's

HAMBURGERS

Ole Sapp Aire tRoom

HENRY'S DRIVE-IN

Bmaster Nouse

NORTHWOOD INN

Bountiful Brunch Buffet

ARMINIO'S

Sunday Dinner

-

WHERE TO DINE

Paradiso

CARL'S

DINNERS 5 fo 10 p.m. - BREAKFAST 1 a.m.
LUNCH 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
AFTER THEATRE SPECIALTIES
COCKTAIL LOUNGE .. • . PIANO BAR

ADDED ATTRACTION

Party Banquet Rooms
For All Occasions

OPEN 7 DAYS

20231 JAMES COUZENS

BR 2-0644

Within Walking Distance of Northland

AT GREENFIELD

FREE PARKING

PROVIDE RELIGIOUS TRAINING
FOR CHILDREN OF UNDER-
PRIVILEGED FAMILIES.

ATTEND THE BETH YEHUDAH
SCHOOLS DINNER AT COBO
HALL NOVEMBER 10th.

CALL WE 1-0203
FOR RESERVATIONS

JOEY'S

DELICATESSEN and
TRAY CATERERS

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

• Breakfasts • Lunches •Dinners • Sandwiches

Complete Carry-Out Service

25290 Greenfield, N. of 10 Mi. Rd. LI 7-4533

DyNAINN

Lunches • Cocktails • Dinners

New Policy—Continuous Entertainment, Dancing
Famous Ink Spots Coming Nov.. 4th

14315 LIVERNOIS

TE 4-5111

33-THE DETR OIT JEWIS H NEWS—Friday, November I, 1963

Anti-Semite Professionals Pose as Patriots,
American Jewish Committee Study Reveals

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