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December 20, 1963 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-20

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Friday, December 20, 1963—THE DETROIT JEW ISH NEWS-26

Holy Places to Be Visited by Pope

WORKMEN'S CIRCLE BRANCH 227

GALA NEW YEAR'S EVE BALL

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TUESDAY, DEC. 31, '63-9:30 P.M. 'TILL ?

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Entertainment and Fine Music
JOE MELTON'S ORCHESTRA
• BUFFET • FAVORS • DONATION $4 PER PERSON
CALL: DI 1-1639; UN 4-1432 or KE 7-5440



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DETROIT LINK NO. 57 ORDER of the GOLDEN CHAIN

Gala New Year's Party

December 31, 1963

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Catered by Sammy
• Hors D'Oeuvres
• Sweet Table
• Bar Set Ups

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Charge Employment Agencies in Toronto
Practice Racial, Religious Discrimination

The Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith has whitewashed
upstate New York Democratic
Rep. Samuel S. Stratton, accused
by his political enemies as a
Nazi sympathizer.
He is regarded a leading can-
didate for next year's senatorial
race.
Stratton was guest of honor
and principal speaker at an ADL
fund-raising dinner in New York.
An article in a recent ADL
bulletin explained that Stratton
made a six-day trip through
Nazi Germany in 1936 (at the
time he was a junior at the Uni-
versity of Rochester) and re-
ported that he had been im-
pressed by some aspects of the
material gains under Hitler.
This report, the ADL story
said, was given an anti-Semitic
twist and was a "classic example
of an unfounded accusation of
anti-Semitism." The ADL story
was signed by Bruce Felknor,
executive director of the Fair
Campaign Practices Committee.
In his address at the ADL
dinner, Stratton urged strong,
public pressure to insure pas-
sage of President Kennedy's
civil rights bill.

Solomon Nominated
to Protestant School
Body of Canada City

MONTREAL (JTA)—For the
first time in the educational his-
tory of the City of Westmount, a
Jew, Dr. David Solomon, of Mc-
Gill University's Department of
Sociology, and of a family long
associated with Montreal Jewry,
has been nominated to fill a
vacancy in the School Commis-
sion of the City of Westmount.
Past records would indicate that
nomination by the Westmount
Municipal Association is tanta-
mount to election.

KE 5-3455

sion, which was asked to bring
representatives of employment
agencies together and persuade
them to cooperate actively to
support the anti-bias law.
According to the Labor Com-
mittee, a recent telephone sur-
vey has shown that 14 out of 15
employment agencies in this
city were not only willing but
eager to help a prospective em-
ployer to discriminate against
various "undesirable" job ap-
plicants. Among such "undesir-
ables" were Jews, Negroes,
Orientals, Italians, Catholics,
Europeans in general, French
Canadians, Germans and "im-
migrants" in general.
"Only one agency refuse the
request" to discriminate, the
Labor Committee stated. "The
placement agency," the report
added, "has become the enthusi-
astic instrument of racial dis-
crimination." One of the endors-
ing organizations making up the
Labor Committee for Human
Rights is the Canadian Jewish
Congress.

Anti-Jewish Slogans
Smeared in Guatemala

ante

DECEMBER 31st

This map spotlights the Holy Places in both Israel and Jordan that are included
in the planned visit by Pope Paul VI, Jan. 4-6.

of New York Democrat
Samuel S. Stratton

Rothe Goldstein

,gssuuutsizium.suuuu.....uuuumiu) ,
MID-WINTER

U.A.R.

ADL Clears Name

Music by Sam Emmer
• Complete Steak Dinner
• Breakfast
• Favors

For Reservations Call:

$13 per person

Negev

TORONTO, (JTA)—Asserting
that the majority of employment
agencies now practice racial
and religious discrimination on
behalf of employers who are for-
bidden by law to bar members
of any racial, ethnic or religious
groups from jobs, the Toronto
and District Labor Committee
for Human Rights—endorsed by
the Jewish community — took
steps to try to curb these dis-
criminatory practices.
A request was filed with the
Ontario Human Rights Commis-

Temple Israel

9 P.M . - 3 A.M.

COCKTAILS AT 8:30
DINNER AT 9:00 P.M.
(Catered by Holiday Manor)

Rome Communists,
Socialists Swap
Anti-Jew Charges

Breakfast will follow Dancing to

ROME (JTA) — Italian and
Socialist leaders exchanged
charges and counter-charges of
anti-Semitism, the Socialists ad-
vising the Communists to ex-
amine the Communist "record
in this respect"—obviously re-
ferring to anti-Semitism in the
Soviet Union.
The fracas started when Piet-
ro Nenni, leader of the lef t-
wing Socialists here and now
Vice-Premier, used the word
"ghetto" in a speech in parlia
ment, saying that, by joining the
coalition government, the So-
cialists had at last emerged
"from the ghetto."
Palmiero Togliatti, leader of
the Communists, then accused
Nenni of "a lapse into anti-
Semitism, offensive to Jews and
workers." Whereupon Avanti,
the Socialist Party's organ,
stressing that the use of the
word by Nenni was intended in
a general sense, challenged the
Communists on their attitude
toward anti-Semitism, saying:
"We Socialists, who have never
been anti-Semitic, will continue
to fight to pull down the walls
of all ghettoes into which human
beings are enclosed."
Nenni himself added in a
statement in Avanti: "I know
that, from the ghettoes imposed
upon Jews for centuries have
come manifestations of moral
and intellectual courage and
heroism." The Communists here
have never acknowledged the
difficult situation in which
Soviet Jews find themselves.

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DICK STEIN'S BIG BAND
With JOE CORNELL

Set-Ups Available

$25.00 per couple

ROSMAN SOCIAL HALL
CONGREGATION BNAI MOSHE

10 MILE - KENOSHA — OAK PARK

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FOR TICKETS
General Chairman
SIMON GOLDMAN — LI 5-3181
or THE SYNAGOGUE OFFICE — LI 8-9000

ry

Classified Ads Bring Results

Choice reservations still available

DECEMBER 31st

BETH AARON MEN'S CLUB

WINTER BALL

Social Hall

1800 Wyoming

LARRY FREEDMAN

and his renowned dance orchestra
Entertainment and Floor Show
GUATEMALA CITY (JTA) —
Swastikas and the phrases "Heil
Hot and Cold Hors d'oeuvres
Hitler" and "Juden Raus" were
Full
course Prime Rib Dinner
found smeared on walls of the
(catered by Mayfair)
hotel Posad Belem in Antigua,
Set-ups
and on cars parked by the hotel.
Sweet Table
Continental Bkst,
The first Central American Pan-
Noise Makers
Favors
galore
ama Jewish Youth Seminar is
$25.00 per couple
taking place in Antigua, an an-
cient colonial capital which was
For a barrell of fun and frolic — call
once a major tourist attraction.
Jerry Silberman
Synagogue Office
Charley Chaplin got his acting
Carlos Garcia Cortez. Gover-
DI 1-0436
UN 1-5222
nor. of Antigua, moved to avoid start in the role of a soccer
future incidents, and provided goalie.
police protection for the Semi-
nar. He criticized the smear-
ings. Miguel Collado, local tour-
ist director, also assailed the
vandalism, attributing it to "ir-
responsible rabble-rousers" seek-
Is Again Almost Sold Out!
ing to prejudice the good name
and hospitality of the Guate-
malan people.

OUR 5th ANNUAL NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY

Olympic Buddies
Judge Hugo Friend of Chica-
go and Charley Bacon of the
New York Athletic Club, team-
mates of the 1906 Olympic team
which competed in Athens, still
correspond. They marched
shoulder - to - shoulder into the
1959 Pan American Games in
Chicago. Judge Friend picked
up a bronze medal in the broad-
jump in Athens while hurdler
Charley is America's oldest liv-
ing gold medalist.

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS IMMEDIATELY
BY CALLING: EL 6-8210 or DI 2-4616

• 10 Course Sit-Down Dinner
• Breakfast
• Set-Ups
• Dancing to The Tunes of SAMMY WOOLF And His Orchestra
• $15 Per Person
• Catered by Baum

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31st



9 P.M. TILL???

CONGREGATION BNAI DAVID

24350 SOUTHFIELD RD., between 9 and 10 Mile Rds.

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