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January 31, 1964 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-31

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Fr iday, January 31, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWSH NEW S-26



Civil Liberties Union Wins Case for Nazi

LOS ANGELES (JTA) — The
Southern California chapter of
the American Civil Liberties
Union claimed it had won "the

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The judge held that Forbes
had the rights of free speech
and assembly as a citizen of
the United States, that the
park had previously been
used for political meetings
and that allowing the Nazi to
hold a political meeting did
not constitute "a clear and
present danger."

facilities for

WEDDINGS

Engagement Parties
Bachelor Dinners

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The city had barred the Nazi
on advice of its attorney that
the facilities could not be used
by any individual, group or or-
ganization "deemed subversive
as defined by the State of Cali-
fornia code or which has as one
of its objectives the overthrow
of the government by force, or
other unlawful means."
The judge, however, required
Forbes to post a $1,000 bond
and to file an affidavit that he
would not knowingly commit an
act prohibited by law and that
his speech would not be calcu-
lated to incite a riot, among
several conditions for holding
the meeting.

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Incomparable

atmosphere for

BIRTH DAY
PART I ES

Wedding Anniversaries
Family Celebrations

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Mary Levy, who resigned as
head coach at California "for
personal reasons," has relocated
at William and Mary.

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right of free speech" for Ralph
Forbes, a member of the Amer-
ican Nazi party who had been
barred by the city council of
Rondondo Beach from holding
a meeting in a public park of
the city.
When the ACLU chapter
challenged the ban, it agreed to
act as attorney for the Nazi
when he said he did not have
money for legal representation.
Judge Alfred Gitelson of Su-
perior Court upheld the ACLU
contention and issued an in-
junction to allow him to hold
the meeting.

IDEAL

surroundings for

GREAT
ENTERTAINMENT

BANQUTS

•••:-

King-Size Drinks
Hot Corned Beef and Pastrami

Dinner Meetings

gotta hankerin' for

Business Get-togethers

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FINE DINING?

• Old Tavern Atmosphere

• Delicious Full Course
Dinners

Sing Along With

DON ROTH

Head 4 blocks No. of the
Fisher Bldg. to the . . .

NO• MINIMUM-

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Card Parties
Cocktail Gatherings

i••• ••••

JO 4-5916

PARIS, (JTA)—The third In-
ternational Yiddish Symposium
of the World Jewish Congress,
attended by Jewish intellectuals
from France, Britain and other
European countries, ended with
a series of policy stands holding
that Yiddish was still a power-
ful national institution among
Jews.
The scholars, writers, teachers
and cultural workers were
heard by a large audience of
lovers of the language. Keynote
addresses were given by I. Pou-
gatch, translator of Yiddish and
Hebrew prose and poetry into
French, and biochemist Dr.
Bernard Lindberg.
The participants also agreed
that the status of Yiddish as a
national institution was a fact
accepted in Israel. They held
that it would be rash to try to
foresee the future of Yiddish
but Jewry should not be in a
hurry to write it off.

An elephant cannot pass
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Berechoth 55.

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BIG DATE March 1—is when
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show at Latin Quarter ... This
year's whopper by the ISG gals
is slated to be among the best
by this fine group, ever alert
to aid needy youngsters .. .The
combination of an utra-outstand-
[DOTED ERANElt • ■ DETROIT
ing shindig and proceeds to
charity is an unbeatable one ...
Infant Service Group has it
CONCERT
every year!
JULIE ANN ROSEN received
a scolding from her mother,
SPONSORED
Mrs. Edna Rosen ... Weeping
violently, the six-year-old child
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1964-8:00 P.M.
said, "You don't love me any-
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more." . . . "Certainly I love
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you," Edna protested ... "No
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me like you do when we have
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PLEASE PRINT NAME
MAIL DEPT ... with thanks
ADDRESS
CITY
ZONE
for an item dated back to 1952
about the community golfing
family of Dan Siegel... "We
hope your remembering our golf
will help all of us this year on
the golf course. Yes, we're still
Woodward at 11 1/2 Mile Rd.
playing and each morning win-
ning a cup." ... Blanche, Dan
and Bill Siegel.
BNAI BRITH YOUTH Or-
NORTHWOOD INN can handle from 20 to 500 people in our
ganization is $50 ahead after
own Banquet Rooms with ample parking available.
taking care of booths at recent
SWEET SIXTEEN PARTIES, SHOWERS,
WEDDING RECEPTIONS, BAR MITZVAHS
Criterion Club Carnival ... The
We also do Outside Catering to your Home - Office or Plant.
youngsters netted the proceeds
which turned out much above
JO 4-6688
LI 1-2577
their expectations.
MARILYN KATZ attended a
luncheon in the home of Adolph
and Marge Ruby recently, where
Our Latest "NEW" at the
their eight-year-old daughter,
Suzy, was permitted to sit at
the table after being reminded
that "little girls are seen but
iS
not heard." ... Suzy behaved
like a little soldier all through
the meal, never uttering a
word ... As coffee was being
Breakfast — Lunch — Dinner and Cocktails, too!
served, however, she felt she
Service also continues in
simply had to say something ...
Little Suzy waited for a lull in
the conversation to put in her
Lunch — Dinner — Late Supper — Cocktails
two cents worth ... "Do you
ladies know there are a kind of
Now Appearing—By Popular Demand
dog with two rows of buttons
MARY ANN RITZ, Celebrated Accordionist
on its stummick?"
LOOKING BACK ON COL-
UMNS OF YESTERYEARS
Woodward at Kirby East
TRinity 5-9500
MAY 22, 1953 ... Watch re-
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miscellaneous collection of tiny
wheels and springs a customer
had deposited on the counter
and said, "Are you sure this
Fine American and Italian Food
Open daily 11:30 a.m. - 1 a.m.
was once a watch?" ... The cus-
CLOSED SUNDAYS
tomer assured him that it was,
COCKTAIL BAR
Banquet room available
and lamented the fact that he
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never should have dropped
it ... "Dropping it, you couldn't
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help," said Nate. "But tell me,
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
why did you bother picking it
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
up?"
CHOP HOUSE
JUNE 12, 1953 ...Traffic
Court Referee John M. Wise
CHOICE LIQUORS
had an interesting experience .. MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
A Persian, who is interning in
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Hurley Hospital, Flint, Dr.
Parking Facilities
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how he like this country, he
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said he loved it and hoped he Music by Muzak
could remain after his two years
OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.--Sat. to 2 a.m.
entree permit expires
In
• Breakfasts • Lunches •Dinners • Sandwiches
Persia, he says, the only re-
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course of appeal from a judge DELICATESSEN and
TRAY
CATERERS
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when asked about the other
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lands in the Middle East, he
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paid a compliment to Israel to
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tribution to the sum total of
.Jewish culture.

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