Try and Stop Me
By BENNETT CEFtF
YOUNG VISITOR, anxious to please patriarch Bernard
Baruch, told him recently, "My, sir, you're looking
well!" Angrily, Mr. Baruch replied, "The fellow who an-
nounced that there are
seven ages of man was
wrong. There are three.
The first is Youth. The
second is Middle Age.
And the third is, 'My, sir,
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Excludes Local Aid
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The United Jewish Appeal Cam-
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bia, will have a new format in that
the drive will be strictly for over-
seas purposes. The only benefi-
ciaries of the campaign will be the
United Israel Appeal and Cana-
dian Jewish Congress UJRA.
PAUL NEWMA N'S
211 S. Saginaw, Pontiac, Mich.
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you're looking well!' "
"I have implicit trust in
you," a Miami Beach mer-
chant assured Jackie Glea.-
Son, "because I've observed
that fat men are invariably.
honest." "You'd be too," re-
sponded Gleason, "if you
Couldn't run very fast."
Grover Brown's nomina-
tion for the toughest tongue twister of the year: "A skunk sat
on a stump, The skunk thunk the stump stunk, and the stump
thunk the skunk stunk."
A patron asked a waiter at an all-night delicatessen on the
Main Stem, "How's business?" "It could be worse," opined the
waiter. "I might own it!"
I WANT TO BE
EnjoyNthat special "tom"
of Passover menus...
enhanced by fine poultry
1965, by Bennett Cerf. Distributed by King Features Syndicate
Israel Offers Aid to Quake Victims
SANTIAGO, Chile (JTA)—Israel to send antibiotics, X-ray films and
offered to the government of Chile other pharmaceutical and medical
supplies needed to aid the victims
of March 28's catastrophic earth-
quake, which caused many deaths
and left many thousands homeless
in the central regions of this coun-
The aid was offered through the
Israel embassy here by Israel's
foreign minister, Golda Meir.
The Jewish communities in the
IS THE BEST PLACE
TO GET YOUR CAR."
Better Every Way
Leaders of the Central Commit-
tee of the Jewish Community hand-
ed a check for 10,000 escudos ($10,-
000) to Secretary of the Interior
Bernardo Leighton, telling the lat-
ter that the sum was only a first
installment, and that a campaign
for more funds would be conducted
among the Jewish population here.
President Frei received a check
for $20,000 from a Jewish immi-
grant, A. Burger, a refugee from
Nazi Germany, who owns a cloth-
20811 W. 8 Mile Road
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Sidney M. Shevitz and Irving
Pokempner, co-chairmen of the
Joint Committee of the Jewish
Community Council and Zionist
Council, urged support of Senate
Bill S-948 which at a c k s trade
boycotts directed against foreign
countries with which the United
States maintains friendly relations.
Introduced by Senators Harri-
son Williams (D-N.J.) and Jacob
Javits (R-N.Y.), the proposal de-
clares; "It is the policy of the
United States to oppose restrictive
trade practices or boycotts, fos-
tered or imposed by foreign coun-
tries against other countries favor-
able to the United States."
Commending Michigan's Senator
Philip Hart for his involvement
as one of the co-sponsors of the
proposed anti-boycott measure,
Shevitz and Pokempner urged that
organizations and individual ex-
pressions be sent to the other mem-
bers of Michigan's congressional
delegation requesting their sup-
port of S-948.
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Josef Beke, a Hungarian Jew-
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e • THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Bold Coast-to-Coast at better chain and neighbor-
flood stores, days and specialty food stores and
Kosher butcher shops.
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7641 W. 7
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25254 Greenfield, Oak Park
GOLDIN, KOTIN & SMITH
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SHOPPING CENTER MARKET
THE J. L. HUDSON COMPANY
23057 Coolidge, Oak Park
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ish engineer, was his country's
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18229 Wyoming, Detroit
12101 JOSEPH CAMPAU
Minutes Away via.
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s the Danube in Budapest.
Soaked and Salted.
In a memorandum sent this
week to affiliated organizations,
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During Passover, when only the best will do, enjoy the
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• • EDMOND
affected area suffered little dam-
age on the whole, but Jewish or-
ganizations here, as well as in-
dividuals, were contributing
large sums for aid to the earth-
• Better Service
• Better Deals
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13925 W. 9 Mile, Oak Park
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13721 W. 9 Mile, Oak Park
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7007 W. 7 Mile, Detroit
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