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May 10, 1968 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-10

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32-Friday, May 10, 1968

TINE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sisterhood Revises 'Fruit oil Her Hands/

Editors of the
new and revise-
edition of "The
Fruit of Her
Hands," Tempi
Israel Sister-
hood's cookbook
give the proofs
a once-over. The-
are ( from left)
Mesdames -Mau-
rice Victor, David
Zabner, Elmer
Raskin and Aus
tin Kanter. The,
book, now in
hard cover, is of
loosele-f design
so that new recipes may be inserted in the proper section. It contains
descriptions of holiday rituals and the blessinifs for each occasion.
Mrs. Harry Landsman wrote verse, Mrs. Sanford Lakin illustrated
the pages throughout the volume. Favorite recipes of sisterhood mem-
bers are offered. For information or order, call the 'temple office,
UN 3-'7769, or Mrs. Leon Belin, sales chairman, 353-0204. •

Sam Bishop. Northwestern High Coach
for 44 Years, to Retire; Wins Praises

Coach Sam Bishop, athletic di-
•-ector of Northwestern High School
since 1924, will retire this June at
70.
Bishop, whose family belongs
0 7owntown Synagogue. was Lorn
'rt Renton Harbor. and in his
hman year at Benton Harbor
i h, was forced by economic cir-
- ••mstances to leave He en-
! -ed Chicago's Lane Tech High
- : 17ool to learn the printing trade.
,- t lack of funds again forced a
ng.e; he became -_)n apprentice
P inter for eight -ears and played
o•casional sandlot football and

by the Detroit Chapter, National
Football Foundation (1966); and
Distinguished Achievement Award
by the Alumni W Club of Western
.Michigan University (1967).
It was resolved by the Michigan
House of Representatives on April
8 that Bishop be presented by
unanimous accolate of tribute the
highest testimony of' the esteem of
the Michigan House of Representa-
tives. -
Bishop resides at 19330 Sorrento
with his wife.
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SAM EMMER

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PHOTOGRAPHER

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Group Portraits

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BETTER THAN EVER!
1918, Eish -.12 en'ered the
vy. and at Great x ak^s Naval
T-ining Center he rlayed football
-nd starred in many games for
The Sailors. On discharge and re-
n
civilian life. he went hack
MARTY KOSINS
!o Benton Harbor and coac"in?.
while attending night school to
Office: 626-9680
Res.: 626-9662
.orri-‘1 ,‘te his hi ,sh school studies.
-; hop graduate -' -vPhl, onors. and -
-
"nroll^d at Western Michigan Uni
--ay, where he care into his
n. as his natur - .1 athletic tal-
Louis Berry this week was each year to support local corn-
led to his Lrilliant football
named chairman of the annual munity agencies and to aid Jews
dinner of the Jewish National I in all parts of the world. When
His success with the North-
Fund. to be held at the Shaarey war b r o k e out last year in th-
411;5 1•441.4".
ICI
Zedek June 13.
Middle East. he was immediately western High School Colts in
it
toJery football year since 1924 Il
The event wil honor Paul Zucker- made chairman of the Israel
European Facialist and Makeup Artist 1,1
was
the
beginning
of
the
jointly
Emergency
Fund.
man for his manifold Jewish
ll
developed Northwestern a n d
activities and his services to
Born May 31. 1912, in Istanbul. Bishop
1)
career.
Israel.
20211 GREENFIELD ROAD
Turkey, Zuckerman has carved a
NORWAY BUILDING • SUITE 7
Bishop was more than just a
Berry called the planned event deep niche in the world of culture,
DETROIT, MICHIGAN 48235
coach; he was a i-sh -usic.11 therapist.
a momentous occasion chosen to huinan relations and business.
Seling newspapers at the age of Detroit Tiger Willie Horton, a
-acclaim the labors for Jewry by
CALL 272-5770 FOR A FREE BOOKLET
10 in front of the old Cass Theater former student of his, was virtually
an eminent Detroiter.
Zuckerman's present communal was the start of a brilliant business made to walk by Bishop after the
activities include: vice president career filled wih ambition, desire b211 player had an operation on
and executive board member, Jew- and determination that to this day his Achilles tendon.
ish Welfare Federation; vice-pres- has never let up.
Not only athletes, but educators,
ident. United Jewish Charities of
The many enterprises Zuckerman were "Bishop's boys," and Thurs-
Detroit; national chairman, United has been involved in at one time or day night many of 'hem paid tri-
Jewish Appeal; a director, United another include owning a fishing Mite to the coach at a testimonial
fleet in the Red sea, a meat pack- dinner in Roma Hall.
ing plant in E hiopia, an egg-crack-1 Some of the honors and - awards
ing plant in Israel separating and ?onferred upon Bishop are:
exporting frozen yolks and whites,
Outstanding Contributor to the
a hotel off the coast of Venezuela, Pevelonment of Young Men, pre-
suburban housing and shopping ' —ted by the Sixty-Year Club of
C
centers in Florida and Michigan,' Ts , troit (1956); Molder of Men
ataii
6(10;‘,C15061:1-Gi' AT
cattle-raising in California, golf A ward, by Forrest Evasheyski,
OAK PARK' --
3.3343 •
courses and driving rang es. athletic director of Iowa Univer-
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However, at the 1963 St. Erick's Fi'v and also a former student of
World Fair in Stockholm, the U.S. Bishop (1957); indoction. Michigan
Department of Commerce set up Moll School Coaches of Fame,
a large exhibition booth to display - o'imemorating moo
,: than 30
Quality Is Our Name
the main Zuckerman product-the
--nrs' active coaching (1957):
first time peanut butter ever was C'oQ.ch of the Year. by Wayne
All U.S.D.A. Choice Beef
on official exhibit to interest - cnnty Osteopathic Doctors Ass°-
European trade.
Ground Round Patties
15 lbs. @ 79c lb.
• ciq'ion (1959): S^ortsrnpn of the
Zuckerman's rise in the busi- h'e'r, by the Varsifv Club of De-
Cartwheels _
___ 1.05 lb.
ness world has been phenomenal. trrit (1962); Outstar-ling and Meri-
Cube Steaks
89c lb.
Prior to • marrying the former t-•ious Service to Children of
LOUIS BERRY
Helen Fleisher in 1937, he rented "or hwestern High School, by the
Rolled Rotisserie Roasts _ _
89c lb.
a small, rickety building on 12th
Northwestern Alumni Association
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY MEAT
Foundation of Detroit, Sinai Hos-
St. at the Detroit River with
(1 P65) ; Citizen Sportsman Award-.
FREE FREEZER WRAPPED
pital, National American ORT, borrowed money and went into
Detroit Round Table Catholics, the peanut butter business. To-
CALL MON. THRU FRI. 9 A.M. TO 3 P.M.
Jews and Protestants, Wayne day, the huge plant in Livonia
State University Press, Franklin produces millions of pounds of
Hits Country Club; and member Velvet peanut butter annually.
of the Hundred Club of Detroit
David Keys Prop.
321-1711
He is chairman of the board and
and the United States Food for president of Velvet Food Products,
WE DELIVER
Peace Committee. He is a member Inc., chairman of the board of
of Bnai Brith, a 32nd Degree Atlantic Utilities Corp., chairman
.z
On behalf of its 340 affiliated or- Lk 52 SULCUL9—CL2_529-513-SLISLCUUL9ASLCULSULASULSULS19.9.31.1-9-S...
Mason, life member of the of the board of Dynatone Electron-
Shriner's Hospital for Crippled incs Corp., director of Southern ,7anizations_the Jewish Community
Children, life member of Brandeis Gulf Utilities Corp., director of Council of Metropolitan Detroit.
University Association and life Gibralter Growth Fund, and di- urged U.S. government authorities
13520 W. 7 MILE ROAD
PHONE: 342-3554
member of the Jewish Chautaugua rector of Gibraltor Management to take steps to ease the situation
NEXT DOOR TO "HOUSE OF FOODS"
of the "remnant of 30;000 Jews"
Society.
Corp. He is a former president of
He is a former board member Krun-Chee Potato Chip Co. and the r'maining in Poland.
Coinciding with .Worldwide com-
of the Jewish Community Center, Margate Utilities Corp., Vice-pres-
Fresh Air Camp and Cranbrook ident of Sunshine Biscuit Co., and memorations of the 25th anniver-
School Dad's Club, and founder a director of the- Super-Sol Markets sary of the Warsaw Ghetto Up-
With Every Dollar Pur-
of Maryglade College, w h i c h in Israel and the Israel Investors rising during World War II, the
Council
statement
condemned
the
chase
You Will Receive a
awarded him a Knight of Charity Corp. His present business associ-
Delightful Mother's Day
Medallion. He has received cita- ations also include real estate and "ruling CommuniSt Party" for
"recklessly and cruelly unleash-
tions from the Jewish War Vet- other investments.
Surprise !
ing
a wave of terror. intimidation
erans and Fresh Air Camp Society,
Zuckerman and wife Helen have and persecution against Jewish
and a certificate of appreciation two children. a daughter, Mrs. citizens.
Our Rye, Corn & Pumpernickel
from the City of Detroit.
Thomas (Linda) Klein, and a son,
Breads are Unique in Shape and
Declaring that anti-Semitic ac-
Among the many Paul and Norbert, student at the University !ions by Poland's present political
Excellent in Taste.
Helen Zuckerman benefactions of Miami.
leaders can not be allowed to hap- 0
is the gift of a library site. to
nen without protest. the Jewish
WE FEATURE A "DAILY" SPECIAL ON DELICIOUS
West Bloomfield Township and Seek Nursing Home Aides Community Council proposed that
COFFEE CAKES AT 39c lb. . . .
the new 300-seat Auditorium and
A call for volunteers has been stens be taken to permit the early
Conference Center at Sinai Hos- issued by the convalescent homes emigration of Poland's Jews to the
AND TEMPTING ASSORTED CAKE SQUARES
pital, to be dedicated on June 17, in the area. where aged residents United States or to other nations.
AT 39c EACH,
1968, which was described by are in need of friendship and
The Council also urged that the
Sinai President Nate S. Shapero comfort, All readers who are over United States revoke the treaty
as "a gift ranking with the 18 and are wilting to donate at orivileges which Poland now en-
largest ever made to the hos- least one hour per week may call joys as the "favored nation," be-
TRY OUR NO SUGAR, NO SALT
pital."
Barbara Baker, social services de- cause "by its present action it
In 1961 and 1962, Zuckerman partment, Sherwood Hall Con- re"ives the specter of Hitlerism
ea
he aclea thp.Ailied Jewi,-1 Campaign
-Itslert; „.1 -and mocks the memory of _mil-
of Detroitc..rthsing althoSt $5,000,000
lions who were its victims."'
wirnrcircri-ins-nrrynrrinsr-recro
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Louis Berry Appointed Chairman
of iNF Fete Honoring Zuckerman

Tut illARTIN-DAVID
ORCHESTRA

FACIALS and COSMETICS

O.

Local Community
Ars U.S. Aid for
Jews in Poland

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BAKED GOODS . . . FOR THE BEST IN "QUALITY"

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