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April 17, 1970 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-04-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 17, 1970-31

Bonds Aid Technical Industries

By JESS SILVER

Happy Passover

HIGHLAND BOLT & NUT CO.

TO 9-5588

While not the most affluent club for many years drew up the ached-

and
in the National League, the Pirates tile for both the National DreY-
American Leagues. Barney
Barney Dreyfuss built well. He
Dreyfuss were always con-
fuss died in 1932 and Pittsburgh
put
put up Forbes Field for his Pitts-

(Copyright 1970, JTA, Inc.)

For two decades Israel Bond funds have influenced every factor
of Israel's economic activity, and helped to create new industries.
Here, a technician checks out a nuclear spectroscope at Elron Elec-
tronics in Haifa, which also produces computers, generators and
electronic tubes. This year Israel need a minimum of $250,000,000
in Israel Bond investments in order to expand existing industries,
establish new ones and strengthen the economy for the absorption
of 60,000 new immigrants.

64 Victor Ave., Highland Park

Barney Dreyfuss: Neglected Baseball Pioneer

s . ;

Sincerest Passover Greetings

HOA KOW INN

Chinese and American Restaurant
Specializing in Cantonese Foods

13715 West 9 Mile, West of Coolidge, Oak Park
LI 7-4663

burgh Pirates in 1909 and the park
lasted until 1969. At 60, it was the
oldest ball park in the majors. The
Pirates will move to the new Three
Rivers Staduim for this season's
games. Although Dreyfuss and
Forbes Field are gone, let us hope
they are not forgotten. Both played
a big part in baseball history.
A native of Freiberg, Germany,
Dreyfuss arrived in the United
States in 1881 and found employ-
ment in a whiskey distillery in
Paducah, Kentucky. Advised that
outdoor activity would cure his
poor health, he organized and
played on a semi-professional
baseball team. After the distillery
moved to Louisville, Kentucky, in
1888, Dreyfuss became a part-
owner of the Louisville Colonels, a
major league team. He served the
Colonels as secretary and treas-
urer, And became the club's presi-
dent in 1899.
When the National League elim-
inated the Louisville franchise in
1900, Dreyfuss shifted to the Pitts-
burgh Pirates. He acquired com-
plete control of the team in 1901,
and the Pirates won three consecu-
tive National League pennants. At
the end of the 1903 season, Drey-
fuss proposed that his National
League champions meet the Amer-
ican League champion Boston Red
Sox in a series of games. The two
leagues had been at odds prior to
1903, and Dreyfuss believed a post-
season contest would establish
better relations between them, and
would create adidtional interest in
baseball. Although Boston triumph.
ed in the initial World Series, five
games to three, the Pittsburgh
players received more money than
their opponents when Dreyfuss
generally turned over all his pro-
ceeds to his men.

tenders for the pennant. Unlike the
majority of club owners, baseball
was Dreyfuss' only business, and
except for the field manager's job,
he handled every phase of the
Pirates' operation. In 1909 he built
Forbes Field, the first modern
baseball stadium. He personally
scouted the minor leagues for new
talent, and many of his players
became stars. Honus Wagner, Fred
Clarke, Rube Waddell, Paul and
Lloyd Waner, Max Carey, Hazen
(Kiki) Cuyler and Harold (Pie)
Traynor played for Dreyfuss, and
all are members of the Baseball
Hall of Fame. Dreyfuss almost had
two other Hall of Famers but lost
George Sisler on a technicality and
passed up Tris Speaker when he
found out the outfielder smoked
cigarettes.

During his reign the Pirates won
two World Series (1909, 1925), six
National League pennants, and fin-
ished in the first division 26 times.
He served as the National League
first vice president (1929-32) and

JOHN KEYSTONE

A Joyous Passover
To All My Friends

HENRY BURSTON
INSURANCE

18326 Woodward, Detroit
883-1900

Passover Greetings

BLUESTEIN BROS.

Dealers in Scrap Materials

3195 BELLEVUE

WA 2-2720

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Passover Greetings

INTERNATIONAL METAL PRODUCTS CORP.

Coils, Stripes, Sheets — Galvanized, Electrolytic

Oak Park

10621 Capital

LI 8-8111

Happy Passover
To The Jewish Community

Land O'Lakes Creameries, Inc.

TE 4-1400

9140 Roselawn

Israel Advertising

Holiday Greetings to My Friends and Customers

didn't win another World Series
until 1960.
Why isn't Barney Dreyfuss in
baseball's Hall of Fame and why
didn't Pittsburgh name its new
stadium for one of the pioneers of
the modern game? Those are good
questions.

Happy Holiday

By HAIM SHACHTER
Advertising and public relations
Manufacturer of Fine Furs
in Israel embraced 118 firms in
1967-1968. Their staffs consisted of
271 W. MAPLE, Birmingham, Mich.
642-4440
WO 5-4870
663 persons, of whom 88 per cent
300 Riopelle St.
were salaried. Their turnover
amounted to almost 41,500,000
pounds ($12,035,000).
Season's Greetings
This data was arrived at from
Happy Passover

• the first census ever to be under-



• taken of this branch of the coun-
try's economy by Israel's central
office of statistics at the request of
the ministry of commerce and in-
Heating, Cooling and Wiring Contractors
• dustry.
625 LAFAYETTE BLDG.


WA 1-2.345
10163 Gratiot
Fifty-three per cent of the earn-
3,..............................................2 ings of this branch was derived L...
from advertisements in the press;
17 per cent from advertisements
Happy Passover to All Our Friends and Patrons
Holiday Greetings
over the radio; 10 per cent, from
advertisements on street boards; 7
per cent from advertisements in
Specializing In Ameiican Food
theaters; 4 per cent, from public
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relations activities and about 8 per
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cent from other publicity media. It
868-8442
Detroit, Michigan 48203
TO 8-7550
is interesting to note that 87 per
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About- 44 per cent of the total
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advertising turnover was ac-
counted for by the country's six
top firms, each with an annual
turnover of over 2,000,000 pounds
Elmer and Art Wilde, Proprietors
Corrugated Cartons
($580,000). Together these firms
LO 7-4890
employed about 30 per cent of
424 Bellevue
566-8640
:23823 Dequindre, Hazel Park
the workers engaged in the
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tising branch, only such firms were
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover
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taken into account as engaged
to All Our Friends and Patrons
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solely in advertising and public
relations.

LARDNER ELEVATOR CO.

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SQUARE DEAL HEATING
& COOLING, INC.

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MANHATTAN CONTAINER CO.

WILDE REGISTER & GRILLE - CO.

MICHIGAN INDUSTRIAL LAUNDRY, INC.

GEORGE MIESEL & SON

WHOLESALE GROCERS
Serving Restaurants, Hospitals and Institutions

6000

TA 5-7990

Buchanan 1

The public have an insatiable
curiosity to know everything, ex-
cept what is worth knowing. —
Oscar Wilde.

Holiday Greetings

PASSOVER GREETINGS

PAUL'S MENU-ETTE

Bagel Restaurant
& Caterers

Delicatessen and Restaurant
10 Mile Road near Lahser
Southfield, Mich.

Tom and Merre Coleman

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STUDIO GALLERY OF ART

357-9803

Woodward and Vernor
WO 1-3017ii1
Detroit

Louis Dalitz

WE 3-1850

9350 Roselawn

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Passover Greetings

NORTHLAND LAWN
SPRINKLING SYSTEM

Ronald Block

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