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May 22, 1970 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
44—Friday, May 22, 1970

Workmen's Circle Asks Rogers, Thant to Aid Soviet Jews

GROSSINGER'S (JTA) — More by the USSR of the UN Covenant York, was elected as the new pres-
ident of the Workmen's Circle,
than 1,200 representatives from on Human Rights." The conven-
succeeding Breslau, Backer serves
trade unions and labor fraternal tion also adopted a resolution sup- on the board of directors of the
porting Israel and its diplomatic
organizations attending the 70th efforts to secure peace in the Mid- United BIAS Service.
jubilee convention of the Work- dle East.
Isidore Bresau, a vice-president
men' Circle recently adopted
,
unanimously a resolution appeal- of the ILGWU and outgoing pres-
-1(
ing to the government of the So- ident of the Workmen's Circle dis- .
APPEARING NIGHTLY
*
4
viet Union to stop its anti-Jewish closed here that a file of names * • Complete Lunches 11 a.m. to if
4 p.m.
*
of
11
former
Nazi
officials
holding
campaign, to grant Soviet Jews
* • "Happy Hour" Cocktail Time
I:
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
the same religious and cultural important posts in the regime of *
• Show Time 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. '
rignts other national minorities en- President Nasser of Egypt would *
*
:
All Credit Cards Honored
joy and to grant Jews the right to soon be handed over to the United *
*
*
Nations Human Rights Commission. * *
emigrate if they so desire.
*
He cited the list as evidence *
The resolution, which was sent
*
-1(
to Secretary of State William P. that there had been "a renais- * *
Rogers and United Nations Secre- sance of the Hitler-Soviet pact in
i
tary General U Thant, also ap- the Middle East." The list had
pealed "to men of good will every- previously been assembled and re-
18332 W. McNichols 4
GROWN MEN WHO do so much where; to the United Nations, and ported by the Labor Friends of *
* 2 Elks. W. of Southfield Xwy :
for little kiddies . . . these are the to the American government to Israel in London.
-it
531-8877
fellows of Crescent Shrine, whose speak out against these violations
Bernard Backer, 51, of New vrirk**-Irkirk*******irk****0
Annual Crippled Children Night.
Monday at the Raleigh House, will
see two young Livonia girls crown-
ed princesses . . .A 9-year-old
being treated at the Cincinnati
Burns Clinic and a 12-year-old
amputee who was recently given
an artificial limb at the Shrine's
Crippled Children's Hospital in
Chicago . . . The program is be-
ing headed by Oscar Kahan, Cres-
cent chairman, and assistant chair-
man of the Moslem Temple Crip-
pled Children's Committee.
FOLKS AT Domestic Linen have
a big thanks for the Jewish War
Veteran Bowling League . . . Not
that he needed it, but just in cass,
they gave Lou Miller a clock
radio for his high 185 average.
IT'S NOW KNOWN as Slaughter
House No. One and No. Two . . .
and if you're a good enough barber
salon, you get away with a name
like that! ... The fellows at North
Park Towers Barbers have noth-
ing to worry about as they take
over the shop at Charter House
apartments on 9 Mile Rd. also . . .
The hairstyling and culture artis-
tries of Bob Taylor, Roy Calley,
Al Nettie and Howard LaLone are
o
exceptional! . (By the way, the
Charter House shop is part living
room, with barber chairs very con
dusive to easy relaxation . . . no
slaughterhouse was ever like this!)
NATE AND GERT TRAGER
have been married 34 years and
never celebrated an anniversary
together alone! ... Seems that the
date, Aug. 6, always comes out
when he takes his Boy Scout
Troop 23 for its week of camping
at the D-Bar-A Scout Ranch at
Metamora, Mich. . . . Troop 23
originated in the old Hannah Sch-
loss Bldg. and Nate has been its
scoutmaster for over 40 years . . .
It can be said that Nate always
leaves Gert on their anniversary
. . . but really, it isn't as bad as
it sounds . . . They're a wonderful-
ly-happy couple and certainly don't
need any particular occasion to
enjoy each other!
BROILED GROUND SIRLOIN STEAK
S2.25
CORRECT TITLE now is Dr.
Gertrude Gordon . . . The talented
MINUTE SIRLOIN STEAK WITH ONION RINGS
3.45
wife of ork leader and investment
BROILED NEW YORK SIRLOIN STEAK
4.95
man Hal Gordon, was recently
given her doctor of education de-
BEEF TENDERLOIN BROCHETTE
3.50
gree at Wayne University ... Ger-
BROILED TWIN TENDERLOIN STEAK
4.95
trude's fields are educational socio-
logy and special education, which
SURF and TURF (Lobstertail and Tenderloin)
5.50
takes in teaching mentally and
ROAST PRIME RIB OF BEEF, Au Jus
physically handicapped children
4.95
. . . Her doctoral dissertation was
FRIED FILLET OF PERCH, Tartare Sauce
2.25
a "first" at Wayne in which she
wrote 13 songs and a three-act play
FRIED DEEP SEA SCALLOPS, Tartare Sauce
2.75
. . . Congratulations to Dr. Ger-
GOLDEN FRIED GULF SHRIMP, Cocktail Sauce
2.95
trude Gordon.
CALLING JOYCE ROSENBERG
BROILED LOBSTER TAILS, Lemon Butter
5.75
. . . Remember back in 1962 when
hubby Bob was doing his catering
chores and you took the four
youngsters to a picnic at Kensing-
Make all the salad you want just the way you want it, from
ton Park? . . . There was Sheryl,
Chubby's Sensational Salad Bar. Dinners also include baked potato
6, Debb i, 1, and 3-year-old
and sour cream or French fried potatoes, bread and butter.
twins Bruce and Bradley . . .
Everything went smoothly until
you suddenly noticed that Bruce I
wasn't around . . . You looked, I
then went immediately to the con-
cession stand to report him miss-
ing and start searching again . .
A short while later, over the pub-
lic address system came the call
CHUBBY CHARLEY'S, a fine new eatery serving large
for you to come get your son . . .
portions of good food at low prices. And the best drinks
Out of breath, you were there in a
jiffy, but instead of being glad to
in town. 18200 Woodward, just north of 6 Mile Road.
see you, lost little Bruce was mad.
Look for the candy stripes. For reservations phone 869-5254.
exclaiming, "Mommy why did you
go away from me?"

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