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January 20, 1950 • Page Image 1

…'Cornerstones of Our Freedom': Bulwarks in Battle for Religious Freedom Read. Commentator's Column on Page 2 THE JEWISH NEWS A Weekly Review of Jewish Events Soviet Threat To Jews' Political and Intellectual Position in USSR Expose on Page 24 VOLUME 16—No. 19 708-10 David Stott Bldg.—Phone WO. 5-1155 Detroit 26, Michigan, January 20, 1950 .4ffek7 $3.00 Per Year; Single Copy, 10G Acheson's Approval of Arms for Arabs Creates New Is...…

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…2 — THE JEWISH NEWS JNF Drive Gains Momentum; Crum to Address Donor Drive Purely Commentary Friday, January 20, 1950 Four New Nominees Listed for Federation Election or) Feb. 15 The current drive to Match previous goals of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish National Fund in fund-raising efforts for land-redemption in Israel is By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ Cornerstones of Our Freedoms sading- journalism." "Cornerstones of Religious Freedom in A...…

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…Pressure on for UN Assembly Special Session on Jerusalem Direct JTA Teletype Wires to the Jewish News JERUSALEM—The enlistment term for members of Israel's armed services has been extend- ed to two years under amend- ments to the National Service Law adopted in Parliament Tuesday. Another feature of the amended bill is that women 18 years of age may be drafted for nine-month periods of agricul- tural training. (The UN Palestine Conciliation ...…

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…As the Editor Views the News ... . They Need Your Help New Volume Deals with Reactions of Veterans Action on Genocide Thus far, only Israel, Australia, Norway, Ecuador, Iceland and Ethiopia have ratified the United Nations Genocide Convention which makes an international crime of the killing or destruction of groups of people because of their race, nationality or re- ligion. This Convention requires the signa- ture of 20 UN member nations ...…

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…Civic, Community Leaders Join in New Center Dedication Impressive ceremonies marked the dedication of the new Dex- ter-Davison Branch of the Jew- ish Community Center Monday evening. An overflow audience was -present in the Hyman C. Broder Auditorium of the new branch for the dedication of the struc- ture. Hundreds of Detroiters viewed the building • and its meeting halls, and state and city officials acclaimed the accom- plishments of the Ce...…

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…Efforts of Histadrut Workers Push Drive Past $100,000 Mark Detroit's $300,000 Histadrut campaign went over the $100,000 mark at last Thursday's rally. The capacity crowd, which hon- ored three members of Habonim on their departure for Israel, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Malamud, and JOSEPH BURSTEIN Jerry Dashkin, was addressed by William Hordes, Jewish com- munal leader, Who recently re- turned from Israel. - • Solicitations for the week were highli...…

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…Temple Beth El to Honor Bnai Brith. At Sabbath Eve Services on Jan. 27 Bnai Brith was introduced in Detroit ' in 1857, when Pisgah Lodge No. 34 was founded. The Organizers of Pisgah Lodge were the same men who founded Temple Beth El, Michigan's first Jewish Congregation, which is now observing its centennial anniversary. ' The founders included Jacob Silberman, Marcus Cohen, Louis Beefy, Herman Freedman, Sam- uel Sykes, Simon Heavenrich, Emma...…

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…Congregational Activities New York Cantor To Be Guest Artist At Beth El Concert _ Cantor Arthur Wolfson of Temple Emanu-El, New York, will be the guest artist at the Centennial Hebrew Music Con- CANTOR ARTHUR WOLFSON cert of Temple Beth El, 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 24, at the Temple. Cantor Wolfson has been a soloist at the Academy of Mu- sic, Town Hall and Carnegie Hall and has appeared frequently on the radio. In addition to Cantor Wolfs...…

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…Never Before A Sale Like This We promised you Sen- sational Values. They We have prepared for this sale for six montils—Our are here NOW . . suppliers have made special consessiOns to us so tfiat Take advantage! we can bring you the greatest values in our history. Sheer Satin Striped NINON CURTAINS Quitted SATIN PERMANENT FINISH BEDSPREAD ORGANDY Reg. $6.95 Ruffle Curtains Regularly $34.95 95 98 pair SAVE $15 90 inches lOn...…

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…Toys Enroute to Israel Children "Toys for Is- rael Girls and Boys," collect- ed by the Women's Di- vision of the American Jew- ish Congress, are packed for shipment by Mrs. ARNOLD FRANK, (left) and MRS. JU- LIUS STROSS. Other workers are Mesdames Samuel Bena- vie, Edward R o t h e nberg Joseph Green- berg and Paul Katzer. . 10—THE JEWISH NEWS PWO Sets All-Out Plans Summer Nuptials Friday, January 20, 1950 Membership Drive The launching...…

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…Activitiei in Society Nancy Margulies Wed To Martin S. Myers At a candlelight ceremony Dec. 11 at the Fort Wayne Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. James Berendt, formerly Of Waverly Ave., are Nancy Margulies, daughter of residing temporarily with Mr. and Mrs. Max Berendt of North- Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Mar- • lawn Ave. Mrs. John immerman of Gloucester Dr. is spending the winter months in Miami Beach. Mrs. William M. Fleishman of Whitmore Rd., has returned ...…

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…12—THE JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 20, 1956 g g e st Everything Prices Reduced as Much as 5574, Mink, Leop A mild winter filled our stock room and vaults. So, when we say "Clearance" we mean: Clear them ALL out!, We suggest that if you're con-: sidering a fine fur coat you will be wise to pur- chase NOW! FLAS. 11! Puzzled About the 20% LUXURY TAX? . Forget It... if the tax is removed or reduced by May 1st DAVID & IRVING Furs ...…

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…400 THE JEWISH NEWS-13 CLEARANC113 ever! Friday, January 20, 1950 oes . . Coats, Jackets, Capes, Stoles, rd, Beaver, Persian Lamb DON'T WAIT - ACT NOW! Your Fur Coat Listed Here! These money-saving prices below are unbelievable. Rub your eyes and look again! Our reputation goes with every fur coat in- cluded in the Greatest Clearance of finer fur coats. But, hurry, some coats listed are just. one-of-a-kind. $395 Y495 $295 $245 $245 $89...…

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…14—THE JEWISH NEWS To Wed in June Friday, January 20, 1950 To Wed Detroiter MISS MARILYN LUMBERG Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lumberg of Atkinson Ave. announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Marilyn, to Robert Segal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Segal of 16th St. The wedding will take place June 4. efh Aaron Sisterhood Plans Birthday Party The Sisterhood of Beth Aaron Synagogue holds its sixth birth- _, day party at 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 22, at ...…

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…June Oleshansky Wed By Candlelight Jan. 8 divitico in Socieiy Mrs. N. J. Rossen entertained 24 guests at her home on La- Salle Blvd., in honor of her sister-in-law, Edith Reznick, whose marriage will take place this month. In honor of their 40th anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rothenberg of Calvert Ave. were entertained at a surprise dinner party for the immediate family, given by their children. Mrs. Harry Satovsky of 3455 W. Outer Dr. and...…

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…16—THE JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 20, 1950 Embarks for Israe W V Engagement News Told LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN By Miss. Cohen's Parents AUXILIARY will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, Jan. 23, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. . Jack Cohen of Marcella Berry; 2900 Hazelwood. Parents Reveal Troth Hebrew, Cultural Program Planned The Ladies Auxiliary of the Kvutzah IVrith, in cooperation with the' Kvutzah Ivrith, the Chug Ivri, and the Hebrew Teachers Organiz...…

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…Local, National Figures Address JWF Women's All-Day Institute MRS. S. A. BRAILOVE which will open the program for the all-day affair. Woodrow W. Hunter, assistant director of the Institute for Human Adjustment at the University of Michigan; Harold Silver, executive director of Jewish Social Service Bureau, Norm a Silver, secretary of Health Council, Council of Social Agencies, and Mrs. Ira I. Son- nenblick, case worker at Jewish Home for Ag...…

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…18 — THE JEWISH NEWS Pythian Sisters Install Officers for New Year Pythian Sisters, Greater De- , troit Temple No. 152, installed the following officers for 1950 at Castle Hall, Dexter at Coiling- • wood: Excellent chief, Esther Gold- - stone; senior, Elsie Green; jun- ior, Jeanne Charness; manager, Winnie Aaron; secretary, Ruth Goldman; treasurer, Pauline Eis- ner; protector, Mary Goldsmith; outer guard, Mary Diamond; past chief, Florenc...…

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…• cr.-4 0awslowspwrw.swirwasiamitswwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww -, '•11INIV `Tot and Hot' Bowlers—Averages 5 to 147 THE JEWISH NEWS-19 UN Urges Elimination' Friday, January 20, 1950 Heard' and Recorded By NATHAN ZiPRIN Members of- the United Dairies "Tot and Hot" bowling league, composed of children two to 14 years of age, are shown in Hue shirts and pants which were supplied by United Dairies. The league is . sanctioned by: the American Bowling ...…

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…• Mrs. Werbe's Painting 'Presentiment' Accepted for Butler New Year Show 20—THE JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 20, 1950 Sid Shmarak' s Business Briefs OPTICIANS have STAHL'S just opened a complete optical service at 12244 Dexter (in the American Savings Bank Bldg.) offering fast, competent ser- vice in filling out prescriptions and repairing glasses. They are open daily from 10 to 5, and 7 to 9; Saturdays from 10 to 3. * * * aft. People ...…

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…111101111111111111111 HIMMDMI 191011111011111111MMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM111111111111111111191111191111111111111111111111111111W: Danny Raskin s THE JEWISH NEWS-21 Friday, January 20, 1950 E 0 I . ISTENING T r i1111111111111M 11111111111111111111111111111111111 111 11 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111ff Religious Laborites Present Speakers NCRAC Condemns Loyalty Slurs Of American Counci...…

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…22 Obituaries Amt. MRS. MARY MATZ, 75, of 1675 Hazelwood, died Jan. 12. Funeral services were held at Hebrew Benevolent Society, with inter- ment at Beth Yehudah Ceme- tery. Rabi Leizer Levine offici- ated. She is survived by her son, Ben; daughters, Mrs. Ethel Nagel, Mrs. Anna Kay; 10 grand c hi 1 d r e n; three' great- grandchildren. * * * MILTON LIPTON, 24, of 2667 Tyler, died Jan. 14. Funeral services were held at Hebrew Benevolent S o ...…

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…THE JEWISH NEWS-23 Friday, January 20, 1950 Serious Warning New Book Presents U.S. Defense Plan Classified. Advertisements • LIVING QUARTERS For Sale To Rent Wanted - Exchange •• LIVING QUARTERS For Sale To Rent Wanted Exchange A bombshell will burst on BUSINESS MAN, wife and small child ENGINEER AND wife desire 3 or 4 room need 4 or 5 room income or flat. NW income or apartment. References fur- Monday when Marshall An- section. TY, 6...…

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…Jews Sympathy Toward West Lowers Their Position in Russia 24 — THE JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 20, 1950 Hebrew University President Speaks At Shaarey Zedek Detroit Attorney Terms U. S. German Occupation A Failure BOSTON, (JTA) — Details on the Soviet policy to By AVRUM SCHULZINGER . eliminate Jews from leading parts in the intellectual and That the occupation of west- had enjoyed occupation duty, political life of the USSR are reported he...…

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…Carter CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, 01110 CHRONICLE Vol. 52—No. 16 4. 1>27 Thursday, April 20, 1950 10c a Copy — $3 Per Year Israel Rejects Arab League Peace Terms TEL AVIV — (WNS) — A memorandum rejecting Arab League- peace terms, based on recognition of boundaries as envisaged in the 1947 Palestine partition decision of the UN General Assembly, was submitted by the Israeli government to the United Nations Palestine Conciliation Co...…

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…American ( 7ewish Periodical 0 Thursday, April 20, 1958 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Page 2 TI S Workmen's Circle Gives Awards Hashomer Hatzair Program • .• to Present Member of Knesset to 3 Men for Distinguished Service secretary of the Workmen's Cir- play "The Reach For A Star," Olivet Beasley, executive sec- cle, paid tribute to the Jewish Dov Bar-Nir, Mapam member written and directed by Sam "DEMOCRACY IS on the ropes, retary of the Mic...…

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…( Center CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, OHIO •■• Page 3 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Thursday, April 20, 1950 STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Israel Education Unsettled by Lack of Constitution By PH1NEAS .1. BIRON THE DEBATES ON THE educational system in Israel are not proceeding very favorably in the Knesset. Each political party is clinging to its narrow con- cept of ideological schools. The greatest obstacle is the ab- sence of a constitution, w...…

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…,1 DETROIT JEWISH Page 4 Detroit Jewish Chronicle American ,Jewish Periodical a CHRONICLE 'This Lad Is a Menace!' Published by the Jewish Chronicle POfishing Co., Inc. WOodward 1-1040 2827 Cadillac Tower, Detroit 26, Michigan SUBSCRIPTION: $3.00 Per Year, Single Copies, 10c; Foreign, $5.00 Per Year Entered as Second-class matter March 3, 1916, at the Post Office at Detroit, Mich., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Thursday, April 20, 195...…

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…( Ceder CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, 011I0 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Thursday:Aoril 20, 1950 Allied Jewish Campaign dollars that work at HOME... Whom do your Allied Jewish Campaign dollars help? You don't have to travel far to find out. There's no need to go to Israel ... or to North Africa ... or any other place in the world where the dollars of the Allied Jewish Campaign of Detroit help to meet Jewish needs and to strengthen and ...…

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…American Yetvisk Periodical C Page 6 Thursday, April 20, 1950 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Sofia Winiski; Ben Novik; Stephan P. ence C. Paxton (by Legler Paxton); or Elfie Krupsky; Mildred V. Niemi, Marsha; Leo Adler; Josephine Reed; Mrs. Albert Sampson; Max C. or Emma ll C. Jablonski; Edward T. or Von Mack; Mrs. B. Edelman (Tiustee) Henry J. Linderman; Eugene C. Eugene Thompson; Mrs. Pauline 11111 (Tr) Eve- Gertrude Szymkowski; Frank or Bal. ...…

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…CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, 01110 • Thursday, April 20, 1950 JWV Bulletin The Blood Bank of the Depart- ment of Michigan, through the various posts, is having the mo- bile blood bank at the Memorial Home from 5 to 10 p.m., May 9. jf not already registered, please call in and leave the names of those who wish to, give blood. Call WE. 3-0846. • • • The Robert Rafelson Auxiliary announces the following new of- ficers: Corrine Oppenheim, ...…

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…Americo Jewish Periodical 0 Thursday, April 20, 1950 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Page 8 gn the %aim, of Local Society Sets July Date Betrothal Announced AJC Women Set Luncheons "Know Your Bills," is the sub- ject of the April education study group meetings of the Detroit Women's Division of the Amer- ican Jewish Congress to be held at 12:45 p.m. Monday. Dessert luncheons will be held at the following homes: South—Mrs. Theodore Masser- man...…

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…( Coffer CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, 01110 Thursday, April 20, 1950 Page 9 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Wed at Shaarey Zedek Women s Engagement Told q3ay city notes By ELLA R. ANTHONY Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kahn, and Mr. and Mrs. William Kentz have returned home after extended vacations in Florida. Chi LS • • • Women's Sabbath League in- . vites Jewish women of Detroit The Junior Bnai Brith spon- to an Oneg Shabbat at 2:30 p.m. sored a Ma...…

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…AIalien YeWith Periodical Page IS Northwest Hebrew Sisterhood will observe its annual special Sabbath at 8:30 p.m. Friday. The entire service will be dedicated to Sisterhood members. The event, which will be the last of this season's late Friday evening services, will consist of a symposium on "New Horizons for Jewish Women." Speakers will be Mesdames Max Goldsmith, Philip Heitman and Joseph Markel. Responsive readings will be led by Mesdame...…

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…'al Carter CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, 01110 latest A DE llepor I I Congregations List Services Bltai Brith Highlights Tikvah Lodge orgenthau Lodge • • • Fox Lodge Baseball players of the lodge are requested to contact Morry Victor, TO. 7-1255, or Paul Elias, UN. 3-9363. Tickets are still avail- able for the Lucky ''TV" affair of the lodge at the Mayfair room on Saturday evening, May 6. Chairman Art Tarnopol may be contacted at WE. ...…

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…Americo ffewisk Periodical DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Page 12 Thursday, April 20, 1950 Fred W. Baker; Robert B. Ling; George West, Jr.; Evelyn Jeanne Rowen; Eliza- beth Stocker; Orville C. Howey; Har- . old 0. Erickson, Jr.; Marie Sullivan; Lona E. Dowrie: Williampr Lorraine Krenz; Robert E. O'Brien; Betsy Na- dine Whitehouse; Thomas .1. Stodola; Carlton A. Stewart; Laura Van Dell• Everett W. Lewis; Chas. Leonard Levin; Gertrude Wingar or Ch...…

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…ical Carter CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, 01110 squired Sandra Furst, Ronny Topper with Elaine Iskovitz, Mike Gale with Paulette Anderman, Larry Scharfoos with Sue Freed- man, Don Schmerin with Shirley Kyle, and Eddy Stewart with By HELEN TENNENBAUM Sandy Stone. OF THE finest signs of a • • • lasting peace has popped up QUITE A FEW DETROIT gals at Michigan State college where students from 54 nations are cele- got to meet some of the fello...…

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…Americo "elvish Periodical Thursday, April 20, 1950 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLL Page 14 Chronicle Want Ads Bring Results M. Wednesday Classified Ads Accepted up to 10 A. APTS. AND FLATS WANTED APTS. & FLATS TO SHARE ROOMS FOR RENT NICE furnished room for single man, COUPLE desperately need 3 or 4-room or a working couple. Unlimited tel- apt. or income. N.W. section. TE. ephone. TO 6-8117. 4-6992. WOMAN will rent room to another EMPLOYED ...…

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…Ica! Center CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, 01110 N rage $ DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Thursday, April 20, 1950 two sons, Al and Joseph; two daughters, Mrs. William Halperin In loving memory of our dear of Chicago. SAMUEL WIDER, 80, of 9248 and Mrs. Earl • Propp father and grandfather, Abraham • • Quincy avenue, died April 8. Fu- passed away 29 days BEN FILKOFF, 2649 Hazel- Lott, who FIRST INSERTION neral services were held at the in Nissan...…

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…American Yewish Periodical a 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111.11.11111111.11111111111 ■••••••••••----.--- Thursday, Ap sril -20, 1950 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Page 16 The Men Who Direct the Allied Jewish Campaign Morris W. Zack. TOO BIG A JOB for any one man—or any three—the guidance of Detroit Jewry's annual drive to fulfill the needs of its commu- nity and its brothers overseas has been divided among three groups of Detroit ...…

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…'atter CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, 01(1(1 .73Ettzda-Lt .Tau.rah, HR NICLE Vol. 52—No. 29 27 Thursday, July 20, 1950 10e a Copy — $3 Per Year Israel to Throw in Lot With !Western World UN Council issues Report on Jerusalem LAKE SUCCESS — (Special) — The UN Trusteeship Council has made public its report to the General Assembly of the United Nations on its efforts to implement the inter- nationalization of Jerusalem. 4' The report ...…

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…American Jewish Periodical Ca, DETROIT JEWISH Paget Poles Purge Jewish Officials, Christian Monitor Charges Thursday, July 20, 1950 CHRONICLE Discussing Projects Adler Heads Absentee Vote C ommittee • BOSTON — (WNS) — The will go to Moscow, ostensibly for elimination of Jews from all high a visit as has often occurred be- civil and military positions in Po- fore, but that this time they will land was forecast in an article not be allow...…

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…ew er CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, OHIO Thursday, July 20, 1950 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Page 3 Leaders' Quality Declines With Z OA Importance By PIIINEAS J. BIRON AT THE BEGINNING of Zionism, when Jewish na- tionalism was weak a mediocre Zionist leadership would have been fatal to the movement. Also in the years immediately preceding the es- tablishment of the Jewish state such a leadership might have missed the boat of history. Toda...…

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…11111.11111.1114ffiericam ,newish Periodical a DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Page 4 Detroit Jewish Chronicle Published by the Jewish Chronicle Publishing Co., Inc. WOodward 1-1040 2827 Cadillac Tower. Detroit 26. •lichigan SUBSCRIPTION: S3.00 Per Year, Single Copies, 10c; Foreign, S5.00 Per Year Entered as Second-class matter March 3, 1916, at the Post Office at Detroit, Mich., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Where to Go By GERALDINE TAPPER, ...…

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…( Carter CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, OHIO Thursday, July 20, 1950 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE cage S Boy Seoul Briefing Vandenberg Ferguson Vote Against FEPC Filibuster JNF to Make Tisha b'Ab Appeal The Jewish National Fund will make its traditional Tisha b'Ab appeal in Detroit's synagogues Saturday. Spurred by additional recent I to the contrary—(which I do not evidences of employment dis- anticipate). " crilo..lation against Jews, ...…

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…Americo Jewish Periodical et Thursday, July 20, 1950 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Page 6 gn, the %aim of Local Society Wed at Country Club Society notes To Marry Brothers Mrs. Nathan Kaletsky (former Detroiter) of Los Angeles, Cal., is visiting relatives and friends in Detroit. Mrs. George Altman and daughters, Barbara and Peggy of Glendale avenue are vaca- tioning in the Catskill Moun- tains. Mrs. Saul Grant of Mendota avenue is visitin...…

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…e after CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, 01110 Page '1 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Thursday, July 20, 1950 Engagement Announced Bay city notes Lois Aronsson Wed By ELLA R. ANTHONY Guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Roman is the latter's sister, Mrs. A. Neumann of Buffalo. * Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Feld- man, and family, have left this city to make their home in Sag- inaw, Mich. • Mrs. Joel Goldberg, and Mrs. Max Hertzenberg spent Thursday in Detroit...…

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…Americo, 'wish Periodical ( DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE - Page X Thursday, July IS, 1954 Honeymooning in Florida aronide culinary Corner , Wed 50 Years By EDITH GOODMAN For an easy and refreshing dessert, Mrs. Kenneth Herman offers the following: ORANGE PUDDING Peel and slice two or three oranges, place in bottom of casserole and cover with cup of sugar. Make a custard of: 1 pint of milk 1 tablespoon of corn starch Dash of salt 3 egg y...…

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…a! center CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, 01110 Thursday, July 20, 1950 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Piano Soloist Page 1 Campus and Hich Jinks By HELEN IINNENDAUM PHIL ROTHSCHILD THAT men are I T still APPEARS slaves to fashion and tra- dition. When the sun begins to cast out its burning rays and the air is humid and hot, the men may loosen their tie, but the ma- jority of the hombres still keep their suitcoats on and collar but- toned ...…

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…American Palish Periodical OA Page 10 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Thursday, July 20, 1950 Chronicle Want Ads Bring Results Classified Ads Accepted up to 10 A. M. Wednesday Rates: 6c Per Word. Minimum Charge $1.00, Payable in Advance of Publication 2827 CADILLAC TOWER APTS. & FLATS WANTED COUPLE DESIRES flat In Linwood- Dexter area, both employed, refer- ences. TY. 7-5241. WO. 1-1040 WE HAVE to move in two months. Would appreciate 5 or 6...…

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