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April 08, 1960 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-08

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• (Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON, (JTA) — The re-
mains of 200 Jeivish victims of
the Nazi occupation of Poland
have been exhumed at Timbark
and reinterred in a Jewish
cemetery in Cracow, the Folk-
stimme reported.
The Warsaw Yiddish news-
paper noted that, although 15
years have passed since the
liberation, victims of Nazism
were still being exhumed from
mass graves throughout Poland.
In Maskiw-Podhalanski, a tomb-
stone was set up at a mass graVe
of 146 Jewish victims.

preted as denying to Israel
the right_ to • use the Gulf of
Aqaba, which is bordered not
only by Israel but also by
United Arab Republic and
Saudi Arabia.
At Tuesday's session of the
conference, Israel's delegation
chairman, •Gideon Rafael, reas-
serted Israel's traditional in-
sistence on the claim that the
"territorial sea" does-not extend
beyond six miles.. -
"We are in favor of fullest
measure of freedoth of naviga-
tion," Rafael declared, "and this
would be impaired by any un-
due extension of territorial sea
or any other restrictive meas-
ures changing well established
rules and practices. We con-
sider that the maximum of six
nautical miles for territorial
sea meets the requirements."
Regarding fishing rights,
the Israeli said his government
would accept extension on the
six-mile limit to an additional
six miles if suitable safeguards
were provided to "avoid undue
harm to existing rights."
Rafael made a plea for agree-
ment by the conference on the
two points on its agenda, call-
ing upon all opposing sides to
find compromises, but in regard
to territorial sea limitations,
he insisted Israel is anxious
to guard against any encroach-
ment upon our sovereignty,
which is the shield of our in-
dependence and liberty." He
pointed out that Israel's mer-
chant marine has - increased
from "negligible beginnings" to
250,000 gross- registered tons
and state: "We are planning. a
further increase in the near
future."

Yaakov Tsur to Head
Keren Kayemeth Board

House Passes Bill
for 5,000 Refugees

GENEVA. — The issue of
freedom of navigation which
concerns Israel not only in
regard to shipping through the
Suez Canal but also because the
Arab states have been advocat-
ing steps that might result, in
curbing Israel's freedom of
marine movement in the Gulf
of Aqaba came forcefully to
the front here Tuesday at the
second United Nations confer-
ence on the law of the sea.
The conference, which haS
been in session since March 17,
has on its agenda only two
items—breadth of the so-called
"territorial sea" involving the
limitation of the sea area that
a nation may claim as being un-
der its own jurisdiction, and the
limitation of fishing areas.
Arab_ spOkeamen have been
insisting since the conference
opened that the "territorial sea"
limitation be fixed at 12 miles.
Such a limit could be inter-

,

Jews
Remains of
Killed by Nazis Are
Reinterred in Cracow

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Y a a-
kov . Tsur, former Israel Am-
bamssador to France and pres-
ently a member of the execu-
tive of the Jewish Agency, was
elected chairman of the board
of the Keren Kayemeth, the
Jewish National Fund, the Jew-
ish land redemption agency.
He succeeds Dr. Abraham
Granot who was elected to the
post of president of the Keren
Kayemeth. This position had
been left vacant since the
death 19 years ago of Mena-
cheth M. Ussishkin, founder and
first president of the Fund. Jo-
seph Weitz was elected chair-
man of the Keren Kayemeth de-
velopment committee.

MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!

- Sammy Woolf

.

And His Orchestra

UN 1-2953
UN 3-8982
UN 3-6501

canny nas tem- s

LISTENING

however, to hear her say, "And I not too old for that sort o

bless mommy and daddy and thing."

RENAISSANCE MUSIC GUILD PRESENTS

RALPH KIRKPATRICK

and

TOLEDO ORCHESTRA

THE
Sunday, April 10, 8:20 P.M.—Scottish Rite Cathedral, Masonic
Temple, Mozart, Symphony 31; Haydn, Harpischord concerto; Bach,
5th Brandenburg concerto; Vivaldi, Overture to Olympiad; William
Flanagan, Divertimento; Charles Ives, Unanswered Question.
Tickets: Grinnell's or 1320 Cadillac, VA 2-6543-43.85, $3.30, $2.75,
$2.20, $1.65.

SS 2' ,19%

.

WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The
House passed by a voice vote
a bill to admit 5,000 refugees
I from Iron Curtain countries
now in Western Europe. The
bill continues for two years the
authority of the Attorney Gen-
eral to admit refugees by parole
instead of regular immigration
procedure.
Chairman Francis E. Walter,
of the House Immigration Sub-
committee, revealed in the
course of the debate that there
is virtually no chance for House
action this session on the sweep-
ing Changes - in the McCarran-
Walter Immigration Act re-
quested by President Eisen-
hower in March.
The President's proposal
would double the number of
immigrants admitted yearly.,
Rep. Walter, a Pennsylvania
Democrat, said his subcommit-
tee first wants to study "the
capacity of this country to ab-
sorb them."

STARTING MON., APRIL 11 — 1 WEEK ONLY!

TOP HAT Supper Club

Presents Matt Gouze's Troop

baritrang

Internationally Famous
Singers — Dancers --- Instrumentalists

Playing for Dinner---Dancing--Floor Shows

NO COVER—NO MINIMUM—NO DOOR CHARGE

73 UNIVERSITY, WINDSOR—Block from Tunnel Exlf--WO 3.3742

. ON APRIL 13, 1945, an ema-
ciated 80 lb. youth, with mem-
ories of two years of •slave labor
BUSINESS MEN'S
at Auschwitz-Buna,-escaped with
LUNCHEON—$1.00 Up
his older brother from a six-day
death march during which they
SUNDAY DINNER—$1.75 Up
had been neither fed nor given
1:00 to 5:00 P.M.
drink . . . Ben Kawer was only
19 years old that day and had
toiled under the Nazi horror
machine for two long years as
an industrial painter . . . Two
days after escaping -the death
Imported Wines and Beers
march, Ben and his brother,
Mon. thru Fri.,OP1r2:370 7-A
unYcSh. AMW
onE. Ehr
u Thurs., 5-9;
Lazar, reached the American
Fri., 5 p.m. til Midnight; Sat., 5 p.m'. til 2 a.m.; Sun. 1-10
forces and were released into a
18455 LIVERNOIS, between 6 & 7 Mi. Rd.
more nearly normal life where
UN 1-8591
someone cared about them .. .
Now, 15 years later, Lazar, who
lost a wife and children to the
Nazis, is remarried and living
with his wife and two children
in Costa Rica .. . Ben lives in
Oak Park, is married to the
Prime Beef at its Very Best! Pies baked on prem.
ises. Special Luncheons and Dinners. Menus changed
former Esther Horowitz and has
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
three youngsters . . . The gnaw-
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 BIk. E. of Evergreen
ing memories of the war years BEEF BUFFET
have never left ... The night-
mares have -ceased, but thoughts
DUBBS BEEF BUFFET
of the bad years do return .. .
• PRIME BEEF • SHRIMP • LOBSTER
• DELMONICO STEAK
• CHICKEN
These memories were deliber-
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD
UN 4-7897
ately revived recently,• when the
OPEN
DAILY
11
8:30
P.M.;
SAT.
& SUN. to 9 P.M.
Kawers attended an unusual
reunion in the Concourse Plaza
Dancing 6 nights — Don Pablo arch.
Chicorels'
Hotel in New York . . . The
Dinners 5 p.m. Banquet parties to 100.
nearly 1,000 survivors of the
Kenwood
Free Parking — OPEN SUNDAYS
Buna compound of Auschwitz
FENKELL COR. TELEGRAPH
KE • 7-7377
Concentration Camp were deter-
mined to revive the unpleasant
Fine American & !Italian Food
memories, lest the horrible ex-
Open daily 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m.
periences they survived be for-
CLOSED SUNDAYS
COCKTAIL
BAR
Banquet room available
gotten . . • Purpose of the
17632 WOODWARD North of 6 Mile
TO 9-3988
reunion was to establish a
memorial scholarship fund in
EDDIE'S RESTAURANT - DELKATESSEN - TRAY CATERERS
memory of the 190,000 Jews who
OPEN DAILY 7:30-2 A.M. SAT. TO 3 A.M. CLOSED TUESDAYS'
were exterminated at Auschwitz-
Breakfast • Lunch • Family Dinners • Special Children's Rates
Buna . . . Initial donations to
TUESDAY AVAILABLE FOR, PRIVATE PARTIES
the fund are being made by the
8926 W. 7 MILE at WYOMING
DI 1-5881
survivors of A-Buna who live in
the United States and Canada
. . . Many of the contributions
29501 NORTHWESTERN HWY. bet. 12 & 13 Mile
represent money survivors re-
Open Daily 10 A.M. - 8 P.M. Closed Mondays
ceived in a mass legal settle-
Serving Chicken & Turkey Luncheon and Dinner
CARRY
OUT SERVICE — PRIVATE ROOM AVAILABLE
ment from the I. G. Farben
CALL THOMAS McINERNEY — EL 6-9222
German industrial firm for
whom they toiled at Auschwitz-
Buna . . . Only children of the
survivors will be eligible for the
ADAMS AT WOODWARD
AT AN -
scholarships, which will be held

UNBT.LI7.VABLE
SERVED FROM 5 TO 9 IN
in escrow for several years,
OUR THEATRE LOUNGE
74-
since none of the survivors as
EVERY EVENING
yet have children of college age
Complete Dinner—from appetizer to dessert
. . . What children there were
at A-Buna met death in the gas
U.S. PRIME 12-0Z. FILET MIGNON
chambers . . . It was difficult
Introducing Bill Franko, former chef at the
Diners' Club and
American E x-
for those gathering to recognize
LONDON CHOP HOUSE
press Cards
their fellow prisoners who, 15
Hosts to Detroit: William Boesky and son, Ivan
Honored
years before, had borne shaved
Lavish SMORGASBORD with finest mar-
heads, blue and white striped
inated and smoked fish, dozens of hot and
uniforms and were each many
cold dishes. Complete Continental Kitchen
chops, lobsters, duck, etc. Beautiful private dining rooms for
dozens of pounds thinner and —steaks,
parties. Home and business catering. Lunch from $1.25. Dinner from $2.95.
more starved looking . . . But FREE PARKING 1014 E. JEFFERSON WO 2-1042
there was no difficulty in recog-
3020 GRAND RIVER Free Parking. TE 3-0700. Pri-
nizing their purpose . . . They
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
believe that mankind will profit
more than 26 years. Al] Beef aged in our cellars.
by remembering what happened CHOP HOUSE
at Auschwitz . . . They want to
keep . those memories alive by ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of foods, Steaks,
passing them on as lessons' of Chops, Chicken Club Sandwiches. Short Orders. Delicious Hamburgers.
history to coming generations "Served as you like it."
. . . They feel that the schol- 20176 LIVERNOIS AVE., 11/2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
Open 24 Hours
arship fund will help achieve
this goal . . . which is why a
CHOICE LIQUORS
BANQUET FACILITIES
cheerful, hard-working insur- MARIA'S PIZZERIA
ance agent with a nice little
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
house in Oak Park and an at-
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
tractive dark-haired wife, would
7101
PURITAN—Open
11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
take time from work and fam-
ily to journey to a unique and
heart-rending reunion to revive CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR 2-8800
memories of a tragic time in Serving. Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
his life.
Music by Muzak
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
* * *

I
ANATOLES

.

WHERE TO DINE

HERC'S

Paradiso Cafe

McINERNEY'S FARM and OLD CIDER MILL

BRASS RAIL CHOP HOUSE

15

Stockholm

CARL'S

BARBARA MINTZ, five-year-
old daughter of Rita and Sol
Mintz, was saying her go-to-bed
prayers in a very low voice . : .
"I can't hear you, dear," Rita
whispered . . "Wasn't talking
to you," said little Barbara

The Cundari reach the finest
cuisine in a continental back-
ground with a choice of Amer-
ican and European specialties.

Luncheon 11 a..m-3 p.m.; Din-
ners 6-10 p.m. After-Theatre
Snacks 'till 4 a.m.

20021 W. McNichols •cor. Evergreen — For Reservations — KE 3-2766

— THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 8, 1960

Vital to Israel's Navigation Rights

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