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October 14, 1960 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, October 14, 1960

Marlene Dietrich to Be Guest of Honor
at Women's Israel Bond Luncheon Oct. 19

Representative Dingell, Mrs. Griffiths, Machrowicz
Protest Security Council Seat for United Arab Republic

The glamorous and world-
Three members of Congress ser can hardly be marked as ing for the United S'tates to
renowned star, Marlene Dietrich,
disregard the role the UAR has
currently appearing in her "In- from this area, Representatives contributions to international played in disturbing the peace.
peace
and
security.
John
D.
Dingell,
Martha
W.
ternational Revue," which opens
"President Nasser has broken The United States should take
tomorrow •night at the Shubert Griffiths and Thaddeus Mach-
no hand in according the UAR
Theater, will be the guest of rowicz are co-signers of a off relations with Iran, a friend this special honor. The UAR
honor at the annual fall luncheon statement addressed to Presi- of the United States, has has not proven itself worthy of
threatened Turkey, and is now
of the Israel Bond Women's Di- dent Eisenhower protesting
engaged in a bitter battle witht this trust."
against
the
nomination
of
the
vision, at noon next Wedesday,
Jordan
and has been implicated
United
Arab
Republic
to
suc-
at the Town and Country Club,
30333 Southfield Road, it was ceed Tunisia for a seat on the with the mysterious assassina-
tion of Premier Majal . • at
announced by Mrs. Joseph J. United Nations Security Coun-
country. The
Katchke and Mrs. Max Stollman, cil.
Beautiful
ints against
has receive
The
protest,
.circulated
by
co-chairmen of the division.
anon,
raq,
Congressman Emanuel Celler the U
Earlier this year, Miss Dietrich of New York and signed by Jo
udan and Israe . He
visited Israel, where she was ac- many members of Congress,
regarded totally the Se-
cated in Oak Park
claimed by overflow Israeli audi- states:
1951
rity Council decision
at 21931 Kenosha
ences who cheered themselves
a g of all
to pe
fre
"It is highly incongruous t
•wner Moving to Florida
hoarse and wept with unabashed
Canal
shi
President Gamal Abdel N er
IDEAL FOR EXECUTIVE
emotion at her deeply moving
nal
for
of the UAR be elevated t is
or RETIRED COUPLE
performances. As a result, a
ng
y rel
ich
position of respons lity. all s
LOT 52x140
great bond o: affection has been There are many new ions to tra. with Israel.
ore
home which was done by
as This
established between Miss Dietrich now in the United Natio who we p t out that E
an Interior Decorator has
and the people of Israel. Her could better fill this se than been on the Unite
ations
Large Living L - Kitchen - Bed-
heartwarming experience in Is- could the representatives
e before
Den - Enclosed Porch -
room
the Security Council
48-50.
rael is reflected in her devotion UAR. Article 23 of the
All New Electric Appliances - In-
• ed in 1945-46 a
cinerator • Disposal - Sprinkler
these indisput-
to the cause of its people and Nations charter provides
System - Carpets - Drapes - Fur-
acts we urge that the
in her inspiring support of the due regard must be paid to the
niture Optional.
MARLENE DIETRICH
upbuilding and strengthening of contributions that United Na- United States vote against the
seating
of
the
UAR
on
the
Se-
<'the country.
Call LI 5-6616
tions members make to inter-
For Appointment
In tribute to Miss Dietrich's national peace and security. curity Council.
Women's Division
"It
would
hardly
be
becom-
love for Israel, he highlight of The activities of President Nas-
the luncheon program will be
Leads Intensive
the presentation to her. of an
Israel Bond Drive
honorary "S p o n s or of Israel"
Bas'xl on the actual cash col- award. There also will be presen-
lections reported at three out of tations of "Chen" charms and
five scheduled report meetings, Sponsor pins to those women eli-
United States Senator Jacob'
SWIFT
the first week of the intensive gible for the respective awards.
Javits (R., N.Y. will address a
"Sinai-style" cash collection cam-
LUXURIOUS
Robert Lurie, television
public
r
in
e
Aar
oy
paign of outstanding Israel Bond ducer and director, will be
er,
Theate
LIVELY
pledges made during the High guest speaker at the luncheo
au
Meyers an
Holy Days synagogue appeals has
SAILING
tee of Fri
pices of t
Reservations for the lunc
From New York every third WWI:
succeeded in bringing in $86,550.
for Nixo and Lodge.
The announcement of the Israel may be made by calling
S.S. Israel and S.S. Zion, stopping
an of
Max M. Fisher •
en route at the Azores and Greens
Bond cash collection results, not 1-5707 or DI 1-5716.
assisted by
including results of two additional
From Mediterranean ports nal"
the • owing co-chairmen who
report meetings on Oct. 11 and Israel Resort Holds
S.S. Theodor Herzl and
are assisting in arranging the
12, was made by Mrs. Israel
S.S. Jerusalem (in season)
meeting: Phillip Stollman, Ben-
Wiener, cash collection chairman; 1st Kinneret Fest'
min
Burdick,
Jason
Honigman
Mrs. Harry Kay, associate chair-
ire
(Direct JTA T
Irwin Burdick.
News)
to The J
man for cash activities; Mrs.
is city on

TIBER
Joseph Katchke and Mrs. Max
ified ads bring fast results!
Lake Tiberias cele-
Stollman, co-chairmen of the the s
Women's Division, and Mrs. Tom br e success of its first
• Stabilizer equipped for
Borman, associate chairman for
•t Festival which bro
smooth sailing
sands of visitors to th . - s t
sales activities.
• Temptiot strictly kosher
The three simultaneous repor
n.
cuisine
meetings on Oct. 10, were he
as a
COAL & OIL CO.
The
Lively Israeli atmosphere

at the homes of Mesdames Irvi
uti
parade
Serving Detroit .
Schlussel, Joseph Ruby and
on gaily ked
Consult your travel agent
Homes and Industry
Stollman.
Miss Rach Slo k
—he's
your
best source of advice
for
Over
45
Years
A sizable increase in the r
Ramat G was el
ning cash total was anticipat
Kinneret."
Owner's Rep: AMERICAN ISRAELI SHIPPING CO., 1140.129;oadway, New York 4, N.V.
following the reports at the larg•
Adas Shalom meeting of volun-
teers held on Oct. 11 at the home
of Mrs. Harry Kay, and the fifth
report meeting held on the fol-
lowing day at the home of Mrs.
Israel Wiener for Ahavas Achim
volunteers.
Target date for the 13-day
cash collection drive has been
designated as "Action Day" to
take place this Sunday, when all
cash collection volunteers will
meet at the Israel Bond office,
8522 W. McNichols, • at a 9:30
URSDAY EVENING, OCT. 27, 8:30 P.M.
a.m. breakfast session, and will
ATTEND THE OPENING SESSION
THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED
then conduct a concentrated one-
GRAND BALLROOM STAT R HOT
day effort for maximum collec-
tions for Israel Bonds.

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British Airlines
Confirms Israel
Mail Confiscated

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n Affairs
e of Israel

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON—A British Overseas
Airways Corporation spokesman
confirmed Wednesday that mail
and freight from Israel addressed
to West African destinations had
been confiscated from a BOAC
Britannia on Monday, when it
made a forced landing at Idris
Airport in Libya.
Libyan authorities did not mo-
lest the eight Israelis among the
passengers on the plane flying
to Accra, Ghana.
The British plane made the un-
scheduled rtop at Tripoli when
it developed engine trouble.
Libyan authorities refused to per-
mit the plane's departure until
$14,000 was posted against a pos-
sible fine to be levied against
the airline for carrying Israeli
mail.

G. REUTHER

Department of International Affairs

U.A.W. - A.F.L. - C.I.O.

Contribution $1.00

GOLDA MEIR

VICTOR REUTHER

YOU ARE ALSO INVITED TO ATTEND

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FRIDAY, OCT. 28, 8:30 P.M.

SATURDAY, OCT. 29, 7:00 P.M.

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MORDECAI SHTRIGLER
BEZALEL SHERMAN

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