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July 21, 1961 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-21

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New 'Palestine Arab Delegation'
Hopes to End Jewish Settlement

UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.,
(JTA)—The formation of a new,
so-called "Palestine Arab Delega-
tion," dedicated to "the termina-
tion of the unjustified occupa-
tion of 80 percent of the territory
of Palestine by Zionist aliens,"
was announced here.
The announcement was made
in a communication signed by
one Issa Nakhleh, who calls him-
self "permanent representative
of the Palestine Arab Delega-
tion.
Little is known here about
Nakhleh, except that he claims
to be a refugee from Palestine.
It is understood that, since 1948,
he has lived most of the time in
Argentina. He has been in the
United States since the fall of
the Argentine regime headed by
ex-dictator Juan Peron.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

cal Committee as that commit-
tee began its annual debate of
the Arab refugee problem.

Under the sponsorship of the
regularly accredited Arab dele-
gations, this new group was
given a voice, -but not a vote, in
the committee.

Israel Electrical
Workers Strike

Taylor-F'
He
elo
S. .
iers
oscow

LONDO
TA) — United
States s wicemen statio
in
Moscow were
per-
forma
Taylor
and Ed
ich
husband-an
ilm stars
elude..'
uet renditio
Hebrew song. The
couple,
who are in the
capital for
the Mo
m Festival,
in at the American
House to put on a show for the
U. S. enlisted men.

HOUSE
OF
PANCAKES

22 DELICIOUS
VARIETIES

Delicatessen & Restaurant

Open 7 a.m. 'tiI 1:30 a.m.

every day

13821 9 Mile Road, Hr. Coolidge
Free Parking
U 8-1 1 1 I

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
The Jewish News)

PLAUDITS GO TO three
the Tel Aviv and Southern Dis- W. S. U. students who gave up
trict operations of the Israeli on the near impossibility of find-
Electric Company quit work ing summer jobs and decided
Tuesday in a 24-hour strike for that nobody could stop them from
higher wages as labor disputes employing themselves. . . . Ed
spread in Israel's economy. The Gooze and Joe Aisner, pre-med,
widening labor unrest was attri- and Richard Friedenberg, pre-
buted partly to the current elec- business, decided to make their
Nakhleh stated in his an- tion atmosphere.
own jobs rather than waste a
nouncement that he has sent
potentially profitable summer .. .
Lawyers
in
public
Service
posts
a f o r m a 1•copy announcing
met Tuesday night to decide on and took matters into their own
formation of his delegation to whether to stage a protest strike hands. . . . Each invested ten
the Secretary General of the against what they called the dollars and formed a company
United Nations and to heads of government's "procrastination" in called Collegian Services. . . .
all missions accredited to the meeting their demands for im- They scraped together what lawn
UN.
provements in wages and work- and maintenance equipment they
In his formal letters to the UN ing conditions. The government could find and ventured out into
Secretary General he stated that averted a strike last week of the business world. . . . 3,000
"the object of the delegation • is government physicians and en- handbills were distributed and it
to cooperate" with all organs of gineers with a makeshift agree- led to their first discourage-
ment. . . .While passing them out
the UN toward "rectifying the ment.
injustice inflicted on Palestine
The electrical workers walkout- on a parking lot, an officer drove
and its population since 1948."
was staged in defiance of Histad- up and do
ove
eafle
"Our fervent hope," he stated, rut policies. Histadrut officials that
e the
might throw
"is that a peaceful solution of the had informed the workers that
- em on
ground and litter
Palestine problem will be found, "we have achieved all that
.• . However, some of
compatible with international can from management,"
s's the lot
on the
ot away and the down-
work- the
law, with the Charter of the stand was rejected by
"Speci heatted lads were in busi
United Nations and the Charter ers who were led
ch defie when calls began to c e i
of Human Rights, and not on the Action Committee"
labor corn their service . t e f
basis of the fait accompli result- the union's ele
Detroit's only OPEN Roof Garden
ing from the unjustified, illegal mittee. The stri will not affec now ce abo
week
in
J
ditio
power
supplies
cause
employe
DIRECT ENTRANCE THRU GARAGE
occupation and power politics."
rm around
Special Parking Rates to Top of Park Guests
The formal letter continued by in the power tions remaine fi
se. .
hey don't turn
stating: "Palestine, as of right, on the job.
Service from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. (Except Sundays)
In Haifa, the I r council sup
to make a buck.
should be recognized as a demo-
ported
the
deman
of
their
earnings
come
COCKTAILS—HOR D'OEUVRES (5 to 7 p.m.)
cratic state, where all Palestin-
m landscaping, but odd jobs
ROAST BEEF WAGON from 7 p.m.
ian Arabs and Jews may live in at the ATA Textile
have
played
an
important
role
in
,
peace as fellow citizens without of the largest in Israel, for a six
ENTERTAINMENT
any discrimination on ground of per cent wage increase. Workers their success .. . window wash-
LEONARD STANLEY at the Piano
ing,
garage
and
basement
clean-
apparently
approved
negotiation
race, religion or political belief."
efforts.
ing, painting and even the evic-
It is recalled here that, last
It was indicated that if the tion of expectant birds from
autumn, a so-calldd Palestine government attorneys did strike, chimneys. . . . Ed, Joe and Rich-
Arab Delegation appeared, for those connected with the Adolf ard are accepting calls at LI
the first time, before the Gen- Eichmann trial would be excused 6-4999 or LI 6-4089.
eral Assembly's Special Politi- from joining the strikers.
* * *
WOODWARD AT EAST KIRBY
DISA 'N DATA . . . Gerald
For Reservations: TRinity 5-9500
Bruson and wife Jean, are now
Buffalo, New Yorkers, with
Get
Jerry's promotion to district man-
Quality Plus Quan
ager of Kobacker's Dept. Store.
.
. . He was manager of the shoe
Feat
g Good oo
dept. at Federal's in Hamtramck.
Fr
a Snack to
e Dirip
. . . Their three youngsters are
o vPrep d in
BA CHOICE
UORS
t
Horowitz
with them. . . . Leo Knight fin- MARIA'S PIZZERIA
NQU
IL
ery
You
You
ally convinced himself that his
e to Be Se
Specializing in Pizta Pie and Famous It
photography studio on Wyoming
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Our Se
has gotten too small. . . . He'll 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m U
EN 7 DAYS- TO 10
soon move the entire operation
down the block into more spaci- CLAM SHOP and BAR
ous quarters across from Mum- _Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and A
ford High. . . . Max Handler
In No w
2675 E.
enter, Woodward at 13 Mite and Coolidge
went from one extreme to an- Music by Muzak
other in promoting the recent
Prime Beef at its Very Best! Pies b ,_ • • •
AMPLE FREE PARKING
Henry Hank-Joey Giardello mid-
ises. Special Luncheons and Dinners.
,s
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
dleweight fight. .. . He is quite
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 Blk. E. • Or'''e
a grand opera lover and a direc- BEEF BUFFET
■o■
tor of the Metropolitan Opera As-
"RESTAURANT OF THE STARS" I sociation.

TEL AVIV -- All workers in

gail Sizejtori U{otel

Invites You to Enjoy

An Enchanted Evening

-

.

"TOP OF THE PARK"

.

WHERE TO DINE

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$1,000 Prize Offered
Top Play by Jewish
Theater for Children

• Prime Beef • Shrimp • Lobster • Delmonico St
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD

OPEN DAILY and SAT. 11-8:30 P.M., SUNDAY

Chi

89

RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTE
STAGS, BANQUETS and MEETINGS

The Jewish Theater for Chil-
ranucci's restaurant & cocktail bar
dren
is offering a prize of $1,000
ENS AT GRE
ELD
Fine American and Italian Food
for the best full-length play for
Open Daily 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Sunday 3 p.m.
children
in
English
on
a
Jewish
• COCKTAIL LOUNGE •
OFFEE SHOP
Serving Lunches, Dinners, After Theatre
theme, according to an announce-
Banquet room available. Music by Al Nalli.
PIAN BA •
ment made by Philip Kasakove,
7030 W. 7 Mile
D 1-5445
chairman of the theater. '
ROIT
This is the sixth time in as
Fine
America
Open
daily and Italian Food
11:30
a.
many years that the theater has
t
CLOSED SUN
offered a similar prize in its
COCKTAIL BAR
Banquet room
EEK
annual Golden Pen Playwriting
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
TO
Contest. Funds for the prize are
2:30 A.M.
made available by Norma U.
RDAY to 3:30 A.M.
3020 GRAND RIVER. Free Parking. TE 3-0700. Pri-
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding p
Levitt, a member of the theater's
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea ds
board of directors. Prize-winning
more than 26 years. AU Beef aged in
BANQUET MURAL ROOM AVAILABLE FOR
manuscripts are given a profes- CHOP HOUSE
PRIVATE PARTIES, ACCOMMODATING UP
2 1 sional production.
Manuscripts for the 1961 com-
TO 125 GUESTS.
BRoadway 2-0644 ! petition must be submitted no
Free - Fortune Cookies - Chinese Tea Bags with every
purchase
later than April 15, 1962. Rules NEW POLICY
— FIRST IN DETROIT— HALF ORDERS OF ANY
CANTONESE FOOD -CHOP SUEY OR CHOW MEIN
of
the
contest
may
be
obtained
HARRY BOESKY
Ample Free I
will keep foods hot for hours.
by writing to the Jewish Theater
Your Host
Parking
nday, 12-10 — Closed Monday,
for Children, 426 W. 58th St.,
2 blocks - W. of Greenfield

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