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February 22, 1963 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-22

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
TEL AVIV—The threat of

a
nationwide shutdown of news-
papers in Israel was posed
Wednesday by demands of
Israeli printers for increased
pay which were adamantly op-
posed by the Histadrut.
The Histadrut, citing general
economic needs to stabilize the
economy, warned the printers
against any sudden strike move
and the printers were scheduled

to discuss the deadlock.
The Histadrut, meanwhile,
was‘ facing internal wage de-
mands by its own . sick fund
clerks. Histadrut officials re-
jected those demands despite a
strike threat. Another demand
for more pay arose when the
crews of El Al Airlines were
recognized as an "independent"
body within the general El Al
workers union on Tuesday.

Golda Meir Hopes
for No Delay in Israel
Euromart Negotiations

OVER 650 GALS at Youth

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Mrs.
Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign
Minister, expressed the hope
that the current difficulties
within the European Economic
Community would not cause de-
lay in negotiations, for an Is-
raeli link with the six member
nations.
Replying to questions at a
Foreign Press Correspondents
luncheon she said that while
the difficulties arising from
France's effort to bar British
entry into the Common Market
were "of concern to all," she
did not see how developments
in British-French relations
could in any way affect Israel's
relations with France.

"I'm saving his old love leiters1"

There is never a mistake about

Henry's quality foods. His

HAMBURGERS are the talk of

The Gemiluth Chasodim Soci-
ety, organized by East-European
Jews in 1895, is now known as
the Hebrew Free Loan Associ-
ation, a member agency of the
Jewish -Welfare Federation.

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KENWOOD

Restaurant & Lounge

5 Mile & Telegraph KE 7-7377

I CANNOT TELL A LIE ❑ Just the other day, I
had luncheon at THE FLAG POLE ❑ Wyn and Harold
Landis' new restaurant ❑ On Livernois at the John
Lodge Expressway 15509 Livernois to be exact
❑ Luncheon is served from 11:30 to 3:00 p.m. ❑
Monday through Friday ❑ Cocktails served 'til 7:00
p.m. ❑ The room and the Landis' are available for
special catering, every evening, including weekends
❑ Call 863-9809 ❑ Speaking about parties, ask
Harold about the special open bar, business dinner
parties and after-theatre ideas he has concocted El
Try THE FLAG POLE today ❑ The Blinchikis are
sensational ❑ 0 ❑

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
LONDON — Israel has quiet-

ly increased its orders with
France for the 1,400-mile-an-
hour Mirage jet plane in a bid
to make its air arm the most
potent fighter force in the Mid-
dle East, the London Daily Ex-
press declared Wednesday.
The newspaper said that or-
ders had been increased from
30 jets to 96 and that more
than 50 were believed to have
already been delivered. The
newspaper said the high speed
fighter planes were being flight
tested and ferried to Israel
from an airfield near Marseilles
and carry "French markings."
The report said that France
sources had never officially con-
firmed a Mirage pact with
Israel but that . the first order
was known to have been signed
by Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion in June, 1960. The value
of the total order is estimated
at about $112,000,000, the Ex-

press asserted, adding that "by
the middle of next year Israel
will have twice the supersonic
fighter power of the British
Royal Air Force."
The Israeli bomber force is
currently equipped with the
Vaoutour, which is subsonic and
no match for the Russian MIG
21 planes currently based in
Iraq, Syria and Egypt.

DINING OUT?

THIS SUNDAY TRY

PERRI'S

Education League luncheon saw
and heard a lassie destined to
be the hottest thing in show biz
. . . She's songstress Linda Mer-
So. Oakland County's
rill, oozing with personality and
Most Beautiful
Restaurant—Delicatessen
owning a dynamic voice . . .
The YEL members enjoyed
SUNDAY SPECIALS*
Linda and comic Mickey Sharpe
Served
while Latin Quarter luncheon-
12 Noon' 'til 10 P.M.
ing at what looked like a spring
preview of a hat fashion show
CHOICE '0
.,
. . . Every shape, size and color
. . . The ferns at the head table
• 1/2 SOUTHERN FRIED
all wore chappeaus and helped
CHICKEN
brighten up proceedings in an Ladino Jewish Paper
enjoyable afternoon.
Shuts
Down
in
Turkey
• SWISS STEAK
* * *
ISTANBUL (JTA)_ — The
MARVIN • JACOBS reports only Jewish newspaper pub-
• VEAL CUTLETS
that George Jessel was engaged lished in the Ladino language,
COMPLETE WITH:
to substitute at a Las Vegas spot the Judeo-Spanish dialect spok-
for Joe E. Lewis, who was ail- en by Sephardi Jews in the
• Cole Slaw
• SOUP
ing . . . At the last moment, Mediterranean area, has ceased
• Potatoes *Hot Vegetable
Bread
&
Butter
• Coffee
Eugenie Baird was summoned publication here after it was

• ICE CREAM or JELLO
to fill in for Peggy Lee, like-
wise on the sick list . . . After first established 70 years ago.
the changes had been announc- The paper, which had a circula-
Your $
ed to the audience, Jessel open- tion of some 10,000, was said
Choice
to
have-
closed
down'
due
to
ed his act with, "I think this
show was booked by the Blue financial difficulties.
Cross."
*Also Good Monday, Tuesday,
* * *
Want ads get quick results!
Wednesday 4 to 10 P.M.
IN 1921, Nate "Big Sue" Gur- mmmisommisiminnigarmwmilmw
In The
vi7in was crowned lightweight
Northwood
ROCKY'S PIZZERIA
Center
b champion of the AmeH-
10517 W. 7 MILE RD.
can Expeditionary Force with-
13 MILE and WOODWARD
BAR-B-Q
RIBS, CHICKEN,
out even going overseas . . .
AT COOLIDGE
PIZZA, SPAGHETTI
Nate was a sergeant in Com-
OPEN 7 DAYS TO 10 P.M.
OPEN 7 DAYS • WE DELIVER
Lighted
Parking Area
pany B,, 125th Infantry of the
and Covered Walks
864.9784
UN 4-8553
Michigan National Guard when
he defeated A.E.F. champ Lt. 40111•1111111M111M
LUNCH—DINNER—SUPPER
James Kilfeather at the old
Light Guard Armory.
DANCE ALONG WITH
* * *
• • . that crazy
DIG
rhythm
FORMER DETROITER Mrs.
ERNIE SWAN
Irving Weinstein is trying to
contact old friends here . . .
Sofferin's STEAK HOUSE & WONDER BAR
WO 1-9242
1221 Washington 'Blvd
Her maiden name was Honey
FAMOUS FOR FOOD
Tiger, a '46 graduate of Central
High. . . Present address is
11321 So. Groveland, Calif.
* * *
COMPLETE
ONLY 15 YEARS OLD, Ted
Chicken
CARRY-OUT DINNERS
son of Florence and
Shrimp_
_ Herbert Miller, has already re-
The
ceived an award as instructor
Fh
is
in Mors e Code . . . Ted has been
Legs
Frog
cout
for
three
years
in
a boy s
scoutmaster Nate Trager's Troop
Free
Delivery
Out
Dinners

Complete Corry
Bar-B-Q
d learned the code two
ago while an amateur
Ribs
18401 West 7 Mile Rd.
radio e nthusiast.
* * *
Phone 537-7880
VACA TIONING IN Mexico
City, fo od man Jerry Sellers at-
tended a bull fight which had
reached the point where the
matado r, armed with a swirling
cape, w as taunting the bull .. .
Each ti me the bull charged, the
Fine American and Italian Food
matado r would flip the cape
Open daily 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m.
Cafe
CLOSED SUNDAYS
aside . .. An old cowboy became
. COCKTAIL BAR
Banquet room available
disgust ed, says Jerry, and final-
TO 9 3988
North of 6 Mile
17632 WOODWARD
ly she uted, "Hey, buddy, he
ain't ne ver gonna run into that
TE 3-0700
Free Parking.
3020 GRAND RIVER.
there s sack unless you hold it
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
still!"
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
* * *
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
SEYMOUR ALTMAN is his CHOP. HOUSE
given name and today as Robin
CHOICE LIQUORS
Seymour he celebrates his 16th MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
anniversary as one of America's
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
most popular disc jockeys with
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
WKMH . Novel idea was
sending out regular size anni- 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
versary cards from Sanders,
with proper inscription and a CLAM SHOP and BAR
.TR 2-8800
card that reads, "It's my 16th Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and, Assorted Sea Foods
Anniversary, but YOU take the
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
Music by Muzak
cake."

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Banquet Rooms

Seating from 10 to 300. We
are equipped to handle large
parties, any time, fast and
efficiently.

Dancing Nitely
No Extra Charge
• LUNCHEON • • DINNERS
SUNDAY FAMILY DINNERS'

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CARL'S

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LIKE

IFIAAGIPOL",4 1

Italian Educator

Rabbi Anania Coen, an 18th
century Italian rabbi, was one
of the leading educators of his
time and conducted a Jewish
school in Reggio. He was also
proprietor of a Hebrew print
shop and was the author of many
Hebrew textbooks.

JOEY'S

OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.—Sat. to 2 a.m.

DELICATESSEN and
TRAY CATERERS

"a

• Breakfasts • Lunches •Dinners • Sandwiches
Complete Carry-Out Service

25290 Greenfield, N; of 10 Mi. Rd. LI 7 - 4533

bit -of merrie olde England"

Ye Olde Round Table

19464 - LIVERNOIS
No. of Outer -Drive

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SERVING LUNCHEONS
and DINNERS
SUNDAY, thru THURS., 11 A.M. - 9 P.M.
FRIDAY and SAT., 11 A.M. - 1 A.M.

25 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, February 22, 1963

Israeli Printers, Histadrut Clerks,
Danny Raskin's Report Israel Builds Greatest Jet
Power in Mid-East with French Aid
El Al Airline Crews Threaten Strike

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