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November 22, 1963 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-22

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Friday, Nov. 22, 1963 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — 34

AFL-CIO Expresses Hope Arabs
Will Accept Eshkol Peace Offer

tries and impose on them a for-
eign regime or overtly or covert-
ly annex them can be just
as grave a threat to peace and
freedom as the Arab-Israeli con-
flict."
The resolution noted that "the
Nasser dictatorship" in Egypt
"has stepped up its building of
an arsenal with a massive array
of offensive weapons."
The resolution expressed the
"fervent hope" that "all govern-
ments in the Middle East will
focus their thoughts and actions
on improving life and labor for
their own people, that they will
recognize the right of national
independence, territorial integ-
rity and inviolable sovereignty
of all their neighboring states;
and that they will rely only on
peaceful methods for the solu-
tion of any issues or differences
between them."

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

NEW YORK — The AFL-CIO
convention expressed the hope
Tuesday that the governments
of Arab countries would "res-
pond favorably" to "the realistic
peace offer" made recently by
Israeli Premier Levi Eshkol.
The resolution was one of
several dealing with issues of
Jewish interest. Discussing cur-
rent political upheavals in the
Middle East Arab world, the
resolution warned: "Attempts by
military dictatorship in any one
country under the flag of so-
called pan-Arabisrn to subvert
institutions of other Arab cowl ,

have
you
heard
Chick Roberts?

New Water Source
Discovered in Negev

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — New
water sources have been dis-
covered by the Mekorot Water
Company in the Araba sector
of Negev. The water, discovered
at the relatively shallow depth
o! 150 feet, was found to be
fit for drinking and irrigation.
Another drilling is planned at
Net Hakikar at the southern
tip of the Dea Sea.

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ROBERT MERRILL

Metropolitan Opera Baritone

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• GOLDEN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN

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• FRESHLY GROUND CHOPPED SIRLOIN

With Mushroom Gravy and Creamy Whipped Potatoes

• GOLDEN FRIED TENDERSWEET CLAMS and
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• FILLET OF SOLE

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Dinner includes: Soup or Juice, Salad, Potatoes, Fresh Vegetables,
Rolls and Butter, Beverage.
CHILDREN'S PORTIONS AVAILABLE AT $1.50

Make Your Thanksgiving Day
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Open from 12 Noon on Thanksgiving Day

Other Menu Items Available

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REMEMBER . . . Tues. — Thurs. Are Bountiful Buffet Nights
6 P.M. to 10 P.M.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

SMALL WORLD . . . Al and
Bess Dutsch own the Cass War-
ren Drug Store across from
Wayne State U. . . . Recently,
a woman, obviously not a stu-
dent, asked for a ball point re-
fill which the Dutsch's didn't
stock since it came from a for-
eign land . . . Bess told her
that a man from Haifa, Israel,
had asked for the same refill
the day before . . . The cus-
tomer explained that it was her
husband, here on a study tour
of the United States . . . From
Detroit they were to go to San
Francisco . . . Having been in
Haifa, Bess told her that San
Francisco would remind her of
Haifa . . . From this point on,
the two got into much conversa-
tion . . . Asked if she had any
relations here, the woman re-
plied, "Yes, the Tobins." (Jack
and Zilpah). . . . Bess told her
that in 1932, on her return from
a visit to Vilna (Poland), she
met a rabbi traveling on the
same train from Glasgow, Scot-
land, who had also been in Po-
land . . . His deceased wife had
been a relative of the Tobins
and he asked Bess to call ex-
tending his regards when she
returned to Detroit . . The
woman, Rose Schaffer, listening
as Bess talked, suddenly froze
with wide-eyed excitement, cov-
ered her eyes and exclaimed,
"That man was Rabbi Barnett
of Haifa — my father!"
* * *
SEEING SIGNS . . . How
about this one for some res-
taurant . . . "If you want to
put your ashes and cigarette
butts in your cup and saucer,
let the waitress know and she
will serve the coffee in the ash
tray."
* * *
CHARLIE DUBIN, pianist at
Darbys, assures all he is not
going to get married . . . He
already is! . . . Charlie and wife
Dorothy were wed secretly and
guesses are that it couldn't have
been more than a few months
ago, as itemized in the column.
* * *
LOOKING BACK ON COL-
UMNS OF YESTERYEAR:
NOV. 15, 1946 . . . Big Oscar
Band, hefty lumber man, told
a group of friends during din-
ner, while talking about what
they wanted to be in life . . .
that his parents had hoped he
would become a jockey. "You
a jockey!" gibed one of the
fellows. "Why, a jockey weighs
only ninety-seven pounds." . . .
"That's right," agreed Oscar,
"that's what I weighed when I
was born."
JAN. 24, 1947 . . . Little 5-
year-old Diane Rochelle Rosen
likes to chew her aspirin tablet
when necessity deems her tak-
ing the medicant . . . When
Lillian Rosen asked her why
she didn't swallow it whole,
Diane replied, "O-o-oh, mommy,
no I don't like the way it
tastes!"
FEB. 21, 1947 . . . Back from
a hunting trip, Irving Satkin
(his wife is the former Judy
Prince of years back stage
fame) saw a young sportsman
taking aim at a pheasant run-
ing along the ground . . . which
just isn't sportsmanlike. Iry
shouted, "Hey, fellow, never
shoot a running bird!" . . and
the reply he got was, "What
d'ya take me for, an idiot?
Can't you see I'm waiting 'til
it stops?"

Plan to Build Israel World Fair Pavillion

Following American-I sr a el
Chamber of Commerce initia-
tive, the American-Israel World's
Fair Corporation, New York,
has been established to construct
a pavillion at the New York
World's Fair.
A prospectus has just been
issued offering $500,000 — of
seven per cent subordinated par-
ticipating debentures to finance
the construction of the pavil-
lion. The corporation's manage-

ment envisages to recover the
cost by an admission fee of 50-75
cents per person, and rentals of
space to major Israel manufac-
turers with exportable products
who are expected to exhibit.

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groups of 10 or more 75c

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