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May 07, 1965 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-07

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Arab Pickets Choose
Bitter Herbs Over
Kosher Sandwiches

Unique Port Huron Motor Inn Pulls
Detroiters With Its Deluxe Facilities

NEW YORK-An offer to break
bread together failed to stop Arab
picketing before the American-
Israel Pavilion at the World's Fair
The bread was part of six kosher
bologna sandwiches.
The peace offering was set out
the second day of picketing by the
"Action Committee on American-
Arab Relations" May 1. The com-
mittee was handing out leaflets
urging passersby to buy United
States bonds and not "Israel war
bonds.
An Arab picketer and an Israeli
Pavilion entertainer had fought
last Friday; and Sunday, when the
pickets arrived at noon, they
found a luncheon table arranged
for them near the entrance.
- Six bologna sandwiches and four
bottles of Israeli beer were set
out, and on the table was a large
sign: "For your misguided pickets
-kosher food, compliments of the
American-Israel Pavilion."

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Serving the
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in Town
Open for
Lunch and
Dinner
'til 2 a.m.

Aaron Remez Named Ambassador
to London; Lourie in Israel Ministry

JERUSALEM (JTA) - Aaron gone back much further, however.
Remez, former chief of the Israel He was political secretary: of the
Air Force, has been appointed Is- Jewish Agency in London in
rael's ambassador to London.
the 1930's.
Remez, who was a member of
Lourie plans to return to Bri-
the Knesset in 1960, will succeed tain early this month for a fare-
Ambassador Arthur Lourie.
well audience w-ith Queen Eliza-
Lourie, at the same time, was beth in Buckingham Palace.
appointed an assistant director-
Remez 45, is the first native-
general of the ministry of foreign born Israeli ambassador in Britain.
affairs in Jerusalem.
In this capacity, he will head
Man is the only animal that
several divisions in the ministry, laughs and weeps: for he is the
including that dealing with the only animal that is struck with the
British Commonwealth, which he difference between what things
PORT HURON MOTOR INN
has come to know so well in the are, and what they ought to be.
Anyone concerned with the evo- would stop if the accommodations past five years as ambassador. His
-Hazlitt
association with British Jewry has
lution of the motel need go no were attractive enough.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
further than Port Huron to find
And, people are stopping-over-
32-Friday, May 7, 1965
the answer.
night, several days at a time and
ADL Chief Tells Fears
Port Huron Motor Inn offers in- weekends.
"We wanted to develop facil- of Vatican 'Dilution'
door and outdoor swimming, bowl-
ities that will have longevity.
ing, fishing, golfing, steam room
NEW YORK (JTA) - Dore
facilities, massages, plus excellent You only have to look at the
Schary, national chairman of Bnai
motel
that
replaced
the
tourist
food, dancing and fine accommoda-
Brith's Anti-Defamation League,
cabin to realize that the motel
tions.
expressed "painful surprise and
industry is one that is undergo-
Its managing owner, Asher
dismay" here over reports that ef-
ing a continuous transition,"
Tilchin, and its general manager,
forts may be made to dilute the
Tilchin said.
Dan Murphy, claim there is no
Catholic Church's proposed dec-1
Meeting rooms of the various
other place like the Port Huron sizes, fine cusine, excellent dining laration, exonerating the Jewish
ART THEATERS
people of the charge of deicide.
Motor Inn in Michigan.
quarters are attracting more and
Speaking before the ADL's na- 1 THE Livernois at McNichols 2-4252
Less than a year old, the motel more groups to Port Huron.
tional
executive committee, which J
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Skiing in the winter, fishing and
Bridge is on the 1-94 or Edsel golf in the summer, and bowling held a two-day- meeting here,
SUN. 5:24, 8:46-Students $1.00
Schary
expressed
the
hope
that
the
j
Ford Freeway, making it a nearby and swimming in both pools year
Ecumenical Council's draft Dec-
vacation spot for Detroiters.
round are attracting more and laration on Relations with Non-
NEIGHBORHOOD
The developers went against all more week-enders from the metro-
Christians, which includes the ex-
odds when they chose the site. No politan Detroit area.
oneration of the Jewish people, CAMELOT W. Warren at Miller Road
one, except Tilchin and his most
Tilchin and Murphy shun "pack-
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will be adopted by the next ses-
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century in either Europe or the
Middle East - the new Israel Mu-
seum - will open here Tuesday.
A $5,000,000 complex of buildings
and gardens, the museum is said
to be the largest between Rome
and Tokyo and the single most im-
portant cultural institution to rise
in Israel.
Many Americans who contri-
buted art and funds will partici-
pate in a special El Al "airlift"
for opening ceremonies.
Among other museum features
is the beginning of a permanent
collection with works by Picasso,
Braque, Lipschitz and many
others, and there is a show of bib-
lical art by Rubens, Breughel,
Poussin and the famous Esther
tapestries.
The ' museum will house the
world's finest collection of
archaeological discoveries of the
biblical period, and an entire
wing is devoted to artifacts
dating from 6,000 BCE.
The permanent sculpture gar-
dens will display what is perhaps
the world's most extensive col-
lection of sculptered masterpieces
- including works by Rodin,
Moore, Butler and Lipschitz, plus
the million-dollar collection do-
nated by Billy Rose.
The most unique part of the
museum is the Shrine of the
Book, new home for the seven
original 2,000-year-old Dead Sea
Scrolls and the original letters of
Bar-Kochba. White ceramic stones
form the exterior of this structure
which resembles the top of one of
the jars in which the scrolls were
found. Fountains of Water play
upon the ceramic dome which
covers the subterranean cave-like
exhibition room.

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