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May 01, 1959 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-01

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World Leaders
to Honor Eban
at Two Events

Hadassah Rewards Abba Eban

AFL-CIO

Leaders Fete Eban at Farewell Party

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Israel
"introduced the concept of
democracy to an area that had
no experience until then of that
system of democracy," George
Meany, president of the Ameri-
can Federation of L abor-
Congress of Industrial Organi-
zations, said at a luncheon
tendered by AFL-CIO leaders
in honor of Abba S. Eban, who
is retiring as Israel Ambassa-
dor.
Meany declared that Eban
would carry with him the good
will of American labor and of

the American people. Mr. Eban
paid tribute to the constant
support which Israel's cause
had received from the American
labor movement.

JACOBSON

Speaker of the House of Rep-
resentatives Sam Rayburn, rep-
resentatives of the Administra-
tion, more than 50 Foreign Am-
Serving Detroit,
bassadors, leading U. S. Sena-
tors and Representatives, news-
• Homes and Indtistry
paper editors and university
for OVer*45 Years
presidents will be among the
more than 1,000 persons who
have already indicated that they
will attend the two farewell din-
ners to Abba Eban, Ambassador
•f Israel to the United States
SERVICE STATION
And Permanent Representative
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so the United Nations, the na-
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SLACK 8. WHITE
tional testimonial committee
for Ambassador Abba Eban an-
nounced.
These dinners are to be held
at the Delegates Dining Room,
Israel Ambassador to the United States Abba Eban is
United Nations, May 11 — the
tenth anniversary of Israel's shown receiving a certificate announcing the establishment of
admission to the United Na- a $10,000 Hadassah Medical Fellowship Fund in his honor for
tions—and, in conjunction with retraining immigrant Romanian physicians in Israel. The pre-
the America-Israel Society, at sentation was made by Mrs. Nathan D. Perlman, national chair-
MOTOROLA
the Sheraton-Park Hotel in man of the Hadassah Medical Organization Committee in the
Washington, D. C., on May 13, U.S. Left to right are Mrs. Pearlman; Edward B. Lawson, retir-
MUNTZ
SERVICE STATION
the 11.th• anniversary of Israel's ing U.S. Ambassador to Israel; Eban and Dr. Miriam K. Freund,
• Dumont • Siivertone
national president of Hadassah. This tribute was paid to Am-
independence.
• Magnovox •Weatinghouse
• V-M
• Crosley
The testimonial committee bassador Eban at a farewell luncheon. He and Mrs. Eban are
• Hot Point • olympic
for Ambassador Eban is com- scheduled to return to Israel in May.
• Airline
• Webcor
prised of 150 prominent Ameri-.0
cans in all walks of life, headed
by Vice-President Nixon, Chief
"SINCE 1938"
Written
EMERSON
Justice Earl Warren, Speaker
gave wide publicity to the inci-
Dexter
Sal es & Service Guarantee Olt
BUENOS
AIRES,
(JTA)

of the House of Representatives
dent
which
was
one
of
a
series
ALL
Repairs
11565
DEXTER

LICENSE
No.
216
Sam Rayburn, ex - Presidents For the first time in more than of disorders in Buenos Aires
00711
a
decade,
the
Sociedad
Hebraica
.."SINCE
Hoover and Truman, and many
and other Argentine cities fol-
PHONE
1938”
others. Former Senator Herbert Argentina, the largest Jewish lowing widespread labor unrest.
H. Lehman is honorary chair- club in South America, was at-
man. Senator Jacob K. Javits is tacked by stone-throwing juve-
nile nationalists Monday night.
chairman of the committee.
Chanting "Death to the Jews,"
Speakers at these dinners in-
clude Herve Alphand, Ambas- and "Down with Blejer," the 30
sador of France; Mrs. Franklin hoodlums . smashed club win-
D. Roosevelt; Everett Dirksen, dows. on the _first two floors.
U. S. Senate Minority Leader; Thp - second chant referred to
John W. McCormack, U. S. David Blejer, Argentine Labor
House of Repres-entatives Ma- Minister, who is -a Jew. Mem-
jority- Leader; Sir Pierson Dix- 'hers of the club charged _into
on, Permanent Representative the street and captured about 10
of the United Kingdom to the of the hoodlums and pulled
United Nations; U. Thaut, Per- them back into the club where
manent Representative of the they called police. The prison-
Union of Burma to the United ers were turned over to the
Nations; The Very Rev. Edward authorities.
A second attempt by the juve-
B. Bunn, S.J., president of
Georgetown University; Prof. niles to attack the club was frus-
Henry Steele Commager; Thom- trated by the club members.
as E. Dewey; Mrs. Rose L. Hal: Major Argentina newspapers
prin; Philip Klutznick, presi-
dent, Bnai Brith.
Musical interludes will be
rendered by violinist Isaac Stern
who will perform at the dinner
BOSTON, (JTA)—A bill out-
at the United Nations, and by
duo pianists Vronsky and Babib lawing discrimination in Massa-
and tenor Jan Peerce, who will chusetts in the rental of all
appear at the May 13 dinner apartment buildings of three or
more units, and in sales or
in Washington.
These dinners and a public rentals in housing developments
farewell meeting to be held at of '10 units or more, regardless
Madison Square Garden in New of how they were financed,
York on May 14 climax Ambas- awaits the signature of Gov.
sador Eban's f a r e w e l l tour Foster Furculo.
through the country which took
The bill, drafted by the
him to 15 cities, including De- American Jewish Congress and
supported by the Jewish Com-
troit.
Ambassador Henry Cabot munity Council of Metropolitan
GET IT HOT ... GET A LOT for load after load of the cleanest, whitest
Lodge, Jr., Permanent Repre- Boston, cleared the State Senate
laundry ever.
sentative of the United States last week. It is described as
to the United Nations, tendered the broadest anti-bias legisla-
And washday or any day, you can be confident that an electric water
a farewell dinner to Ambassador tion ever enacted by any state
heater, plus Edison's Super Supply Plan, .will provide hot water for all
and Mrs. Eban, at his apart- in the housing field, and has
been likened • to a n•t i --b-i-a s
ment in New York.
other family needs, too.
housing legislation" iri New York
Classified Ads bring results!
City.
Here's the - convenient, modern way to GET IT HOT ... GET A LOT
The measure, which went
for an operating cost as low as $3.88 per month.
through the Legislature with
bipartisan support, had been
endorsed by Gov. Furclo.

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easier for stateless persons,
many of them Jews, was
signed by the representatives
of France, Belgium, West Ger-
many and Luxemburg, at the
meeting of the six-member
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