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September 04, 1959 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-04

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A large delegation of Detroiters will participate in the
National Economic Conference for Israel Bonds, in Chicago,
Sept. 18 to 20. Schduled to address the conference are (top
row, left to right) Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Minister for
Foreign Affairs; Levi Eshkol, Finance Minister; Dr. Y. Foerder,
chairman of the Bank Leumi Le-Israel; Dr. Abba Hillel Silver,
chairman of the board of governors of the Israel Bond Organi-
zation; (bottom row, left to right) Abraham Feinberg, president
of the Israel Bond Organization; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
president; Mrs. Joseph Cherner, chairman of the National
Women's Division, and Mrs. Ora Schweitzer, public relations
director of the Atomic Energy Commission of Israel.

Mapam Leader Proposes 3-Point
Plan for U.S. - USSR M.E. Action

Direct JTA Teletype Wire
To The Jewish News

TEL AVIV. — A member of
Israel's caretaker Cabinet. pro-
posed Tuesday that the Israel
government submit a three
point plan for settlement of the
Middle East issue to President
Eisenhower and Premier
Khrushchev for their considera-
tion when they meet in the
United States later this month.,-
Minister of Health Israel Ear-
zilai told the central committee
of the Mapam party, one of the
two labor parties that broke
with Premier Ben-Gurion, that
Israel should submit its pro-
posals for study by the two
world leaders and for action by
any subsequent summit meet-
ing.
The three-point plan covered
the following points:
1. Neutralization of the Mid-
dle East.
2. An American-Soviet agree-
ment to guarantee the present
frontiers of the states of the
Middle East.
3. An American-Soviet agree-
ment to use the influence of
both to bring about direct peace
negotiations between Israel and
the Arabs, to end belligerency,
to ensure freedom of navigation
and to settle the Arab refugee
question.
Barzilai, discussing the party's

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election campaign program,
warned of hardships Israel must
face when German reparations
payments end and asserted that
only a partnership of the three
labor parties of Israel would be
able to cope with the situation.
The Ma-pai party campaigners
generally appeared to be ignor-
ing their two other labor party
opponents to concentrate their
heavy ii- •e on the right wing
Herut party, the s econd largeSt
party in the last Parliament.
At a rally of Mapai party
leaders here Monday, Finance
Minister Levi Eshkol and Pin-
has 'Lavon, party leader. and
second general of Histadrut, the
Israel labor federation, blasted
charges made by Menachem
Beigin, Herut leader that the
Map ai-led government had
wasted millions of dollars Is-
rael had received from abroad.
The Finance Minister pre-
sented a long list of govern-
ment expenditures over the last
ten years, citing defense, out-
lays of $700,000—more than a
million Israeli pounds—on in-
dustrial development, one and
half billion pounds on housing
and 70,000,000 pounds on com-
munications.
The Mapai lead e .r also
stressed the steady improve-
ment in the living standards
of all classes of the population,
including the Arabs. He pointed
to the considerable increase in
Israel's exports and noted that
Israel's exports now equalled
45 cents for each dbllar of ex-
ports.
In the future, he said, be-
tween four and five hundred
million pounds will be required
annually for development pur-
poses and this would require
larger contributions from
abroad.
Premier Ben-Gurion, who also
addressed the rally, devoted
much of his speech to a slash-
ing attack on Beigin and the
Herut.

Keywell, M. Karbal
Will Be Honored by
Young Israel Sept. 20

Two Detroit men will be
guests of honor at the burning
of the mortgage ceremonies of
Young Israel of Detroit, Sept.
20, at the Henrose Hotel.
Henry C. Keywell and Morris
Karbal will be honored by hun-
dreds of friends and members
of the four existing branches of

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Israel
will propose to citrus growing
countries that they cease from
planting new citrus groves until
new markets have been devel-
oped that can absorb increased
crops, it was learned here this
week.
The proposal, it is under-
stood, will be made at the con-
ference of the Mediterranean
Citrus Growers Association, to
be convened in Italy September
20 by Zvi Isaacson, chairman of
the Israel Citrus Marketing
Board. Mr. Isaacson is also, this
year, president of the Mediter-
ranean Association..
The Mediterranean area pro-
duced 3,500,000 tons of citrus
fruits last year, but production
by existing groves is increasing
annually, and is expected to
reach 5,500,000 tons by 1965.

Goldberg Must Have
Fresh Air; Insists
on London Stand-In

LONDON, (JTA)—Fifty-three
year-old Louis Goldberg, an East
End boiler maintenance man,
intends to fight for the right to
breathe fresh air wherever he
wants, even if this means jail.
Goldberg was arrested last
week for obstructing a police
officer when he refused to heed
an order to "move on" as he
inhaled the London air from
the vantage point of the side-
walk near his home. He told
the magistrate that "I have a
right to stand there near my
home and get fresh air." But
the magistrate replied that "cu-
riously enough, you have not.
Many people think that, but the
law states you only have the
right to walk up and down, not
to stand there."
He offered Goldberg the op-
tion of a two pound fine ($5.60)
or 14 days in jail and gave him
two weeks to decide which to
take. But Goldberg was ada-
mant. Further, he was deter-
mined to fight for the right re-
gardless of the outcome.
"Although I have the money,
I will not pay a penny of the
fine," he affirmed. "When the
fourteen days - are up, they can
come and take me away. We
fought. two world wars for free-
dom and yet a man who gets up
for work at five and doesn't re-
turn home until seven is pre-
vented from standing on the
pavement a few yards from his
home for a breath of fresh air."
Goldberg had a . sympathetic
press. But in England, the law
is the law.

2 Knesset Members
Benefit from Large
Family Allowances

Direct JTA Teletype Wire
To The Jewish News

JERUSALEM —. Two mem-
bers of the Knesset, who are
fathers of a total of 15 chil-
dren, were among a group of
first recipients of special family
allowances who attended a
brief ceremony Wednesday in
the office of the Minister of
Labor. The new law, which
became effective Tuesday, pro-
vides allowances from Israel's
social security program to par-
ents with four or more chil-
dren.
The two Knesset members
were Dr. Caman Kahane : of the
Poole Agudat Israel, father of
eight, and Shiomo Lorencz, of
Agudat Israel, father of seven.
The only minister present at
the ceremony for whom the
event might not have been en-
tirely a happy one was Finance
Minister Levi Eshko 1. Total
cost of all allowances Lor thn

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