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November 20, 1959 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-20

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Ben-Gurion Seriously Concerned Over Arab 'Threats

(Continued from Page 1)
Ben-Gurion summarized Is-
rael's major tasks during the
coming years as the conquest
of the desert, reception and
absorption of hundreds of
thousands of new immigrants,
the welding of immigrants from
one hundred different lands
into "a single great united
people," clearing of the slums
and labor camps, establishment
of peace and security along the
frontiers, and conversion of
Israel into one of the world's
greatest centers of learning and
research.
Among the measures Israel
had to pursue in the conquest
of the desert, Ben-Gurion said.
was the scheme to use the
waters of the Jordan River,
utilization of solar energy, de-

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"Who Is a Jew" controversy,
Shared:: however, was under-
WATCHES
and would split religious forces stood to be continuing his re-
SEE
in Israel.
fusal to accept the foreign min-
Mapai leaders decided to ap istry, holding that differences
Talks on Formation of proach the Aguda and Poale of opinion on fundamental pol-
LE OULTRE'S
Coalition Complicated AE.,,uda instead of the National icy between him and Ben-
Religious Party. After an early Gurion were so large as to pre-
AT
Direct JTA Teletype Wire
To The Jewish News
reaction of interest in the bid, elude chances of smooth co-
JERUSALEM. — The pros- the ultra-orthodox leaders told operation in the cabinet.
pects for a small coalition gov- Mapai they would abide by a Should both Mrs. Meir and
Certified Master
ernment of Prime Minister Da- decision of the "Gedolei Hato- Sharett remain adamant in their
Watchmaker & Jeweler
vid Ben-Gurion's Mapai, plus the rah," a rabbinical panel to refusal of the post, it is gen-
18963 LIVERNOIS UN 1-8184
Progressives and the ultra-or- which the issue will be sub- erally expected that it will go
thodox Agudat Israel, faded mitted.
to former Ambassador Abba S. c- 6 -tnns-rb--- tnnsisummnrinns ,
Wednesday w_hen Aguda party
The Religious Party, mean- Eban.
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leaders began to have second while, was backing down from
thoughts about the idea.
its opposition to plans of
The Aguda hesitations were Mapai to retain Rabbi Yakov
based on recognition of the fact Toledano as Minister of Reli-
■ I ■
that Aguda participation in gions in the next coalition.
such a coalition would isolate
Rabbi Toledano accepted the
the National Religious Party,
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appointment over fierce reli-
which quit the coalition in the gious bloc objections after
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Moshe Shapiro resigned the
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Below are listed only a few
Jew" dispute. Mapai insists
on retention of that Ministry
of the books available:
by a non-party religious lead-
er," to "neutralize the politi-
SALE
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Seven ing and that $200,000,000 would
cal influence of the Chief
REG.
Detroiters among the 115-man be required to put the remain- rabbinate."
PRICE
United Jewish Appeal delega- der on an equal footing.
Herman Woulk's
Apparently having expected
tion visiting here this week
Dr. Weitz explained to the Agudat Israel to reconsider,
THIS
IS MY G-D
heard Israel Foreign Minister delegation that Israel, which
Moss Hart's (An Autobiography)
Golda Meir reveal that immigra- had increased agricultural pro- Mapai leaders started a second
tion is continuing at a steady duction since statehood by 315 round of talks in a bid for wide
ACT ONE
100
coalition to include Mapam and
- pace.
per cent, was now concentrat- Achdut Avodah, the two left-
Allen Drury's
"While we are fully engaged ing on increasing industrial
ADVISE and CONSENT
in absorbing recent arrivals," crops such as cotton, peanuts wing parties which fought Ben-
Gurion on the Israel arms sale
Harry Golden's
the Foreign Minister said, "we and sugar beets.
to West Germany, and the Gen-
FOR 2c PLAIN
must be prepared to face what-
Among the settlements the eral Zionists, but without right-
ever the future may hold."
Dan Jacobson's (Short Stories)
delegation visited was Moshav wing Herut.
Mrs. Aleir interrupted - avaca- Lachish-Otzem, a frontier out-
THE
ZULU AND THE ZEIDE
Ben-Gurion was reported to
tion to return here to receive post inhabited by Moroccan
Leo Rosten's
have
withdrawn
his
opposi-
. the American Jewish study mis- Jewish settlers who are growing
The Return OF HYMAN KAPLAN
sion at a dinner.
cotton. They also visited Kiryat tion to Moshe Sharett as for-
eign minister in the new gov-
John Hersey's
The Foreign Minister pointed Gat, urban center of the Lach-
ernment he is forming and
THE WAR LOVER
out that although some coun- ish area. .
Mapai party leaders were
tries severely restrict the de-
A permanent "Conquest of
Meyer Levin's
parture of Jews, Israel had to the Desert" exhibit was opened said to be exerting consider-
EVA
able
pressure
on
the
former
be ready at all times for the here by Meir Grossman, mem-
day when the doors might be ber of the Jewish Agency prime minister and foreign
THESE AND MANY MORE ALSO AVAILABLE AT
reopened. She declared that executive, in the presence of minister to secure his ac-
THE JEWISH BOOK FAIR.
"the tasks ahead of us are the members of the study ceptance.
Sharrett
resigned
the
port-
vital to the Jewish people as group. The exhibit shows Is-
ever. Their fulfillment is un- rael's achievements in land folio in a policy disagreement
thinkable without the continued reclamation, development of with Ben-Gurion after the Sinai
devotion and cooperation of natural resources, agriculture, campaign of 1956. The premier
American Jewry."
industry, housing, settlement, was reported eager to have him
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back in the cabinet in any post
Earlier, the mission studied education and culture.
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Wyoming
UN 3-0543 - UN 3-1557
agricultural developments and
Three UJA leaders, who head except the foreign ministry left
CLOSED SATURDAY — OPEN SUNDAYS 9 TO
inspected new settlements in the Mission—Morris W. Berin- vacant by the decision of Mrs.
the Lachish area. The delega- stein, general chairman, Rabbi Golda 1Vleir to step down.
tion was told by Dr. Raanan Herbert A. Friedman, execu-
Weitz, head of the Jewish tive vice chairman, and Edward
Agency agricultural and settle- M. M. Warburg, honorary chair-
ment department, that only 60 man—will report for the Mis-
out of 482 immigrant farm sion, on its findings, at the
settlements were self-support- 22nd national UJA conference,
in New York, Dec. 11-13.
- Avraham Harm an, Israel's
Ambassador to the United
States. and Leon Uris, author of
"Exodus," will address the
conference.
An attraction at the confer-
ence will be the performance
of 14-year-old Itzhak Perlman,
Ai
Israel's youthful violin virtuoso.
Stricken with polio in 1949,
when he was three, young Perl-
man.has been playing the violin
since the age of six. He gave
highest earnings
his first radio recital at 10%
and was accepted as a student
on every dollar in your American Savings
account.
at the Tel Aviv Academy of
Music at 11.
He has won three prizes in
greater convenience
Israel musical competitions, and
has been acclaimed for his skill
7 conveniently located offices . . . all with
fast, electronic savings service.
by Yehudi Menuhin, Zino Fran-
cescati, Leonard Bernstein, Paul
Kletzki, and Isler Salomon. He
guaranteed safety
has appeared on the Ed Sulli-
• . all savings insured to $10,000 by a
Erich Koch, Nazi gauleiter van show in 1958 and 1959.
United States Gov't. agency.
who was responsible for the
slaying of 376,000 Jews and
`World of Jewish Books'
Poles, was doomed to death
funds available
Broadcast
Sunday. Night
by hanging when the Polish
immediately
"World of Jewish Books," a
Current Rate
Supreme Court in Warsaw

no notice of withdrawal has ever been
upheld a lower court ruling special broadcast marking Jew-
required.
On
ANY
Amount
ish
Book
Month,
will
be
pre-
that he was guilty of crimes
sented on "Pages From the
against humanity.
Jewish Heritage," the weekly
series of broadcasts by the cul-
IF YOU TURN THE
ture commission of the Jewish
r •011 (1
Community Council, over Sta-
1,79
tion WCAR, Sunday, 11:30 to 12
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
midnight, announces Dr. Leo-
FIND A FINER WINE THAN
nard Sidlow, culture commis-
sion chairman.
DEXTER at CORTLAND • LIVERNOIS at W. 7 MILE • W. 9 MILE near COOLIDGE
Participating are Charles E.
Main Office: Woodward at Congress • 3 Other
Feinberg, Prof. Samuel A. Gol-
den,
of
Wayne
Sta
teilini-
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Mrs. Meir Tells WA Israel Mission

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