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May 06, 1960 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-06

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News Brevities

A-Bomb Greeting

JEftUSALEM, (JTA) — Min-
ister of Agriculture General
Moshe Dayan, former Israeli
Chief of Staff, apologized to his
colleagues in the Israel Cabinet
for having sent a personal mes-
sage of congratulations to those
responsible for the explosion of
an atomic bomb in the French
Sahara.
Dayan expressed regrets to
his colleagues because he pub-
lished a signed article in the
newspaper Maariv in which he
said that Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion had informed him
of the Prime Minister's plan
to have talks with President
Eisenhower and Chancellor Kon-
ra a Adenauer before others had
been informed.
Cabinet members affiliated
with the Mapam and Achdut
Avodah parties lashed into Day-
an for his action — disclosed
in another one of the former
general's newspaper articles —
that he had sent a personal
message of congratulations to
those responsible for the French
atomic bomb test.
Minister of Development Mor-
dechai Ben-Tov and Minister of
Transportation Yitzhak Ben-
Aharon insisted that it was not
proper for Dayan to have sent
this message since, they argued,
it would be assumed that such
messages automatically were ap-
proved by the Cabinet. In view
of the criticism, Dayan apolo-
gized to the entire cabinet for
having made the report public
in his newspaper article.

Lavon Re-Elected
H istadrut Secretary

TEL AVIV, (JTA — Pinhas
Lavon, secretary general of His-
tadrut, the Israel Federation of
Labor, was re-elected to his
post. The executive also elected
Mrs. Yehudit Simhonit as head
of Histadrut's political -depart-
ment.

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United Hias Service an-
nounced that Herman Rosen, a
veteran of more than 15 years'
experience in
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Jewish philan-
throphy, is its
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ing. Before
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gration and re-
settlement ag-
ency, Rosen
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sentative of
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peal. He has Rosen
also held the posts of acting as-
sistant field director of the UJA
and executive assistant of the
Associated Jewish Charities &
Jewish Welfare Fund of Balti-
more.
* * *
A group exhibition entitled
"Season's Review" is opening
this Monday, at GARELICK'S
GALLERY, 20208 Livernois.
The show will consist of all the
artists who had one-man shows
during the past year. These in-
clude: Evelyn Brackett, Lila
Copeland, Joseph Floch, Rich-
ard A. Florsheim, William Grop-
per, Arnold Hoffman, Mervin
Jules, Leonard and Irene Jung-
wirth, Porzano and Richard
Wilt. The exhibition will run
through May 28.

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Dr. LEE S. DREYFUS, assist-
ant director of WSU Broadcast-
ing, announced that, effective
May 1, Dr. JOHN B. ELLERY
will be station manager of
WDET, and Allan Murdock will
be assistant to the manager.
• * *
The spring dinner-dance of
the DETROIT JEWELRY
SALES ASSOCIATES is plan-
ned for Saturday evening, in
Sammy's Avalon Room. Past
presidents who will receive ci-
tations that evening include
Phil Rothschild, Irving Segal,
Harold Karlsruher, Louis Zim-
merman and Murray Green-
baum. Entertainment will fea-
ture Matt Gouze and his Tam-
buritzans and Sammy Barnett's
Orchestra. George Cohn, presi-
dent, is chairman of entertain-
ment for the evening.
* * *
Rabbi BENJAMIN H. GOR.
RELICK, of Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue, and Rabbi MORDECAI
S. HALPERN, of Oak Park's
Cong. Beth Shalom, will be
delegates to the 60th anniver-
sary convention of the Rabbini-
cal Assembly of America, which
begins Sunday and continues to
Thursday, at Grossinger's, in
New York.
* * *
HARRY PEARLMAN, New
York paper manufacturing exec-
utive, will be inducted as a Fel-
low of Brandeis University at a
dinner in his honor, May 11, in
the Hotel Waldorf Astoria, New
York.

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Rodgers a n d Hammerstein's
musical hit, "FLOWER DRUM
SONG," starring Juanita Hall
and Keye Luke, will make its
first stop after departing from
New York at the Riviera
Theater, where it will begin a
three week engagement on
Tuesday. "Flower Drum Song,"
laid in San Francisco's China-
town, tells a love story against
a beckground of family tradi-
tion and the age-old differences
in viewpoint of the elder and
younger generations.
* * *
GUSSIN FAMILY CLUB will
meet Sunday evening, in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. David
Gussin, 18010 Pinehurst.
*
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MOSHE SILBERG, Justice of
the Supreme Court in Jerusalem,
Israel, was h-onoted at a lunch-
eon held by the faculty of Ye-
shiva University's Bernard
Revel Graduate School, in New
Yark.
* * *
SHERMAN FAMILY CLUB
will meet at 8:30 p.m., Sunday,
in the home of Mrs. Gertrude
Steingold, 17592 Roselawn. Co-
hostesses will be Jean Lorber
and Johanna Meyers.

• *

Senate Committee Proposes Cut
in Funds to Jordanian Refugees

WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee has adopted a mutual se-
curity bill amendment provid-
ing for curtailment of United
States funds dishonestly used in
Jordan. The amendment was in-
troduced by Sen. Albert Gore,
Tennessee Democrat.
Sen. Gore said the black
market situation in ration cards
for Arab refugees in Jordan was
so bad that officials of the
United Nations were beaten up
when they dared question the
validity of certain cards. De-
spite the beatings, the gov-
ernment of Jordan has refused
to provide police protection to
the UN personnel, he added.
The Foreign Relations Com-
mittee accepted Sen. Gore's view
that Jordan will preserve the
corrupt status quo as long as
outside financial support is con-
tinued. The amendment adopted
provided that no U.S. funds will
be made available for support
of the ration program after
Jan. 1, 1961, except for the is-
suance of rations to those ref u-

South Haven's

Israel Rectifies
`Irregularities' in
FoodDistribution

WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The
"irregularities" in the distribu-
tion of surplus American agri-
culture commodities, with which
Israel, among some other coun-
tries, was charged by the In-
ternational Cooperation Admin-
istration, have now been deter-
mined to have all occurred in
the fields of activities of volun-
tary agencies as distinct from
official government channels.
These "irregularities," which
were minor in nature, occurred
several years ago and have since
been rectified, it was estab-
lished.

Seek to Lift Gen. Dayan's
Immunity for Accident Trial

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
lifting of the Parliamentary
immunity of Gen. Moshe Da-
yan, Israel Minister of Agri-
culture, so that he could stand
trial in a traffic accident, was
asked by Pinhas Rosen, Israel's
Minister of Justice, in his ca-
pacity as acting Attorney Gen-
eral.
The request was made to
Kadish Luz, speaker of the
Knesset, Israel's Parliament.
Gen. Dayan, former Chief of
Staff, was involved in the acci-
dent, in which several people
were injured and for which he
was blamed, at the end of 1958.
The accident occurred after
Gen. Dayan resigned from the
Army but before he became
a member of Knesset.

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29 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 6, 1960

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