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May 13, 1960 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-13

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DAVID SAFRAN this week
has accepted the chairman-
ship of the 1960 Detroit Is-
rael Bond Drive, after service
for several years as chairman
of the steering committee.
Tom Borman is the outgoing
Detroit Israel Bond Commit-
tee chairman. John E. Lurie,
who has been a vice-chairman
of the campaign, will become
chairman of the steering com-
mittee. The new leaders will
be installed at the June 7
Israel twelfth anniversary
dinner, at the Statler, at
which Foreign Minister Golda
Meir of Israel will be guest
of honor, and at which Rabbi
Jacob E. Segal of Congrega-
tion Adas Shalom will be
presented with an Israel
Bond "Man of the Year"

Nehru Sees Israel's
Position as 'Emotive'

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Nehru declared here Monday
that India is not establishing
diplomatic relations with Israel
because the Middle East situa-
tion is "very emotive" and such
abstention on the part of India
"contributes toward the maint-
nance of stablity" in the Middle
East region.
Nehru pointed out that India
does recognize Israel "de jure"
but that sending a diplomatic
mission now to Israel" he
stated, "would complicate an al-
ready complex situation. Arab
antagonism toward Israel is
very emotive. We could serve
best by abstention from the
sending of a diplomatic mission
to Israel."

Israel Barzilai, Israel's Min-
ister of Health and its first
Ambassador to Poland, will
address the Labor Zionist
Movement-Pioneer Women-
Landsmanshaften Israel twelfth
evening, May
Harry L.
Schumer, La-
bor Zionists'
Israel Bond
chairman, an-
nounced that
the program
at the Hayim
Greenb erg
Center will be
the 'climax of
the local Is-
rael Bond cam-
paign for the
Labor Zionist-
Landsmanshaf- •
ten units, and
will be in the form of a rally
in honor of the recent peace
mission of Prime Minister Ben-
Mascha Benya, interpreter of
Yiddish, Israeli and English
folk songs, will entertain.
Barzilai, who is on a brief
U. S. tour, has been a key
Israeli leader since its estab-
lishment. He was Minister of
Posts, has participated in mis-
sions to European countries,
the U. S., South America and
the Far East. In 1958 he ar-
ranged a health mission ex-
change between Israel and Po-
land, and served as a delegate
to the 10th anniversary confer-
ence of the UN World Health
Organization in Indianapolis.
Born in Poland in 1913, Bar-
zilai received a traditional re-
ligious education, then attended
the Sorbonne and the Conserv-
atory in Paris. At 21 he emi-
grated to Palestine and partici-
pated in the founding of the
famous desert kibbutz, Negba,
which was besieged during the
War of Liberation, Barzilai
taking an active part in its
heroic defense, and where he,
his son and daughter still make
their home. He has been a mem-
ber of the Knesset since 1955.
Isaac Carmel, veteran Zion-
ist since the days of Theodor
Herzl, will address a special
brunch meeting of Farband
and Labor Zionist Organiza-
tion at 10:30 a.m., Sunday,
in the Habonim Room of the
Labor Zionist Institute.

Israel Negotiates Export-Import Loan

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

El Al has signed an agree-
ment for an option on the pur-
chase which will total $20,-
000,000. The American plane
maker has sent several engi-
neers to Lydda Airport where
they have started training the
first group of El Al ground
crews in jet airliner mainte-

JERUSALEM — Israel has
opened negotiations with the
United States Export-Import
Carmel, who has been de- Bank for a $16,000,000 loan for
scribed as a "walking encyclo- the purchase of the two Boeing
707 jetliners for El Al Na-
pedia of the
tional airlines, it was disclosed
Zionist move-
ment," is one
of the few sur-
viving Zionists
who was priv-
ileged to see
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Old Phonographs Converted to Stereo
the founder of
the movement
in person. He
was a youth in
England when
Herzl visited
there. Car-
mel's appear-
ance here is
on behalf of
of State of Is-
rael Bond s.
The combined
Farband and
• Dumont • Silvertone

Labor Zionist
• V-M
• Crosley
Organization brunch meeting is
• Hot Point • olympic
• Airline
one of the high points in the
• Webcor
Labor Zionist Movement-Pioneer
Women-Landsmanshaften Israel
Bond Drive, under Schumer's
"SINCE, 1938"
chairmanship, with Morris L.
Dexter Sales & Service Guarantee on
Schaver as honorary chairman.
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Morris Lieberman is heading
the LZO phase of the campaign.
The Labor Zionist Move-
ment-Landsmanshaften Israel
Bond Drive moves into its
third week with more than
$80,000 already announced in
purchases and pledges.
The Chaim Weitzmann So-
ciety will hold a special Israel
Bond program Monday, 8:30
p.m., at Congregation Beth
On Tuesday, Radomer Aid
Society will hold an Israel an-
niversary celebration on behalf
of Israel Bonds at the Work-
men's Circle Center. Zvi Tom-
kiewicz, executive director of
the Mizrachi-Hapoel HaMizrachi
of Detroit, will be the guest
Arlazaroff Branch 137, Far-
band, L.Z.O., will be guests of
Harry and Minnie Schumer at
a "Chag Sameach" Israel Bond
party gathering in honor of
Israel's anniversary, with Rabbi
Milton Arm as guest speaker,
Wednesday, 8:30 p.m., at the
Labor Zionist Institute.

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Hanoch Nenner, left, former Mayor of Eilat, new midwest
director of the Israel Investment Authority, when he came to
address an Israel Bond meeting of the Detroit Council of Pio-
neer Women, met a young Israel sailor whose Israeli ship was
in port in Detroit at the same time. Mrs. Victor Linden, center,
introduced Nenner, left, to Aharon Marantz, 23, Tel Aviv
seaman, whose shin, the Shomron, was in Detroit. Young Mar-
antz had met Nathan Linden, Mrs. Linden's father-in-law, in
Israel, and the elder Mr. Linden brought Aharon to his daugh-
ter-in-law's home, scene of the Pioneer Women Israel Bond pro-
gram, to meet his family and Nenner. The Pioneer Women, un-
der the leadership of Council president, Mrs. Sam Wasserman,
and Israel Bond co-chairmen, Mrs. Jack Gosman and Mrs.
Michael Michlin, purchased nearly $12,000 in Israel Bonds.

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S — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 13, 1960

Saran Is Named Israel Health Minister Barzilai
to Address Bond Event on May 25;
to Head Israel
1960 Bond Drive Cannel at Labor Zionist Rally

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