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June 10, 1960 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Tune 10, 1960 —

Strictly Confidential


politicians are continually out-
Israel's Political Scene:
While in Israel, I made some maneuvered by the old man .
notes on the political situation David Ben-Gurion is as strong
. . • should we say, the politi- in Israel as Adenauer in Ger-
cian's panorama . . . As long many.
as Ben-Gurion lives and wants
to retain the Premiership, noth-
ing will disturb the balance of
power . Ben-Gurion is so
The Detroit Chapter of
strongly entrenched, and the
older he gets the more power AMERICANS for DEMOCRAT-
he takes unto himself . . . He IC ACTION will hold its annual
is his own Minister of Foreign garden party Saturday, June 18,
Affairs . . . True, Golda Meir at the home of Mr. and
holds the title and goes through Mrs. Abe Zwerdling, 18265
the routine motions of her Birchcrest, it was announced by
office, but the man with the Stanley Michaels, chairman.
bushy hair makes all the de- Guest at the event, which be-
cisions . . . When there arose gins at 9 p.m., will be State
a crisis in education, Ben- Supreme Court Justice Theo-
Gurion assumed the post of dore Souris. Chairman of the
Minister of Education, thus garden party arrangements com-
holding officially three cabinet mittee is Mrs. Zena Baum, wife
posts: the Premiership, the of Judge Victor J. Baum.
* * *
Ministry of Defense and the
Ministry of Education . . . Un-
One of Americn's most gifted
officially he also occupies the young fashion designers, 30-
post of Minister of Foreign year old Detroiter ANN
affairs . .. In other words, he MOORE, will make her TV de-
is his own Cabinet.
but Monday, when she makes a
What is happening to Abba guest appearance on WXYZ-
Eban? . . . He still holds the TV's mid-morning "House of
rank of Minister without Port- Fashion" with the Lady of
folio, is a member of the Cabi- Charm.
* *
net and participates in all
Cabinet meetings, is also a
member of the Executive of hold its final meeting of the
Mapai Party . . . The foreign season on Sunday evening, in
secretaryship which he was the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
promised when he gave up his Blitz, of 17180 Greenlawn.
Ambassadorship to the U.S. is
The 23rd annual field day
still far away . . . There are
rumors that Eban is getting fed and picnic sponsored by the
up with carrying around a port- LETTER CARRIERS OF MET-
folio that is empty . . . He was ROPOLITAN 'DETROIT will be
ready to take the post of edu- held June 26, at Walled Lake
cation but thus far it has not Park. Proceeds from the outing
been offered to him . . . Eban are used for the Letter Carriers
is of course busy with his presi- Benevolent Fund, which pays
dency of the Weizmann Insti- supplemental sick, death, retire-
tute of Science . . . The title ment and health benefits to let-
and his status gave him plenty ter carriers, their widows and
of prestige . . . Yet it is an children. Tickets are available
open secret that Eban's am- from your "favorite" letter car-
bitions are political . . . The rier.
* * *
intellectuals recognize that
Eban is the most gifted young
Tickets for the Rodgers and
man in the entourage of Ben- Hammerstein hit musical,
Gurion . . . His diplomatic "SOUTH PACIFIC," to be pre-
savoir faire, his scholarship, his sented by the Department of
knowledge of world affairs and Parks and Recreation on June
his linguistic talents put him 25 and 26 are now on sale at the
in a class by himself . . . Ben Ford Auditorium and down-
Gurion's visit to the U.S. was town Grinnells.
Eban's idea . . . He worked out
the plan and the strategy . . .
HENRY J. ROSEN, in real
He should have been rewarded estate for 21 years, has opened
with the rank of Minister of his own office, the Henry J.
State for Foreign Affairs . . • Rosen Co., 18317 Appoline. He
But the young guard around was formerly associated with
Ben Gurion is not exactly the Elmer M. Clark Co., Albert ,
friendly to him . . . Besides, Building Co. and the Alan
Golda Meir, we are told. would Grossman Co. For selling or
have resented the selection .. . buying, particularly in the
She does not wish to "share" Northwest Detroit area and
her post with anyone except suburbs, he may be contacted
Ben-Gurion . . As a matter of at UN 2-2402.
fact she is unhappy, as it is,
* *• *
because there have been oc-
Achievement awards and di-
casions when Ben Gurion did plomas were presented to 12
not even consult her on policy employees of local savings and
decisions . . it would not sur- loan associations at the recent
prise us one bit if Golda were annual graduation dinner-dance
to resign one of these days.
The only man who in the AND LOAN INSTITUTE, the
heart and mind of Israelis is educational and professional or-
considered the statesman who ganization which serves the na-
will eventually succeed Ben tion's savings and loan busi-
Gurion is Moshe Sharett . . . nesses.
He has refused offers to join
* * *
the Cabinet and is keeping
Dr. LEON FRAM, spiritual
himself exclusively ready for leader of Temple Israel, and
the big job . . The Mapai the JEWISH FOLK CHORUS
machine is behind him . . . If will participate in a program
a Cabinet crisis should develop, sponsored by the Michigan
or if Ben-Gurion should decide Friends of the South at 8 p.m.,
to quit, Sharett will get the Saturday, in Central Methodist
unanimous vote of the Mapai Church. Rev. Fred L. Shuttles-
party .. . But the professional worth, Birmingham, Ala., leader
in the drive for civil rights, will
Mizrachi School Honors 46 be principal speaker.
Forty-six girls originating
Rabbi JOSEPH ELIAS, prin-
from 13 different countries re-
ceived vocational diplomas or cipal of the Beth Yehudah
matriculation certificates at Schools here, has returned
graduation exercises held in the from the National Conference
Esther and David Shapiro of Yeshiva Principals, which
School of the Beth Zeiroth Miz- was held recently in Ferndale,
rachi, Jerusalem. Guests includ- N.Y. Rabbi Elias, who presented
ed 91 American women mem- a paper on "Levels of Priority
bers of the 1960 pilgrimage in the Curriculum," was elected
tour of the Mizrachi Women's vice-president of the organiza-
Organization of America.


Expansion, Shows Israeli Progress in Paper Mills

Completion of a $12,000,000
expansion program at the Amer-
ican Israeli Paper Mills, Ltd.,
at Hadera, Israel, has given the
country a fully-integrated pulp
and paper industry, capable of
digesting a bale of straw and
turning out newsprint, fine
printing, wrapping paper and
table napkins.
The expansion, which has
alleviated a chronic paper short-
age that existed since 1953, was
accomplished through the assist-
ance of the Mazer family, prin-
cipal stockholders of the Hud-
son Pulp and Paper Co., in this
country, the Palestine Economic
Corp., individuals in South
America, Australia and Europe
and the Israel publishing co-
operative, Hamol.
The Israel pulp mill will util-

ize local agricultural residues,
mostly straw and cornstalk, as
basic raw materials. The method
will provide Israel farmers with
an additional 2,000,000 Israel
pounds in annual income.
The expansion was financed
through the sale of 6,500,000
shares of stock in the U.S.; 500,-
000 shares in Israel; a $3,000,-
000 direct loan from the Export-
Import Bank in Washington;
and the company's own re-
sources and re-investments.
The paper mills, which now
represent a $20,000,000 wholly
private investment, r ea c h e d
11,700,000 Israel pounds in sales


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Features Cartoon Exhibit

WASHINGTON — U l t r a-
sophisticates from New Yorker
magazine cartoons rub shoul-
ders with dog-eared citizens of
L'il Abner's Dogpatch at the
Bnai Brith Building in Wash-
ington, as part of a cartoon and
comic strip display in the Klutz-
nick Exhibit Hall, honoring four
outstanding American Jewish
cartoonists, Al Capp, Rube Gold-
berg, Saul Steinberg and the
late Milt Gross.

during 1958-59, and this year
are expected to reach 30 - 35,-
000,000 in Israel pounds.
The company paid a five per-
cent cash dividend and a three
percent stock dividend in 58-59.
It has become a dynamic exam-
ple of the economic soundness
of private investments in Israel.





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