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December 02, 1960 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-02

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LONDON, (JTA)—Four American ships will be re-
moved from the Jordanian Government blacklist because
their owners reportedly presented • guarantees against
resuming trade with Israel, it was reported from Amman.
The ships are the Exchester, the Exporter, the Exbrook
and the Montego Sea. At the same time, the American
ship Lipscombe Lykes has been added to the blacklist,
the report stated.
(The Exchester, Exporter and Exbrook are part of
the merchant fleet belonging to the American Export
Lines, Inc., with headquarters in New York. A spokes-
man for the company told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
there was no immediate comment on the report.)

Osnos, Stein Chosen
Chairmen of Muscular
Dystrophy Campaign -

Max Osnos and Sol Stein have
been appointed Commerce and
Industry • co-chairmen for the
Wayne County drive of the
Muscular Dystrophy Ass o c i a-
tions of Am e r i c a, Inc., an-
nounces Howard P. Parshall,
general campaign chairman.
Osnos and Stein will organ-
ize financial support among
business and professional

JERUSALEM
Meir, Israel's
gn Minister,
expressed t
o Tuesday that
Soviet a
ies •ould make
all-out
its to clear the "atmo-
sph
' created by a blood libel
s t y in a Soviet newsp
nish those respons
ad Teporte•
The st
e
Daghes
on
Aug. 9.
Mrs. Meir made
statement
in reply to
in the Knes-

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set concerning a photostat of the
article which was printed in the
ew York Herald Tribune and-,
cerning a report of the prom-
made by Soviet authorities
ndre Blumel, French Jewish
der, that the writer of the
icle would be penalized.
Mrs. Meir said that the article
ontained a statement that Jews
use Moslem blood for ritual pur-
poses and that the newspaper
subsequently printed an apology. .
There is a large Moslem popula-
tion in the area.
Asked about statements made
by members of the leftist-Mapam
party abroad about concessions
to Arab states, Mrs. Meir said
the Foreign Ministry had re-
ceived a report about such state-
ments. She said it would be
"advisable" that Israeli citizens
refrain from expressing views
counter to official Israel govern-
ment policy. Abraham Rimalt, of
the General Zionists, the ques-
tioner, said that American diplo-
mats had quoted such Mapam
statements and he asked whether
partisan expression on delicate
issues did not harm Israeli
policy.

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Isadore Sobeloff, executive
vice president of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, in the prin-
cipal address delivered at the
luncheon that marked the 40th
anniversary celebration of the
Mothers' Clubs of the Jewish
Community Center, commended
the women on their uninter-
rupted activities dur
past four decad
Heading
of speakers
who repr
ted . a number of
commu
groups, Sobeloff ex-
presse
he community's satis-
facti o in the Moth.Clubs
activ*



Golda Meir Hopes Reds Will Clear
Atmosphere of Blood Libel Story

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Sobeloff Commends Mothers' Clubs'
Communal Efforts in Forty Years

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Osnos

Mrs. Julian H. Krolik, mem-
ber of the Detroit Commission
on Community Relation s,
brought greetings from Mayor
Miriani • and read the proclama-
tion issued by the Mayor set-
ting Wednesday as Mothers'
Clubs Day in Detroit.
Participants in the luncheon
program included Miss Mary
n, who w irector of
s o
ars,
the
heir • • ception, and he
ollowing:
Mrs. Joseph Temchin,
s-
Bregman, Joseph rn-
Her
Mrs.
. George Pos
ste .
• w, Eu-
arshal, Irwin
tom
lomovitz,
Jaffe, Phi
an and Mrs.
Victor S •
Philip F



Stein

groups to aid MDAA's fight
against the mysterious, muscle-
wasting disease.
Osnos, active in civic and
government affairs and head of
Sams, Inc., is on the board of
Temple Israel, Jewish Welfare
Federation of Detroit, and
American Jewish League for
Israel.
President of Temple Israel
and past president of the Pro-
bus Club, Stein is also active in
civic affairs. He- is affiliated
with the Moslem Temple and
Detroit Lodge, Bnai Brith.
I n addition to sponsoring
more than 100 research projects
in the United States and Eur-
ope, MDAA has built the Insti-
tute for Muscle Disease, a
$5,000,000 research center in
New York City.
Locally, MDAA, Inc. suppor
the Muscular Dystrophy Cli
in the Detroit Memorial
pital. Under the direction of
Max K. Newman, the
supplies physical and oc
tional therapy, appliances
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• Tickets are now being sold
for the "1960 Motorarna
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Reg. $1
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$3.75
Auxiliary; announced chairmen
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mander, and Mrs. Na. han Feld,
uxiliary senior vice president.
al Gordon and his orchestra
be featured at the dance
e held Dec. 17 at Cobo Hall.
V Commander Gerson
der and Auxiliary President
s. Albert Rosen state that
roceeds of the dance support
the many projects of JWV, in-
cluding service to every vet-
erans hospital in the state, Chil-
dren's Hospital, the Franklin
Settlement Home, the Girl's Di-
vision of the Juvenile Detention,
the D.. J. Healy Children's
Home and the U.S.O.
Members of the lathes auxil-
iary meet to sew cancer pads
and see to the aid of needy
veterans' families. The group
Chain
sponsors scholarships on a non-
(Rhodium Finish)
sectarian basis to children of
veterans and helps to maintain
SHOP
Reg.
a researc wing in the Tel Hash-
$2.00
EARLY
omer Hospital in Israel.
A program of Americanism
includes the presentation of
HEADQUARTERS FOR HANUKAH DECORATIONS,
American flags to schools and
RECORDS, GAMES, ELECTRIC MENORAHS, ETC.
scout troops plus the always
important maintenance of a leg-
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who is the active spokesman in
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"The House of Bargains Where You Always
The Jewish War Veterans Me-
morial Home is also supported
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5 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 2, 1960

Arabs Lift Ban on 4 Ships,
Owners Stop Israel Trade •

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