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December 09, 1960 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 9, 196 0

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Three Detroit Delegates to
liVorld Zionist Congress

Three Detroiters will be delegates to the World Zionist
Congress opening in Jerusalem on Dec. 27.
Rabbi Isaac Stollman, former national president of the
Religious Zionists of America (Mizrachi), will be one of his
organization's representatives.
Mrs. Jerome Hauser, president of Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah, will be one of the 41 American Hadassah delegates.
Her husband, Dr. Hauser, will be a Congress Observer,'
Philip Slomovitz is a member of the Zionist Organization
of America delegation. Mrs. Slomovitz ha4 been named a ZOA
Observer at the Congress.
* * *

Mrs. Hauser Feted by
Hadassah Prior to Trip

Prior to her departure for
Israel as a member of the
American Hadassah delegation
to the World Zionist Congress,
Mrs. Jerome Hauser, the chap-
ter's president, was feted by
members of the local board of
directors.
Mrs. Hauser, accompanied by
her husband,
Dr. Hauser,
will sail from
New York on
Dec. 13 and
will visit sev-
eral European
countries b e-
fore going to
Israel. Dr.
Hauser will
be an observer
at the Con-
gress and will
also meet with
members of
the new Ha-
Mrs. Hauser dassah medi-
cal center staff.
Mrs. Herman Shulman, na-
tional chairman of Hadassah's
Zionist affairs committee, and
former national president, ad-
vises that Hadassah - will have
the largest American delega-
tion to the Congress.

10th Year in America
Observed by Israel's
First National Bank

Ben-Gurion Wards off Censorship in Knesset Row

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Prime
Moshe Sneh, the Communist
Minister David Ben - Gurion deputy, asserted that a public
adroitly warded off in the Knes statement by the outgoing Chief
set three separate denuncia- of Staff, Haim Laskov, which
tions of security censorship in he called entirely political, had
Israel and succeeded in prevent. been banned by the censor but
ing a full dress debate on the permitted to appear in the

issue.
Histadrut newspaper,
Other
inconsistencie
cit-
Appearing in his capacity as
pleaded
Defense Minister, the Prime ed by speakers
is ap *roach
Minister replied to three sepa- for a more r-
r-sen
y
rate motions for debate on "in- and less "
terference with freedom of ex- the cens •
Asser a
the issue had
pression," and managed to have
the issue referred to the Knes- been " o Ip" beyond its ac-
ions, the Prime Min-
set Foreign Affairs and Secur- tual ro •
ister c
a long-standing ree
ity Committee.
an
Midi Ben Eliezer, a Herut men etween news ed'
rmy's gene • t
t u.
d e p u t y, with whom Ben- 4 th
to a thre- a corn ttee
Gurion clashed on issues of al-
disputes out enso hip.
leged libel in the 1954 "secur-
e said that, firing he p
six
ity mishap" case, cited examples
ears, censorship icials had
of political censorship to dis
listed 21 complaint and tha
prove the Prime Minister's r
peated declarations that onl the committee had animo
g
security censorship existed i sustained the complaints
20 papers and closin
e for
Israel.
one day.
S. Abramov of the General
n 18 c I
s by editors,
Zionists charged that the Is-
rael censor exceeded his th• ee had lifted four
bounds and was guilty of over- censorship orders, and upheld
zealousness. He said it was nine, listing the others as incon-
"absurd" that the Israel press clusive. The Prime Minister said
could not reprint items from this information disproved the
overseas newspapers, and add- charges of those seeking a de-
ed that "suppression of news" bate. The majority of the Knes-
led to exaggerated rumors, set supported him and, by mu-
created confusion and under- tual agreement, the matter was
referred to committee.
mined morale.
lash between the

I

Bank Leumi le-Israel (He-
brew for National Bank of
Israel) is marking the 10th
anniversary of its U.S. opera-
tions this month.
The bank, established in Tel
Aviv in 1902, ranks 227th among
the world's 500 largest commer-
cial banks. With a banking
agency in New York, 118
branches in Israel, an affiliate
—Anglo-Israel Bank Ltd.—in
London, a n d representative
offices in Zurich and Frank-
furt, Bank Leumi is the largest
bank in Israel.
Gideon Strauss, who heads
the bank's New York Agency,
said that the rapid expansion of
U.S.-Israel financial and eco-
nomic relations which had origi- Meir and U
nally prompted the bank's open-
ing of a representative office Meet T
here- in 1950 and later of a
JE
EM, (JTA)—United
full-fledged banking agency in
Ambassador Ogden Reid
1959, had proved the need for Sta
eceived by Foreign Minister
a specialized commercial bank
Ida Me' — the seco
with detailed knowledge of fi-
'thin th past few day
nancial and economic conditio
what wa
and possibilities both in Is
of var
been a
and the United States.
tere
lems of
lieve
countri
e Arab
UN de
was t center of th
sion.
earlier
g between
mbassador Reid
The Jewish Welfare Federa- Welfare agencies, totallin
voted to technical prob-
tion will hold its 12th annual $892,867, were:
lems and the supply of American
pre-campaign budget confer-
Community Workshop, $15,715; agricultural surpluses to Israel.
Air Society, $24,997; Hebrew
ence, 9:30 a.m., Sunday, Dec. 18, Fresh
Free Loan Association, $6,874; House
at the Jewish Center, 18100 of Shelter, $5,527; Jewish Community
Meyers, announces Max M. Fish- aiiiltg4n$s18Z;e1giceJeriinsAuFd anngillyBealilied-
er, president.
for
faire), $75,500; Jewish Ho
Aged, $175,50; Jewish -V tional
At the conference, members Service, $91,705; Jewish Velfare
, $102,-
of the governing body and its Federation - Administra
083; Resettlemen
ervi , $23.958;
member agencies will develop a Scholarship Fu
i
,000 - nai
- Shiff
formula for allocating funds to Hospital
Program, B
esea
s,
be raised in the 1961 Allied $135,096-'
Train
u nd,
$1,0
ployee
Pension
Jewish Campaign.
Tr
ck Hills Author-
Jewish Charities,
, Allied Jewish C a m p a i g
$29 .
allocations 'ere
funds are divided in o
$41,873.
categories: 1: Oversea c Is-
Educ n agencies a
Ca
totalling $40
rael; 2. Detroit Oper ng; 3. dras
$22,845;
m
Detroit Capital; and 4. • al School, $13,6
e • e w
Schools,
,
nit
wish
Folk
Agencies.
Scho
yim Green erg Hebrew-
chool). $1.770: United Jew-
ce Yiddi
When the budget cot
ish Hi
$6,183; Workmen'
develops a formula an the Circle Schoo ol, 512.638;
Yeshi
Federation board of governors Beth Yehuda $24,,730.
The
Community.
ratifies it, the total sum avail- the local Communit
atnigis'
able for allocation to local agen- Agency, was allocate
0.
cies is divided among the Fed-
Erwin Simon
irman and
eration's health and welfare, Milford R. P
son, co-chair-
Guest Speaker:
education, and community rela- - man, of th
- eration Division
tions budget and planning divi- that bu •
heal
– elfare
sions.
agen
r-
n D
The board of governors of
tion
; of the ed
Federation has approved allo-
. Jack 0. Le
is chair-
cations to 14 local member
and Sa
enberg,
agencies whose budgets
-chair
, of th
ommunity
the fiscal year 1960-61
elations division.
$8,500,000. These
come to a total of
greater than the
Center
fiscal year of
Still
The Federation boa
ed the allocation of
ter Teen
The
toward the operat
efeated
e
these agencies. T
by drubbing
an
allocation was pa •
en, 55-32, Nov. 30
raised in its 196
scorer
lly Davis was
Campaign.
h 16.
e busy this
The team
and partic
Fees and gra
e Windsor Jew-
ncies in the weeek playi
pation by four
Windsor, Sunday;
United Comm ► ty Services, ish Cen •
Noted Israeli Writer
Church of God at
oundation Woo •
through the Unite
and Lecturer, and
Oak, Tuesday, and hosting
Torch Drive, accou
Wife of Israeli
Herman
Gardens
in
a
return
balance between the Fe
Ambassador to U.N.
match at 7 p.m., Thursday.
allocation and the total
The Junior Varsity will host
spent. -
The U.C.S. allocated $683,- Southgate Recreation at 2 p.m.,
12 to 1 P.M.
142 to participating Federa- Sunday, December 11, and will
Social Hour
visit Huntington Woods Thurs-
tion agencies in 1960.
Allocations to Health and day. The Juniors are 0-2.

Prime Minister and the Herut
deputy Ben Eliezer developed
when the former challenged
" Ben Eliezer to waive Parlia-
mentary immunity and stand
prosecution for libel.
e deputy had read a press
arging Shimon Peres,
now Dep
.Defense Minister,
with forgin documents in the
1954 security ishap case when
he was dir
ec r-general of the
Defense Alin try. Before the
session_ was e $ ed, Ben Eliezer
took the fl r for a private
atement i which he denied
•ling Pe
and attacked the
ster's practice of
me
alleng
deputies to waive
immu
as "demagogic."

.

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LINE CARIBBEAN CRUISES

Is JERUSALEM sails Dec. 19,
Jan. 4, 16, 28, Feb. 11, Mar. 2.
ZIM REGULAR SERVICE to Is-
rael. SS ZION, Dec. 13, SS IS-
RAEL, Jan. 12, SS ZION, Jan. 25,
SS ISRAEL, Feb. -24, SS JERU-
SALEM, Mar. 15, ZION, Mar. 17.
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