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February 03, 1961 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-03

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PATWA Director
Gives Advice on
Israel Prospects

Speculate Over Ben-
Status or Possib
uccessor

Professionally and technically
trained people in the Detroit
area who are interested in the
possibility of working in Israel
will be able to get first-hand
information on prospects from
Yitzhak WoOlfson, director of
the Jewish Agency's office for
Professional a n d Technical
Workers (PATWA) during his
visit to Detroit, Feb. 12, 13, and
14.
PATWA investigates employ-
ment opportunities in Israel for
all types of professional and
technical personnel. It serves as
a liaison between the applicant
and employers in Israel; makes
individual surveys of prospects;
and guides candidates in the
detailed preparations for settle-
ment in Israel.
Woolfson, director of PAT-
WA department of . the World
Zionist Organization in Jerusa-
lem, who is now on leave, has
taken up his duties in the Jew-
ish Agency in the New York
office where he will be direct-
ing the PATWA department for -
two years. He will be available
for interviews on Sunday, Feb.
12, at the Hayim Greenberg
Center, and on Monday and
Tuesday, Feb. 13 and 14, at the
Jewish Community Council of-
fice. Appointments may be ar-
ranged by calling Mrs. Maurice
Shepherd, WO 2-6710.

(Continued from Page 1)
taro, however, that sources in the
K n e s s e t, Israel's Parliament,
were not excluding the possibil-
ity of a new general election.
Acting Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol announced the govern-
ment's resignation in the Knes-
set Wednesday. The brief for-
mal statement was followed by
a demand for a debate on the
resignation. This request was
shelved when Eshkol objected
on behalf of the caretaker
government.
The opposition parties, 'spear-
headed by the General Zionists
and Herut, indicated plans to
force debate next week by col-
lecting the required number of
signatures of Knesset members.

Attempt to Head Off
Anti-Semitic Outbreak
in Latin America

A series of conferences be-
tween the World Jewish Con-
gress and leaders of Latin
''MAmerican
-Jewish c o m-
munities h a s
been set to
consider ac-
tion against a
possible out-
break of anti-
Semitism.
A top offi-
c ial of t h e
World Jewish
Congress, Dr.
Maurice L.
Perlzweig, will
me et with
Jewish leaders
in Argentina,
Brazil, Chile
and Uruguay
Dr. Perlzweig in February.
Dr. Perlzweig leaves Monday
for meetings with the Repre-
sentative Council of the Jewish
Community of Chile in Santiago.
FrOm Feb. 11-13 he will attend
a special session of the South
American Executive of the
World Jewish Congress, at
which representatives from
Jewish communities in more
than 12 South American lands
will be present.
From Buenos Aires Dr. Perlz-
weig will proceed to Montevideo
for talks with the Central' Jew-
ish Committee of Uruguay and
will - later go to Rio . de Janeiro
to meet with the Confederation
of Jewish Communities . of
Brazil.

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had falsified doeti''' ts to impli- C me off
omtly by Heru
JEWELERS
cate Lavon befo
an investi- and
ne
Zionists, ov
LivernOis UN 1 8184
gating committe
that probed the Pr
r's s d in the
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OPEN THURS. TO 9 P.M.
into the 1954 "mi
p" five years cas
a de ea ed, 77-
ago.
• • • • •
Though the Cabi
mbers
"acted in good faith in app
the whitewash of Lavon," Ben-
Gurion continued in his letter of •••
• •
resignation, "this does not change

the fact that injustice has been •

caused. Apparently," Ben-Gurion •


added in his letter, "many failed •
to realize that whitewashing one •

• • •
means finding another one guil- • • Is Proud to Announce That He

ty."


Has Sold 500 Copies of
J. SPITZER

Evidently referring to criti- •••


cism that his methods with re-

gard to the Lavon issue "are a •


threat to democracy" in Israel, •


Ben-Gurion stated in his letter: •

"Democracy is as dear to me as •
Speculation About Successor
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it is to any other citizen. But
Special to The Jewish News


JERUSALEM—A long-brewing democracy also means the • rule •
Because Our Prices Are the Lowest in Town!



internal Mapai party controversy, of . law and the separation of •

which has been dragged into the powers." • -- ,s 'resident •

• •

entire Israeli political sphe

over the Pinhas Lavo


a ing officer lied can

reached its climax
-

w - th the resig
vid established only by a court or by


Ben-Gurion,
- ects the judicial inquiry."

entire Coal'
a inet. Now the
Mapai leaders had hop for


State of
is puzzled not only a compromise in st ious

over .t
ccession, but whether
trove
hat

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anot
workable coalition
ael sine
St

ern
t can be formed that wil

ff
mad o ha
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be
oid of the rancor that ha G
ndon his "Me

em ed as a result of the Lavon
' s nce. At the s
e, •

affa
The Jewish Telegraph avon refused to •
is post •
• • •
Age
correspondent speculates in Histadrut
eatened to •
that
e are two possibilities carr
e in the Mapai •

• •
as to w
ha en.
vention.
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Only a day before Ben-Gurion's •
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ers, Ministers of Agriculture, resignation, it was even reported •

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Dayan, Giora Josephthal and month trip abroad, in lieu of- a •
(Also Available in Stero) •
Abba Eban, will urge him to resignation. But the inevitable


form a Cabinet from his own sup- occurred,s and the Premier hand-

HEBREW
BOOK
porters, but such a move, it is ed in his resignation.

speculated, would bring an open
& GIFT CENTER
He said he would devote him- •
split in the already splintered self to writing newspaper and

:

"The House of Bargains"
dominant. Mapai party. The other magazine articles.


possibility is that the Premier-

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UN
3-0543;
UN
3-1557

In the Knesset, prior to the
ship may be offered either to resignation, a motion of non- • 1 Wk. N. of Curtis

former Premier Moshe Sharett or confidence in the Ben - Gurion •
,...• ■ •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• (meows*
to Finance Minister Levi -Eshkol,
but the latter already has stated
that he would not accept the
post if it were offered to him.
Ben-Gurion submitted his res-
ignation to Israel's President
Itzhak Ben-.Zvi on Tuesday night,
after an extraordinary session of
his Cabinet. In his letter of res-
ignation, Ben-Gurion stated:
"My understanding of my obli-
gations forbids me to bear re-
sponsibility for the Cabinet de-
cision of Dec. 25, as this would
be incompatible with fundamen-
tal principles of justice and the
basic laws of the State."
1111 HIGHER EARNINGS-
He was referring to the Cab-
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inet meeting which, on Dec. 25,
unanimously accepted the report
SECURITY—
of a seven-member Ministerial
All accounts insured
committee that exonerated for-

to $10,000 by an agency
mer Defense Minister Pinhas La-
ederal Government
von of charges that he had given
the orders that resulted in a
"security mishap" in 1954. La-
von, now secretary general of
No notice of wi
Histadrut, Israel Federation of
has ever been require
Labor, resigned from the Defense
Ministry in 1955.
The same Ministerial commit-
tee had also charged that certain
high ranking Israel army officers

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