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March 10, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-10

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Barbour Named Envoy to Israel

All workers in the general
solicitation section of the Wo-
men's Division of the Allied
Jewish Campaign will see the
United Jewish Appeal movie,
"Memo to Eichmann," reports
Mrs. Max L. Lichter, general
solicitation chairman.
Women who live in Detroit
will see the movie Wednesday,
at the Jewish Center. Screen-
ing will begin at 10 a.m., 1 p.m.
and 8 p.m. Mrs. Lichter said
workers can choose the time
they wish to attend.
Women who live in the sub-
urbs, including Southfield, Oak
Park, Huntington Woods,
Franklin and Birmingham, will
see the movie Thursday, March
16, at the Jewish Center —
United Hebrew School Building,
15110 Ten Mil e. Screenings
again will begin at 10 a.m. 1
p.m. • and 8 p.m.
Eight-hundred Women's Divi-
sion campaign workers in De-
troit and 700 campaign workers
in. the suburbs are expected to
view the film.
Mrs. Lichter stressed that

WASHINGTON — President
rbour has •
n Lon
Kennedy announced Tuesday
is present•acity since 19
intention to appoint Walw
In 1958 he was given the ran
Barbour as United States
of career minister. H 's 52 ye
sador to Israel, thus n
old a
e nomi
career. diplomat with revious
e Se
experience in Cairo a aghdad.
Barbour, presently puty Chief
of Mission in Lond , who suc-
ceeds Ogden R. Re' is a native
of Massachusetts. H entered the
United States forei service •
1930 after graduatin
yard University, served a number
of years in Italy, Greece and Bul-
garia, and in 1941 was assigned
to Cairo and then to Baghdad.
In 1945, Barbour was made act-
ing assistant chief director of
southern European affairs and in
Members Only
1949 he became counselor of Em-
bassy with rank of Minister at
Moscow. From 1951 to 1953 he
•Credit Union
s director of Eastern Euro-
n affairs in the Department
tate. In 1954 he was pro-
d to deputy assistant secre-

Sharp's National Wholesale
Grocers Handle 'Our Own'
Food Products in Detroit

Announcement
a e
am Sharp's
week that
938
National Why ale G
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, will han
12th St.,
food products
the "0
in Det
is called to the
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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

each viewing will last an hour Landau, Norman Wachler, Alan P.
and will include the film, a Goldstein, Richard A. Serlin, Sol-
Redstone, Morris Miner, David
speaker who will briefly famili- omon
Levine, Mitchell Mandeberg, Arnold
arize the women with the work Winshall, Irving M. Stahl, Martin
Messer, Nathan B. Portnoy, Max
of the 14 Federation member Rubin,
Jack W. Milen, Lee- R. Alvin,
agencies in Detroit supported Carl Rosman, Arthur Braverman,
Norval
Slobin, Isadore Goldstein,
by the campaign, and the dis- Max M. . Honeyman,
Ray Werbe, Ber-
tribution of kits.
nard Bladen, Harry Sanders, Joe
Jack W. Mitchell, Edward
Mrs. Sam Barnett and Mrs. Radkin,
Narens, I. William Sherr, Howard
Arthur Gould will speak on local Binkow, Herbert Racklin, Ellis B.

agencies.

Division captains who will greet
their workers and help distribute
kits are: l' dames George Gantz,
Jack B. Mickel, Charles Abramson,
Jacob Alspector, Jerome Stern, Os-
car Bean, Sidney Kaye, Graham

Rifkin, Moses Caplan, Milton Berger,
Joe Berger, Henry Shewack, Stephen
Fishman, Max M. Isberg, John H.
Redfield, Bert P. Solomon, Albert
Schneider, Bernard Aston, Jerome
J. T•umper, Arnold Ruby, Herman
Chapin, S. Samuel Taylor and New-
ton Ressler.

ter

B'NAI B'RITH

Israel and Bonn Sign New Pact

COLOGNE, (JTA)—An agree-
ment detailing the list of goods
to be sent to Israel during the
tenth year of the Reparations
Agreement was signed here by
Dr. Hans Goers, representing the
West German Foreign Ministry
and Ambassador Eliezer Shirmar,
head of Israel's Mission here.
The agreement covers the period
from April 1, 1961, to March 31,
1962.
A communique issued by the
Israel Mission stated that there
were no basic deviations from the
arrangements made in past years.
The Bonn government this year
again limited the allocation for
annual deliveries to Israel to
oods worth 250,000,000 deutsche-
arks ($60,000,000)., Seventy-
million deutschemarks were
ted for oil deliveries.
e communique stressed that
rs about an extension or
al of the reparations treaty
d 1965 were without factual
"These allegations were
ead during recent years by in-
rested sources in order to dis-
urb the relations between the
Federal Republic and Israel," the
communique declared.
During the past year, the corn-

an af-

tary of

fair

munique added, trade between
the two countries had developed
satisfactorily. Accordin to re-
liminary figur
made
purchases f
tr
ederal Re-
public a
erlin outside
the R
r a
ns Agreement
amo
ng
out
de
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Co pared wr , 00
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orts to t ederal Rep
proximated 75
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•ri. 1959 a
to

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Educatio'n. Keynotes
Lubavitcher Conclave
to Be Held in Detroit

The first midwest convention
of Tzeirei Agudath Chabad
(Lubavitcher Youth Organiza-
tion) will take place in Detroit
March 17-19 for the strengthen-
ing of Jewish education.
Delegates will represent Buf-
falo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleve-
land, Indianapolis, Milwaukee,
Pittsburgh and Toronto. There
will also- be a special delegation
from the headquarters in New
York.
During the Sabbath the dele-
gates will speak in synagogues
and at Chabad groups in the
city and its suburbs.
In honor of the guests, a
grand melave malka will be
held 8:30 p.m. March 18 at
Northwest Young Israel. The
public is invited.

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Bernard Linderman, chairman
of the Detroit Council of the
Labor Zionist Organization, an-
nounces an Oneg Shabbat 8:30
p.m. March 17 in the Hayim
Greenberg Center. Dr. Ezra
Spicehandler will speak on "Com-
munism, Castro, and the South
American Jew."
Gerald L. Goldberg, vice-chair
man in-charge of program,
assisted by Aaron Bornstei
Harold Silver, Mrs. Chana Mic
lin, Morris Ginsburg, Berl Hear
shen, Mrs. I. Pokempner, Mrs.
Dena Greenberg, Mrs. Deborah
Goldberg and Bernard Boren-
stein.
Tickets are available to the
public at the Center. For infor-
mation, call KE 7-6126.

Like frost on a window pane,
cataract is a cloudiness within
the lens of the eye that blocks
the passage of light rays. Stirgery
is the only recommended method
of treatment for cataract.

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13 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, March 10, 1961

llemo to Eichmann' Filmto Be Shown, Leaders
to Inform Women Campaign Workers March 15, 16

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