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May 05, 1961 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-05

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Zionist Actions Committee Parley in Jerusalem Hears
Plea to U.S Zionists to Establish a Central Body;
Goldmann Predicts End of Quiet on Israel's Borders

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Dr.
Nahum Goldmann, president of
the World Zionist Organization,
warned that the relative quiet
cs in the Middle East, particularly

on, the Israel-Arab borders, is
unlikely to long continue.
Goldmann made the predic-
rip tion in an address summing up
general debate at the current

W session of the Zionist Actions
Z Committee, in which he asserted
that the present "static stage" in

_. ■ the international situation is
nearing an end and unsettled
Pop problems are due for new dis-
t: cussion.
He said the attempts at re-
0
storation of good relations

between King Hussein of Jor-
dan and President Nasser of
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the United Arab Republic

represent a danger to Israel.

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He also said that Israel's posi-
tion in the United Nations.
has deterioriated, as indicated
•by the vote on the resolution
on the Arab refugees. These
developments, he said, oblige
the Zionist organization to' be
prepared to support Israel's
interest in these various areas.
Discussing Israel's relations
with non-Israeli J e w s, h e
stressed the immense sympathy
of the Jewish people for Israel
but Added there have developed
two negative factors. He said
one is the mistaken feeling that
Israel has solved -all its eco-
nomic problems and the other
the "unsavory impressio n"
created abroad by "several
events in Israel's internal pot
Hies." This was understood to
a reference to Prime Minis
David Ben-Gurion's fight ag st
ral
Histadfut secretary-g
Pinhas Lavon.
ening
In an address to the
session, Sharett app ed to
Zionists in the United tates to
"once and for all e ablish a
central organization."
• The existing Zion parties,
hat they
he said, must sho
Zionism
put their loyalty
above sectional an partisan
t situa-
-
interests. The pre
encour-
tion, he pointed o
ages dodging of resp sibility,
sy with
since each party is
its own .problems in ad of
with the future as a
le.
't-
The Zionist Actions C
tee concluded its four-day s





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of sessions with the naming of in Jerusalem will be Sharett,
a new Jewish Agency executive as chairman; Levi Eshkol,
composed of 17 members and Eliahu Dobkin, Aryeh L. Pin-
three deputy members. Four cus, the new treasurer, and
members and one deputy will Zalman Shazar, all of the
serve in New York, while the Labor Zionist group; Haim
remainder of the members will Levanon and Leon Dultzin of
perforin their duties in Jeru- the Neumann Confederation;
salem. Goldmann Is president of S. Z. Shragai and David Bet-
the Jewish Agency.
Aryeh, of Mizrachi; Zvi Lurie,
The New York members of Mapam; Aharon Zisling, Ach-
the executive are Mrs. Rose Hal- dut Avodah; and Dr. Israel
prin, representing the Israel Goldstein, of the Goldstein-
The
Goldstein-Halprin Confeder a- Halprin C
are
tion of General ' Zionists; Dr. deputie
ei
Emanuel Neumann, represent- Rawl
ing the Confederation which he and 0
heads; Louis. Segal, Labor Zion- stei
ists; Rabbi Mordechai Kirsh-
Jos
, who resig
blum, Mizrachi; and Abraham to
y on as t e
Schenker, Mapam, deputy. A Ju
1. The h
decision on the New York chair-
on and exte
manship was referred to the
artments ha
new executive.
cted, and
rett and by
Members of the executive

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ARE INVITED

45th Birthday Celebration
Wednesday, May 10, 1961
10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
at ALL Offices

Tree -Certificates
Honoring Mother's
Day issued by JNF

The Jewish National Fund
will again issue a special tree
certificate in honor of Mother's
Day, which comes this year on
May 14.
In an appeal to organizations,
Morris J. Brandwine, president,
suggested that "The Jewish Na-
tional Fund is again providing
one of the most dignified forms
of honoring Mother on her day.
"The tree, in the Bible, is
compared to the life of Man.
A growing tree is a living trib-
ute to every Mother. Let trees
in Israel honor, or memorialize
her."
A certificate befitting the oc-
casion and bearing the recipi-
ent's name will be mailed upon
order to the designated person
in time for Mother's Day.
Certificates for trees planted
in the Freedom Forest can now
be ordered from the office,
UN 42767, or through JNF tree
chairmen of affiliated organiza-
tions.
TO accommodate those who
may want to pick up a Mother's
Day Certificate on their way
to visit with their mothers, the
JNF office, 18414 Wyoming,
will be open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
May 14.

All women are mothers of
great men—it isn't their fault
if life disappoints them later.
—Boris Pasternak

MISS GOOD CHECK

MORTIMER

Come to your nearby Bank of the Commonwealth

Office on 45th Anniversary Day, Wednesday, May 10, 1961.

Cake, doughnuts and coffee will be served

with our compliments and good wishes.

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