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September 07, 1962 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-07

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Mrs. Meir, Harman, Chester Bowles Election Is Assured
for Ben-Zvi, But
To Address Hadassah Parley

Not by Acclamation

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish Ness's)

Golda Meir

Chester Bowles
MiSs Brooks
Israel's Foreign Minister Brooks, Assistant Secretary of
Mrs. Golda Meir will discuss State of the Government of Li-
Israel and the Middle East in beria; Dr. Jonas B. Salk, dis-
terms of the world problems coverer of the Salk anti-polio
facing the next General As- vaccine; David Lawrence, Gov-
sembly of the United Nations, ernor of Pennsylvania; Joseph
when she addresses the banquet M. Barr, Mayor of Pittsburgh;
session of the 48th national Dr. Kalmen J. Mann, director-
convention of Hadassah, the general of the Hadassah Med-
Women's Zionist Organization ical Organization in Israel;
of America, at the Hilton Ho- Moshe Kol, world head of Youth
tel, Pittsburgh, Tuesday, Sept. Aliyah; Mrs. Ora Goitein, chair-
18, it was announced yester- man of the Hadassah Council in
day by Mrs. Moses P. Epstein Israel; Dr. Solomon B. Freehof,
and Mrs. High Salpeter, co- Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, Dr.
chairmen of Hadassah's na- Daniel S. Cheever, associate
professor of public affairs, Uni-
tional convention committee.
Mrs. Meir will be in the versity of Pittsburgh, and I. L.
United States to head her dele- Kenen, executive director of
gation to the General Assembly, the American Israel Public Af-
which is scheduled to convene fairs Committee.
on Sept. 13.
More than 2,000 Hadassah Dr. Schwartz to Address
delegates, representing the or- Adas Shalom Bond Event
ganization's more than 318,000
Yaffa Yarkoni, Israel singer,
members in 1,320 chapters and will be guest star at the Adas
groups throughout the United
Shalom Presi-
States and Puerto Rico, are ex-
dential Toast
pected to participate in con-
to Israel din-
vention Sept. 16 through 19.
ner, Sept. 17,
6:30 p. m., at
Principal speakers at the first
evening session, Sept. 16, will
the Jewish
be Chester Bowles, the Presi-
Center, it was
dent's special representative,
announced b y
J. Maurice
and Avraham Harman, Israel
Ambassador to the United
Karo, president
States.
of the congre-
:gallon.
Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsky,
Dr. Joseph J.
national president of Hadassah,
Schwartz, inter-
will review the activities of the
. , national head
organization.
of the Israel
Other sessions will be ad-
:Bond Organiza-
dressed by Miss Angie E.
tion, will be
the guest speak-
er.
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Those to be
Dr. Schwartz honored in the
tribute to be delivered by Rabbi
On Lake Huron
Jacob E. Segal, will include all
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JERUSALEM—Mapai leaders
appeared to have failed Wednes-
day in efforts to obtain com-
mitments from other parties for
the election of President Ben-
Zvi to a third term by ac-
clamation, but indicated there
was no doubt that the Presi-
dent would be re-elected.
Israel's parliament will vote
for the President on Oct. 30,
the day after the Knesset is
convened for the winter ses-
sion.
Plans for election by acclama-
tion were wrecked Tuesday
when the Liberal Party decided
to oppose the principle of a
third term. Speakers at an ex-
ecutive meeting of the party
expressed deep appreciation of
Ben-Zvi personally and ap-
peared divided on whether to
vote against him on the third
term issue or to abstain.
The exact attitude of the
leftist Mapam was not certain
but that party's candidate in
the past, Yitchak Gruenbaum,
announced he was not a candi-
date for this office this time.
The Herut will consider its
stand late this month when
several key members, including
leader Menahem Beigin, return
from abroad.

Cohen Guest Star at Fete Honoring Sosin

Emil Cohen, comedian and
For reservations call DI.
raconteur, will star at the Bnai 1-5707.
David Israel, at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, honoring Max Want ads get quick results!
Sosin.
The dinner, on behalf of Is-
rael Bonds, is in advance of the
High Holy Day Appeal. Melville
APPLICATIONS FOR
J. Richman is dinner chairman,
and William Weinstein, toast-
or
master.
ARE NOW BEING TAKEN
The tribute to Sosin will be
On New or Existing Homes
given by Rabbi Hayim Donin.
QUICK SERVICE
Tom Borman, general chairman
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