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September 21, 1962 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-21

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ZURICH, (JTA) — Israel
Prime Minister David Ben-Gu-
rion arrived here from Iceland
via an El Al commercial airliner
following a month-long tour of
the five Scandinavian countries.
Ben-Gurion, who is accom-
panied by Mrs. Ben-Gurion,
their daughter and aides of the
Premier, will spend a few days
in Switzerland to rest before
returning to Israel.

activities in Society

Fifty-two Michigan women were among the 2,100 delegates
from all states who attended the 48th national convention of
Hadassah, in Pittsburgh, this week. Detroiters who are national
board members of Hadassah, who headed this state's delegation,
were: Mesdames Joseph H. Ehrlich, Max Lichter, Harry Jackson,
I. Jerome Hauser and David J. Schachter. Other delegates from
Detroit were: Mesdames Harold Y. Hoffman, Michael Weiss, Wil-
liam Klein, Benjamin Bond, Ralph Davidson, Morse Saulson, Philip
Slomovitz, Irvin Meckler, Morris Wayne, Samuel Grandon, John
J. Mann, William B. Isenberg, Samuel J. Rhodes, Gerald Goldman,
Abe Zitomer, Edward Grebs, Martha Winet, Julian Tobias and
Morris Gross. Southern Oakland County delegates were: Mesdames
Reuben Bienstock, Maurice Reizen, Bernard Goldberg. Oscar Kanat,
Ben Pheilip, Stanley Waxenberg, Robert Tuttleman, Merle Harris,
Richard Mendelsohn, Emanuel Sarko and Lawrence Benenson.
Other state delegates were: Flint, Mesadmes H. W. Weisberger,
J. Wapner, J. Rabin and J. Megdell; Grand Rapids, Mesdames Leon-
ard Newman, Sanford Norean, Edward Neufeld, Abe Krissoff, Reuben
Turner and M. L. Fishman; Bay City, Mrs. Arnold Taylor; Saginaw,
Mesdames Joseph Block, Frank Polasky and Paul Wilber; Monroe,
Mrs. Esther Bershod; Ann Arbor, Mrs. Ronald Tikofsky; Lansing,
Mrs. Bernard Friedland and Mrs. Harry Gittlin.

Israel Lengthens School Day
The Ministry of Education
has this year decided to intro-
duce a longer school day (from
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) in the new
immigrant settlements and de-
velopment towns to include
regular class periods, special
periods for the preparation of
homework under teacher super-
vision and extra time for cul-
tural activities. Twenty thou-
The Detroit Labor Zionist Organization and its branches
sand children will benefit from were represented by 16 delegates and alternates at the 33rd
this program.
national convention of the Labor Zionist Organization of America
last week at the Barbizon-Plaza Hotel in New York. They are
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lieberman, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Shrodeck,
PLASTIC FURNITURE Ci Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shevitz, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mondry, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Schiff, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Goldberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Mark, Alfred Michaels and Harry Basin. Also
visiting the parley were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Yagoda.
The Israel Idelsohn family recently returned from the west
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coast where they spent the entire summer. Mrs. Idelsohn's
eiZeK75:Ri7X.:K>WK. >:*:;7_7.:K4C:T&Iin mother, Mrs. Rose Penn, is now residing in Detroit.
Pvt. Seymour Yaras, stationed with the U.S. Navy at Jackson-

ville, Fla., is home on leave visiting with his family. He is the

son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Yaras, former Detroiters now living
at 3902 Lenawee, Culver City, Calif.

The Bodzin Family Club will meet 8 p.m. Saturday at the

home of Mr. and Mrs. Jock Bodzin, 24031 Jerome, Oak Park, to
: Music and Entertainment : elect new officers. Jay S. Bodzin will give a resume of his recent

• trip to Israel.
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Madeline Shapiro of Indiana Ave. has left for Kent State
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University, Kent, Ohio, where she has received a graduate assist-
antship in the history department. Miss Shapiro is a graduate of
Wayne State University and is working towards a Ph. D. in his-
tory. She is the daughter of Mrs. Ruth Shapiro.
Lewis Aptekar, son of Mrs. David Aptekar of Wisconsin Ave.,
recently sailed for Paris, France, to spend a year in study.


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hypnosis consultant, will speak
on the effects of hypnosis
the first meeting of the Bnai
Moshe United Synagogue Youth
4 p.m. Sunday at the synagogue.
His talk will include a mass
hypnosis demonstration. Ad-
mission is free.




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Moshe Haim Shapiro, refusing
an immigrant's visa to an Ameri-
can Jew indicted in the United
States, but not yet tried there,
on charges of alleged fraudulent
financial transactions.
However, because one of the
members of the panel rendered
II a minority opinion, questioning
a serious principle of law, the
panel agreed to let five members
of the Supreme Court reconsider
the entire issue.
The case involves Mervyn
Gold of Cleveland. He arrived
in Israel last month with a dupli-
cate passport. His original pass-
port had been taken from him in
France by an American official
who thus tried to force him to
return to the United States to
stand trial. However, he claimed
the right of obtaining an immi-
grant's visa under Israel's "Law
of Return," which permits all
Jews to come to Israel. Shapiro's
denial of that visa was appealed
to the Supreme Court, which up-
held the Minister.
The majority of the panel
ruled that the Minister of the
Interior was authorized to exer-
c i s e "reasonable judgment"
about a visa applicant's past rec-
ord, noting that Israel cannot
be used as a refuge by fugitives
from justice. However, Justice
Haim Cohen, a member of the
panel, held in a dissenting
opinion that the applicant must
be given "every consideration"
as long as he has not been con-
victed and is still innocent in the
eyes of the law. The new panel,
consisting of five members of
the Supreme Court, will be con-
vened soon to rule definitely on
the case, court officials said.

to-one majority of a panel of
Supreme Court judges upheld a
ruling by Minister of the Interior

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All classes of the Shaarey
Zedek Religious Schools are
scheduled to reopen Sunday and
Beth Hayeled Nursery classes on
Monday in the congregation's
new home.
In its move to the new build-
ing, Shaarey Zedek has consoli-
dated all its educational activi-
ties. The n e w building will
accommodate both classes previ-
ously held at the congregation's
Chicago Boulevard Building and
at its Seven Mile Rd. Branch
Building. A limited number of
openings are still available in
both its nursery and religious

Israel Supreme Court Gets Appeal of U.S.
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Teacher Shortage
Israel ,
To meet an estimated short-
age of 800 teachers in Israel,
the Ministry of Education has
applied to the Ministry of De-
fense to divert a considerable
number of women soldiers who
have completed their secondary
education to teach in underde-
veloped' areas as part of their
military service.


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29 THE DET11,01T JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, September 21, 1962

Ben-Gurion Finishes
Scandanavian Trip

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