THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, January 7, 1966
JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Jew-
ish Agency executive opened its
plenary session here Wednesday
with the participation of its mem-
bers from the United States. It
will be followed by a session of
the World Zionist Actions Com-
mittee at which election of new
members of the Agency's execu-
tive and the co-opting of members
who do not belong to the Zionist
movement will take place.
Yaacov Tsur, chairman of the
Actions Committee, said that four
or five North Americans and two
IS 49er DAY
Dip Into All of The Golden
You Can Eat For Only
Jewish Agency Executive to Get New Members
or three West Europeans will be
co-opted along with one non-party
Sephardi member and a represen-
tative of the Women's International
Zionist Organization, the latter
without any voting rights.
The actions committee, he said,
will also elect a president of the
Congress court and a Zionist or-
ganization lawyer- • replacing Israel
Supreme Court President Justice
Shimon Agranat, and P i n h as
Rosen, member of the Knesset,
who have resigned from their re-
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birthday by parents Alice and
Merle Goodman . . . Shortly be-
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elaborate plans afoot among her
friends ... They stashed away
pickles, sardines and crackers in
her room And they brought
hair curlers, playing cards and
knitting to occupy those who would
not be on the phone ... Finally
the big day arrived ... At four
o'clock, Linda thundered in from
school with three excited friends,
followed a few minutes later by
four more ... After a brief lull,
three more arrived ... Finally the
last youngster dashed upstairs ...
All this confusion was suddenly
followed by a great silence ...
Alice went upstairs to investigate
and found a roomful or surprised
and wide-eyed faces ... After a
distressed pause, Linda said softly,
"There's nobody to call ... we're
A MOTORIST ON GREEN-
FIELD stopped to help a woman
driver stalled on the corner of 10
Mile Rd. during the recent big
snow and ice that ushered in Mr.
Winter . . . He found her taking
sand out of the trunk of her car
and sprinkling it around the front
wheels . . . "It ought to go under
the back wheels," he said ...
Sneering at his stupidity, she re-
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all right. It's the front wheels that
MORRIS SCHLUSSEL tells of a
customer at his Pure Station on
9 Mile Rd. in Oak Park who put
a blanket over the front of his
car that cold night ... When it
started right off the next morning
he congratulated himself ... Then
came the realization ... the car
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THE VOICE on the phone last
week told Irving Chaiken that he
had dialed the wrong number ...
"Are you sure?" said the Atomic
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ly, "Have I ever lied to you be-
ON SEEING THE ocean for the
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Stone, exclaimed, "Look mommy,
it just keeps flushing and flushing."
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about enough of work, and called
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682 - 0600
Claims Conference Aid to Chile
The Conference on Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany last
year allocated a total of $23,216
for relief, rehabilitation, cultural
and educational projects in Chile.
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