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April 04, 1969 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 4, 1969-21

Women to Hear Young Leader,
Singer-Guitarist at Luncheon

Leonard Bell of Lewiston, Me.,
past chairman of the Young Lead-
ership Cabinet of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, will address a lunch-
eon sponsored by the Women's
Division of the Flint UJA 12:30
p.m. April 14 at the University
Club, Genesee Towers.
Bell will share the stage with
Murray Phillips, concert, radio
and television folk singer.
Bell was associate chairman of
the Young Leadership Cabinet in
1965, and the year before was re-
gional vice-chairman for the
Northeast. He is on the board of
the Joint Distribution Committee,
a major beneficiary agency of the
UJA. He is a trustee of the United
Israel Appeal, Inc.
A seasoned campaigner, having
be en campaign
chairman in 1962
and 1963 for the
wiston - Auburn
Jewish Fed e r a-
tion drive, Bell
has served as
president and
treasurer of the
- drive.
-I A participant
:4in the annual
Young Leader-
,<1 ship Study Mis-
sions to Europe
``nd Israel, Bell
has had the op-
Bell
portunity to study

at first hand the needs of immi-

grants who have entered Israel in
overwhelming numbers and must
be absorbed into the country's life
and economy with UJA help. He
also has observed the working of

Grand Rapids
News Notes

April 4—Passover Family Service
6—Grand Rapids Temple
Youth Meeting
8—Ahavas Israel Sisterhood
Board Meeting
—Temple Emanuel Sister-
hood Achievement Lunch-
eon
9—Ahavas Israel Men's
Club Board
10—Temple Emanuel Board
of Trustees
11—United Synagogue Youth
Sabbath Service
13—Temple Emanuel Men's
Club Brunch
—Bnai Brith Girls Meeting

UJA-supported relief agencies in
Europe.
Bell is a national committeeman
of the American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee. He was on the
presidium of the Economic Con-
ference in Israel. He has also been
elected to the board of directors
of Tel Aviv University.
Phillips, who has both a lyric
tenor voice and
mastery of guitar,
boasts a large,
varied repertoire
from Latin Am-
erica, Israel,
Italy, Franc e,
Spain, Germany
and Africa, all in
their native ton-
gue.
Phillips
He holds master's degrees in
music and in physical education.
Professional credits include rec-
ords for RCA-Victor, his own
radio and TV shows and concert
and recital appearances.

U. S. Congressmen Denounce - Arab Terrorist ACtiiities

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Arab
terrorist activities against Israel
were roundly condemned by a bi-
partisan group of Congressmen
who demanded in the House of
Representative this week that
United States military aid to Jor-
dan be ended and that King Hus-
sein be confronted with the issue
of terrorists operating from his
soil when he comes here in April
for talks with President Nixon.
The legislators were led by
Rep. Hamilton Fish, New York
Republican. He said a danger to

Lavon Returns

TEL AVIV — Pinhas Lavon,

forced into obscurity by David
Ben-Gurion as a result of the "se-
curity mishap" of 1954 and the en-
suing scandal, is making a politi-
cal comeback, it was noted here.
Lavon was appointed defense
minister by the I ate Premier
Moshe Sharett after Ben-Gurion
resigned as prime minister in
1953. Moshe Dayan was chief of
staff under Lavon when, in 1954,
the "security mishap" occurred —
the capture and trial by the Egyp-
tians of an Israeli spy ring in
Synagogues Join
Cairo. Two were executed, one
suicide, and the rest
for Yizkor Service committed
were imprisoned for long terms.
Rabbi William Greenebaum II
When a commission was set
of Temple Beth El and Rabbi Hil-
lel Alillgram of Cong. Beth Israel up to discover who issued the
announce a communitywide serv- order leading to the "mishap," it
ice to commemorate the Warsaw did not reach any conclusion on
Ghetto Uprising will take place at the matter. Lavon resigned.
Beth Israel 8:30 p.m. April 11.
He later became head of the
Murray Moss, president of Beth
Israel, and Dr. Bernard Dickstein, Histadrut, but when B-G became
president of Beth El, are urging premier again he refused to re-
their entire congregations to at- habilitate Lavon and ultimately
tend this service "so that we can forced Lavon to quit the Histadrut
once again remember the lessons and political life.
of hope and resistance."

Federation Mission
to S. America Ends

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—A dele-
gation of American Jewish com-
munity leaders representing the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds returned to the
United States this week, winding
up a month-long South American
tour that brought them into con-
tact with their counterparts in
Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina.
The purpose of the tour, as stat-
ed by Louis Fox, president of the
CJFWF, was to exchange ideas
with the leaders of Latin Amer-
ican Jewry and to assist them,
where called for, in such matters
as community organization, educa-
tion, fund-raising and leadership.
Hyman Safran, president of De-
troit's Jewish Federation, was on
the mission.
The group met Sunday with

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Rep. Leonard Farbstein, New
York Democrat, introduced a bill
to amend the foreign military
assistance act by prohibiting
assistance to countries in which
groups such as the Palestine Lib-
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to establish, during King Hus-
sein's coming visit, "the extent of
Communist supply of weapons to
guerrillas and terrorists based in
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the heads of the Buenos Aires
Jewish Community Council at
the new $1,000,000 "education
palace" of the local Jewish com-
munity which will house a
teachers seminary, schools, a
library and other educational
facilities.

Speakers told the importance of
maintaining strong bonds between
North and South American Jewry.
Dr. Tobias Kamenszain, president,
and Hirsh Triwaks, secretary of
the Buenos Aires Jewish Com-
munity, spoke of the similarities
and differences between North
and South American Jewish com-
munities.
The Jewish Community Council
of Buenos Aires, the largest Jew-
ish institution in this country, has
adopted a 1969 budget of $4.35 mil-
lion. The money will be used for a
wide range of activities which in-
cludes extensive support for Jew-
ish schools, the administration of
four Jewish cemeteries and the
maintenance of a chief rabbinate,
libraries and publications. .The
body also aids Jewish youth move-
ments and Jews who want to im-
migrate to Israel.

peace was created by Communist-
armed Arab terrorists in Jordan
and charged that King Hussein
either "is willingly permitting the
terrorists to operate on his soil or
he has become so weak he has no
alternative."
In either case, Rep. Fish said,
"Unless King Hussein can be
shown to be taking effective steps
to deal with the terrorist groups
which now flourish in his coun-
try, it would seem well to ter-
minate the present program of
military assistance with Jordan."
He said that Jordan, which had
become "a privileged sanctuary
for terrorists," was receiving Pat-
ton tanks, anti-aircraft weapons,
field artillery, mortars, communi-
cations equipment, radar and jet
aircraft while Jordanian pilots
were ; being trained at Air Force
bases under the military assist-
ance pact concluded by the last
Administration. He warned that
King Hussein "has become so
shaky" that there was a good
chance of U.S. military technical
manuals and classified equipment
falling into the band of pro-Soviet
Arab officers ando"their Russian
advisers.

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