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Shimon Peres, Israel minister of
transportation and communications,
former deputy minister of defense.
will be the guest speaker at the
third annual Israel Bond dinner
sponsored by the Metropolitan De-
troit Federation of Reform Syna-
gogues, Dec. 15, at the Sheraton
The dinner will honor Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Hamburger, recipi-
ents-elect of Israel Prime Minis-
ter's 'Medals, the highest award
"for services in the cause of Is-
rael's development.” The award
will be presented by Peres.
167rLOOnd Fete in Hamburger's Honor
As minister of transportation,
Peres is responsible for develop-
ing and regulating all land, sea
and air transport, including roads,
railways, buses, civilian airports
and harbors as well as the meteor-
ological service. As. minister of
communications, he .aciministers
the country's postal7cterqce""!:ata4
also the telephone and radio com-
From 1955 to 1965, Peres played
a key role in building Israel'S7de-
fense forces, first as director=gen=„
eral of the ministry, of defense—On:
der former Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion, who held the post of His books include "The Next Step"
minister of defense. In addition, and the recently published "David's
Peres also served as special envoy Sling," the story of Israel's defense
on a number of important diplo- forces.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
10—Friday, November 19, 1971
Mrs.. Dayan to Appear at Reception
of Reform Synagogue Leadership
Mrs. Moshe Dayan, wife of Is- El; and Linden, president of Tem-
rael's defense minister, will be ple Israel.
guest speaker' at a leadership re-
Participating in the leadershiP_
ception on behalf of the Metro- reception and dinner are Temples
politan Detroit. Federation of Re- Beth El, Emanu-El, Israel, Beth
form Synagogues 8:30 p.m. Nov. Jacob and Kol Ami.
30 at the Great Lakes Club.
Mrs. Dayan is president of
The reception is being held in
Maskit, the Israel government-
advance of the third annual Fed-
operated arts and crafts com-
eration of Reform Synagogues Is- pany, with which she has been
rael Bond Dinner Dec. 15, at the
closely associated since 1954,•
when it was organized. Maskit,
which plays a key role in keep-
ing alive the traditional crafts
and skills: in Israel, has ex-
tended its infl
uence 'to Arab and
While studying at an agricultural -
One of Allied Van Lines Largest Haulers
2253 Cole Street
Born in 192.3'.A4' Poland,. young
.Peres = came to `:.Israel
where he becaMe active in:::the
youtIOnOiementiattaining the post
of secretary of the -WorkintYeuth-
Movement. He Interrupted these
activitieS „to attend HarVird
Peres rose rapidly-in the govern.
inert and in The party, achieving
membership -in the secretariat of
Holder of the Legion of Honor
of the -French government, Peres
is the author of articles and books
on political and military subjects.
school at Nahalal, Israel's first
communal farming village, Ruth
met Moshe Dayan, whom she mar-,
reed when she was 18 and he 20.
They have two sons and a daugh- .#4y4, -*****44,104-14•44-v-v444.44 4i
ter, Their daughter,Arael, is a well
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writer, married to Dov * •
Zion, Israel military attache in 4
Paris. A son, Assaf, is an actor, *
Factory trained experts
and their older son has-taken the *
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MRS. MOSHE DAYAN
Hosts at the leadership recep-
tion are Messrs. and Mesdames
Harry Modell, Maxwell Jospey,
Leonard N. Simons, Robert N.
Canvasser. Morton Wolin and
Bernard E. Linden. Modell is gen-
eral chairman. Jospey and Simons,
1969 honoree, are associate chair-
men. Co-chairmen are Canvasser,
president of Temple Beth El;
Wolin, president of Temple Einanu-
On the eve of his '85th' birth-
. day celebratiOn; Dayid Ben-Gir.
ion was paid a visit by .Mr.
ii Harry Koltonow at Rde
Baker, his •home In 'the Negev.
..1Coltonow is Metropolitan .Detroit -
' Baal Math Israel Bond chairman
and past president Of Cong. Bnai
It's. Beginning to. Sound.,
a Lot Like Hanuka.at Lod
LOD (iINS) — Passengers -at
Lod InternatiMial 'Airport: were
startled to hear the ringing tones
of shofar only eight weeks before
A customs inspector, intent - on
proving that the shofar
brought in by one of the passen-
gers, was Weed that and nothing
else, put the instrument to a test.
All was in good order—including
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