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March 23, 1973 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38—Friday, March 23, 1973

Dayan Warns: Choose Premier
c-_-, Who'll Abide by Party Program

TEL AVIV (JTA) — De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan
warned the Labor Party not
to adopt a strong platform
and then select as a new
prime minister someone who
was not diSposed to imple-
ment it.
He said the party should
choose its premier first and
then hammer out a platform
to present to the electorate.
But he said he didn't think
he would be his party's
choice for the post.
Dayan expressed his views
on the premiership, on the
future of the administered

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territories and other matters
at a meeting of the moshavim
(small land holders) move-
ment.
Dayan came out strongly
in favor of large-scale Jew-
ish settlement in the admin-
istered territories and indi-
cated that wherever Jews
settled would remain part of
Israel.
Dayan's remarks about
fitting the personality of the
next premier to the impera-
tives of the party's platform
was an apparent swipe at his
chief rival for the premier-
ship, Deputy Premier Yigal
Allon. He said the party can-
not adopt strong policies such
as the settlement of the ad-
ministered territories and
then choose a prime minister
who regards such .a policy
as calamitous.
The defense minister said
he favored the continued em-
ployment of Arab labor from
the territories in Israel. Ac-
cording to Dayan, a state of
partnership now exists be-
tween Israel and the terri-
tories.

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EILAT (JTA) — Mayor
Asher Azar of Eilat wants to
extend his town's limits by
some 25 kilometers—which
would take it across the old
demarcation line into Sinai.

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Louis G. Redstone Associ-
ates, Inc., will be architects
for the expansion and mod-
ernization of 30 - year - old
"New Grace" Hospital. The
procedure will take five years
to complete and will cost
$8,000,000.
The five-year plan for the
G r a c e Hospital-Northwest
Unit was. announced at
ground-breaking ceremonies
for the • construction part of
the project Tuesday.
The construction site is at
the front of the hospital on
Meyers Rd. at Seven Mile.
The seven-level patient
care addition will include 28
private rooms, 52 semi-pri-
vate rooms, in- and out-pa-
tient diagnostic services and
improved facilities for pre-
admission testing.
The $3,800,000 addition
will attach to the original
wing of the Northwest Unit,
which opened in 1942.
Concurrent with the con-
struction of the addition will
be an enlargement of the
emergency department sched-
uled for-completion by fall.
The first phase of the proj-
ect, the new construction and
partial renovation of the 1942
wing, is expected to be com-
pleted by mid-1975.
The second phase of the
five-year project includes ren-
ovating the 1942 and 1952
facilities of the Northwest
Unit and completing the air-
conditioning of the entire
hospital. The laboratory and
radiology departments. will
be enlarged, and renovations
will be done in the operating
room and delivery .room
suites.

People

Make News

Attorney ALBERT J. SIL-
BER was honored at a lunch-
eon at the Standard Club
Thursday in recognition of
the 40th anniversary of his
admission to the Bar. Though
he graduated the University
of Michigan Law School in
June 1932, -he was not per-
mitted to practice law until
his 21st birthday, nine
months later, when he be-
came associated with the
late Judge 0. Z. Ide. Silber
practiced law in Detroit for
36 of the 40 years, and is
presently located in South-
field in partnership w it h
Howard J. Katz.
* * *
Rabbi MORTON M. KAN-
TER of Temple Beth El will
represent the Jewish Chau-
tauqua Society as lecturer at
Oakland University Wednes-
day. He will lecture in assem-
bly at 3 p.m. on the subject
"The Ethics of Jewishness
Within Post-Religious Amer-
ica."

*

* *

Prof. NATHAN SHARON
has been appointed head of
W e i z m a n n Institute's bio-
physics department in place
of Prof. Ephraim Katchalski,
who has headed the depart-
ment since its establishment
25 years ago. Prof. Sharon
has long been active in the
popularization of science, for
many years editing a weekly
science pro g r am on the
radio. He holds the Joseph
and Sadie Danciger Chair of
Molecular Biology and is
serving this year as chair-
man of the institute's scien-
tific council.
* 0 *
Pianist and music con-
sultant VLADIMIR ASHKE-
NAZY has been named ar-
tistic adviser to the Meadow
Brook Music Festival, it was
The MOUNT CARMEL announced by W. W. Kent,
HOSPITAL GUILD will pre- managing director of the
sent "A Shower of Fash- festival.
ions," with proceeds going to
the Kidney Dialysis Center, Fisher Gets a ZOA
12:30 p.m. Thursday at Oak-
land Hills Country Club. Life Membership;
Cocktails will be served at
11:30. There will be prizes Honored by WSU
At. the Cleveland Zionist
and favors. Guests are wel-
come at the fashion show function, at which he was
and luncheon, tickets for presented with the R a b b i
which can be purchased Abba Hillel Silver Award of
from Mrs. James Hurley, the Zionist Organization of
837-9607. Deadline for reser- America, Max M. Fisher also
was presented with a life
vations is Saturday.
members- hip in ZOA.
* * *
Fisher is one of six De-
Charlotte Russ, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Russ of troiters chosen by W a y n e
Lincoln Terrace Drive, Oak State University to be hon-
Park is appearing in Shake- ored at the "Builders of De-
speare's "THE MERCHANT troit Dinner" at Cobo Hall,
OF VENICE," at Bonstelle April 25. The honors are for
Theater. Evening perform- "noteworthy contributions to
ances are scheduled for 8:30 the quality of life in this
p.m. today and Saturday. A community."
matinee is scheduled for 2:30
p.m. Sunday. Don Blakely of Zionists Pay Tribute
Southfield, professor of thea- to Hayim Greenberg
ter and a director at Bons-
ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)-
telle and Hilberry theaters
More
than 400 Zionists at-
portrays Shylock. Tickets are
available from the theater tending the weekend confer-
box office or through J. L. ence of the Greater New
York Region of the Labor
Hudson ticket offices.
Zionist Alliance paid tribute
to Hayim Greenberg, the
Egyptian Delegation Labor Zionist theoretician
Visits East Germany who died 20 years ago.
Nahum Guttman, a Labor
BONN (JTA)--A delega- Zionist
leader and director
tion of the Egyptian Unity of community
relations for
Party met in East Berlin for the National Committee for
a six-day visit at the invita- Labor Israel, recalled that
tion of the East German Com- Greenberg always maintain-
munist Party leadqr, Erich ed that "the Zionist move-
Honecker.
ment per se had a key role
The delegation arrived to play not only in support of
from Czechoslovakia where the new state but for the
they had met with Commun- maintenance of Jewish life
ist Party officiaIg.
in the diaspora."

8 Georgian Emigres Charged
With Murder of Nazareth Arab

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Eight
recent immigrants from So-
viet Georgia were charged
with first-degree murder by
Nazareth District Court last
week in connection with the
fatal beating last month of
Subhi Naseir, a Nazareth
Arab.
Relatives of the -accused
created commotion in the
courtroom when the charges
were read and police had to
be called to restore order.
According to the charges,
the eight Georgians, all resi•
dents of the new immigrant
township of Upper Nazareth,
attacked a car in which
Naseir was giving a driving
lesson to a Russian Jewish
woman, Regina Poliakovska-
ya, who was driving the car.
They began to beat the wo-
man for "going with an Arab
when there are many Geor-
gian Jews."

died on the way to a hospi-
tal.
It wasn't clear whether
the attackers assumed there
was a romantic liaison be-
tween the woman, who is
married, and the Arab or
whether they were incensed
because she took driving
lessons from an Arab instead
of a Jew.

When Naseir tried to in-
tervene, they pummeled him
into unconsciousness. He

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