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Page Eight THE TBANSCRIPT January 27, oN &apos;,DSa',W,L, ,0"s,A,L AL M'SS'O-N LOUIS WOLFSON Israel Oil Firms. BEN- I = TO RECEIVE YESHIVA Sue Soviet Cord  , i, i ,  ........... " m ii llll i iii ii UNIVERSITY AWARD LONDON (JTA) -- Represen- tatives of two Israel oil corpora- tions, receiving their first day in court in Moscow this week to argue a breach of contract cl,4im won from a three-man Soviet arbitration board an order di- recting the Soviet defendant to give a full reply to the claim. The defendant, Soyuzneft-Ex port, the Soviet Union's oil ex- port corporation, stopped deliv- eries of oil to IsraeV and can called contracts 6n November 6 1956, a &eek falter Israel opened its Sinai campaign. The ostens- Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, center, and d,.'vq Ic pment program, designed to provide ibis reason given by the export Minister of Commerce and Industry Pincha$ l al torment for nearly 50,000 families. Left corporation was that it had lost its export license for Israel. Sapir, fourth from left, shown with mem- tc ri ht: A. Taiber, Ministry of Commerce and hers of Israel Industrial Good Will Mission Irdl stry; J. Zarchin, textiles; M. Weisglass,' In seeking to establish its claim in Jerusalem, just before group left for tour metal; Mr, Sapir; Mr. Ben-Gurion; S. Goren, i $2,396,440in principle,in damagesISrael filedfor suitthe un-fr of United States and Canada, The Mission will tires and rubber; L. Leinkram, Manufacturers' t completed contract of one of the bring home to the American Jewish eommu- Assn. of Israel; S. Golan, construction; M, companies for the first half of nity the tremendous current need and oppor- Schocken, paper. E. Ilin, founder of Kaiser 'azer plant m Israel, and Y. Leviatov, hank- Louis E. Wolfson, prominent indus- 1957. The sum makes this the trinity for investment initiative and capital in " trlalist, was honored wih a Yeshiva largest claim brought before the Isra61's burgeoning economy, and will outline g, not shown in the picture, are also membcrg University Charter Day Award at foreign trade arbitration commis- i l new $300,000,000 industrial expansion and of thomisaioa. a Florida Chapter dinner at the sion in its 25-year history. IIotel Fountainebleau in Miami. The Israel claimants are Jor- A founder and overseer of the dan Investments, Ltd., and the LATE NEWS Westerns and Israel's Ncgev University's Albert Einstein College Delek Israel Fuel Corporation, of Medicine, Mr. Wolfson will be CHICAGO, (JTA)  The Unit- By DAVID SCHWARTZ (JTA) cited for "outstanding service to David M. Schlosberg and Zeev ed States Government, indirectly A period of American history covering roughly some. thirty ye; education, industry and philanthro- Argaman are the Israel repre- py." sentatives appearing before the through partial subsidies given has perhaps most fascinated the American popular mind Since becoming America's first commission, studemt exchange Programs, and several decades after Lee's surrender and the close of the ceutffrY Arab governments through out- "the time of the cowboy and the cattle range. YeshivanniversitYhasUnderestablishedJewishtwelveaUSpiceS'new The case has attr'acted tremen- right grants, aid Arab students We don't seem able to get enough of the stories revolving major schools and divisions, includ- dous interest, particularly in in this country to "disseminate this period,.commonly known as Westerns. TV has been taken ing Stern College for Women, the Western countries, because it propaganda hostile to American by the "westerns." Recently the newspapers reported that Graduate School of Education, andPOSeS a challenge to Soviet Gee- policy and interests, and favor- Eisenhower, recuperating from his illness, was reading "westernS, School of Social Work, bringing the ernment contentions that Soviet able to the Soviet Union," it was "llome on the Range" was FDR's fa,orite song. total to 17 schools. More than 3,000 export and import corporations charged here by Arnold Forster The "wstern" story usually revolves about cowboys, young men and women are enrolled are independent business enter- general counsel of the B'nai maybe a prospector and the Law. The Law was of course the in under-graduate, graduate, and prises, rather than instruments B'rith Anti-Defamation League. Recently, it was revealed that Wyatt Harp, the sheriff about whO$ professional programs in the arts, of Soviet policy. sciences and Jewish studies. Mr. Forster voiced his accusa- "westerns" spin so many tales, was buried in a Jewish cemeterY, Tle Soviet export corporation tions against the Arab students on the coast by the side of his wife, who was a Jew. AMERICAN-ISRAEL was expected to plead it could in a report dealing with tile in- Were not our ancestors cow - -"'!' not fulfil its contracts with the crease of Arab propaganda in boys? Our forefathers Were shep- that with the climate of the lqe" CULTURAL FDN. PLANS TO Israel oil companies because of this country. The principal stu- herds. There were no guns then gee, the movie companies RAISE $2,000,000 IN '58 "force majeure," an act beyond dentgroup, he declared, is the but little David always cariied a operate tim year around. NEW YORK, (JTA)-- More than its control. This legal principle is Organization of Arab Students, sling in his holster. I don't know. of the westerns revolve about 1,500 persons, each paying $125, used by western non-governmen- which has expanded its activities Maybe he could shoot two slings findihg of minerals. Even tonight attended the annual din- tal enterprises, but the two Is- to the campuses of 30.universities at one time, using both hands, could be illustrated in the ner-concert of the American-Is- reel attorneys were planning to and colleges in this country. Maybe they called him "Two- and phosphate mines now rael Cultural Foundation at the contend that in the Soviet Union -At a meeting here of the na- sling David." worked with American air Waldorf Astoria Hotel, at whicl all businesses are government tional council of the Joint De- Danger always faced him. A through Israel bonds. Henry Cabot Lodge, head of the monopolies and, therefore, sub- lense Appeal, Philip E. Hoffman, lion might cross his path or there Israel is really a kind of American delegation to the ject to government control, of Newark, was elected chair- were those Philistine rustlers. So boy's land today. The Prime MiJt" United Nations, and Israel Am- The two Israel firms had con- man of the council. The JDA -- many of our "westerns" revolve ister, Ben-Gurion, actually is bassador Abba Eban were the tracts for the purchase of 1,150,- which conducts the annual fund- a-bout water rights. David had cowboy. Whenever he can guest speakers. 000 tons of fuel and drude oil at raising drive for the American this trouble, too. One of his most aside affairs of state he Samuel Rubin, who was re- a cost of $18,000,000 representing Jewish Committee and the ADL famous songs was undoubtedly back to Sdeh Boker, a little elected president of the organizer- about a third of Israel's total fuel --is currently seeking $5,600,000 composed after finding some. "He the wild and woolly Negev lion, announced that the Amer- used annually, in a nationwide campaign, leadeth me beside still waters." loves nothing better than ican-Israel Cultural Foundation will, in 1958, raise $2,000,000, the z;; z::z;:;:F::;; ........... boy song. He even depicted "The |argest sum in the organization'., ;;;? ;:  i ;> " ':::;;;;;;: : Lord" as "my Shepherd." David ::::::i: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .... ::'i: :::::::::::::::::::::: ::' twenty-year history, to develop  ......... ::::,::::' : : ;   ':: i.,; "crooned" his Psalms as he drove Excuse Our :$;::,: :,::::::::::. . =======================================:  :.::::: .1" ":.2.:." ::::':" f-'  > ' ". promote intethe cultural lifercu]tuOf ral exeISrael andhangetO  :: :::..... : . .. along his herd. ,, . ......... :.i .................. Errors, Please! , <, ........ . .... And Saul was out looking for as a stabilizing factor in the Mid- :: :;;ii::: dle East. This fund 'will benefit il   :i :::iiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiii!i!!  accosted him and said, "Cowboy, dispute at the University the Arab as well as the Jewish how's about a little kinging for ing Co. while .this issue of population of Israel and lrovide ii: ;,ii:!i:iii:ji!iiiii:::i:iiiii!i a change?" Transcript was being I was interested the other day a number of errors will be scholarships for students from .L.'.:I::::::;:!;!;;;: i; ........... in reading in an Israeli news- throughout the paper. The other Near Eastern lands to stu- i;:!  i:ili!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiii:i!iiiii!i' dy in Israel and abroad, paper a suggestion that in view 'are due to typesetting" outside Two engraved silver goblets of the great popularity of "west- University Printing Co. pla made in the Bezadel School of ern" movies the Negev would be and in the rush of getting re Arts and Crafts in Jerusalem, an appropriate place to make for the press it was not one of 40 cultural institutions in them .The writer pointed out that to correct them. Please the Negev has the primitiveness, us. We hope to be back to Israel supported by the Founda- and picturesqueness needed and next issue. tion, were presented to Mr. ' Lodge by Mr. Ru'bin because "as head of the American delegation ....  to the Un!ted Nations, he has  <, given expression to the cofltinu- ing friendshil of the American PHARMACY DEAN BACK FROM HEBREW UNIVERSITY VISIT. Dr. people toward the State of Israel and Mrs. Ivor Griffith are greetc on arrival at Idlewild Airport by Dr. and to the common aspirations of Frederick R. Lachman, left, executive vice president of the American HEBREW IJNIVitI both, countries for a world at Friends of Hebrew University. Dr. Griffith, president and dean of the Phila. peace." A silver-bound Bible delphia College of Pharmacy and Science, spent two weeks in Jerusalem ,, advising University officials on various academic matters pertaining to the  printed in Jerusalem, was pre- new School oPPharmacy. Dr. Grifihh, who serves as chairman of AFHU's sented to Mr. Katzen who, as national campaign .for Hebrew University's School of Pharmacy, plans to special consultant to the State aaaress gatherings in behalf of the drive throughout the U. S. and Canada. Department, was in charge of the recent distribution of infer- ISRAEL SENDS ANTI-BIOTICS'Mogen Dovid to flood victims in mational Media Guaranty Funds WeI'.M,# INli't'Te in Trae]. TO CEYLON FLOOD VICTIMS that country, tim Foreign Min- JERUSALEM, (JTA) -- Four istry announced here this week. The dinner was.highlighted by hundred pounds of medicines Air France transported the Is- a concert program in which In- bal the Yemenite dance theatre chiefly anti-biotics was shipped raeli gift ree of charge. of Israel, participated. The pro- to Ceylon as a gift of the Red The Jewish Star, a new Eng- gram featured seventy members lish-Jewish publication, made its of the New York Philharmonic C LASS | F i m O appearance this we'ekend in Orchestra and Mischa Elman, em- Washington, D.C. It will have a inent violinist, who was honored ROOM FOR RENT for employed guaranteed circulation of 10,000 ft, r his fifty years on the Amer- man or woman in nice home; by a corporation formed by a lean concert stage. Madison Park district nr. bus group of local Jewish Communal line. Call HA. 3635. leaders. Editor will be A. B. Kap- / YTTUR RABONIM SOCIETY [K OS H E R STk:LE Room an-d plin, former managing editor of A tea and card party will bet Board. Older citizens welcome, the Duluth, Minn. News-Tribune, held on Wednesday, Feb. 5 all IIot Mineral Baths; homey, who recently retired as a national' the home of Mrs. S. S. Goldberg,  friendly surroundings and TV. director of B'nai B'rith. The Jew- 1512 27th Ave., atl:00 P.m. All] LOUIS HOTEL, ox 38, Soap ish Star will appear every dther proceeds will go to' ISRAEL. i Lake, Wash. SU. CH. 6-2471. week.  Ill.El