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April 17, 1959 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-04-17

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KIRYAT HADASSAH, Israel—Mrs. Elean or Roosevelt (center) is shown above as she
laid the cornerstone of Hadassah's "Wall of 11 ealing," at the Hadassah-Hebrew University Med-
ical Center, which will connect the 500-bed hospital to the Mother and Child Pavilion. In-
scribed on the "Wall of Healing" will be th e names of those who contribute $1,000 or
more to the Medical Center Fund. Left to right are Mrs. David de Sola Pool, former nation-
al president of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America; Mrs. A. P. School-
man, Hadassah's national Youth Aliyah chairman; Yair Man, administrator of the Hebrew
University; Dr. Jack Karpas, deputy director-general of the Hadassah Medical Organization
in Israel; Mrs. Roosevelt; Dr. I. E. Nebenzahl, chairman of the Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion Israel Committee; Mrs. Myriam Grandott, chairman-in-charge of the Hadassah Council
in Israel; Dr. Kalman J. Mann, director-general of the Hadassah Medical Organization; and
Dr. Moshe Prywes, associate dean of the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School. The
$25 million Medical Center is scheduled for completion in 1960. In addition to the hospital
and Mother and Child Pavilion, it will inclu de the Medical School; the Rosensohn Clinic,
to serve more than 200,000 out-patients ann ually; and the Henrietta Szold School of Nurs-
ing and Residence.

LONDON, (JTA) — The Jew-
in this country, where large
numbers of Jews have concen-
trated, are breaking up, as more
and more Jews move to the sub-
urbs, the Zionist Federation of
Gi-eat Bilitain was told at its
conference by honorary presi-
dent, Israel Sieff.
Stressing the education of
Jewish youth, -Sieff told the con-
ference that Jews no longer live
in many areas formerly thickly
populated by them in Leeds,
Manchester and other cities.
Jews are also moving out of
London's East End—all going to
the suburbs.
Five Jewish Day Schools
opened in England during re
cent years, and a sixth school of
that type to be opened soon,
"will be copied everywhere in
the Western world," Sieff de-
clared. "The Jewish child
trained in a Jewish Day School
isgoing to be the invincible
core of the Zionist movement
that is to come."
Emigration from England to
Israel, he continued, is "a mere
trickle, because even Zionists
are not yet able to make that
sacrifice in order to go to live
in Israel and build their lives

Tunisian sources.
The Lebanese paper claimed
that President Bourguiba had
made the statement in an in-
terview with its representative.
The President, the paper al-
leged, said that one could not
deny the existence of Israel
the way the Arab States were
trying to do, and that it was
therefore not enough to fight
her with words.
What was necessary was a
general concerted action
against Israel which could even
lead to armed conflict. •
When asked by another Leb-
anese correspondent what

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Nations, such a gesture auto-
matically eliminated the real-
ity of Israel, and that by such
a gesture Israel was not there.
In replying to the question,
President Bourguiba, according
to the Congress' sources of in-
formation, said that Nasser and
his friends were incapable of
fighting for their beliefs.

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ROME, (WJA)—Reports that I

Adolph Hitler secretly aided
Emperor Haile Selassie of
Ethiopia when Italy invaded his
country were termed "improb
able" by Gen. Quirino Armel-
lini, ex-Chief of Operations of
Italy's invasion forces.
The general said that prior
to and during the 1935-36 cam-
paign, he had been fully in-
formed about all foreign aid
Ethiopia received in her fight
against the Itaffans, but there
had never been any shred of in-
formation on secret assistance
from Hitler's Germany, as
claimed by the Paris daily
`Figaro' recently.
He had been taken complete.
ly aback by 'Figaro's' allega-
tions, the general said, but if
they were true, after all, he
owed the Germans belated com-
pliments for their "extraordi-
nary efficiency" in keeping sec-
ret their co-operation with Ethi-
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LONDON,- (WJA)—A state- measures should be taken to away_ when they met an Is-
ment ascribed to President drive the Jews out of Pales- raeli delegate at the United

tine, President Bourguiba was
quoted as having said: "Force
. . . If you want to put an end
to any state you have to pre-
pare yourself to bring about its
destruction." -
The WJ Congress under-
stands that President Bour-
guiba never gave an interview
to 'Al Jaryda' and that the
story carried by the Lebanese
daily should be considered a
gross piece of distortion.
The President, addressing a
press conference on the con-
clusion of the recent Conven-
tion of the Neo-Destour Party,
was asked (not by the repre-
sentative of the Lebanese
daily) whether he would go
back to the Arab League.
President Bourguiba said he
would not return to the Arab
League because all that Nasser
and his friends did was talk.
The President gave Israel as
an example of Nasser and his
friends' incapacity for action.
They did not recognize the
existence of Israel, although
this was a reality. They thought
that if they turned their heads

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Charge Lebanese with Distortion of Bourguiba Talk

Bourguiba of Tunisia that he
was opposed to Zionism and
Israel, published recently in
the Lebanese daily 'Al Jaryda',
has been exposed as a fabri-
cation, the World Jewish Con-
gress learns from authoritative

there." The main task ahead for
British Zionist s, Mr. Sieff
stated, "is to build up Jewish
communt ti e s, permeated
through and through, with Jew-
ish consciousness and the will
to live."

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11 —THE DETRbIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 17 , 1959

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