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April 17, 1959 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-04-17

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for the servicemen at the Navy
missile stations in - Antigua,
Grand Turk Island, San Salva-
dor and Eleuthera.
Other rabbis and chaplains
making long flights for the holi-
day and the stations they will
cover are: David B. Alpert,
Brookline, Mass.,—Goose Bay,
Labrador; Theodore Levy, Hunt-
ington, West Virginia,—Iceland;
Eugene J. • Sachs, Brooklyn,
N.Y.,—Bermuda, Azores; Rich-
ard Sternberger, White Plains,
N.Y., Thule, Greenland; - David
Greenberg, Hamaroneck, N.Y.
—Cuba. In addition, Chaplain
Robert A. Hammer, of Ellsworth
Air Force Base, S.D., goes to
Spain.
JWB has arranged for the
needs of GIs at remote Arctic
stations. These will receive
Passover food packages ("solo
seders"), shipped by women af-
filiated with JWB's 'Women's
Organizations' Division.
Emergency arrangements
made by JWB, in which Jewish
chaplains assisted, will assure
seders at sea for GIs on the
S.S. Buckner, which leaves from
Germany just before the• start
of- Passover. Similar prepara-
tions by JWB will make possi-
ble the seders on the S.S. Up-
shur_ and Derby, which got
emergency shipments just be-
fore the troops left the Brook-
lyn Port of Embarkation. The
300 men on the two vessels—
all from Ft. Hood, Tex., were
replacements for U.S. troops in
_Bavaria.
Passover will be observed in
virtually all of the Veterans
Administration Hospitals from
Alaska to Puerto Rico.

The impact, of Israel Bond
investments has enabled Is-
rael to forge ahead rapidly in
her economic development.
Here, a farmer harvests a
crop of sugar beets, which
have been introduced as a
valuable industiial crop. The
second development issue of
Israel Bonds, in addition to
bettering the state's produc-
tion output, will help provide
housing and jobs for new im-
migrants expected from East-
ern Europe.

Desegregation Is
Slowing Down,
Congress Is Told

WASHINGTON, D.C.—School
desegregation in the - South is
"slowly grinding to a halt," ac-
cording to . the results of an 11-
state survey presented to the
Senate 'Judiciary Committee to-
day.
Will MaSlow, of New York,
general counsel - of the American
Jewish Congress, told a Com-
mittee hearing that Federal ac-
tion on civil rights is necessary
to halt what he termed an
Look unto the heavens, and "alarming slowdown in imple-
see; and behold the clouds mentation of the Supreme Court
which are higher than thou.— decision outlawing segregation
in public schools. •
Job 35:5
Out of 2,018 bi-racial school
districts the South, according
to the American Jewish Con-
gress survey, desegregation has
begun in only 141—of which 124
are in West Texas, which has
a small Negro population. This
is an increase of only 34 school
districts in more than two years,
Mr. MaslOw said.
The eleven states covered
were Alabama, Arkansas, Flor-
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on the basis of reports from the
Various states on their school
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From Adak in the Arctic
Aleutians to the - Navy guided
missile stations of the Leeward
Islands in the south Caribbean,
American Jewish service _ inen
will assemble for Passover serv-
ices t h r o ugh arrangements
made by the ,National Jewish
Welfare Board, organizer of
global "Operation Passover"
for the military in the U.S. and
in 72 overseas countries.
In the new state of Alaska,
GIs will come by airlifts from
the remotest radar sites to
seders in Anchorage, where
Chaplain Joshua Wachtfogel
will officiate. And in the baby
state of Hawaii, Chaplain Jason
Z. Edelstein will recite the an-
cient story of liberation in the
Aloha Chapel, in Honolulu.
Assisting in hospitality arrange-
ments will be the JWB Armed
Services Committee. Col. Meyer
Bogost heads the committee.
A member of USO, JWB is
authorized by the U.S. govern-
ment to serve the religious
and morale needs of Jewish
military personnel and hospi-
talized veterans. Some 370 full
and part-time Jewish chaplains,
10,000 volunteers and a field
staff of 25 USO-JWB field
workers will take part in "Op-
eration Passover."
Riding a circuit of some
15,000 miles before the holidays
from his base in Tripoli, in
Libya, Chaplain Manfred Recht-
schaffen has 'provided for sed-
ers in Turkey, Morocco, Italy
and Greece. Rabbi Nathan
Witkin, USO-JWB man in the
Canal Zone, visited all U.S.
military stations in the Carib-
bean south to the Leeward
Islands, off South America. In
addition to arranging for seders
in all these areas, he has pro-
vided for_transportation to the
seder in San Juan, Puerto Rico,

Bonds Give Boost
to Israel Economy

USSR Attacks Israel,
Gives Aid to Nasser

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Passover Brought to GIs Around
Globe by Circuit-Riding Chaplains

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(Continued from Page 1)
text of the Moscow broadcast
reads:
"The Israeli military prepara-
tions show the shortsightedness
of those Arab statesmen who
For the children, a MODEL
claim that imperialism has left
SEDER, containing the 5
the Arab world. No, we regret
Seder Plate articles in candy
to say that the threats coming
form, plus a Matzo Tasch
from the imperialists of the
in milk chocolate, a kiddush
West have not ended. The quick.
cup, a real Haggadah, a
reaction by Israel to the internal
yarmelka, and tasty hard
differences and the incitement
candies.
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of the anti-Soviet campaign in
the UAR are clear evidence of
this.
"Many people may be asking:
`What is the stand of the Soviet
Union toward the Israeli peril
to the UAR under the present AVAILABLE AT:
circumstances?'
"There can be only one
answer to this question, and
that is that the Soviet Union
opposes the enemies of peace
and the independence of
peoples, irrespective of Arab
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Union has always struggled and
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will continue to struggle against
the aggressors who are trying
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