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April 17, 1959 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-04-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, April 17,

Governor Williams Absent from Africa
Day Celebration Which Banned Israel

Direct JTA Teletype Wire
To The Jewish News

UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.—
Three governors and the Mayor
of New York absented them-
selves Wednesday from the dip-
lomatic reception celebrating
African Freedom Day from
which Israel alone among the
members of the United Nations
had been excluded at the insis-
tence of the Arab bloc.
The pr omin en t absentees
were New York Governor Nel-
son A. Rockefeller, Connecticut
Governor Abraham Ribicoff,
Michigan Governor G. Mennen
Williams and New York Mayor
Robert F. Wagner. The diplo-
matic reception without Israel
and minus these four prominent
Americans was held at the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
Israel, however, was also in-
vited and was represented at
the second important event cele-
brating African Freedom Day
observed at Carnegie Hall
Wednesday night. The evening
event conducted by the Ameri-
can. Committee on Africa had
invited all Asian and African
member states as guests of
honor.
A number of United Nations
delegates from non-Arab Afri-
can states showed embarrass-
ment over Israel's exclusion
from the diplomatic list for the

afternoon reception. The com-
mittee of nine delegations in
charge of the afternoon event
consisted of representatives
from the United Arab Republic,
Sudan, Morocco, Tunis, Libya,
Ghana, Ethiopia, Guinea and Li-
beria. Israel has excellent rela-
tions with the four non-Arab
states in this group.
In answer to a question about
the afternoon event, a spokes-
man for the Israel delegation
stated here Wednesday:
"Israel has not been invited
for the simple reason that five

ANNOUNCES THAT

of the nine countries concerned
are members of the Arab
League. The Arab League has
always pursued an intransigent
policy of boycotting Israel. The
exclusion of Israel comes from
the undue pressure which these
five states have brought to bear
an the others. It is regrettable
that the others should have
found themselves, however un-
willingly, constrained to yield to
these pressures resulting in an
act of discrimination which vi-
olates the accepted traditions of
courtesy between nations."

Hundreds of workers in the finish the month with more
W o m e n'.s, Metropolitan and than 0100 per cent of last
Junior Divisions of the 1959 year's achievement.
Allied Jewish Camp a i g n,
Mrs. Eugene J. Arnfeld, Wo-
thronged Congregation Beth men's Division chairman, re-
Abraham, Sunday, in the Cam- ports that the Women's Divis-
paign's first tri-division G-Day. ion now stands at more than
First tallies show that Wo- 90 per cent of last year's total.
men's Division general solici-
Metropolitan Division chair-
tation brought in more than man Richard B. Kramer re-
$50,000.
ported an equally good day for
'Junior Division general soli- his division.
citation chairman Harvey Gor-
Mrs. Redstone explained that
don reports that more than not all women are solicited by
half of the slips were turned G-Day, that intensive solicita-
in Sunday.
tion continues and that all
Junior Division chairman women who made a contribu-
Alan E. Luckoff reports that tion to the 1958 Campaign will
his division now stands at 86 be reached by a solicitor. She
per cent of last year's achieve- urged women who are new to
ment.
our city and not yet contribu-
Mrs. Louis G. Redstone, Wo- tors to contact the campaign
are independent of indemnifi-
cation claims of the govern- men's Division general solici- at WO 5-3939, extension 4.
ments of France and Belgium tation chairman, reports that
Great peace have they which
for compensation for the nation- more than 70 per cent of all
als who suffered in Nazi con- general solicitation pledges are love thy law: and nothing shall
in and that her group -hopes to offend them.—Ps. 119:165
centration camps.
A year of negotiations be-
tween the Bonn Finance Minis-
try and an organization of
Dutch Nazi victims ended last
week with an agreement for
payment of 300,000,000 marks
in compensation.
It has been estimated that
the restitution for household
property seized in various Euro-
pean countries by German
troops in World War II will cost
the Bonn Republic about 1,500,-
000 marks.

Believe Successor to Adenauer
Will Follow Pro-Jewish Policies

BONN, (JTA)—Political cir-
cles here expressed the belief
that Dr. Konrad Adenauer's de-
termined opposition to resur-
gent Nazism and anti-Semitism
in West Germany will be con-
tinued by his successor in the
Chancellory, which Dr. Aden-
auer will leave this summer.

Christian Democratic Party
leaders also voiced confidence
that Dr. Adenauer's strong
stand on reparations and indem-
nification of the victims of Na-
zism will be maintained by the
new Chancellor.

Dr. Adenauer's decision to re-
sign his post and seek the Pres-
Arab Blacklist Adds
idency of the West German Fed-
eral Republic is expected to in-
97 Foreign Ships
volve a complete cabinet re-
PARIS (JTA)—Ninety-seven shuffle. One possibility seen
ships have been added to the here is the participation of the
Arab League's anti-Israel black- Free Democratic Party in a co-
list, according to a report re- alition with the dominant Chris-
ceived here by Le Monde, tian Democratic Union, which
leading French newspaper. The Dr. Adenauer heads, and the
action was taken at the meet- elimination from the govern-
ing of the Anti-Israel Boycott ment of the right-wing Deut-
sches Partei.
Committee at Damascus.
The owners of these vessels
In this event, two of the pres-
are being "punished" for ent Christian Democratic Union
transporting cargoes to Israel. members of the cabinet and the
The vessels will receive, in one representative of the Deut-
Arab ports, only minimal serv- sches Party, all three of whom
ices, just enough to enable are regarded as allegedly hav-
them to get to the next port. ing had Nazi affiliations, would
Of the total of new ship be dropped from the cabinet.
names added to the boycott
Negotiations between West
list, 17 are American-owned,
Germany and French organi-
while 35 are British, nine
zations of Nazi victims, in-
French, five German, and six
volving restitution for house-
Turkish.
hold assets mainly of French
Jews confiscated in France by
German occupation troops,
will be concluded soon, a
spokesman for the West Ger-
man Ministry of Finance de-
clared.
Similar negotiations with Bel-
of
gian organizations will begin in
a few weeks, he said. The
Columbus, Ohio
claims are based on the Fed-
eral Indemnification Law and

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G-Day for Allied
Jewish Campaign Very Successful

*

Adenauer's Retirement
Will Not Endanger
Reparations to Israel

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — "I do
not think that, if Dr. Konrad
Adenauer relinquishes his post
as Chancellor of Germany, there
will be danger to the imple-
ments of the German-Israel rep-
arations agreement," Dr. F. E.
Shinar, head of the Israel Repa-
rations Mission to West Ger-
many, declared in connection
with reports from Bonn that
Chancellor Adenauer will lay
down his post to seek the Fed-
eral German Presidency.
Shinar spoke at a dinner of
the Foreign Press Association
here. He said that Dr. Aden-
auer's possible successor is Dr.
Ludwig Erhard, Vice-Chancellor
and Minister of Economic Af-
fairs, whose dealings with re-
gard to reparations problems
are very encouraging from Is-
rael's point of view.
Shinar avoided making any
prediction as to who may be-
come the West German Minister
of Economic Affairs if Dr. Er-
hard should become Chancellor.

First Israel Bond Building Purchase
Made by Hebrew Benevolent Group

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