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December 25, 1959 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-12-25

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Arab Refugees Unwilling to Return E. German Jews
Reported Fleeing
to Israel, U. S. Senators Declare

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New French Envoy Stresses Links of
Friendship Between Israel and France

JERUSALEM (JTA) — dent, Ambassador Bourdeillette
Direct JTA Teletype Wire
WASHINGTON, ( J T A ) — Senator McGee was in essential
France's new ambassador to stressed the close ties between
to The Jewish News
Senator Albert Gore of Tennes- agreement.
BONN—The West German Israel, Jean Adolphe Bourdeil- the two countries. The envoy
see, a member of the Senate
Senator Gore said there was Ministry for all German affairs lette, presented his letters of also noted the importance of the
Foreign Relations Committee, significantly more political sta-
declared Tuesday that Jews credence to President Ben-Zvi. recently - signed Israel - French
who just returned from a three- bility in the Middle East and a
were fleeing from persecution In his statement to the Presi- cultural agreement.
week tour of the Middle East much greater military poten-
with Senator Gale W. McGee, tial, then when he visited the in East Germany and arriving
reported his conclusions on the area three years ago: He said constantly as refugees.
Asserting in a communique
trip this week, in which he said that during the talks which he
that the remaining Jews in
and Sen. McGee had with Pre- East Germany were being per-
On Hi-Fi Cabinets and Components
mier Ben-Gurion of Israel, and secuted along with members of
Berditchever and
President Nasser of the United all other religious groups, the
SAVE 20% to 50% on Amps, tuners, speakers,
tape decks, changers, etc.
Keshenever Merged i Arab Republic, "we came to an Ministry said that the East
agreement that both would ac- Berlin Jewish c o m m u n i t y,
The Berditchever Progressive
Aid Society and the Keshenever Lion solving the Palestine prob which now numbers only 900
persons, was dwindling.
;ienc ,
Floor model sys-
The Ministry reported that
tem with custom
merged into a new organization
12" R & A ex-
We hear much talk to the apart from East Berlin only
to be known as the Berditchev-
tended range
effect
that
all
the
million
Pales-
speaker
271/2"h.
600
Jews
were
left
in
East
Ger-
Keshnever Aid Society, accord-
x 18"w. x 16"d.
ing to an announcement by tine refugees want to return to many and that . their flight to
3 /4" birch. Also
Harry Kaminer, president of their homeland," he said. West Germany for asylum
available in
blond, mahog-
"While we were in Israel, we - meant that the East German
any, walnut and
Bookshelf
speaker
system
learned that negotiations were Jewish community would com-
cherry.
Reg.
12" h.x24" w.x91/2" d. Freq.
under way for the return of 250 pletely disappear in a few
response 30-20000 CPS. 3/4" price $69.95.
wood const. Complete with Closeout $•-) 5
from Jordan. But when we were years.
speaker
talking with the Prime Minister
'15 Unfinished
Unfinished
of Jordan, he was interrupted
Easy Terms
by a telephone call from his
WILL DRAW
HAVE BOARD
military commander who re-
MURRY
ported that many of the refu-
KOBLIN
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tor president of Keshenever
Besarabier.
Both landsmanshaften groups •

in
existence
for
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have been

years. They have been active in •
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the fields of philantropic and' •
Kailtrin is
cultural activities in Detroit, in I I:

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Kaminer and Cantor have ex-
pressed the hope that, as a corn- •
bined force, they will increase •
their strength and their work •
for worthy causes.
The new group will hold the •
first recreational function in the •
farm of a Hanukah party for •
the combined membership, Mon- •
day, Jan. 4, 9 p.m. at the Beth
Yehudah Synagogue, 17556 Wy- e
oming. Louis Bassin is chair-
man of the party.

JWV Commander
Warns on Mixing
Politics, Religion

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The Jewish War Veterans
sharply criticized the eleMents
in America that are insisting
on throwing the religious issue •

into the political arena.
JWV's National Commander •
Bernard Abrams pointed out al
that "it is dangerous to refer •
continuously to the religious be-
lief of a prospective presiden-
tial candidate after every ec-
clesiastical announcement made •
by a religious leader of the
same faith as such candidate. •
The hate mongers and bigots •
will have a field day if this is- •

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sue is allowed to get out of
hand. Already there has been
too many of these allusions to
the religion of a candidate. This
practice, if continued, can only
fan fires based on prejudice."

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AN EXTENSIVE SELECTION OF SUITS
IMPORTED ENGLISH, ITALIAN AND FRENCH FABRICS

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Gen. Gyani to Assume • •

Command of UNEF

BRAND NAMES

UNITED NATIONS, (JTA)— •
Maj.. Gen. P. S. Gyani, newly- •
• • CARDINAL


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E. L. M. Burns, whom he will
succeed as commander.

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designated commander of the
United Nations Emergency
Force, left here for UNEF head-
quarters in the Gaza Strip,
where he will take over com-
mand of the 5,000-member force
on Monday.
Gen. Gyani told correspond-
ents before his departure that
he had no information about re-
ported Uriited Arab Republic
troop concentrations in the Si-

nai Peninsula. He declined to •
discuss the Middle East situa-
tion, stating that his assignment
was simply to command the
UN forces there.
The Indian general was
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