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May 20, 1960 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-20

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Aliens in Israeli Civil Service Get 3-Year Reprieve
Sisterhood Art Calendar for 5721
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
allegiance to Israel. In order pledge, however, that they will
to The Jewish News)
Features Modern Art in Synagogue JERUSALEM
to comply with the official obey that law, and promise
-- Foreigners

Photographic reproductions of
mosaics, sculptures and other
art forms in the synagogue, de-
picting Jewish religious themes,
are featured in the Art Calen-

Hammarskjold Talks
to British Officials

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON — United Nations
Secretary General Dag Ham-
ntarskjold conferred Monday
with Sir Roger Stevens, Under-
secretary of State for Middle
Eastern Affairs. Earlier in the
day, Hammarskjold had met
with Minister of State Sir Da-
vid Ormsy Gore for a review of
international affairs, which in-
cluded discussion of the Middle
The United Nations official
met for two hours Friday with
British Foreign. Secretary Sel-
wyn Lloyd. Prlor to his talks
with Hammarskjold, Lloyd met
for an hour with Arthur Lou-
rie, Israel's Ambassador to Brit-
British sources here indicat-
ed that the Foreign Secretary
received a report from the UN
official on the recent Suez Ca-
nal crisis and o_n Hammar-
skjold's tentative plans for a
modus vivendi on the issue
within the UN framework.
While Britain has given no of-
ficial response to the new Suez
crisis created by American mar-
itime union picketing of the
Egyptian ship, the Cleopatra, in
New York harbor, it was be-
lieved that Lloyd conveyed to
the Secretary General Britain's
stand for freedom of navigation
for ships of all nations through
the Suez Canal.

Expect 600 Delegates
fqr JA Congress Parley

,'New Perspectives in a New
Decade" is the theme of the
national biennial Convention of
the American Jewish Congress
in the Statler-Hilton Hot e 1,
New York, May 26 to 30.
More than 600 delegates from
AJ Congress chapters across
the nation are expected to at-
tend the five-day meeting, ac-
cording to Federal Judge Gus
Solomon of Portland, Ore., na-
tional convention chairman.
The convention will honor
Attorney General William
Rogers, NAACP executive sec-
retary Roy Wilkins, Sen. Jacob
K. Javits and Rep. Emanuel
Celler for "advancing the cause
of equality for all Americans."

Ford Foundation Grants
Funds for Technion Studies

Nine research projects, at a
cost of more than a quarter of
a million Israel, pounds, are be-
ing sponsored by the Ford
Foundation this year at - the
Technion, Israel Institute of
Technology, it became known
All of the sponsored projects,
which will be carried out by
TeChnion staff members, are in
fields of applied science.

dar issued by the National Fed-
eration of Temple Sisterhoods
for the Jewish year 5721 which
will begin at sundoWn on Sept.
Among the artists repre-
sented is Jasepla Young, whose
mosaic in Temple Emanuel,
Beverly Hills, Calif., illustrates
Study, assembly and prayer in
the contemporary synagogue,
and is a in o der n, dynamic
treatment of a religious theme.
Another reproduction shows the
Ark Doors of sterling silver,
consisting of six panels portray-
ing "Matriarchs of Our Faith,"
desighed by Ilya Schor. These
were' created for Temple Beth-
El of Great Neck, N.Y.
Other artists who work is fea
tured in the Calendar are Ray-
mond V. Cradick, Abraham
Rattner, Arnold Bergier, 'Sey-
mour Lipton and Walter Feld-
The Sisterhood Art- Calendar,
listing Jewish and secular
days and Bible reading refer-
ences, including space for re-
cording engagements, may be
purchased from the National
Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods, 838 5th Ave., New York
21, or from affiliated Sister-
hoods throughout the._country.

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

employed here by the govern-
ment civil service V have been
given a three-year reprieve
from regulation that all civil
service employees must be
Israeli nationals and must swear
allegiance to the government
of Israel.
The government announced
that change in civil service
rules Wednesday, giving the
foreign nationals in government
service three years to decide
whether they would change
their nationality . to Israeli or
quit the civil service.
There are several hundred
foreign nationals in Israel em-
ployed by the government, most
of them in high ranking civil
service jobs where they are
rated as experts. Several
months ago, when the civil
service administration pro-.
mulgated regulation requiring
all government employees to
be Israeli nationals, there was
grave concern that the experts
would have to resign.
Under Wednesday's change
in regulations, foreigners will
not be required to swear

secrets act, they will have to to accept civil service discipline.


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Find Biblical City
of Joseph's Well

LONDON, (JTA) — The site
of the biblical city of Dothan
has been discovered by an
American archaeological.team
in the Jenin area of Jordan, on
the northwest bank of the Jor-
dan River, according to a dis-
patch from the Jordanian capi-
tal of Amman.
The Amman report stated
that Dr. Joseph Free, head of
the archaeological team, said he
had also discovered the well in-
to which Joseph — later Prime
Minister of ancient Egypt—was
tossed by his brothers, as told
in the Bible.
Dothan was built 5,000 years
ago. After suffering partial de-
struction from war, it was, ac-
cording to scientific records, to-
tally destroyed by an earth-




and tell the world you're

BONN — Social Democratic
Party officials disclosed Tues-
day that they would extend the
statute of limitations on the
crime of manslaughter commit-
ted during the Nazi regime.
The period during which pros-
ecution could be initiated for
such crimes expired on May 8,
after the government rejected
Social Democratic demand that
it be extended -to September,
The Social Democrats are
planning to propose a compro-
mise arrangement under which
charges could be filed until the
Hebrew Accorded Full
end of 1961.
Parity at Queens College
`Burn This,' Charming
The curriculum committee of
`Box Cards' Collection Queens College has decided bo
accord Hebrew full parity with
Those who love a good car- all other foreign languages for
toon and an entertaining greet- fulfilling degree requirements,
ing card will be delighted by
according to an announcement
the reproduction of a series of
made by Judah Lapson, director
"box cards" in an attractive
of the Hebrew Culture Council
long-and-narrow (like the cards)
of the Jewish Education Com-
paperback entitled: "Burn This
mittee of N.Y.
—created by Box Cards—ignit-
ed by Mort Sahl." Bernard Geis
Associates (527 Lexington, N.Y.
17) published the book, and it
is being distributed by Random
80 Feet of
The point is that the cards
are by Bill Box, Nellie Caroll,
3 Bedrooms, Studio Living
Harry Crane, Bill Brewer, Bob
Room, Large Kitchen, Walls and
Guccioni and Jerry Lee — but
Ceilings Birch or Knotty Pine
mostly by Bill Box, under
Panelled. 500 ft. approximate
whose name-Box Cards, Inc.,
depth. Sprinkling system, land-
the "Burn This" is produced.
scaped. 32 miles from Detroit.
The explanatory introduction
For Seasonal Rental — or For
by Mort Sahl is an interesting
essay, and it adds to the charm
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of the book.

Ban Holy Week Service
Paul State Capitol
State Director of Public Prop-
erty indicated that permission
will not be granted in future
for Holy Week religious serv-
ices in the rotunda of the State
Capitol at St. Paul. Objections
had been raised to the services
on the grounds that use of state
property for religious purposes
violated the principle of separ-
ation of Church and State.


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