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July 22, 1960 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-22

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Foreign Crews, Histadrut
Counter El Al Pilot Strike

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—Officials of the
struck El Al Israel National
Airlines announced plans Wed-
nesday to operate its Britannias
with foreign crews as the dead-
lock entered its sixth day with-
out any indications of a solu-
tion.
El Al ground workers and
Histadrut, Israel's Labor Fed-
eration, said they would help
in the operation of airliners
handled by foreign crews.
Histadrut announced it had
received a cable from the Inter-
national Pilots Association re-
fusing support to the striking
aircrews. It was regarded here
as a green light for operation
by foreign crews.
The airline meanwhile an-
nounced a temporary timetable
operated by foreign companies,
most of which use special or
chartered planes. The new time-
table was set for 11 days, start-
ing. Wednesday on all regular
El Al flights. -
The Israel Cabinet empowered
Minister of Transport Yitzhak
Ben - Aharon to invoke emer-
gency regulations against El Al
airmen now overseas:
.The- striking crews may, un-
der the emergency regulations,
be ordered by the Minister of
Transport to return immediately
as conscriptees for national
service under pain of severe
penalties.
The Histadrut also issued a
statement declaring that. it
would not deal with the strik-
ers unless they resume work.
The Israeli press, in leading
articles, called upon the strik-
• ers to return to work in order
to enable quiet negotiations of
their claims. However, repre-
: senta•tive,s of the strikers stated
that "our claims are already
• pending nine months."
Ephrairn Ben-Artzi, El Al's
managing director, told the
press today that while the man-
agement was prepared to meet
almost all of the 11 demands
of the strikers, which include
increased paid vacation and
free trips for children of per-
' sonnel, he could not agree to
' the demand of wage increases
which, he said, was "fantastic
in Israel's present reality."
Various efforts made Tuesday

at mediation were made fruit-
less by the uncompromising po-
sition of the strikers, who re-
portedly brought up new de-
mands, such as one for the
dismissal of all nonstriking El
Al workers, including five flight
inspectors, and the return to
Israel of 45 crews stranded in
Europe and the United States
by the walkout.
A new attempt by Air Force
Commander Ezer Weizmann to
get the strikers back on the job
was rejected, as was the sugges-
tion for the establishment of
a committee with a high rank-
ing air force officer as chair-
man, to investigate the claims
of the strikers, the principal
one of which is demand for
higher pay which the airline
says is impossible.
Flight schedules at Lydda
Airport were reported normal
Wednesday, with planes arriv-
ing and departing on schedule.

Farrar, Straus,
Cudahy Acquire
Noonday Press

Of Matters
Suburban

Campers Go to Polls;
Belkin Heads Tanuga

Harold Belkin of Grand
Rapids emerged victorious after
his campaign and mock conven-
tion held recently at Camp Ta-
nuga in Kalkaska.
He was elected president;
Gail Kaye was voted vice presi-
dent; and Barbara Brenner,
secretary.
Assistants elected were Nao-
mi Gornbein, Bill Krissoff of
Grand Rapids, Ronald Komer,
Geoffrey Miller of Chicago,
Harold Muskovitz, Hannah
Stein, Larry Kaufman, Janice
Komer, Susan Fisher of Muske-
gon, Janice Feldman, Dan Fogel
of Grand Rapids, Peggy Kramer,
Zeena Young, Linda Lande,
Mary Ann Dresner, Karen Fox,
Nancy Resnick, Sherry Rosin,
Harriet Pearlman, David Frank,
Davee Hillenberg, Carol Jones,
Karen Schwartz, David Shapiro,
Wendy Davidson, Marc Frank,
Wendy Krause and Karen Res-
nick.

Election of Chief Rabbis
Becomes Chaos in Israel

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
chaotic situation which has de-
veloped over the election of new
Chief Rabbis for Israel took an
unusual turn this week when
the chairman of the nomina-
tions board announced that one
phase of the dispute had been
directed to a secular authority,
the Israel Attorney General, for
clarification.
Rabbi Yehudah Leib Maimon,
the chairman, made the an-
nouncement at a meeting of the
board which was boycotted by
three of the four appointees
from the Supreme Religious
Council.
The four representatives
named by Rabbi Yaacov To-
ledano's Ministry for Reli-
gious Affairs were present,
as was Rabbi Amram Abura-
via, an appointee of the
Supreme Religious Council
whose accreditation had been
withdrawn by the Council be-
cause he ignored a directive
to boycott last week's inaugu-
ral meeting of the nomina-
tions board.
The board appealed for co-
operation of all factions to en-
sure a "fair and proper atmo-
sphere" for the election of an
Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi and a
Sephardi Chief Rabbi.
The election had been sched-
uled last week for Aug. 26
after months of maneuvering
and squabbling. The Ashkenazi
Chief Rabbi's post has been
vacant since the death a year
ago of Rabbi Isaac Haley' Her-
zog.
The board also asked non-
intervention by "outside fac-
tors" an abstention from "in-
citement which might aggravate

Roger W. Straus, Jr., pres-
ident of Farrar, Straus and Alpha Omega Parents
Cudahy, Inc., announced the ac-
quisition of Noonday Press, Inc., Club Holds Picnic
Ann Arbor's Chi Chapter of
as a wholly owned subsidiary.
Noonday, one of the first pub- the Alpha Omega Parents Club
lishers of quality paperbound will hold its second annual all-
books in the United States, was day picnic Sunday at the cot-
tage of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mill-
founded in 1951 by Cecil Hem-
man in Amherstburg, Canada.
ley, novelist and poet by avoca-
Activities will include swim-
tion, who will remain in charge
ming, boating, horseshoes and
of the editorial operation of
baseball, according to president
Noonday Press as it becomes Sam Schwartzberg.
merged with that of Farrar,
Straus and Cudahy.
Expansion of the Noonday Merger Unites Jewish
list has already started, with Fund-Raising Drives
ten new titles scheduled for the
TOLEDO, (JTA) — The Jew-
coming season. Many of the
titles on this list, including ish Community Council and the
Ernst Juenger's novel "The United Jewish Fund of Toledo
Glass Bees," Isaac Bashevis were merged into the Jewish
Singer's "The Magician of Welfare Federation of Toledo,
Lublin" and Theodor Reik's bringing under one head the
"Sex in Man and Woman," are planning and fund-raising op-
erations for the Jewish com-
original publications.
The list also includes a num- munity in Toledo and Lucas
ber of reprints and books which county.
The Federation will be re-
originated with Farrar, Straus
and Cudahy, such as Charles sponsible for conducting the
Jackson's "The Lost Weekend" United Jewish Fund Ciampaign
and Wilhelm Reich's "Charatter and also will be the central co-
ordinating, social planning and
Analysis."
relations organiza.
$1,200,000 Payment The Noonday books will ordi- community
narily be published simultane- tion in Toledo and Lucas coun-
ty, Ohio.
to Jews Recommend ously in cloth and paper.
The merger follows a pattern
Among Noonday's publishing
by Austrian Cabinet projects has been the well- increasingly evident through
; VIENNA, (JTA)—The Aus- known Reader's Guide Series, the country and was embarked
trian Cabinet Council accepted including critical guides to the upon in order to streamline
• a draft law under which finan- work of Joyce, Yeats, Eliot and the community's structure. The
cial help will be provided to Conrad, which will be developed sighing of the agreement cul-
the Jewish community, as has and expanded. The Noonday minates several years of nego-
• already been done with other Press was responsible for intro- tiations conducted by a joint
Austrian religious communities, ducing a number of distin- Committee of the Jewish Com-
• for damage suffered during the guished authors to American munity Council and United
Jewish Fund.
war_years.
readers, including the 19th
President of the Federation
The draft provides for the century novelist, Machado de

_ payment in a lump sum of 30,- Assis, and Isaac Bashevis Sing- will be Arthur H. Edelstein,
• 000,000 shillings (about $1,- er, author of "Gimpel the Fool" former - president of the United
, 200,000) payable at the rate of and "Satan in Goray." Among Jewish Fund. Burt Silverman,
6,000,000 shillings (about $240,- other outstanding authors on former president of the Jew-
000), for each of the next five the Noonday list are Sholem ish Community Council will be
• years for the restoration of de- Aleichem, Alfred Kazin and vice-president.
stroyed synagogues and ceme- A v r a h a m Yarmolinsky. The
• teries. The draft also provides Noonday Review, a semi-annual Five Jews Among 75
yearly payments totaling 900,-
000 shillings (about $35,000) review of literature, will be dis- Injured by Grenade
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
for 23 employes of the Jewish continued.
Roger W. Straus, Jr., who
The Jewish News)
community.
ALGIERS — The police re-
founded Farrar, Straus and
Cudahy with John Farrar in ported Tuesday that five Jews
Diplomatic Relations 1946, will become president of were among the 75 persons in-
The acquisition of jured in a terrorist grenade
Are Foreseen Between Noonday.
this firm marks the sixth pub- attack in Constantine on July
lishing house to be merged with 14.
• Israel and Iranians
The victims, who are in the
Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. The
(Special JTA Teletype wire to
other new officers of Noonday Blettes Hospital, include three
The Jewish News)
LONDON. — The Daily Tele- are Sheila Cudahy and Robert children, aged 9, 5 and 3.
Col. Leliev, adjutant to the
graph reported Tuesday from Giroux, vice presidents, and
Teheran it had been learned Robert Wohlforth, secretary commandant of the army corps
at Constantine, visited the hos-
reliably that Iran and Israel and treasurer.
Farrar, Straus and Cudahy pital and expressed his sym-
will soon establish diplomatic
will maintain the Noonday edi- pathies to the victims and his
• relations.
hopes for their quick recovery.
The Iranian consulate in Tel torial offices at 80 E. 11th St.,
New
York,
until
Sept.
1,
1960,
Aviv was closed nine years ago
Some people, are easy to en-
under Arab pressures. About when they will be incorporated tertain—all you have to do is
.. 30,000 Iranian Jews live in into the main office, 101 Fifth
listen.
Ave., New York 3.



the situation." Rabbi Maimon
then announced that applica-
tion had been made to the At-
torney General's office for a
ruling on the status of Rabbi
Aburavia as a member of the
nominations board. He also dis-
closed that the next meeting of
the board would be held after
the expected ruling by the At-
torney General.
In another phase of the dis-
pute, a spokesman for Sephar-
di Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nis-
sim said that the rabbinate
would not submit a list of
practicing rabbis requested
by the nominations board for
the Chief Rabbinate elections.
The nominations board re-
quires such a list for selection
of •42 of the 70 electors for the
Chief Rabbis' posts, Twenty-
eight other electors are laymen.
The possibility of a boycott of
the elections by the Supreme
Council was raised by the non,
cooperation announcement re-
garding the list of rabbis.

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