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September 23, 1960 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-23

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President to !Mende with Nasser
on Suez Canal Transit Restrictions

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Ben-Gurion's High Holy Day Message to Diaspora

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Minis-
ter David Ben-Gurion declared
in a New Year's message to
Jews everywhere that "during
the past 12 years we obtained
much encouragement from the
faithful support of Jews in
other countries and I. am sure
this will continue."
Sending the message "in the
name of the Israel government
and people," the Prime Minister
said "we recognize our respon-
sibility to the Jewish people
wherever they are and Israel's
gates will always remain open
to every Jew coming to partici-
pate in the upbuilding of the
homeland."
He opened his message with
an outline of achievements in

JERUSALEM—Prime

ters were discussed with the
President including topics that
might emerge at the United
Nations session that op en e d
Tuesday. He said the president
was urged to use his personal
prestige to work for world
peace and especially Middle
Eastern peace. The president's
response was termed "warm"
and the meeting characterized
as "fruitful."
M r. Eisenhower reiterated
the American position on Suez
transit and allied matters, it
was indicated.
The delegation conveyed Jew-
ish New Year greetings to
Eisenhower.

WASHINGTON — President
Eisenhower Tuesday indicated
he would consider using his
influence on Suez Canal transit
restrictions during the visit of
President Nasser of the United
Arab Republic, according to
representatives of the confer-
ence of major national Jewish
organizations.
The delegation, led by Label
Katz, of New Orleans, chairman
of the conference and president
of Bnai Brith, included Rabbi
Irving Miller, president of the
American Zionist Council; Rab-
bi Joachim Prinz, president of
the Americap Jewish Congress;
Moses Feure'stein, president of
Union of Orthodox Congrega-
tions of America, a
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State Department decision
give President Nasser free
in while in this country has
opened the possibility for the
United Arab Republic boss to
speak in Detroit, should he ac-
cept the invitation of a number
of Arab societies here.
The cultural societies, more
than a dozen in number, have
asked Nasser to come to De-
troit after his appearance at the
United Nations next week. The
invitation was drafted at a
meeting at the Islamic Mosque
Hall in Dearborn last Friday.
The Detroit area contains the
largest concentration of Arabic
speaking residents in the United
States.
Secretary of State Christian
Herter said that no restrictions
have been placed on Nasser,
although other dictators head-
ing their delegations to the UN

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are restricted in travel and
must remain in Manhattan.
Included among those whose
travel has been curtailed are
Khrushchev, Castro and Tito.
Herter added, however, that
Nasser as yet has not been is-
sued a formal White House in-
vitation by President Eisen-
hower to visit Washington.
Meanwhile, Arab diplomatic
sources indicated that their
UAR boss is determined to get
an invitation from the State De-
partment to come to Washing-
ton and discuss Middle East
problems with high United
States officials.
They also revealed that he in-
tends to address Americans of
Arab descent in San Francisco
and perhaps also in other cities
during his stay in the United
States. M any Americans of
Arab descent in this country
are Lebanese and Syrians who
do not hesitate to voice their
opposition to Nasser, and to ad-
vocate Arab-Israel understand-
ing.
Henry Cabot Lodge, former
United States Ambassador to the
United Nations and now a vi
presidential candidate, ann
ed in Erie, Pa., that he
ight
it would be a good
g for
Nasser to tour the
while
he is in this count

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were injured here this week
when terrorists tossed a hand
grenade into the jewelry store
owned - by Jacob Allouche. The
others injured, in addition to
Allouche, were a clerk in his
store and a passerby.
It was the second attack of
the kind in a week, in the Jew-
ish quarter of Constantine. A
bomb was thrown at another
store during the previous week.
Neither the terrorist who threw
the grenade, nor the one who
tossed the bomb, has been appre-
hended. Residents of the Jewish
quarter are concerned about the
attacks. Until now, Jews have
largely escaped attack by ter-
rorists here.

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than ever for private invest-
ments in Israel on a sound
economic basis," he added.
He also reviewed Israel's "ex-
cellent relations" with Afro-
Asian nations and noted with
satisfaction the growing number
of Jewish youth coming to
Israel for study or vacation
visits.

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Detroit Arab Societies
end Nasser Invitation

"WORLD'S WORST

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the previous Jewish year, in-
cluding advances toward the
merger of various immigrant
groups into a single people and
toward economic independence.
"The foundation laid in the
past 12 years with the faithful
support of the Jewish people
throughout the world assures
that the chances are now better

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