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October 28, 1960 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-28

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Nab Syrian Spy Ring;
Seven Sent to Prison

HAIFA, (JTA) — Seven of
eight Israeli Arab intellectuals
were found guilty in District
Court here of being members of
a spy ring for the Syrian intelli-
gence services, and were given
heavy sentences ranging from 14
years imprisonment to two years.
The eighth of the accused was
acquitted.
The members of the alleged
spy ring were arrested two years
ago. All are school teachers or
intellectual leaders among the
Arab villages in the Galilee. Is-
raeli security services, which
arrested the members of the ring
and testified for the prosecution,
described the group as "the most
dangerous batch of spies ever
arrested in Israel."
The stiffest sente
an ac-
was meted o
ring leader,
cused of
24, a school
Hassin
ss
teat
. A ear sentence was
ed ce Ibrahim Pahwamy,
, secretary f the
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other
ente
rd fr
10
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Foreign Minister, who was
scheduled to address the open-
ing session of the convention
last night, suddenly cancelled
all her engagea.ents and re-
turned to her home in Isr
on Wednesday. On Tiles
morning, Mrs. Meir conf
with UN Secretary Ge
al
Hammarskjold. it was t
ed
a "courtesy call," acco "ng
to the JTA, but Mrs. Me is
believed to have discussed N
the UN chief the freezing o
the Arab delegations' hostile
attitude toward Israel as ex-
pressed by Arab sPokesmen
after her offer of immediate
Arab-Israel peace talks "with-
out preconditions." The JTA
states . that New York circles
speculated on the possibility
that Mrs. Meir's sudden return
home may be due to the fact
that both the Israeli coalition
govermnent and Mapai, the
dominant party, are facing a
crisis because of the Lavon
issue.
Michael Comay, Israel's perma-
nent representative to the United
Nations, f o r -
mer Israeli
Ambassador to
Canada, substi-
tuted for Mrs.
Meir and de-
livered the
principal ad-
dress at the
opening s e s -
sion of the
convention.
Sharing the
in was Victo
eader.
ion banquet
be addresse
Israel's
bassador Av
Har
orris Lieberm
tmaster.
b

Julius Chaje
,
student of Paul
ing th
tale.
• lefsky, is a senior at Cass
Ce
lusic at 2:30 I
, where h switched from
., Sunday;,:'. • n the DeRoy clai net to eel
when he clis-
eater.
covered that t
chamber music
arinet was lim-
Soloists will be pianist Rita. literature fo -
Sloan, playing hajes' " man- lied.
tic Fantasy;" ichard
Luby, play
pricioso"
David
via
ith Popp
Hunga an Rhapsody,.

four, made her debut at 13, and
has been soloist with the Center
Symphony several times. She is
a piano major at Wayne State
University.

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Study Club of Detroit, will join
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He won the 1960 International
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 28, 1969

Delegates from all parts of the
United States, as well as from
Canada and Mexico, are here as
participants in the national con-
vention of the . Labor Zionist Or-
ganization of America.
All sessions are being held at
the Statler-Hilton Hotel, except
tonight's Oneg Shat bat at the
Labor Zionist Institute, featuring
C. Bezalel Sherman and Morde-
cai Shtrigler.
Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's

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Labor ZionisisConvenellere: Four Young Artists Appear in Center Concert Sunday
Center Symphony will give its American Federation of Musi-
Marilyn, 18, student of Julius
Mrs. Meir Retaurns to Israel annual
Young People's concert,
Puerto Rico.
Chajes, started piano studies at

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