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January 06, 1961 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-06

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Zim Helps Enact - Ro
ce of Israel
rants, Tourists
by Importing Im

The committee heading the Bar-Ban*University Annual Dinner
on Jan. 17 in Cobo Hall consists of (from left) Al Borman, chair-
man of the committee seeking $100,000 for the Dr. A. M. Hersh-
man Chair in Jewish Studies; Phillip Stollman, national chairman,
American board of trustees of Bar-Ban; Tom Borman, dinner
chairman; Harry Cohen and Max Stollman, dinner co=chairmen.
Not shown is Abe Kasle, who is the Hershman Fund chairman
with Al Borman.

Bar-Ilan Annual Dinner Dedicate
to Establishing 'Hershman Chair'

The Bar-Ilan University annual
dfnner at Cabo Hall on Jan. 17
will be a community-wide event,
according to Tom Borman, chair-
man of the banquet committee.
The dinner is dedicated to the
establishment of the Dr. A. M.
Hershman chair in Jewish Studies
at Bar-Ilan University in Israel.
The committee for the Hershman

Algerian Rebels
Assail Stand of
Jewish Leaders

- PARIS, (JTA)—The Algerian
rebel organization, the FLN,
has accused Jewish community
leaders in Algeria of being "the
accomplices of the colonial
crimes now being committed in
our land," it was reported here.
The charge appeared in the
FLN newspaper, El Moudjahid,
which carried an article on
"The Constant Position of the
Algerian Revolution - with Re-
gard to the Jewish Minority." In
the article, the FLN asserted
that Algerian Jewish- leaders
had "deluded part of the Al-
Jewish community by in-
viting it not to take part in the
struggle for national libera-
tion."
The F
rged that
rece communique
Alger-
ia • Jewish leaders
testing
e profanation and s •matic
evastation of the Grea yna-
gogue of Algiers -had "a eady
served this argument fo col-
onial propaganda devoted
set-
ting Jews anSl. Moslems a nst
one another.'
The FLN
aper
ed
Algerian Je
e "amon the
first to j
the de nd,
made by
onal Alg ian
Organiz
t an in na-
tional
commissio be
sent as oon possible Al-
geria to esta sh disp sion-
ately what happened th- , and
rticularly in Algiers uring•
vent of recent da

Chair, which is headed by 1
Borman and Abe Kasle, se
$100,000 for that purpose.
chairmen of the dinner are i
Stollman and Harry Cohen. Th
arrangements committee is head-
ed by Meyer Eisenberg and Leon
Mutchnick.
Rabbi - Morris Adler of Cong.
Shaarey -Zedek is the honorary
chairman
chairan of the memorial fund
and he will present citations to
the initiators of the Hershman
Chair at the dinner.
The main speaker will be Dr.
Joseph H. Lookstein of New York,
president of the board of govern-
ors of Bar-Ilan University, an
a leader in American Orthodox
He is a professor at Yeshiva U
versity and at the Rabbi Isa
Elchanan Theological Seminar
The late Dr. Hershman, w
was a rabbi at Shaarey Zedek
50 years, was an authority
medieval Jewish history and ha
written two books on the period.
The Hershman chair will be de-
voted to Medieval Jewish studies.

Israel Knesset
S tudies Budget

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — The Israeli
Parliament Tuesday started
studying the n e w 1961 - 62
budget which, as introduced by
the Finance Ministry, calls for
expenditures totaling 1,869,000,-
000 Israeli pounds ($1,046,55
000), more than 11 per
higher than the budget f
current fiscal year.
Of the total, some 4
million
pounds ($249,200,00
is allo-
cated for develo
ent, and
about 200 millio
pounds
($112,000,000) for pecial allo-
cations and debt payments.
About a quart
of the ordi-
nary budget, o 300 million
pounds • ($168,00 000) is ear-
marked for the efense Minis-
try, and a simila sum for the
Ministries of Edu Lion, Health
Labor and Social
elfare. This
-sum includes appr riations for
state housing. The
inistry for
receive
Refinishing — Restorer Religious Affairs
nearly six million p
($3,-
Cabinet Repairs 360,000), an increase nds
ver the
Any piece in current budget of abo
half
your home to
any period, style million Israeli pound8.
and color.
ReCeipts from abroad • are
Re-touch, Re-
:PIANO
finish. Repair, pected to cover about half of
N I SH ING
Re-weave - Re- the Development Budget. The
GAM :SPECIALTY
upholster — All
-R5
00
TO CHOOSE work by Factory sources will be German repara-
Trained Experts tions, • American agricultural
plus 17 years
surplus commodities, and • vol-
EXPERIENCE.
BEFORE
We restyle, Re- untary contribution. Tax in-
novate and Re- creases will be necessary to
weave. —Work meet the total budget. It is
guaranteed. — expected that property taxes
Free Estimates. will be nearly doubled, while
3totim TABLE
MOW E RT E D
07,q1;p0P LEAF
Larry Paul higher taxes will have to be
imposed on luxury goods sales,
on various materials and on
13 ..
a. W. Mc er..L S
equipment.

By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ
HAIFA — No matter h e
frequent the arrivals
Israel, they are accompanie by
thrills that come from
eing
pilgrimage of all
rts—
tourists mingling with mmi-
grants, Christians and Jews
looking f or w ar d eage
to'
being in the Holy Land,
ung
and old rejoicing in the p ce
that awaits them in an a a
t hat Hillaire Belloc insist
upon calling "the battle • • • a
of the world."
We have just
isembarked
from the Zim li
, the SS Theo-
dor Herzl. In
short period of
only a doze
ears, Israel has
developed
very
imagin-
able in ni e
y—including a
shipping
ustry. Its boats
carry
sengers represen g
all
s, people fro
all
ch s. Like the Israeli
me,
t El Al, the Zim
e is
cellent, the crew is
ous,
he trip a deli
It is an ed
io
well. On t
ent
rom
Naples, It y,
h
d o r
Herzl carr d 5:
assenger
200 of the imm
ts, mos
from Russi sate e count s.
They repre nt a story in
m-
selves, and hey are
t of
the great romance t
con-
ues to be e
the
eloping S
srael.
s ru
' as • errupted by
a st

a
prus to permit
20 Fra
s from Toulousse,
Franc
to fly from there to
Jord
I • e only way for
thes
tholic pilgrims to be
abl
o be in both Jordan and
I el during the Christmas
ason. They wended their w
o the Old City of J rusale ,
and to Bethlehem—
cannot visit der
ditions—and
return
to Israel via
lbaum
Gate. Then th
wil
New City o
avleim
sit, t
berias, Safed d Nazareth e-
turning to Fra e, o the
SS Theodor Herzl.
This is part of th drama
at is being enacted
a result
e failure of
e Arabs to
01
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