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February 24, 1961 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-24

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10th Anniversary

Norman Cottler was a proud
man last week, when he re-
ez ceived scores of congratulations
on the 10t14
anniversary of
po t h e establish
ment of t h e
Dexter - Davi-
son Market on
Wyoming and
Curtis. Added:
to the encomia;
were the com-
mendations on
the excellencee
of the services
both at the
first of his
markets a n d
the new one
he has estab-
0 lished in Oak
0 Park.
T h e •anni- N. Cottler
versary coincided with the re-
opening of _the Wyoming-Curtis
Dexter-Davison Market, after a
few days' closing . for altera-

New conveniences are being
provided in the completely
renovated store. New lighting
fixtures have been installed and
the facilities provide for greater
comfort for customers.
Strictly kosher barbecued
chickens are available at Cot-
tler's supermarkets.
At the Oak Park store there
is a fresh fish department.
The Dexter-Davison anniver-
sary celebration continues until
the end of this week, with spe-
cial features • • es on
many ite

_ziround the World...

A Digest of World Jewish Happenings
from Dispatches of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency and Other News-Gathering Media.

United States

NEW YORK—A biographical exhibit commemorating the 100th
anniversary of the birth of Henrietta Szold, founder of Hadassah,
opened at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. . . . In a
radio discussion, Paul B. Zuber, lawyer for the Negro parents who
won a Federal court desegregation ruling against the New Rochelle,
N.Y., Board of Education, charged that in New Rochelle "they
have jammed up Italians in one school, they have jammed up the
Jewish population in another school, and it depends on - what ethni
group you belong in as to what school you are going to go to." . -
President Kennedy told the National Conference of Christians
Jews that "our nation will fall short of its full power and grea • ss"
as long as "there is unreasoning bigotry instead of unders
and tolerance" in a special Brotherhood Week message.
WASHINGTON—In a message voicing concern ov
instances of anti-Jewish discrimination in Moroscco, Sen r Jacob
K. Javits, New York Republican, asked the State Dep ment to
inquire into widespread reports of mistreatment of Je
in that
country. ... Israel Ambassador Avraham. Harman, wh recently
conferred with Secretary of State Dean Rusk on Middl Eastern
problems, met with Under-Secretary of State Chester Bo
s in a
visit which was described as a courtesy call. . . . The Unite
Development Loan Fund has agreed to a new $10,000,000 loan to
Industrial Development Bank of Israel to be re-loaned by the Israeli
institution to various private enterprises in that country. . . . The
United Arab - Republic is using American assistance, in the form
of communications and transportation facilities, to facilitate Commu-
nist penetration of Africa and simultaneously foment -anti-Jewish
attitudes in Morocco and other African nations, Rep. Leonard
Farbstein, New York Democratic member of the House Foreign
Affairs Committee, has charged in Congress . . In a Washington
Post and Times-Herald editorial this week expressing concern that
"two ancient Jewish communities in North Africa are being men-
aced by the Nasserite virus," the newspaper asked whether "this
Egyptian-inspired vehemence will spill over into the persecution of
some 200,000 Jews in Morocco and an estimated 120,000 in Algeria."
TEL AVIV—A medical institute for the treatment of children
suffering from rheumatic fever is under construction at Beisan,
south of Tiberias, with funds • provided by the Australian OSE.
JERUSALEM—Expressing regret that he could not comment,
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inhas Sapir, Minister of Commerce and Industry, maintained the
r Resident
rael government's policy of silence when questioned in the
e 1961 edition
esset about reports of a West. German loan for the industrial
mer evelopment of the Negev. . . . Plans for settlement or a lengthy
rectory of Resid
es o
Camps under th
tay in Israel for 1,000 South African Jews this year have been
Jewish Communal
developed by the South African Zionist Federation.
has been i ue .
ard. It •
Jewish •
officials announced official plans
camps, as for an Israeli Cultural Week, to be
some 1
held in May 1962, with the
compiled rogra
of two Israeli theatrical and music groups. ... Mrs.
tion of JWB' ewish C mun- participation
A. Zeller, member of one of the oldest Jewish families in Essen,
ity Center D sion.
who died last month in the Jewish home for the aged in Cologne,
willed 10,000 marks for a home for the blind in Israel and 1,000
marks for planting trees there in memory of her deceased husband.
. . . Some 171,000,000 deutschemarks ($41,000,000) was pp id out
to victims of Nazism in 1960 by the Bavarian Indemnification Of-
fice, and the greater part of the 118,000 claims still pending will
have been processed by the end of . 1962. •
LONDON—According to a broadcast in Yiddish by Radio
Bucharest, Dr. Moshe Rosen, Chief Rabbi of the Rumanian People's
epublic, has been nominated as a 'candidate.
KIEL—Schleswig-Holstein is the seventh West German state
to ban the • neo-Nazi Nationalist Students Union since the swastika
daubings which began at the end of 1959, according to an Interior
Ministry announcement that the group had engaged in subversive
activities, that its anti-Semitic publication, "Studenten and Volk"
has been confiscated, and that chapters in various institutions of
higher learning had been dissolved.
ROME—Following the appearing of swastikas on the Perugia
Town Hall and the throwing of a bomb at a Labor Union headquar-
ters by members of the neo-Fascist Italian Social Movement, the
regional chapter of the Federated Council of the Resistance in
Perugia urged "all Anti-Fascists to be vigilant and to fight all
provocations." . . . The continued use by Italian officials of docu-
mentary forms requiring identification by race was raised in the
Italian Senate this week and brought out government assurances
that efforts are being made to control the practice.
GENEVA—A shift in emphasis by the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee from rebuilding Jewish health and medical services in
Europe in the immediate postwar period to training doctors and
medical technicians for JDC installations in the developing countries
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of Israel, North Africa and Iran was reflected in scholarship awards
to two Tunisian doctorS and one Israeli doctor to study in France
and England.
PARIS—The French government decided to reexamine the
system of handling 400,000,000 deutschemarks ($100,000,000) which
West Germany handed over to France as final settlement for in-
demnification of French victims of Nazism, with a view to pay those
who have suffered persecution "outside the laws of war."

AJ Congress Women

Consider Procedural
Changes, Israel Tours

An important change in the
mechanics of meetings and elec-
tion of officers and commission
chairmen will be discussed and
voted on at the next board
ing of the Women' s.
the Americ
9:30 a.
at the home
rtz, 19306 Appo-


s. Rose Shapiro, Division
resident, will introduce the
format. The nom' ati
tee, now study'
the executi
b d,
Mesdames L , Louis
Menk, Herman armann, Jac
Miller, Saul Sc idt, Ralph
ler, Arnold Kass, Willi;
Joseph Greenberg, S
and Dan Shapiro
to the six 31-
day Isra •
ips scheduled for
are being arranged. For
ormation, call the Congress
office, WO 5-3319.

Mattathias Tent-Hive
Schedules Purim Fete

The annual Purim Party and
Games Night of Mattathias Tent-
Hive 1005 of the Maccabees will
be presented 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at the Hayim Greenberg Center,
19161 Schaefer.
rizes will
awarded, and re-
nts will be served. Pro-
go to charity. Friends
are invit

Caribb n Cruise of the SS
Jerus m, sails March 2nd on
12- •
cruise—$290 up.
So' gs to Israel on Zim Line
Israel March 2nd, on S/S
rusalem March 15; S/S Zion
March 17 to Haifa. Some space
still available.
MEXICO, most tropical sections
and all meals and everything
included. 15 days via New
York $533.30; via Miami
15-day Dream Tour to Mexico
$349.80. All meals outside
Mexico City.


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CASABLANCA—A manifesto denouncing Zionist activities in
Morocco and branding Zionism as "an instrument in the hands of
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MONTREAL—Demand was made this .week at the Eastern
Canadian conference of the Canadian Jewish- Congress that the
"humiliating position of school taxation without representation be
corrected" under present Quebec provincial law which provides for
public tax monies for Protestant and Catholic parochial educational
institutions, but not for Jewish day schools.


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RANGOON—Israel has offered to send a medical team to help
Burmese doctors deal with the high rate of infant mortality in this
country, Israel's Minister of Health Israel Barzilai told U Ba Saw,
minister of health of Burma.

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