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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, March 17, 1961 — 34

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(Copyright 1961,
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)

The Big Challenge

The road for American Jews to send their children to
Israel for a period of- two years has now been opened by Presi-
dent Kennedy through the .formation of his "Peace Corps" .. .
Youngsters over the age of 18, boys as well as girls, can now
apply and specify that they want to be sent to Israel within
the Peace Corps framework . . . It is only natural that Jewish
youngsters • should choose Israel as the place of their service,
where they will definitely be accepted with open arms . • .
It is also ih the interest of the United States that Jewish
youngsters in the Peace Corps should be stationed in Israel,
since their presence there will strongly cement the friendly
relations between the two countries . .. American Zionist par-
ents will henceforth have no excuse for not sending their
children to Israel for a year or two, since sending youngsters
for Peace Corps service abroad is now considered an act of
American patriotism . . Never before has any government
offered such an opportunity to Jewish youths to proceed to
Israel for a lengthy period of time, to live the life of the
Israelis and to be helpful to Israel's development . . . Not only
is the fare of the youngsters covered by the Government, but
also their maintenance in Israel . . . In addition to being all
the time under United States care while in Israel, the youngsters
will also be credited with $50 to $75 per month for each month
of service in Israel, the money to be paid in a lump sum when
they return to the United States.

*

*

Arab 'Lobbying

Intensive efforts are being made by Arab propagandists to
win friends among American Negroes and the Negro press .. .
At- the same time Arab students in American universities—all
of them working as part of the Arab• propaganda machine—are.
busy cultivating African students, injecting them with anti-
Israel propaganda . . This propaganda' is being financed by the
Arab League which operates "Information Centers" -in New
York and in other American cities . . • . The newest addition to
the -Arab League "Information Centers" is the office opened'
in Dallas, Tex., which operates on a $65,000 budget this year,
serving the South . . . Other, larger offices are functioning in
Washington and Chicago . . . They seek to penetrate with Arab
propaganda into the press, to arrange lectures in clubs and
universities, to place speakers on forums of church and civic
groups, to penetrate radio stations with taped broadcasts and
with "information" glorifying Nasser as a leader of underde-
veloped countries and attacking Israel . . .Arab propagandists are
especially busy in the UN lobbies trying to influence corres-
petrdents and individual delegates of the Afro-Asian countries
. . .Much of the material disseminated by the Arab propaganda
machine is printed in Cairo . . . "Imported" material is supple-
mented with pamphlets and publications produced in the United
States by the Arab League Information Center . . . The "im-
ported" material includes slick English-language magazines, pub-
lished in Cairo, full of poison against Israel and "American"
Zionism.

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*

AJCongress to Hear
Equal Education Talk;
Honors Late Founder

Mrs. Oscar Hertz, chairman
of the Commission on Commun-
ity Interrelations, American
Jewish Congress, announces
Mrs. Roselynn . Yergen, school-
community agent, Detroit Board
of Education, will describe the
nationwide program to elimi-
nate cultural lag in U.S. schools,
12:45 p.m. Wednesday in Con-
ference Room J of the Mc-
Gregor Mem or ia 1 Building,
Wayne State University.
Carl Marburger, director of
great cities school improvement
project, will deliver a special
report on the commtinity pro-
ject. Both speakers will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Sallan Lurie,
Division program chairman.
Women's Division President
Mrs. Dan Shapiro, announces
members and friends are in-
vited. Free parking is available
across from the McGregor
Building.
A nationwide television de-
bate on the question of public
funds for both public and re-
ligious schools will herald the
local discussion. Leo Pfeffer,
AJCongress authority on relig-
ious liberties and the separation
of church and state will partici-
pate. (See Jewry on the Air,
this issue).
The AJCongress plans to is-
sue special memorial cards to
commemorate the anniversary
today of the birth of founder
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. For in-
formation on contributions and
mailing, call -Mrs. Manuel A.
Klinger, UN 1-5732,

JWEWO to Sponsor Playground

The Jewish Women's European Welfare Organization and
North Woodward Branch announced the sponsorship of a play-
ground and garden in the children's home maintained by His-
tadrut in Gan Yavneh, Israel. Mrs. Morris Miller is JWEWO
president, and Mrs. Morris Hout is president of the branch.
The children's home, which cares for youngsters 4 to 9, has
been operating at full capacity of 120 children for the past year
and is in need of expansion. The cost of the project, set at
$7,500, will be spread over a period of three years. Shown
above signing the agreement are the officers of the donor
organizations presenting the initial check to the local Hista-
drut representative. From the left, they are: Mesdames Molly
Baseman, Joseph Zuckerman and Morris Hout; Harold S.
Berke, director of Histadrut, and Mesdames Morris Miller,
Jack Seder, 0. H. Kavieff and Ida Goldsmith.

Unearth Ancient Site on Shores of Dead Sea

Th remains. of an ancient and traces of a still later settle-
Israelite sett t, • ossibly ment which had reinforced water-
founded by
pools and sewers.
about 628
as been u
earthed
stern shores o
Since 1945, according . to a re-
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*

Eichmann Echoes

With the Eichmann trial scheduled to open next month, mo

and more books continue to appear depicting details of Ei

mann's role in directing the extermination of 6,000,000 Jews
Europe . . . The latest is "Europe Without Children," by
M. Dvorjetski, himself a Nazi victim, who is now residing
Israel ... In this book, published in Yiddish' in Israel, the aut
brings out the inhuman plans which the Nazi leaders mapp
out to destroy biologically all nations in Nazi-occupied Euro
following the completion of the annihilation of the Jews . .
These plans provided for mass sterilization of all enslave
European nations, so that they should become "nations without
children" . . . The plans also provided for the deportation of 50
million Poles, Czechs and other Slays to Siberia, transferring
their land and property to Germans for colonization . . • The
author reproduces the protocols of the meeting of 15 top Nazi
leaders—including Eichmann—at which the decision was taken
to annihilate all the Jews in Europe . . . This meeting, the
photostats show, t.
an. 30, 1942, in Berlin . . . Of the
15 leaders, five e still e
ing freedom, hiding somewhere
under ass

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Shrin
rhoids
Without Surgery

Stops Itch—Relieves Pain

For the first time science has found

a new healing substance with the as-

tonishing ability to shrink hemor-
rhoids and to relieve pain without
surgery. In case after case, while
gently relieving pain, actual reduc-
tion (shrinkage) took place. Most
amazing of all — results were so thor-
ough that sufferers made astonishing
statements like "Piles have ceased to
bc a problem!" The secret is a new
healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)— dis-
bovery of a world-famous research
institute. This substance is now avail-
able In suppository or ointment form

called Preparation H®. At all drug
counters. .

*nd all of his possessions which
apparently will be disposed of by
the Moroccan government. -
From Marrakesh it was re-
ported that a Jewish truck driver
was attacked there by four Mos-
lems when he refused to give in
to their demand that he remove
the six pointed star, which formed
part of the manufacturer's em-
blem of his truck—a German-
made Henschel. The Jew, iden-
tified as M. Hamou, persisted in
his refusal even after local police
intervened and demanded that he
remove the "Zionist" star.
Hamou was released. after he
showed the police and the Mos-
lem attackers a Moroccan coin
bearing a six-pointed star. "I
will remove the star from my
lorry when these coins are with-
drawn from circulation in Mor-
occo. If my lorry is Zionist, so
is the Moroccan money," he said.

Many a fellow has been cleaned
by an unscrupulous friend who
knew how to use soft soap.

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