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March 24, 1961 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-24

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opper

roes

More Than 1,000 Algerian Jews Reported
to Have Left for Israel During March

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Workers at the Timna copper mines come from all over
the world, like the miner at the left, who came to Israel from
Tunisia, and the one on the right, from Morocco. The copper
refinery and the mines, brought back to production with the
aid of Israel Bonds for the first time since King Solomon's
days, produce some 5,800 tons of copper annually. The metal
has been exported in the form of copper cement, but expan-
sion of equipment with the aid of Israel Bonds will soon make
it possible to produce the finished product at the refinery near
Timna.

Israel Protests Greece's Intention
to Limit West German Restitution

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
• 16 The Jewishh -NeWs)

requirement is retained, it will
JERUSALEM — Israel was re- deprive many Jews in Israel, who
ported Tuesday to have protested suffered during the Nazi occupa-
verbally and in writing to the tion of Greece, of compensation.
Under the agreement, signed a
government of Greece over that
government's announced inten- few days ago between West Ger-
many and Greece, West Germany
tion to limit West Ge
tution payme
1 of 115,-
sons who
).
are Gre
($23,7 s,
zens when the en- 000,
abli
is adopted. The law is
The bill no
waiting reek
n
eing prepared.
parliamentary
tion
vides
he Israel F
y that only those Jews
were
ollowed up the
als duri
e Nazi
ing Deputy Leg
nd as
e date the
Argaman to t
ould be en-
on the issue.
nsation.

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MONTREAL, (JTA) — A
musical play, described as a
"Zen-Buddhist-Hebrew" combi-
nation, is being completed here.
The libretto, already com-
pleted, is by Tel Allan, co-
author of the play, "Double
Image." Music is being written
by Louis Applebaum of Toronto,
music and films director until
last year of the Stratford Shake-
speare Festival. Lyrics are by
Martin Kastner, Toronto poet.
The play
Wise Jud
will be acted y
players
aring Chinese masks.
The m c is said to combine
Chines and
with m ern j
Allan ega
last yea ft
where, h
id, he obse
similarities ese
and Jewish cooking, costumes,
humor and folklore.

The only presently approved
methods for curing cancer in
man, according to the American
Cancer Society, are radiation
and surgery.

so they could leave within a
few months. They are hampered
because of the difficulty of sell-
ing properties and .businesses
under present swiftly changing
conditions.

Summer Hebrew Language Institute
at Yeshiva U. Under $58,769 Grant

The nation's first summer in- ing Hebrew, developed in Israel
stitute for secondary school in the effort to give large num-
teachers of Hebrew will be held bers of Israeli immigrants a
from July 3 to Aug. 11 at quick mastery of the language,
Yeshiva University, Dr. Samuel will be studied in the summer
Belkin, president, announced.
program.
The institute is being made
The teachers selected to study
possible under a $58,769 grant at Y
niversity will re-
from the Office of Education
the U.S. Department of
Education and Welfare
Forty secondary sch
teach- • Professor David Mirsky, s-
fesso
ebrew and
ers - will be admitt
to the sistan
n charge
language institute, 35 om pub- En lish
lie- schools, five fro
private 0
institutions.
The six-week program
signed to place particular stress
on the newly emerging forms
JEWELERS
and patterns of spoken Hebrew,
Authorized Hamilton
which, it has been found, are
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ase place your holiday orders early.
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former location

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Zen-Buddhist-Hebrew
Musical Play Being
Prepared in Montreal

and would be granted all neces-
sary rights.
Most Algerian Jews, however,
were reported unwilling to accept
the risks and are desperately try-
ing to put their affairs in order



- Diameter

1

PARIS — More than 1,000 Al-
gerian Jews have left for Israel
so far this month, it -was reported
here Tuesday by a visitor who
had just returned from Algeria.
The informant, whose name
was withheld, met with Jewish
leaders in Algeria. He told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
an additional 1,000 Jews were
expected to leave for Israel dur-
ing the rest of the month. He
said these were in addition to
Algerian Jews leaving for France.
The Algerian rebel organiza-
tion has been trying to calm the
European community and the
Jews in recent days, asking them
to stay in Algeria after inde-
pendence is achieved, and assur-
ing them they would be useful

LIVERNOIS AT W. 7 MILE
DEXTER AT CORTLAND
W. 9 MILE near COOLIDGE
MAIN OFFICE: Woodward at Congress
Telegraph at Schoolcraft
Van Dyke at E. 7 Mile
Fort Street at Military
14 Mile near Crooks Rd. in Clawson
Telegraph at Maple in Bloomfield

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