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March 31, 1961 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-31

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Algerian Jews Panic

Terrorists Kill 5,
Wound 20 in Raid

(Direct JTA Teletype Wires to The Jewish News)

PARIS—Panic among Algerian Jews was reported
here Tuesday to be rising as more details were made
known of a savage terrorist attack in a small Algerian
town Sunday in which five Jews were killed and 20
wounded.
The attack took place in a cafe in Sebdou where a
Jewish family was celebrating a wedding. An eight-man
terrorist gang blocked the cafe exits, the others threw
grenades and opened automatic rifle fire on the merry-
makers.

Faure Comments on Grave Jewish Position

JERUSALEM — Former French Premier Edgar
Faure told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Tuesday that
the best way to safeguard the French Jewish minority
in an independent Algeria would be through partition
of the North African country, but that it appeared to
"too late" now for such a solution.
He said there had been discussions about arr
ments for dual citizenship with mixed police pop
areas, but he argued that short of partition of
there was no way to provide absolute safeguards
European minorities.
He expressed the opinion that an agreement b
France and Algeria, while improving France's rela
with the Arab countries, would not affect Israel-Frenc
relations. He added -that he did not think the expected
Algerian settlement would• boost the prestige of President
Nasser of the United Arab Republic, inasmuch as the
Algerian rebellion had started before Nasser's inter-
ventions.
The former French Premier will spend a week in
Israel as a guest of the government.

Senate Approves of Paiewonsky
as Governor of Virgin Islands

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

WASHINGTON—The Senate
approved by voice vote Mon-
day the nomination of Ralph
Paiewonsky as Governor of the
Virgin Islands. •
He is the third Jewish Gov-.
ernor of the Islands.
Several Senators of both
parties spoke in the nominee's
behalf. Sen. Hubert H. Hum-

Charges Face West
German Attorney for
Slandering Jews

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News) ..

BONN — The Bonn public
prosecutor opened a libel action
here against the attorney of a
major West German automo-
bile firm who - was accused by.
the Central Council of Jews in
Germany of slandering the Jew-
ish community of the Federal
Republic.
The attorney, Dr. A. Schmidt,
was questioned during a meet-
ing of the neo-Nazi Re' ei
in December, 1959,
the
secration of the
logn
na-
gogue on Christ as ev of that
year whether " synagog e c
be regarded as
us
"If we hear
artin
on the subje ' the
to
was quoted
yirig •"there
would be stor
f laughter '

Phre y, • Minnesota Democrat,
praised the nominee and said,
the appointment was particular-
ly popular in the Islands.
The new Governor's family
first arrived in the Virgin
Islands in 1870 and started a
small dry goods store. The new
Governor was born in Saint
Thomas, one of the Islands, 53
years ago, and received part of
his education in Brooklyn and
at New York university.
The family controls a distil-
lery which makes half of the
famous Virgin ,Islands rum;
motion picture theaters, stores
and extensive real estate hold-
ings.

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah Emergency
Campaign; $20,000 Raised in Advance Gifts

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah's Schools on the American Jewish [ nationally in the school's plight,
board of directors, at a special scene. The board was heartened and of the possibility to harness
meeting held last week, decided to hear of the interest taken this interest for the campaign."
to launch an emergency cam-
paign to assure the survival of
the institution.
A statement issued by the
school's board said that "the
campaign will aim to make
clear to all of Detroit Jewry
the unique service rendered by
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah to
the entire community, and to
enlist its maximum support of
the school." •
It was announced that to tide
the institution over until the
vites 'you, to attend,
campaign is fully organized, a
o
special drive was launched for
eacticag 'in
advance sum of
The Pretraier Showingg of
$2
as raised i
aded by a $5,000 contribution
by Isadore and Wolf Cohen.

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

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temporary relief, the Federation
having turned down a request
for a special emergency grant
or loan of $30,000 to the day
school," the administration re-
ported.
The statement issued by the
Yeshivath administration an-
nouncing the emergency cam-
paign declared:
"It is hoped that the proceeds
of the advance gifts drive and the
special $50 tax levied on all par-
ents will enable the school to
continue operations until the
campaign will attain its full mo-
mentum. Plans for the campaign
include the engagement of pro-
fessional help, and the bringing
into town of leading national
personalities associated with ma-
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in Winnipeg Oppose _
Aid to Private Schools

WINNIPEG—Forty-five promi-
nent citizens of Winnipeg, in-
cluding nine Jews, have issued
a public statement opposing gov-
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that would lead to such aid."



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