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May 19, 1961 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-19

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PARIS, (JTA)—The future
status of the 150,000 Algerian
Jews is to be discussed at the
forthcoming Franco - Algerian
negotiations, scheduled to open
at Evian, it was indicated here.
According to the plans, the
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first for a decision about a
cease-fire between the Moslem
rebels and the French forces
in Algeria; then for a discus-
sion about substantial guaran-
tees for the 1,000,000 French-
men in Algeria; finally, the two
sides will come to the question
of the Alegrian Jews.
The French delegation will
insist that the Jewish commun-
ity in Algeria be considered an
integral part of the European
community there. There are in-
creasing beliefs here that
ent-
Algerian delegation, re
I join
ing the Moslem rebels
the French in this
Although the Al ian dele-
e rebels'
gation will be led b
Krim
provisional Vice-Pre
Bel Kacem, w h o re
Moslem extremists, it is known
that the sessions on guarantees
to Jews and other Europeans
in Algeria will probably be
dealt with by Dr. Ahmoud Fran-
cis, the provisional Minister of
Economy, who is known for

relatively comprehensive a t -
tude toward this issue.
Thp French delegation will
be led by Louis Joxe, who met
recently with Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann for a discussion of the
future fate of the Algerian
Jews. Included in the French
delegation will also be M. Tri-
cot, President Charles de
Gaulle's advisor on Al erian
affair
a number of Je
or anizations which were as-
sured recently about the
French Government' determin-
atio ees for
the Al

Both Reuben who arrived at Haifa
harbor by ship and Shimon who
arrived by plane at Lod airport had
a similar tale to tell. A week or
two ago they had still lived their
normal life in the Diaspora and
dreamt of Israel. Thirty years ago
they had wanted to come to Eretz
Israel together with their parents,
but the special permit from the
British Mandatory government was
LEARN TO DRIVE
necessary for entry into the country
Full Hour $36
which few were granted. Afterwards,
Lessons
the period of war set in and it was
Professional
Dual
again impossible to emigrate. The
Instructors
Controls
second world war ended. The State
of Israel was established; all restric-
SAFEWAY
tions on the immigration of Jews
DRIVER TRAINING
were lifted and the gates of the
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State opened wide. Any Jew who
wished to emigrate was welcome!
Again Reuben and Shimon wanted
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to emigrate, but this time, they were
not allowed to leave. The gates of
entry into the country were admit-
I
tedly open, but the gates of exit were
closed. In the end, they also received
permission to leave. And now
are in Israel. A week a o
an emissary
gency fo
Je •
partment
them at the
waited
Israe
station • he Diaspora and
ormerly with Bob Dawson on Livernois)
r
to the Shalom! Welcome!
fterwards • served them a cup of
is now associated with
irst meal. Reuben and
tea and
looked forward to such
Shimon
a welco
Emissa
partmen
are to
harbor
of the
there
them
e-
At aifa rt the immigr
e of
com a new citizen of t
guiding
Israe . Again he enjo
e different,
hand, but proble
, a livelihood,
problems- of
will not be long,
education
ar or two before Reuben
perh
on will have forgotten they
were ever new immigrants.
TO. 9-5000
Between 6 and 7 Mi. Rd.
(Translation of Hebrew column issued"
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Pm ow se =mom
by Brit Ivrit Olamit, Jerusalem)

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