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August 04, 1961 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-08-04

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UN Body OKs Funds for Emergency Elections Fall on Rosh Hashanah; Issue
Force on Israeli-Egyptian Border. Absentee Ballots for Pre-Holiday Voters

UNITED NATIONS, N . Y . strength of the Force, the
(JTA) — A budget calling for committee notes that it con-
the expenditure of $19,836,800 sists now of 5,300 men and
for the United Nations Emer- officers, and continues: "In
gency Force guarding the Is- view of the fact that after
raeli-Egyptian border, for the some five years the operation
year ending Dec. 31, 1962, was may no longer be considered
approved by the General As- of an emergency nature, the
sembly's committee on Admin- Assembly might wish to re-
istrative and Budgetary ques- appraise its scope in the event
tions.
of its further continuation."
The budget was proposed by
The committee also notes
Secretary General Dag Ham- that, to date, there is a deficit
marskjold for consideration by in the special UNEF account
the next Assembly, which will of $21,600,000 which is "attrib-
convene Sept. 19.
utable to serious delays in pay-
The committee approved the ment, or to the unwillingness or
budget "on the assumption that refusal of some governments to
the Force will be continued on effect payment."
its present basis: during the
Much of that deficit, it was
year 1962." In one clause of the pointed out by observers here,
committee's statement, however, 'is due to the fact that the
there is a hint that the status Soviet Union and its satellites
of UNEF may be subject to have not paid any money what-
reconsideration.
ever to the U.N.'s special UNEF
In summarizing the account.

Israeli Orthodox Jew Reimprisoned
for Hiding Grandchild from Parents

Requests for absentee ballots
are now being taken by the
Detroit City Election Commis-
sion for the primary city elec-
tion which falls this year on
the second day of Rosh Has
anah, _Sept. 12.
Along with primary e ion
of candidates for • city ffices
will be the final el on of
Con-Con delegates.
The polls will be en from
7 a.m. to 8 p.m. o Sept. 12.
Those unable to go the polls
due to observance or he High
Holiday may send a 1 r with
the name, address an
ture of the voter . requesting
an absentee ballot from the
City Election Commission, 202
City-County Building, Detroit,
26, Mich. The deadline for
absentee ballots is 2 p.m. Sept.
9. The last day to register for

Chief of Canadian
Fascists, Jailed in War,
Reappears in Quebec

MONTREAL, (JTA)—Adrien
ents denied this and proved to Arcand, long-time chief of Can-
the satisfaction of authorities adian fascists who
that they had no such intention. by the Ca
ecurity au-
ye years d
The parents then appealed thoriti
and World W
ap-
to the courts. Police were in- th
ed July 31 toget with
cted to find the child but
nion National Party leaders
fai
pleading that the eh'
before a dinner rally sponsored
was
mg moved from h
by that party.
to ho
in an ultra-0
sectio
It was t
first
f Jerusalem so
that th
ect-
ively at they could
d no former fa
trac
fore the
their searche
T
grandfather
then uniform
and was relea
three officiall
the ago on his pr 'se that cal pa
e would do his utmo to find
at-
the boy. Brought back b re the
al din-
court, he appealed for a ncela-
Quebec, to-
tion of the imprisonment
der,
a Conservative
claiming he had no idea
the House of Com-
the child might be after he w
and with a local Union
"kidnaped" by two unknown National member of the Que-
Yeshiva students.
bec Provincial Legislature, Yves
The mother of the child, who Gabias, who introduced the ex-
is Shtarkes' daughter, produced fascist as "a founder and mem-
• evidence that her father did ber of the Union National
know where the child was and party and close friend of the
the court thereupon ordered late Prime Minister of Quebec,
Maurice Duplessis."
Shtarkes' reimprisonment.
In ordering the grandfather's
return to jail, the court described
the kidnaping story as a "fan-
tasy" and said it was evident
that he had made no effort to
find the child.
The court also denounced "per-
sons lending a hand to the despic-
able act of concealing a child
from its parents, an act which,
from the moral and legal view,.
is comparable to the abominable
crime of kidnaping a minor from
its natural guardians."

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — A
grandfather who has already
spent a year in jail for refusing
to return his grandchild to its
parents was sent back to prison
by the Israel Supre
an order that
ain there
until he
urn the child.
htarkes hid nine-
-o
Yossele Schumacher
or
an a year ago with
h
of Orthodox _ frien
e convinced ha •the
is
ould not give it
suf-
I ficie
and he
etu
Yossele to '
claiming they in
rate to Russia.

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E a; 13 BREWING

Pg-rapir,

the election is Aug. 14.
request absentee ballots from
John A. Smith, acting direc- their respective city clerks.
tor of t commission,
sai•orderi
ntee ballo
e Sept.
2 primary.
reports that on
a • previ
election on Rosh
Hashanah, on Se t.
1950,
10,123 ballots
a ast by
Jew-
igh Holi-
da
of 11,422
absen
s is ed.
an election whic
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Passover, April 6
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o cast their
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