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August 18, 1961 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-08-18

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Central Jewish Body
in France Protests
to Germany on Giobke

PARIS, (JTA)—The Represen-
tative Council of Jews in France,
CRIF, submitted to the West
German ambassador in Paris a
resolution protesting against the
continued retention in office of
State Secretary Hans Globke.,
The resolution, addressed to
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, re-
called Globke's active association
with the Nazi party and his par-
- ticipation in the drafting of the
Nuremberg racial laws on anti-
Jewish discrimination. The reso-
lution asked Chancellor Adenau-
er to dismisS Globke at the earli-
est possible date.

Columbia Announces Arab Refugee
Study by Dr. Peretz; Project Has
Support of U.S. Anti-Israel Group

A Middle East expert now tical solutions to the refugee
at Columbia University will problem instead of becoming in-
volved in the numerous broad,
begin a study this month of general programs which have
practical means to settle and
been proposed.
rehabilitate 1,200,000 Arab refu-
Dr. Peretz believes that the
gees now homeless in the Pales-
peace of the Middle East hinges
tine area.
Dr. -.Don Peretz, who will upon a solution to the refugee
finance the study with an $8,- problem. He said he will begin
500 Rockefeller Foundation his study by correlating infor-
grant to Columbia, plans to mation contained in refugee
make detailed proposals for re- reports such as those made by
turning and settling some of the United Nations, the - British
the Arabs in Israel, settling the Middle East Office, and the
rest of them in neighboring economic committees of the
uary, 1962,
Let judgment run down as wa- countries, and compensating all Arab
the Middle
etz will go
ters, and righteousness as a Arabs who lost property. Dr. Dr.
ble settle-
to examine p
Peretz's study will str
mighty stream.—Amos 5:24.
urvey the
ent areas, and t
political
personal, social,
s may en-
difficulties the
MAY-DOT RESTAUR
abilitation.
counter du ing
"Tops- in. Good Eati
riends of the
The A ric
ve awarded Dr.
13031 W. 7 MILE RD., Near
0 grant to cover
After spending
Featuring Businessmen's Lunch
r months in the Pales-
Complete for Only
ea, Dr. Peretz will re-
ING SNAC
FULL COURSE DINNERS EV
CH SUNDA
TRY OUR SMORG-A-STYLE BR
to the United States to
Children Un r 10, 85c
Served 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. - Adults $1.
mplete his study by Septem-
ber, 1962.
Chopped He ing,
Choice of Juice, Assorted Smoked Fi
resh Vegetables.
Egg Salad, Rolls. Farmer's Chop Sue
When the study is completed,
Dr. Peretz hopes to present de-
ffee.
et Rolls, Te
ALL YOU CAN EAT—Also Scrambled Eggs,
tailed information on the cur-
rent conditions under which
Israeli Arabs live, the attitudes
in countries
d the pos-
ordering Israel,
available
sible settlement ar
ab coun-
• Israel and the
st expert
.- The Middle
ecific
will then propose
with
habilitation projec
r
framework of la
ment sch es.
dy will
nta .
th;

om-
un
or
raisin
inest of Foods Ser
• Motor Lodge - Restaurant
operty
•nsating
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tatement
osses, acco ng
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Dr.
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etz
e Univ ity of Mi
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sot
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mbi
Detroit
rive
fro
Approx. One Hour's
curr
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1
en Marysville and St. Clair
ON THE RIVER ROAD M29 be
turer on t
Middle
Vassar Coll
and Lon sland
For Information, F •view. 9 - 2236
University.
n author f sev-
eral dozen icles, Dr. Per
is the author
"Israel an
Palestine Ar
" (1958)
d is
currently writ
e East
textbook for He
• olt, Rine-
hart, and Winston Company. He
lives at 340 Riverside Drive,
New York City.
(Editor's N o t e: American
Friends of the Middle East is
the extreme anti-Israel group
that has been conducting propa-
ganda iri this country against
ionism and has acted as a
ont for tab o agandists
o ha
S. Dr.
ret p
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ears
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