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September 01, 1961 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-01

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Nasser Is Reported Seeking
Press Neutrality on Middle East

Ask UN Aid to Restore Annual Hillel Institute for Students Convenes
STARLIGHT, Pa., (JTA) — terwoven in a system of law and
Postal Communications More than 200 selected Jew
custom."
Between Israel-Tunisia student leaders from rio

the oun try
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The versities throug Nati al Hillel
The New York Times re- - Asked pointblank whether his
assembled
at
Main Branch
ported that President Gamal aim was "that Israel be re- Tunisian Immigrants Associa- Summer Ins • to at mp B
tion
of
Israel
cabled
an
appeal
moved
from
the
map,"
the
Abdel Nasser of the United
ek's s ssion
urniture and Carpeting
to United Nations Secretary— Brith for
Arab Republic had "challenged" Egyptian dictator replied:
The op ng me ing
General
D
a
g
Hammarskj
old,
"We
feel
and
we
think
that
President Kennedy's views on
dressed
the Arab-Israeli situation by the rights of the Arabs of asking him to intervene with Pekarsky
calling on the U.S. Administra- Palestine must be regained be- Tunisian authorities toward Chicago. S
tion to show that American cause more than one million restoration of postal communi- "The Sabb
"policy in the Middle East was Arabs were expelled out • of cations between Israel and Tu- perience,"
that
inspired solely by United States their territory. They must re- nisia.
8810 — 12th at Gladstone
this basic
"through the s
Tunisia
last
week
ordered
turn
baOk
to
their
land.
What
interests, and not by world
institution,
the
Sabbath,
students
those
postal
ties
severed,
basing
is the point of view of the Is-
Zionism."
are helped to see more concrete-
The • dispatch, from Beirut, raeli government? The Israeli its step on the fact that the ly how the theological, social, and
asserted that Col. Nasser's al- government refused. They said Arab League's postal union for- ethical ideas of Judaism are in-
leged challenge was contained that they will • not permit any bids mail contact between
in a reply to Mr. Kennedy's of these Arabs to return back League member states a n d
letter of last May to the Arab and they want immigration, Israel.
The association termed the
leaders on the Arab refugee Jewish immigration, from the
Tunisian move
outside."
question.
r tonal
He likewise avoided direct contrary to
President Nasser himself, in
ANNOUNCES
a television interview with Eric answer to a question whether According o t • associati ,
Sevareid and Howard K. Smith, he believed no solution of the the Tuni n ruli g has brought
to thousands of fo
carried this week by the Colum- Arab-Israeli issue was possible "distre
nisian Jews wh i
bia Broadcasting System net- without conflict and insisted mer
Israel, i erru
work, carefully avoided any the conflict existed and an Is- now
ong faini
indication of how he believed raeli threat to the Arabs as tact
settlement of the Arab refugee well. He, called on the United
4 1 /2 Years Old and Up
a e er
problem could be achieved States government and press Son of. Jew
short of the settlement of all to take a "neutral view" in
Giv North esterli U
the refugees on the territory
this
conflict.
of Israel.
$2.5 illio
Gift
At The School Office
The
(JTA)
CHICA
For Information Call UN 4-7474
rown, in-
en
three sons
dustrialist an. •rominent Jew-
ish communal leader, have
given Northwestern University
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Major Labor Committee, Jewish War more than $2,500,000 for the
national Jewish religious and Veterans of the U.S.A., Union construction of a new admin-
civic organizations joined in of American Hebrew Congrega- istration building, Dr. J. Roscoe
calling upon Congress to in- tions, Union of Orthodox Jew- Miller, university president, an-
14601 W. Lincoln
elude in pending foreign aid ish • Congregations of America nounced.
The gift by John, Lester and
legislation a provision safe- and United Synagogue of
Robert Crown will facilitate
guarding -freedom of navigation America.
The text of the telegrams the construction of a building
of international waterways and
protecting American citizens was released in New York by to house the university's execu-
against discrimination by for- the National Community Rela- tive and business offices.
eign states. tions Advisory Council, coor
nal
Identical telegrams addressed hating body for the six n
to members of the joint confer- organizations and fo
oughout7
ence committee seeking to rec- councils in citi
oncile differences in Senate and the United Sta
said that
House versions of the legisla- The organi tio
Park's
rmat n in
t language of
for membership
tion were signed by the Ameri- they conside
rsion-,as
"the
best
agogue
serva e
can Jewish Congress, Jewish the House
IUD & UNDEVELOPED
outstandin
and most ffective means
Own
Land
or
Real
U
nte
assuring t t the Act f
e in Israel We Can Buy
Mrs. Kalin is Head
velopmerit i pr
national
Mordecai S. Halpe
rom You Here and Pay
lity
in
t
mote
sta
Rabbi
of Patrons' Committee East and hance an pres ry
ou in American Dollars.
for Fine Arts Exhibit
the dignit f American cit en-
Please Reply Giving Details
urn
R uben
North- ship."
ntor
Mrs. Albert Ka
nt
appoi
vine has ac
Synagogue office
a . an of the
as local
31 SHDEROT CHEN
Israeli Ta Officia
ttee for the Fi
trons'
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL
LI 7-7970
ages
End Strike
• t to be 'sponsor
Arts
OR CALL: DI 1-1530
chigan Federation
by t
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Israeli
De ocr is Women.
income tax officials, engaged in
e Me Arts
assessing the incomes of self-
b hel. Sept. 2
employed persons, held a two-
ght Guard A
day warning strike following
e their demands for salary in-
ight Mil W
to creases of up to 50 per cent of
its Exhib
un- their basic pay.
For the school year 1961-62 beginning September 6th
he public
view
ay, a specia Patrc
The 300 assessors involved in
ening, the walkout, who threatened to
in the
ill be held o Fric
ept. 22.
renew the strike if their de-
mands were not met, had earlier
rejected a pay offer by the tech-
nical committee of the. Civil
er to
Servants Association on the
our Many
grounds that it was inadequate.
The tax officials_ claimed that
D HEBREW SCHOOLS
Requests
AN AFFILIATE OF TH
their section of the Israel.. rev-
enue service had to bear the
oad
1935
heaviest work load .since they
had to deal with merchants, pro-
fessionals and other. • self-
employed persons whose tax
returns required careful check-
ing.
The striking officials said that
ernoon session, 1 - 3:30
Offers an integr
their investigations made heavy
will be accepting
hensive progra
demands on their time and
tion of Jewish
nerves and often resulted in
appointments
rogram follows latest de-
their being socially ostracised
Attendance an
for
because of their type of work.
velopments
in Nursery in-
according to ag
The secretary of the Civil Ser-
struction
vants Association described the
HAIRSTYLING &
5-6 years - o
strike as "unauthorized."

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