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September 15, 1961 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-15

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Reunion in Israel



Happily tearful embraces like this have taken place at
Haifa every day for 13 years, as Israel has received a million
newcomers. UJA officials have issued a New Year call for
renewed support to meet a recent immigration surge.

U.S. Explains Rocket Sale
to Arabs: Will Sell to Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
State Department said that Israel
never sought to purchase Amer-
ican rockets of types provided
to the United Arab Republic,
but if Israel should now desire
such rockets "the Department
• can see no reason why a normal
export license should not be
granted."
The Department's views were
made known in a letter by As-
sistant Secretary of State Brooks
Hays to Sen. Kenneth B. Keat-
ing, New York Republican. The
letter sought to explain why the
United States gave export licenses

to the Nasser regime for U.S.
Viper and Javelin rockets but
rejected Israeli applications to
purchase anti-aircraft missiles.
Israel desired the anti-aircraft
missiles for defense against
Soviet-built bombers furnished
by Russia to the UAR air force.
Hays said that "iii accordance
with its policy of avoiding meas-
ures which might stimulate an
arms race in the Near East, the
United States has refrained from
supplying (military) missiles to
any of the countries of that
region."
In the State Department's-
view, said Hays, "the introduc-
tion of missile weaponry under
Hitchcock's Tales
present circumstances could only
'For Late at Night' add to the volatility of the Near
Alfred Hitchcock specializes in East situation and, given the
gathering and presenting on his enormous costs involved, would
TV programs stories that ter- increase substantially the already
heavy arms burdens of the Near
rorize.
He has incorporated some of Eastern states,,
them in three books, and his Near Ea
acquire such advancer
latest, "Alfred Hitchcock Pre- wis
onry, and there would be
sents Stories for Late at Night,"
no assurance that their acquisi-
just published by Random Ho
fulfills the need for th o
ho tions would be limit
s.
would like to read the
texts sive ground-to-air
"At present no nation in the
of tales that suit hi
elevision
purposes.
Near East possesses missile type
In the newest
, Hitchcock weapons," Ha stresse
has included a
ould in ed be
mplete novel,
"The Iron Ga
by Margaret it
e-
Millar; two no ettes, "The Fly" nfo A.
ogr
ed
by George La elaan and "Vint to
se i ment
cult
age Season"
N
aste proble were this
C. L. Moore, a
21 stories.
ci
to ear first responsibil-
Authors of
it
e latter inc
or setting off a new and
Robert Arthu
Jerome B y, more dangerous form of
Ray Bradbury, uth Chatte on, competition in that ar
ould
John Collier,
.ld Dahl, ohn also be unfort
ere this
L. Goodwin, Bret
olliday, Wil- country
bns of this kind
Earn Hope Hodgson,
opportunities for Soviet
M. R. James, Will J. Jen ins, moves inevitably aimed at in-
Frank Belknap Long, Philip Mac- creasing tensions in the area and
D o n a l d, Gouverneur Morris, advancing the Communist cause.
Edward L. Perry, Mar gar et This would be neither in Israel's
Ronan, Henry Slesar, Pauline C. interest nor our own."
Smith, Robert Trout and Evelyn
Justifying the sale of Viper
Waugh.
and Javelin rockets to Nasser,
Hays said "they are of negligible
Israeli Born U.S. Jew military importance, and similar
types are manufactured in sev-
Named- Bible Champ
eral countries." They were pro-
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Tuvia vided to Nasser "for meteorolog-
Goldman, an American Jew ical research purposes."
born in Israel and now living
in Cincinnati, won the United
States finals in the country- Neo-Nazi Arrested
wide Bible contest conducted Sending Anti-Semitic
here. As American Bible cham-
pion, he will compete in the Cards Through Mail
International Bible Contest to
WASHINGTON, (J T A) —
be conducted at Jerusalem on Federal authorities announced
October 3. Mr. Goldman com- the arrest of a supporter of
peted against four other Ameri- George Rockwell, American
cans, all non-Jews.
Nazi Party leader, on a warrant
The judges of the U.S. finals charging violation of the U.S.
competition, which was tele- Criminal Code by sending libel-
vised, were three prominent ous and threatening anti-Semi-
scholars: Dr. Harry M. Orlinsky, tic postcards through the mails.
professor of the Hebrew Union
Ronald Harner, 19, was taken
College-Jewish Institute of Re- into custody. Bail was set at
ligion; Father John LaFarge, a $1,000 by the Federal District
prominent Catholic scholar and Court. Harner was ordered to
well-known Jesuit; and Profes- appear September 19 before a
sor James Muhlenberg, one of United States Grand Jury. The
this country's most prominent arrest resulted from an investi-
Protestant theologians.
gation by postal inspectors;

Moscow Jews Crowd Synagogue;
Lack Rosh Hashanah Prayerbooks

ORT Sends Educational
Survey Units to Africa

first teams of specialists
ORT
LONDON, (JTA) —Moscow's - radio pro
amed to Je
eration e
ys
Central Synagogue, the princi- in t
let Union was: -
pal Jewish house of worship in
y Radio Liberty, the of vocational
the Soviet Union, was jamm
merican-sponsored radio sta- Africa.
with more than 1,000 pe
The surveys have been o
tion which broadcasts in 18
for the Rosh Hashanah se ces, languages of the vi
under terms of a c
while hundreds of oth
Jews from- transmitte
b ween ORT and the
crowded the street ou de the Europe and th F
nal Cooperation
in-
synagogue, according o dis- program r
on in Washingt
C.
patches from Mosco
received 3,000,000 J s
The first gro
proceed
here. The majority o
e wor- their spir . al her
to Ma •
and Nigeria.
shipers were reported t
over
ups will go to Ethi-
the age of 50.
opia, Ivory Coast, Sierre Leone,
Seated in a special section ary
ew York's thorough- Togo and 'Cameroun for studies
near the Ark; separated from bred tracks.
in these countries.
the • rest of the congregation,
was Israel's Ambassador to the
-Soviet Union, A r i eh Harel.
With him were his young son
and several other male members
on these BRAND NEW CARS
of Israel's mission.
Full Size 1961 -
Ambassador Harel said he
had contemplated staying away
'1
from the synagogue in protest
against being thus separated
from the rest of the worshipers.
However, he changed his mind
and did come. Chief Rabbi Ye-
huda L. Levine said the special
section allocated to the Israeli
Big Allowance On Your Car
Barney Teal
Ambassador had been built to
Gen. Mgr.
honor foreign visitors, and not
to isolate them. The lack of
Rosh. Hashanah prayer books
Authorized Imperial, Chrysler, Plymouth & Valiant
was especially noticed during
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the services in the synagogue,
Below 7 Mile
which is the largest in the
Soviet Union.
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