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December 22, 1961 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Dec ember 22, 196 1 — 6

Elliman's Father AFL-CIO Calls fol.' Mid-East Peace; Deadline Today for Next Issue;
Was A'ssociate
Pledges Assistance to Histadrut Early Deadline for Jan. 5 Issue
BAL HARBOUR, Fla.—A reso- for 60 scholarships to help young
e.
e occurrence of Christmas on Monday, the
of Theodor Herzl lution
calling for the peaceful leaders from the emerging
adline for 1 news items for next week's issue will be

development of the Middle East,
disarmament in the • area and
freedom of navigation through
the Suez Canal was passed at the
biennial convention of the AFL-
CIO held here. •
" AFL - CIO President George
Meany announced that American
labor would continue ,to partici-
pate in Histadrut's Afro-Asian
Institute for Labor Studies in Tel
Aviv.
Meany stated that AFL-CIO
would share in the Afro-Asian
Institute "on the same basis as'
last year", when it gave $180,000

THE LATE JACOB ELLIMAN

A prominent Detroiter;• Louis
NI. Elliman, this week pointed
with pride to the fact that his
father, the late Jacob Morris Elli-
man, represented the Dublin,
Ireland, Jewish community at the
Fifth World Zionist Congress in
Basle, Switzerland, in 1901, and
was an associate and friend of
Dr. Theodor Herzl, the founder
of the modern political Zionist
movement and of the World
Zionist Congresses.
Louis Elliman, a native of
Dublin, recalled his father's his-
toric role on the occasion of the
celebration of the 60th anniver-
sary of the Jewish National Fund
of Ireland of which his father
was one of the first president&
An historian of the Dublin
Jewish community, writing in the
Nachlat Dublin Magazine, the of-
ficial organ of the Dublin JNF
Commission, in last month's is-
sue, stated:
"Jacob Elliman was a staunch
adherent to the traditional pat-
tern of Judaism and also a
staunch adherent to the national
aspect of Judaism and a lover of
Zion. And when Jacob came back
from that Fifth Zionist Congress
he brought back with him a blue-
and-white- banner which he imme-
diately hoisted in Ireland, the
first Jew in this country to do so.
This he maintained aloft until his
death in Dublin on Jan. 27, 1942.
Jacob Elliman founded the Dub--
lin Commission of the JNF. He,
served as one of its early chair-
men."
Louis Elliman "came to the
United States in 1912, after his
Bar Mitzvah. His seven • sisters
and brothers, all of whom re-
mained- in Ireland, are all grand-
parents. His mother will be 95
on her next birthday. All the Elli-
mans continue the deep interest
in Zionism and in the Jewish Na-
tional Fund instilled in them by
Jacob Elliman, and aged mother
continues to boast annually of
turning in the box with the larg-
est sum given to the JNF in Ire-
land—if not in all of Europe.

tions of Asia and Afric
stu
Israel's cooperative
em
modern labor pra
He declared
proves that A
tempting to
trade unio
tyranny."
The r ] ution o
East w submit t
McDon , presiden f
t-
ed Ste Workers of
a, on
behalf f the resolu ns commit-
tee h ed - by Geor
M. Harr'
son, p sident of the rother
of Rai ay Clerks.

ne for the Jan. 5 issue, due to New Year's
ce on Monday, will be at 2 p.m. Friday,

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3 Arab Marauders Slain

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Is-
raeli police constable Amram
Amor of Eilat, who was kid-
naped - last month by a Jor-
danian patrol, was returned to
Israel after three weeks of de-
tention in an Amman priso
Amor, who seemed well a
in good spirits when he pas
the border check point, w
the uniform in which he
captured but with the insi
removed. --
Three Arab infiltrators- N
killed and a fourth was woun

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an Is
1 patr in the. central
Ne
, the I el Army spokes-
annou • d.
he in ent occurred
e
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trol c
n,e
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n
to identify
Arabs replied
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e wer
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Israel Parliame
Defeats o tion
to Curtail Sabhath
s of El Al

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM—Israel's parlia-
ment defeated Tuesday an Agu-
dat Israel motion to debate flights
of El Al, the Israel national air-
line, from..Nevv York on the Sab-
bath.
In offering the motion, Men-
achem Porush, Aguda'
Deputy, scathi
ounced
Prime Minis
Da
Ben-Guri-
on's Buddh me
tions during
his visit t
ur
Porush called
it "idol y a
degredatio of
the na
of I el."
Tran ort
nister Y i t h k
Ben-A ron, ho ask d th
e
motio
be remove
th
agend said that r •re
s no
way- o
titive
interna nal air se vic withou
Friday
oht and Sat ay tak
offs and ndings.
• The N
nal Religious P y.
with the
eption , of ve an
Rabbi Morde • Nurok, ab fined
from the vot
• 1
as 35
against, and 18 0
e motion.
Yaacov Grinberg, speaking for
the National Religious Party,
took the floor to explain his
party's abstention.
Ainid derisive heckling from
other party deputies, he said that
while his party viewed the Sab-
bath flights as a matter of utmost
gravity, its suppott would not
have been enough to pass the
State Department
motion: He said if it had, the
Reviews Statements on -party would not have hesitated
to ask its position within the
Soviet Anti-Semi •
overnment coalition by voting
The State Departn
has in-
debate.
formed the Jewis
ar Vet-
at
it
is
re-
erans of the U.S
ort Opening of 11
viewing statem
a 1 leging
anti-Semitism
the
iet
ish Day Schools
Union to "d
rmine W
ac
W YORK, (JTA)—Eleven
tion it migh
e de •rab
Jewish day schools were
the United S •s to
e "
ned in seven different states
In a letter
tio
the start of the current aca-
mander Theo
e
mic year, raising to 274- the
New York; Te
.otal number of such schools at
all levels throughout the United
director of Pub
States. it was announced by Sam-
pressed the Depa
uel C. Feuerstein, president of
cern with these rep
Torah Umesorah, the -National
Society for Hebrew Day Schools.
IF YOU TURN THE
He told the 500 Jewish educa-
tors and lay education leaders
attending the dinner that the 274
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
primary, junior and senior high
FIND A FINER WINE THAN
schools were located in 102 com-
munities in 27 states -and that
Torah Umesorah had-had a major
role in the founding of 1404 of
the schools in 70 communities
j
Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mich.
since its formation in 1944.

There was further heckling
when the National Religious
Party also declined to support an
alternative motion to submit the
issue to committee. Speaker Kad-
dish Luz took exception to some
of the remarks made by Porush
against Ben-Gurion and said he
would have them stricken from
e record.

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