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January 12, 1962 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-12

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Israel Regulates Relations with Germany

Directives Issued to All Ministries
Outlining Limits for Cultural Ties

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Directives
were issued to all government
ministries here Wednesday on
future cultural relations be-
tween Israel and West Germany,
following approval of a new
government policy on the sub-
ject by a voice vote in the
Knesset Tuesday night.
The cultural relations pro-

gram was spelled out in the
Knesset by Minister of Educa-
tion . Abba Eban and was
approved after a heated, highly
emotional debate.
The Knesset defeated by a
vote of 37 to 25 a motion by
the Herut Party calling upon
the government to cease all
cultural relations with West
Germany.

The new government policy

Papers Attack Use of Commercial
Advertising Over Israel Radio

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV — Israel's news-
paper publishing industry Tues-
day launched an attack against
the use of commercial advertising
over KOL Israel, this country's
government - owned broadcaSting
service.
At a meeting of newspaper
publishers and editors, several
resolutions were adopted protest-
ing against KOL Israel's new
commercial policy inaugurated a
year ago. The resolutions, calling
for a discontinuance of the radio
service's commercial policy, will
be forwarded to the financial
committee of the Knesset.
KOL Israel made a contract
with a French firm a year ago
giving the French organization
time for commercial advertising
in - return for $750,000 worth of
transmitting equipment.
Speakers at the publishers and
editors meeting said that news-
papers revenues have been seri-
ously affected by the competi-
tion from KOL Israel. Complaints
were voiced to the effect that
the very existance of newspapers
of smaller circulation is being
threatened because of KOL Is-
rael's competition for the Israel
advertising revenue.
Some publishers declared that
competition between the state
monopoly of radio broadcasting
and private business is without
precedent in any other country
where the government owns and
operates the broadcasting serv-
ices.
The newspaper industry is ex-
ercised not only because of com-
petition from KOL Israel's radio
services but also because plans
are being drawn for inauguration
of a television service in Israel.
It was made clear that at the
meeting that the newspaper in-
dustry will fight hard against

A special government com-
mittee is to be formed to co-
operate with representatives
of I s r 1 i institutions of
higher learning who will send
lecturers and leading person-
alities in Israeli academic life

comes necessary.

their research work in West
Germany.

The only German personnel
to be admitted to work in
Israel will be those required
to operate or instruct here in
connection with equipment or
goods acquired by Israel
under the German-Israeli rep-
arations agreement.
No delegations, mission or
groups will be permitted to go

from Israel to Germany unless
these visits are sanctioned by a
special governmental committee.
Prior to accepting the new
Policy as announced by Eban,
the Knesset rejected five opposi-
tion motions ranging from
demanding total cessation of all
Israel cultural relations with
Germany to urging caution in
dealing with the West Germans.
The Herut resolution was among
the five voted down.

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There will be no German
theatrical or other artistic per-
formances in Israel. A govern-
mental committee will sift and
recommend Israeli artists or
other cultural groups that will
be permitted to perform in
West Germany if invited by
West German organizations.
The government will provide
no support to Israeli students
below military age who wish
to study in Germany by with-
holding foreign currency for
subsistence required by such
students and by refusing per-
mission for their acceptance of
German scholarships. Only such
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studies essential to the State of
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sionals.

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JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Al-
most all office work in Israel
was paralyzed Monday when post
office workers, demanding higher
salaries, walked out on a four-
hour warning strike.
Mail deliveries were halted,
and telephone service — which
is handled by the post office de-
partment — was interrupted.
The walk-out took place in
spite of the fact that the postal
workers did not have the ap-
proval to strike from the Civil
Service Organization or from the
trade union department of Hista-
drut, Israel's Federation of
Labor.
By afternoon, all post offices
in the country had reopened, and
all services were resumed. Dur-
ing the morning, however, no
letters were distributed, and non-
dial telephone service, including
calls, were cut off. There were
also difficulties in the delivery
of cables, although urgent cables
w e r e distributed to the act-

to West Germany to lecture
and to provide information
about Israel.

as detailed by Eban, who
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been worked out by a six-
m e m b e r, inter - ministerial
committee. Wednesday's di-
rectives based on that policy
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