A Digest of World Jewish Happenings
from Dispatches of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency and Other News-Gathering Media.
NEW YORK—The Subcommission on the Prevention of
Discrimination and Protection of Minorities has decided to post-
pone consideration of the appointment of a special rapporteur
to study- "measures to be taken for the cessation of any advocacy
of national, racial or religious hostility that constitutes an
incitement to hatred and violence" . . . Pleas that the United
Nations stimulate the - Soviet Union to permit Russian Jews to
emigrate to Israel, and try to induce Egypt to stop forcing Jews
leaving that country to give up their citizenship, were voiced
here by Dr. Maurice Perlzweig of the World Jewish Congress.
WASHINGTON—Sen. Joseph Clark of Pennsylvania said
that a southern filibuster in the Senate w
r . . . Democratic
passage of any civil rights legislation
ennsylvania has called on,
Congressman Francis E. Walter
olish their nationalities divi-
both major political parties
on national origins differences is
sions, charging that emp •
is country . . . The Senate on Monday
"a divisive influence"
ennedy's nomination of Philip M. lutz-
a member of the United States del ation
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to the United N • ns.
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people repo in the JNF . .
BALTI RE—Stanley Mazaroff, this city's o
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• ma School of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion has received the highest
rating of the California Department of Education.
MIAMI_ BEACH—A three-day national conference opened
here this week of the. National Women's Division of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew University, now engaged in raising
a $1 million fund to complete a new central library of the uni-
versity on its campus in Jerusalem.
MEXICO CITY — The Central Jewish Committee of Mexico
this week approved a proposal by the World Jewish Congress to
hold a conference here this month of representatives of Jewish
communities in Central America and Caribbean countries.
RIO DE JANEIRO — The Jewish community of 400 Sephar-
dic families at Manaus, a town in the remote Amazonas district,
has dedicated a new, air-conditioned synagogue.
GUATEMALA — President Miguel Ydigoras Fuentes and
Education Minister Anchissi were among the guests at a public
function here marking the close of a weeklong series of events
in Central America dedicated as "Israel Week."
LONDON — The Jewish Colonization Association has ap-
proved its annual budget for its work in various countries, with
the major part of its efforts again scheduled for Israel in order
to accelerate the integration of newcomers in the country.
JERUSALEM—The historic ideal of the people of Israel to
be Ya model nation and a light unto the Gentiles" is the "guiding
star" in all of Israel's efforts, Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
declared in greeting the convention of the Israel National
Academy. . . . Hundreds of thousands of Israeli Uzzi submachine
guns are in use in 15 countries and the Israel government could
not go any further than bind purchasers not to resell the
weapons to a third party, Deputy Defense Minister Shimon
Peres declared in Israel's parliament.
CASABLANCA—Proposals offered by Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
president of the World Jewish Congress, with regard to the
situation of the Jews in Algeria are being studied "with keen
interest and attention" by the Provisional Algerian Government
formed by Algerian Moslems, a government official said here.
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