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September 21, 1962 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-21

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REYKJAVIK, Iceland (JTA)
Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion's visit to Iceland pro-
duced assurances that Iceland
will again vote at the United
Nations for direct negotiations
between the Arab states and
Israel.
While no official statements
have been issued to that effect,
the certainty of Icelandic sup-
port emerged from the cordial-
ity of talks between the visiting
Prime Minister, the host Prime
Minister, Claftir -Thors and Ice-
landic President Osgeir Asgeirs-
son.
The two Prime Ministers ex-
changed friendly comments
about the warm relations be-
tween the two countries at a
luncheon given in honor of Ben-
Gurion, which was attended by
the American and Soviet Am-
bassadors and other members
of the diplomatic corps. Prior
to the luncheon, Ben-Gurion
and Premier Thors had a dis-
cussion of political matters
which lasted two hours instead
of the scheduled 30 minutes.
The Scandinavian stand on
the Palestine refugee problem
and on support of the antici-
pated resolution on direct Arab-
Israel peace talks at the forth-
coming UN General Assembly
were on the agenda of the
Nordic Foreign Ministers con-
ference which opened in Hel-
sinki. Ben-Gurion, during his
visits to Norway and Sweden,
had asked officials of those
countries for support of the
resolution. The Swedish For-
eign Minister was reported to
have started discussions with
other Foreign Ministers at the
conference on that issue.

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Label A. Kat z Welcomed by Nehru Allon Says Egypt Leads Israel in

Missile Race; Calls Aspect Serious

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — The
grave situation developing from
Egyptian progress in improving
both the equipment and fight-
ing techniques of its armed
forces was stressed - here by
Yigal Allon, Minister of Labor
and former commander of Is-
rael's Palmach commando units.
Allon, who addressed the clos-
ing session of the national con-
vention of Ahduth Avodah, the
moderately leftist labor party,

said that the most serious aspect
of the Middle East arms situa-
tion was the missile race in
which Egypt now has the lead.
Resolutions adopted by the
convention called for the aboli-
tion of military rule in parts of
the country, urged legislation to
ensure the separation of reli-
gion and the state, and ex-
pressed opposition to any at-
tempts to postpone the Hista-
drut elections scheduled for
next year.

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NEW DELHI—Label A. Katz (left) is greeted by India's Prime

Minister Nehru during a visit of the Bnai Brith president to
that country. The two conferred for 20 minutes. Mr. Katz said
later that Nehru's outlook for world peace was "encouraging,"
the result of "very slow but visible progress." He was en route
to Australia to participate in ceremonies inaugurating a new
Bnai Brith district.

Israel Compensates
33 Arab Families
with New Village

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM—A new village
for Israeli Arabs whose lands
were appropriated by the gov-
ernment for development or
security reasons was dedicated
Wednesday in the Jerusalem
corridor.
The village, the seventh in a
series of new settlements for
Arabs, is named Beit Nakuba
after the village abandoned by
the Arabs during the War of
Independence. In festive cere-
monies, representatives of Arab
and Jewish villages in the area
greeted the newcomers and
pledged cooperation for their
speedy integration.
Homes and properties in Beit
Nakuba will be turned over to
33 Arab famlies who remained
in Israel after they fled from
the original village. The new
property represents compensa-
tion by the government for the
lands they left behind.
To date, some 8,500 claims
for former Arab lands have
been settled by direct negotia-
tions between the claimants and

Jewish Problems
in Argentina Are
Discussed at Parley

BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)—The
situation of the Jews of Argen-
tina at the present time, current
Jewish emigration from this
country to Israel, and the tight-
ening of inner Jewish organiza-
tion in this country were the
principal topics on the agenda of
the plenary session of the con-
vention being held here by the
Federation of Argentine Jewish
Communities.
The parley is being attended
by 100 delegates from the Jew-
ish communities throughout Ar-
gentina. The problem of bring-
ing all the Jews in smaller com-
munities into closer ties with
the organized Jewish community
was stressed in debates. A report
pointed as an example the situ-
ation in Rosario, where there
are 3,000 Jewish families, of
which 400 are mixed marriages.
Principal addresses were de-
livered at the convention by Dr.
Tuvia Kamenzain, chairman of
the Federation, who also heads
the Jewish community in this
capital city; Dr. Isaac Golden.
berg, president of DAIA, central
body of organized Argentine
Jewry; Joseph Avidar, Israeli
Ambassador to Argentina; Mark
Turkow, representative of the
World Jewish Congress; and
Yaacov Tsur, president of the
Jewish National Fund. A mes-
sage was read from M. A. Son-
nabend, president of the Ameri-

can Jewish Committee.

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15 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, September 21, 1962

Ben-Gurion Secures
Iceland's UN Vote
for Arab-Israel Talks

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