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September 21, 1962 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, September 21, 1962 -- 30

$60,000 in Israel Bonds Raised
at Bnai David's Tribute to Sosin

Max Sosin (left), guest of honor at the Bnai David Salute to
Israel Dinner last week, is shown receiving a souvenir folio from
Rabbi Hayim Donin, spiritual leader of the congregation. Sosin
was cited as a "humanitarian and a friend of Israel." The dinner
resulted in Israel Bond sales totalling nearly $60,000.

$200 Million Foreign Investments
Expected in Israel, Eshkol States

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Israel
expects that about $200,000,000
in foreign investments would
flow into Israel this year, Is-
rael's Finance Minister, Levi
Eshkol, declared here.
Israel, however, wants long-
term investments, and many
American concerns have already
established operations there, he
declared.
Eshkol made the statements
in an interview with a New
York Times reporter whom he
told: "Ten years ago, we were
eager to accept any kind of
short-term loan. We don't want
that 'hot money' any more.
What we need now is long-term
investment."
The Israeli Finance Minister
predicted that he is "sure" that

U.S. Expert Lauds
Israel's Success
Delinquency
New York A.F.L.-C.I.O. Convention Against
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Great-
professional cohesion among
Condemns Argentine Anti-Semitism er
social workers and psychiatrists

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
recent outbreak of anti-Semitic
violence in Argentina and Uru-
guay was sharply condemned
by the New York State Ameri-
can Federation of Labor —
Congress of Industrial Organi-
zation at its annual convention.
Delegates to the convention
also called on the governments
of the two countries to take
"vigorous steps" to prevent any
renewal of the incidents, which
have included physical attacks
on Jews, stonings and shootings
at Jewish establishments, dis-

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tribution of anti-Semitic ma-
terial and scrawling of swastikas
on streets and buildings.
"We express our great con-
cern and outrage at the spread
of Nazi-type activities and inci-
dents that have occurred in the
last two months in both Argen-
tina and Uruguay. We feel that
these outbursts of violence con-
stitute a real threat to the
freedom and well-being of the
entire Argentine and Uruguay-
an nations," the resolution said.
The resolution also con-
demned "the attitude of those
authorities in Argentina and
Uruguay who have been mini-
mizing the danger and defend-
ing the very organizations that
are responsible for the out-
rages."

Swiss-Germany Pact
for Compensation OK'd

in dealing with crime and delin-
quency was credited by an
American expert as one of the
reasons for Israel's achieve-
ments in dealing with such
problems.
Professor W. C. Reckless of
Ohio State University told the
International Criminological
Seminar here that in developed
countries such as the United
States, Britain and Sweden, sci-
ence -seemed powerless to halt
crime and delinquency. He said
one reason might be that social
scientists and professionals in
those countries each worked in
isolation in their own areas, in
contrast to the 'situation in
Israel.
The three-week seminar is
devoted to the cause and pre-
vention of crime in developing
countries. It is the twelfth un-
der the auspices of the Inter-
national Society of Criminology,
an international society with
500 members which has consul-
tative status at the United Na-
tions.

BONN, (JTA) — The agree-
ment between West Germany
and Switzerinad, under which
• SUIT
the Federal Republic of Ger-
is to pay Switzerland France to Abstain
• SHIRT many
10,000,000 Deutschmarks ($2,-
500,000) as compensation to on UN Resolution on
• TIE
Swiss citizens persecuted by the Arab-Israel Talks
regime, went . into effect
• HOSE Nazi
PARIS, (JTA) — Maurice
this weekend, according to a
Couve de Murville, the French
government announcement.
• BELT
Foreign Minister, was under-
to have explained this
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sador Walter Eytan who ap-
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what the French position would
be so that he could report it to
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the urgent problem of arrang-
ing some kind of link between
Israel and the European Com-
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a link will be established be-
tween Israel and the European
Common Market, declaring that
he had obtained promises to
that effect from the "highest
echelons" of member govern-
ments in Euromart.
Within the next six months,
he said, an Israel-Euromart
group would work out an item-
by-item agreement on trade.
"Exclusion from the Common
Market," he said, "would be
dangerous to our economy."

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THE HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY

(Chesed Shel Ernes)

will hold a

DINNER MEETING

on

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, at 630 p.m.

at the

RAINBOW TERRACE, 18451 Wyoming Ave.

Guest Speaker:

Rabbi Hayim Donin of Cong. Bnai David

A delegation of two from each Society, Synagogue,
Organization, Club, etc. is asked to join in this
Dinner, as their guests.

For those who have not been reached by mail, please
call TYler 6-1686 for your reservations.

No

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