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October 05, 1962 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-05

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TEL AVIV, (JTA) — The
Ministry of the Interior said it
would issue a temporary resi-
dent's visa to Peter Liberman of
Detroit, thus granting him asy-
lum from a United States effort
to have him returned to the
United States on charges of pass-
port fraud.
It was understood that the
United States had accepted the
decision and that it would not
take any further action. Liber-
man came to Israel in August as
a stowaway on an ocean liner.
The Ministry, in notifying

USSR Ratifies Ban on Bigotry in Education

PARIS — (UNESCO/W.J.A.)
The U.S.S.R. has now ratified
the Convention against Discrim-
ination in Education. The Con-
vention, which came into force
on May 22 is designed to
promote equality and justice by
combating discrimination in
education. Adopted in 1960 by

Liberman's attorney of the de-
cision, indicated that a further
decision on the Detroit man's
application for an immigrant's
visa had been postponed. Liber-
man had sought asylum under
the Israel Law of Return.
A Ministry spokesman said
that the decision to allow the
American to remain did not rep- Morocco Approves
resent a change of policy and of Arab Parley to
that Israel would continue to bar
fugitives from justice and would Discuss 'Palestine'
discourage them from seeking to
CASABLANCA, (JTA) — The
invoke the Law of Return to
force Israel to provide them Moroccan government approved
a step undertaken by the govern-
refuge.
ment of Syria for the convening
of. a special Arab conference to
Survey Finds Israeli Economy Can discuss the "Palestine Question,"
a spokesman for the Foreign
Ministry announced.
Absorb 3,000 Families Annually
According to the spokesman,
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
in - various crafts and for 1,000 the Moroccan Ambassador at
to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM — The Israeli experts and members of the pro- Damascus has informed the
economy can absorb an average fessions.
Syrian Foreign Ministry that the
of 3,000 middle class families
The survey also indicated that government here agrees that the
annually, according to the re- Israel's needs for the coming Arab states should examine the
sults of a Jewish AgencySur- four years require the creation Arab-Israeli issues and adopt a
vey published Wednesday.
of 1,000 small and medium size common position on the "Pales-
The survey indicated that in enterprises.
tine Question." The spokesman
the current rate of development
added that, when such a confer-
Leon
Dultchin,
head
of
the
there was room in Israel for
ence is held, Morocco will par-
2,000 self-employed newcomers Jewish Agency's Economic De- ticipate.
partment, who outlined the find-
ing at a press conference, said
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Goldmann Assured
that the government would be
urged to pass legislation to en-
by Bonn Officials on
courage middle class immigra-
tion. He said conditions had to
Indemnification Issue
A BIG JEWISH REVUE
be created to facilitate the ab-
BONN, (JTA) — Dr. Nahum sorption of middle class mem-
by the
Goldmann, president of the Con- bers and craftsmen who after
ARROROT JEWISH TROUPE
for information call
ference on Jewish Material integration create jobs for less
UN 4.1069
Claims Against Germany, left skilled newcomers.
after a series of meetings with
West German officials aimed at
extending the period for com-
pleting indemnification payments
to Jewish victims of the Nazis,
correcting certain defects in the
administration of the Federal
Indemnification Law and remedy-
ing various injustices to certain
groups of Nazi victims.
Some 80,000 claims for indem-
nification have still not been
processed under the provisions
of the Indemnification Law,
which had originally provided
for payments to be made by the
end of this year. Among the
West German officials with
whom Dr. Goldmann conferred
were Finance Minister Starke,
Vice-Chancellor Ludwig Erhard,
Foreign Minister Gerhard Schroe-
der and other government and
parliamentary leaders.
Before his departure, Dr.
Goldmann was assured that the
issue would be settled within
the next few weeks.

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COMING SOON

the UNESCO General Confer-
ence, it has already been rati-
fied by France, Israel, the
Central African Republic, the
United Kingdom, the United
Arab Republic and Liberia.
The Convention defines dis-
crimination as including any
distinction "based on race, col-
or, sex, language, religion, po-
litical or other opinion, national
or social origin, economic con-
dition or birth." The term "edu-
cation" refers to "all types and
levels of education," and in-
cludes "access to education, the
standard and quality of educa-
tion, and the conditions under
which it is given." The States
which are party to the Conven-
tion undertake to abrogate any
statutory provisions and admin-

istrative instructions which in-
volve discrimination and also to
give foreign residents the-same
access to education as that given
to their own subjects.

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German Policeman,
Charged with Murder
of Jews, Is Arrested
DUSSELDORF, (JTA) — The
arrest of Gunther Tebbert, 46;
a Dusseldorf police inspector, on
charges of participation in the
execution of Jews during World
War II, was announced here. He
was arrested at the request of
the Dortmund public prosecutor.
Michigan's Largest
Use of certain types of litera-
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furter Allgemeine Zeitung de-
clared - editorially here.
The newspaper objected par-
ticularly to such book selections
made recently by the German
Youth Jury as the prizewinning
"Children of the Star," Clara
Ascher-Pinkoff's novel dealing
with the Jewish youth murdered
COMPOUNDED AND
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Agency
of the United States Gov't
"While such books will be
understood by German adults,"
t h e Frankfurter Allgemeine
Zeitung declared, "children,
quite naturally asking for an
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3 - THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, Octob er 5,

Israel Gives Temporary Asylum
to Detroit Jew Sought by U.S.

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