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October 19, 1962 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S — Friday, October 19, 1962

40

Report Increase in Syrian Life Insurance Companies Affirm Non-Discrimination
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Seven had been reminded of the policy of New York, the Guardian Life
Attacks on Israeli Border major
life insurance companies and that college placement offi- Insurance Company of America,

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

earlier. Israeli military officials
traced footmarks from the
TEL AVIV—Members of the. scene of the explosion to the
Tel Katzir Kibbutz fought al- Syrian side of the frontier.
most until dawn Tuesday with
the aid of volunteers and fire
equipment from nearby settle- Argentine Officials
ments to bring under control Pledge to Combat
huge fires caused by a fierce
Syrian bombardment Monday Anti-Semitism
afternoon. BUENOS AIRES, (JTA) —
The barn and hay store of the Label A. Katz of New Orleans,
settlement were set ablaze and international president of Bnai
a number of cows were killed. Brith, was assured here by a
One kibbutz member was third member of Argentina's
slightly wounded by a • bullet cabinet that the Argentine gov-
while fighting the fires, but ernment "will not tolerate any
continued his efforts a f ter racial or religious diserimina-
treatment, tions" and that the Federal au-
A casualty of the fires was thorities will "take all measures
a large truck laden with hay necessary and possible to make
which had arrived from Ted democratic practices and free-
Adashim settlement as a gift. doms here secure."
These assurances were given
It had been placed in the
barn which was destroyed by Katz by Dr. Carlos M. Muniz,
Foreign Minister of Argentina.
the fire.
The Syrians initially began Katz, who discussed the recent
shooting at an armored tractor wave of anti-Semitism in con-
whose driver ignored the fire ferences here with other top-
and completed his ploughing most government personalities,
assignment. The Syrians then had been given similar assur-
shifted their fire at the settle- ances by President Jose Mario
ment. Israel lodged two com- Guido, Minister of the Interior
plaints with the Mixed Armis- Rodolfo Martinez and Minister
of the Economy Alvaro Alsog-
tice Commission,
Tel Katzir is in an area south- aray.
Katz left for home after be-
east of Lake Tiberias, which has ing feted by leaders of the Jew-
been under intermittent attack ish community here. Meanwhile,
since Israel began irrigation Sail E. Joftes, director of the
work in the area. Bnai Brith International Coun-
Over the weekend, an Is- cil, who had accompanied Katz
raeli armored car on border here, left for visits to other
patrol duty along the Syrian Latin American centers to sur-
frontier ran over a land mine vey the situation of the Jews
planted inside Israeli terri- there. Among the countries to
tory. No one was injured.
be visited by Joftes are Chile,
The occurrence was the sec- Peru, Guatemala and Panama.
ond of its kind along the Syrian
There are more than one mil-
border last week. A mine ex-
ploded under an Israeli army lion truck-trailers registered in
vehicle near the Syrian border the United States.

have reaffirmed, in letters to cials had been so reminded.
the Home Life Insurance Corn-
the New York State Attorney • The Attorney General said pany and the Manhattan Life
General's office, a policy of non the talks had been opened after Insurance Company.
discrimination in executive an investigation into recruit
training programs. ing and promotion of executives
Attorney General Louis J. at the home offices of some of
Lefkowitz, in reporting the ac- the companies. Jewish commu-
APPLICATIONS FOR
tion, said it resulted from talks nal agencies had accused the
during the last year between his insurance firms of following a
or
office and chief executives of policy of declining to place or
ARE
NOW
BEING TAKEN
the insurance firms. He said the promote Jews in higher echelon
On New or Existing Homes
executives had also told him posts.
that their officers, department
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Drive Against Israel
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) —
A delegation of three "Arab ref-
ugees" has arrived in Brazil and
has launched a hate campaign
against Israel.
The "refugees," who were
brought to this country by the
local Arab League office, said
in a press conference here that
Jewish "slaughter" of Palestin-
ian Arabs was the reason the
Arabs fled the country during
Israel's War of Independence.
The local press has so far large-
IT IS A PLEASURE TO ANNOUNCE THAT
ly ignored the Arab visitors.

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The Detroit Committee for BarIlan University

proudly announces that its annual dinner will honor
one of Detroit's most distinguished leaders

Irwin I. Cohn

marking the award to him of the

BarllanUniversity Fellowship


The many hundreds of Detroiters who annually look forward to the
memorable Bar-Ilan events are asked to reserve

Wednesday Evening, December 5

for this noteworthy presentation to be held at

COBO HALL

Bar-Ilan University Fellowship Dinner Committee

Judge John M. Wise,
Chairman, Fellowship Committee

Phillip Stollman,
Chairman, American Committee for
Bar-Ilan University

Honorary Chairman: Max M. Fisher

Honorary Co-Chairmen:

Abraham Borman
Charles Grosberg
Ed Levy
Paul Zuckerman

Fellowship Committee Co-Chairmen:

Tom Borman
Dr. Jacob Goldman
David Pollack
William Sucher

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