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November 23, 1962 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-23

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West German Bundestag President Denied Israel Parliament Courtesy

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

,TERUSALEM— Dr. Eugen
Gerstenmair, president of the
West German Bundestag, ar-
• rived late Monday night at
Lydda Airport and was whisked

Jerusalem Can't

Afford to Assume
Hadassah Posts

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — The City of
Jerusalem cannot accept a pro-
posal from Hadassah to take
over nine Hadassah health sta-
tions because it does not have
the money to operate them,
Mayor Mordecai Ish-Shalom
told a municipal executive
meeting Monday.
He said Hadassah had offered
to transfer the stations as well
as school health and regional
dental services to the city as
part of its de-centralization pro-
gram. In that program Hadas-
sah has transferred since 1952
some 130 services, • to various
municipalities and:local coun-
cils.
Now devoting its major plan-
ning and fund-raising to medi-
cal work, teaching and re-
search, Hadassah asked the Jer-
usalem municipality and the
Health Ministry to assume man-
agement of its sections within
the Jerusalem city limits. The
Ministry approved the idea but
the city had to reject it, the
mayor said.
Some 90 dentists and doctors
would have been involved in
such a transfer. Hadassah had
agreed to cover most of the
budget for the first year.

Young Israel Seeks
Funds for Israel's
Participation in Fair

past a small group of demon- leading to the airport. Police Herut objections, he will not
strators. officials had posted strong' visit Israel's parliament, where
He met Tuesday with Presi- guards and plainclothesmen he would normally have been
dent Izhak Ben-Zvi and Prime near them to avoid any inci- accorded the usual courtesies to
Minister David Ben-Gurion dent. a visiting head of a parliament.
Tuesday and had lunch with
Gerstenmair, the first leading He will be received privately
Moshe Sharett, chairman of the West German official to visit by Kneset Speaker Kaddish Luz
Jewish Agency Executive.
Israel, was met at the airport at the Degania Kibbutz.
The visitor commented that
A small group of Herut by Dr. Felix Shinar of the Is-
youngsters waited with folded rael Mission at Cologne which he knew he would have "grave
protest folders for almost four- extended the invitation to the questions" to answer during his
and-a-half hours for his arrival. Bonn leader. He will be in Is- visit but that he had the
By the time the West German rael eight days.
answers.
official's plane arrived, the
Later Tuesday, he met with
demonstrators had melted to a Professor Martin Buber and
handful of boys and girls in conferred with Haim Yahil, the
Betar uniforms standing on director general of the Israel
both sides of the main road Foreign Ministry. Because of

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Israel Voices Plea at UN
for Middle East Arms Ban

UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.,
(JTA)—Israel voiced a power-
ful plea for regional disarma-
ment, with controls, in the Mid-
dle East as a step toward world
disarmament.
At the same time, Israel
criticized Egypt—without nam-
ing that country — for Cairo's
new rocketry program aimed at
Israel.
These statements, 'coupled
with a reiteration of Israel's
oft-repeated plea here for ces-
sation of war propaganda, ag-
gressions and subversive activi-
ties by its neighboring Arab
states, and the resolution of all
disputes by peaceful means,
were made in the General As-
sembly's Political Committee
currently debating general dis-
armament and a ban on further
nuclear testing.
Gideon Rafael, Deputy - Gen-
eral of Israel's . Foreign Minis-
try and Israel's ambassadorial
representative in that group, 1
addressed the Committee and ,

made it clear that many of his
barbs were aimed at the Arab
states and at Egypt specifically.
Without mentioning Egypt by
name, he ridiculed Egypt's
double role of advocating dis-
armament here, while escalat-
ing the Middle East arms race
through missiles which, accord-
ing to the boast of Egypt's
Presiderft Nasser, could hit
Israel.

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NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
National Council of Young
Israel has called upon Ameri-
can Jewish organizations to join
in raising funds to enable the
State of Israel to participate in
the 1964-65 New York World's
Fair.
The Israel Government had
originally intended to erect a
pavilion at the fair but, at a
recent Cabinet meeting, de-
cided against it, in view of the
high 'cost of the project.
In a cable to Israeli Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion,
Rabbi David H. Hill, national
president of Young Israel, de-
clared that "it would be a great
loss if Israel, a bastion of dem-
ocracy in the Middle East, were
unable to exhibit at the World's
Fair." Rabbi Hill expressed the
view that an appeal for funds
to aid in the project "will find
wholehearted response among
individual Americans."

2 Israel Arab Teens
Get Jail for Spying

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM—Two 18-year-
old Israeli Arabs were sen-
tenced here Tuesday to five
years in prison for esponiage.
The youths, residents of the
Tira Village, were arrested at
a hotel in Ashkelon last March
and maps were found in their
possession. They had registered
at the hotel as Jews. They ad-
mitted to police they were plan-
ning to go to the Gaza Strip
and one of the youths said he
planned to bring the maps to
an uncle there.

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