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December 21, 1962 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-21

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French Citizenship Reaffirmed
in Paris for Algerian Jews

Klutznick Quits
His Post at UN

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
by the Ministry for Public Health
to The Jewish News)
and Population. French nation-
UNITED NATIONS — The
ality will not be lost even by resignation of Philip M. Klutz-
those Algerian Jews who choose nick from his ambassadorial
to become citizens of Algeria.
post as a member of the United
France has also decided to
States delega-
grant some assistance to those
tion to the
Algerian Frenchmen—which in-
United Na-
clude Jews—who decide to emi-
tions for the
grate and settle outside French
last two years
territory. Such emigrants will be
will take ef-
given $10 a month while waiting
fect Friday, it
for their emigration visas, to en-
w a s revealed
able them to study the language
here Wednes-
of the country to which they in-
Parliament Authority
day through
tend to go.
the disclosure
on Nuclear Research
The government of France will
of an exchange
also "participate" in paying
Established in Israel
of letters be-
transportation costs and will fur-
Klutznick
tween Klutz-
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
ther give such emigrants small nick and President Kennedy.
JERUSALEM.--The Foreign subsidies during the first few
In his letter to the President,
Affairs Committee of Israel's months in their new homes. It Klutznick recalled that he had
parliament established Wednes- is believed, however, that few informed Kennedy last fall that
day a committee of coalition Algerian Jews will take advan- he would have to retire from
and opposition members to tage of these aids.
the delegation "for personal and
serve as a "special parliament-
business reasons." Klutznick,
Many
Algerian
Jews
in
this
ary authcrity" on matters of
now were hard hit by former national president of
nuclear research for peaceful a country
new decree issued by the Al- Bnai Brith and ex-general chair-
purposes.
gerian Government in Algiers, man of the United Jewish Ap-
Creation of the Knesset com- forbidding the removal from that peal, has been serving chiefly
mittee represented a settlement country of furniture and other as the American representative
of vigorous complaints by oppo- private belongings "unless the to the UN Economic and Social
sition parties over formation of owner is effectively in Algeria." Council.
a government company to de- That means that many of the
Replying to Klutznick, Pres-
velop and exploit atomic energy refugees here, who abandoned ident Kennedy wrote: "I am
for peaceful uses.The dispute all their possessions when they disappointed to see you leave
erupted in charges in the Knes- left Algeria abruptly last sum- the mission" to the UN. He ex-
set last week and a defense by mer, will lose their movable pressed warm "appreciation for
Finance Minister Levi Eshkol. properties. Several thousand Al- your services" and accepted the
The Finance Minister reject- gerian Jewish families in France resignation "with . regret."
ed allegations that the project will be affected by this new rul-
Klutznick made it clear in his
was designed to bypass parlia- ing.
letter to the President that he
mentary control and that it had
would remain a member of the
been kept secret until the com-
USA mission here until the
Paris
Honors
Memory
pany's formation was announc-
present session of the Assembly
ed on Dec. 9. He said the com- of Victims of Nazis
is concluded on Friday. It is
pany had been created to re-
PARIS, (JTA)—A ceremony understood that Klutznick will
lieve the government of the in memory- of 100 French hos- return to his permanent home
heavy burden of financing such tages, most of them Jews, shot in a Chicago suburb.
development and he assured the by Nazi occupation forces on
critics that the company's ac- Dec. 15, 1941, was held at the Chicago Center Plans
tivities would come under par- Auschwitz Memorial in Pere
Language Instruction
liamentary control.
Lachaise Cemetery here. The
CHICAGO, (JTA) — A pro-
The announcement of the for- ceremony was held under the
mation of the Knesset commit- auspices of the Association of gram to give five to seven-year-
tee indicated that the objective French-Jewish Deportees, with old children an introduction to
was to ensure parliamentary former members of non-Jewish Hebrew, Spanish, French and
control of all phases of the resistance movements also tak- Italian has been started at the
Bernard Horwich Jewish Center
development of nuclear energy. ing part.
in Chicago. -

PARIS (JTA)—In a new de-
cree published here the French
government officially re-confirm-
ed the Cremieux Decree of 1870
under which all Algerian Jews
whose ancestors had taken ad-
vantage of that older document
are now "automatically French
citizens with full rights."
• The overwhelming majority of
the Algerian Jewish refugees
fall into that category under the
Cremieux Decree as re-confirmed

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