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February 15, 1963 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-15

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Officials Investigate Failure of Emergency Aids at Israel Lydda Airport

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Military airports and supervised Tuesday morning, landings were
at Lydda
I
TEL AVIV—Officials opened the improvised service. Early resumed
.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, (JTA)—Indonesia was suspended an investigation Tuesday to
from membership in the International Olympics Committee for learn the cause of failure of
Lasting Honeymoons
refusing, last year, to permit the participation of • Israel and emergency landing equipment
during a heavy rain and wind-
Ceylon in the Asia Olympics games.
Start Here .
The motion for suspension of Indonesia was made by the storm Monday night which kept
Indian delegation. The suspension, ordered by a subcommittee airlines from landing at Lydda
of the international organization meeting here, is, however, sub- Airport.
Seven of the planes were
ject to review by the entire committee when it meets next sum-
DI f-7111
mer at Nairobi, Kenya.
forced to make landings at mil-
itary airfields. Air crews and
orderlies were dispatched to
those fields to serve the pas-
State Dept. Criticized in Congress
sengers with hot tea and cakes.
TRAVEL AGENCY
planes had been forced to
for Barring Friedman from Briefing The
18246. WYOMING
• DETROIT, MICH.-
circle over the Lydda Airport
-•
WASHINGTON, ( J T A ) — reporters whose writings dis- for hours awaiting clearance to
Democratic Congressman Wil- please the Department.
land.
Liam F. Ryan of New York told
Air Force Commander Ezer
Congressman Ryan recounted
the House of Representatives to the House the sequence of Weizman , was present during
that the barring of the Jewish events leading up to the barring the emer fency landings at the
Telegraphic Agency's_ chief of Friedman on Jan. 28 by
W as hi ngton correspondent, Mil- Robert C. Strong, director of
ton Friedman, from a State De- the Department's Office on Near Gerrm..ns Want to Join
partment briefing on the Arab Eastern Affairs, who conducted Israelis in March
CORVAIR & CHEVY II
Refugee question was "nothing the session for correspondents.
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—A re-
For the very best deal on a new car — plus
less than a blatant effort to
Pointing to the fact that JTA quest by a group of German
. . . extra good service, prompt delivery —
pressure a respected newsman has always enjoyed full status soldiers to participate in Israel's
please call me —
to write in a manner more to as a news gathering agency, annual pre - Passover national
the Department's liking."
Ryan termed "ridiculous" the four-day march has been re-
In a speech on the floor of contention by Strong that the ferred to the Defense Minister
the House, Ryan said he was citing of JTA dispatches by for a ruling. Groups from a
FLEET MANAGER
filing a written protest to Sec- Israeli diplomats in their dis- number of countries have al-
I'm As Near
SHORE
CHEVROLET CO.
retary of State Dean Rusk over cussions with him or members ready announced their partici-
As
Your
Phone
12240
Jos. Campau
what he termed "an incredible of his staff was evidence that pation in the march, which is
TW 1-0600
Res. LI 8-4119
incident" and he urged his col- the news agency was in the held under the auspices of the
leagues to do likewise.
service of a -foreign power. "The Israeli Army.
Calling Friedman a "distin- same could be said of the New
guished expert on Jewish af- York Times or any other
fairs," Ryan warned that the medium whose reports are
action taken against the JTA quoted in diplomatic discus-
correspondent could be repeat- sions," said Ryan.
ed against other "responsible"



HARRY ABRAM

Russian Tells Israel
Delegation USSR Will
OK Matzoh for Pesach

Jews will be permitted • to
bake matzohs for the coming
Pesach, Genady Gavrikov a rep-
resentative of the U.S.S.R. Em-
bassy, told a delegation of top.
Young Israel leaders at .a meet-
ing in the Soviet Embassy in
Washington on Feb. 6.
The delegation also request-
ed that the special flour needed
for baking matzohs be made
available as soon as possible.
The delegation discussed with
Gavrikov plans for a visit by
Young Israel officials to the
Soviet Union to observe the
freedom of religion which is
granted to Jews in the baking
of matzohs.

Let's Get
Detroit
Moving

Elect
Alvin J.

IWREY

Councilman

Non-Partisan
Ballot No. 37

IWREY for Councilman
Committee:

David Stulberg
Phil Minkin
Irving Blum
Lou Gordon
Norman Katz
Ben Siegel
Joseph Orley
Lawrence Bensman
Lou Markowitz
Alvin S. Rappoport

Soviet Poet Says
He Altered Poem to
Deny West Fodder

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
- to The Jewish News)

• PARIS — Yevgeny Yevtushen-
ko, - the Soviet poet, admitted
Wednesday that he had made
changes in his world famous
poem "Babi Yar" for political
reasons because the West had
used the.poem for a propaganda
effort to "pretend" that anti-
Semitism was widespread in the
Soviet Union.
The poet came to Paris for a
press conference held in con-
nection with the publication of
the first edition in French of
his poems. Babi Yar was the
site of the ravine near Kiev
where the Nazis slaughtered an
estimated 40,000 Jewish men,
women and children during the
war.
The poet denied he had made
the changes in his poem which
-had been widely interpreted in
the West as an attack on con-
tinuing anti-Semitism in Russia
to please the Soviet government.
He argued that "times have
changed in Russia and no one
any longer has the power to
oblige an artist to modify his
work against his will."
He explained that he rewrote
the part in his poem which
charges Russia with anti-Semi-
tism "in order not to furnish a
bludgeon for our enemies." He
said he had originally written
the poem to show that "anti-
Semitism is one of the seeds of
Fascism everywhere in the
world."
Pressed by many of the French
journalists about the status of
anti-Semitism in Russia, the poet
said that anti-Semitism "is no
more of a problem in Russia
than it is in many other coun-
tries. Every nation has its fools."

Boston. Jewish Agency
Gets Research Grant

BOSTON, (JTA) — The Com-
bined Jewish Philanthropies of
Greater Boston has received a
special $60,000 research grant
from the non-sectarian Charity
Fund of Boston, it was an-
nounced here by Dr. Benjamin
B. Rosenberg, executive director
of the CJP. The grant is for
the purpose of helping launch
a program of basic research and
planning related to a number of
problems of community -wide
importance, according to Benja-
min Ulin, president of the CJP.

RETAIN ...

COMMON PLEAS JUDGE

GEORGE D.

KENT

Number 13 on the ballot

• Member Executive Board Cong. Ahavas Achim

• Member Downtown Lodge Bnai Brith (former
trustee and member executive board)

• Member American Jewish Committee

• Member Mosaic Lodge, F. & A. Masons

• Former Chief Wayne County Prosecuting
Attorney—Homicide Division

PREFERRED BY: Civic Searchlight and Citizens League

Sponsored by Friends of Judge George D. Kent

9 — THE D ETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, February 15, 1 963

Drop Indonesia from International
Olympics for Boycotting of Israel

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