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May 03, 1963 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-03

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2 Jews Commit Suicide in Odessa;
Soviet Police Torture Suspected

Grave Situation of Algerian Jewish Refugees-
Stressed at Paris - Fonds Social Juif •Unifie Parley

PARIS, (JTA) — After hear-
Some of the facts about the al-
leged suicides and the death ing reports showing that the
sentences came from Litera- influx of some 125,000 Algerian
turnya Ukraina,, a literary mag- Jews into France has created
azine published in the Ukraine. problems of "unprecedented
Other facts emerged from magnitude," the general assem-
Pravda Ukraine, the official or- bly of the Fonds 'SoCial Juif
gan of the Communist Party of Unifie, major French-Jewish
welfare organization, adopted a
Ukrainia.
. The reports are full of allu- budget calling 'for $2,225,000
sions which can be interpreted for refugee relief for the cur-
only as anti-Semitic in intent. rent year plus the organization's
While all the accused had been regular budget of $1,400,000.
charged with "currency specu- . The organization also took the
lation," there are references to extraordinary step: of _electing
charges that some of them "en- to its executive committee six
riched themselves through representatiVes Of Algerian Jew-
Schechita" — thereby pointing ry. in this country.. This. Was the
up their Jewishness. All the *first -time the refugees them-
Jewish names are underscored .selves . had been given repre-
in the reports.
-Sentation on the. FSJU.
. The • gravity of the situation,
caused by the mass immigration
of the refugees; was emphasized
by Officials and refugee repte-
.sentativeS, among them the
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., ed, they are working only on :president Of FSJU; Baron. Guy
(JTA)—Mahmoud Riad, United the use of atomic energy for
Rothschild; 'the director-gen-
Arab Republic permanent rep- peaceful purposes and on the eral, Julien • Sathuel; •Profes-:
resentative to the United Na- development of Egypt's own gong social Workers on 'the :
tions, said that one of the aims jet planes. On the other hand, FSJU staff; • arid -spokesmen for
of the new federation of Egypt, he accused Israel of develop- the Algerian-Jewish community.
Syria and Iraq is to bring back ing the use of atomic energy for
EniphasiS was laid by all on
into Israel all of the Arab refu- war purposes, declaring that -the 'fact that there .were two
gees. He made that statement in ISrael may have ready by this . aspects of Urgent need. One in-,
reply to a question at a lunch- year enough material to manu-, VolVes relief. A staff worker re-
, eon of the United Nations Cor- facture one atomic bomb every, ported: that, spite of all
respondents Association.
year.
FSJU efforts in . the past, there
"When we talk of Arab
Will *be a "hard core of at least
unity," he said, "we believe Italo-German Pact
5,000 ^ JeWish-Algerian families.
that one day we can come to a
Who will have- to be considered :
for
Indemnification
real solution of the Palestine
"as permanently, socially han-:
problem when the real owners Goes Into Effect
dicapped, needing constant as-
of that land—the refugees—can
sistance."
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
go back to their own country."
The second problem was
R OME— The Italo - German
Riad made a long statement agreement, under which the Bonn called "purely Jewish." It in-.
in which he acknowledged that government is supplying $10,- volves support for synagogUes:
German . scientists are at work 000,000 to indemnify Italian vic- and other religious institutions
in Egypt. However, he maintain- tims of Nazism, went into effect where the rites and customs to
Tuesday.
The pact affects about 20,000 Number of Refugees
A GOOD MAN TO KNOW !
Italian deportees to Nazi con-
centration camps of which • it is Reported In —Creasing
For Some estimated about a third were
More Jewish: refugees were
Jews. The agreement, signed in settled in the New York area
of the
1961, was ratified by the Italian .in 1962 than at any tithe' since
best buys parliament last February.
the height of the. Hungarian
Under the agreement, the refugee program in 1957, it was
on new
Italian government is to issue a stated by J.
decree within the next six Clarence Dav-
Pontiacs
months implementing the regu- ies, Jr., presi-
and
lations to govern the payments. dent of the
Under the pact, only Italian citi- New York As-
Tempest
zens who were deported will be sociation for
entitled to indemnification pro- New Ameri-
portionate to the duration of cans, in a re-
their concentration camp inter- port prepared
ment. In case of a victim's for the annual
AT
death, the rules provide that meeting of the
"adequate provision" is to be agency on
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City. The agency, which obtains
funds for its ,work from the
United Jewish Appeal, aided a
total of 1,750 -different refugee
families, representing 5,775 in-
dividuals, through its various
departments last year, he said.
In• 19 6 2, he reported, the
agency's expenditures for the
SPECIALLY
settlement and adjustment aid
PRICED
given to these newcomers was
$1,025,760, as compared to
$595
$805,570 in 1961 and $601,950
in 1950. The sharp rise in set-
Sq. Yd.
tlement costs, he noted, was not
merely due to the increased
numbers aided, but also to the
fact that they arrived with few,
if any, possessions and initial
relief costs per case were conse-
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larger proportion of refugees
arriving in 1962 were in tech-
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LONDON, (JTA)—Two So-
viet Jews committed suicide in
the course of an investigation in
- Odessa preceding a mass trial of
"economic criminals" which re-
sulted in death sentences for at
least two other Jews, according
to Soviet newspapers received
here.
There are suspicions that the
two who allegedly took their
own lives may have died as a
result of torture during the in-
vestigation—or, possibly, may
have been murdered by the in-
- terrogators.
The two alleged suicides were
- named as Yacov Nukhimovitch
and Nochum Klarfeld. Those
sentenced to death were Falik
Fuks and Benjamin Gulko.

Return of Arabs to Israel Is Aim
of Arab Federation, Diplomat Says

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62 per cent of its record-high
goal of $6,036,000 were report-
ed at the official opening meet-
ing of the Jewish Welfare Fund
Appeal.

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had, in the past years, given
FSJU a subsidy, he expressed
the hope that the size of the
subsidy -might be raised this
year.

be followed will be of the type
to which the refugees were ac-
customed when they were in
Algeria.
Leaders of the FSJU voiced
high praise for assistance re-
ceived fram - many - Jewish or-
ganizations around the -world,
singling out the American Jew-
ish. Joint _Distribution Commit-
tee for its - "generous" aid. Fran-
cois 1Viissofe, French Minister,
for Refugees, addressed • the
conference •'and lauded the
French Jewish . community's ef-
forts to aid the refugees. Noting
that the French government

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