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September 13, 1963 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-13

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Friday, Sept. 13, 1963 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS —

Israel Will Train
30 Mexican Farmers
Under Aid Program

MEXICO CITY (JTA)—Thirty
Mexican farmers will be sent to
Israel in the near future for a
three-month course in agronomy
under Israel's technical assist-
ance program for Latin Ameri-
can countries, it was announced
here this week by Javier Rojo
Gomez, president of the Federa-
tion of Mexican Farmers.
Israel's charge d'affaires here,
Menahem W. Loyal, said Israel
will send its chief of Latin
American technical assistance to
Mexico to help work out the de-
tails of the training program.
Mexico's President A d o l f o
Lopez Mateos told the Farmers'
organization that Mexico will
pay the travel costs for the
agronomy trainees going to Is-
rael, while Israel will defray
the expenses in his own country.
Loyal announces also that Israel
will conduct a course for Latin
American experts in the field of
irrigation, and will pr o vi d e
scholarships for Mexican and
other Latin American specialists
in irrigation.

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President Kennedy issues
New Year Message to Jewry

WASHINGTON (JTA) — President John F. Ken-
nedy issued through the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
the following Rosh Hashanah greetings:
"Rosh Hashanah, the start of a new year and the
period of the Jewish High Holy Days, affords me a
welcome opportunity to extend my felicitations to all
Americans of the Jewish faith.
"The heritage and religious traditions of Judaism
call for a solemn review, at this time, of your deeds
and disappointment in the continuing fires of conflict
may be judged and the ennobling goals of your faith
reconfirmed. It is also an appropriate time to resolve
to take whatever steps may advance the goal of a last-
ing and universal peace among nations.
"We enter the New Year with both renewed hope
for a lessening of tensions between peoples and nations
and disappointmnt in the continuing fires of conflict
around the globe. We are committed to the continuing
pursuit of liberty and justice and neither illusion nor
disappointments will distract us from our objective. In
this basic effort we need the support and commitment
of every citizen.
"I am sure that all Americans, whatever their faith,
join me in extending to each person celebrating Rosh
Hashanah best wishes for a happy new year."

Armistice Body
Censures Jordan
for Killing Israeli

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice
Commission condemned Jordan
"in the most strenuous terms"
for a shooting fray last Tuesday,
in which an Israeli workman
was killed near Jerusalem.
The killing occurred when
Jordanians fired across the Je-
rusalem demarcation lines at a
truck transporting workers at
Orah settlement. The commis-
sion termed the shooting "a fla-
grant breach" of the armistice,
and called on Jordan to take
"appropriate measures" to pre-
vent a recurrence.
The commission also con-
demned Israel for firing across
the same lines, presumably af-
ter the Jordan shooting, saying
evidence showed that the Israel
action was not necessarily "an
exchange of fire."

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Eshkol Deplores Recent Attacks
on Missionary Schools by Israelis

(Direct JTA Telegraph Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM—Prime Minis-
ter Levi Eshkol issued a state-
ment here Wednesday express-
ing the "gravity" with which the
government views demonstra-
tions Tuesday by Yeshiva stu-
dents at f or e i g n missionary
schools in Haifa, Jaffa and Jeru-
salem, where more than 100
Yeshiva students were arrested.
The demonstrations, which
were apparently coordinated in
the three cities, were directed
at the French St. Joseph's Con-
vent School in Jerusalem, the
British Bat El Missionary School
in Haifa and another British
missionary institution in Jaffa.
Wednesday morning the Brit-

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called on the Foreign Ministry
to protest the raids while the
French Consul General in Jeru-
salem, Lucien Pierre Lemoine,
called on the District Governor
here, S. B. Yeshaya, with a simi-
lar protest. Lemoine said that
St. Joseph's as a French cultural
institution never engaged in
missionary activities. Israelis
who chose to send their children
there, he said, paid tuition fees
for courses freely available at
government schools. Noting that
he had received many protests
from French clergymen, Le-
moine said that there were never
any previous complaints about
the convent.
In his statement expressing
regret over the incidents, Prem-
ier Eshkol stressed that the
government "will use its author-
ity to bring those responsible to
trial and to prevent the recur-
rence of such regrettable inci-
dents."
Religious A f f a i r s Minister
Zorah Warhaftig also voiced re-
gret over the demonstrations,
emphasizing that he "opposed
and denounced this form of ac-
tion." He said that the proper
and effective method of com-
batting Christian missionary ac-
tivity was not by futile demon-
strations but by ensuring an
elementary and secondary Jew-
ish education to every Jewish
child.
In Jerusalem, the demonstra-
tors forced the main gate of St.
Joseph's School but were pre-
vented by police from entering
the building. In Jaffa, some 150
Yeshiva students marched into
the missionary school bearing
posters and singing religious
songs. The demonstrators, how-
ever, offered no resistance when
police ejected them from the
premises. In Haifa, some 50 re-
ligious youths pushed their way
into the Bat El School and
smashed the office. The school's
principal complained that the
rioters also roughed up the in-
stitution's physician.
Police arrested more than 100
demonstrators i n Jerusalem,
seven in Jaffa and nine in Haifa.
All those arrested were released
on bond. Among those detained
were many foreign nationals, in-
cluding a number of Americans.

Israel Signs Trade
Pact With Yugoslavia

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — The Israel
government Tuesday ratified a
trade agreement with Yugo-
slavia providing for Israeli ex-
ports totaling $9,400,000 for the
next 12 months and for Yugo-
slavia exports to Israel totalling
$9,700,000 during the same
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