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October 04, 1963 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-04

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UN's Gen. Odd Bull
Talks to Israeli
Military Chiefs

president.
Edelman, a member of the

ment representing the Labor association's council for many
Party and long active in the years, was chairman of the or-

affairs of the Anglo-Jewish As- ganization's e x t e r n a l affairs
sociation, was elected at a committee and was vice-presi-
meeting of the organization's dent of the parliamentary corn-
governing council as president mittee. A founding member of

of the group. His name had the Council of Europe, he was
been proposed by R. N. Car- made an officer of the French
valho, the association's outgo- Legion d'Honneur in 1960.

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to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV — Lt. Gen. Odd
Bull, Chief of Staff of the United
Nations Truce Supervision Or-
ganization, and his top aides
were given a luncheon at the
Dan Hotel here by Brig. Gen.
Zvi Tsur, Chief of Staff of Is-
rael's Armed Forces.
Leading members of Israel's
military services were also at
the luncheon.
While an official Israeli com-
munique declared that the talks
at the luncheon concerned "rou-
tine problems," it was learned
that various problems concern-
ing border incidents were
examined by a number of the
military men at the event. The
talks were known to have con-
cerned also implementation of
t h e clauses in the armistice
agreements between the four
neighboring Arab states about
the presence of forbidden heavy
armor in the defense zones on
both sides of the Israeli-Syrian
border.

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BERLIN — Dr. Nahum Gold-
man, president of the World
Jewish Congress, predicted here
that diplomatic relations would
be established soon between
West Germany and Israel. He
foresaw such diplomatic rela-
tions "in the not too-distant
future."
Paying his first visit to West
Berlin in nine years, Goldman
said there were "no specific
worries" facing Jews here.

Roosevelt Visits
Israeli Leaders

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV — Franklin D.
Roosevelt, Jr., United States
Undersecretary of Commerce, ar-
rived here for a three-day visit.
Among Israeli leaders he is
scheduled to meet are Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol and Teddy
Kolleck, director general of the
Premier's office, senior officials
of the Foreign Ministry and high
officials of the Ministeries of
Trade, Industry, Commerce and
Agricult, tre. He was scheduled
to leave for Athens today.

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THE DE TROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 4, 1963

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—After
wrestling for the second suc-
cessive week with the prob-
lem of how the government
should handle the continuing
demonstrations by zealots try-
ing to enforce stricter Sab-
bath observances in this city,
Israel's cabinet turned over
the matter to a Ministerial
Committee, which will report
on the issue.
The committee is composed of
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol,
Minister of Police Bechor Shi-
treet, Interior Minister Moshe
Shapiro and Minister of Trans-
port Israel Bar Yehuda. The
demonstrations have been going

addressed the rally were Rabbi
Kalman Kahana, Deputy Educa-
tion Minister, and Dr. I. S. Ben-
Meir, Deputy Interior Minister.
The participation of the Jerusa_
lem Chief Rabbi and the two
Deputy Ministers was seen as an
indication of growing public
support for measures against
continuing missionary activities.
The Deputy Ministers associ-
ated themselves with a resolu-
tion at the rally which called
for laws against the conversion
of minors and which urged
proselytization without "the in
fluence of material gain."
Another speaker was Avra-
ham Ravitz of the Hever Ha-
peillim, an international or-
ganization of yeshiva students,
which sponsored the rally.
The organization initiated and
assumed responsibility for the
demonstrations by student
zealots against mission schools
in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Haifa
on Sept. 10. More than 100
youths were arrested.
Ravitz reiterated that the stu-
dent organization respected the
churches and Christian cultural
institutions of all denominations
and he deplored the "fact" that
the initial reports of the Sept.
10 demonstrations, both in Is-
rael and overseas, "misconstru-
ed" the motives of the demon-
strators as anti-Christian.

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TEL AVIV—An Israeli court
imposed fines Monday on 10
Jewish religious zealots who in
vaded Scottish and French mis-
sion schools on Sept. 10.
The defendants, part of a
group of more than 100 such
demonstrators, also were given
suspended six month prison
terms.
Eight of the youths were
fined $66 and the other two
were fined $33. The raids were
aimed at mission schools in sev-
eral cities. The raids were or-
ganized by the Society of Activi-
ties of the Torah Camp.

on for more than 10 weeks, with
many of the actions by the
ultra-Orthodox being centered
near the Mandelbaum Gate,
where tourists arrive from the
Jordanian area.
Some members of the cabinet
favored, during the continuing
debate, the rerouting of Man-
delbaum Gate traffic on Satur-
days, so as to bypass the sen-
sitive neighborhoods. Other Min-
isters, who have inspected the
area, opposed such a plan, say-
ing it would be tantamount to
"submission" to to ultra-Ortho-
dox, who would then make
further demands.
Efforts to form a public com-
mittee to combat missionary ac-
tivities in Israel were underway
following a mass rally which
was addressed by Chief Rabbi
Eliyahu Pardess of Jerusalem
and two Deputy Ministers.
The committee will be made
up of members of all political
parties, as well as public fig-
ures not affiliated with par-
ties. One of its tasks will be
to convey to diplomats of coun-
tries with such missions in
Israel the "sense of indigna-
tion" of the public concerning
the activities of the Christian
institutions and to ask the
governments to recall those
missions.
The government officials who

LONDON, (JTA) — Maurice
Edelman, a member of parlia-

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Edelman to Head Anglo-Jewish Association

Israel Convicts 10 Religions Zealots:
Mass Rally Urges Recall of Missionaries

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

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