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GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
wanted to act as re-
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Credit to Israel
effort to obtain a doubling of
its present quota in the Inter-
national Monetary Fund to $50,-
000,000 is "being favorably con-
sidered" by IMF officials, David
Horowitz, Governor of the Bank
of Israel, said here.
Horowitz, who returned from
an IMF conference in Washing-
ton last week, said that, if the
ISraeli bid is approved, Israel
will have to deposit 25 per cent
of that sum. However, Israel
would then be entitled to draw
on the full amount or even more
as a loan, should it need help
in meeting its balance of pay-
M. H. Rocherau, head of a
European Economic Community
delegation now visiting Israel,
conferred with Finance Minister
Pinhas Sapir regarding the im-
plementation of the recent deci-
sion by the Common Market to
include Israel's aid projects in
Africa within the aid framework
of the EEC.
New York Federation
Workers End Strike
NEW YORK, (JTA) — Some
250 clerical and professional em
ployees of the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies of Great-
er New York returned to work
Tuesday after an agreement on
a new two-year contract ended a
strike which began last Friday.
The chief issue in the dis-
pute = a demand by the em-
ployees for a union shop—was
settled by a provision in the
agreement for maintenance of
membership a n d irrevocable
checkoff. The contract also pro-
vides for salary increases of
$400 this year and $300 next
year for fund-raisers and $4 per
week this year and $3 per week
next year for clerical workers.
Present wages of fund-raisers
range from $4,820 to $10,000 a
year and for clerical employees
frof $50 to $120 per week.
For best results — Use
Our Classified Section.
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
in an espionage roundup and
to The Jewish News)
TEL AVIV—Israeli officials that they would go on trial in
announced Wednesday that three Haifa District Court next week.
The Syrian agents, one of
Syrian agents and a number of
Israeli Arabs had been arrested them known to be active for
many years in the Syrian Intel-
ligence Service, were caught two
weeks ago in the upper Galilee
several hours after they crossed
the Lebanese border. They were
found hiding in an orange
grove by border police. They
TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Israel were
heavily armed, the police
might have to return to putting said, listing their equipment as
up immigrants in maabaroth, including sub-machine-guns, pis-
the undesirable transit camps, tols, hand grenades and knives.
unless the money is obtained
The number of Israeli Arabs
for construction of adequate arrested was not disclosed. Po-
housing for immigrants, •ryeh lice said they were residents of
Pincus, treasurer of the Jewish western Galilee villages and that
Agency, warned. He spdke be- they had been in contact with
fore the members of the United the Syrian agents. One of the
Jewish Appeal Study Mission arrested spies is a native of
inspecting conditions in Israel. Palestine and speaks fluent He-
Pincus reported that 20,000 brew, police said, adding he had
persons still live in maabaroth, been in Israeli prisons several
while 25,000 live in temporary times on minor charges. He was
asbestos housing and "a larger once exiled from his village to
number" are crowded into a remote place, police • added,
small, one-room or two-room but escaped to Syria where he
apartments. There is a "very joined the intelligence service.
Warn Israel May
Have Need for
President of New York high" percentage of social wel-
fare cases among the immi-
Temple Sues Owners
grants, he said, pointing out Humphrey to Speak
of Apartment for Bias that
it is "a moral impossi- at Natl. JNF Assembly
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Alfred
Bachrach, president of Temple
Emanu-El, and Mrs. Bachrach,
filed suit for $320,000 in dam-
ages against the management
of a cooperative Park Avenue
apartment building, charging
that they had been refused the
right to buy an apartment in
the building because they were
The Bachrachs asked for
$250,000 in punitive damages
and $70,000 in other damages
they .said they incurred for hav-
ing to buy an apartment in an-
The Jewish couple charged
that they had made a $10,000
down payment on an apartment
in the building at 1001 Park
Avenue in April 1960 but later
that year they were denied the
right to pay the balance. The
defendants denied the charges.
Buenos Aires Forms
Unified General Zionist
Provisional Executive Buenos Aires Bank
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
BUENOS AIRES — A unified
General Zionists provisional ex-
ecutive was formed here Tuesday
as a result of the July World
Conference for General Zionist
The new unified executive is
comprised of Dr. Marcos Vodo-
votz and Herzl GeSang, chair-
men; Abraham Polakof and Dr.
Israel Yagupsky, vice-chairman;
Meir Muchnik and Schalom Hay-
man, general secretaries; and
David Rogovsky and Saul Pat-
Each . office now is represented
on the 'provisional executive by
representatvies of the two world
General Zionist groupings, lead
respectively by Dr. Emanuel
Neumann and by Mrs. Rose Hal-
prin and Dr. Israel Goldstein.
3 Syrian Agents, Israel Arabs Face
Trial in Haifa on Espionage Charge
bility" to select non welfare
U.S. Senator Hubert H. Hum-
cases from among potential im- phrey of Minnesota, majority
migrants. The rate of immi- Whip of the Senate, will be prin-
gration, he said, is rather high, cipal speaker at the national as-
and no decline is anticipated. sembly of the Jewish National
For these reasons, he warned, Fund of America, at the New
the . Agency is faced "with the York Hilton Hotel, which opens
grave question of absorbing the Thursday. The assembly will
new immigration." He declared continue to Nov. 3.
that a return to the maabaroth
Senator Humphrey will de-
system "would create an in- liver his address at the plenary
feriority complex" among those session, Nov. 2. Included in the
placed in camps, and would also roster of speakers are Jacob
"constitute a danger to the Tsur, world chairman of Keren
country's democratic way of Kayemeth Lesrael and former
Israel Ambassador to Argentina
The UJA study mission con- and France; Franklin Delano
tinued its tour of the southern Roosevelt, Jr., U.S. Under-Secre-
region of Israel on Tuesday. tary of Commerce; Michael Co-
Members inspected the Sdom may, Israel Ambassador to the
Chemical Works and heard United Nations; Avraham Har-
Gen. Mordechai Makleff, di- man, Israel Ambassador to the
rector of the Dead Sea Works, United States; Dr. Max Nuss-
report on the firm's develop- baum, president of the Zionist
Organization of America, and
The UJA leaders attended a Albert Schiff, president of the
memorial service at the grave JNF of America.
of the late President Chaim
A large Detroit delegation is
Weizmann. They toured the expected at the convention.
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
Weizman Institute and met with
BUENOS AIRES—The Com- the chairman of its board of
mercial Bank of Buenos Aires,
a 46-year-old banking firm fi-
nanced mainly with Jewish capi-
tal, announced Tuesday the
bank's capital had been raised
to about $1,000,000 and would
shortly be raised to $2,000,000.
To achieve the higher capi-
talization, a group of new stock-
holders has been added to the
board of directors. They include
Saul Patrich, a member of the
executive committee of the Gen-
eral Zionists; Heumann Branch,
Max Starkman, former presi-
dent of the Latin American Gen-
eral Zionists Confederation; Sal-
omon Poliakof, Max Feuer and
others, most of them belonging
to the General Zionist move-
Salomon Stein, .president of
the bank, told a press confer-
ence that the bank's services to
overseas countries would be
streamlined and improved and
that local services would also be
goVernors, Dewey Stone, and
Prof. Shneor Lifson.
JDC Sending Funds
for Italian Disaster
ROME — The Joint Distribu-
tion - Committee announced it
will contribute $4,000 to the
International Red Cross for the
relief of the victims of the re-
cent Vajont Dam flood disaster
DA Y ENU
Spied for Lebanon
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish. News)
HAIFA—A 25-year-old Isra-
eli, identified as Shalom Zacha-
ria, pleaded guilty in Haifa
District Court to charges of
espionage for Lebanon. The de-
fendant, who has a previous
criminal record, had been dis-
charged from the paratroopers
because -of his record.
BY HENRY LEONARD
Jewish Weekly Wins
N. J. Press Award
NEWARK, (JTA)—The Jew-
ish News of Newark was award-
ed two prizes in the annual
"Better Newspaper Contest" • of
the New Jersey Press Associa-
tion in competition with gen-
eral daily and weekly newspa-
pers holding membership in the
The weekly won first prize
for its women's page feature,
"Hold the Phone", written by
Marjorie Kind, and honorable
mention in the "Sweepstakes
contest" for tabloid weekly
newspapers, which considers all
aspects of editorial and techni-
cal production..• ,
"And PLEASE, gentlemen . . . no balls
over the Jordan. We don't want
an International Incident!"
37-THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, October 25, 1963