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February 28, 1964 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-28

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Friday, February 28, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS- 10

Moscow Religious Jews Renting
Premises to Prepare Matzoth

LONDON (JTA)—The Jew-
ish religious community of
Moscow is organizing the bak-
ing of matzoth this year in
specially rented premises in a
suburb of the Soviet capital,
according to a Moscow dispatch
received here by the Daily
W o r k e r, the organ of the
British Communist Party.
The dispatch stated that
the information about Jewish
communal matzoh bakery
came from the Novosti Press
Agency, an official Soviet
government news s e r v i c e.
Novosti is quoted as declar-
ing that "matzoth will be pre-
pared with the community's
own resources" and t h a
"each religious community,
depending on local condi-
tions and possibilities, is en-
suring supplies" of matzoth.
Novosti is further quoted as
stating that, last year. the Tbi-
lisi Synagogue, in Soviet Geor-
gia, conducted a bakery that
produced 100 tons of matzoth.
According to the news agency,
the synagogue in Marina
Roshcha near Moscow, last year

"ensured supplies for its con-
gregation on a collective basis,"
while the congregation at Mos-
cow's Central Synagogue was
told by Rabbi Jehuda Leib
Levin, its spiritual leader, "how
to prepare matzoth at home."

U.S. Veterans of Israel
Calls Former Volunteers

American Veterans of Israel,
an organization of volunteers
from the U.S. and Canada who
served in Aliyah Beth and in
the armed forces of Israel dur-
ing the struggle for indepen-
dence, is in the midst of a na-
tionwide reorganization. Efforts
are underway to reach former
volunteers.

Well over 1,000 young Amer-
icans volunteered their serv-
ices in 1947-1948, some to man
the rescue ships, others to cam-
paign in the Army, Navy and
Air Force of Israel.

Hebrew Day Schools
Urged to Educate Pupils
on Danger of Smoking

LONG BEACH, N. Y. (JTA)
—Hebrew day schools through-
out the country were urged to
"immediately incorporate into
their health education curricula,
programs of instruction which
would adequately warn t h e
younger generation against the
danger of smoking, in accord-
ance with the recent report on
the subject issued by the sur-
geon general of the United
States."
In a policy statement issued
at the 16th annual convention
of the National Association of
Hebrew Day School PTAs here,
t h e organization's executive
board called for "prompt ac-
tion" on the part of the 300
Hebrew day schools in t h e
United States and Canada "to-
wards instilling in our youth
a vital awareness of the conse-
quences of what has been shown
to be a serious threat to the
physiological well being of
many individuals." More than
400 delegates attended the
three-day conclave.

The AVI has planted a Memo-
rial Forest in the Jerusalem
Corridor. Ceremonies are held
on the site every Israel Inde- Arab Boycott Threat
pendence Day to honor the vol-
unteers killed in action. On Fails to Intimidate
April 12 the AVI will hold its Pittsburgh Exporter
annual celebration in New York.
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place elsewhere.

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Argentine Extremist Leader Blames
Arab Agents for 'Racist Terrorism'

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) —
The leader of the Alliance for
National Liberation, a major
Argentine nationalist move-
ment, blamed Arab agents for
"all of the racist terrorism tin-
leashed in our country."
The charge was made in a
statement by Guillermo Patri-
cio Kelly, known as the leader
of an extreme nationalist ele-
ment during the Peron dicta-
torship and now leader of the
Alliance for National Libera-
tion.
He said in a statement that
"we are ready to clear up the
doings of foreign agents dedi-
cated to the task of using "vio-

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Set Up at Bar-Ilan U.

lence for the anarchizing of
our national community."
"Our movement," he de-
clared, "alerts t h e working
people, which in its majority is
Peronist, about the fact that
Hussein Triki, representative of
the Arab League, is directly
responsible, together with Raul
Jassen, an Argentine journalist,
for all racist terrorism un-
leashed in our country."
"Argentine nationalism," he
said, "repudiates this ideologic
distortion which General Peron
condemns as a provocation to
national feeling. We Argentin-
ians are living decisive hours
in the march toward national
liberation and we will crush
with revolutionary strength the
insolence of these foreigners
dedicated to pouring oil on the
civil bonfire."

NEW YORK—At ceremonies
on the campus of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity, the only American-char-
tered university in Israel, Dr.
Joseph H. Lookstein, acting
president, announced in Ramat
Gan, the establishment of the
John F. Kennedy Chair in
American Civilization—to serve
as a permanent memorial to the
late president.
The ceremony took place at
the university's students' recre-
ation center.

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and exporter who is active in March 6, 1896.
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