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March 27, 1964 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-27

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Arab Prejudice Blamed for Delay in Refugee Issue

LONDON (JTA) — A British
government spokesman said
in the House of Commons that
With the following introductory lesson in Hebrew for begin- he agreed with the charge by a
ners, The Jewish News commences a new course. It is being pre- Conservative member that the
pared by expert Hebraists and should bring the best results for continuing Arab refugee prob-
those who wish to study Hebrew at home through our columns. lem stemmed from Arab pre-
judice and propaganda against
Israel.
The charge was made by
Ronald Russell who asked the
A Weekly Column for Beginners
Government for the number of
presented by
Arabs still classified as refu-
gees, the total amount to be
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE

ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE

Editor: DR. SHLOMO KODESH

So, you have been wanting to learn Hebrew for a long time. It's still
not too late, but remember the Hebrew proverb:
Kol hathalOt kashkot
All beginnings are

difficult
Anee mathil*
I am beginning
Fm beginning to learn Anee mathil lilmod

I'm beginning to learn Artie mathil • lilmOd
ivrit
Hebrew

HayOrn anee mathil
lilmod ivrit
Attie m'daber
Artie m'dabser ivrit

Today I'm speaking
Hebrew

Haybrn, anee m'daber
ivrit

I'm beginning to
speak Hebrew

Anee mathil l'dabser

Today I'm beginning
to speak Hebrew
Very good!
Thank you! Good by!

Hayinn anee mathil
I'daber ivrit
TOv m'od!
Todsah! Shalo' m

ivrit

* H is pronounced like ch in Chanukah
YOUR DICTIONARY FOR TODAY
line*
I
anee
I'm
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speaking
anee ,
I'm
toy
mathil
good
beginning
to learn
m'od
very
l'datier
to speak
thank you tocfah
haybrn
today
shalOm!
goodby

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) —
The Argentine Jewish com-
munity was reported concerned
over plans by the Shakespeare
Festival Co., a visiting British
troupe, to include the play,
"The Merchant of Venice," as
one of two productions to be
presented here shortly. The
play portrays a Jewish mer-
chant in Renaissance Italy in
a manner which evokes Jewish
protests.
Reflecting the growing con-
cern over the play, La Luz, a
local newspaper, cited the
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anxiety in Jewish circles over
the fact that the production cubes April 19 and again on
will be "brought to a country June 14 at schools and other
in which the Jewish community locations.

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were receiving "full rations."
He said that about $32,500,000
had been pledged for the 1964
UNRWA budget which did not
include non-governmental con-
tributions valued, during 1963,
at about $700,000.
Russell then commented that
it was regrettable that after
more than 15 years after the
dispute there should be so many
refugees in the Middle East and
asked "Is it not entirely due to
the prejudice among Arab
countries and their stirring up
propaganda against Israel?"
The Under Secretary replied
that "I am in agreement with
has been besieged for three what you say" and added that
years with a dangerous wave of the British Government was
doing "everything it could" to
anti-Semitism.
The newspaper criticized the get some progress.
British Embassy and its cul-
tural service for not having
been "attentive to the situa-
tion" and for not displaying
the required sensibility to pre-
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quate play for the Merchant of
Venice,' the paper declared.

contributed to the United Na-
tions Relief and Works Agency
for their aid, and what progress
was being made in permanently
settling down in their host
countries.
Robert Mathew, Parliament-
ary Under Secretary of State,
said that the total number of
Palestine refugees registered
with UNRWA on December 31,
1963, the latest date for which
figures were available, was
1,228,064 and of these 879,874

Argentine Jews Fear Production
of Troupe's 'Merchant of Venice'

and the

AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION

Today I'm beginning
to learn Hebrew
I'm speaking
I'm speaking Hebrew

1 1 -- TH E D ETROIT JEWIS H NEWS Friday, M arch 27, 1964

Beginners' Hebrew Lessons
Introduced by Jewish News

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Address
City

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Israel Admitted to Membership
in Afro-Asian Bloc — First Time

/-

GENEVA, (JTA)—Israel was
admitted, for the first time, to
full membership in the Afro-
Asian bloc among the 122 coun-
tries represented here at the
United National Conference on
Trade and Development, which
convened for a three - month ses-
sion, with more than 1,500 dele-
gates in attendance.
The Afro-Asion bloc, formed
at the United Nations in New
York in 1955, was dominated
for years by the anti - Israeli
Arab states. Only in the last
three or four years, since many
new African states were admit-
ted, have Africans take over
leadership of that bloc. Now, for
the first time, Israel has become
a full-fledged member of the
bloc, with equal rights.
The conference, is considered
of extreme importance by
Israel, which has been very
active in extending technical as-
sitance and other aid to the
underdeveloped lands in Africa
and Asia.
Members of the Arab bloc,
encouraged by the fact that an
Egyptian, Abdel Monemel-Kais
souny, was elected president of
the parley, were trying hard
here to day to dislodge Israel
from its membership in the
bloc, which consists of 62 na-
tions. However, Ambassador

Moshe Bartur, Israel's perman-
ent representative here, was
fighting the behind - the - scene
move.
Meanwhile, Israel's Minister of
Commerce and Industry, Pinhas
Sapir, arrived here to head Is-
rael's large delegation as chair-
man of the group. He addressed
a plenary session of the confer-
ence Thursday, when he outlined
Israel's policies regarding world
organization of trade for the
benefit of underdeveloped
lands.

Jewish Pilot Ordered
Off Private Airport,
Onto Unlighted Field

WASHINGTON—The Jewish
pilot of a small plane charged
he was ordered off a private
airport on North Key Largo,
Fla., after dark and was direct-
ed to a makeshift runway in
the semitropical underbrush.
Pilot Don Cohen reported to
the Aircraft Owners and Pilots
Association that he was chased
away from the Ocean Reef Air-
port because he is Jewish. He
said the strip to which he was
directed not only had no light-
ing, but ran downhill into the
Gulf of Mexico.
Instead of landing, he head-
ed back for Opa-locka, Fla.,
Ray Altman of Maryland has compelled to fly over the busy
been named to the All-America Miami International Airport and
Homestead Air Force Base.
Lacrosse team for 1963.



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