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April 10, 1964 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-04-10

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Anti - Semites" Arms Supply
Is Vast, Argentine Jews Told

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

gency session of the DAIA, the
central body of Argentine Jew-
ry, was told Monday that the
anti-Semitic ultranationalist Ta-
cuara group has vastly greater
supplies of arms than those
seized in connection with a
government ban against it.
Some 110 delegates from all
parts of the country were told
by Herz]. Gesang, DAIA gen-
eral secretary, that since the
ban, Tacuara had organized a
call system and "probably has
300 times more arms and force"
than those originally found
which he described as substan-
The meeting issued a state-
ment hailing the government
for its "energetic action" to
combat the threat but stressed
that only the left-wing section
of the banned movement was
being prosecuted:
Dr. Leon Perez told the
meeting that there was a dan-
ger that the movement made
up of followers of exiled for-
mer dictator Juan Peron was

Yeshiva U. to Retrain
Negro Grads as Teachers

NEW YORK (JTA)—Yeshiva
University launched a program
to retrain Negro graduates of
southern colleges with educa-
tion degrees who want to teach
in New York City public schools
but have been unable to pass
the teacher licensing examina-
The Yeshiva University's Gra-
duate School of Education will
conduct a nine-week course in
oral expression. written English,
literature and teaching methods
for about 100 Negro graduates '
beginning about May 1. The
school will cooperate with the
Urban League of New York, a
Negro rights group which will
provide the applicants, and with
the United States Departments
of Labor, and Health, Education
and Welfare, and the latter's
Office of Education.
The graduates, many of whom
failed the examinations because
of geographical and cultural
speech differences, will then be
able to relieve New York's
teacher shortage. Inquiries on
the project have already come
in from Philadelphia and other
big city school systems which
have the same problem.

turning anti-Semitic, adding
that a tendency in that direc-
tion was "already visible."
Dr. Isaac Goldenberg, presi-
dent of DAIA, told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, "The DAIA
"has found a firm and very pos-
itive attitude in high govern-
ment circles."
Dr. Goldenberg discussed also
the activities of Hussein Triki,
Argentine representative of the
Arab League. The offensive
started by Triki recently against
the Jews here, said the DAIA
leader, must be viewed in the
light of information in the
hands of the Jewish organiza-
tion, showing that Triki had
aimed at forming a Nazi-type
drive intended to weaken the
position of the Jews in this
However, said Dr. Golden-
berg, "Triki has overplayed his
hand, so that he has even been
disavowed by the Egyptian Em-
bassy here, with which he had
been formerly in close con-
Nevertheless, Dr. Goldenberg
warned, the Arab propaganda
did succeed in implanting cer-
tain ideas among some members
of the Argentine public. He had
raised "venomous" questions
about sending money from Ar-
gentina to Israel through Jhe-
United Campaign; and about al-
leged Jewish "double loyalty."
"It will take great effort to clear
up the mess that man has stirred
up," said Dr. Goldenberg.

Danish Royal Couple
Marks 150th Year of
Jewish Rights Decree

Frederick IX and Queen Ingrid
of Denmark attended special
services Tuesday, at the syna-
gogue in Krystalgade, commem-
orating the 150th anniversary
of the royal decree on March 29,
1814, which granted full civic
rights and duties of Danish
citizenship to the country's Jew-
ish population.
The 1814 decree, which re-
mained in effect even during
the five years of the Nazi occu-
pation of Denmark, provided for
Jewish religious instruction and
recognized the Danish Jewish
communities as the regulating
authority for all religious affairs
of the Jews of each city.

Orthodox Israeli Students
Refuse Fines, Prefer Jail
for Protest at Mission

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Yeshiva students who were con-
victed last month of criminal
trespass in a demonstration at a
Catholic mission in Jerusalem
in 1963 chose Wednesday to
serve prison terms rather than
pay fines.
They were sentenced to fines
ranging from 25 pounds ($8.33)
to 100 pounds ($33) or to terms
of up to 15 days. The penalties
became effective Thursday.
The students planned to as-
semble in the Orthodox Mea
Shearim quarter of Jerusalem
and march in a body to police
,headquarters Thursday.

UN Trade Confe rees Elect Israeli
Despite Tough A rab Opposition

GENEVA, (JTA) — Against
stiff Arab opposition, the United
Nations Trade and Development
Conference, a 122-member body
conducting a three-month-long
session here, elected an Israeli
as vice chairman of one of its
main standing committees.
The choice went to Ambassa-
dor Moshe Bartur, Israel's per-
manent representative to the
UN's Geneva headquarters, who
acts as chairman of Israel's
sizable delegation to the con-
Bartur was nominated by
Burma, and his name was sec-
onded by Congo (Brazzaville).
The. Arab delegations here,
backed by non-Arab Moslem
states, were defeated earlier
when they tried to keep Is-
rael out of the 62-nation Afro-
Asian bloc. Bartur will serve
as a top officer of a commit-
tee to discuss future institu-
tions to be set up by the en-
tire conference.
. David Horowitz, governor of
the Bank of Israel, addressed
the conference, reporting on
Israel's plans for financing the
e c o n o m i c development of
emerging nations. These plans
were submitted by Israel re-
cently to the meeting of the
board of the World Bank.
The problem of development,
he said, would lend itself to
solution if the world could free
itself from prejudice and obso-

lete dogmas. In time of war, he
noted, the nations of the world
devoted 40 per cent of their
gross national product to war
effort. He told the conference
that now the world could easily
meet the challenge of the
emerging nations by devoting
merely 2 per cent to interna-
tional development.

3,000 Jews In Spain
The Jewish Community of
Spain, which dates back to the
fifth century, now numbers
some 3,000 persons, about two-
thirds of whom live in Bar-
celona. The remaining one-
third of the Jewish population
lives in the capital city of

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Rocky, Wagner Decree
`Ghetto Uprising Day'

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

NEW YORK — April 9 was
designated by Gov. Nelson A.
Rockefeller and Mayor Robert
F. Wagner as "Warsaw Ghetto
Uprising Commemoration Day"
to mark the 21st anniversary of
the four-week revolt against the
Nazis by the Jewish Ghetto
In ceremonies Thursday spon-
sored by the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America along with a
number of other Jewish organi-
zations, Times Square was re-
named "Warsaw Ghetto Square"
for the day.


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10,000 British Jews
Make Home in Israel

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—There are now
10,000 Jews from Britain living
in Israel, two-thirds of whom
immigrated after the establish-
ment of the state, S. Temkin,
director of the British Zionist
Federation office in Israel, re-
ported Tuesday.
He said that in 1963, 820 Jews
from Britain settled in Israel
and that the prospect was for
more immigration from Britain
in the near future.

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