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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-31

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Belgian Catholic Paper Reveals Two Million
Jews Were Kept in Interment at Biro-Didion

public

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

BRUSSELS — Citing Chinese
sources, a Belgian Catholic daily
published a lengthy article Wed-
nesday to the effect that two mil-
lion Jews allegedly were "interned"
in Biro-Bidjan, the once much-
publicized Jewish autonomous re-

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disputing a report that the Jewish
Agency executive had, at its re-
cent plenary session in Jerusalem,
settled the question of the alloca-
tion of special funds for use by
General Zionists in their con-
structive programs in Israel, was

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daily also assailed the fate of Jews
throughout the Soviet union, seek-
ing to refute the Soviet government
claims that Jews in Russia enjoy
equal rights. The daily concluded
that "in reality, anti-Semitism flour-
ishes throughout the country on all
levels of society. In these condi-
tions, it is not surprising that,
despite all precautions taken by
the authorities, proof of some of
the particularly eloquent manifes-
tations of this anti-Semitism from
time to time reaches the free
world."

Two General Zionist Groups Feud
Over Allocation of Special Funds

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"La Libre Belgique" asserted
that the two million Soviet or East
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camp." The daily also cited state-
ments in the London free Polish
paper "Dziennik Polski" that among
the Biro-Bidjan "inmates" there
were many who had asked to emi-
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Indignantly describing the "in-
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14th Century Synagogue Uncovered in Hungary

Jewish community in Budetar in
LONDON—Hungarian archaeolo- the early Middle Ages which built
gists have uncovered the remains the synagogue.
of a 14th Century synagogue on
An argument is a question with
the site of the ancient town of two sides—and no end.
Budetar, now part of the Budapest,
it was reported here recently from
that city.
Dr. Alexander Schreiber, director
of the Jewish Theological Seminary
in Budapest, was called in to de-
cipher some Hebrew inscriptions.
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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
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czyner took exception was made
Dining & Recreation Rooms
by Mrs. Rose L. Halprin, chair-
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where she attended the Jewish
Agency executive meeting. Tor-
czyner's statement read:
"We find it necessary to correct
a report contained in a recent
rieS
da
statement made by Mrs. Rose Hal-
1.) a el.-. v
nerson
prin relating to the plenary ses-
: i urreyo. l a u p kci
pbn
efaaesnst
sion of the Jewish Agency in Je-
se
rusalem. According to that report,
the Agency executive 'had settled
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upon
request
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of General Zionists, headed by Dr.
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statements are inaccurate. The
Jewish Agency in Jerusalem has
already dissociated itself from the
New Swimming Pool
above-mentioned report by term-
For Your Pleasure!
ing it 'unauthorized.'
"The question was not 'settled'
and there was no decision regard-
ing allocation. The matter was re-
ferred to a subcommittee of the
Jewish Agency which is expected
to submit its recommendations for
an interim solution for the period
between now and the World Zion-
ist Congress, due to convene at
the end of this year. The recom-
mendations of this subcommittee
will be considered in due course
by the Jewish Agency executive
as a whole."
Mrs. Rose Halprin, replying
to Torczyner's statement, said:
"Since I was present at the meet-
ing of the Jewish Agency execu-
tive at which the decision was
TV monarch of merriment and
made, and Mr. Torczyner was
king of comedy who will head- ,
not, let me give you the follow-
ing facts which were confirmed
line the gala August 8 show.
by cable from Jerusalem upon
The program will be another
my inquiry, when I learned of
in the summer parade of star-
Mr. Torczyner's misleading de-
studded shows, highlighting
nial.
"At a meeting of the full execu-
Grossinger's 50th anniversary.
tive of the Jewish Agency, held
* August 8—Caesarea (Israel) Inter-
on July 8—the minutes of which
national Golf Tournament for the
I have before me—the executive
Rothschild Trophy. August 15 Seymour
decided to divide the Fund equally
Grau Pro-Guest Golf Tournament. Free
between the World Union of Gen-
Golf Clinic by outstanding profession-
eral Zionists (Neumann) and the
als.(A great golf tournament for guests
will be held at Grossinger's every Sat-
World Confederation of General
urday this summer.)
Zionists (Goldstein-Halprin). The
latter indicated its readiness to
* Eddie Cantor and Milton Berle Tennis Trophy Tournaments every week. Tennis ex
make allocations to what was
bitions by leading "name" players are held regularly. Free tennis-instruction clin
termed "living activities," that is,
every week by Eli E. Epstein, coach of the Yeshiva University tennis varsity. Vane
■ •
tournaments.
cihldren's villages, agricultural
settlements, etc. The exact amount
* "Singles Summer Rendezvous at Grossinger's" August 23-30—a special fun-fill
week of activities calculated to bring single people together, make it easy for boy
that it would allocate was to be
-4?4
meet girl and girl to meet boy.
discussed by a subcommittee set
up by the Agency. That subcom-
* Special programs for single people every week. * Children's Day Camp. * * Teen
Center. * Complete Daytime Activities Program directed by Lou "Simon Says" 'G011.,
mittee has met; it reaffirmed the
stein. * Four great bands for dancing. * Art instruction. * Lectures * Health Club
fifty-fifty division. The Halprin-
(one for him and one for her). * Dining at the new Golf Clubhouse. * All-weathe.
Goldstein Confederation made al-
and clay tennis courts. * Outdoor and Indoor Swimming Pools. * Private Lake. * Ell
location of such sums as it and
Dance . Classes. * Outdoor dining at the official Olympic Swimming Pool. * Night Club;
the subcommittee deemed proper
* Theater. * New 98-guest-room building—the Jennie G.
to avoid hardship of 'living activi-
ties'."

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