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May 07, 1965 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-07

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Toronto Council Starts
Senate Is Urged to Pass Medicare; Certain Exclusions on Elderly Rapped
Action on Nazi Offices
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Eigh- the committee on social issues that the incorporation into the
Jewish and non- and policies, the National Social social insurance system of pro-
teen
After 1,700 Sign Petition Jewish voluntary
organizations and 31 indi- Welfare Assembly. Bernstein is

TORONTO (JTA) — After City
Controller William Dennison, To-
ronto's acting mayor, presented a
petition signed by 1,700 residents
of the East End section of the city,
protesting against the existence in
that area of the headquarters of
the Nazi Party, the City Council
voted to instruct the city solicitor
to probe the issues and report on
whether - there is anything the
municipality can do legally in re-
gard to that development.
Angry citizens in the East End
have been besieging the Nazi head-
quart&s since it opened two weeks
ago, and have been demanding that
it be closed down. Almost none of
the residents of the section are
Jewish.
-Alderman Joseph Piccinnini told
the City Council today: "We must
stop citizens from being aroused
almost physically." He advocated
that the Council take some action
to halt the Nazi use of their head-
quarters, seeking Federal action
if necessary.

vidual leaders in the health and also executive director of the
welfare field Monday urged the Council of Jewish Federations and
Senate Finance Committee to take Welfare Funds.
prompt and favorable action on
While commending the pro-
the Medicare Bill.
posed legislation as a "landmark
The recommendation was ex- measure" and a practical answer
pressed in a joint statement of to the health needs of the aged,
analyses- and expert opinion pre- children and other persons with
sented at the committee hearing special needs, the statement was
by Philip Bernstein, chairman of critical of the exclusion of anes-
thesia, radiology and pathology
services from hospital benefits,
Israel Named Member
the welfare leaders feel
of Europe Science Group which
"deprives elderly patients of the
REVOVOTH — Israel was ac-
prepaid right to an important
cepted as a full member of the
aspect of hospital care available
Federation of European Biochemi- to other patients."
cal Societies at the meeting of the
The statement further noted
Federation's council in Vienna.

Israel was represented by Prof.
Uriel Littauer, acting head of the
biochemistry department at the
Weinnann Institute of Science.
The - meeting was attended by
-2,000 scientists from a dozen coun-

tries in Eastern and Western
Europe.

visions for hospital, extended care,
out-patient and home care bene-
fits for the aged is the culmination
of a long period of study. It stress-
ed that the bill answers vital
health and welfare needs which
cannot be met within the tradi-
tional insurance system, or through
public assistance for the needy.

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British Prime Minister
Hails Jews of Country



(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON—Prime Minister Har-
old Wilson, the guest of honor at a
dinner Monday night of the British
Friends of the Hebrew University,
praised British Jewry for helping
to cement British-Israeli relations.
He was the first British prime
minister to be honor guest at such
an occasion, marking the 40th an-
niversary of the university.
He told an audience of 420 per-
sons, who included a wide range
of British leaders in government
education and diplomacy, * that he
had long supported causes • con-
nected with Israel, such as Youth
Aliyah, and that he was happy to
help celebrate the university's
40th anniversary.
"We and the government of Is-
rael have reason to be satisfied
with the state of our relations"
he told the dinner audience. Lord
Cohen, president of the Friends,
presided.

Premiers of Italy, Britain
Agree on Mid-East Views

ROME (JTA) — Prime Minister
Harold Wilson of Britain told a

press conference here, in, reply to
a question, that he had discussed -
Middle East problems with Italian

Premier Aldo Moro.
The question apparently was
raised because there was no refer-
ence to the Middle East in the
communique issued here by the
two premiers. The British leader
said that the omission was irrele-
vant and probably due to the
large identity of views between

the two leaders.

Discussing specific aspects of
problems and dangers in the Mid-
dle East, Wilson mentioned the
plans of the Arabs to divert head-
waters of their territories of the
Jordan River and- thus deny the
Jordan River water to Israel.
He reiterated his opinion that

Israel should take the water issue
to the United Nations, rather than
resort to force.

NY Mt. Sinai Hospital
Gets Funds for School

NEW YORK (JTA) — Mount
Sinai Hospital, which is planning
to build a 23-story medical school
at a cost of $55,000,000, has al-
ready obtained $15,000,000 of that
sum in pledges, it was announced
by Gustave L. Levy, chairman of
the hospital's board of directors.
The new undegraduate school is
scheduled to be opened in 1968
and will be geared to graduating
96 physicians a year, beginning in
1972.
In addition to the construction
of the school, the hospital, accord-
ing to its officials, plans to raise a

$5,000,000 endowment fund; has
applied for $26,000,000 in federal
aid; and will spend $8,000,000 to
$9,000,000 on self-s up p orting
buildings like student dormitories,

staff housing, a family lounge and
a professional building.

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They want to know about appraisals, deeds, searches, taxes, insurance,
escrow deposits, down payments, monthly payments, - closing costs,
interest rates. Every fact and footnote that will help them get the home
they've picked at the best possible terms.
Manufacturers Bank specializes in providing information like this.
As well as mortgage money.
In fact, Manufacturers Bank is looking for people like Jim and Mary
Morrison to lend money to. Responsible people with worthwhile needs.

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