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January 21, 1966 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-01-21

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Senators Back Resolution Opposing Nuclear Arms for. Israel, Other Lands
Haifa Subway 53 WASHINGTON
(JTA) — A re- effort to discourage additional ment or material supplied for conference resumes next Thurs-
solution designed to prevent na- nations from joining the nuclear civilian purposes, but that these
day and that the United States
Not on Strike tions like Israel from perfecting weapons club."
agreements are not yet in effect.
should offer stronger phrasing.


(Copyright, 1966, JTA, Inc.)


"I am pleased to report to you
that the subway in Haifa . is run-
• ning."
- Mayor John Lindsay said these
words at the Israel Bond Chanu-
kah Festival at Madison Square
It was the first working day of
the New York subway strike and
most New Yorkers were not in
any laughing mood but the sally
of the Mayor that night made
14,000 people at the Garden laugh.
Incidentally, the Haifa subway
was built largely with the aid of
Israel Bonds and when the subway
was finished, not so many years
back, Sam Rothberg and other
leaders of the Israel Bond Organi-
zation, were honored with the first
Mayor Lindsay commented on
the wonder that there is a sub-
way "on the cliffs of the Mediter-
ranean." The Haifa subway is dif-
ferent from New York's. Haifa on
Mt. Carmel, with the ocean at its
feet, is like San Francisco and
while cable cars take you up the
slopes in San Francisco, in Haifa
it is done more speedily by a sub-

nuclear weapons was introduced
in the Senate Tuesday by Sen. John
O. - Pastore, Rhode Island Democrat,
and cosponsored by 52 other
As past chairman and long-time
member of the Joint Committee on
Atomic Energy, S e n. Pastore
stressed that "we must bend every

6,000 Jews in Denmark

are now 6,000 Jews in Denmark,
and 95 per cent of them live in
the capital city, according to latest
statistics. The remainder of the
Jews are scattered through var-
ious towns in Denmark.
There is only one Jewish school
in the country, located here, with
an enrollment of 150 pupils.
There is also a Jewish kindergar-
ten here, with 50 pupils. The Jew-•
ish community in Copenhagen re-
cently celebrated its 300th anni-


The Senator noted that five na-
tions — Israel, Argentina, Greece,
Iran and Norway — signed an
agreement for International Atomic
Energy Agency inspection of equip-

Tracing the development of
nuclear power by the United
States, Sen. Pastore gave credit to
scientists of Jewish and anti-
Fascist background. "We are grate-
ful that America's freedoms
brought to our shores such minds
64 Jewish Families Brought to U.S. by Was
as Einstein, Bohr, Fermi, Szilard,
NEW YORK (JTA) — Sixty four find new homes in 2.2 cities, in- Teller, Bethe, von Neumann and
Jewish families totaling 171 men, eluding Detroit.
others," the Senator said. He
women and children — the largest
Local Jewish resettlement pointed out that Nazi Germany had
number of United Hias-assisted agencies will assist in the integra-
achieved knowledge Of uranium
migrants and refugees ever to ar- tion of the newcomers.
fission but the Germans did not
rive by air in one day — landed
Among the trades and profes- understand it.
at Kennedy Airport in two chart- sions represented by the refugees
ered jet planes from Rome and are auto mechanic, baker, book-
from Vienna via Paris.
keeper, carpenter, chemist, cosmet-
The newcomers, from Eastern ician, dye worker, economist, en-
Europe, North Africa and the Mid- gineer, hairdresser, ma c h i n i s t,
dle East, include a Cuban family pharmacist, physician, rabbi, sales-
who came here via Western man, shohet, singer, tailor and
Europe with United Hias aid.
typographer, according to James
All the refugees will be reset- P. Rice, United Hias executive
tled in this country in 14 states director.
from coast to coast and the Dis-
Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mich.
trict of Columbia. Refugees will
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In ancient days, Haifa didn't
need any subway. Mt. Carmel was
the home of Eliyahu Ha-Navi, (Eli-
jah, the Prophet) and he was noted
for his fast locomotion. On Seder
night, the door is opened in every
Jewish home to permit his entrance
and a special cup of wine is pour-
ed ready for him on arrive'. To
visit all Jewish households, he
must of course travel fast.

With Elijah around, there could
be no strike. Elijah is - known in
Jewish theology as the great medi-
ator, the great reconciler of class-
es. Of him, it is written, And he
shall turn the hearts of the chil-
dren to the fathers and the hearts
of the fathers to the children."
Haifa is quite a town. It has a
balmy climate. Pure mountain air
and the ocean breezes also give a
tang to the atmosphere.
It is great for swimming and
floating and if you wish to float in
the upper zones of culture, there
are facilities. It is the home of the
Technion and the town abounds in
book. stores.
It has a labor Mayor and never
has to worry who will be his suc-
cessor. And he is a charming man.
If you want to meet him, it is very
easy. Just litter the streets a little
and Mayor Khoushy will pay you
a visit and talk to you like your
own mother. These talks have
made Haifa the cleanest town in
When Herzl visited Palestine,
Haifa enraptured him. He fore-
saw huge liners in the harbor and
the mountains capped with white
villas and homes. Today his proph-
ecies have been largely realized.
And yet Haifa has one drawback.
It has grown, but not enough..
I recall 30 or so year's back in
Jerusalem talking with the He-
brew writer and poet, Heffman, a
wonderful fellow, who had come
from Warsaw. He was charmed
with the Jewish Homeland, but
there was sadness in him too.
HO," he sighed, "if only all the
Jews of Warsaw were here -- the
bad as well as the good." He miss-
ed the abundance of Jews that
Warsaw had.
People are a great resource,
surpassing copper, iron or even
oil and gold. We may talk about
the dangers of a population ex-
: plosion, but there are assets also.
You'll find them in Haifa and in

'A thinker who cannot set forth
weighty thoughts in simple and
clear language should be suspected,
primarily, of lacking talent for
thought and only secondarily of
lacking talent for expression." —
Jacob Klatzkin.

Friday, January 21, 1966-11

Citing a proposed non-pro-
liferation treaty presented by
the United States to the Geneva
Disarmament Conference last
August, Sen. Pastore said this

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