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June 10, 1966 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-10

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The Land of Milk
and Honey Sours
for 24 Marranos -

TEL AVIV—Unanticipated prob-
lems were disclosed Wednesday to
have complicated the integration
of the newly arrived 24 Spanish
Marranos, whose ancestors were
forcibly converted to Catholicism
nearly 500 years ago in Spain.
It was learned that the new-
comers had not been told that their
return to the Jewish fold would
involve a year-long procedure in-
cluding circumcision for all male
newcomers. They were told that as
construction workers, they would
be in demand in Israel. However,
they arrived during a building
slump last month, and their bread-
winners have been given work on
relief projects, such as clearing
rocks.

The independent daily Haaretz
called for disciplinary action
against officials of the Jewish
Agency immigration department
who involved the newcomers and
Israel in a difficulty that was
"not in the national interest and
dubious from a moral and
religious standpoint."

Yediot Ahronot asserted that
"overzealous representatives" in
other countries "must be restrain-
ed." Haaretz said the ultimate
responsibility rested with Jewish
officials who arranged the immi-
gration.

Israel to Set Up
Cambodia Mission;
Vietnam Ruled Out

JERUSALEM (JTA)—A foreign
ministry spokesman. said today
that Israel plans to establish soon
a permanent diplomatic mission in
Cambodia. which is now served by
a nonresident Israeli envoy.
Reaffirming the government's
policy of not establishing diploma-
tic relations with South Viet Nam
at the present time, the spokesman
said that Israel has diplomatic re-
lations and resident envoys in all
the countries of former French
Indo-China, except Viet Nam. The
appointment in Cambodia was at-
tributed to developing relations
with that country, to which Israel
is giving technical aid, mainly in
agriculture.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban
told Parliament that there had
not been any United States pres-
sure on Israel to reverse a re-
fusal to meet a request from
South Viet Nam for experts.
Eban said that the Saigon regime
had made the request for agricul-
tural and other experts several
months ago with United States
government blessing.
In reply to a question, Eban also
said that Israel was ready in
principle to establish diplomatic
relations with any government ask-
ing for such ties. A foreign mini-
stry spokesman said later that
Eban had expressed only the
juridical aspect of the question and
that a prior government statement
that Israel felt that establishment
of relations with South Viet Nam
was currently inopportune.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 10, 1966-15

U. S. and Israel
Sian Military
accept! p
urchase Pact

itlabimah Theater Backs Down
on Suspension of 2 Top Actors

Gentleness does more than vio-
TEL AVIV—The Habimah Thea- theaters if they would agree to
lence. — French proverb.
ter management indicated Tuesday quit those roles and to
•• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
that it was willing to cancel the Habimah assignments.

two-year suspension imposed on


The actors are Shmuel Ruden-
WASHINGTON
(JTA)—Zvi
Din-


two of its veteran actors for ap- sky, who is currently playing
HEADQUARTERS
stein,
Israel's
Deputy
Minister
of


pearing in productions of other Tevya in the Israeli version of

Defense, on June 2 signed a mili-
for the Finest Selection of • •

"Fiddler on the Roof," and Shlomo tary purchase agreement with the •
Bar Shavit, who is playing in "The United States, pertaining to the •
• • •
Israeli Body Proposed
Strange Case of Aliza Mizrachi." purchase of jet bombers, and met •

to Coordinate Interests
The management had justified the with senior U.S. defense officials. •
in the Country
of Government, Agency unprecedented suspensions on Dinstein discussed the execution ••
$60 to $110 Values

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Aryeh L. grounds that if it did not act, and implementation of the U.S.- •


Pincus, chairman of the Jewish "every Habimah actor will decide Israel agreement for the strength- •
$3950

Agency executive , proposed the he can pick up and choose the ening of the Israel Air Force.


plays
in
which
he
will
agree
to

• •
formation of a permanent body to
Accompanied by Israeli Ambas- •
perform."
handle settlement problems be-

However, Rudensky signed a sador Avraham Harman, Dinstein • •

tween the Israeli government and six-month contract Monday to met with Deputy Secretary of De-

the Jewish Agency with maximum continue playing the role of fense Syrus Vance. Together, both • •
$5950


coordination.

also
met
with
Raymond
Hare,
As-
Tevya.


Testifying before the final session
In announcing the move Mon- sistant Secretary of State for Near •

Coordinate
Your
Wardrobe
of the Commission on Settlement day to suspend the actors, the Eastern Affairs.
• •


Affairs, he proposed that such a Habimah management stated that
S LAC KS


committee include representatives its financial situation is now seri-

Complete Selection

Police Rescue Naz z i


not only of the government and the ous and "requires the mobilization TORONTO (JTA) Na
$20 to $35 Value
— Mounted •

agency but also of other public of its top acting talent."
• a
policemen came to the rescue •
bodies.
A spokesman for Rudensky of John William Beattie, self-styled •

He said its functions should in- quoted
the actor as saying: "After Canadian Nazi leader, Sunday when •

clude deciding general settlement 20 years at starvation wages, the



a
crowd
of
3,000
persons
tried

policy and budgets, and fixing management did not find it neces-

to break up an address he was • •
priorities in settlement programs. sary to call me to discuss why I delivering

Sunday in Allen Gar- •

refuse to return to Habimah. I dens, one of Toronto's leading •

Fine
Clothes
for
Over


do
not
want
to
appear
in
a
par-
public
parks.
General Zionists Unite


30
Years
ticular play for personal reasons.
• •

With WJCongress
The first notification I had of my

15200 W. SEVEN MILE

NEW YORK (ZINS) — The af- suspension came from a news- N.Y. publisher wants books on all sub- • •
3 Blocks East of Greenfield

filiation of the World Union of paperman. I will not take it lying jects, fiction, nonfiction. No fee for •
Corner Sussex

OPEN DAILY 9 to 6
General Zionists with the Congress down. If necessary, I will protest professional opinion. FREE: Brochures •
• •
that show how your book can be pub- •
Mon. & Thurs. 9 to 9
was announced by Dr. Emanuel to the labor and education minis- lished, publicized, sold; tips and article •

SUNDAY 11 TO 4
Neuman, president of the World tries. I want at least a right to a reprints on writing, publishing, con- •

tracts. Write Dept. 23F.


Union.
hearing."
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TelAvivU. Budget Cut
Affects Admissions

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The execu-
tive board of Tel Aviv University
voted here Monday to curtail the
institution's 1966-67 budget by near-
ly 4,000,000 Is r a e l i pounds
($1,333,000), below original esti-
mates, fixing the fiscal year's
budget at 20,000,000 pounds ($6, an
budget at 20,000,000 pounds
($6,667,000).
Hit hardest under the revised
budget will be new appointments
to the university's faculty. The
number of new students to be ad-
mitted will also be reduced.
The budget cut came in the wake
of the governments general tighten-
ing of all expenditures. That policy
will, among other things, also re-
duce the subsidies expected to be
the government to all institutions
of higher learning in Israel.

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