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June 17, 1966 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-17

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Klutznick Heads Global Committee Israel Central Archives to Be Built
to Spur Studies of Modern Jewish Life

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 17, 1966-13

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
The Jewish News)

that "we have been greatly encour-
NEW YORK — Philip M. Klutz- aged in this endeavor by the imag-
nick, U. S. ambassador on special inative leadership assumed by Mr.
assignment to the United Nations Philip M. Klutznick, who was co-
and former U. S. ambassador to founder of the institute in 1959
the UN Social and Economic Coun- and who has now actively under-
cil, has assumed the chairmanship taken to extend its services to
of an international committee to general and Jewish institutions of
stimulate scientific studies of con- higher learning and to Jewish
' temporary Jewish life throughout communities throughout the
the world, it was announced by world."
Eliahu Elath, president of the He-
brew University of Jerusalem, who Manitoba Lawyers Vote
is currently visiting the United
Against Meeting in
States.
This international committee of Clubs Practicing Bias
the Hebrew University's Institute
WINNIPEG (JTA) — The Mani-
of Contemporary Jewry, headed by toba Law Society, an association
Prof. Moshe Da-
representing attorneys of all faiths
vis, will maintain
in the province, has approved a
continuing rela-
motion asking its governing body
tions with the in
to avoid holding meetings in public
stitute's teaching,
places which practice bias.
research and in-
The resolution did not identify
ternational exten-
such places by name, but society
S i o n _programs.
members made it clear that the
Particular em-
Manitoba Club here, which has
phasis will be
been repeatedly accused of bar-
placed on those
ring Jews, was meant.
international
The motion was approved by
projects of t h e
about 50 members attending the
institute which
society's annual meeting. Justice
relate to the
Samuel Freeman, of the Manitoba
countries of the
Court of Appeal, lauded the mo-
respective mem-
tion, declaring that the Manitoba
bers of the com-
Club had an unwritten policy of
mittee. Klutznick
discrimination.
In announcing the establishment
He said the society, as an
of the international committee, organization of persons of all
President Elath stated that "this races and religions could "quite
important new development is a
justifiably refuse to subsidize a
reflection of a central purpose of club which practices discrimi-
the Hebrew University — its role nation."
as the university of the Jewish
In 1959, the Winnipeg City
people, embracing - the totality of Council ended a practice of pay-
Jewish experience both in Israel ing membership dues for three
and in Jewish communities of the civic officials after it was pointed
Diaspora. To know ourselves pro- out that the club practiced a
vides a key to the building of our "gentleman's agreement" to bar
future. The self-knowledge which Jews.
the Institute of Contemporary
During a discussion in the Mani-
Jewry is generating is not only a toba Legislature in 1963, Premier
major tool for scholarship but for Duff Roblin and opposition leader
fashioning the cohesiveness of the Gildas Molgat told the House they
Jewish people."
decided against membership in the
President Elath further stated Manitoba Club because of its
biased membership policies.

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Exhibition of Historic
Documents at Technion

HAIFA — A selection of old doc-
uments, letters and books concern-
ing the Elyachar family is now on
exhibition at the Elyachar Central
Library of the Technion, Israel In-
stitute of Technology, at Technion
City. Some of the exhibits are from
private collections here and abroad,
and throw light on the history of a
family that has lived in Israel in
unbroken sequence for more than
450 years. The exhibition will be
open until the end of this week.
Col. Jehiel Elyachar, who was
born in Jerusalem, but now lives
in New York, formally opened the
exhibit. He is a descendant of the
Rabbi Joseph Elichar who was one
of the first Spanish Jews to come
directly to the Holy Land at the
time of the expulsion, and who is
known to have settled in Safed
some time between 1492 and 1502.
The name Elichar indicates that he
came from the town of I c h a r
(Hijar) in Aragon where a Jewish
community famed for its printing
press is known to have existed.

6E7 ON THS

Tliklic7:G0-ROI/ND
BoY Am o HOLD U.S.
SAMS BONDS
prolog.

The archives and documentary material of the World Jewish
Congress will be housed in the new Central Archives building to
be erected in Jerusalem, near the Knesset building. It will house
the archives of the State of Israel, of the Central Zionist Archives,
and the WJC.

Combating Malnutrition
In agreement with UNICEF's
efforts to combat malnutrition with
vegetable proteins, Dr. Jerome
Harrington of the Rockefeller
Foundation indicates that "A 10-
ounce beefsteak requires 17 pounds
of corn, four pounds of hay and two
pounds of protein supplement to
produce. Obviously, it would be
more efficient to provide vegetable
products directly to the populace."

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Rockefeller Urged to Veto Texts to Religious Schools

NEW YORK (JTA) — The Am-
erican Jewish Congress called on
Governor Rockefeller to veto a bill
to increase state funds for supply.
ing textbooks to students in private
and parochial schools.
In a telegram to the governor,
the AJCongress said that the mea-
sure would threaten the integrity
of the public school system; im-
peril the consititutional safeguards
of separation of church and state;
and delay further progress to end
segregation in the public schools.
The bill was passed last month
and sent to the governor for sig-
nature.
The controversial bill was en-
acted as an amendment to the
1965 Ferrall Act, which goes into
effect next Sept. 1. The statute
requires local school boards to
buy textbooks and lend them to
pupils in grades 7 through 12 in
nonpublic schools. As the law
now stands, the state will reim-
burse local school boards up to
$10 a pupil under the program.
The bill before the governor
would increase this reimbursement
to $25 a pupil for the first school
year (1966-67) and provide $10
a year thereafter.

The new measure also contains
a provision that any money spent
above these limits could be in-
cluded by the local board in its
operating expenses, upon which
state aid to school districts is based

Erhard Mum on Statement
by Aide That Bonn Should
Guarantee Israel Borders

BONN (JTA)—Chancellor Lud-
wig Erhard declined to take any
stand on a statement by former
West German Defense Minister
Franz Josef Strauss that West Ger-
many should guarantee the exis-
tence of Israel.
Strauss made that proposal dur-
ing a discussion in France with
former Israeli . Deputy Defense
Minister Shimon Peres.
The chancellor, speaking at a
press conference, said that Strauss
was a private citizen and had not
"asked me about this before, and
I don't want to take any attitude
on this question."

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