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July 08, 1966 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-08

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Israel to End Military Rale
in Areas Inhabited by Arabs

Welfare Board Re-Issues 8—Friday, July 8, 1966
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
`Book of Jewish Thoughts'
"A Book of Jewish Thoughts" Indian Jewish Delegation Meets the Prime Minister

has been re-issued by the National
BOMBAY (JTA)—A delegation of about plans for a major celebra-
areas without prior authorization
Jewish Welfare Board as a series Indian Jewish leaders met last tion in 1968 for the 400th anniver-
by the military government.
Most of the other Arabs in Israel of six pamphlets in response to the weekend with Prime Minister In- sary of the building of the syna-
gogue in - Cochin. He said the
have absolute freedom of move- increased demand for inspirational
dira Ghandhi and reported to her
prime minister had pledged her
, ment. and the plan is to extend the and religious reading matter froin
Jewish
servicemen
in
Vietnam
and
on various Jewish enterprises. "whole-hearted support" for the
same rights to all Arabs in the
other
overseas
locations,
as
well
The delegation was comprised of observance.
country.
The government has now decided as the growing number of Jewish Samuel Koder, president of the
to replace the military governors men at induction stations and basic South Indian Jewish A.sso c . a ti on;
with civilian authorities and regu- training installations, and hospital- H. Cynowitz, president of the Cen-
SPACE TO SHARE
lar police. A special police .head- 4zed soldiers and veterans.
Large Moin Floor. Shipping and
tral Jewish Board of Bombay;
quarters to deal with the Arab mi-
Originally, this text was issued Isaac Atalagewaker of Bombay;
Receiving, light, heat, hot water.
nority in Israel has already been during World War II for Jews in and E. Jhirad of New Delhi. The
Call Mr. Kahn at
established.
TE 3-8384, 10 A.M. to 2 P.M.
the U.S. Armed Forces as an four Jewish leaders will represent
$40 PER MONTH
abridged edition of the "Book of Indian Jewry at the plenary ses-
Jewish Thoughts" selected and ar- sion of the World Jewish Conress
WORLD
NOVELTY CO.
ranged by Joseph Herman Hertz, , in Brussels at the end of this
3111
GRAND
RIVER AVE.
late Chief Rabbi of the British month.
Wholesale Jobbers
Empire. In its present form, the
Koder told the prime minister
publication has been re-issued
largely through JWB's women's
.A sharp protest against the ap- Organizations' services.
pointment of former Nazi officer
We
Pleasure in Announcing .. .
Gen. Johann Adolf Count von
Histadrut
Enterprises
Kielmansegg as NATO com-
The Promotion
mander-in-chief of Allied forces
Hit by Strikes in '65
in Central Europe was sent July 1
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
in a wire to President Lyndon B.
to The Jewish News)
Johnson by the Committee to Com-
TEL AVIV—An official of the
t0 Waive Pay Hike bat Nazism and Anti-Semitism, Histadrut, Israel's labor federation.
representing 200 organizations in reported Tuesday that 20,000 of the
New York and vicinity.
Among Wage-Earners
90,000 workers who went out on
The telegram, signed by Simon strike during 1965 were employed
Mr. Start's outstanding sales and
Fizzles Out as Solution Federman,
president of the corn- in Histadrut enterprises.
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
service record in providing pro-
mittee, described Gen. von Kiel-
to The Jewish News)
Hillel Seidel of the Histadrut
TEL AVIV — A much-heralded mansegg as a Nazi military leader
fessional insurance guidance to
public movement by Israeli wage- whose name was cited in the Central Committee also reported
his clients have emminently
earners to waive pay increases in Nuremberg War Criminals Tri- at a central committee meeting
the fight on Israel's inflation, bunal as one of the Wehrmacht that 40,000 of the 200,000 work
qualified him for the position of
which involved a pledge by the General Staff from whom the days lost in those strikes were
Director,
Professional Sales.
suffered
by
Histadrut
enterprises
government to match pound for .Einsatzgruppen received orders
pound all such pledges, quietly during World War II. The Einsatz- and offices.
sputtered out Tuesday. gruppen were responsible for the
He urged the introduction of a
Leaders of the program. headed murder of 1,400,000 Jews on the collective work contract between
by Mrs. Beba Idelson of Mapai. Russian front alone and millions employes and managements of the
met with members of the cabinet of Slays and other non-combatants. Histadrut economic sector.
and the central committee of the The wire also quoted_ from von'
The committee decided to con-
Histadrut, Israel's labor federation. Kielmansegg's book, "Tanks Be-1 vene the Histadrut general council
17733 W. McNichols
to report failure. It appeared that tween Warsaw and the Atlantic," of Aug. 17 to discuss election of a
the whole effort would be put published in Berlin in 1941, which Histadrut controller and election
Detroit, Michigan
aside.
shows that the general "embraced of works committees.
The arrangement called for the the genocide anti-Semitism of
government to provide matching Hitler and Julius Streicher's 'Der
funds for all sums waived and Sturmer'."
The PreSident was told the ap-
frozen in Israel's central bank with
anticipated waivers of a total of pointment of the ex-Nazi will be
10.000,000 pounds ($3,333,000). To "to our eternal shame" and the
date, only 5,000 pounds ($1.600) committee called for his removal
has been deposited. Only 20 o". the "in the name of democracy and
180 groups and committees which in memory of the millions of
committeed themselves to arrange people murdered by this Nazi
for such waivers by members, ge- neral and his fellow war crim-
• actually did so.
inals."
• The leadership of the Mapai-
Ahdut Avodah alignment, the Nazis Picket
Parley
most powerful faction in the Is-
rael government, was to meet of NAACP; Rap Jews
this week to consider a social
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
welfare program related to Is-
LOS ANGELES — The annual
rael's cost-of-living • allowance
convention of the National Associa-
program.
Alignment leaders voted last tion for the Advancement of Color-
week at a secret meeting to oppose ed People here was disturbed by
the semiannual cost-of-living pay- four Nazi storm troopers that
shouted anti-Semitic slogans.
ments scheduled for this month.
The Nazi group appeared Tues-
The projected program, for the
next year or more, would take I day in front of the Statler Hilton
into account the question of com- Hotel. where the NAACP is hold-
pensation to beneficiaries for price ing its 57th annual convention and
shouted: "It is time for the whites
increases.
Alignment sources said that by and the blacks to stand up to-
this approach, it was hoped to in- gether against the Jews. Don't let
clude benefits normally provided a Jew lead you."
Negro delegates expressed their
under the cost-of-living program.
The proposed social welfare pro- reservations and disagreement for
gram would provide higher, old-age involving anti-Semitic slogans with
pensions and increased family al- their matters.
There is a strong trend in the
lowances, particularly for wage
earners in the low income group. NAACP for having a Negro presi-
dent instead of the present white
president, who is Kivie Kaplan of
Austrian Jews Appeal
When held for one year • Issued in minimum amounts
The extremists among the
to Govt. on Anti-Semitism Boston.
of $1,000 • Insured up to $10,000 by the
organization's members said that
VIENNA (JTA)—The Association
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
just as Bnai Brith does not have
of Jewish Communities of Austria
a
Negro
president,
so
should
a
appealed strongly Sunday to the
Negro organization have a Negro
government, and particularly to president.
the justice ministry, to take ener-
Meanwhile, in Toronto, John
getic steps against "rising anti-
Beattie, self-styled leader of the
Semitism" in Austria.
The appeal was embodied in a Canadian Nazi Party, was ordered
resolution which noted that several Wednesday to stand trial on July
trials in Austria of Nazi war crim- 14 on charges of violating a new
Open Monday through Saturday until 4:30 pm,
0 pan. Friday
inals charged with mass murders city parks bylaw against persons
of Jews during the war have ended inciting hatred against racial and
with acquitals or "insignificant religious groups in park ap-
penances.
sentences."
Persons convicted under the
Ka NI MI INNI NE ON NM =I NO 1.1 new bylaw are subject to fines of
Four Offices to Serve You / Phone GA 1-8282
▪ $100. Beattie has twice caused
BUFFERIN 100's
Flve Mlle Flood near Farmington Road, Wonderland Shopping Center. Middlebelt and Seven Mile Road, Plymouth .Reed near Yale
" near riots in Toronto's Allen Gar-
Reg.
el
$1.39
I dens with inflammatory speeches.
I
Limit 2
• The charges under the new law
II were filed in connection with his
HEYDEN DRUGS
I second appearance several months
20201 W. 7 MILE RD.
NE I ago.
MN ININ NIN NE NIN

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Well-
informed sources here said June 29
that Israel will abolish military
governorships in areas inhabited
by Israeli Arabs, by Dec. 1, and
will ease certain restrictions now
in effect on the free movement of
about 150,000 Arabs in this coun-
try.
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol had
announced earlier this year that
the government has decided to
abrogate special "emergency regu-
lations" affecting Israeli Arabs,
but had not fixed the date for ef-
fecting the changes.
The 150,000 Arabs to be affected
by the liberalization regarding free-
dom of movement live in areas un-
der Israeli military government
along the Jordanian border and
around the all-Arab city of Naza-
reth.
At present, they are not al-
lowed to travel outside their
military-government areas with-
out special permits. They are
also forbidden to reside in other

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