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October 13, 1967 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-13

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18—Friday, October 13, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Mozambique Bans Crew

Hebrew U. Research Gets$6.7 Million in Two Years

of Israeli Ship on Shore

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Crew mem-
bers of the 30,000-ton Israeli
freighter Ein Geddi, anchored for
refueling at Mozambique, East
Africa, were forbidden to go
ashore, according to a message
received at Haifa Monday by the
Zim Lines, owners of the vessel.

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Research Revelopment Authority at the uni-
and development projects at the versity. Prof. Gross has been suc-
Hebrew University in Jerusalem ceeded in the post by Dr. Alex
have received $6.7 million in over Kenyan.
Research projects undertaken by
seas and local grants over a two-
year period, it was announced by the university range from Bible
Prof. Jack Gross, outgoing chair- studies to the development of new
man of the U.S.A. Research and food grains to aid in the world
The reason given for the action
struggle against hunger, and spe-
cialized instruments for space re- by the Mozambique authorities
search. Nearly half of all spon- was what they called "a diplomatic
sored research .in Israel is con- conflict."
The Ein Geddi was chartered for
ducted by the Hebrew University.
"The Fiction of E. M. Forster" All told, there are 10,103 scientists two sailings from the United States
to India with a cargo of bulk
is an evaluative study of the short engaged in some 2,500 research grain. She had unloaded her last
stories and Italian romances of the projects at the university. More shipment and was on the way back
noted author. than 4,600 publications by staff
George H. Thomson reviews members have appeared in world to Haifa when the ship put in at
Mozambique for water and fuel.
Forster's works in this volume, just scientific literature during the
There are 36 members of the ship's
issued by Wayne State University past two years.
crew, all Israelis.
Press.
Israeli-American
Firm
An interesting biographical
ADL Injunction Bars
sketch supplements the study of the to Publish in Jerusalem
noted works reviewed in this au-
(Direct JTA T-1•.tvoe Wire
Use of Name by Italians
The
Jewish
News)
to
thoritative stud y.
TEL AVIV — A joint Israeli- NEW YORK (JTA)—New York
American publishing venture that State Supreme Court Justice Wil-
Three Agencies Form
will produce scientific books and I fare Waltemade granted an injunc-
textbooks in Israel for export was tion sought by the Anti-Defamation
Atlanta Welfare Board
I League of Bnai Brith to prohibit
ATLANTA (JTA)—Formation of announced
here Tuesday.
The Chevrath
Obdim Holding an American-Italian organization
the Atlanta Jewish Welfare Fed- Company, an economic arm of from using the words "anti-defa-
oration as the central agency of
the Atlanta Jewish community, Histadrut, the Israel labor federa-1 mation league" in its name. The
was announced Monday. The new tion, has joined in the venture ADL of Bnai Brith is 54 years old.
with the Pitman Publishing Corp. The American-Italian league was
federation
the
Jewish Social
Wel- of New York City, an educational formed a year ago.
fare Fund merges
and the
Jewish
Lenthy talks between the two
p ublish i ng
Service Federation.
preceded the ADL deci-
The merger was in line with I
sion to seek an injunction against
sraelis
Told
Problems
sraelis
recommendations made in a study
the American-Italian group, and
begun in 1965 by a structure corn- of Aliya for Businessmen
mittee representing the three JERUSALEM (JTA) —The sec- I the action followed when the talks
agencies to determine the kind of and United Jewish Appeal young failed.
Justice
that an
early Waltemade
trial be held ordered
for full
organization that would most ef- leaders' mission to visit Israel since
fectively meet the needs of the the recent Six-Day War left for the determination of the issues.
United States Sunday after a tour
Atlanta Jewish community.
The charter of the new federa- of the country, a reception,by Pres-
tion says it is to be "operated ex- ident Zalman Shazar and talks
elusively for religious, charitable with Israeli leaders.
At a banquet M. Schrayer of
and educational purposes" and is
to do whatever is necessary to Chicago, head of the mission, said
continue the work, program and that he was "impressed" by the
ourposes of the three agencies Israeli will to receive immigration
merged into it. from the West, but he added that
the Israelis did not realize the "im-
mense difficulties" for established
Circle Tells
businessmen and professionals in
of Integration Program
making- a "fresh start" in Israel.

Volume Evaluates
Forster's Fiction

Israeli Freighter Opens Eilat-Melbourne Route

Six-Day War. Her course took her
through the Strait of Tiran, the
blockade of which was one of the
factors in starting the war. The
vessel's master, Captain Han Mer-
son, held a luncheon -aboard for
Melbourne Jewish community lead-
ers who foresaw an increase in
trade between Israel and Australia
stemming from regular, reliable
shipping services.
Belgian Welfare Agency
The Tappuz, built in West Ger-
Marks 15th Anniversary many in 1955, was one of the first
BRUSSELS (JTA) — The Cen- ships handed over to Israel under
trale d'Oeuvres Sociales Juives, the reparations agreement between
central Belgian Jewish welfare the two countries.
agency, celebrated its fifteenth
anniversary with a gala celebra- Australian Sees Israel
tion Oct. 2. Max Gottschalk, its
honorary president and founder, Defending Self at Border
SYDNEY (JTA)—The first Aus-
and Jean Bloch, its president, re-
ported on the achievements of the tralian parliamentarian to visit Is-
rael
since the Six-Day War de-
organization, its current role in
Belgian Jewish life and problems clared in a speech here that "it
anticipated in the near future. is quite clear that Israel will en-
Thirteen Jewish bodies here are sure that the Golan Heights, the
now affiliated with the Centrale. Gulf of Aqaba and Gaza will not
be used against her again."
The speaker, a member of the
Over 196,000 Israelis
Labor Party, E. G. Whitlam, ad-
Reported Living Abroad dressed the first Joint Communal
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — More Appeal dinner which launched
than 196,000 Israelis are now liv- Sydney's United Local Appeal
ing abroad, and 96,000 of them drive.
have officially declared themselves
to be emigrants, according to fig-
Us YOU WM TIN
ures released here by the central
0111150/1.
bureau of statistics.
More than half of the number
IPSO, DOWN YOU WON'T
are European or American born
FIND A FOND WINk THAN
Israelis, and quarter are Sabras,
including a large percentage of
Israel-born children under age 15.
The bureau reported that Israel's
Jewish population as of Dec. 31,
Ulla* Wineries, Detroit, Mich.
1966, stood at 2,344,877.

MELBOURNE, (JTA) — The
7,000-deadweight-ton Israeli motor.
ship Tappuz, of the Zim Lines, has
called at Melbourne to reopen a
regular monthly cargo service be-
tween Israel's Red Sea port of
Eilat and Australia.
The Tappuz is the first Israeli
vessel to visit Australia since the

(Direct JTA Tolotvoe Wire
to The Jewish News)

NEW YORK — The Workmen's ADL Urges Open Housing
Circle, National Jewish labor fra- on Milwaukee Council
ternal organization, disclosed Wed- MILWAUKEE (JTA)—The Wis-
nesday that it has inv•-)sted S25,000 consin Regional Advisory Board of
in a program for integrated hoes- the Anti-Defamation League of
ing in all-white communities in Bnai Brith urged the Milwaukee
ing law without holding a referen-
the United States.
Israel Breslow, president of the City Council to adopt a fair hous-
Workmen's Circle, revealed that dum of the subject.
The Anti-Defamation League ex-
his organization made its initial
investment in the mutual real pressed its opposition to any refer-
estate investment trust which buys endum on the grounds that "the
houses in all-white neighborhoods equal right to housing is a funda-
and integrates them. "Not only mental right of all citizens not to
are we in sympathy with the phi- be denied or withheld by any tem-
losophy behind this effort but we porary majority of voters created
have found it to be a sound busi- out of momentary fear or irrational
ness investment," Breslow said. passion."

DAWN'

BY HENRY LEONARD

Are you getting
tile whole story
on dryer costs?

"And every Yom Kippur I always skip one
meal ... It makes me feel more Jewish."

Maybe you've heard an electric dryer costs more, per load, to
operate than a gas dryer.
But, compare original dryer cost. Model for model, you pay $20
to $40 less for an electric dryer.
And you get Free Installation on newly purchased electric dryers,
except venting, on Edison lines up to and including four-family flats.
And No Charge Repair Service. No charge on electric parts or
labor. You can't get free protection on a gas dryer; if you have to
replace the motor on one, it can wipe out whatever small per-load
savings you may have accumulated.
So when you hear about the pennies per load you might save
with a gas dryer, think about the dollars you save over the life of
an electric dryer.
EDISON

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