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November 24, 1967 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-24

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Hillel Groundbreaking Sunday
Chaired by Field, Brandwine

Walter Field (left) and Morris Brandwine are co-chairmen of
the groundbreaking ceremonies for Hillel Day School, to take place
2 p.m. Sunday at the building site, on the east side of Middlebelt Rd.
between Northwestern and 14 Mile Rds., in Farmington. Mrs. Emma
Scheyer is honorary chairman of the groundbreaking, and Eugene
Sloan, chairman of the building committee. Abe Basle, president of
Hillel Day School, will be on the program, as will community and
civic leaders. The Hillel Choir will sing several selections.

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Envoy Barbour Hopes
U.S. Will Back Israel

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TEL AVIV (JTA) — United
States Ambassador Walworth Bar-
bour joined with Isreali dignitaries
to celebrate the 20th anniversary
of the founding of Kfar Batya, a
vocational and agricultural train-
ing center sponsored by the Miz-
rachi Women's organization of
America.
Responding to a speech by In-
terior Minister Moshe Shapira, hail-
ing American friendship for Is-
rael, Ambassador Barbour said he
hoped that Israel will not be dis-
appointed in her belief in the
United States.
Also present were Ashkenazi
Chief Rabbi Isser Untermann, It-
zhak Artzi, head of Youth Aliya,
and Mrs. S. Deborah Ebin, honor-
ary president of the Mizracbi Wo-
men, Kfar Batya, founded in 947,
has an enrollment of 500 pupils.

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Histadrut Willing
to Help Bring Free
Unions to Arabs

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

WASHINGTON — Arab-Israel
peace could bring about the gen-
eration of democracy in neighbor-
ing Arab states through assistance
by Histadrut in helping Arabs to
organize free trade unions, Aharon
Becker, secretary general of His-
tadrut, told a press conference
here Monday.
Becker arrived here from Mexico
City where he attended a conven-
tion of CTM (the Mexican Confed-
eration of Labor). The CTM adopt-
ed a resolution called for mutual
recognition of Mid East nations
and Arab-Israel peace based on
direct, face-to-face negotiations.
The Histadrut head said he found
warm friendship for Israel in Mex-
ico. He conveyed to the Mexican
workers the greetings of the Is-
raeli labor movement.
Becker also visited Peru, Uru-
guay and Argentina. The Latin-
American trade unionists ex-
pressed gratification for Histad-
rut assistance. He advised the
Latins to copy those aspects of
Histadrut that meet their par-
ticular needs. He noted that over
1,000 Latin-Americans have been
to Israel to study trade union-
ism and cooperatives.
Becker is in Washington at the
invitation of President George
Meany of the AFL-CIO. He will be
the guest of honor of American
labor leaders and meet with U.S.
Labor Secretary Willard Wirtz and
other personages.
Becker disclosed that more than
1,000 Arab residents of East Jeru-
salem have already joined Histad-
rut. Another 2,000 are expected
to affiliate by the end of the year.
He stressed the wilingness- of His-
tadrut to aid the Arab states in
developing trade unionism if the
Arabs make this possible by sign-
ing peace treaties with Israel.

NATO Official Express
Concern Over Soviet Naval
Buildup In Mediterranean
BRUSSELS (JTA) — Secretary-
General Manlio Brosio of the North
Atlantic T r e a ty Organization
(NATO), told a session of the or-
ganization that "it could become
a matter of great disquiet to the
Alliance if the increase in Soviet
naval forces in the Mediterranean,
as well as of Soviet influence
around its shores and in the Mid-
dle East could come to signify
the prelude of a return to the cold
war."
• •
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
State Department announced that
American citizens wishing to travel
to Egypt will no longer have to
obtain special endorsement of their
passports. The decision was as-
cribed to improvements in Ameri-
can-Egyptian relations. The De-
partment spokesman said that the
Egyptian Government had assured
the United States that "all cate-
gories of American travellers are
welcome."



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