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December 01, 1967 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-01

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30—Friday, December 1, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Improvement of Israeli Immigration Laws Discussed in Buenos Aires

Nobel Prize Winner Thanks
Hebrew University With Gift

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — A that immigrants must now first I pounds ($8,000) wil be made avail-
series of reforms of Israel's im- ; obtain housing and then look for able to newcomers at low interest
migration laws designed to stimu- ! work. The new law will permit rates.
late immigration, particularly from them to rent homes instead of go
(Special to The Jewish News)
salem University to the Mount Western countries, was outlined ing into permanent immigrant
JERUSALEM, Israel—The He-
here
by Aryeh Dulczin. head of the housing and will exempt them from
brew University gains from the Scopus campus. It is also a modest Jewish Agency's immigration de- taxes on incomes of up to 1,500
appreciation of the wonderful hos
income of a Nobel Prize winner. •
partment;
partment;
at an Aliya conference pounds ($450) during their first
pitality we enjoyed in your depart
Prof. Mat.fred Eigen, co-winner
convened by the Zionist Organiza - ; year stay and will allOw substan-
ment this spring.
of this year's Nobel Prize in
1 know that several groups in tions in Argentina. Uruguay. Para- tial tax reductions for the next
Chemistry, who as director of the
guay. Chile and Peru.
three years. Loans of up to 25,000
your department are working act
Max Planck Institute of Physical
Dulczin told the gathering that
Chemistry in Goettingen lectured ively in the field of chemical kine
"Merging Traffic"
at the Hebrew University depart- tics. I remember the fine work of the reforms were incorporated in
your group. that of Prof. Perlmut- new immigration legislation that
Accelerated
ment of physical chemistry, wrote
Rock and Roll Sounds
as follows to Prof. Gabriel Stein, ter-Hayman and her husband, that Prime Minister Eshkol will place
" Available for Parties
of
Czapski,
Raboni.
Lifshitz
and
before
the
Knesset
shortly.
The
head of that department:
. Bar Mitzvahs, Socials, Etc.
others. I also realized that the new law provides for the establish-
Dear Professor Stein:
Call
When I heard at the beginning equipment not alu - ays iras equiva- ment of hostels where newcomers
JEFF
DEMBS 356-8547
of this week that I was awarded lent to the very high standard of and their families may live ren'
the Nobel -"Prize I thonyht it might the work which I admired very free for six months while seeking
highly.
employment and where Ulpanim,!
be a nice idea to make you a little
I therefore want to offer you as intensive courses in the Hebrew
present on the occasion of your
a
gift
a
complete
"temperature
language.
will be offered at no cost.
celebration of the return of Jerw
jump relaxation machine" which 1 Dulczin told the conference
think could have many useful a - ;
plication in your department. This
machine is being built now. I ' American-Israel Mill
would be happy if you would ac- Reports Rise in Sales
cept it together with my sincere ,
• Loose rugs cleaned in
• Complete repairing and
BY JESSE SILVER
• 55 years of
NEW YORK (JTA) — American:
wishes for a prosperous future
of
JTA inc.)
our Modern Plant
Israeli Paper Mills, Ltd., reported
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experience
the
Hebrew
University
and
es-
Dave ..e .mark'- return to ac-
higher
sales
and
earnings
for
the
:ion with the Columbia University pecially your depart ment.
six-month period ended Sept. 30,;
With
warmest
re
Call for tntotrnatIon and free •s• .••.,,..
Bards
to
all
basket ball i earn was the biggest
despite temporary production cut -
our friends there,
news of the oun:4 collegiate sea-
backs and other dislocations due to
CARPET CLEANING CO.
Yours sincerely,
son. A seven-footer. Newmark was
the mobilization and Six-Day war !
1E:2: LIVERINOIS DETROIT
named an All-American as a soph
MANFRED EIGEN in June.
omore. He sat out last season after
suffering an attack of tonsilitis
In good shape again, he hopes to:
equal or surpass his 22.9 scoring
average of 1965-66.
Newmark's class graduates in
June, and the big boy will be el-
igible for the pro draft. However,
he has been advised to complete
his college education. "A Cohan:
bia degree." said Newmark. "is
something nice to have."
Newmark won't be the only
tall Jewish boy engaged in inter-
collegiate basketball. Florida is
counting on Neal Walk, w hile
two sophomores, Larry Rosen-
zweig of Stanford and Jack Ajz-
ner of Cincinnati, will be trying
to crack the starting lineups.
Born in Lodz. Poland. in 1947.
Ajzner moved with his family to
Holon, Israel. in 1957 and settled
in Patterson, N.J.. in 1960. When
he began playing basketball as a
high school freshman, the only ;
game he knew was soccer. He said;
the only reason they kept him one
the team was because he was tall.;

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Leader

New Lind Novel

Jakov Lind, a native of Austria
who was II years old when Hitler
took control of Austria. who es- !
caped the Hitler terror. has au- 1
thored works exposing the Nazi
holocaust and in his latest novel,
"Ergo,"
published by Random
House, again gives vent to his
feelings.
In a translation from the Ger-
man by Ralph .Manheim. this novel
depicts the struggle between char-1
acters who are affected by mem-1
ories of the past. whose struggles
are influenced by events that are;
marred by enmities and suspicions
of war criminolities.
Recollections of the Nazi terror
inspire resentment, protest
against the past, assertion of
pride in Jewry. The theme is
pursued as the author develops
the scenes which take place in
two homes and the characters
are involved in controversies out
of which emerge the human fac-
tors of a disturbing story.
Maxwell Geismar, the eminent
literary critic, has praised Lind
as "the most notable short story
writer to appear in the last two
decades."

Israel Research Center
to Boost Quake Research I

REHOVOT — An utra-modern
geophysical laboratory. which will
give an important new dimension;
to Israeli research on earthquakes.
will be opened shortly at Eilat by
the Weizmann Institute of Science.
Institute President Meyer W.
Weisgal announced the laboratory
will contain extremely sensitive i
seismic instruments for recording!
shocks caused by earthquakes and
associated phenomena.

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