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December 08, 1967 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-08

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Mapam Leader Justifies Argentine Leader Warns Polish Jews Reported Still Suffering Govt. Bias
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Soviet Policy in M.E.
Friday, December 8, 1967-15
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The after-effects of the Six-Day War
of Neo-Nazi Resurgence

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Jacob
Riftin, leader of the extreme left-
ist Mapam Party, in an interview
published in the publication Hot-
am, organ of Mapam's younger
generation, justified Soviet Rus-
sia's penetration into the Middle
East "for reasons of elementary
self-defense."
Riftin emphasized that "not only
the economic and political penetra-
tions are jusified, but also, plainly
speaking, the military foothold of
the Soviet in this part of the world
In the end all of us will realize the
historic importance of Soviet arms
in this area."
Rumors have been circulated
that Riftin is in hot water as a re-
sult of these statements and that
he has been removed from all
party boards. These rumors were
promptly denied by the central
committee of the party.

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — The
president of DAIA, the central
organization of Argentine Jewry,
warned here of a probable inten-
sification of Arab League propa-
ganda activities in Argentina,
backed by heavy financial outlays
and a resurgence of Nazi like na-
tionalist groups in the country.
But. generally, according to Dr.
Isaac Goldenberg, addressing the
organization's plenary session, "the
year, highlighted by Israel's vic-
tory in the June war, has been,
happily, relatively quiet for Argen-
tine Jews."

The highest numbered house in
the world is No. 51,202 on N. 170th
St. W. in Lancaster, Calif.

Washington Evening Star said were still being felt by the Jews
Tuesday in an editorial that the of Poland, and "anti-Semitism is
Liberals Rap Severance
likely to remain the order of the
in Poland as long as the men of Zionist from Agency
Foster Family Workshop day
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—A majority
of the Kremlin deem it helpful to
Established by Yeshiva U. their ambitions in the Middle of the central committee of the
Independent Liberal party has re-
East."
NEW YORK (JTA) — A non-
solved to oppose the plan for the
The editorial said that, despite
sectarian Foster Family Workshop
severance of the World Zionist Or-
has been established by Yeshiva intraparty strains caused by his ganization from the Jewish Agency.
policy,
Gotnulka,
the
Polish
Com-
University's Wurzweiler School of
The prevailing opinion is that such
Social Work to train children's munist chief, appeared to be in a plan would not serve to increase
agency supervisors and provide firm control of the situation. The aliya, but will merely tend to
courses for foster parents on how newspaper commented that "reli- weaken even further the Zionist
to care for children in their charge able reports leave little doubt that movement, leading to its ultimate
The workshop, financed by a the Warsaw regime—as distinct liquidation.
grant from the U.S. Children's Bur- from the popular masses—has been
The plan for the separation of
eau, will stress the special prob- following an anti-Semitic policy the agency from the Zionist Organ-
lems of fo s te
hild ren cause db
r c
by ever since the war's end."
ization has been endorsed by Dr.
their previously unhappy environ-
Nahum Goldmann and some of the
ment.
Classified Ads Get Quick Results , Mapai leadership.

Rafi Seeks Representation
at World Zionist Congress

JERUSALEM (ZINS) — The
central committee of Rafi has pre-
sented a request to the executive
of the Jewish Agency for recogni-
tion of Rafi's representation at
the forthcoming World Zionist Con-
gress, it is announced here.
Although the request has been
endorsed by Dr. Nahum Goldmann
and Louis Pincus, strong opposi-
tion was manifested on the part
of Mapai. Commenting on Mapai's
attitude, the leaders of Rafi an-
nounced their intention of submit-
ting this matter to the Congress
Court.

300 U.S. TV Men Apply
for Employment in Israel

JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Three
hundred Jewish technicians and
other personnel engaged in various
television stations in the United
States have expressed their read-
iness to migrate to Israel and have
applied for employment in the pro-
jected Israeli television station.
according to a report published
here.
The Americans have agreed to
work in Israeli salary scales, al-
though these are considerably low-
er than the salaries they receive
in the United States. -

Herb Brin's 'Justice'
Features New Poems

Herb Brin is both poet and phil-
osopher in his interpretation of
numerous themes incorporated in
his new volume, "Poems Reflect-
ing the Measure of Man — Justicci.
Justice," published by Jonathan
David (131 E. 23rd, NY 10).
Unusually fine woodcuts by Eric
Ray. art director of University of
Judaism. Los Angeles, supplement
this work.
Brin's "Psalm," "Chelm" and
"Challenge" are especially note-
worthy in this new volume.

Ahdut Avoda Votes
for Merger with Mapai

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A move
toward the creation of a single
unified labor party in Israel was

made when the council of Ahdut
Avoda voted 218 to 45 in favor of
merging with Mapai and urged the
Mapam Party either . to join or
align itself with the united party.
Ahdut Avoda is presently assoc-
iated with Mapai in a parliamen-
tary alliance known as the Align-
ment. A convention of the new
party is planned for mid-December

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