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December 15, 1967 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-15

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Two Books on Yiddish
to Be Printed for Children

NEW YORK (JTA)—At least
two publications designed to ac-
quaint English-speaking Jewish
youth with the Yiddish language
and culture will be issued within
the next few months under the
sponsorship of the Aaron Fishman
Foundation for Yiddish Culture, it
was announced here. The organiza-
tion's goal is to foster knowledge
and appreciation of Yiddish cul-
ture among American Jewish
youth on and off the college cam-
pus and at younger age-levels.
Scheduled for publication soon,
the foundation stated, are a semi-
annual "News About Yiddish,"
summarizing information about the
situation among Jewish communi-
ties throughout the world, to be
issued by the World Congress for
Yiddish Culture, and an illustrated
songbook to be issued by the
Jewish Education Committee of
New York. Both works will be done
in Yiddish and English. This year's
songbook will be the second in a
series sponsored by the founda-
tion.

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Tuesday defended the British-
sponsored UN Security Council
resolution on the Middle East
which was adopted unanimously
last month as a "balanced" docu-
ment which states the principles on
which a Middle East settlement

CHICAGO (JTA) — The Jewish
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offering a special student summer
placement service to college stu-
dents to help them find and get
jobs during the summer vacation
period. The job agency, an affili-
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should be based but "does not call
for Israeli withdrawal in advance
of acceptable arrangements for
Israel's security."
I The foreign office statement was
contained in a letter to the Board
of Deputies of British Jews which
had earlier expressed misgivings
over certain provisions of the reso-
lution. The letter stated in part:
"Israeli withdrawal is balanced
by termination of all claims of
states of belligerency and respect
for and acknowledgement of the

Rovner-Lachowitcher
to Inistall Officers

Abe Saginaw and Meyer Leven-
thal will be installed as president
and vice president of Rovner-Lach•
owitcher Aid Society at a Hanuka
narty 8 p.m. Thursday at Turover
Hall.
Isaac Gruskin, outgoing presi-
dent of the 40-year-eld organiza-
tion, announces that other officers
as well as those of the Rovner Fre-
Loan Association, will be installed.
There also will be a Ha nuka
candle lighting by Yosef-Zwi Sieg-
al and community singing

Hussein's Intervention

Immortalized in Stone

KFAR ETZION (ZINS) — The
Jewish settlers who returned to lib-
erated Kfar Etzion after 19 years
of Jordanian occupation have de-
cided to destroy the military bar•
racks which were constructed by
the Arab Legion on the ruins of
the Jewish homes burnt down by
Arabs during the War of Libera-
tion in 1948. On the other hand, the
Jewish settlers have decided to
leaver remnant as a reminder of
the Jordanian occupation. One of
the present inhabitants proposed
the erection of a statue of King
Hussein whose intervention in the
Six-Day War has enabled Israel to
liberate Kfar Etzion. The statue
is to engraved with the following
inscription: "To Hussein, King of
Jordan — It is well that you inter-
vened."

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The three winners who will share the Nobel Prize for Medicine chat in Stockholm, Sweden, as
they await the ceremony. They are (from left) Prof. George Wald, U.S.; Prof. Tagnar Granith, Sweden;
and Prof. Haldan Keefer Hartline, U.S. With them are Wald's daughter, Deborah, 6,and son, Elijah, 8.

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Friday, December 15, 1967-29 .e.

REHOVOT, Israel — Fifty-four
researchers from 13 countries ar-
rived at the Weizmann Institute
of Science, where they will spend
six months to a year working with
Rehovot scientists on problems of
cancer research, cell biology, im-
munology, chemistry, computer
design, nuclear research etc., it was
announced by Prof. Amos de-Shalit;
the institute's director generaL

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and political independence of every
state in the area and their right to
live in peace within secure and rec-
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ing freedom of passage through in-
ternational waterways is also spe-
cifically mentioned. The resolution
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settlement should be based but it
does not call for Israeli withdrawal
in advance of acceptable arrange.
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curity in accordance with the bal-
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by which foes of the Vietnam War
have been trying to shut down the
Army Induction Center in lower
Manhattan.
He told a meeting of the state
JWV executive committee that the
JWV respected the individual's
right to dissent but that it con-
demned actions which would para. -
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