Rita Hauser Opens Town Hall series Oct. 8
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NEW YORK OITA i—The char-
Rita E. Hauser, the 94-pound 34- Hall lecture series in the Fisher attending Harvard law school and ter of a million-dollar foundation 14,000 Arab Refugees
year-old international lawyer who Theater Wednesday morning.
she transferred to New York Uni- originally established to award
was named by President Nixon as
Her topic will he "Law, Order versity law school for her final scholarships to orphaned students Reported in Brazil Since
U.S. representative to the United and Human Rights."
year. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hauser seeking a college education in the '67 War; Fatah Recruits
RIO DE JANEIRO (.1TA) — A
Nations Human Rights Commis-
Mrs. Hauser, who holds law de- were the first scholars sent to City University system or Nov..
sion and Economic 'and Social grees from Harvard and New York France as part of a new progr:it York University, has been broad- leading Rio newspaper, Jornai do
reports that 14,000 Arab
Council, will open the year's Town University as well as University of in Comparative Law sponsored by ened to permit grants to any stu-
Paris, is a Hunter College graduate the Ford Foundation.
dent unable to attend yeshivot be- refugees have entered Brazil since
the Six-Day War. The paper said
Town Hall now is under the cause of high tuition fees.
as well and received a doctorate
from the University of Strasbourg, management of Mrs. E. Bratton
According to Rabbi David B. the immigration is continuing at
the rate of 40 - 60 persons a month.
Hollander, president of the Charles
Found on West Wall
The Arab refugett;, many illiter-
M. Hauser, vice president of Gen- H Under Mrs. Mercer's direction, and Anna Ellenberg Foundation.
JERUSALEM — Prof. Benjamin eral Telephone and Electronics In- Town Hall commences its -11-t the foundation will distribute ate, the paper said, come on tour-
Mazar announced the discovery of ternational, Inc. She is the mother year here. It is the second oldest roughly $50,000-$1(10.000 annually. ist visas without the right to work
a 1,500-year-old quote from the , of two. She and her husband were lecture-sponsoring Town Hall in Preference will still be given to , n- - here. They receive no assistance
from the many Arab organizations
Bible on the Western Wall, and he ' married during the period she was the country.
phans, he said, but any needy ap
said it proves Jews lived and wor-
in the country with the exception
plicant will he considered.
shipped in Jerusalem in the year
of El Fatah, the terrorist organiza-
Rabbi Bernard Weinberger. a
'Loyalty' Remark by MP Draws Constituents' Ire
tion, which seeks to find recruits
member of the foundation's board.
Mrs. McKay, who was winding
among them. The newcomers, the
He said the sentence was from
LONDON (JTA) — The Labor
said the original scope of the char-
Isaiah, Chapter 66, Verse 14: "And Party constituency in the Clapham up a speaking tour of the U.S., ter was restrictive and an insuffi- paper said, settle in the huburbs
of Rio, Sao Faith), Parana and
when ye see this, your heart shall area of South London has strongly reportedly said there were 62 Jew-
number of applicants re- Rio Grande do Sul.
rejoice, and your bones shall denounced the alleged remarks of ish members in the Labor Party's cient
flourish like an herb." its member of Parliament impugn- parliamentary delegation who were
The board felt that it was not
Prof. Mazar said the inscrip- ing the loyalty of her Jewish all "150 per cent Zionist." She was
- sue of
' quoted as having asked rhetor- coping with the crucial is
tion was written at the ti me
' Jewish education. A petition to
A statement published by the ically, "do they represent Israel
Jerusalem was ruled by the
broaden the charter was granted
Roman emperor Julian, who local constituency in the Clapham or Britain?"
On her return to Britain, Mrs. last month by the New York State
Advertiser and News, an inde-
the Jews to rebuild
part of the temple, destroyed by pendent weekly, said the reported McKay, who has belonged to the
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remarks of Mrs. Margaret McKay Labor Party since 1928. denied that
an earlier Roman conqueror.
MUSIC IN THE FASHION
were "quite disgraceful" and in I she had questioned the loyalty of
OF WILD GYPSY PASSION
"The inscription proves we were no way represented her constitu- ;Jewish MPs and charged that she
OF FALL CLOTHES
there at that time, and that we ency's views. was quoted out of context. But
longed for Jerusalem even then,"
Mrs. McKay created a storm persons present at the meeting she
And Her Gypsies
prof. Mazar said.
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in the House of Commons a week addressed confirmed that her re-
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Archeologists have discovered an
marks were substantially as re-
ago when news service reports
SUITS — TRIMMED AND
ancient water tunnel dating back
quoted her as telling an off-the-
to the Second Temple, according to
record meeting in New York •
an announcement by Prof. Benja-
that pressure exerted by Jewish
E. Europe, M.E. Events
min Mazar. The tunnel was carved
Labor MPs on Prime Minister
in natural rock and runs from the
Harold Wilson Prevented Britain
Western Wall to the southern part
from taking anything but a pro-
Needs, HIAS Says
of old Jerusalem.
Hours Daily 10-4
Israel stand in the Arab-Israeli
GENEVA (JTA) — Events in
Prof. Mazar added that access to
Eastern Europe and the Middle
the area was made possible by
East have increased the migration
using an approach that had been
needs of Jews seeking safety from
uncovered 100 years ago by the City of Hope Club Elects
religious , racial and political per-
British archaeologist, Sir Charles Ho ptman for Third Ter m relig
sec ution, an official of HIAS (He-
Charles Hoptman of Mr. and Mrs. brew Immigrant Aid Society) said
'Complete Selection including the Finest 14 Kt. Gold Jewelry
Group, City of Hope, has been here Tuesday.
See Morris Watnick
elected to serve his third term as
Gaynor I. Jacobson. the agency's
executive director, said its facili-
Other officers are Jules Olen, ties were being taxed by rising
vice president; Ruth Nathanson, appeals for migration aid.
secretary; and Sarah Fishkind..
Jacobson, speaking at IIIAS's
14th overseas migration confer-
Thurs. & Fri. to 9 p.m.
A meeting will be held 8:30 p.m. ence, cited the invasion of
Birmingham (Near Demery's)
Saturday at the home of .Mr. and Czechoslovakia, the anti-Jewish
Mrs. Hy Lewis, 24271 Blackstone,' campaign conducted by the Pol-
Oak Park, when receipts of the ish government and continuing
leukemia letter will be tabulated, ' unrest in the Middle East as the
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and new 'fund-raising projects dis - ' major factors forcing Jewish
families to emigrate.
cussed. A social evening will fol-
He said that if Jewish minorities
in the Arab countries were permit_
ted to leave, his agency was confi-
dent that it could find resettlement
opportunities for them in Europe
and North and South America. He
said many •governments were co-
operating in providing resettle-
ment opportunities for Jewish refu-
gees. He cited the Scandinavian
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countries notably Denmark and
Sweden, for their assistance in this
Carl Glick, HIAS treasurer, re-
ported that the agency would be
to spent $2,800,000 this
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year to meet mounting refugee
needs, a 15 per cent increase over
its 1968 expenditure.
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