European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 17 1961, Page 3

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 17, 1961, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and a twp my my Ulm a Rares de tace def Fate Bride condom to their wedding la us the Cathedral of notre Dame in Geneva the Bride the daughter of italian vermouth King count Enrico Marone photo ution of zionist group urged pm Muae Vanui in Twe a american and jewry and he said israeli prime minister David Ben Gurion outlined a Blue print for such a movement in his address to the world zionist con Gress in Jerusalem last month. The blueprint called for doing away with outmoded ideology and accepting the real Challenge of jew ish life under Freedom he said attract youth Only in this Way can we Hope to attract the Young generation of jews in the United state and other lands who see a mean of expressing both their jewish Iden Tity and their feeling for Israel Prinz said the zionist Organiza Tion with its antiquated vocabulary and its unrealistic ideology and synagogue affiliation have not been Able to meet the problem. He said american zionism had failed in the Only task remaining to it establishment of a vital tie Between jews in the United stat Sand Israel group asks India cancel Tiger shoot London up the British league against cruel sports has asked Indian prime minister Jawa Harlal Nehru to Stop a Tiger shoot planned for Queen Elizabeth other Indian tour. The Queen is scheduled to Fly Tonew Delhi Friday with her Hus band the Duke of Edinburgh to begin their 6-week state tour of India Pakistan Nepal and league asked Nehru not to allow the wicked cruelty of this barbarous affair which would not have been tolerated in league Secretary Joseph Sharp was quoted As saying the Queen has become so associated with cruel blood sports that it has come to be thought that the Only fitting sort of entertainment for her is one in which she can kill some thing or see something killed.1 philanthropy and fund raising have to All intents and purposes served As the Only source of con tact Between american jews and Israel no alteration of i. T i House rules group. It Washington v president elect Jokn of a proposes to liberalize the rules committee by enlarging it from 12 to is members. Rules chairman Howard w. Smith d va., a Leader of the. Southern democratic bloc in the House is fight ing the move. Mccormack who supports Ray Burn s plan said he was sure majority of democrats would vote for the reorganization. But he indicated he was doubtful it would receive the necessary two thirds vote. he also said he was sure the rules committee would not sen the Resolution to the floor for approval. J Mccormack said the rules com Mittee would have final say on the plan because the other two methods of getting a Resolution adopted could not be used. These Are unanimous approval by the entire House or suspension of those High wire act. I a ?.�$. S5.v,--/ a. So a i .-.-, a so a v � r a. i?"-." Isvri?-3s russian workmen put the finishing touches on the newly electrified trans siberian Railroad on the stretch Between taut and tall whet a rules which requires a two third vote. _ House republicans Havelak Maiio official stand in the committee gop Leader Charletta Halleck ind., said it is subject to further determination whether republicans will adopt a Patty position on the Issue. The rules committee now consists of eight democrats and four republicans. Smith1 and rep. Wil Liam a. Co inner a miss. Have teamed with gop members in the past to stymie Bills. Rayburn plan would make the committee line to 10 democrats and five Republic ans. The add ton of two Denv Tirats of Moders Ite or Liberal or Suafoa t h a would break the conservative Hotd Mccormack said in was sure Ray bum had not change on opening was just simply a question of the exercise of judgment he also doubted that plans to remove Cobner from the committee would be successful but he said he Felt that meal wire. Of either political party should sup port that party1 nominee for president and vice president and should be penalized if they do penalties could involve either loss of seniority and Choice committee memberships or both. Irish Congo troops Home Dublin

Search all Darmstadt, Hesse newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for January 17, 1961

Browse