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July 24, 1959 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-07-24

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Socialists Petition UN on Suez;
Sharett Meets with Adenauer

THE DETROIT JEW ISH NEWS -- Friday, July 24,

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Construction Begun on $2,000,000
World Academy at Jerusalem

Israeli Physicist to Join

Moscow Cosmic Parley
Prof. Kurt Sitte, head of the
physics °department of the Haifa
Technion, will be among the
international scientific figures
gathering this month in Mos-
cow's Academia Nauk for the
International Congress on Prob-
lems of Cosmic Radiation, under
the auspices of the International
Union of Pure and Applied
Physics.
Prof. Sitte for many years has
been associated with research
in the cosmic radiation, and is
an internationally known scien-
tist in this field.
As part of the world network
of cosmic ray measuring sta-
tions under the International
Geophysical Year program for
universal scientific cooperation,
the Technion operates a station
built on the roof of the Albert
Einstein Institute of Physics at
Technion.

Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Nat Pai, president of the Inter-
To The Jewish News
BONN—Moshe Sharrett, for- national Association of Socialist
Youth and a member of the In-
mer Israel Prime Minister who dian Parliament, said that
headed the Mapai delegation to
throughout Asia people were
the Congress of the Socialist
watching Israel's constructive
International in Hamburg, was
work with sympathy and admir-
received by Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer in a 30-minute infor- ation..
All members of the British
mal meeting.
delegation, including Laborites
The two leaders discussed Is- Hugh Gaitskell and Aneurin
rael and Middle East problems. Bevan, attended a luncheon ar-
They first became acquainted ranged by the Israel delegation
when the West German-Israel at which Sharett was host. Reu-
reparations pact was signed at ven Barkatt and Dr. Levenberg
Luxemburg on Sept. 10, 1952.
were re-elected Mapai represen-
The Congress concluded its tatives on the Bureau of the
deliberations Sunday, with the Socialist International.
Architect's model shows proposed five-building World
unanimous adoption of a resolu-
Earlier, Sharett told the con- Academy recently begun on Mt. Herzl, Jerusalem.
*
tion calling on the United Na- ference that Israel could be
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tions to effectively guarantee counted on to make good her
Construction has begun, on
free passage through the Suez obligations to contribute to corn- Mt .Herzl in Jerusalem, of the U.S. to Show 'Diary
Canal of all ships, "including pensation payments for aban- first building of the $2,000,000
at Moscow Festival
those of Israel."
doned Arab property and might Academy for Higher Jewish
WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The
The resolution was suggested re-admit additional numbers of Studies, of which Chief Rabbi
only
full-length feature film to
refugees
by
extending
the
fam-
Isaac
Halevi
Herzog
is
presi-
by Dr. S. Levenberg, of the Ma-
The Answer to Your
be exhibited by the United
pai delegation, and was second- ily reunion scheme now operat- dent.
Summer Vacation!
ed by Aneurin Bevan, on behalf ing. He also outlined other as-
The first of five buildings will States at the Moscow Film Fes-
of the British Labor Party. It pects of the Arab-Israel conflict. be known as the Encyclopedia tival will be "The Diary of
Sharett's address was strongly Talmud Center and will house
was presented to the congress
Boulder Junction, Wisconsin
by Belgian Foreign Minister applauded by European, African the thousands of research mate- Anne Frank," a spokesman for
• The Finest Food
the
U.S.
Information
Agency
and
Asian
delegations,
while
• Excellent Accommodations
Victor Larock, chairman of the
rials, manuscripts, microfilms,
• Unexcelled Fishing
Hugh Gaitskell, of the British books and documents required revealed here.
political committee.
• Tennis
• Swimming
The film was selected by the
• Riding
• Boating
"The Congress of the Social- Labor Party called the talk "an for the publication of the monu- inter - departmental committee
• Trap Shooting
ist International declares that exemplary, illuminating analy- mental 23 volume Encyclopedia, on participation in festivals.
• Telephone in each lodge
• Television Room
eight volumes of which have The committee is composed of
freedom of navigation of all sis." -
• Entertainment
• Bar-B-Q
The former Israel Prime Min- already appeared.
ships, including those of Israel,
17
U.S.
Government
agencies.
FOR
RESERVATIONS PHONE
ister,
in
a
comprehensive
survey
When completed, the struc-
through the Suez Canal, is a
OUR DETROIT OFFICE:
Selection of the "Diary" was
UN 4-3190
vital interest of the internation- of Middle East problems, asked ture will be the highest in
made
with
the
concurrence
of
the
International
to
decide
Jerusalem, directly facing the
al community and must be ef-
fectively guaranteed by the neither for Israel nor for the National Memorial Cemetery of the Motion Picture Producers
Association. The film will be
and
United Nations," the resolution Arab countries but for peace." I 1
• ae
an the burial place of shown during the course of the
Dr. Theodore Herzl.
reads.
American National Exhibition
Other buildings to be con- in Moscow, which coincides with
E. Vermeer, chairman of the
structed by the World Academy the dates of the film festival.
Labor Party of the Netherlands,
on its 17 dunams (4 acres) plot
told the congress that freedom
include the Institute for Re-
of navigation is a matter which
In August, 1770, Dutch-born search in Torah Legislation
concerns all maritime nations.
"Today Israeli ships are being Isaac Touro, the cantor of the which is preparing a digest of
stopped by Nasser, tomorrow he Newport, R.I., Jewish congrega- Jewish law as a basis of new
may stop ships of other na- tion, was visiting in New York. legislation for the State of Is-
tions," Vermeer said. "Israel is While there, he had occasion to rael, a central library contain-
entitled to our utmost support write a brief letter in Portugese ing books and manuscripts on
in her struggle for freedom of to his 'd e a r friend and sir, higher Jewish learning which
Swan iake
the seas. International law, Aaron Lopez," the prominent will function as the Jewish re-
Newport
merchant-shipper
and
which is on the side of Israel,
search-center for Israel and the
ENJOY A DREAM VACATION
pillar of the congregation. world, and the Institute for the
must be upheld," he added.
Touro
asked
Lopez
to
convey
his
Chock-full of FUN and Good Times!
During the debate on under-
Training of Religious Judges,
YOUR BIG VACATION
Every sports activity ... FREE GOLF
developed territories, Esther regards to Lopez' father-in-law of which 12 graduates have al-
VALUE
THIS
SUMMER!
all summer ... Boating ... Venetian
Herlitz, • international secretary and Touro's "intimate friend," ready been chosen by the Is-
AIR CONDITIONED COMFORTS
of Israel's Mapai Party, spoke Jacob Rodriguez Rivera.
if Pool ... Health Club, Steam Rooms,
raeli Government to act as re-
"Despite the fact that I am ligious judges of the State of
COMPLETE SPORTS &
about the close ties which Is-
I Cabanas. Delicious gourmet meals
SOCIAL PROGRAMS
not
writing
to
him
(Rivera),
it
rael had established with a
. Evenings made gay by exciting
* STAR STUDDED ENTERTAINMENT
number of countries in Asia and is not because I do not want to, Israel.
The fifth building will house
entertainment, celebrity guest stars
*2 BANDS ... Latin & American
Africa. "We extend our hand of but rather out of a desire that the Light of the World Institute
.. dancing to 2 orchestras ...
*2 Filtered POOLS * GOLF
friendship to them with no he should not say that it (my for the publication of tracts and
letter)
is
brief,"
the
hazzan
de-
LUXURIOUS
AIR-CONDITIONED
strings attached, in a spirit of
literature on the meaning and
"THE CLUB on the GREEN"
ACCOMMODATIONS
international solidarity," she clared, adding: "I know the essentials of Judaism in five dif-
The New . Fabulous
P or tuges e." Apparently the
Theatre-Nice Club of
said.
MAGNIFICENT MAIN BLDG. (Elevator)
Netherlander Touro was having ferent languages — English,
Tomorrow ... Today!
Addressing a luncheon of the
Supervised DAY CAMP (nite patrol)
French,
Spanish,
Hebrew
and
much too good a time in New
EXCELLENT CUISINE (dietary laws)
Terrific TEEN-AGE Program
Asian delegates to the congress; York to oblige his hidalgo German.
Winner of Nat'l Hotel Food Award
Chairman of the Board Of
friend, Rivera, with a long, gos-
SUPERVISED DAY CAMP (nite Patrol)
Trustees is Dr. Herbert S. Gold-
SEE YOUR
sipy letter.
Wonderful TEEN-AGE Program
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This intimate glimpse into the stein, Rabbi of the West Side
TROTTING RACES NITELY
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American Jews is one of many York, and the Executive Direc-
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PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) —
BEAU RIVAGE BUILDING
Union College-Jewish Institute The Pennsylvania Department
of Religion in Cincinnati.
of Health's division of chronic
In this latest of his works diseases has made a grant of
dealing with Jewish Americana, $15,790 to the community medi-
Dr. Marcus presents a collection cal home care program of the
Finest
of manuscripts, most of them Federation of Jewish Agencies
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hitherto unpublished, reflecting to set up a project to study re-

Kosher
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eighteenth-century Jewish life habilitation of patients with
Cuisine
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in North America. He spent six neuro-muscular diseases.
years in the book's preparation.
The project is a service by the
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41/4PN
Federation to physicians and
Mexico Pledges to Admit
their patients to bring medical
GRAVENHURST, MUSKOKA, CANADA
Refugees from All Lands
and hospital-related service into
you're always on the green
Gala Week-End Shows—
MEXICO CITY (JTA)—The the patient's own home, Morris
MURRAY ALTER & His
Championship Golf Course
possibility of Mexico admitting W. Satinsky, president of the
Professional Mite Club S
Orchestra for Nightly Dancing
• Two Outdoor Pools •
refugees from Europe and the program, explained. The pro-
T.V. Entertainment
Full Day Camp Program—
Waikiki Indoor Pool
Middle East, including Jewish gram is offered through the
Planned full day social and
Competent Counsellors—
immigrants who want to come home care department of the
Riding Stable • Tennis • Twin Lakes
sports program
Baby Sitting
here from Eastern Europe and Einstein Medical Center.
Wonder/I Wqrld for childr
M. C. DOUG ROMAINE, Social Director
Arab countries for reuniting
New Show Center and Safari lounge
Write for Illustrated Brochure
New Role for Voskovec
with their families, was opened
Czechoslovakian actor George
following a visit to Mexico by
Auguste R. Lindt, United Na- Voskovec, who starred in the
tions High Commissioner for London stage presentation of
"The Diary of Anne Frank,"
ELLENVILLE. NEW YORK
Refugees.
GRAVENHURST, CANADA
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We always find the sight of Florida in "Across the Ever-
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