Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

July 31, 1959 - Image 10

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-07-31

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Late News from Around the World

Charge 3 Morrocans
with Helping Jews
Emigrate from Land

Mrs. Melt. to Return
to Israel Today

Calls Jabotinsky
`Architect of Jewish
Fight for Survival'

ZURICH, (JTA)—Mrs. Golda
Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister,
NEW YORK, (AJP) — Zeev
PARIS, (JTA)—News of the completed talks here with Israel
arrest last month of three Jew- envoys from a number of Euro- Jabotinsky--who died on Aug.
ish residents of Tangiers by the pean countries. They included 4, 1940,( at a New York Youth
Moroccan government on Dr. Arieh Harell, the Israel Camp of Brith Trumpeldor-
charges of aiding Jewish emi- Ambassador to the Soviet Union has been hailed as "the archi-
gration from that country, was who called on Mrs. Meir during tect of the Jewish fight for
received here.
national survival and redemp-
her stay here.
The three were named as
Mrs. Meir reportedly review- tion" by Beinish Epstein, exec-
Itzchak Lavy and his wife Lucia, ed with the I s r a el diplomats utive director of the United
French citizens, and David Mel- current political developments. Zionists-Revisionists of America.
Epstein stated that "the
lul, a Moroccan Jew.
She also heard reports on the
great militant Jewish leader
According to reliable sources, attitudes of t h e governments was
the teacher of the genera-
the French consul in Tangiers about the United Arab Republic
has been unable to secure the detention, since May 21, of the tion that broke with the tradi-
release of Mr. and Mrs. Lavy, Danish freighter, Inge Toft, tion of the ghetto and brought
the realization of Jewish
proprietors of a small three- with its Israel cargo, at Port about
story tourist hotel near the Said.
"For the multitude of his
Mrs. Meir, who is r e s t i n g
Tangiers waterfront where some
500 Jews from all parts of Mo- after her recent Latin American disciples and followers," Ep-
rocco are now staying. Mellul tour, will leave for Israel today. stein stressed, "Jabotinsky is
the personification and symbol
worked in the hotel. It is be-
of Jewish heroism, national
lieved that the three are being
U.S. Earmarks $30,000 pride, • vision, wisdom and de-
held in a Tetuan jail.
votion to the fight for freedom
It was reported at Geneva to Boost Israel Tourism and justice. For them he was
that King Mohammed V of Mo-
WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Al- and remains the incarnation of
rocco, currently vacationing in bert E. Farwell, chief of the a prophet and a warrior, a
Montreux, received a three-man Near Eastern Division of the weaver of dreams and a trust-
Jewish delegation this week.
International Cooperation Ad- ed captain."
The delegatiOn reportedly ministration, told the House
Protesting the refusal of the
asked permission for the trans- Appropriations Committee that Israel government to transfer
fer of small Jewish communities $30,000 from a technical aid Jabotinsky's remains to Eretz
in southern Morocco to the big sum of $1,600,000 designated Israel in accordance with his
cities, discussed the possibility for Israel has been earmarked last will, Epstein declared that
of Jewish emigration from Mo- for the Tourist Corporation of "his former opponents are well
rocco to Israel and cited pos- Israel.
aware that they are now hail-
sible danger to the Moroccan
The money will aid Israel ing as the essence of Jewish
Jewish community from - discus- to develop its tourist industry life the very ideas which they
sion of Arab-Israel relations at which is increasing its role as fought so bitterly when he
the Arab League meeting in a dollar-earner. The remainder proclaimed them."
of the technical assistance will

be used for other purposes.

Israel has been seeking as- Chancellor Promises
Israel to Publish
sistance on its project to de- Religious Freedom
velop tourism for two years.
Arab Song Book
VIENNA, (JTA) — Chancel-

lor Julius Raab told the Aus-
The first book of songs in
Arabic, designed to aid singing Belgian University Names trian Parliament that his gov-
ernment will observe the
in Israel schools and army Perelman to High Post
principles of freedom of re-
youth groups, is now on the
BRUSSELS, (JTA)—Election ligion and conscience in its
press. It will be available in of Prof. Chaim Perelman, sec-
September before schools re- retary general of the Friends of relations with religious insti-
open, it was announced here by the Hebrew University, as presi- tutions.
Among the problems to be re-
the America-Israel Cultural dent of the faculty of philoso-
Foundation, co-sponsors of the phy and literature of the Free solved in this area, he said, was
song book with the Arab de- University of Belgium was an- that of "just restitution of the
partment of the Government nounced here by University losses of the Jewish community
during the time of persecution."
Information and Civic Educa- officials.
Earlier, the Chancellor, in the
tion Service.
Prof. Perelman, who is presi- presence of his coalition cabin-
The book being published to dent of the United Jewish Ap-
help in the integration of the peal, also was named president et, had unveiled a memorial
Arab minorities in Israel, of the Friends of Jewish Youth stone in the Burgtor, former
preserves the riches of Arab of Brussels. He will go to India palace of the Austrian Emperor,
folk lore. It will provide teach- to participate in the Interna- in honor of the victims of the
ers and group leaders with the tional Institute of Philosophy, National Socialist era.

best in Arab poetry and song, to be held Aug. 31 to Sept. 5.
and will include some transla- From there, he plans a trip to Bulgarian Journal Notes
tions of Hebrew songs. All of the U.S. for an address before a Sholem Aleichem Centenary
the songs included in the book body of the United Nations.
will be printed in Arabic, with
According to data received

a transliteration in Hebrew and
here, Bulgaria has followed the
Latin letters, and a Hebrew Report Attendance Rise
lead of the Soviet Union in
in French Jewish Schools honoring Sholem Aleichem.
The new book fills a void, as
"Bulgaria Today," a finely-
PARIS, (JTA)—Education of
there were previously no collec- Jewish children in Paris reach- edited magazine published in
tions of Arab songs in book ed a new post-war high this year English, declares in a recent
form. This was a serious handi- with attendance in full and part- issue that "among the cele-
cap to the program, sponsored time Jewish schools 10 to 15 brated scholars who are being
by the America-Israel Cultural percent higher than in 1958.
honored by cultural circles in
Foundation and the govern-
The Consistoire Israelite of all countries this year for their
ment, of stimulating musical Paris reported that more than humanistic ideas, an honorable
programs among the Arab 5,000 children had attended re- place is taken by Sholem Alei-
ligious education courses in 23 chem, the classical Jewish

Jewish centers while almost writer. The centenary of his
2,000 more attended courses birth was marked in our coun-
Hebrew to Be Taught sponsored by the Donds Sociale try by articles in the press, com-
at Harvard U. Center Juive Unife. Attendance at the memorative meetings, and re-
three Jewish day schools in citations of his works."
WASHINGTON, ( J T A ) — Paris has tripled during the past

Modern Hebrew, together with four years.
Arabic, Persian and Turkish,

Synagogues Into Councils
will be taught at a government-
sponsored center at Harvard Canadian Furriers to Build
ish delegation led by Chief
University, it was reported here Trade School in Israel
Rabbi Raphael Saban and Dr.
by 'U.S. Commissioner of Edu-
MONTREAL, (JTA) — The Aaron Chiprut, president of the
cation Lawrence G. Derthick.
Canadian fur industry will con-
The program, to be conducted tribute $100,000 for the con- Jewish community h e r e, con-
under the foreign language struction of a trade school in ferred with the Governor of
provisions of the National De- Tiberias, Israel, Philip Gross- Istanbul on the forthcoming
fense Education Act, will pro- man, chairman of a dinner for elections for nine synagogue
councils which will group vari-
vide not only instruction in the project, disclosed.
ous synagogues scattered
modern Hebrew but also in the
The dinner was held in honor
cultural and economic aspects of El Herman, a leading figure throughout the city.
Permission must be obtained
of present-day Israel.
in the Canadian fur industry,
Fellowships are being award- who recently returned from a from the Governor in advance
ed to graduate students to do visit to Israel. He reported to of such elections. The syna-
advanced work under the new the dinner guests on the work gogue council vote is expected
shortly after the High Holy
in Israel of the Histadrut.

Charge Anti-Jewish Acts by Two Germans,
One a Police Chief and Former SS Man

MAYENCE, West Germany
(JTA) — Dr. Hans Haeuser,
chief of the Rhineland-Psalz
State Criminal Police, was un-
der arrest on charges of mur-
d e r i n g "an indeterminable
number of persons" as leader
of an SS Einsatz Commando
unit near Minsk during World
War II. Thousands of Jews
were executed there by the
A spokesman for the Rhine-
land-Psaltz Ministry of the
Interior, announcing the arrest,
said that when Dr. Haeuser
was reinstated on the police
force after the war, it was
known he had been "assigned to
the SS." It had been assumed,
however, that he had merely
carried out "routine police
duties in Poland and Russia,"
the spokesman said.

His arrest was a result of in-
vestigations conducted by the
Central Commission for the
Investigation of Nazi Crimes
which was established by the
various West German states in
Ludwigsburg last summer.
In Wuppertal, Hermann
Koch, 48-year-old engineer, re-
cently returned from three
years' emigration to Argentia,
begin serving a four-month -
sentence for libel and public
defamation of the dead.
While intoxicated, Koch had
declared in a restaurant that
he was "sorry that Hitler was
no longer alive because then
no Jew would still be living."
Unknown person have de-
secrated the Jewish cemetery
in the town of Rheda, police
announced. Vandals damaged
12 tombstones and defiled sev-
eral graves.


announce that

Alfred -Lipshaw, C.P.A.

has been admitted to the partnership
to be known as

Adler, Harelik and Lipshaw

Certified Public Accountants
17315 Wyoming
UN -3-4914


No Money Down


Convenient - Monthly Installments



Call BRoadway 3-4477





2-dr. 6-pass. sedan
Incl. factory equipment.
Immediate delivery.



12240 Jos. Compou

Immed. Delivery
on all models

I'm as near as your phone

TW 1-0600

Res. LI 8-4119

Be Quick Like a



We have complete listings on ALL CRUISES to the
Caribbean, Mediterranean and Pacific areas.

For Inquiry About
and Prices of
Your Choice . .

Or Visit



Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan