THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, December 11, 1959-30
RELIABLE woman wishes baby sit-,. Aqaba Gulf RightS
ting, day or night. Call UN 4-6746.
People Make News
BABY SITTING, available anytime.
A testimonial celebration will
be tendered by the World Acad- chairman of the committee on
emy in Jerusalem to Rabbi Her- tourism and aliyah for the Zion- Arab Republic President Nasser
bert S. Goldstein on the occa- ist Organization of America, has is trying to divert attention
sion of his 70th birthday, it was been named to the newly-estab- from his difficulties in the Arab
announced in New York by lished aliyah department of world by announcing his oppo-
ZOA, it is announced by Abra- sition to Israel's implementa-
ham A. Redelheim, president of tion of the Jordan River irriga-
man of the
the organization. The new de- tion project, Israeli circles de-
partment will furnish informa- clared.
Nasser was reported by Cairo
tion and guidance to prospec-
dispatches to have issued a
tive immigrants to Israel.
statement opposing Israel's irri-
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gation project. Observers are,
Rabbis DAVID MOGILNER however, of the belief that he
of Israel. To-
and BURTON COHEN and is in desperate need of an anti-
Israel issue to cover splits in-
LEVI SOSHUK have been side the Arab bloc.
him are Dr.
named the new directors for the
His plan to stem Syrian oppo-
Samuel Belkin, Rabbi Goldstein 1960 season of Ramah camps
president of Yeshiva University, located in Wisconsin, Pennsyl- sition to the merger with Egypt
Mayor Robert F. Wagner, and vania and Canada, respectively, in the UAR is understood to
Judge David N. Edelstein, as according to an announcement have run into great difficulties.
honorary chairman. Rabbi Gold- made by Abe Birenbaum, The Egyptian ruler also fears
stein is the oldest living president of the National the effects of the reported move
American-born Orthodox rabbi. Ramah Commission, Inc., and by Iraq to revive the plan for
a "fertile crescent," a move
He is the rabbi of New York's Rabbi Seymour Fox, associate
that would join together Iraq,
West Side Institutional Syna- dean, Teachers Institute of the
Jordan and the Syrian region
gogue, professor of homiletics at Jewish Theological Seminary of of the UAR.
Yeshiva University, member of America. Rabbi JEROME
the New York Committee for ABRAMS will continue as di-
the United Nations and chair- rector of Camp Ramah in Con- Avner Succeeds Lourie
man of the board of trustees of necticut. Selection of a director as Canada Ambassador
the World Academy in Jerusa- for the California camp is ex-
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Ger-
pected to be made in the near shon-Avner, head of the United
States Division of the Israeli
Detroit attorney IRVING B.
Foreign Ministry, was named
ACKERMAN has been appoint-
as Israel Ambassador to Otta-
ed by Mayor Louis C. Miriani
wa, succeeding Arthur Lourie,
to the Mayor's Committee for Gestapo Army Men who becomes Ambassador to
the Rehabilitation of Narcotics
BONN, (JTA) — "Not more"
Avner, 40, was educated at
than 400 ar 500 fornier members Exeter and Oxford University
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Election of Rabbi AARON of Gestapo Chief Heinrich and had foreign service assign-
H. BLUMENTHAL, of Congre- Himmler's elite SS troops are ments in Europe. He was coun-
gation Emanu-El, Mount Ver- serving in the West German sellor of the Embassy in Lon-
non, N.Y., as the new chairman army, a commission of the don before being assigned to
of the National Jewish Welfare Resistance Fighters for a United the. American desk.
Arthur Liveran, counsellor of
Board Commission on Jewish Europe has been told by the
Chaplaincy was announced yes- Speaker of the Federal Parlia- the ,Embassy in London, has
been appointed head of the
terday at the quarterly meeting ment.
of the - commission. He succeeds
Hans Fritzsche, in giving the Foreign Ministry's British Com-
Rabbi Morris Lieberman, of figure, said there were no gen- monwealth Division. He is pres-
erals or colonels among the ently in New York, serving as
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former SS troops in the Bundes- Chairman of a special United
Joseph I. Lubin has been wehr. He- added that most of the Nations committee surveying
elected national chairman of former SS men are serving as UN pension questions. He will
the Society of the Founders of specialists in the Air Force or be succeeded in London by
the Albert Einstein College - of the Navy. None of them held a Gideon Shomron, first secretary
igl‘g e d i tine of rank above that of a non- of the Embassy in. Moscow.
Yeshiva Uni- commissioned officer during the
Mrs. Brandwine to Sum Up
versity, it was Hitler era.
Pancl at Sisterhood Meeting
He said the West German
Bnai David Sisterhood will
army had screened all applica-
Monday afternoon, in the
tions and on principle will not
::Nathaniel • L.
accept any applicant who was a synagogue social hall. Mrs.
Morris Brandwine- will give a
member of the special execution
chairman o f
and concentration camp units of resume of a panel discussion
the Board of
which she - narrated between
Overseers o f
Sisterhood members and the
A turbulent debate took place Jewish Family Service.
t h e College.
Lubin suc- in the North-Rhine Westphalia
ceeds George Albert, president Parliament over a petition en-
Who gives the poor money is
of the New York, New Haven tered by the Free Democratic blessed six-fold; who gives him
Party to ease some of the laws morale is blessed seven-fold.—
and Hartford Railroad.
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placing restrictions on former Isaac Nappaha, Talmud: Baba
Bathra, 9b. Ref. to Isa. 58-8ff.
Rabbi M. ROBERT SYME of Nazis in public office.
Temple Israel, Detroit, will rep-
resent the Jewish Chautauqua
Society as lecturer at Eastern
Michigan College, Ypsilanti,
BY HENRY LEONARD
this Tuesday and Wednesday.
MRS. LOUIS SIMON, of
Brooklyn, was elected National
President of the United Order
of True Sisters, America's old-
est national Jewish women's
organization, at its 109th annual
Corivention in New York.
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The appointment of Capt.
JOSHUA. L. GOLDBERG as
assistant to the president of
Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion was an-
nounced by Dr. Nelson Glueck,
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DR. ABRAM L. S A C H A R,
president of Brandeis Univer-
sity, in a letter. to Rev. Ber-
nard Hanninger, Methodist, of
Saugus, Mass., said that the
Catholicism of Senator Kennedy
should not influence his candid-
acy for the Presidency.
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HARRY H. MEISNER, com-
missioner of the Port of Detroit,
proposed the creation of a De-
"And this, Mrs. Aronsohn, is my baby boy, Max."
troit-Windsor international sea-
port, and his Plans were enthusi-
astically acclaimed this week.
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.,
(JTA) — Israel gave a one-
minute reply to a three-hour
Saudi Arabian attack against
Israel's right to freedom of
shipping through the Gulf of
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floor at the Committee meet-
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Ahmad Shukairy concluded a
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long; quasi-juridical , address
which he first began in an ef-
fort to "prove" that freedom
of shipping in the Gulf of
CARPENTER WORK of all kinds— Aqaba can be enjoyed only by
Porch. floors, steps, kitchen cabi-
nets. doors, panelling. Work my- the three Arab coastal states.
self. UN 4-1897.
Rosenne, in reply, told the
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Aqaba" was made clear in the
General Assembly on March 1,
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1957 and in the records of the
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United Nations Conference on
Law of the Sea held last
year. On both those occasions
Israel had made it clear that
it considers the waters in. the
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A move by Ahmad Shukairy,
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head of Saudi Arabia's delega-
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tion here, to inject a discus-
sion of Israel's right to free-
dom of passage through the
Gulf of Aqaba was effectively
sunk in the General Assem-
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bly's Legal Committee.
Shukairy uttilized his right
Res. to debate and delivered a long
speech claiming that the Gulf
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A resolution sponsored by
five of the 82 members- in the
committee suggested disposal
of the item by referring it to
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sion with - a reCoMmendatitm
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that the ILV handle the matter
of historic waters "as it deems
appropriate." The delegations
co-sponsoring the resolution are
the representatives of Greece,
Mexico. Chile, Japan and Li-
beria. Contrary to Shukairy's
suggestion for urgent action,
homes and repairs. Walls,
this resolution would postpone
arches, and doorways built
a study for years.
or removed. Patching $3.00
Rosenne took the floor again
up. Special discount on all
to say that Israel does not
attics and basements. Free
think that "historic waters or
estimates, City wide and sub-
historic bays" can be "sub-
jected to a single legal regime."
Election Results Show
Growth of Neo-Nazi
Influence in Austria
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55 — MISCELLANEOUS
VIENNA, (JTA)—Returns in
municipal elections held
throughout A u s t r i a revealed
alarming signs of the growing
influence of neo-Nazi forces in
In the Salzburg district, the
Freedom Party. a neo-Nazi or-
ganization, made tremendous
gains and increased the number
of seats it held from 110 to
181. Its gains were at the ex-
pense of Chancellor Raab's
Peoples Party and the Social-
ists. The coalition parties, how-
ever, retained their position as
the strongest parties.
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