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December 18, 1959 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-12-18

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Isaac Illandin to Address
Histadrut Rallies This Week

Jews Lose Battle
on Sunday Closing

PHILADELPHIA, (JTA)
Isaac Hamlin, • for 40 years a
— A federal court this week
leading figure of the Labor
dismissed a suit brought by
Zionist movement, will be a
five south Philadelphia Or
guest in Detroit this week-end
thodox Jewish merchants
under the auspices of the Is-
against Pennsylvania's Sun-
rael. Histadrut Campaign.
day blue laws. At the same
Hamlin, who settled in Israel
time, the court dissolved an
in the Spring of 1956 to be-
injunction which had pre-
come director of the American
vented enforcement of the
Histadrut Center and to serve
laws here.
as the Israel representative of
the National Committee for La-
The court said it was in
bor Israel, will address a leader-
full accord with the reason-
ship breakfast meeting of the
ing and conclusion of another
Histadrut organizations _ divi-
federal tribunal, which 'up-
sion Sunday. Under the co-
held the constitutionality of
chairmanship of Nathan Rose
the laws. The five merchants
and Sam Kaufer, this division
had contended enforcement
is gearing itself for the forth-
of the laws would infringe
coming 1960 campaign.
on their religious freedom.
Prior to settling in Israel,
Since they observe their sab-
ISAAC HAMLIN
Hamlin was national secretary
bath on Saturday, they ar-
of the Israel Histadrut Cam-'°
gued, the laws would, in
paign for 32 years.
effect, require them to re-
WSU
Press
to
Issue
In Israel he maintains liaison
main_closed for two days.
with American friends of His- Frank Barcus' Book
tadrut.
"Freshwater FUry," the story
In addition' to meeting with
of
the Great Lakes storm of Gus Newman Remains
the organizations division, Earl
Nov.
9-13, 1913, written by Home for Aged Prexy
Weingarden and Aaron Berg,
co-chairmen of the furniture Frank Barcus, will be issued by
Gus D. Newman was unan-
division, state that Hamlin will Wayne State University Press imously re-elected president of
be the guest at a reception for next month. It will go on sale
ii the Jewish
volunteer workers of that divi- March 1.
- Home for Aged
Barcus'
book
describes
how,
sion in the home of Mr. and
at its annual
in
four
hours,
12
ships
were
Mrs. Aaron Berg on Sunday
election meet-
destroyed and 251 men met
evening.
ing:
With the opening of the 1960 death in that savage storm.
F o 11 Owing
Associated with the Detroit
Histadrut Campaign officially
are
other of-
Department
of
Reports
and
In-
scheduled for Jan. 19, the pre-
ficers elected
campaign activities continue, formation, Barcus, an eminent
to serve with
and it is anticipated that a architect and illustrator, is the
Newman:
major percentage of the returns author of the pictorial guide
l Edward
"All Around Detroit." He lives
will be in by that time.
Fleischman,
with his wife and two daughters
Leonard N.
at 20231 • Warrington.
Linck's Book Tells
Simons, and
Harry Bar-
Arabs
Ask
All
Airlines
of Muslim Hatred of
Gus D. Newman nett, vice . press
to 'Stop ,Taking .Jewish
dents; Arthur A. Fleischman,
Israel in - -Pakistan
InimigrantS to Israel'
treasurer; Herman Mathias,

Prof. Orville F. Linck, of
Wayne State University, in his
new book, "A Passage Through
Pakistan," just published here
by the WSU . Press, describes
Muslim nationalism and reports
on his recent visit in Pakistan.
He states that during the
Suez crisis, in Abbottabad,
"everybody literally went wild
with enthusiasm for Nasser and
the Egyptian cause."
He writes that "as for Nasser
and Egypt, like all Pakistanis,
the army men had a strong
emotional affinity for what they
consider to be the Arab-Islamic
cause, together with a tradi-
tional anti-colonialism, which
means dislike, coupled with re-
spect, for the British, and hat-
red of Israel."
Another volume published
this week by the Wayne State
University Press is "An Econo-
metric Model of Postwar State
Industrial Development" by
Wilbur R. Thompson and John
M. Mattila.

There are eight rungs in
charity. The highest is when
you help a man to help him-
self.—Maimonides, Yad: Matnot

LONDON, (WJA)—The first
-Arab, Communications Confer-
ence which met in Cairo for
twelve days- decided to ask all
international airlines to "stop
taking Jewish immigrants to
Israel if they want the Arab
nations' friendship and co-op-
eration to continue," the World
Jewish Congress Inforination
Department learns.
Any further transportation of
Jewish immigrants would have
to be considered "a hostile
act," it was stated. •
T h e Communications Con-
ference, meeting. upon the invi-
tation of the Arab League,
recommended to the Arab gov-
ernments a merger of their na-
tional airlines. Delegates also
discussed plans for an "inter-
Arab" railway line and recom-
mended an extension of the
League members' road and rail
system.

DAYENU

secretary; and Ira L. Sonnen-
.blick, assistant secretary.
The home, 11501 Petoskey,.
offers a full program to its 300
residents. The agenda includes
therapeutic activity, work shop,
hobby shop, occupational ther-
apy, medical and nursing care,
'physical medicine and rehabil-
itation, recreation, religion and
culture, and social case work.
The Home for Aged is a con-
stituent agency of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, receiving
its operating deficits from the
Allied Jewish Campaign.

Zionist Movement Needs Internal
Changes, Mrs. Halprin Claims

On the eve of her departure
for Israel where she will attend
the plenary session of the Jew-
ish Agency Executive and the
forthcoming session of the
Zionist Actions Committee,
Mrs. Rose L. Halprin called
for a "fundamental internal
reorientation of the Zionist
movement."
Among the major tasks which
warrant attention at the forth-
coming Actions Committee
meeting, Mrs. Halprin singled
out the Agency's educational
activities in the Diaspora.
"In financial terms, these
educational programs absorb
only a small fraction of tthe
Jewish Agency's budget," she
said. "Yet with these limited
funds we have projected a pro-
gram of modern Jewish and
Hebrew education which is
finding acceptance in ever
widening circles."

Mrs.. Halprin mentioned - that
a number of American Jewish
organizations have expressed
conccern over the lack of depth
in American Jewish education.
She pointed out, however, that
public statements are not al-
ways followed up by appro-
priate action.
"The Jewish Agency has been
poineering in the field of Amer-
ican Jewish and Hebrew educa-
tion for the past. decade," Mrs.
Halprin stated.
"In its educational work, the
Jewish Agency stresses the
unity of the Jewish people."

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