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January 08, 1960 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-08

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Anti-Semitic Source Traced to Cairo

What a Contrast! Israel's Justice
B-G Is Likened Cheshin Is Dead
to Ernest Bevin,

and Copenhagen. Some of the
anti-Semitic leaflets are being
distributed out of Elsinore in
COPENHAGEN. — The cur-
Denmark and out of Stavanger,
rent spate of anti-Semitic activi-
Norway. Another main distribu-
LONDON, (JTA)—The Times
ties around the world is being
tion center is Buenos Aires."
of London sees "definite resem-
directed out of Cairo, according
blance" between the personali-
to the influential evening news-
Israel Studies Events
ties of Prime Minister David
paper here, the Berlingske Ti-
Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Ben-Gurion of Israel and "one
to The Jewish News
dende Parz.
"Reliable sources," the news-
JERUSALEM. — The Israeli of his greatest enemies," the
paper states, report that the
Parliament accepted proposals late Ernest Bevin, who was
swastika smearing anti-Semitic
Tuesday, made by Minister of British Foreign Secretary dur-
campaign"has been organized
Justice Pinchas Rosen, to refer ing the final period of the Brit-
in and is being brewed in Cairo,
to committee the question of ish Mandatory regime in Pales-
Under • the supervision of Jo-
anti-Semitic manifestations in tine.
The analysis was contained in
hannes Van Leers. The latter is
West Germany and other coun-
known as a German ex-Nazi in
tries throughout the world, with a review in the Times' Literary
charge of anti-Semitic propa-
the purpose of issuing warning Supplement of Ben-Gurion's
in Israel's name to all the states book, "The Rebirth and Destiny
of Israel," which appeared re-
concerned.
The Knesset rejected by a cently in Britain.
The Prime Minister, like
vote of 60 to 18 a Herut-party
proposal for an immediate de- Bevin, the review declared, "is
A Digest of World Jewish Happenings, from
a shrewd and tough politician
bate.
Dispatches of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and Other
The Justice Minister, who who loves his friends, hates his
LATE JUSTICE CHESHIN
News-Gathering Media.
spoke for the government in opponents and recognizes real-
the absence of Premier Ben- ities without shrinking from
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Asso-
Israel
Gurion, warned that the gov- trying to change them."
JERUSALEM—Several hundred Israelis who joined in honor- ernments and leaders of the
The Premier's "bravest ac- ciate Justice Shneor Zalman
ing Zalman Shazar, member of the Jewish Agency Executive, on countries where the anti-Jewish tion," the Times declared, was Cheshin, vice-president of the
the occasion of his 70th birthday, heard addresses • by Abba outbreaks have occurred "must his order in 1948 to sink the Israel Supreme Court, died
S. Eban and Dr. Nahum Goldmann . . . A new ministerial com- be convinced that this is a Irgun-chartered ship, the Ata- here of a heart attack Dec. 30.
mittee for religious affairs will deal with regulations for the loathsome phenomenon a n d lena, in which he showed "his He was 56.
Born here, Justice Cheshin
coming election of Chief Rabbis, Rabbi Jacob Toledano, Israel must be eradicated before they uncompromising determination
Minister of Religions, having dropped proposals that the chair- grow from isolated incidents to to impose the rule of law in received his doctorate in law
at New York University, and
man of the committee to nominate a success a r to the late disastrous proportions."
the new state."
Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi, Dr. Isaac Herzog, be named by his
for a time taught in a Hebrew
The
basic
problem
now,
said
The latest developments, Ro-
Ministry and another proposal that the chairman have a double
the Times, is the relationship seminary in Brooklyn. Return-
vote. . . . The Palestine Economic Corporation has completed sen asserted, should convince between Israel and Zionism on ing to Palestine in 1937, he
the
leaders
in
those
countries
negotiations for the purchase of a 75,000-kilowatt generator from
practiced law in this city, then
that it is not enough to disclaim the premise that "Israel cannot became a magistrate in Tel
West Germany, to be financed by long term credits.
allow itself to be dictated to
"the
inciters
to
oppression
and
TEL AVIV—Thirty immigrants from Britain, who landed at
by an outside body," despite Aviv. When the State of Israel
Haifa from the liner Herzl, Dec. 27, comprised the last group genocide."
the debt of gratitude Israel was established in 1948, he be-
Arieh Ben-Eliezer, of the Her-
of settlers in Israel for 1959, the total for the last calendar year
owes to American and Europe- came an associate justice in the
ut,
who
moved
the'
debate,
being estimated at well over 24,000.
an Zionism, "which were the nation's highest judiciary tri-
charged that the resurrected first to make the idea of the bunal. In addition to serving
United States
swastika was not merely the
on the Supreme Court, he was
NEW YORK—Katharine Cornell received the 1959 "Woman symbol of anti-Semitism but return a practical possibility.
also president of the World
of the Year" award of the Women's Division of the American also symbol of a trend by Ger-
Zionist Organization's Court of
Friends of the Hebrew University, whose president, Mrs. Louis many to domination over other
Honor.
Gimbel,
Jr.,
announced
at
the
seventh
annual
luncheon
of
the
peoples
who
were
also
the
vic-
S.
(See Commentary, Page 2),
organization that the Katharine Cornell Chair in .Comparative tims of Nazism. He asserted that
Literature at the School of Fine Arts is being established at the Nazism was more dangerous to-
Hebrew University. . . . Captain Joshua L. Goldberg, Chaplain day than when the movement
Mrs. Berry Dies, Wife
Corps, U.S. Navy, Third Naval District, who retired from active first emerged to power in 1933,
naval service, was presented with the Legion of Merit by Vice because there are thousands of
Campaign plans for the sale of SZ Past President
Admiral Thomas S. Combs, Commandant of the Third Naval officers and officials in Ger- of Israel Bonds in 1960, which
Mrs. Betty Berry, wife of
District. . . . The Jewish Labor Committee asked Attorney many today "who are Nazi-rid- will mark the tenth year of the
Louis Berry, former president
General William P. Rogers to investigate the activities of George den to the depths."
Israel Bond drive, will be of Cong. Shaarey Zedek, died
Lincoln Rockwell, of Arlington, Va., self-styled leader of the
Rosen told the Knesset that adopted at a national planning
"American Nazi Party," which is distributing anti-Jewish hate the Israel government and peo- conference in New York of the on Jan. 5, at the age of 57. She
had resided at 3086 W. Outer
literature in Washington.
ple were "sensitive and alert" board of governors and execu-
SAN ANTONIO — The Opposition of the Union of Orthodox to any developments abroad af- tive committee of the Israel Dr. Funeral services were held
Jewish Congregations of America to the "regularization" of the fecting the Jewish people. He Bond Organization during the at Kaufman Chapel Wednesday.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Berry
Presidents' Club was reiterated by Moses L. Feuerstein, presi- said all Israeli diplomatic rep- weekend of Friday, Jan. 15, it
dent of the UOJCA, when he addressed the closing banquet of resentatives abroad had been was announced by Dr. Joseph was a Detroit resident for 35
years. She was brought to Eng-
the Southwest Region Convention of the Orthodox Union here instructed to report all develop- J. Schwartz, vice president.
land by her parents at the age
declared
that
the
"regularization"
of
the
Presidents'
Club
and
ments and the official and pop-
All sessions of the three- of 2 and received her educa-
would be detrimental to the interests of the State of Israel and ular reactions. When all the in- day conference will take place
tion there. She met her future
the American Jewish community.
formation is studied, he added, at the Biltmore Hotel, New husband in England but they
"the Israel government will York. Dr. Schwartz said that were married in Detroit short-
Europe
the meeting of Jan. 15-17 will ly after her arival here 35 years,
AMSTERDAM—The Amsterdam City Council has named act."
He said there were grounds review the results of the 1959 ago, in 1924. Mr. Berry pre-
city
street
for
the
late
Jewish
journalist
and
banker,
S.
F.
a
for suspicion that an interna- campaign for Israel Bonds, and ceded her to Detroit in 1922.
von Osa, of the Hague, and the naming of streets for the Jewish
plan a- program for the coming
artists, Louis David and Edward and David Bamberg, also is tional organization existing in
She shared her husband's
year.
Central
Germany,
or
if
located
many interests in communal
planned. . . .
PARIS — Premier Michel Debre, fighting for Parliamentary elsewhere using the German
activities and herself was active
approval of a bill permitting the government to subsidize private language, was active in co-ordi- Jury of 20 Jewish Leaders in the Shaarey Zedek Sister-
schools in France without assuming control over their curriculum, nating the anti-Semitic acts in a to Select Weil Awards
hood, the Jewish Welfare Board,
cited the fact that "Jews and Freemasons" had found a haven number of countries.
Selection of the 1960 winners Hadassah and the Ladies Auxil-
of JWB's three Frank L. Weil iary of the United Hebrew
in the private schools during the Nazi occupation of France as
an argument in support of the proposal . . . The Paris Con- Anti-Semitic Incident
Awards will be made by a jury Schools.
sistory launched a campaign for 150,000,000 francs ($300,000) A First for Iowa
Besides her husband, Mrs.
composed of 20 national Jewish
to help cover the spiritual and cultural needs of the Jewish
MARSHALLTOWN, Ia. — Po- leaders, Solomon Litt, JWB Berry leaves a son, Harold; a
refugees from North Africa who have arrived in France in lice disclosed Tuesday that the president, announced.
daughter, Mrs. Harvey Snider;
considerable numbers in the past five years.
Marshalltown synagogue was
Justice Stanley H. Fuld, New and four grandchildren.
The decision of a French court that persons who have desecrated Monday night by
York, associate justice of the
purchased plots in Jewish cemeteries must be buried there even painting of a swastika.
New York State Court of Ap- Recently Bar Mitzvah,
if they later adopted another religion is under study by the
Police Chief D. A. Dooley or- peals, will again serve as chair-
Boy Dies of Leukemia ,
Jewish communal leaders.
ganized a search for the perpe-
LONDON—One of England's m ost widely circulated news- trators, stating that the Congre- man of the jury of awards
Raphael Aryeh Rockove, 13-
whose
designations
will
be
an-
papers, the London Sunday Dispatch, one of the Rothermere gation Sons of Israel synagogue
year-old son of Rabbi and Mrs.
nounced
at
the
April
2
banquet
chain of papers, condemned the agreement under which the was defaced. by "some stupid,
session of JWB's National Bien- Israel I. Rockove, 3816 Fuller-
Krupp firm of West Germany will pay compensation to Jews moronic imbeciles."
ton, died suddenly Jan. 1, in
nial Convention in St. Louis.
who worked as slave laborers in the Krupp plants during World
Sinai Hospital, a victim of leu-
He served notice publicly that
War II, and stated in an editorial that Alfred Krupp von Bohlen "this is a church town and we
kemia.
and Halbach, owner of the industrial empire, has a fortune don't go for that kind of stuff Detroiter Dies in Crash;
The youth who had become
"reared on the blood and misery and starvation of 12,000 Jewish around here." Chief Dooley said: Wife, Brother Injured
Bar Mitzvah only eight weeks
slaves who worked for him during the war."
"We've never had this kind' of
A 75-year-old Detroiter, Harry ago was a student at the Telshe
VIENNA — The leadership of Poland's Union of Jewish stuff before and we don't like
Adler, died in an automobile Yeshiva in Cleveland. His
Cultural Organizations has been sharply attacked in the Polish- it.
accident on Dec. 29, near Ham- father is the executive director
Yiddish press for failing to fight against Jews engaging in
ilton, Ont. His wife, Dora, and of the Hebrew Benevolent So-
various "anti-social, criminal, immoral and unethical acts," the Palestine Economic Corp.
his brother, Sam, were both ciety.
attack appearing in the latest issue of Die Folkshtimme, the Shows higher 1959 Earnings
Besides his parents, Raphael
injured in the collision with
Yiddish-language newspaper published in Warsaw, copies of
Higher earnings for 1959 and
is survived by his grandparents,
another car.
which were received here.
expanding operations in 1960
Services for Mr. Adler, of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mirvis, of
were announced by Palestine
Canada
3038
Fullerton, were held at Baltimore, Md.; four brothers,
MONTREAL—Forty-eight leaders of Canadian Jewry left Economic Corporation, N e w the Hebrew Memorial Society. David, Elihu, Nehemiah I. and
York, whose board of directors
for Israel for a 10-day survey of Israel's current social and declared a regular four per-
Besides his wife and brother, Ephraim; and two sisters, Ro-
economic problems, preparatory to formulation of Canadian
Mr. Adler is survived by two chelle Leah and Mina.
cent
cash
dividend
.for
the
past
Jewry's program of 1960 activities in aid of "meeting the tre-
sons, Leo, of Los Angeles, and
mendous backlog of unmet human needs" in Israel, according to 12 months. The dividend, Nathan; two daughters, Mrs.
God is my strength and pow-
amounting to $1 per share of
announcement
by
the
co-chairmen
of
the
group,
Lawrence
and he maketh my way
an
er:
Leonard
Cohen
and
Ann,
of
Freiman, president of the Zionist Organization of Canada, and common stock, will be payable Boston; and five grandchildren. perfect.—II Sam. 22:33.
Feb.
26.
Samuel Bronfman, president of the Canadian Jewish Congress.

Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News

ganda on the staff of United
Arab Republic President Gamal
Nasser.
"It is wrong to believe that
Germany is they source of this
epidemic," the newspaper de-
clares. "The poison is brewed in
Cairo. All the young hooligans
painting swastikas and distrib-
uting leaflets get their inspira-
tion from Cairo, whether they
operate in Bonn or elsewhere."
"Nasser's propaganda," con-
tinues Berlingske Tidende, "is
beginning to work. Some of it is
distributed by the Scandinavia
Arab Friendship Union which
has central offices in Stockholm

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