Washington Still 'Leaves It ious
forces from Nasser's
Many New Novels
Jewish Name An Issue in 'Cave'
freedom of shipping through the
ably be superseded by an even
Robert Penn Warren is the
Suez—that's an issue that Dag Sinai Desert—it was Mr. Eisen
more potent laxative — castor
should handle quietly — the
oil. And this, they concluded
best seller, "The Cave," pub- solemnly, was a notorious
quieter, the better, as far as Israel.
On Oct. 13, 1956, Nasser had lished by Random House.
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Washington is concerned.
Johnstown, Tenn., story Fascist beverage. (The fact that
accepted the latest (then) of
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A a young man who was the Fascists did not drink eas-
Washington would like to for-
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. —
point. The U.S.A. had voted for
"Leave it to Dag" is still the et that, in February 1957, when the October, 1956, set of six trapped in a cave, the exciting for oil themselves but forced
details surrounding the attempt it upon their victims was not
"policy" of the Eisenhower Ad- I srael was being urged to- com- principles which ordered Nasser to rescue him, the publicity stressed). The Austrian Corn-
ministration—when it comes to plete withdrawal of its victor- to divorce Suez Canal opera- stunts built around them, the munists, for their part, put for-
Israel's stoutest claim for under
that a new
standing, concerning freedom of tions from all political consid- "p ublic relations" gimmicks ward the notion
Coca-Cola p 1 a n - t at Lambach
Back in 1951, the U.S.A. had that entered into it—all coin- could be transformed at a
passage through the Suez Canal.
voted for a Council resolution bine to make an excellent story moment's notice into an atomic
Observers here note that Wash-
sternly telling Nasser to keep that holds the reader's interest bomb plant. 'Tremble!' thun-
ington is again wooing Nasser
—while, privately, it tells neu-
the canal open to the shipping from first line to last.
The characters in the story dered Der A b en d, then the
trals and friends of Israel that
principal Communist paper in
of all nations, including Israel.
In February, 1957, Mr. Eisen- are of major interest. The re- Vienna. 'Coca-Cola is on the
"Dag will take care of things."
WASHINGTON — "Patient
Dag Hammarskjold's Under- seriously ill requires clarin hower—on a national television actions of the parents of the
secretary for Special Political please send urgently . . ."
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hook-up — promised before the trapped boy as well as of the
Affairs, Nobel Prize laureate
Once again, Irwin Shaw, one
These words were cabled whole world that, if Egypt tried father of the publicity-minded
Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, has just from a doctor in Teneriffe, again to block Israeli shipping chap, are exceptionally well re- of our most distinguished nov-
been in Cairo. He seems to have Canary Islands, to the post- through the canal, the matter lated. The father of the boy elists and short story writers,
gotten no satisfaction at all from master in New York.
"should be dealth with firmly who resorts to low tricks in the has come forth with a powerful
the Nasser government in re-
Because of postal rules gov- by the society of nations." game is the son of Mac Carland novel.
gard to the two ships with Is- erning shipment of drugs, the
Now it is 1960. And we are Sumpter, who is perhaps the
His "Two Weeks in Another
raeli-originated cargoes now im- message was forwarded to still leaving the matter to Dag. most impressive personality in Town," published by Random
prisoned in docks at Port Said— Greever P. Allan, director of
the story. The culprit is his son House, is packed full of action.
the Danish freighter Inge Toft,. the Post Office's international
It is the story of an American
A major item in the story is who is called from his home in
which has been there since May; service division. Allan—recall- ZIM to Drop Shares,
and the Greek "essel, Astypalea, ing a similar incident—notified Maintain Direction of
the son's resentment at having Paris to assist in the making
been named Isaac. He was mis- of a film in Rome. There he
which has been there now for Bnai Brith headquarters of the Ghana Shipping Firm
nearly a month.
TEL AVIV, (JTA)—A spokes- taken for a Jew by the Jewish meets a variety of people who
On Jan. 22, Hammarskjold
Bnai Brith last month inter- man for Zim Israel lines an- girl he fell in love with. In become involved in his life. A
himself join Bunche at cepted an all-points radio dis- nounced that the company will the trysts, she called him Ikey. brief love affair, a conflict with
Cairo for another try. "Quiet tress call for medicine needed sell its 40 per cent interest in It stuck to him in his bitter "experts," an over-night recon-
diplomacy" is at work. Wash- for a woman in Romania and the Israel-Ghana shipping firm, feuds with his father and his ciliation with one of his former
environment, and it is a cause wives, and a score of other inci-
ington likes it that way. A cleared the shipment with the Black Star Line.
World Bank loan of $56,000,000 Allan before sending it on.
A general tendency toward for self-hatred in the splendid dents make his two weeks away
to Nasser gets open U.S. back-
This week, the Jewish serv- achievement of Ghana owner- Warren novel. "The Cave" is from home eventful, tense, ex-
ing. An amount almost as great ice organization repeated its ship in investments in Ghana rightfully on the best seller list. citing.
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is given to Nasser in United act by purchasing and airmail- as well as nationalization
It is a- well told story by a
Another novel of considerable
States grants and loans. But ing the drugs. Clarin is used trends in that country were
writer. It will amaze
and major interest is "The
for treatment of arteriosclerosis considered here as factors in
us if this novel fails immedi -
and a high cholesterol condi- the Zim decision.
ately to make the best seller
(The Ghana Transport and i Morton, also published by Ran-
Communications Minister an- dom House.
The author, himself a fugitive Brandeis Honors Late Rabbi
nounced in Accra that his gov-
ernment planned to buy Zim from N a z i s m, a native of With Fellowship Fund
AND DELIVERY SEP.VICE
Navigation Company's 40 per Vienna, describes the experi-
with Refugee Theme
The memory of a well-known
Also Office Furniture.
of a group of passengers Milwaukee spiritual leader has
Forty-five plays based on the cent share in the Black Star ences
onored in a Fellowship
experienceS of refugees have Line to make it completely
being attacked by a German - been h
in his name at
been suggested for production government owned.)
BY SAUL CARSON
J.T.A. Correspondent at
the United Nations
Plea for Drugs
Aga n Answered
by Bnai Brith
FOR BETTER wall washing, call
James Russell. One day service.
_TO 6-4005. 526 BelmOnt.
The Zim spokesman said the submarine while on a trails Brandeis
during the World Refugee Year,
ending June 30. Titles, authors! company's share would be sold Atlantic voyage during the last
A number of Jews are on Scheinfe
'The ld Fellowship Fund,"
and publishers or agents are to the Government of Ghana war.
this journey, but the issues are a gift of the Sylvia and Aaron
listed in a supplement to the' which intends to invest some
Scheinfeld Foundation, will pro-
ewsletter being issued by the 12,000,000 pounds sterling in
— a woman
United Nations on events dur- ten more ships, a plan which the
dif- vide tuition assistance - annually
exceeded the ability of the professor f r o m Nebraska, a for a native of Wisconsin en-
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Negro, American students, the rolled in the university's new
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Among those familiar to Israel
The spokesman said that Jewish travelers and others. It Florence Heller Graduate
U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO.
American audiences are S. N. commercial and nautical m
I is an exceptionally well to
Behrman's "Rain from Heaven," agement of the Black Star Line story with all the tense School for Advanced Studies in
the "Diary of . Anne Frank;" would be retained by Zim under moments involved in the type Social Welfare.
Rabbi Sheinfeld, who died in
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Another Random House novel of the United Orthodox Congre-
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Israel's agreement with the of merit is "Where the Boys gations in that city and a noted
Robert Sherwood's "There Shall line, which showed profits in Are," by Glendon Swarthout.
NATHAN DeROVEN, Painting and
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It is a most entertaining story
estimates. Call UN 4-5667, eve- "Jacobowski and the Colonel;" be similar to those between
about college students' pilgrim- ZOA Starts $100,000 Fund •
nings, LI 4-5213.
Israel Zangwill's "The Melting Zim and the Burmese Five Star age to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to Aid Settlers in Israel
Pot;" and Gian-Corlo Menotti's Shipping Co. This firm is where thousands swarmed last
TEL AVIV. (JTA)—The Zion-
managed by Israelis as a na- spring for entertainment.
ist Organization of America will
tionally-owned Burmese com-
Swarthout, who served-on the raise a -fund of $100,000 to as-
• Plain dresses and skirts
faculties of the University of sist American and Canadian
Michigan, Michigan State Uni- Jews settling in Israel to obtain
Just before the General As- Bnai Brith Brothers
versity and University of Mary- housing, Abraham Redelheim,
• Flared dresses & skirts hemmed
land, knows students and their president of the ZOA, an-
• Plain coats hemmed $1.50
habits and therefore has been nounced here.
let of Belgium, chairman of the
He also revealed plans for
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able to write so intimately
about their habits and activi- extension of Hebrew language
asked for a roll call to deter- bers of Bnai Brith—will receive ties. He has gained fame for teaching in the United States
mine whether a quorum was a presidential award early next
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and is present-day
among the ,"Ulpan" system of teaching
istan, delegates present res- cally handicapped. ,
would be used, he said, and
ponded "Yes," "Si," or "Oui"
The award from President story-tellers. * * *
prospective students would be
FIRST CLASS painting, paper hang-
in alphabetical order, indicating Eisenhower's Committee on Em- E. J. Kahn, Jr., has compiled given 30 half-hour radio
ing. Victor Roderick, VA 3-1093.
ployment of the Physically his a r t i c I e s from the New courses.
The Byelorussian representa- Handicapped will be conferred Yorker into a truly entertain-
tive, not quite on the alert, on Mose and Garrison Siskind ing book, entitled "The Big Goering's Berlin Estate
PRICES paid for men's noted that some Latin Ameri-
at dedication ceremonies of the Drink—The Story of Coca-Cola," to Help Pay Nazi Victims
suit s and topcoats. Call TO 8-5595. cans had voted "Si.," Obviously
BERLIN, (JTA) — A Berlin
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POODLE PUPPIES, A.K.C., minia- concluding that whatever the
Center for the Handicapped in House.
denazification court has con-
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reasonable price. UN 4-6076.
In this interesting book, Kahn fiscated the Berlin part of the
in their camp, the Byelorussian a $2,000,000 project built by states:
estate of Gen. Herman Goering,
PRIVATE TUTORING, all subjects,
the late Nazi leader, worth
all grades, day-night, certified startled everyone by a loud and the brothers in 1950, serves as
c erin about 65,000 pounds sterling.
teachers. KE 3-8701.
defiant "nyet." Only after the a community headquarters and would
HIGH SCHOOL BOY desires employ- laughter subsided did he learn houses numerous charitable producers. because its inclusion The proceeds will be used for
ment a 2 p.m. General office. what caused it.
would antagonize such other- the compensation of victims of
DAVID A. MATLIN, Los An- wise irreconcilable groups as Nazism, according to Joachim
geles civic leader and sports en- orthodox Moslems and orthodox Lipschitz, West Berlin Senator.
thusiast, who is a member of Jews." He adds: "Coke is Kos- $50,000 Grant to HUC JIR
Jewish Welfare Board's Nation- her, as is Pepsi."
To assist Hebrew Union Col-
Here is another interesting
MOVING A & STORAGE CO.
al Health and Physical Educa-
lege-Jewish Institute of Re-
tion Committee, moved into line item related in Kahn's book:
ligion to train larger numbers
for the presidency of the Ama- "The Belgian Communists in- of leaders for world Jewry, the
teur Athletic Union (AAU) of timated that Coca-Cola was a Charles E. Merrill Trust of
the United States when he was forerunner of F a s c i s m. The Ithaca, N.Y., presented a $50,-
elected fourth vice-president at drink was a 1 a x a t i v e, they 000 grant to the school, Dr. Nel-
its national convention. He is claimed, and t h e y suggested son Glueck, College - Institute
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