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March 11, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-03-11

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Israel on a 'Lark'
for Studebaker

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—An
agreement was signed be-
tween Kaiser-Frazer of Haifa
and the Studebaker-Packard
Company providing for the
assembly of Studebaker's
Lark model compact cars in
the Haifa plant. The Lark
will sell in Israel for about
11,000 pounds ($6,000).
Assembly by the Haifa
plant of the Renault cars was
discontinued last year, when
the French firm surrendered
to the Arab boycott and can-
celed contracts for the as-
sembly of the car by Kaiser-
Frazer.

Nominate Two Jewish
Women to Hall of Fame

Two Jewish women, Emma
Lazarus and Ernestine L. Rose,
have been nominated - for elec-
tion to the Hall of Fame, at
New York University, by the
Emma Lazarus Federation of
Jewish Women's Clubs.
The election of Ernestine
Rose, suffragist and abolitionist,
is considered especially appro-
priate this year, the 150th an-
niversary of her birth.
Nominating Emma Lazarus
for election to the Hall of Fame,
the Federation called her "Jew-
ish poet, writer and crusader
for Jewish and all human rights.
Of the 86 Americans elected
to the Hall of Fame since 1900,
no Jew or Catholic had been
chosen. There was one Negro,
Booker T. Washington.
Letters supporting the nomi-
nations of Emma Lazarus and I
Ernestine Rose may be sent
before April 1 to the Hall of
Fame, 53 Washington Square
South, New York 12.

' Don't Yield to Rebels,
Algerian Jews Advised

PARIS, (JTA)—The Jews of
Algeria would be despised if
they yielded to demands of the
FLN, the Algerian rebel organ-
ization, to deny their French
citizenship, the Algerian Jew-
ish Committee for Social
Studies warned in a statement
issued after the FLN called on
Algerian Jews to affirm as Al-
gerians their adherence to the
cause of independence from
France.
The Jewish committee
stressed that the Jewish collec-
tivity of Algeria was not a po-
litical or judicial entity and that
therefore no group could speak
in its name "but nothing nor
no one can dispute the factual
and legal position" that Jews
are French citizens. The state-
ment added that Algerian Jews
had always struggled for their
French citizenship and have al-
ways been attached to it.
The statement also noted that
Algerian Jews, faithful to their
traditions, had always called for
complete equality and peace
among all elements of the Al-
gerian population.

Agranat Succeeds Cheshin
on Israel's High Court
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Presi-
dent Itzhak Ben-Zvi appointed
Supreme Court Justice Simon
Agranat as Deputy Chief Justice
of Israel's highest tribunal. He
will replace the late Justice
Shneur Zalman Cheshin, . who
died last year.

Justice Agranat• 53, has been
a member of the Supreme Court
since 1950. Born in Louisville,
Ky., he is a graduate of the
University of Chicago. He set-
tled in Palestine 30 years ago
and . was .first appointed to the
bench there in 1940.

ANNOUNCING

Of Israel's Most Exciting Folk Singers

THE ORANIM ZABAR

Israeli Troupe

SUNDAY, MAY 1st at 8:20 P.M.

Scottish Rite Cathedral - Masonic Temple

.

WRITE: Mardel Concert Productions
4254 Burlingame, Detroit,
or call: WE 5-1487
Tickets: $3.30, $2.75, $2.20, $1.65
Available at Grinnels, downtown; Marwil Book Store, Northland.

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VACATIONING IN Florida,
Mary Chesney writes about be-
ing among a group of fellows
who decided to get up a base-
ball game . . . They were short
one player, and finally per-
suaded an elderly gent to fill in
although he said he had never
played before . . . He went to
bat and the first ball pitched he
knocked over the fence . . .
Everyone stood and watched
the ball, even the batter . . . Ex-
citedly, they told him to run
. . . "Shucks!" he said, "what's
the use of running, I'll buy you
another ball.."
* * *
STUART FRIEDMAN, six-
year-old son of Jack and Martha
Friedman, was being congratu-
lated by his teacher at Pepper
School in Oak Park, on having
a new baby brother . . . "Not
only one," grunted little Stuart.
"Two of them!" . . . The teacher
told him how wonderful it was
and how proud he must be . . .
and little Stuart replied, "Aw,
what's so hot about it? We
didn't even make the newsreel!"
* * *
DESCRIBING HER first ex-
perience in an elevator, little
four-year-old Sherrill Ann Moss-
man was wide-eyed in her ex-
clamation, "We got into a little
room and the upstairs came I

UN 1-8591

Dr. Eisendrath Protests
Church Slur by Air Force
A protest against the inclu-
sion of "discredited and absurd
attacks upon American re-
ligious institutions and specifi-
cally the National Council of
Churches of Christ" in an Air
Force manual was issued by
Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath,
president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions.
At the same time, Rabbi
Eisendrath urged a "complete
investigation" as to why the
material questioning the pa-
triotism of some clergy mem-
bers had found its way into
the manual, and "deletion of
the defamatory material."
Rabbi Eisendrath's statement
was in the form of a telegram
to Dr. Edwin Dahlberg, presi-
dent of the National Council,
now convening in Oklahoma
City.

NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
American Mercury magazine
faces a publishing blockade
over its anti-Semitic contents
which may kill the periodical,
the World Telegram and Sun
reported.
The magazine has been under
severe criticism in recent years
for such material. Printers,
binders, distributors and retail
newsdealers have refused to
handle the magazine because of
its editorial policies. Publisher
Russell Maguire, a millionaire
industrialist who purchased the
American Mercury in 1952, has
denied the charges of anti-
Semitism.
The newspaper reported that
the "hands-off movement" was
unprecedented in the publishing
industry except for pornograph-
ic material. Three printers in
the past four months have re-
fused to continue printing the
magazine. A national distribu- Classified ads bring fast results!
tor dropped i•t several months
ago. The number of wholesalers
MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!
distributing the periodical has
Sammy Woolf
dropped from more than 600 to
less than 200. Hundreds of
And His Orchestra
newsstands, including most of
UN 1-2953
UN 3-8982
those in the New York area,
UN 3-6501
refuse to carry it.

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DINNER

LISTENING

DR. ARNOLD KATZ, Jos.

ton the 12th Anniversary of the founding of Israel)

SUNDAY

Against Mercury

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Hammarskjold said that from a
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major problems of Arab-Israel
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Hammarskjold said that he
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Open Daily 10 A.M.- 8 P.M. Closed Mondays
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nating in Israel. He declined to
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answer a further question
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whether he understood prior to
The Cundari reach the finest
the departure of the Astypalea
cuisine in a continental back-
ground with a choice of Amer-
that the United Arab Republic
ican and European specialties.
would give access to such car-
Luncheon 11 a..m-3 p.m.; Din-
goes. He said "I have received
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