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June 17, 1960 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, June 17, 19 60

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Heap of Writing to Earn Doctorate UJA Midyear Parley

For The BEST Deal on a
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Opens on Saturday

American Jewish communal
leaders from all parts of the
country are gathering in Wash-
ington this weekend for the
United Jewish Appeal's national
midyear leadership conference,
marking a midway point in this
year's nationwide UJA drive to
meet critical needs of more
than 600,000 people in Israel
and 25 other countries. The
conference begins Saturday eve-
ning.
Representatives at the Con-
ference will hear addresses by
American and Israeli leaders.
These will include Ambassador
Michael Comay, Israel's Perma-
nent Representative to t h e
United Nations, and Dr. Abram
Leon S a c h a r, president of
Brandeis University.

Synagogue Bombed
in Uruguay; None Hurt

Moses Goodstein has a right to look pleased as he
stretches his arms to encompass 22 loose-leaf fillers. Bound in
these simple black covers are more than 3,500 pages of
hand-written study on Judah ibn Quraish, a 10th Century
Hebrew lexicographer, exegete and philologist, which Good-
stein spent 12 years in writing and which he has submitted
to Yeshiva University in New York City for the Ph.D. degree.
This detailed study of the man Goodstein has termed "the
first comparative philologist" includes a new translation of
Quraish's "Risala," along with notes and discussions. The
Bronx Hebrew teacher received his doctorate from the Ber-
nard Revel Graduate School at Yeshiva University's 29th
annual commencement exercises June 16.

Memorial Tribute
to Joffe, June 29

A memorial tribute in
honor a the late Boris M.
Joffe, executive director of
the Jewish Community
Council, will be observed
June 29, 8:30 p.m., at the
Jewish Center, 18100 Meyers.
Announcement of the oc-
casion was made by Stanley
J. Winkelman, Community
Council president. Program
plans are being developed by
a special committee appoint-
ed by Winkelman and con-
sisting of Sidney M. Shevitz,
chairman, Rabbi Morris
Adler and Dr. Shmarya
fCleinman. Additional pro-
gram details and the names
of the participants will be
announced next week.

Coordinate Chilean
Relief; E. A. Schirmer
is Named Chairman

E. A. Schirmer, senior vice
president of Campbell Ewald
Company, was named chairman
of a metropolitan area com-
mittee to coordinate. fund rais-
ing and other relief activities
for victims of the recent Chil-
ean earthquakes.
The American National Red
Cross has made an initial cost
allocation of $175,000 to Chil-
ean relief and has sent donated
materials worth $412,000.
The American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee has
donated $7,500, N. bile CARE,
in addition to quantities of
drugs and foods, has made an
initial allocation --of 50 building
block machines, along with
picks and shovels with which
to assist reconstruction.

Lebanese Find 'Gang' .
`Smuggling' Jewis to Israel

LONDON, (WJA)—A Middle
East News Agency report claims
that a 20-year-old Jewess of
Aleppo, who was accompanied
by a Lebanese resident of
Aleppo, was arrested at Dab-
busiyah while trying to cross
into Lebanon.
The girl "confessed" that she
had paid the Lebanese to
smuggle her into B e i r u t,
whence she expected to leave
for Brazil. Later investigations,
the report claims, established
that her brother in Aleppo was
a member of a "gang smuggling
Jews into Israel."

3 U. S..Producers

to Film Capture
of Eichmann

HOLLYWOOD, (JTA) —
Three producers were reported
to be planning films based on
the trackdown and seizure of
Adolf Eichrnann, Hitler's mass
murder specialist.
Bryan Foy, in his first film
for Paramount, plans to pro-
duce "The Eichrnann Track-
down," with filming to start in
about eight weeks. The Mirisch
Company is planning "The
Adolf Eichmann Story" for
United Artists. Twentieth-Cen-
tury Fox will make "Adolf
Eichmann, Nazi War Criminal,"
for which it has put in a bid
for film rights to the story of
Tuvia Friedman, head of the
Haifa war crimes documenta-
tion center.

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*

Bonn to Press Argentine
for Extradition of Nazi
LONDON, (JTA) — The West
German Government intends to
press Argentina to grant the
extradition of Dr. Josef Men-
gele, a physician in the Nazi
concentration camps, who has
been on the "w ante d" war
criminals list for the last 15
years, the London Daily Express
reported. So far, the paper re-
ported from Bonn, the Argen-
tine authorities have "stone-
walled" the extradition request .
The Daily Express reported
from Buenos Aires that Martin
Bormann, top Nazi, who was
with Adolf Hitler in the Berlin
bunker where the Fuehrer died
in May 1945, "almost certain-
ly" died in Argentina two years
ago of natural causes. It said
the West German Government
had kept up a "running fight"
with the Argentine Government
in an attempt to clarify the
facts on Bormann, "but each
time a definite clue was un-
covered, the Argentine author-
ities suddenly turned vague and
obstructive."

.

Mexican Zionist Federation
Starts Yiddish Publication
MEXICO CITY, (JIA) — The
Mexican Zionist Federation,
recently organized under the
chairmanship of Cemach Port-
noy, began issuing a new Yid-
dish monthl y, Zionistische
Blaetter, edited by the well-
known poet, Jacob Glantz, gen-
eral secretary of the Zionist
Federation here.

MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay,
(Special) — The first outbreak
of anti-Semitism here in several
months was reported Monday
with the bombing of a syna-
gogue.
No one was hurt in the blast,
although a fire started causing
some damage to the building
and others adjacent to it. Un-
exploded bombs were found
simultaneously in other Jewish
establishments in the city. •
Police were checking to de-
termine whether there was any
connection between the bomb-
ings and the seizure of Adolf
Eichmann from nearby Argen-
tina.
It was reported in Brazil that
police had been ordered to ar-
rest any foreign agents found
engaging in unauthorized in-
vestigations. It was thought that
Israeli agents on Eichmann's
trail might also be hunting
other Nazi war criminals.

Install Paul Baker Prexy
of Accountants Guild

The annual diner dance and
installation of officers of the
Accountants Guild will be held
Saturday evening at the Roo-
stertail, when Paul P. Baker
will be installed as president.
Other officers to be inducted
are Roy S. Good, vice-presi-
dent; Nathan J. Wrubel and
Herbert G. Rosen, secretaries;
Fred Feinberg, treasurer; and
Walter R.. Naftaly and Charles
Friedman, trustees.

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