THE DETR OIT JEWIS H NEW S — Friday, July 8, 1960
Two Jewish Titles on Atheneum List
Ben-Gurion Opens Scientific Parley Predicts Jew as
Atheneum Publishers, 162 E. on July 22. Crossman, one • of
38th, N. Y. 16, this week an- the two British MPo on the
nounced that it will start pub- Anglo-American Commission of
lishing by issuing its first book, Inquiry for Palestine in 1945,
"The Inspector," by Jan de has taken deep interest in Is-
Hartog, on June 27. rael. In his book, he will have
intimate portraits of Weizmann,
Patricia Rose Ullman, pub- Ben-Gurion and other Jewish
licity director for Atheneum, leaders, and also of Begin.
gives this report on "The In-
"Our first book is a novel
about a middle-aged Dutch In-
spector of the Criminal Investi-
gation Division, who meets a
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A Jewish doctor will be the
successor to 85 year old Albert
Schweitzer, according to Lisle
M. Ramsey, advertising execu-
tive from St. Louis, Mo., and
president of the Religious Heri-
tage of America.
Speaking at the Washington,
D. C., Pilgrimage of the Religi-
ous Heritage, Ramsey predicted
that, "Dr. Richard Friedmann, a
38 year old refugee from Czecho-
slovakia, will gp .''•
the hospital at
Lamb a rene,
when the time
of Africa. He
attended t h e
85th birthday Dr. Friedmann
celebration of Dr. Schweitzezr
and, during his five-day visit,
spent numerous hours in pri-
vate conversation with the med-
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trades," he said. "While I was
with him in Lambarene, he had
just installed a new electrical
plant and planned to fix the
"At the hospital," continued
Ramsey, "Dr. Friedmann serves
as surgeon and x-ray technician.
Everyone at the hospital agreed
that his charm and deep hu-
manitarian qualities have the
same stamp of spiritual genius
which marked Dr. Schweitzer."
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Dr. Friedman speaks seven
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West Germany to Indemnify Victims with $26 Million
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