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November 04, 1960 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 4,

Two Brazilian Jews
Victorious in Election;
Pro-Nazis Defeated

RIO DE JANEIRO, (JTA)—
Dr. Gerson Berger, president of
the Zionist Organization of Rio
de Janeiro, and another Jew,
Francisco Silbert, have been
elected to the legiSlature of the
State of Guanabara, according
to final balloting tabulations
completed here. Rio de Janeiro
is in Guanabara.
The complete national elec-
tion results show that the pro-
Nazi Integralista Party polled
only 26,000 votes in the entire
country, and failed to elect any
candidates to the national Legis-
lature.
The Federation of Brazilian
Jewish Communities formally
congratulated the newly chosen
President, Janio Quadros, upon
his election.
Senor Quadros was accused
by Communists, during t
being
ter election campaign,
the ac-
anti-Semitic. He reje
up with
cusations, backi
he woul
announcemen
tradi
continue B
friendly p cy to and Is
side
oing
The o
celino K itschek, as a
ed that e plans 4'Si
frt).1
he le
soon of

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See Lifeways, Page 7

Labor Zionists Endorse Kennedy,
Ask Freedom for Jews in Soviets,
Oppose UAR for [IN Council Seat

The convention of the Labor
Zionist Organization of America,
which concluded four days of
sessions at the Statler-Hilton
Hotel here on Sunday, endorsed
the candidacy of Senator Ken-
nedy for the Presidency, ex-
pressed opposition to the
seating of the United Arab Re-
public on the United Nations
Security Council, addressed an
appeal to Soviet Russia to grant
civil and religious liberties to
its Jewish citizens and urged
Labor Zionists to participate
more actively in Jewish com-
munal activities related to the
support of Israel and the
strengthening of Jewish life in
the United States.
The latter -resolution
ressed particularly the need
promotion of Jewish day
ols and other educational
ams in Jewish commun-

as Cruso was re-elected
ent of the LZOA. Dr. Ezra
handler was elected vice-
ident, Joseph Cooper, chair-
n of the executive committee,
d Susan Br echer was re-
elected treasurer.
Both Presidential candidates,
Vice President_ Nixon and Sen-
ator Kennedy, sent messages of
greetings to the convention: .
Among the resolutions
adopted at earlier sessions was
one urging the United States

I wish to join my fel-
low-citizens in the 15th
Congressional District in
urging the re-election to

Congress of Representa-
tive John D. Dingell. Con-
t
gressman Dingell is one of
our most distinguished
Federal Legislators and I
am proud to be one of his

admirers and supporters.

-- MONNN ,

Veteran

Attorney

Experienced

RE-
ELE

State Represents

JOSEPH
GILLIS

10TH DISTRICT DEMOCRAT

This advertisement sponsored by

Mei Weisz
Jerry Harris
Jack J. Kraizman

Max Klayman
Seymour Caplan

S. Lawrence Stein
Robert Eston
Bernard Hoffman
Harry Pliskow
Henry Wartosky

Government to provide Israel
and all other peace-loving na
tions with firm guarantees
against aggression, to refuse to
acquiesce to illegitimate acts of
boycotts and blockades and to
reject "intolerable" discrimina-
tions which the Arab states prac-
tice against American Jewish
firms doing business in Israel.
Capacity audiences attend-
ing the convention sessions
heard addresses by Michael
Comay, Isr a el 's permanent
representative at the UN, and
Victor Reuther, UAW leader,
at the opening session Thurs-
day, and Israel's Ambassador
to the United States, Avra-
ham Harman, and the distin-
guished labor leader, Baruch
Zuckerman, at the banquet
on Saturday.
Substituting for Governor
Williams, Lieutenant Governor
John Swainson, in an address
to the convention, strongly en-
dorsed a program for United
States Government aid to Israel,
condemned the Nasser policy in
the Suez Canal, greeted Israel's
13th anniversary and urged
strong action for civil liberties
and freedoms for all.

Former Ambassador Tsur Guest At JNF Assembly in Washington
Jacob Tsur, former Israel Am- at the tri-annual assembly of the
bassador to France, now chair- Jewish National Fund of Amer-
ica, Feb. 23 to 26, at th, Willard
man 'of the board of directors of Hotel, Washington, D.C., it was
the Keren Kayemeth in Jerusa- announced by Albert Schiff,
lem, will be the guest speaker president of the JNF of America.

-

FOR A BETTER DETROIT ..

Elect

351 ANTHONY 1.

WIERZBICKI

for

Councilman

uolification is all on the
ony J. Wierzbicki.

A:

est quay ed candi-
"The
the list are to be
dates
mong those who are not
foun
ans, professional or ama-
poll
One, in our judgment,
teu
st ds out.

ki is a long-
Mr. Wierz
ublic servant.
e, dedicate
n.mental an-
He is head go
t Budget Bu-
olyst of the Det
ond in corn-
reou and • its

mond.

nized author-
s municipal mon-
and we hove come
when Detroit tax-

reatly need men in of-
ho know the city's fiscal

uation inside and out."

Charge Bomb Blast
Victim Was Member
of Hitler's 'Elite'

Detroit Free Press, Oct. 5, 1960

Isan Section of the Machine

LONDON, (JTA)—A German
exporter who was seriously
wounded last week when a
bomb exploded in his car in
scribed in re-
as a former
Bo
who, in re-
h-ranking Na
en working
cent years,
ret service
for the Egy
quarters in
and h
Cairo
nn patch said that Dr.
risn , 49, was listed
f Hitler's Elite
. a embe
, with e rank of lieuten-
n the security serv-
nt-colon
ice.
d been living in Cairo
He
ade periodic visits to Ger-
a
ny to visit his family. Press
reports attributed the attack to
a French underground organiza-
tion which sought out Nazis who
had escaped punishment for
their crimes.

RETAIN

SUPREME COURT
JUSTICE

Theodore
Souris

Nazi Charges Dropped
Against New Yorkers

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Special
Sessions Court in suburban
Queens County dismissed
charges against two youths of
attempting' to organize a neo-
Nazi movement.
John Wallace, 20, Hugh Bar-
low, 20 and Richard E. Phelps,
17 were -arrested last January
14, when hate scribblings, swas-
armbands and similar
were found in Wal-
in -Flushing. The
ace's ho
arged with trea-
three were
iracy, but the
son and co
were dismissed
treason
y were filed.
a day
victed on the
Ph
ge on August
y c
d to three years
nte
ow the conspir-
o ( batio
s been dismissed
arge
st W ace and Barlow.

\II

S ret
to A
3'7t

uckerman, Comay.
ess Labor Israel
nnual Convention

e 37th annual convention of
e National Committee for
Labor Israel, which will be held
at Hotel Commodore, New
York, Nov. 24 to 27, will be
addressed by Moshe Sharett,
former Prime Minister of
Israel; Ambassador Michael
Coma y, head of the Israel
United Nations Mission; and
Baruch Zuckerman of Jeru-
salem, leader of the World
Labor Zionist movement.
The conclave will hail the
40th anniversary of Histadrut,
the Israel Labor Federation.

MICHIGAN NEEDS HIM!

Look for the designation "Supreme Court Justice" on the ballot— %
BALLOT *SU
and vote the SEPARATE NON-PARTISAN JUDICIAL

6i)

VOTE THE SEPARATE
NON-PARTISAN JUDICIAL BALLOT

TUESDAY, November 8th

Committee to retain Justice Theodore Souris
Charles L. Levin
Mandell L. Berman
Morris Lieberman
Theodore D. Birnkrant
Stanley Michaels
Samuel Brezner
Harry M. Nayer
Avern Cohn
Mel Ravitz
Herbert M. Eiges
Louis Rosenzweig
Lawrence Gubow
Theodore Sachs
Carl Gussin
Harry Schumer
William Hordes
Sidney M. Shevitz
Sidney J. Karbel
Bert L. Smokier
Samuel L. Travis
Maxwell E. Katzen
William J. Weinstein
Jerome W. Kelmon

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