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November 04, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-04

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Help New President Judge Kaufman
Seek Arab-Israeli
Is Unopposed
Peace, Ike Urged

ATLANTIC CITY, (JTA) —
President Eisenhower was urged
to c onclud e his presidential
service "on a note of positive
achievement in the search for
peace," by taking the initative
to bring about Arab-Israeli peace
talks.

Addressing the 35th national
convention of the Mizrachi Wom-
en's Organization of America,
here, Mrs. Moses Dyckman, its
national president, proposed that
Eisenhower, immediately - after
election day, join with the presi-
dent-elect to give priority to this
issue on which, she said "both
major parties are in fundamen-
tal agreement."
The delegates voted to build
a vocational school for girls and
a community center in Beer-
sheba, Israel, at a cost of $150,-
000. The Mizrachi Women's Or-
ganization of Canada will join
in sponsoring the project, which
will serve 200 students and also
provide a cultural center for the
entire city of Beersheba.

JUDGE KAUFMAN

Russians Will Let Jews Go to Israel, Ben-Gurion Says

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion is of
the firm conviction that sooner
or later the Soviet authorities
will have to permit Jews to leave
Russia to settle in Israel. He
told members of the United
Jewish Appeal study mission at
a banquet here that he was sure
the time would come, "next year
or five years from now," when
the Soviet leaders would have to
let the Jews go.
During the coming decade, ,
Ben-Gunon said, two great tasks
will face Israel — the arrival of
two million Jews and the settle-
ment of the entire Negev, the

Southern Desert. He pointed out
that four million -Jews live today
in two large areas — "a great
country in Eastern Europe that
I • need not name, where three
million live; and North Africa."
These Jews, he said, were
"locked up" and forbidden to
migrate to Israel.
Sooner or later, he said, seeing
what was happening in the
world, the Soviet leaders would
have to let the Jews go He pre-
dicted about half of them would
want to go to Israel.
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman,
executive vice-chairman of the
UJA, expressed concern that

only one of Israel's two images
was getting through to American
Jewry—the image of a prosper-
ous, successful country. He said
the second image of an Israel of
maabarot (immigrant camps) be-
hind the shining housing proj-
ects, of grave security problems,
of precariously balanced new
housing projects, was not get-
ting through to the .American
Jewish public, thus making the
UJA work most difficult.
During their visit the mem-
bers conferred with Mrs. Golda
Meir, Israeli Foreign Minister,
and Haim Yahil, director-general
of the Foreign Ministry, who

n Open Letter...
My Fellow Citizens

To Judge Nathan J. Kaufman
goes the distinction of being
the only candidate for office
in Wayne County who is un- Dear Fellow Americans
opposed.
The Day of Judgment—Election Day—is approaching. We will all have to
He was unopposed for the
nomination for the primaries. make proper decisions, as we go to the ballot boxes on Tuesday, November 8.
I have given serious consideration to the issues. I
Having a t t a i n ed nationwide
have come to definite con-_
Authority Tells Court acclaim
for his work in the clusions, and I invite you to share them with me. -
Juvenile Division of the Pro-
Nazis Could Reject
My vote will go for the Kennedy-Johnson ticket. I feel- that the Democratic
bate Court, he was elevated to
party
leaders have much to offer us—in solving our domestic problems, in setting
the
Circuit
Court
Bench
by
Gov-
Execution Commands
up
a
firmer
foreign policy, in striving for peace in the Middle East.
ULM, Germany, (JTA) — SS ernor Williams. His election
will
be
automatic
on
Tuesday,
'7771 •
and Security Police officers
could refuse to carry out 'ex- since he has * no * opposition.
*
ecution orders at no serious
personal risk to their lives or
positions, a West German his-
torian has testified before the
Ulm Jury Court.
"In all my extensive studies
of Third Reich documents, I
Judge Nathan J. Kaufman
have not found a single case will address the first
of four
where refusal to carry out a parlor meetings sponsored by
death order led to serious the Junior Division of the Jew-
punishment," Dr. Hans-Guen- ish
ish Welfare Federation, 8:15
ther Seraphim, director of the p.m., Sunday, at the home of
Goettingen Institute for Con- Dr. and Mrs. Harry E. August.
temporary History, told the James August will be host.
court.
He will discuss juvenile delin-
He presented his testimony quency, its impact on the Jew-
in the re-trial of W e r n e r ish community, its causes and
S c h m i d t-Hammer, 53, and its cures.
Pranas Lukys, 60, both former
A question and answer and
SEN. JOHN
SEN. LYNDO
members of the Tils .
GOV.
informal discussion period will
F. KENNED
JOHNSON
Commando.
NSON
follow his talk. ,
Schmidt-Ha
a
Fred Keidan, chairman of the
I have
ed
the
issues
in
Michigan.
I
am
convinced
John
ainson
teltce to th
years' impris -
nior Division community edu- will make
od Governor: He has the experience. He is vigoro
He is ympa-
menu, an
ys to seven years
tion committee, describes the thetic to
needs
of
the
ppressed.
I a m for him, and I believe e ma' ity of
in Au
, 958, for complicity
ries as an opportunity for the pe
in Michigan arr for him and that he will
in th
urder of 526 pe a ns. ommunal minded young adults
our next Govern
to meet the outstanding pro-
T Federal
ess.
died their rec
. I know
or
ponents of civic betterment; to the'
ed the
me
of my
riends
for
r
rmin ,th
f hear their views; and to ex-
tims
ed change opinions with them and
I urge those in y Di
to
for
gresswo
artha W. Griffiths.
d to
the with young adults attending the
e is a splendid la and
eserving
of
our
su
series.
fenda
e has a good record and
that
am
sure
she'll
re
esent
us
again
in
Co
ey ha be
Committee .members are
to ex-
Two other m , who are not •
ute in cent
James August, associate chair
'strict but who represent the best in
Man, John Bloom, Miss Rose American traditions, desery
Congressmen
John D. Dingell and - Thaddeus
achrowicz are exc
Ellen Cohen, Richard A. Jones,
ited States Representatives. They have earned their
e the Beautiful Mrs. Richard A. Jones, Mrs. D.
hope they will receive your backing.
Lawrence Sherman and Miss
Sandra Lyness.
Attendance at meetings is
limited, because they, are held
in homes, K e i d a n said, but
young adults who wish informa-
tion on , the series are invited
to call WO 5-3939. -

...

Circuit Judge
to Address JWF
Junior Division

Brant rook

Tlursin,g glome

Arlazaroff Postpones
Banquet to Nov. 13

BRAND NEW ONE FLOOR ULTRA
Arlazaroff Branch 137, Far-
MODERN AIR-CONDITIONED
band Labor Zionist Organization
BUILDING
will hold its 27th annual ban-
quet 6 p. m. Nov. 13 at the
Schaver Auditorium of the
• Quality Care
Hayim Greenberg Center.
• Registered Physical
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Therapist
Morris Adler, spiritual leader
• Licensed Nurses 24 Hours
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Shimon
• Planned Entertainment
Bermanis, cantor of Cong.
• Bed and Ambulatory Cases
REP. JOHN
Ahavas Achim, will appear in a
REP. MARTHA
REP. THEODORE
• Unlimited Visiting Hours
D. DINGELL
program of Hebrew, Yiddish
GRIFFITHS
MACHROWICZ
• Plenty of Delicious Food
and Israeli melodies accom-
• Huge Living & Dining Room
This is a crucial year in world affa irs and on the American scene. It is im-
panied by Bella Goldberg.
• Patio and Grounds •
The Farband branch origi- portant that we should select spokesmen
will act for us with firmness as well
• Open Medical Staff
nally scheduled its banquet for as with dignity. The candidates I have li who
sted
possess
these qualities.
invite all
Nov.
2.
-Since
Wednesday
was
• Modest Rates
my friends and fellow citizens to work w ith me for the election of the I Kennedy-
to be the night of the Bar Mitz- Johnson ticket nationally, to name John
• 5 Minutes from Palmer Park
vah celebration of Israel, the and to return to the United States Hous Swainson as Governor of our great State
• Your Inspection Is Invited
dinner was postponed. All tick- Martha W. Griffiths and Congressmen Jo e of Representatives Congresswoman
ets and reservations made for
hn D. Dingell and Thaddeus Machrowicz.
FO. 6-8500
the former date will be honored
Most Sincerely
5000 EAST SEVEN MILE ROAD Nov. 13. Reservations may still
be made by calling Julius M.
DETROIT 34, MICHIGAN
Singer, UN 4-3157, or VE 8-6529.

Ko•des

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