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November 25, 1960 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-25

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TV 'Airs' Zim Program Menachem Begin Lauds U.S. Election Spirit; Slates Detroit Visit

,

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

11.1



-

JERUSALEM — A renewed ef-
fort will be made to persuade
former Prime Minister Sharett to
accept the post of chairman of
the Jewish Agency executive in
Jerusalem and co-president with
Dr. Nahum Goldmann of the
World Zionist Organization, au-
thoritative sources reported here
Tuesday.
The new effort will be made
when Sharett returns to Israel
from his current tour of the
United States. The co-presidency
proposal was made several weeks
ago by Mapai sources, who also
suggested the former Prime Min-
ister for the Agency Executive
chairmanship, with a proviso
which would give him equal
status with Dr. Goldmann.
Dr. Goldmann was understood
to be favorable, but Prime Min-
ister Ben-Gurion was reported to
doubt the practicability of the
idea.
Sharett rejected the proposal,
but he will be approached again.
If he accepts, he would be in
charge of all Zionist activities in
Israel and those directly connect-
ed with Israel. Dr. Goldmann
would devote most of his atten-
tion to the world Zionist move-
ment and to organization of world
Jewry in a continuation of the
changes in the 25th World Zion-
ist Congress, which, for the first
time will include representation
from-non-Zionist organizations.
The proposals to Sharett are
part of the preparations for the
World Zionist Congress next
Month, in which a new Jewish
Agency Executive will be elected.
Dr. Goldmann has been trying
to persuade the Zionist parties to
send their top representatives for
the new executive. He also seeks
action to make the chairmen of
the Jewish National Fund and
K e r en Hayesod automatically
members of the executive. An-
other proposal calls for naming
Agency Executive members with
offices in Europe and South
America.

Announcing

The appointment of
MELVIN WEISZ

as an associate in the Detroit-
Gold Agency of t e Massa-
Insurance
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Zim Lines- hostess Miss Ina
Carmel (right) described the Zim
Lines' West Indies Cruise pro-
gram for '60-'61 to interviewer
Carol Knox on the "Family
Show" over WNBC-TV Novem-
ber 1. Miss Carmel, an actress
by profession, is following the
sea for awhile in order to help
bring something of her country's
unique spirit and culture to pas-
sengers aboard Zim Lines ships.

Nine Documents .
on Eiehmann Sent
to Israel Court

PARIS—A number of docu-
ments shedding new light on
the activities of Adolf Eich-
mann, have been flown to Isra
from France, it was disclos
here Tuesday.
The • documents origin ed
from the proceedings of Fr ch
military tribunals, includin: the
trial of the Gestapo chin in
France, Knochem, and • her
hitherto undisclosed evide e.
Another important collec on
of documents is in the Fre h
national archive, but desp
protracted negotiations be
tween the Israel Embassy here
and the French Foreign Min-
istry, these documents for some
unknown reason have not yet
been made available to Israel.
It was hoped they would be
available before Dec. 1, when
the prosecution in the forthcom-
ing Eichmann trial will close its
files.

The hope that the free world erect a new ospital for the fi • hters f r freedom, members
ah, Palmach
would not permit such an ag- mentally ill to replace the
g that
and Mach
e loci in the fortress
gressive country as the United
e Irgun never
e fighter
The Herut
s
at
Arab Republic to occupy a seat
special gratitude
1
rop d that the for- asked
on the United Nations Securi
inction but curiously
Council, was expressed in New
• k is
ough, whe
York at a press conference this
d,
publi
week by Menachem Begin, mem-
e
cisive part played
ber of the Knesset, Israel's par-
gun in the liberation of
liament, and leader of the Herut
or
rael is
i either d' inishe
party.
meetin
dd ssing
ork, d' torte •
New
Begin, who arrived for a visi C negie
that the
ry of
to this country, was met at the B in
of the
aeli War of
beration
N.Y. airport by hundreds of the
Canada was
great in fictio
ut greater
friends and admirers.
h onor
nior Achievement
n reality.
Lauding the spirit of the rec
New York City. .
Begin paid t • ute to all rec
American elections, the ut
leader said that all Isr•'with-
out exception" , w • convinced
that the friendly relations be-
tween Israel and the United
States would continue to grow
IS BACK FROM HIS SIXTH. VISIT TO
stronger in the future.
EUROPE and ISRAEL
It was announced that Begin
will embark on a lecture tour
Call Him Today for Personal and Experienced Service
covering the principal cities in
Diamond 1-4004
the United States. He is sched-
uled to appear at the Jewish Cen-
Open Sunday 11 to 3 • Evening Appointments
ter in Detroit, under the auspices
of the Zionists-Revisionists, on
Jan. 22. His topic will be "Exo-
21 YEARS SELLING AMERICA'S CHOICE --
dus—Fact
As
of the • ading char-
ac s depicted in
l g
CHEVROLET "
vel by Le
ris, Begin
commander- chief of the Irgun
or the very best deal on a new car — plus
. . extra good service, prompt delivery —
Zvai Leumi.
lease call me — I'm as near to you as
Tickets or the even
be
our phone!
obtained
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Begin
his rrival.
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14501 W. 7 MILE RD.
Bus. UN 4-2300; Res. UN 4-9039

for the Israel
rnment to

11 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, November 25, 1960

Urge Sharett for
World Zionism's
Co-Chairmanship

"

IS FABER

HANLEY DAWSON CHEVROLET

`Warsaw Ghetto' Film
Censored as Gruesome

LONDON — The uncut ver-
sion of the Nazi film "The War-
saw Ghetto" was shown private-
ly to critic Monday after it was
confirmed that the film will not
be distributed for public show-
ings because the Plato Film
Company has refused to comply
with the British censor's de-
mands for cuts of some of the
more gruesome scenes.
The Daily Telegraph film
commentator, one of those who
saw the uncensored version, said.
that several films of Nazi atroci- E
ties had been shown in Britain I
since the end of the war, but
"none more harrowing than I
U
this."
He said that "death by star- I
vation" recorded in the film ap- I
peared to him to be "even more
appalling than by gas." He I
added that the film was one ■
that could be viewed only by
those with the strongest stom- I
ac s.
e film is
• e shown at I
e said, it
• uld "surely be
sh n unc
he depravity of I
the
sode should not be I
in'
d."

■■.

en Hart's 'Act One'

ass Hart's autobiographical
ook, "Act One," will be brought
to the screen by Warner Bros.,
Logan doubling as
co-author of the
Hart, who has a hit
y, recently suffered
tack.

ARMOND E. COHEN,

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Synagogue, Cleveland,
SENSTEIN, president of
Jewish Reconstructionist
ndation, New York, and
WARD SANDROW, of Tem- 111
le Beth El, Cedarhurst, N.Y., I
president of the Rabbinical As-
sembly, will attend the World 1 11
Zionist Congress convening in III
Jerusalem on Dec. 27, as non-
member observers for the Rab-
binical Assembly.




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