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December 09, 1960 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-09

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Detroit Corporation Counsel NATHANIEL H. GOLDSTICK
(right) presents Key to the City of Detroit, in behalf of Mayor
Louis C. Miriani to MAYOR ABBA KHOUSHY of Haifa.

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Goldstick Visits Wailing Wall in
Old Jerusalem; Gives' Impressions

046

Nathaniel H. Goldstick, De- not only on me but on all the
troit City Corporation Counsel, non-Jews was tremendous. The
was the first Jewish tourist to visit was the highlight of my
cross into the Jordan-held Old life. I am so proud of Israel
City of Jerusalem, through the and of what the people there
Mandelbaum Gate, since the have achieved."
founding of Israel in May, 1948.
Having seen many of the Is-
Goldstick and his wife returned
rael installations and the re-
last week after a three-week markable accomplishments at-
tour abroad, during which they tained with the aid of Ameri-
spent eight days in Israel.
can investors in Israeli indus-
Goldstick attended the 15th trial projects, Goldstick said:
International Congress of Mayors "I am completely sold on the
held in Tel Aviv, representing great significance of the Is-
Mayor Louis C. Miriani. There
rael Bond drives."
were nearly 800 delegates from
Goldstick handed the key to
all over the Free World.
the City of Detroit to Mayor
"The contrast between Old Abba Khoushy of Haifa and the
and New 'Jerusalem is almost Haifa mayor sent an acknowl-
indescribable," said Goldstick. edgement which was received
"On the one hand you have a j by Mayor Miriani on Friday.
modern city, and on the other Khoush d red that at pres-
side of the gate people live in
caves, and in the most
iriani to
squalor. The childre
ac . of the City of Haifa al
oma-ridden and
s a • nd praised Detroit as a dynamic
he City. i and beautiful city.
in the street
All the
ogues were de-
With Goldstick, in the group
stroye
all that is left is that visited the Old City of
rubb
he Wailing Wall, the Jerusalem, was another Jewish
acred relic for Judaism, I leader, Mayor David
m
onberg
last remains of King Solo- of Ashland, K
r Jew-
on's Temple, is st standing, is mayor
gation,
ut all the Hebrew nscriptions
wol f Saska-
have been rubbed
is
an, • id not ac-
on, Sask
just a tourist sit
to the Old Jer
"The impress

Max. A. Braude, director gen-'
eral of the World ORT Union,
arrived from Geneva, Switzer-
land, for discussion concerning
t h e financing
of the m ore
than 650 trade
schools a n d
other voca
tional pro
grams which
ORT conducts
in 19 co un-
tries. Braude ,
noted that
0 R T was re-
ceiving several
times as many
applicants for
Braude
admissions a s
could be accommodated in its
training facilities.
* * *
The Wayne State University
Theater's production of Jean
Giraudoux's "The Madwoman of
Chaillot," which is playing De-
cember 9, 10, and 15-17, is per-

formed by a cast of 31, including
Ira Guilden, noted industrial-
MARTIN SHAKAR, son of Mrs. ist and Jewish communal leader,
Rose Shakar, 2781 Holly. Previ-
has been ap-
ously appearing in last season's
pointed chair-
"The Importance of ,Being Ern-
man of the
est," and in "A Trip Abroad," he
National Coun-
cil of the
Plays the role of the ragpicker in
Foundation for
this - production. He is studying
the Jewish Na-
theater and has also played at
tional Fund,
World Stage, Sun Parlor Play-
house, and the new Vanguard
Albert Schiff,
Thea ter.
president of
* * *
the JNF of
America, an-
ALBERT A. LIST, of New
nounced. The
York, N. Y. and Greenwich,
Foundation for
Conn., has been elected to the
the JNF de-
board of directors of the Jewish
Guilden
votes itself to
Theological Seminary of setting up a pool of funds
America.
through wills, bequests and in-
* * *
surance assignments for the
RABBI MORDECAI S. HAL- purpose of establishing projectS
PERN of Oak Park's Cong. Beth in Israel bearing the names of
Shalom will attend a special the donors. Since its inception
conference Wednesday in Wash- six years ago, a potential of
ington Center of Foreign Policy more than $12,000,000 has been
Research and the Church Peace mobilized through the Founda-
Union.
tion.

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cted because the eoun-
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decent housir g," Corporation laboratory.
Counsel N. H. Goldstick told re-
Many Israeli urban and rural
porters here while attending a innovations have been adopted
convention of the International by the newly emergent Asian
Union of Local Authorities. and African republics who view
Goldstick represented the City Israel as a sort of "pilot plant"
of Detroit.
for underdeveloped nations. The
"It has been a moving experi- country's sunny Mediterranean
ence and I came away from the climate enabled the IULA dele-
conference with tremendous re- gates to do extensive sightsee-
spect for the endurance of the ing sessions.
Israelis," he added. "The trip is
a must for anyone who is inter- Montreal Court Probes
ested in seeing what can be
done to turn a desert into a Anti-Semitic Attacks
blooming garden."
MONTREAL, (JTA)—A hear-
' During their stay in the Holy ing in the municipal court here
Land, Mr. and Mrs. Goldstick was devoted to the details of a
toured Tel Aviv, Haifa,, Jeru- brawl which resulted in charges
salem, Nazareth, Tiberias, Cap- being laid against five Hungarians
ernaum, Kibbutz Givat Brenner, accused of anti-Semitic attacks
Rehovot and Ashkelon.. . on Jewish passers-by. Charges
This • is the first time that an against two others were dis-
IULA confereri'ce has ever been missed.
held outside of Europe. Israel
Complainants told of hearing
cries of "Hitler is back," "Death
to the Jews." But the judge
Judge Kaufman, Rabbi ruled
that an elaboration of this
theme is not pertinent to the
Syme on Committee
case. Complainants testified that
to Counteract Crime
their wives were insulted by the
Judge Nathan J. Kaufman and accused and that they were them-
Rabbi M. Robert Syme are mem- selves struck by the Hungarian
bers of the "action committee" youths. Three of the accused
of 18 selected Wednesday by took the stand to deny the charges
Mayor Miriani to press the com- and to say that they acted in
self-defanse.
munity's battle on crime.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, December 9, 1960

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