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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Ma rch 3 1, 19 61 —

Campaign Leaders Pleased with I Sen. Blondy Asks Marblestone-Lewis
Action Against Engagement Told
Progress; Report Meeting Today
Boycott by Arabs W.;

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Aesculapian Pharmacists Fra-
ternity and Society invite their

friends to a "Night of Games"
8:30 p.m. April 12 at the Rain-
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Mrs. Mrry atzman and Meyer
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Senator Charles S. Blondy
this week introduced a 'resolu-
tion in the Michigan State Sen-
ate petitioning the State Depart-
ment and the Senate of the
United States "firmly to oppose
Arab interference in the con-
duct of American citizens' busi-
ness affairs" and not to condone
the Arab League boycott of
Israel. The resolution reads:

Showing pleasure at the progress of the 1961 Allied Jewish
Campaign are (seated) treasurer, Abraham Borman; cam-
paign chairman, Paul Zuckerman; Irwin Green, chairman of
the campa'ign's million dollar plus food division and (standing)
pre-campaign co-chairman Sol Eisenberg and George M. Stutz,
treasurer of the Jewish Welfare Federation. The . second report
meeting of the campaign. is being held in the Fred M. Butzel
Memorial Building today. Campaign workers and leaders will
see sound movies taken at the campaign opening dinner.

Kabatsky Heads Federal Bar Assn.

Julius Kabatsky, a practicing
attorney here for 28 years, on
Tuesday was elected president
of the Federal Bar Association
of Detroit. The annual meet-
ing of the association was held
at the Henrose Hotel.
The Federal Bar . Association'
is composed of attorneys in gov-
ernment service and those now
in private practice who for-
merly were in government
service. Kabatsky was an attor-
ney with the Department of
Justice for 12 years, and is
now in private practice.
A 1928 graduate of Harvard
College, Kabatsky earned his



JULIUS KABATSKY

'Searchers of the
Sea: Oceanography'

There is great romance in
sea stories, and the new book

by Charles Michael Daugherty,
"Searchers of the Sea," which
deals with pioneers in oceano-
graphy, will provide a real
thrill for young readers, and
their parents as well.
Published by Viking Press
(625 Madison, N.Y. 22), this
volume contains many tales
about heroes of the sea, includ-
ing Fridtjof Nansen, Columbus
Iselin, Joseph Banks, Columbus,
Magellan, James Cook, Matthew
Maury, Edward Forbes and
many others.
The frontispiece in the book
contains this Biblical quotation
from Genesis 1:9-10:
"And God said, Let the waters
under the heaven be gathered
together unto one place, and
let the dry land appear: and it
was so. And God called the dry
land Earth; and the gathering
of the waters he called the
Seas: and God saw that it was
good."
There are many fine illustra-
tions in the book by Don Miller.
The one regrettable thing
about it is that the author did
not utilize the wealth of mate-
rials on oceanography in ancient
Jewish literature.

law degree from Harvard Uni-
versity Law School in 1933. He
has been active in Jewish af-
fairs here from childhood, was
a captain in several Allied
Jewish Campaigns and is asso-
ciated with a number of Jewish
communal movements.
Prior to his election as presi-
dent of the Federal Bar Asso-
ciation, Kabatsky served the
association as treasurer and
first vice-president.

U.S., British, Israel
Publishers Cooperate
in $1 Million Project

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Five
publishing firms in the United
States, Israel and Britain will
cooperate on an international
project to publish a five-volume
set of books on biblical culture
and history representing an in-
vestment of about $1,000,000.
The books will be published in
the fall.
The publishers who signed
the contract for publication of
the books, which were written
by an editorial board of Hebrew
University . scholars over an
eight-year period, are McGraw-
Hill of N.Y., Biblical Heritage,
Ltd., of New York, Interna-
tional Publishing Co., Ltd. of
Israel, Oldbourne Press Ltd., of
London and Jerrold & Sons
Ltd., of Norwich, England.
The 1,500 - page five - volume
set will be printed in Israel
and Britain. Benjamin Eliav,
Consul General of Israel in New
York, and Yeshayahu Stopper,
Consul and Trade Commis-
sioner of Israel, were present
for the contract signing by the
presidents of the five houses at
the McGraw-Hill office here.
Another project of the five-
publisher group is a forthcom-
ing study of "The Art of War-
fare in 'the Biblical Lands" by
Prof. Yigal Yadin of Hebrew
University.

Travel-Camping Tour
Applications Taken
by Fresh Air Society

Applications and personal in-
terviews are still being accepted
by the Fresh Air Society for the
"Teen Travel Tour," an educa-
tional travel-camping trip of the
country and parts of Canada.
Jewish experience and Sabbath
celebrations will be integrated
into the total program, according
to a Fresh Air Society spokes-
man. The staff will include a
director and two counselors. The
group is limited to 15 boys and
girls, ages 14 and 15. For applica-
tion and personal interview, con-
tact the Fresh Air Society, 18100
Meyers (DI 1-5666).

"A resolution requesting the
United States Department of State
to adopt certain policies regarding
the Arab coalition.
"Whereas. Arab nations, including
the United Arab Republic, Iraq, Jor-
dan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Yemen,
Libya, Sudan, Tunisia and Morocco,
functioning as the Arab League,
have been conducting a boycott of
certain American citizens, business
and industry, which has included
blacklisting American ships that
touched at Israeli ports, curtailment
of trade with Arab countries of
American companies even partially
controlled or managed by Amer-
icans of Jewish faith, and, further,
exclusion from the Saudi Arabian
Dhahran airbase of American mili-
tary members. and employees of
Jewish faith; and
"Whereas, The United States Navy
reserves the option to cancel the
charter of any vessel carrying Navy
cargo, if any Arab country refuses
to allow cargo loading or unloading
because that ship's charterers or
owners have previously traded with
Israeli ports; and
"Whereas, The De
platform of 1960 •
a ged • ection
of American
zens'
ghts to
wful
travel, pdrsue
e, and to
engage in
er 1
1 • activities
abroad wi
t d'
ction as to
race or rel' on; a pledged opposi-
tion of an intern tional agree n
or treaty which, by its
practi . s, diffe ti
America
citize
race or
ligion;
"Wher
, The
blic. P
platform
1960 p d d to .eek
end to t
sit or tr
restriction
blockade and bla
sts and,
ther, to
cure free om of n . A
tion on i
rnational water
cessation
discriminat' •
ainst
Americans
ground
religious
beliefs; now
e it
"Resolved by
nate, That the
United States D ; rtment of State
is respectfully
itioned to firmly
appose Arab i
ference 'n the o
n citiz s' bu
duct of Am
affairs, to
stain fr an
operation
ith the
a ,
to utilize
boycott a
a m
resource to redress
rcu
stances
d conditio
d to
prevent
em in the
re; and b
it furth
"Resol d, That copleg of
resolutio be transmitted
the
President
the Unite
tes, to
the Secre
of
, to the
President o enate and the
Speaker of-the House of Representa-
tives in the Congress of th
States, and to each m
Michigan delegatio
States Congress '

osenow

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the University of Detroit School
of Dentistry. A Dec. 24 wedding
•• anned.

IRA HIRSCHMANN, New York
businessman and civic leader,
who has been described as a "do-
it-yourself. diplomat," will be an
interested observer at the trial of
Adolph Eichmann in Jerusalem.
As Special Envoy of President
Franklin D. Roosevelt, he was on
the receiving end of Eichmann's
blackmail scheme In which a
million Jewish lives were offer-
ed in exchange for 10,000 trucks.
In a signed article, soon to ap-
pear in Look magazine, Hirsch-
mann has described his dealing
with Joel Brand, Hungarian Jew-
ish leader whom Eichmann had
flown from Vienna to Istanbul to
deliver his proposal.

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Bar Association and the Ameri-
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earned a degree from the Uni-
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Wayne State University School
of Law where he was an editor
of the Wayne State University
Law Review.
Tennen is a past chancellor
of the Tau Epsilon Rho legal
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of Centennial Lodge, Bnai Brith
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