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March 03, 1967 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-03

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Modern Hotel Rises on Tel Aviv Coast

To meet the needs of Israel's rapidly growing tourist industry,
the Rassco Israel Corp., in one of its newest projects, is nearing
completion of the Park Hotel, a nine-story, 96-room hotel, facing
the oceanfront on Tel Aviv's coastline. Scheduled for a spring opening,
it will provide all the features of a luxury hotel, in addition to
large public halls and meeting rooms. The $2,950,000 hotel was
constructed largely through funds obtained through investors in
North and South America.

Israeli Student Union Is Up in Arms
Over Government's Censorship of Organ

JERUSALEM (JTA) — An all-
out offensive against government
censorship of the press was
launched here by the Israeli
Students Union, which announced
that the last issue of its organ,
Nitzot (Sparks), was forced to elim-
inate a cartoon found offensive by
two representatives of Prime Min-
ister Levi Eshkol's office.
The incident is the second involv-
ing government censorship revealed
here recently. A week ago, it was
discovered that two editors of the
illustrated magazine Bul (Stamp)
had been secretly tried, convicted,
and sentenced to one-year prison
terms for publishing material found
by the government to have violated
the state security law.
According to the Students
Union, publication of the last is-
sue of Nitzot was held up when
the editors of the student publica-
tion refused to eliminate a car-
toon to which the premier's rep-
resentatives, Adi Jaffe and Sha-
ron Keidam, objected. The issue
was finally released Monday, with
the cartoon deleted.
The lead editorial in the inde-
pendent and influential morning
daily, Haaretz, criticized the cen-
sorship and revealed that even Ha-
aretz was censored when it was
forbidden to run a story about a
meeting of the student union on
the cartoon matter.
In it leading editorial, Monday,

DOR U

Haaretz asked: "Is this information
also top secret? Is it against the
security of the state?"
Maariv, the leading evening daily,
said that the latest instance of gov-
ernment censorship of the press
"presents an unwholesome trend"
forcing Israeli citizens to complain
to the foreign press, asking the
latter "to right what they believe
is wrong."
At the same time, however, Ma-
ariv deplored the "stubborn re-
fusal" of the student paper to agree
to the elimination of the cartoon,
and regretted the fact that the
students made the affair public.

* * *

Tel Aviv Journalists Seek
Clarity on Secret Trial

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Tel
Aviv Journalists Association
adopted a resolution Sunday, call-
ing on the Israel government to
clarify the recent arrest and sen-
tencing in secret of the two editors
of Bul magazine for publishing
information connected with the
security of the state.
Another resolution adopted at
the association's biennial meeting
urged vigorous action against the
libel law and other restrictions
against the press.

Friday, March 3, 1967-11

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

People
Make News

ARTHUR D. SHMARAK h a s
been appointed as educational tele-
vision studio production coordina-
tor for the Oak Park School Dis-
trict, it was announced by Dr.
Otis M. Dickey, Oak Park super-
intendent of schools. Shmarak,
son of Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r
Shmarak of Freda Ave., has been
with the Detroit Board of Educa-
tion's department of educational
broadcasting as a producer and
director for the past six years.
While with that department, he
was responsible for training stu-
dent crews and on-camera teach-
ers, as well as directing and pro-
ducing shows. While obtaining his
bachelors and masters degrees, he
worked at Wayne State Univer-
sity television. He holds a BA in
mass communication and his mas-
ters degree in secondary speech
education. Shmarak is married and
the father of two children.
* * *
T h e appoint-
ment of Robert
A. Corbeil as as-
sistant vice presi-
dent and assist-
ant branch office
supervisor of
American S a v -
ings and Loan
Association has
been announced
by President Al-
Corbeil
fred L. Deutsch.
* * *
EMANUEL MARK, director
of the Labor Zionist Institute, has
joined the staff of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation of Detroit, William
Avrunin, execu-
tive director, an-
nounced. Mark,
who will be direc-
t; for of the profes-
sional division of
the Allied Jewish
. Campaign, w i II
continue to work
part-time for the
institute until
June. A graduate
Mark
of Roosevelt Uni-
versity in Chicago and the Jewish
Teachers Seminary in New York,
he has done graduate work at
Wayne State University. He be-
came regional director of the Labor
Zionist Organization in 1960. Prior
to joining the institute in 1957 he
was director of Sholem Aleichem
Institute. For 10 years, he has
directed the Farband Camp and
since 1963 has been director of the
landsmanshaft and organization di.
vision of the Histadrut Campaign.
He is a member of the culture
commission of the Jewish Corn-
munity Council. Mark resides at
22859 Bellbrook, Southfield.

* * *
It is better to have loved and
lost.
SEN. S. H. COHEN, a Labor
Than never to have loved at all. Party member in the Australian
—Tennyson Senate since 1961, has been elect-
ed deputy leader of the opposition
in the senate at a federal Labor
Party caucus. He is an active mem-
BY HENRY LEONARD
ber of the Victoria Jewish com-
munity. Sen. Cohen is the only
Jewish member of the Australian
Parliament and his election as
deputy leader marks the first oc-
casion in more than a generation
of a Jew to any kind of leader-
ship post in any parliaments, fed-
eral or state, in Australia.

New Music in Concert of European Selections

Resnik, violin; Meyer Shapiro, vi-
ola; Albert Tipton, flute; Arno
Mariotti, Oboe; Charles Sirard, bas-
soon; Arthur Krehbiel, horn; Paul
Schaller, clarinet; Alvin Belknap,
trumpet; and the pianists Lawrence
LaGore and Bernard Katz.
Admission is free. Guests are
welcome.

The annual concert of "European
Contemporary Music" under the
direction of Marguerite Kozenn
Chajes, will take place 8:30 p.m.
March 13 at the Friends of the Li-
brary Auditorium, Detroit Public
Library.
Mrs. Kozenn Chajes, who will
also act as commentator, has
brought new music from Switzer-
land, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Ro-
mania, Germany and Hungary, all
to be performed for the first time
in the United States.
Among the sponsors of the con-
cert are the Detroit Federation of
Musicians, Detroit Public Library
and Tuesday Musicale.
Maria Roumell will be heard in
Ernest Bloch's Psalm 114 and in
art songs by Franz Mittler.
The other participating artists
will be Emily Austin and Felix

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Tel Aviv landmark, the "Red
House" of the Histadrut, Israel's
labor federation, will be torn down
and replaced by a multi-story popu-
lar-priced hotel.
Yehoshua Levy, head of the His-
tadrut Hotel Corp., said 140 rooms
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