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March 17, 1967 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-17

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Editor of Warsaw Paper
Greeted on Visit to Israel

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Hersch
Smoliar, e d i t or of the Yiddish
newspaper, Folkhtimrne, published
in Warsaw, told Israel journalists
here Monday that his paper main-
tains the only contact possible
"under the present circumstances"
between Russian Jews on the one
hand and Jews in Poland and the
rest of the world on the other.
Smoliar, currently visiting Is-
rael, was the guest of Tel Aviv
journalists Monday and was
greeted by a number of speakers.
He stressed the importance of his
paper to Polish Jewry which, ac-
cording to his estimate, numbers
now between 28,000 and 30,000
persons.

New Arab League
Opposing Nasser
to Be Formed?

BEIRUT, Lebanon (ZINS)—The
Egyptian newspaper "Akhbar Al
Yam" reports that Saudi Arabia,
Jordan and Tunisia have decided
to organize a new Arab league
composed of all Arab countries op-
posing Nasser's ambitions to do-
minate the Arab world. Efforts
will be made to secure Iraq's affi-
liation with the league in order to
strengthen the prestige of the new
body.
As an inducement, Saudi Arabia
promised Iraq permanent economic
aid. The Arab newspaper concedes
that the rift within the Arab camp
is fraught with catastrophic con-
sequences.

Goldberg for Senator?

NEW YORK—New York Assem-
blyman Stanley Steingut, Kings
County Democratic leader, pro-
18th Century Physician
posed the name of Arthur J. Gold-
Philip
Moses Russell, a promin-
berg as the candidate to oppose
Sen. Jacob Javits' re-election next ent member of the Philadelphia
year,
Jewish community- in the 18th Cen-
Sen. Javits said that the pro- tury, was one of the few Jews who
posing of Go'dberg, U.S. ambas-
sador to the United Nations, was served as a physician in the Revo-
lutionary War.
"a trial balloon."

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When the World Jewish Con-
gress in New York inquired
into Franz Stangl's background
in 1960, the German authorities
unearthed a picture (above) of
the Nazi commandant of the
Treblinka and Sobibor d e a t h
camps, as well as a Nazi docu-
ment which declared S t a n g l
"the oldest and best camp com-
mandant." St a n g l has been
picked up in Brazil at the re-
quest of the Austrian govern-
ment which wants to try him.
Stangl was born in Austria in
1908 and joined the SS illegally,
while still a member of the
Austrian police force.

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — The
importance of unification of the
"diverse parts" of the Jewish
people to help end differences be-
tween Jews and Zionists as well
as differences internationally
among the Zionist parties was
stressed Tuesday by Herzl Gesang,
chairman of the Latin American
Confederation of General Zionists.
Speaking at a convention of the
Argentine General Zionists, he
said such unification was essential
to preventing Israeli party prob-
lems from affecting Jewish life
outside of Israel. However, he pro-
jected Israel as a spiritual center
for all Jews. The delegates elected
Oscar Glaserman as chairman of
the Agentine General Zionists.

(but we decided to be brief)

8 NOMINATIONS

48—Friday, March 17, 1967

Argentine General Zionists
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present papers on various aspects
of the life of the late Supreme
Court Justice Brandeis at a two-
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Sunday, at the Jewish Agency
Building, 515 Park Avenue, New
York, under auspices of the Herzl
Institute. Six sessions will be held,
beginning Saturday at 8:30 p.m.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, presi-
dent of the Theodor Herzl Founda-
tion and a member of the Jewish
Agency Executive, said that the
conference will launch a research
project that will seek to locate all
source material on Justice Bran-
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