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October 30, 1959 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-30

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Issue
May Be Brought
to Parliament

Second American 'Renault
Jewish Scientist

Gets Nobel Prize

Beduins' Readmission Offered by
Israel; Must Prove Their Residence

FOR THE FINEST
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SEE
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The the Negev with herds grazing in
Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Arab territory.'
Commission accepted an Israel
Israel normally does not in-
proposal to screen for possible
• 'Continued from Page- 1 • re-admission to Israel more than terfere but there was reported
AT
Navigation Company to place 100 Beduins who claim they reason to believe that some of
the
Beduin
have
been
trained
orders for the construction of a were expelled.
by Egyptian intelligence and
$3,500,000 passenger liner with
Certified Master
The Israel delegation to the have conducted sabotage and
a shipyard in Nantes, France.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
•murder in Israel. Israel author-
MAC
made
the
offer
on
condi-
Maurice Couve de Murville,
ities therefore decided to make
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French Foreign Minister, re- tion the Beduin could prove these Beduin unwelcome.
crtniirrtnrMrininP
they
were
Israel
citizens
and
iterated in a letter to Mrs.
Golda Meir that the Renault residents. Leading sheikhs of
cancellation of Israel oper- tht Azazme tribe, to which the
FOR THE BEST DEAL
ations did not reflect any alleged expellees 'belong, will
come
to
Israel,
with
United
Na-
change in the strong Franco-
ON THE LEADER FOR 1960 —
Israel friendship ties. Observ- tions observers, in an effort to
THE "WIDE TRACK" PONTIAC.
ers here felt that both Israel show where the Beduin resided
and France intended to con- and to find ways to prove their
sider the issue as politically citizenship.
It was indicated here that the
closed. From the standpoint
of economics, however, the Beduin involved were the sev-
General Sales Manager
question was still considered eral thousand nomads, living
open. The Kaiser-Frazer com- most of the time in Egypt or
pany at Haifa was still report- Jordan, who often cross into

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DR. EMILIO SEGRE

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Dr.
Emilio Segre became the sec-
ond American Jew to win a
1959 Nobel Prize when it was
disclosed that the Italian-born
physicist was named co-winner
of the Nobel Prize in physics
with Dr. Owen Chamberlain,
prominent 39-year-old American
physicist. The first. American
Jew to win 1959 recognition by-
the Nobel Prize Foundation
was Dr. Arthur Kornberg of
Stanford University, who shared
the Nobel Prize in medicine
for a study of enzymes. •
Dr. Segre was born . in Tivoli,
Italy. He came to the United
States in 1938 and became an
American citizen in 1944. One
of the leading young scientists
in Italy, Dr. Segre left his na-
tive country under the impact
of Mussolini's Fascism when it
began taking on anti-Jewish
directions. Since his settlement
in this country he has been con-
ducting research on the peace-
ful use of atomic energy in a
number of West Coast univer-
sities and laboratories. He is
currently with the University
of California.

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delicious
continental
confections by

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edly threatening a $2,000,000
damage suit against Renault.

The French government had
approved proposals for estab-
lishment of an important
French-Israel joint enterprise,
the nature of which has not yet
been -disclosed.
(The generally well-informed
London Financial Times • de-
clared that in abrogating its
contract for sale and assembly
of its vehicles in Israel, the
Renault automotive concern in-
voked an escape clause permit-
ting such action if the French
government should demand it
"for political reasons.")

Renault Case to be Raised
in French Parliament
PARIS, (JTA) — The France-
Israel Friendship Alliance ap-
proved a resolution at its third

annual meeting to ask Presi-
dent Charles de Gaulle to ex-
amine the Renault company's
decision to end operations in
Israel and to ask him to see
to it that "France stops giving
in to the Arab boycott" against
Israel.
Deputy Raymond Schmittlein
told the meeting that he would
bring the issue up in Parlia-
ment.
French Minister Jacques Sous-
telle, who is president • of the
Alliance, called forstrengthen-
ing of French-Israel ties "in a
common struggle for peace." He
stressed the significance of the
presence at the annual meeting
of two Algerian deputies, Ali
Nalem and Bachaga Boulem. He
said their attendance demon-
strated the spirit in which the
Alliance was formed and in
which it operates.
Deputy Ali Nalem paid trib-
ute to Israel "for finally enter-
ing once again the promised
land" and said that the enemies
of France were the same forces
as the enemies of Israel. Arieh
Ben Eliezer, a member of the
Knesset, Israel's Parliament,
said that the Arab states were
still at war with Israel and that
they were still receiving arms
which they wanted to use
against Israel.

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A story strangely similar to
the romantic tales of missing
heirs had its follow-up with a
letter to The Jewish News from
Louis Rosenberg.
Sought by the Canadian Jew-
ish Congress for participation
in its 40th anniversary Rosen-
berg "found himself" through
an article appearing in the
Jewish News, Oct. 2.
One of the first delegates to
the CJC at Montreal in 1919,
Rosenberg has been invited to
the plenary sessions of the CJC
in Montreal this weekend, both
as an observer delegate and an
honorary "charter delegate."
A special tribute program and
a presentation of scrolls to the
pioneers of forty years ago will
be held.
Rosenberg stated that he still
has the credentials of the first
Canadian Jewish Congress, of
March, 1919, when he was sec-
retary of the organizing and
election committee of the
Toronto section.

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Israel navigation company, said
it had decided to conclude its
negotiations for the construc-
tion of a $3,500,000 ocean liner
to be built in France.
Negotiations have been inter-
rupted several times, the latest
halt being linked by some
sources to the decision of the
Renault auto firm, a French en-
terprise, to discontinue as-
semblies at the Kaiser-Frazer
plant in Haifa.
The Renault experience was
taken into account by the Israel
shipping company with a de-
cision to seek a clause in the
proposed contract under which
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