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May 19, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-19

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Warn Israelis of Possible
Renewed UAR. Attacks

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — General
Zvi Tzur, Chief of Staff of Is-
rael's armed forces joined Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion, who
is also Defense Minister, in
warning the Israeli population
on the possibility of a renewed
military attack on Israel by the
United Arab Republic.
Simultaneously, Shimon Peres,
Deputy Defense Minister, said
that the UAR is now building up
its aggressive weapons on a
"tremendous" scale. All three
Israeli top defense leaders spoke
at meetings of the Mapai Party.
Ben-Gurion warned that "a
true third round" of anti-Israel
aggressions is a genuine threat
from the neighboring Arab coun-
tries now. "The people of Israel
should be told of this threat to
their very existence," he stated.
Reporting on • recent, large-
scale_Arab military exercises, he
said these maneuvers were "of

New Gas Line Brings
Fuel to Israel Plants

TEL AVIV, (JTA)—A six-inch
gas pipeline extending 18 miles
from the Rosh Zohar gas field to
the Dead Sea Works in Sdom
was opened here in the presence
of Finance Minister Levi Eshkol,
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice-presi-
dent of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion and leaders of Israel Gov-
ernment and industry.
The new pipeline, which cost
$742,500 to build, will deliver
fuel gas directly from the gas
field to the bromine and potash
plants at Sdom, which previously
were supplied with fuel oil from
Haifa by means of tanker trucks.
Eshkol saic- at the inauguration
ceremonies that the gas fuel dis-
covered at Rosh Zohar, which will
be a major fa for in the indus-
trialization of the Dead Sea area,
will make possible the construc-
tion of the township of Arad on
a ridge overlooking the Dead
Sea. He said wo own-
1 in
ship will s
months.
Isr
onds provided invest-
esources for the explo
me
ti
and drilling of the natu
field at Zohar, as
nstructisn of the
ional
hate pla
bring ga-
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an aggressive nature, and noth-
ing but preparation for the days
ahead."
Tzur emphasized that today's
United Arab Republic army "is
not the same" as the army en-
countered by Israel during the
Sinai campaign of 1956. Egypt's
five-year plan, in which $4,500,-
000,000 has been earmarked for
military build-up, said the gen-
eral, has given Egypt top priority
for strategic expenditures. Egypt
has now integrated new weapons
such as T-54 tanks and MIG-19
jet fighters, and has provided
intensive training "to thousands
of army officers," he stressed.
In addition, said Tzur, Egypt
has been constructing a greater
military industry, has built new
roads, and has erected other in-
stallations that increase its -mili-
tary potentials. Like Ben-Gtu- ion,
the general warned that "the
people of Israel should know
these facts and be on the alert."
Peres, addressing a Mapai elec-
tion rally, said Egypt is also
"increasing the strength of its
military psychosis, with the in-
tention of enabling President
Gamal Abdel Nasser to attack
and destroy Israel—which is his
ultimate goal." He made it clear
that it is essential .that Israel's
army be equipped now with the
most modern weapons and an
expanded military industry.
Cautioning the country against
Panic, Peres said that, neverthe-
less, the military situation of the
Jewish state must be reviewed

Eiclunann Trial Deadline TODAY for Next Issue
Evidence Leads Due to Shavuot Holiday
On account of Shavuot occurring on Monday all copy for
to Arrest of Nazi the May 26 issue of The Jewish News must be in our hands

BEFORE 5 PM TODAY.
VIENNA, (JTA) —Franz
Copy arriving after the deadline either will have to be
Murer, accused through testi- omitted entirely, or, if timely, will be retained for the June 2
mony at the Jerusalem trial of issue.
Adolf Eichmann as having been
one of the principal culprits Miami Lido Spa Features Teen Glamour School
in the deaths of 80,000 Lithu-
MIAMI BEACH — The Lido from those interested in the pro-
anian Jews, was arrested this
weekend at his home in the Spa of Miami Beach announces gram which commences June 25
the appointment of Edith Apple- for an eight-week period.
Stytian village of Gaishorn:
its
baum Zipp a
When Austrian police sur- Glamour
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UN,4-8440
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132. 3
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Murer's participation in the ex-
cution of the 80,000 Lithuanian
Jews.
(A Tel Aviv dispa
JTA report
have to
depo
survi s of t ' Vilna ghett•,
im
ating leirer in the an-
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TRAVEL AGENCY
ROME—Two weeks of negoti- when \Ter the Nazis _carried out
ations between West German actions against the Jews in the
18246 WYOMING AVE • DETROIT. MICH.
and Italian officials on com- Vilna ghetto.)
pensation to Italian victims of
the Nazi period ended Wednes-
day with unofficial reports that
the total sum agreed to by
the negotiators was for a con-
tribution of 40,000,000 German
arks ($10,000,000).
The agreement still requires
ification by West Germany,
t this was expected within a
v weeks. It concerns about
,000 cases, of which about
,000 involve Jews. Only 1,500
of the Italians deported during
the Nazi period returned to
JOE E. LEWIS
July 8
Italy and about 500 were Jews.
The $10,000,000 figure is simi-
lar to sums accepted by other
European countries overrun by
the Nazis.
Once the agreement is rati-
fied, representatives of the
Italian administration will meet
with representatives of the
EYDIE GORME &
Union of Italian Jewish Com-
STEVE LAWRENCE
Labor Day Weekend:
munities, the Association of
Former Deportees and the Asso-
ciation of Former Internees.
The goal will be to establish
procedures for dividing the
West German money among the
survivors or their relatives. In
cases in which every member
of a family was killed, the
talks will determine which in-
stitution will., receive the com-
pensation money.
The West German delegation
was led by Paul Raabi, director
general of the Foreign Ministry
for Juridical Affairs. Prof. Ric-
cardo Monaco, of the Italian
Water
erector, Buster
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