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November 02, 1962 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-02

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New Desalination
Process Investigated

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — A new
system for desalination of sea
water will be explored in two
pilot plants, one in this country
and another in France, to be
built by Azriel Osdor, a French
chemical engineer, Osdor an-
nounced here. He said' his meth
od, differing from the one an-
nounced there two years ago
by Dr. Alexander Zarchin,
would turn sea water into sweet
water by distillation at high
pressure and at temperatures
of 400 degrees centigrade. If the
pilot plants show success, he
said, his new firm is ready to
invest $500,000 in the process.
Osdor is a native of Tel Aviv.

RETAIN
WAYNE COUNTY
CIRCUIT JUDGES

James N.

CAN HAM

and
James

MONTANTE

This ad sponsored by
Joseph Shulman

RE-ELECT



Head of European Coal-Steel
Pool Was Member of Hitler SS

BONN, (JTA) — Dr. Karl
Hettlage, newly appointed di-
rector of the European Coal and
Steel pool, admitted - that he had
been a member of Hitler's Elite
Guard, the S.S., but insisted that
he had merely held "honorary
rank," customarily conferred
upon senior government offi-
cials.
He denied ever having been
an "active" member of the Nazi
Party, or of having served the
National Socialist regime in any
capacity other than as a finance
officer in the Berlin city ad-
ministration.
Hettlage was named to the
post by the Council of Ministers
of the six-nation European
Community, on the recommen-
dation of the West German gov-
ernment. He had served previ-
ously as Secretary of State for
Financial Affairs in the Bonn
federal government.
His S.S. record was exposed
by the Belgian Resistance Jour-
nal, The Voice of International
Resistance. The Journal charged
that Hettlage, now 59, had been
a member of the S.S. from 1936
on, and had been attached to



Congressman

JOHN D.

DINGELL

DEMOCRAT
15th District—Wards 10, 12, 14 and 16

Remember . . .

Vote Straight Democratic – Nov. 6

Sponsored by
Sol and Murray C. Slomovitz

VOTE FOR

ATTORNEY GENERAL

FRANK J.

S.S. general headquarters in
1938. The paper asked whether
the German government had
been unaware of Hettlage's rec-
ord, or whether it had recom-
mended him for the post in full
knowledge of his past.

Every Man His
Own Shaprut

• Keep Experience

• Keep Integrity

• Keep a Man of Action

KEEP...

iatatI V

%/d ATTORNEY GENERAL

MAKE IT EMPHATIC-- VOTE STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC!

Among the sponsors of this ad are:

Julius E. Allen

Julius L. Kabatsky

Ralph R. Goldsmith

Irwin J. Kasoff

Harry N. Grossman

Hyman A. Kramer

Sylvia S. Hart

Louis Wechsler

Stuart E. Hertzberg

Milton M. Weinstein

J. Leonard Hyman

Harry H. Young

Re-Elect .. .
HENRY V. "CAP"

ERRICK

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
DEMOCRAT — VOTE TUESDAY, NOV. 6

By MARVIN LOWErNTHAL

Every alert Jew in America
is aware of the growing need
for deepening our Jewish cul-
tural life. We must either create
a joyous, fruitful Jewish life
here in America, or we shall
lapse into mere items of statis-
tics—so many million of so-
called Jews. .
We must awaken within our-
selves an appreciation for the
spiritual treasures of our Jewish
heritage, a greed to possess
them, and an urge to develop
t' m.
One thousand years ago the
Jews of Spain stood in need
of strengthening their Jewish
culture. A leader of Spanish
Jewry, Hasdai ibn Shaprut, took
a step toward remedy of the
situation by fetching Jewish
culture from Babylonia. From
a humble beginning developed
one of the glories of our his-
tory: the "g olden age" of
Spanish-Jewish culture.
The address of our present
day Babylonia, the store-house
of Jewish culture which awaits
our order, is the Jewish Publica-
tion Society.

An Indispensable'
Institution

By MAURICE SAMUEL
There is a curious notion among
people unacquainted with the
history 'of books that a kind of
natural and impersonal law op-
erates in literature, sifting the
good from the bad. The truth
is that countless great works
have been rescued from ob-
livion only by the intervention
of obstinate enthusiasts.
The public institution of the
Jewish Publication Society
encourages and assists in pub-
lishing literature for an appre-
ciative body of Jewish readers.
It is a factor in the crystalli-
zation of an intelligent and in-
formed American Jewry. Its
function is to help in the re-
statement of Judaism for the
greatest segment of the Dia-
spora. It is entitled on these
and other grounds to the sup-
port of all who are concerned
with continuity of the Jewish
tradition.

.

KELLEY

More Than $50,000,000 Worth of Drains
Built in the Past 5 Years

A 30-bed hostel for art stu-
dents,_ to become part of the
Academy of Fine Arts at the
Artists' Colony at EM Hod near
Haifa, 'will soon be completed. It
will be open to students who
will study with the resident
painting and sculpture masters
of the city.

Re-Elect .. .

STATE SENATOR

Raymond D.

DZENDZEL

1 8th District Democrat

• Present Minority Floor Leader in Senate.
• Married . . . . 4 children • Veteran, World War II.

Officially endorsed by the AFL-CIO, 'Detroit Building Trades
Council, West Side Council of Clubs, The Central Citizens
Committee.

kl■•■ •1111MIIMIIIIM.

RE-ELECT

State
Representative

JOSEPH A.

GILLIS

10th District
DEMOCRAT

VETERAN — ATTORNEY — EXPERIENCED

This Advertisement Sponsored by:

Seymour Caplan, Jock J. Kraisman, Max Klayman,
Bernard Hoffman and Harry Pliskow.

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