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February 08, 1963 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-08

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U. S. Firm's Seawater
Processing Called
Faulty by Zarchin

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Dr. Alex-
ander Zarchin, the Russian-
born inventor of a seawater de-
salination process now under
development in I s r a e 1, said
Wednesday he would go to the
United States to ask the board
of the American company which
is participating in the process
development to present de-
mands for modifications in the
pilot plant.
Dr. Zarchin reportedly had
complained that the Fairbanks
Whitney Corp. was not follow-
ing the principles and that it
was therefore ddubtful if any
results would be achieved. He
was understood to have raised
the issue at a meeting with
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion and
to have asked an allocation of
400,000 pounds ($1,200,000) to
build a pilot plan according to
his method. Development Min-
ister Yosef Almogi, who an-
nounced that work on the plant
for Eilat was on schedule, told
the Prime Minister at the meet-
ing that the project was past the
experimental stage and that the
Ministry did not have any addi-
tional funds for new experi-
ments. In the public announce-
ment the Development Ministry
said the four units would begin
producing fresh water by the
end of this year.
The minister told Parliament
that the American firm had
reached some conclusions about
the Zarchin process which the
inventor refused to accept.

Aviatl, Prinz Continue Dialogue
Here Which Began in Jerusalem

"Is Israel Essential for Jew-
ish Survival?" Detroit con-
tinuation of a unique dialogue
begun in Jerusalem last sum-
mer, will be held 8:30 p.m.,
Feb. 19 at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Dr. Joachim Prinz, national
president of the American Jew-
\ish Congress, and Yakov Aviad,
Consul of Israel, will present
addresses to point up their
respective positions in this con-
troversy. Local Jewish com-
munity leaders will present their
views.
The unusual confrontation in
Israel between leaders of the
American and Israeli Jewish
communities included as par-
ticipants Israel Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion, Abba Eban,
Israel's Minister of Education
and Culture; Moshe Sharett,
former Prime Minister of Is-
rael; Dr. Joachim Prinz, Pro-
fessors Martin Buber and. Na-
than Rotenstreich of the He-
brew University and other Is-
raeli and American dignitaries.
Its purpose was to discuss in
a frank and open manner how
Israeli and American Jews
view each other.
The debates constituted for-
mal recognition of concerns
over what Maurice Samuel, the
distinguished author, called the

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Elect

Alvin J.

IWREY

Councilman

Non-Partisan
Ballot No. 37

IWREY for Councilman
Committee:

David Stulberg

Phil Minkin

Irving Blum
Lou Gordon
Norman Katz
Ben Siegel
Joseph Orley
Lawrence Bensman
Lou Markowitz
Alvin S. Rappoport _

South AfriCan Board
of Jewish Deputies
Tells Censorship View

JOHANNESBURG, (JTA) —
The South African Jewish
Board of Deputies issued a
statement explaining its atti-
tude toward a censorship bill
currently before parliament.
The statement declared that
a claim made by a member of
parliament, during the debate
on the measure, saying that one
clause in the bill was written at
the request of the board, was
"misleading."
According to the board, it
had been invited by the govern-
ment to submit its view on the
measure to a select committee.
The Jewish representative body
said it had criticized the bill's
provisions as "too wide," hold-
ing its definitions were "too
vague," and criticizing the idea
of applying censorship admin-
istratively. The board said it
also criticized the introduction
of pre-publication: censorship—
a clauSe subsequently with-
drawn from the bill.
Expressing the opinion that
"any curtailment' of freedom of
speech is undesirable, except in
circumstances which make such
curtailment essential for the
public welfare," the Jewish
:Board of Deputies said it felt
there should be legislation to
ban publication of material in-
citing to racial or religious hos-
tility.

To Insure Equality and
Justice for All

Vote Monday at the Primary

FEB. 18, 1963

No. 16 on the Ballot
MEYER R.

RUBIN

Judge of Common Pleas

al

Communism Exposed
in 'We'll Bury You!'

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Dis-
trict Court Judge Moshe Ben-

Zev was appointed attorney gen
eral, succeeding Gideon Haus-
ner who resigned several weeks
ago over differences of opinion
between himself and Justice
Minister Dov Joseph.
Judge Ben-Zev, 52, was born
in. Pinsk and was educated at
the University of Vienna. He
emigrated to Palestine in 1935

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tendency toward "sundering"
of American and Israeli Jewry,

the increasing distance on a
number of levels between Jew-
ish citizens of Israel and world
Jewry.
The program here is being
sponsored by the American
Jewish Con g r e s s, Michigan
Council, in cooperation with
New U.S. astronauts James A. the Synagogue Adult Institute,
McDivitt and Edward H. White the adult Jewish education pro-
are graduates of the University ject of Conservative syna-
gogues in metropolitan Detroit.
of Michigan.
There will be no admission
fee. A -social hour „and refresh-
ments will follow the program.

Let's Get
Detroit
Moving

The committee planning the
Detroit continuation of the
American-Israeli dialogue, of
which Mrs. George Rubin is
chairman, includes Marshall
Brenner, president of the Mich-
igan Council of American Jew-
ish Congress; Harley Selling,
vice-president, and Dr. Eric
Billes, Zeldon Cohen, Harold
Dubin, director of the Mich-
igan Council of American Jew-
ish Congress; Joseph Edelman
of the Jewish Community Coun-
cil, Fred Futerman, Mrs. Louis
Redstone, Mrs. A. Robbins,
Frank Rosenbaum, Mrs. Jack
Ross, Milton Schwartz, Mrs.
Dan S h a p i r o, co-chairman,
Synagogue Adult Institute; and
Mrs. Leopold Snyder, president
of the American Jewish Con-
gress Women's Division.

and was appointed to the bench
in 1958.

Ben-Zev Succeeds
Hausner as Israel
Attorney General

Years Law Experience — Capable

and Preferred

Soviet Premier Nikita
Khrushchev looms large in
"We'll Bury You!" full-
length, documentary shocker
of the master-plan of Com-
munism to dominate the
world.

The first Detroit showing of
"We'll Bury You" will be the
main attraction during the Tele-
news Theater's 21st -anniversary
program. This full length fea-
ture traces the history of corn-
munism, and its growth in Rus-
sia and in such countries as
China, Cuba and Korea.
Depicted are scenes of world
famous and infamous figures
like Khrushchev, Lenin, Stalin,
Trotsky and others of the So-
viet scene; Castro of Cuba; Mao
Tse-Tung of China.
The films shown were taken
from secret film archives, the
Library of Congress, major
news reels, Associated Press,
and private film collections.

Seek Warsaw Ghetto
Survivors to Testify
in Trial of Nazis

The World Jewish Congress
is currently seeking witnesses
to testify against Nazis charged
with the massacre of Jews in
a number of areas of Poland.
The search has been touched
off by West German investiga-
tions into Nazi crimes in War-
saw, and Lublin and its district.
Dr. Nehemiah Robinson, di-
rector of the WJC Institute Of
Jewish Affairs, stated, that any
survivor of the WarSaw Ghetto
might constitute a valuable wit-
ness in the investigations now
being conducted ,in Germany.
Witnesses area required in
connection with investigations
of Nazi crimes in Lublin and
district, in - particular, Ruda-
Opalin, Trawniki, Paniatowa.
Lublin-Alter.. Flughafen, Lublin-
Deutsche 'Ausruestungswerke,
Anapol. .
Anyone able to testify in con-
nection with these investiga-
tions is requested to get in
touch with Dr. Robinson at
World Jewish Congress head-
quarters, 15 E. 84th St., New
York 28.

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