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January 17, 1964 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-17

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Friday, January 11, I964—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-38

Secrecy M rks

iro Arab Anti-Israel Parley

He noted also that the U. S.
mit conference" of Arab heads sions." He asserted that Israel's through pipes, canals and tun-
of state convened by Nasser. diversion of the Jordan River nels, to the northern reaches had granted large sums to Jor-
dan to carry out its water plan
It was pointed out, however, would "rob" the Arabs of the of the Negev.
Among the heads of state at based on diversion of the Yar-
that N a s s e r's announcement right to benefit from their
that all the proceedings of the waters and result in "gathering the summit meeting are King muk, a Jordan River tributary
conference will be published in more forces dedicated to Hussein of Jordan, King Has- which, he said, was already well
might prompt those present to fanaticism and evil." He said san II of Morocco; Major Gen- advanced and a large portion of
adopt more militant attitudes it would "consolidate still eral Amin El-Hafez, president of the tributary's water already di-
than they would otherwise. further this aggressive im- the Syrian National Revolu- verted from Israel. He added
Still, it is believed that Egypt's perialist citadel in the Arab tionary Council, whom Nasser that when Jordan completed its
has called "a practicing Fas- plan, all of the Yarmuk River
earlier pronouncement that the world."
cist";
Marshal Abdullah El- water would be diverted.
Arabs should not go to war
The last-minute announce-
The premier stated that Syria
with Israel to assure a victory ment by President Chebad of Sallal, president of the Yemeni
may have considerable in- Lebanon that he was not at- Republic, who is supported in also was using the Jordan River
fluence on the conference.
tending the conference was his battle against Yemenite to irrigate areas on the eastern
Observers believe that the seen as a sad omen by some royalists by about 40,000 Egyp- bank of the river.
Asked what Israel would do if
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Arabs will submit a complaint Arabs. It was noted that the tian troops stationed in his
to The Jewish News)
Jordan River rises partly in country; President Habib the Arabs tried to interfere with
against
Israel's
water
scheme
JERUSALEM—Israel was en-
Lebanese territory and any Bourguiba, of Tunisia; Lt. Gen. the Israeli irrigation plan, the
couraged by a broadcast in to the United Nations Security plan to dam or divert the Jor- Ibrahim Abboud, of Sudan; premier said "Israel will foil
Arabic from Moscow caution- Council and will put strong dan River would affect Leb- Salam Aref, president of Iraq; any such attempt. However, we
ing the Arab leaders against pressure on the Western Pow- anon first.
Shiek Abdullah el-Salem el- hope we shall not reach such a
turning the dispute over ers to intervene against the
Sabah, emir of Kuwait; Crown stage."
project.
Since,
however,
the
One
of
the
first
social
meet-
Israel's Jordan River irrigation
Prince Hassan Rida, represent-
amount
of
water
Israel
plans
to
ings
at
the
conference
was
one
project into a bloody campaign.
ing his father, King Idris, of
The Soviet caution strength- withdraw from Lake Tiberias between Nasser and King Hus- Libya; and King Saud of Saudi One-Time Co-Owner
is
within
the
limits
determined
sein
of
Jordan,
who
had
not
ened the belief here that a firm
Arabia.
of German Publishing
stand by the major powers, by the so-called Johnston Plan, met for seven years. It was
A new threat by the Arab
which
was
accepted
some
years
evident
that
Hussein
wanted
a
coupled with Israel's deterrent
boycott of f i c e in Syria House Is Dead at 71
power and the divisions with- ago on a technical level—even reconcilation and that diplo- against British firms dealing
by
Arab
experts,
diplomatic
BERLIN (JTA)—Karl Ull-
in the Arab camp, was certain circles in Washington feel that matic ties between Egypt and with Israel was reported here.
Jordan would be resumed.
stein, former co-owner and gen-
to prevent the 13 Arab rulers
It
was
disclosed
that
the
Da-
eral manager of the famed Ger-
Reports here expressed the
at the current Cairo "summit Israel has a very strong case
and is assured of the support belief that even if Syria was mascus headquarters of the man Ulistein publishing house,
conference" from embarking
boycott committee is attempt-
demanding military action ing to blackmail those com- died here at the age of 71.
on a military adventure in of the United States.
Secrecy In Cairo
against Israel its real aim was panies planning to partici-
His family was forced to sur-
their opposition to the irriga-
LONDON.---President Nasser to embarrass Nasser and to
render the ownership of a large
tion development project.
pate
in
the
International
Official Israeli quarters here of Egypt indicated in his open- pinpoint him as weak and not Trade Fair to be held in Tel firm, which had four daily news-
papers and a number of weekly
have so far refrained from ing address to the Arab "sum- really serious about war. They Aviv next June and July.
and monthly magazines, when
commenting on proceedings at mit meeting" in Cairo Monday also suggested that if war had
The
threat
was
contained
in
the Cairo meeting on grounds that he would propose a to come Arab interests demand- letters from the boycott com- the Nazis came to power.
that it was "too early" for such United Arab Military Command ed that Israel be provoked into mittee to the Middle East rep-
However, they regained own-
reaction. It was stressed here, as an essential first step in an attack.
resentatives of the British com- ership after World War II.
The
plans
laid
before
the
however, that the opening state- Arab plans to counter Israel's
A grandson of Leopold Ull-
ments made by Arab leaders Jordan River irrigation pro- heads of the Arab states pro- panies. It declared that the Is- stein, the founder of the pub-
rael
bureau
"will
proceed
to
a
at the parley differed little ject, it was reported here from pose a three-pronged con- detailed investigation on the lishing house, Karl was a junior
struction project involving:
from those of the past and that the Egyptian capital.
real relationship with Israel of executive with the firm when
He spoke briefly before the 1. Building two storage dams all companies" taking part in the Nazis took over the busi-
they were as venomous as
ever, hardly creating an at- meeting went into secret ses- in Jordan to take the waters the fair.
ness.
sion. It was subsequently de- of the Yarmuk River, which
mosphere for moderation.
In 1934 he left with his wife
Maurice Orbach, secretary of
Despite the encouraging pros- scribed as "frank." The chiefs is the chief tributary of the the Trades Advisory Council, and children for Switzerland
pects, Haaretz, the independ- of staffs of the 13 participat- Jordan River; 2. Building a said he was preparing a memo- four years later emigrated to
ent daily newspaper, said there ing countries are scheduled to storage dam in Lebanon, randum to the Board of Trade the United States where he
was no room for complacency report on the military situation containing the waters of an- which "will include the latest eventually became an American
and for excluding even the with regard to Israel. Also other Jordan River tributary, method of intimidation."
citizen.
extreme threat of an attack slated was a report on a plan the Hasbani River; 3. Build-
He returned to Germany after
Warning by Eshkol
on Israel, if not in open war by the Arab League to divert ing of canals in Syria east-
the war, where, together with
TEL
AVIV

Prime
Minister
ward
and
westward
of
a
third
Jordan
River
waters
before
then by a terrorist campaign
Levi Eshkol warned Wednesday his uncle Rudolf, he success-
along the Israel-Arab borders. they reach Israel. It appeared Jordan River tributary, the
that "Israel will foil any attempt fully fought for the recovery of
An Israeli official said: "We that there was already general Baniyas River.
Only one Jordan River tribu- to interfere with its right to the business and became its
are strong enough to withstand agreement that a plan of that
any Arab attempt to use nature would be the best way tary ,the Dan River, is in Is- draw water" from the Jordan general manager. He retired
force." He pointed out that to counter Israel's projected rael. But Lake Tiberias, which River in accordance with the from the firm in 1960.
receives the main flow of the plan developed by the late Eric
the Arabs have no legal basis irrigation plan.
Abdul Khalik Hassouna, sec- Jordan from the Arab areas in Johnston.
for their opposition to bring-
The premier gave the warning UN Truce Supervisor
ing Jordan River waters to the retary general of the Arab the north, is entirely within
in
an interview with the daily Talks With Israel Chief
Negev. Other officials stress- League, told the summit meet- Israeli territory. It is from this
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Yediot
Achronot. He said that
lake
that
Israel
has
planned
ing
that
every
means
had
to
ed that the water development
to The Jewish News)
Israel
hoped
that
the
Arab
a
project

to
carry
the
waters
be
explored
to
perfect
an
Arab
TEL AVIV—Gen. Odd Bull,
project is not a river divers-
rulers
attending
a
summit
con-
chief of staff of the UN Truce
ion. They pointed out that al- voice to face Zionist "expan- about 100 miles southward,
ference in Cairo would use logic Supervision _Organization, and
though water will be pumped
and
not
"adopt
adventurous
re-
Gen. Itzhak Rabin. Israel's new
away from the Jordan River
solutions."
and Lake Tiberias, the water
Chief of Staff, held a general
He recalled that the Johnston discussion on problems of Israel
there will continue to flow
Plan for water distribution be- and the truce organization Tues-
exactly in the same place.
tween Israel and the Arab neigh- day.
The Kol Israel broadcasting
boring countries was reached
system quoted a United States
The meeting was the first be-
through negotiations with all tween the two officials. It took
Department of State spokesman
concerned, the United States the form of a courtesy call by
as saying that, as far as the
having been the initiator.
United States Government
Gen. Bull and Gen. Rabin.
knew, the Israeli-Jordan River
Gen. Bull was received by a
water project was in conformity
Scholarship Fund Set Up guard of honor of the Nahal
with the over-all plan developed
Corps, which he inspected.
for Children of the Late
by Eric Johnston several years
A RABBI IN MACCABIAH
ago.
Sam Arnold, Publicist
There may be a rabbi on the
The spokesman noted that
In
a
tribute
to
the
late
Sam
1.965 U.S. Maccabiah Games
the Johnston plan had been
Arnold,
publicist
and
public
rela-
golf team. His name is Jay
approved at the technical level
tions counselor who died of a Hornstein, he's from Hatboro,
by both Israeli and Arab ex-
heart attack Dec. 22, friends and Pa., and he's currently in Israel
perts. He told the Kol Israel
former associates have establish- studying to be ordained. He
correspondent that develop-
ed the "Sam Arnold Scholarship also has a two handicap!
ment of the water resources
blind" for the education of his
of the Jordan River was im-
children Mark 4, and Lori, 8.
portant for the bordering states,
Want ads get quick results!
Announcement was made by
provided it was done in ac-
Charles Stone, president of
cord with the over-all plan.
Stone and Simons Advertising
The spokesman reiterated
Agency, for whom Arnold was
the U.S. position that the
public relations director the
Israeli project was in accord
past
few years.
with the Johnston plan, but he
Serving as trustees of the
declined to commit himself
board are Herbert Aronsson,
about recent communications
For the first time science has found
president of Aronsson Printing a new
healing substance with the as-
between the United States and
Co.;
Joseph
Nederlander
of
tonishing ability to shrink hemor-
the governments concerned. He
rhoids
and to relieve pain — without
Nederlander Theaters; an d
emphasized that the U.S. posi-
surgery. In case after case, while
Stone.
Advisers
to
the
fund
in-
tion in the Jordan River dis-
gently relieving pain, actual reduc-
clude many prominent news- tion (shrinkage) took place. Most
pute was well known and would
amazing of all — results were so thor-
papermen,
businessmen
and
per-
be reiterated to anyone who was
that sufferers made astonishing
sons from the advertising and ough
interested in hearing it. The
statements like "Piles have ceased tb
theater world.
be a problem!" The secret is a new
interview presumably was re-
Persons wishing to participate healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)— dis.-
corded in Washington
in the fund may address: Sam covery of a world-famous research
Arab League headquarters in Cairo where the anti-Israel
U.S. Watches Developments
This substance is now avail-
Arnold Scholarship Fund, 15301 institute.
able in suppository or ointment form
WASHINGTON.— American summit meeting is in session. A bridge was built (lower right)
W.
Eight
Mile.
A
goal
of
$20,000
called Preparation H. At all drug
officials abstained from any to connect the building with the Nile Hilton Hotel where the
-punters.
has been set.
comment on the Cairo "sum- delegates are staying, "for sectt•ity reasons."

(Continued from Page 1)
Johnston, in some fashion is
stymying Arab threats.
While all of the Arab states
had accepted invitations to at-
tend the Cairo meeting, the last-
minute decision of Lebanese
President Chebad not to at-
tend the Arab League confer-
ence added a new angle for
speculation to the gathering
of Arab chieftains. Chebad
would have been the only
Christian head of state at the
Cairo sessions.
Arab Leaders Cautioned

Shrinks Hemorrhoids
Without Surgery

Stops Itch—Relieves Pain

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