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February 14, 1964 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-14

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Friday, February 14, 19 64—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S- 1 0

Eshkol Is 'Gratified' by Word of Joint Research Talks With U.S.

JERUSALEM, (JTA) —Israel
Premier Levi Eshkol expressed
"gratification" over the an-
nouncement by President John-
son that the United States has
begun discussions with Israel
on cooperative research for the
use of nuclear energy for the
desalination of sea water into
fresh water.
Israel's Deputy Prime Minis-
ter Abba S. Eban, on a previ-
ously scheduled trip to the
U.S., will explore further talks
with U.S. Government officials

HOTEL •

in Washington regarding the
announcement.
"United States readiness to
cooperate with Israel in the
field of water desalination,
which found expression in the
words of President Johnson,"
said Eshkol, "merits special
recognition.",
"Israel will welcome the con-
tinuation and expansion of co-
operation with the United
States on this and other sub-
jects," the premier continued.
"The results of Israel's re-
search and activities in the
field of desalination will,
when the time arrives, be
placed at the service of other
countries, especially water-
thirsty countries, in our re-
gion."
Because of Israel's impera-
tive need and her scientific



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meeting here of the Council of
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Government Withdraws
$40,000 Allocation to
Israeli Philharmonic

HOTEL

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ability, Eshkol declared, Israel
may become a pilot plant for
practical research in the field
of turning salt water into fresh
water.
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must try to find a solution for
the desalination of sea water,
which is connected with the
hope of harnessing cheap atom-
ic energy,
He stressed the fact that,
for many years, Israel has in-
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search work, accompanied by
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ization of nuclear power for
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sources said. Daniel Shimshoni,
chairman of the Israel National
Research Council, said that sev-
eral teams of Israeli scientists
are now at work on four sepa-
rate projects for development
of an economic method of de-
salinating water.
(Newspapers in all Arab
capitals voiced anger at and
displeasure with President
Johnson's announcement of
America's readiness to coope-
rate with Israel on desalina-
tion research through the use
of nuclear energy, according
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York and London.
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Johnson has now turned Israel
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