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May 01, 1964 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-01

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Mid-East Dispute
Needs UN Action
-Bertrand Russell

Bonds Boost Desalination Plans

Harman in Jerusalem
to Plan Eshkol Visit

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON—Lord Bertrand Rus-
sell declared Tuesday that "the
ideal solution" to the problem of
solving the Arab-Israel deadlock
would be a decision by the United
Nations "which the countries con-
cerned would be compelled to
accept."
The British philosopher made
t h e suggestion
in a Manchester
speech on the
cold war, in
which he de-
scribed the Is-
rael - Arab con-
flict as one of
the "... 95 diffi-
c u 1 t territorial
disputes." He
added there
seemed little Lord Russell
hope of accommodation between
the two sides except as a result
of outside pressure.
Russell declared that he was
not prepared "to suggest publicly
the terms of such a decision but
only that it should eventually
come from the United Nations
and be supported by major pow-
ers of the East and West."
He also cited the threats by
President Nasser of Egypt to ex-
terminate Israel. He said that
"the Western world is sure to feel
that this cannot be allowed to
happen, but most of Asia and pos-
sibly Russia would be prepared
to look on passively as long as
the Arabs were victorious."

An important step toward solving Israel's problem of water
shortages was taken this week with the opening of an experimental

plant for the desalination of water. Located in Eilat, the plant was
built with the aid of Israel Bond funds. Based on the freezing process

developed by Dr. Alexander Zarchin, the plant now converts 250,000
gallons of salt water into fresh water daily.

College Paper Editorial Criticizes
Warsaw Ghetto Exhibit as 'Useless',
Repudiated by the Jewish Sentinel

CHICAGO, (JTA) — An edit- at the university as "performing
orial written by a Jewish student no useful function" for the stu-
in the Roosevelt University stu- dents.
dent newspaper has criticized a
The editorial asserted that it
Warsaw Ghetto Revolt exhibition was nearly 20 years since the end
of World War II and that it was
time "to direct our energies to
Eshkol Sees Emigration
building a meaningful present
that future generations may read
of Soviet Jews to Israel
of as a new rise of humanism in-
as Builders Not Fugitives stead
of to the re-creation of a
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Prime reality that no longer exists." The
Minister Levi Eshkol expressed exhibit was assembled by the YIVO
the belief that when the doors for Institute.
emigration from Russia are
The editorial proposed to the
opened, Russian Jews will be moti- Institute sponsors of "all other
vated to come to Israel by their
similar projects that they utilize
desire to help build a Jewish so-
their energies to eradicate such
ciety in Israel.
crimes against mankind as apar-
He said he believed this, rather
theid in South Africa, fascism in
than emergency emigration or even American-supported Spain and
flight from persecution, would be
P or t u g a 1, American-supported
the reason.
dictatorship of the right in the
The premier spoke at the open-
Americas and Asia and—most
ing of the convention of the kib-
important — the plight of the
butz movement of the Mapai party Negro, the migrant Mexican
near Deganya. The premier, him-
worker, the Puerto Rican Ameri-
self a member of that kibbutz, sug-
can, the Appalachian white and
gested a new era for the collective
the poverty stricken throughout
movement based on industrial kib- this land."
butzim which might provide an
The Sentinel of Chicago, local
adequate response and attraction English-Jewish weekly, commented
for technologists and for Jews in editorially that if such an editorial
other countries with a scientific were to appear in a German paper,
and engineering education, as well "we would be up in arms, angrily
as a means of increasing Israel's pointing to it as proof that they
productivity.
were not properly educating their
The premier said he had no youth as to the meaning of the
definite plan in mind for such in-1 crime perpetrated by their fore-
dustrialization but stressed that bearers. What are we to say when
the idea should be given much it happens to be our own young
thought. He also called for an all- people, brought up in free
out effort to imbue Jewish youth America?"
in other countries with an Israeli
consciousness. The 360 delegates
The Los Angeles Angels have
attending the four-day convention never won a series in Tiger Sta-
represent 79 collectives.
dium.

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Bonn Defers Action .
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(Continued from page 1)
man government. However,
those scientists and technicians

are its citizens. Even today we
do not say they were sent by the
Bonn government, but it is only
the government which can do
something to get them back."
"To my regret a year has passed,
we were given assurances of a
special law and there was even a
vote in the Bundestag in favor of
such a law—but here again there
is postponement.," Mrs. i'vleir stat-
ed. She added that Israel recogniz-
ed the right of any parliament and
the right of democracy. "But," she
stressed, "there is a supreme law
—that of safeguarding innocent
lives—and no nation or part of it
should participate in exterminating
another nation."
(In Bonn, Defense Minister van
Hassel denied angrily charges
voiced in Parliament that the
West German government is res-
ponsible for the work of German
scientists and technicians employ-
ed by Egypt on the manufacture
of missiles, jet planes and other
armaments aimed at Israel. "We
have no control over these men,"
he said, referring to the Germans
working for Egypt. "If a scientist
chooses to go abroad, we have no
means of bringing him back.")
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VIENNA (JTA)—An appeal for
extension of the statute of limita-
tions on Nazi crimes committed
during the Nazi control of Austria
was urged by the Vienna Jewish
Community this week in a letter
to the Government. The com-
munity asked that the law be ex-
tended without limit or at least
for another 20 years. The statute
now bans prosecutions after June
25, 1965.

WOOL AREA AND ACCENT RUGS

"urgent" motions of the Heruit and
Mapam parties for inclusion on
the Knesset agenda of debate on
the activities of West German
scientists in Egypt. The motions
will be heard next Monday because
of the current meeting of the His-
tadrut Council.

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JERUSALEM —A series of top-
level meetings are being held with
the participation of Ambassador
Avraham Harman on details of
Premier Levi Eshkol's visit to the
United States in June.
The talks are meant to define
the subjects which the premier
plans to raise in his talks with
President Johnson and high United
States officials during his visit to
Washington June 1st. (Harman
met the U.S. Secretary of State
Dean Rusk before leaving Wash-
ington.
The fact that members of the
Ministry of Defense took part in
the meetings indicated that Israel's
security problems will be high on
the Agenda for the talks in Wash-
ington. Chief of Staff Yitzhak
Rabin also attended the meeting
held Monday night.
Much attention also was being
given to the premier's planned
meetings with American Jewish
leaders during the visit.

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