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July 24, 1964 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-24

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Director
Report Nasser Rejected Khrushchev Pavilion Visitors Invited to Protest to A Jordan
land
small
in
size,
but great In
NEW YORK—While the Jordan ing encouraged- with a special dis-
history,
of the controversial anti- In which over two million people now
Offer to Replace German Scientists Pavilion mural continues to draw play
live.
Israel mural and a "contrasting"

attention from World's Fair visit-
"designed to prevent our drawing ors and anger from Jewish organi- poem, "P ea c e Through Under- Sabres brothers w h o suffered the
faratic's terror
the waters we are entitled to
Learning to work and live in harmony.
zations, the American-Israel Pa- standing."
from the Jordan River for the vilion is waging a quiet battle of
Cards are available at the free A country that has a cultural back-
proj ect."
ground of love and hate.
its own.
Israel
exhibit which allow visitors Today whose people strive so hard
He also asserted that Israel
To make the promised land
The
"peaceful
approach"
is
be-
could not ignore the fact that
to protest directly to the Jordan Bloom again with life and hope.
Krushchev had proposed that the
Pavilion director. The card states, It is a country
principle of rejecting changes by NY Jewish Agencies
means different things
in part, that the signer "joins with Which
kr3
To different people,
force in present territorial bounda-
And all things to the dedicated.
in
the
American-Israel
Pavilion
ries should apply also to the Required Supervisors'
protesting the display of the mural Israel—once a dream. now a reality.
Middle East, including Israel. The
This great World's Fair
and asks that it be removed."
Premier made the statements in No-Strike Pledge
Two years ago only a dream,
reply to opposition party criticism
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Two social
The answer to the offensive Today a reality.
of his description during his visit workers in supervisory posts at Jordan mural was written by We know and feel
to the United States of some pro- the Jewish Child Care Association, Harold S. Caplin, chairman of the The American-Israel Pavilion
made a contribution to the World's
Arab statements made by Khru- largest agency of the kind in the board of the American-Israel Has
Fair theme,
shchev during a visit to Cairo last country, are being retired, and a World's Fair Corp. The complete "Peace Through Understanding".
May as "moderate."
We hail all our neighbors here at this
third supervisor has been given text is as follows:
Premier Eshkol added, however, notice that she will be dismissed
fair.
We
degrade them not and ask the
that he had said he was apprehens- on Aug. 31 if she does not pledge PEACE THROUGH UNDERSTANDING
same in return.
Before you enter
And
to one and all
ive and that he still was, concern- that she will not aid any other Have
you a minute to spare
Pledge our hope for "peace through
ing t h e interpretations Arabs agency personnel that may be in- To hear a word on Israel
understanding".
And enjoy seeing our dream.
might give to the Soviet Premier's volved in a strike in the future.
We welcome you
We are proud of our dream,
statements, particularly since he
To the American-Israel Pavilion.
The dispute is an aftermath of a A dream which is now a reality,
To
one and all
had promised to continue to sup-
six-week strike conducted against To have people from the world over
Shalom—peace—shalom.
Learn first-hand so much about the
ply arms to the Arab countries.
promised land.
He cited as another reason for the JCCA and five other Jewish
Classified ads get quick results!
social agencies last winter. During
The Holy Land,
his statements on the matter dur-
that walk-out by social workers The seat of the three world religions.
ing his United States visit that he
A land in which so many people have
did not want to be involved in and other employes of the six
toiled,
agencies, social workers in super- Out of which has come a modern
arousing any sharpening between
Israel.
visory or administrative posts re-
United States and Soviet relations. fused to cross the picket line es-
Yeccaddlo Cocktail's got it!
from the slopes of
Replying to another criticism he tablished by the strikers' union, Israel—extended
Mount Hermon,
Down to Haifa, into the Negev to Eilat.
said he had on various occasions
42 PROOF $1 . 49 CODE NO.
Local 1707 of the Community and
Tel Aviv on the Mediterranean
6688
4/5 QUART
criticized the "satanic works" of Social Agency Employees, AFL- From
Sea to Jerusalem.
UNITED BRANDS • DETROIT '• U.S.A.
North, south, east, and west—a total
West German scientists and tech-
CIO.
of 8,000 square miles.
nicians active in the development
of advanced weapons in Egypt. He
added that the Israel government
was doing everything. possible to
persuade the West German gov-
ernment to prevent its scientists
from helping the Egyptians to per-
fect destructive weapons for use
against Israel.
The Premier said that the
Knesset debate had demonstrated
that there was unity on the prin-
ciples of Israel's foreign policy.
He described these as compromis-
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
ing a policy that while Israel seeks
to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM — Prime Minister the support of friendly nations it
Levi Eshkol told Israel's Parlia- must strengthen its deterrent se-
A number of properties are listed on the 1964 tax rolls as OWNER UNKNOWN. If you
ment Monday night that there curity strength.
have failed to receive your tax statement, please request duplicate by phone, 965-4200,
were grounds for hoping that So-
Extension 551, by mail, or in person at the City-County Building as interest must be
viet Premier Khrushchev would Israel, Greece Negotiate
added if not paid by August 31, 1964. TO FACILITATE PHONE CALLS IT IS RE-
not encourage the Arabs to re- on Abandoned Property
QUESTED THAT THE WARD NUMBER AND ITEM NUMBER BE KNOWN.
sort to aggression against •srael's
national irrigation project. JERUSALEM (JTA) — Nego-
Winding up a foreign policy de- tiations were opened here between
bate concerning his visits during Israeli and Greek officials over
'INASMUCH AS AUGUST 15 FALLS ON SATURDAY, FIRST HALF 1964 TAX PAY-
June and July to the United States the disposition of civilian property
and France, the Premier said he abandoned by Greek ctizens during
MENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED ON MONDAY, AUGUST 17, WITHOUT INTEREST.
felt that the Soviets also would re- I Israel's war of independence.
frain from supporting Arab plans
The popular Teen-Age Fair
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
City
again will be a part of the Michi-
gan State Fair, Aug. 28 - Sept. 7.
Friday, July 24, 1964
8

WASHINGTON (JTA) — So-
viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev
has offered to President Nasser a
plan for replacing the West Ger-
man scientists now at work in
Egypt on mass destruction weap-
ons and rockets aimed at Israel
with Russian experts, and • the
offer has been turned down, ac-
cording to reports reaching Wash-
ington from both Cairo and Bonn.
This was learned - from official
sources which revealed also that
Nasser is now seeking official
state invitations to Bonn and Paris
to offset the successful visits of
Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
to Washington and Paris.
It was reported that Nasser ex-
pressed preference for retaining
German technicians and purchas-
ing components for his weapons
development projects from West
Germany — although this costs
him hard currency. Russian
technicians would have been avail-
able on long range, easy terms,
payable in Egyptian currency, ac-
cording to reports on hand here.
These facts began emerging
here and in Bonn after Egyptian
officials commented with great ap-
proval on the rejection by the Re-
publican National Convention of
a platform provision offered by
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, of New
York. Sen Keating wanted the
Republican Party to voice concern
over "the activities of former Nazi
scientists in developing new hor-
ror weapons for President Nas-
ser." This was not in the formal
wording of the draft plank on this
issue submitted at San Francisco
by the Senator, but was contained
in his testimony before the Plat-
form Committee.
*
Eshkol Hopeful Khrushchev
Will Not Encourage Aggression

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1964
CITY TAXES

ALL 1964 CITY TAX BILLS
HAVE BEEN MAILED

FIRST HALF DUE AUGUST 15*

CHAS. N. WILLIAMS

Treasurer

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See us last.

Which Is a dumb remark unless we have something to offer that
Makes seeing us last worthwhile,
What do we have to offer? How about quiet no - pressure sales,
men. No highballing, No lowballing, Just plain noballing,
And how about quiet showrooms, Where you can look at our
new Plymouths without a salesman breathing hotly down your

neck. Or where you can meander around and Retell to the mush)
and never ever buy a car at all.
And how about personnel who know about cars and who can
sell you a four-door sedan or a red•hpt Hyper-Powered Barracuda.
But that's not all, There's more. Because a lot of people have
been seeing us last, first.

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