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January 21, 1966 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-01-21

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Eshkol to Follow B-G's Policies on Peace With Arabs Saudis Asked to Recognize Passports
PARIS (JTA) — Premier Levi gatiations must be based on Arab tion and expansion of agriculture of Israel Moslems on Pilgrimages
acceptance of existing Israel-Arab in Israel's Negev waste and—where

Eshkol declared in an interview in
Le Monde, the influential French
daily newspaper, that his views on
conditions for an Arab-Israel peace
were identical with those of his
predecessor, former Premier David
Ben-Gtuion, of offering peace to
the Arabs on the basis of the
status quo.
• The Premier said that peace ne-

COLLEGE
WILL BE A
BALL THIS
FALL...

frontiers. He added that while
Israel remained ready to pay com-
pensation to former Arab residents
of what is now Israel, the country
could not afford to yield any terri-
tory, particularly because Israel
must allow for possible future im-
migration from Russia, Western
Europe and the United States.
Asked if this projected immigra-
tion did not make the Arabs fear
Israeli "expansion," the Premier
stressed that Israel had accepted
the status quo on borders once and
for all. He said that industrializa-

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`Deferral Won't Affect
Nazi Victims Getting
Pensions From Bonn'

MONTREAL (JTA)—The Cana-
dian Jewish Congress reported it
had been informed by West Ger-
man Ambassador Kurt Oppler that
"current pensions and cases of
medical treatment" of victims of
Nazism would not be affected by
new West German legislation au-
thorizing deferment of compensa-
tion to a special group of such
victims.
Dr. Oppler made the state-
ment in replying to a protest
from the CJC against the pos-
sible deferment, during 1966
and 1967 of an estimated $100,-
000,000 in each year in such
cases. Those affected would be
about 150,000 claimants, most of
them Jews, who were in Iron
Curtain countries in October
1953, the deadline for filing
claims in the original West Ger-
man indemnification laws, and
hence could not file.
A special hardship fund was set
up to cover their needs but the
government obtained postpone-
ment legislation on grounds of
"budgetary difficulties."
In his reply, the envoy declared
that his government did not intend
"to evade the fulfillment of its
solemn obligation for the indem-
nification."

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM — Implicit Saudi Arabian recognition of passports
issued by Israel was seen here as a possibility when it was learned that
the Palestine committee of the Arab League has been requested by
some Moslem leaders to permit Moslems living in Israel to make holy
pilgrimages to Mecca.
Thus far, Israeli Moslems have not been allowed to participate
in the traditional Haj to Mecca. Israel has repeatedly told Mosley-
leaders in this country that members of their community wishing t_ .
make such a pilgrimage would be allowed to do so, but Saudi Arabia
has refused to permit such trips. Israeli Moslem leaders, it became
known Tuesday, have asked Moslem statemen from Asia and Africa
who have visited Israel to intercede on their behalf in regard to ful-
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NEW YORK—Twenty-four hours
in a concentration camp in Janu-
ary 1939 are depicted in the docu-
mentary filar "Nur Ein Tag" (Only
One Day) shown on a local tele-
vision station last week. The New
York Times television reviewer
called the' film "extraordinary" be-
cause it "showed the early siege
of the barbarity in especially vivid
terms."
The West German film produc-
tion of a script by Gunther R. Lys,
the German author who spent more
than four years in a concentration
camp, was first shown in West Ger-
many as part of the observance of
the 20th anniversary of the end of
World War II.
Central setting of the film was
the main prison yard early in the
mass roundup of Jews, Communists
and others despised by the Hitler
regime, Reviewer Jack Gould said
the film was in the "nature of a
dry run of the slaughter to follow
. . . an unforgettable representa-
tion of untold thousands caught in
a moment when a part of civiliza-
tion was running amok and decent
society was enjoying an uncom-
prehending doze."
Gould said the power of the film
is in small vignettes, like the quiet
scene of a Nazi prison guard, who
has just abused a prisoner, return-
ing to discuss with a friend the
problems of being a father.

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16—Friday, January 21, 1966

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sorb the hoped-for newcomers. He
added that if the nuclear desalina-
tion project was successful, the
process could also be used by the
Arab countries and thus become a
key to peace in the Middle East.
The Premier deplored the fact
that both Israel and Egypt must
spend so heavily for arms when
the money could so much better
be used for internal development.
Asked why Israel had rejected pro-
posals to make the Middle East a
nuclear-free zone, the Premier re-
plied that neither Israel nor Egypt
have nuclear weapons and that the
first essential step therefore was
to destroy conventional weapons.
He said he felt an effort for gen-
eral disarmament would be a wiser
goal. The Premier asserted that
time was on Israel's side.

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