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March 04, 1966 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-04

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Eban Denies Granting Nuclear
Supervisory Rights to the U. S.

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — The United
States government has not asked
for supervisory rights over all Is-
raeli nuclear installations in ex-
change for financing a projected
nuclear-powered desalination plant,
plant, Foreign Minister Abba Eban
told a parliamentary committee
Wednesday. He told the foreign
affairs and security committee that
the United States did ask for in-
spection rights on the nuclear core
of the proposed plant.
Eban said that the request was
"natural one" since the nuclear
f a nt will be built by Israel to-
ther with the United States and
a erated jointly. His clarification
followed a number of reports from
Washington that the U.S. had de-
cided to tie loans for the nuclear
desalination plant to an Israeli
agreement that all nuclear installa-
tions in Israel be fully open to in-
ternational inspection.
Foreign ministry sources here
have consistently disclaimed
knowledge of such a purported
U.S. condition for aid to the proj-

ect. The U.S. has sought for sev-
eral years through the Interna-
tional Atomic Agency in Vienna to
persuade Israel to allow inspection
of its nuclear facilities, particular-
ly the larger one at Dimona.
In a related development Israeli
sources said that the possibility
of purchase of nuclear facilities for
the desalination project from Brit-
ain was broached during a recent
trip by Major General Zvi Tsur,
director general of the Mekorot
Water Company to London. It
was reported that while the British
did not set any political conditions
for such a transaction it collapsed
temporarily because of the finan-
cial terms proposed.

RECIPE OF THE WEEK—VIENNESE BEEF GOULASH

3 lbs. stewing beef, cubed
2 cups chopped onion
1 /z cup shortening
11/2 teaspoons caraway seed
1 /2 teaspoon marjoram
2 garlic cloves, minced

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2 tablespoons paprika
1/4 cup catsup
1 teaspoon salt
6 hot boiled potatoes
3 hard-cooked eggs, sliced

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New Law Drafted,
in Austria to Check
Nazis, Anti-Semites

VIENNA ( JTA ) — Austrian
Justice Minister Christian Broda
reported last weekend that the
draft_ of a new Austrian penal law
contains regulations against in-
stigation to violence. He said effec-
tive m e a s u r e s against anti-
Austrian, anti-Semitic and neo-
Nazi activities were absolutely
necessary.
Broda's announcement came as
more and more evidence has ac-
cumulated here that anti-Semitic
propaganda has become a staple
in the effort of Franz Olah, former
Socialist minister of the interior,
to be elected on his own Demo-
cratic Progressive ticket in the
general elections to be held in
Austria Sunday.

Olah campaign material, cir-
culated largely in southern Aus-
tria, is aimed primarily against
Foreign Minister Bruno Kreisky,
Broda himself and Vice-Chan-
cellor Pittermann. Anti-Socialist
pamphlets refer to the three as
"the Jews," although the only
one among them known to be
a Jew is Kreisky.

The pamphlets accuse Pitter-
mann and Kreisky of having ac-
cumulated funds in preparation
for emigration abroad, where they
allegedly have links with "inter-
national Jewry." Kreisky had taken
refuge from Hitler persecution in
Sweden during World War II.
Olah elicited wide approval from
evident anti-Semites during a cam-
paign rally in the large hall of
the Vienna Konzerthaus, when he
attacked the Socialist and govern-
ment leaders as Jews.

it

itish Govt. Delaying
enocide Pact Approval
Till Domestic Law Change

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON — A government
spokesman said in the House of
Commons Tuesday that the gov-
ernment was delaying action on
ratification of the international
pact against genocide until domes-
tic - law could be changed to con-
form to the pact.
Minister of State Walter Pad-
ley was asked by a Conservative
member what action the govern-
ment was - taking on the pact, which
Britain decided last November to
ratify. Padley replied that "It
is now necessary to introduce
legislation to bring our domestic
law into line with the convention.
This will be done as soon as the
legislative program permits, and
accession will take place as soon
as possible after legislation is
enacted."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 4, 1966-3

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