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April 15, 1966 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-15

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EShkol Expected Noted Israelis Join
to Contact LBJ on in Compiling Book
'Jews in Their Land'
Desalting Project Prominent Jewish writers col-

Israel States View on UN Settlement of Refugee Problem

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA) reasons." It contained, he as- posed last year that the Arab
— Israel is willing to play its part serted, "a number of shop-worn states should start peace talks
in a negotiated and agreed pro- political slogans and factual mis- with Israel.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The laborated in producing "The Jews gram for settling the Arab refu- statements about the nature and
Both the Arab letter and the
Israeli section of the joint United in Their Land," published by Dou- gee problem "in a constructive origin of the Arab refugee prob- one by Comay were circulated by
States-Israel committee on Israel's bleday. The illustrations include 42 and peaceful manner, including lem." He recalled to Thant the Thant as official General Assem-
projected nuclear desalination pages in full color, 18 pages in two the settlement of compensation fact that the Arab representatives bly documents, in accordance with
plant was due to present its final colors and 57 pages in black and claims," Secretary - General had made the same assertions at the requests for such action by the
report on the $200,000,000 project white.
U Thant was informed by Am- the last Assembly, when the spe- respective signatories.
this week.
David Ben-Gurion supervised the bassador Michael S. Comay, Is- cial political committee held 28
The contents of the report has project and also wrote the final rael's permanent representative at meetings on the issue, and its ses-
Gene Selznick captained the
been kept strictly secret, and will section. The president of Israel the United Nations.
sions were "marked by a rhetori- U. S. volleyball team that played
be released only after the Israel wrote the foreword and a former
The real solution of the Arab cal flood of over 140 statements a series of matches in Canada
government makes a study of it. president, another section. Other refugee question, Camay declared and interventions by Arab repre- against the Olympic Champion
The Israeli section held its final writers, well-known in their field, on behalf of his government, lies sentatives."
Russian team.
meetings last week and will prob- are: Dr. Y. Aharoni, Dr. Eliahu in the absorption of the refugees
The Arab letter informed Thant
ably disband after the presentation Auerbach, Professor Y. Guttman "among their brethren in the that it had been sent in pursuance
of its report to Premier Eshkol.
and Professor B. Dinur. The four- Arab world, just as Israel has of a resolution adopted by the
It was generally assumed that, color jacket is by the well-known absorbed about the same number Arab summit conference held in
after the presentation of the re-
artist, Ben Shahn. Highlights of of Jews from Arab countries."
Cairo last month. The only Arab
port, Premier Eshkol will deal Jewish history are depicted in
The Israeli envoy made his League member that did not sign
with subsequent steps in the text and photograph.
statements on the Arab refugee the Arab letter was Tunisia, whose
project through personal contact
issue in a letter to U Thant re- president, Habib Bourguiba, pro-
with President Johns o n. The
plying to one addressed to the
premier will act either through
secretary-general last week by 12
correspondence or by sending a
of the 13 Arab League states. In
personal representative to Wash-
the Arab missive, Thant was in-
ington. The chief question still to
vited to visit the Arab refugees
be clarified involves the terms of
"in order to witness the deteriorat-
United States participation in fi-
NEW YORK — New York's Sev ing conditions of the refugees, and
nancing the plant.
the prevailing dangerous situation
Writing in the current issue of enth Avenue garment industry — I in the area."
the Army publication, "Maara-
The camps are located in Jordan,
chot," Premier Eshkol expressed bership for two Bnai Brith lodges
Israel's determination to respect in Manhattan—has been invited to I Syria, Lebanon and the Gaza Strip
the provisions of the plan for export goods to the Egyptian mar- I —the area under Egyptian juris-
cooperative use of Jordan River ket, as soon as it reassures the I diction. UNRWA has listed more
selected styles—regulars, shorts, longs
water developed a decade ago by Egyptian government it does no than 1,200,000 refugees on its re-
lief rolls. The Arab states sub-
the late Eric Johnston, as Presi- business with Israel.
mitting their letter to Thant con-
dent Eisenhower's special emissary
True enough, the New York Coat
tended that UNRWA faces a deficit
on the problem.
and Suit Association, Inc., exports
The premier added the proviso very little to Israel. But it exports of $4,200,000 and is being threat-
that Israel's position was contin- very little to the Middle East in ened by reduction of rations and
services. Camay, in his letter, de-
gent on similar-respect on the part general.
nied these assertions.
of the riparian Arab states. He add-
The association's manager was
Comay charged that the Arab
ed a warning that Israel would astounded by the long series of
hold the Arab states responsible questions about business connec- missive had been "submitted and
for terrorist incursions from their tions with Israel. "They're in the I circulated mainly for propaganda
territories into Israel.
wrong pew!" said Richard B.
Leavy. The garment industry has
Israel Writers Parley a membership of some 85 per cent
Jewish and about 15 per cent Ital-
A ppeals to Moscow
ian. Arab membership is zero.
TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Hebrew
Moustafa Afifi. director general
Writers Union concluded its con- of the General Company for Trad-
vention here with an appeal to the , ing and Chemicals, sent the letter,
Soviet government to restore Rus- stating that his company had been
sian Jewry the national and cul- appointed by the Cairo government
tural rights granted to all other as "sole importer into the whole
national minorities in the Soviet UAR of a wide range of special
While noting with "gratification"
Included in the questionnaire
a trend toward greater freedom in
were queries on whether the
the Soviet Union, the Hebrew
clothing "company" had a branch
writers nevertheless expressed re-
or factory in Israel, if it had
gret over the recent imprisonment
shares in Israeli firms in Israel,
of Andrei Sinyaysky and Uli Dan-
if it had given any technical as-
iel "for writing as they saw fit."
sistance to any firm in Israel and
The resolution declared that "only
even "Does your company use
where the spirit is free is progress
the hexagonal Israeli star as a
The writers also expressed re-
Leavy said the garment industry
gret over a trend toward "material-
ism" in many facets of Israeli life. regularly conducts sales drives for
They also expressed objection to State of Israel Bonds, and while
the widespread use of foreign lan- the association performs "no ex-
guages in Israel which, they assert- porting or production on its own"
ed, impeded the absorption of new had helped Israel develop her gar-
ment industry.
Premier Levi Eshkol pledged a
Association President Leon
sympathetic approach" by the gov- Frechtel called the letter "incredi-
ernment to help Hebrew writers in ble" and said "I can't think of a
their work, and to help publish single item now being exported to
'their writings in Israel and abroad. an Arab country."
ashkol said Hebrew writers had
-a mission to tell the new genera-
tion about the meaning of the Nazi Israel Foreign Ministry
holocaust and the establishment of Expands ME Program
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The foi-
Kalodner Retires as Chief Justice eign ministry is reorganizing its
internal structure by creation of a
of U.S. Court of Appeals
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)—Judge new division for Middle East af-
Harry. E. Kalodner, chief judge fairs, to be headed by Mordechai
of the United States Court of Ap- Gant, formerly of the Washington
peals for the Third District, has Embassy. Several ad hoc commit-
stepped down from the chief judge- tees for urgent policy problems
ship, having reached the manda- also are being set up.
The new division will coordinate
tory retirement age of 70. How-
ever, he will remain an active and expand activities and research
member of the federal appellate on Israel-Arab relations, as well as
ties with other states in the region.
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The ministry also announced
or animal fat. Can be used in diets
1946. Previously he had been a creation of a new post, deputy
where milk is restricted. Vitamins
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Friday, April 15, 1966-9

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