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October 28, 1966 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 28, 1966-11

Ex-AEC Head Levels Oppenheimer Trial Charge

NEW YORK — David E. Lilien- , papers from official files were re- used against him by the counsel
thal, former head of the Atomic moved to try to trap him into er- representing the AEC Roger Robb.
Energy Commission, charges in a rors in his testimony -. He
third volume of memoirs published asked to see these files to refresh '
Lilienthal calls the tactics "scan-
Oct. 17 that persons tried to trap his memory for his appearance be- : . dalous . . . an arbitary and high-
him when he appeared as a witness fore the Gordon Gray Committee. ' handed perversion of the adminis-
before a special government panel
The documents removed from ; trative process."
investigating the security clearance the files. Lilienthal charges, were ,'
of J. Robert Oppenheimer.

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The Oppenheimer case came
Michigan's area includes 57,022
about when, in 1954, the scientist, square miles of land and nearly
who had developed the atomic 40,000 square miles of water sur-
bomb, was declared a security risk face. In land and water area corn-
and barred from further access to bined, it is the largest state east
government secrets.
of the Mississippi
and
ranks
Lilienthal contends in his new tenth in the nation.
book "The Journals of David E.
Lilienthal: Venturesome Years.
1950-1955" (Harper and Row), that

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It was the prophet Elisha who of the 6th century BCE, a bronze
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ivories. as was the habit of the ticipants in the feasts mentioned
kings of the day. The Assyrians, in the Book of Esther (Chapter 1;
however, in the 8th century BCE, 7). quaffed their wines.
conquered Damascus, Hazael's
The Israel Museum has already
ivories were taken to a fort in the attracted 750,000 people and apart
Syrian desert, named Arslan Tash, from being a general art museum
to be dug by French archaeolo- has contributed much to a better
gists in 1928. Some of the ivories understanding of the history of
are now back in Jerusalem. at the the country and its people. This
Israel Museum. where they are series of extra-large stamps of
displayed as a loan from Dr. Elie museum exhibits carries bits of
Borowski. One of the ivories, de- this message to millions.
picting a cherub—a winged sphinx '
—is now shown on a new Israeli
airmail stamp, 2,700 years after H ouse. of.Diaspora'-'-
Hazael's days.

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A stone menora, from a second
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Dr. Nahum
century synagogue near Tiberias, Goldmann criticized Monday the
appears on another stamp in this behavior of the present Jewish
series of Israel Museum Exhibits. generation during the slaughter by
This stone relief menora has its Nazis of European Jewry, and a
seven candles decorated with "tendency" to forget the catas-
pomegranates and flowers and trophe at the present time.
dates back to the earliest days
The world Jewish leader spoke
of synagogue decoration.
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Dr. Goldmann said that the ac-
tivity of the present generation dur-
ing the European holocaust did not
add any heroic chapters to Jewish
history. 'We did not foresee the
danger and we did not react ac-
cording to the danger," he said,
adding that he was "ashamed" of
the reaction of the Jewish people
now "in tending to forget the Jew-
ish centers that perished."

He said Beth Hatwutzot would
perpetuate the memories of the
Jewish communities crushed and
annihilated by the Nazis. The com-
munities will be commemorated in
a 25 hall museum. Another goal of
the center will be to link the new
generation of Israeli Jews with
Jewish communities outside of
Israel and to handle research about
those communities.

0. Valinsky, chairman of the
American Committee of Friends of
the House, said Jews outside of
Israel would raise $3.000,000 to
build the structure.

JNF Forestation Program
to Reduce Unemployement

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Over
2.000 unemployed workers have
been given relief work in Jewish
National Fund Forestation pro-
grams, a JNF spokesman re-
ported here.
He said, in response to a re-
quest from the Ministry of
Labor, additional workers will
be given temporary employment
in various maintenance installa-
tions.
Over 5,000,000 trees will be
planted in Northern Israel in
the first stage of an extensive
land reclamation project an-
nounced by the JNF. Tree plant.
ing will begin soon on moun-
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Tabor, Zippori and other settle-
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