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February 03, 1967 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-02-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 1 Buddhist Proposes Non-Communist Plan for Vietnam Peace in Book
A copy of "Vietnam: Lotus in a
The American build-up of mili- Nobel Prize Laureate Dr. Martin

16—Friday, February 3, 1967

Hebrew U. Lists
Advanced Methods
in Policy-Making

JERUSALEM — Novel decision-
making and policy analysis
methods, developed by scientists
of the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, are now being put into use
by the Israel Government in coop-
eration with university teachers as
a means to improving government
operations.
The research is an attempt to
develop for civilian purposes some
of the major strides which have
been in the field of defense deci-
sions since World War I I,
n'oneered predominantly by the
military of the United States.
Among such new methods,
evolved by American scientists, is
systems analysis, used in rational
decision-making on defense prob-
lems such as weapons develop-
ment, force composition, logistics,
manpower allocation, and also in
dealing with basic strategic issues
such as the concept of second
strike capacity, escalation, etc. Yet
very little has been done to apply
these advanced methods of deci-
sion making to non-military areas,
e.g. education, welfare and eco-
nomic development.
A major outcome of the Hebrew
University studies may be the
establishment in Israel of an In-
stitute for Applied Policy Re-
search, where an inter-disciplinary
staff of scientists would study dif-
ferent policy issues and make
policy recommendations. The pro-
posal to set up such an institute
has been prepared by university
scientists and is now being con-
sidered by the government.

N.Y. Cemetery
Strike Ends

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
31/2-week-long strike of cem-
etery workers, which had halted
most burials in all Jewish and non-
Jewish cemeteries in the New York
area, was settled here Jan. 25, with
many of the workers returning to
work immediately to begin inter-
ring the accumulation of bodies
that had been stored in cemetery
vaults since the start of the walk-
out.
During the entire period of the
strike, many Orthodox Jewish fam-
ilies chose to dig graves them-
selves so as not to deviate from
the traditional requirement of a'
proper Jewish burial as soon as
possible after death.

Landsmanshaften Set Goal

NEW YORK (JTA)—Five hun-
dred leaders in fraternal and bene-
volent societies Sunday initiated
a drive for $2,000,000 as their or-
ganizations' share of the funds to
be raised by the United Jewish
Appeal of Greater New York in
1967.
This was a major action of the
29th annual meeting of the New
York UJA's Council of Organiza-
tions, held here. Israel's ambas-
sador to the United States, Avra-
ham Harman, was guest speaker
at the meeting.
The council adopted a resolution
urging landsmanshaften to provide
this year—in addition to their sup-
port of the 1967 UJA campaign—
$1.000,000 toward the $3,000,000
construction cost of the House of
World Jewry being established in
Tel Aviv, in part as a memorial to
If you make money your god, it the European Jewish communities
destroyed by the Nazis during
will plague you like the devil.
Fielding World War II.

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tary forces in Vietnam creates
more Communists daily and forces
upon us deep psychological and
political defeat.
This is the startling thesis of
Thich Nhat Hanh, Buddhist monk,
editor, philosopher and poet, whose
plan for a non-Communist end to
the war, "Vietnam: Lotus in a Sea
of Fire," will be published Feb.
27 by Hill and Wang. The book, the
first to appear in English by a
high-ranking Vietnamese Buddhist
and close associate of Thich Tri
Quang, has a foreword by Thomas
Merton and an afterword by Alfred
Hassler, executive secretary of the
Fellowship of Reconsiliation.
The author explains why, after
20 years of war and broken prom-
ises, the Vietnamese people have
become suspicious of the big
powers, East as well as West.
Thich Nhat Hanh has been label-
ed a tool of the Pentagon by Hanoi
and a Communist by Saigon. He
has met with Martin Luther King,
Robert Lowell, Senator J. W. Ful-
bright, Secretary of Defense Robert
McNamara and Pope Paul VI.

British 'National Socialist'
Denies He Approves of
Genocide; Likes Swastika

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON—Colin Jordan, leader
of Britain's National Socialist
Party, denied in the Court of
Assizes, at Devon, Wednesday that
hes approved of the Nazi program
for the annihilation of the Jews.
He and Peter Pollard, 19, a
member of his movement who had
been a sailor in the British navy
but resigned to join the National
Socialists, are on trial at Devon
for "conspiracy to contravene the
Race Relations Act."
They are accused of desecrat-
ing a synagogue at Plymouth,
where the swastika and anti-
Semitic slogans had been smear-
ed on the walls and doors of the
Jewish house of worship. Both
pleaded not guilty when their
trial opened Tuesday.
Asked by the prosecutor whether
he was a Nazi, Jordan replied on
the witness stand that he is "a
National Socialist." He conceded
that the emblem used by his or-
ganization is the swastika. He ad-
mitted that, in correspondence with
Pollard, he had used the words
"Heil Hitler" under his own signa-
ture. (See story page 2).

Industrial Organization
in Israel Helps Near East

TEL AVIV—A vast program for
international cooperation in the
creation of new industry in the
Near East and Africa was an-
nounced by Israel's pioneering
manufacturing and engineering or-
ganization, Koor Industries Ltd.
One of the largest industrial com-
bines in the East, with 34 plants
producing everything from com-
plete chemical factories to rubber
mattresses, Koor revealed the
formation of an international divi-
sion to offer its know-how, produc-
tion and technical facilities and
personnel to the development of
industry in this part of the world.
Though organized by Histadrut,
General Federation of Labor, in
1944, Koor incorporates the invest-
ment of private capital, both
foreign and local, in its various
enterprises.

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advanced students ?nay be obtained through your local Hebrew
Organization or by writing to : But Ivrit Olamit, P.O.B. 7111,
Jerusalem, Israel.

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population's incomes are "excep-
tionally evenly distributed, more
so than in most other countries,
providing greatest economic and
social equality." The report was
based on a study prepared for the
Bank of Israel by a special com-
mittee headed by Horowitz.

Luther King and 20 other eminent Sea of Fire" is being sent to every
Americans have formally proposed congressman and senator by the
to the Nobel Institute that Thich
Nhat Hanh be awarded the Nobel Fellowship of Reconciliation.
Peace Prize for 1967.

B - G Concedes Need

Exists for Jewish
Communities Abroad

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Former
Premier David Ben-Gurion, long a
vigorous proponent of the theory
that Jews everywhere should seek
to settle in Israel eventually, de-
clared here Jan. 21 that he now
believed that Israel could not ex-
ist without Jewish communities
in other lands and that such Jew-
ish communities could not exist
without Israel.
The former prime minister, who
Jan. 12 - Feb. 10
is planning a visit to the United
States and England in March,
spoke at a meeting of the council
of the dissident Israel Workers
Party (Rafi), which he organized
last year in a challenge to the
leadership of Premier Levi Eshkol.
He also indicated his belief that
1966
1948
methods used by the Zionist
movement to encourage immi-
TREES PLANTED
gration from the free Western
80,000,000
countries were useless and that 5,000,000
such immigrants would come
LAND RECLAIMED
only when Israel became "a torch
(Dunams)
of spiritual and moral values."
550,000
45,000
The Zionist movement, in its
ROADS BUILT BY J.N.F.
present form, he declared, would
(kilometers)
not be able to renew aliya on a
large scale unless the "miracle"
2,200
300
occurred of Russian Jewry being
J.N.F.
LAND
HOLDINGS
allowed to emigrate.

MONTH

Achievements
since 1948

(Dunams)

German Engineers Fail;
Israeli Experts Get Call

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—The Spanish
government enlisted assistance of
Israeli experts in the erection of a
plant for the desalination of sea
water, according to the Israel
press.
The project in Spain was estab-
lished by a German company
which, with the approval of the
government, invited the experts
from Israel after the failure of
German engineers to get the under-
taking into motion.

4,200,000
942,000
AREA AFFORESTED

(Dunams)

305,000
RURAL SETTLEMENTS
ON J.N.F. LAND
221
630
POPULATION
ON J.N.F. LAND
780,000
125,000

.22,000

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