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December 22, 1967 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-22

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Hausner Accuses !Jordan Acknowledges Arab Custodian Rejected by Eban
Poland of Hiding 2-Way Trade Traffic
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel nroved two other draft resolutions
Foreign Minister Abba Eban said before it, one by the United States
Between East, West
Facts of Holocaust
(Direct .JTA Teletype Wire
that the Israel government would and the other a 19-power presenta-
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Polish au-
thorities were charged here Sun-
day night with misrepresenting
the facts about the destruction of
Jews in Nazi exermination camps
in Poland during World War H.
downgrading the role of Jews in
the 1943 Warsaw ghetto uprising
and deliherately concealing docu-
ments relating to the looted prop-
erty of Polish Jews which found
its way into German hands and is
presently held by East Germans.
The charges were made by
Gideon oaosner. former prosecu-
tor of Adolf Eichmann and a
member or the Knesset (Parlia-
ment), and by Mrs. Golda Meir,
former foreign minister of Israel,
addressing a rally here in protest
against the Polish government's
distortions Poland severed diplo-
matic relations with Israel after
the Six-flay War. Later, Polish
Communist Party chief Wladislaw
Gomulka warned Polish Jews that
support for Israel would be con-
sidered tantamount to treason. '
Hausner charged that Polish of-

ficialdom, by speeches and articles
in the pross, is trying to make it
appear that the Nazi extern, ;ea-
tion camoaien was directed n^ainst
Poles, not necessarily Jews. and
that the Jews played a minor role
in the Warsaw ghetto revolt which
is described as a "Polish upris- '

not accept the appointment of a
custodian for the properties of ab-
sentee Arabs in Israel. Such a cus-
todianship was proposed in the
United Nations by Arab and Mos-
lem countries for supervision of
properties left behind by Arab ref-
ugees. It is considered unlikely
that the proposal will get the re-
quired two-thirds majority in the
UN General Assembly.
(The proposal, submitted by five
Asian and African countries to
the UN's special political commit-
ties will be imposed on violators, tee, won a 42 to 38 vote on Satur-
Amman radio said.
day with 23 abstentions. Israel and
This was the first public admis- France were among the countries
sion by Jordanian authorities that casting negative votes. The pro-
trade exists between the East and posal, in the form of a draft reso-
West banks although ;it has been lution, requested the secretary -
flourishing for months.
general "to appoint a custodian to
The human traffic from East to protect and administer Arab prop-
West banks of the river contiues erty, assets and property rights in
as well. But on a much smaller Israel and to receive income de-
scale than the traffic in goods. rived therefrom on behalf of the

JERUSALEM — The Jordanian
government tacitly admitted Tues-
day that a brisk trade is going on
between Jordan and the Israel-oc
cupied West Bank by announcing
that a commission has been set
up to supervise it .
According to the Amman radio,
the chief purpose of the commis-
sion is to make sure that rtoods en-
tering Jordan originated on the
West Bank and not with "the ene-
my," meaning Israel. Severe penal-

El Al to Start
Romanian Tours

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—El Al, Israel's na-
tional airline. announced Wednes-
day that it will start regular flights
to Bucharest. Romania, next spring
and will offer two-week tours to
that country for Israelis at all in-
clusive fares of under 5200. El Al's
announcement followed the signing
in Jerusalem Tuesday of a $14.-
000,000 Israel - Romanian trade
agreement and civil air transporta-
tion pact for 1968. The scope of
the trade agreement is expected to
increase by 15 per cent annually
in 1969 and 1970.

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ing."
Mrs. Meir said "we are not so ;
much - bothered by attemets to
distort and misrepresent history

the Poles who are forced to listen
to such sreeches and react such'
articles and who, because of their
present reoirie, cannot even pro-

tion which dealt with the humani-
tarian aspects of the refugee prob-
leni.
The sun shines even on the

Only 35 persons crossed the Allen- rightful owners." Similar resolu-
by Bridge near Jericho Monday to tions have been proposed in previ-
join relatives in the Judea and Sa- ous years but were always reject-
maria districts under Israel's fami- ed or withdrawn without a vote
ly reunion plan. It is reported that Sponsors of this year's resolution
some 200 are eligible.
were Af hanistan Indonesia Ma-

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500 Eiwineers Attending
World Purley in Israel

(Direct TM Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Five hundred
technicians from abroad, among
them large contingents from Afri-
can and Asian countries, joined
1,000 Israeli colleagues at the First
World Congress of Engineers and
Architects which opened at the
convention center here Tuesday
night. The theme of the congress
is technological progress in Israel
and in developing countries.

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8 Red Bloc Nations Meet
for Talks on Mid East

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON—The foreign minis ters
and deputy foreign ministers of
the Soviet Union and seven other
Communist countries met behind
closed doors in Warsaw Tuesday
for talks on the Middle East crisis.
Russia, Poland, Bulgaria, Yugo-
slavia and East Germany are rep-
resented by their foreign ministers;
Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Ro-
mania by deputy foreign ministers.
Romania is the only Communist
bloc country that did not sever
diplomatic relations with Israel
after the June war.

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he has turned 70, ori give up all
hope of the Presidency.—Wendell
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