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February 21, 1969 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-21

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Latest Cabled Reports From Abroad

Molotov Cocktail Hurled
Young Israeli Architect
Anti-Zionist Author
Defense Production
at DAIA Bldg; None Hurt
Wins Technion Prize
Not Caught Offguard, in Russia Visited Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israeli offi-
HAIFA—The Technion's annual
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—A Mole-
Gen. Amit Declares
cials have identified the author of Sigmund Braverman Prize, dedi- tov cocktail—a gasoline bomb—was

TEL AVIV—Israel's largest Indus-
trial enterprise is rapidly gearing
in meet the production challenge
presented by the imposition of the
French arms embargo.
General (Res.) Meir Amit, man-
aging director of Boor Industries
& Crafts Ltd., said the French
Move did not catch the 34-plant
Manufacturing network by sur-
prise. Since the Six-Day War, he
noted, wide expansion plans have
been put into effect in both the
metalworking and electronics fields
by Koor greatly extended its local
production to meet Israel's defense

needs.

Boor, which is operated by Ms-

tadrut General Federation of Labor,
with foreign investors participat-
ing in many of its plants, includes
the country's largest electronics
Industry which is producing mili-

a newly published anti-Zionist book
in Russia as a Soviet publicist who
visited Israel in 1965 as a delegate
with a Soviet sports team but who
was refused a visa this year to at-
tend a convention of the Moscow-
oriented faction of the Israel Com-
munist Party.
They said that Yuri Ivanov, au-
thor of "Danger: Zionism," met
with a number of Israeli Commu-
nist leaders when he was here four
years ago.
His book, the first one wholly
devoted to Zionism to be publish-
ed in the Soviet Union in many
years, received a favorable review
in the Soviet youth newspaper
Komsomolskaya Pravda. But the
paper thought it did not go far
enough in exposing "Zionism's par-
ticipation in ideological diversions
against our country and the other
Socialist countries."
The paper claimed that Zionist
intrigues were behind counter-revo-
lutionary forces in Hungary, Po-
land and Czechoslovakia.

cated to a distinguished Cleveland
architect has been awarded to
Alexander Mesinger for original
and Creative architectural design.
Mesinger, a 1968 graduate of the
Technion's faculty of architecture
and town planning, received the
prizes for designing a Haifa sub-
urban center, embodying a new
concept which provides plans for
easy expansion with the greatest
flexibility.
The prize was established by
Mrs. Libbie Braverman in the name
of her late husband, who died in
1960. He designed more than 40
synagogues and Jewish community
buildings in the United States.

THE DEIROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 21, 1969-19

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hurled at the door of the Buenos
Aires Jewish community building
Jan. 10 but hurt no one and caused
little damage. The building houses
the offices of the DATA, central
representative body of Argentine
Jewry. Community leaders inform-
ed the chief of police and requested
a meeting with him.

Nile: a River of Oil

PARIS (ZINS)—Oil magnates of
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
the entire world, including the
United States, are noting with sat-
isfaction that still another oil-rich
country is shortly expected to ap-
pear on the map.
22100 GREENFIELD RD.
OAK PARK, MICH. 48237
Oil production in Egypt is reach-
Israel Trade Looks Up
ing the annual 30,000,000-ton mark,
PHONE 399-0820
and experts contend that within
in Romania, Germany
two years Egypt will produce 50,- Office Hours: Mon. thru Thum 9 to
JERUSALEM (JTA)—Trade be- 000,000 tons of black gold annually.
tween Romania and Israel is ex- Egypt will then earn $300,000,000 5; Friday 9 to 4; Opole Soottioy
10 to 1-
pected to increase by 50 per cent in oil a year.
this year, it was announced when
Finance Minister Zeev Sharef and
Romanian Agriculture Min i s t e r
Nicolae Giousau signed a docu-
ment renewing a trade agreement.
Trade between the countries dou-
bled in 1967 and redoubled in 1968.
Meanwhile, Israel's exports to
West Germany rose by 25 per cent
Presents
in 1968, while German exports to
Israel increased by 100 per cent.
West German imports accounted
for a quarter of Israel's exports of
citrus fruits to Western Europe.

tary communications equipment for
bcal and foreign consumption, and
beaters major forging, tube works
and other metals factories in addi-
tion to its only steel mill.
General Amit pointed out that in
the past six months, since the Eichmann Prosecutor
beginning of his administration at
Koor, decisive steps have been Urges Education Drive
Made to significantly enhance the
of Holocaust
sophistication of metalworking pro- on Causes
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
cesses in Koor plants and new
I to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM — The man who
manufacturing entitles have been
prosecuted Adolf Eichmann called
launched.
Tuesday for a thorough educational
campaign in Israeli schools and for
Jobs May Outnumber
the public on the causes and dim-
POPULAR DEMAND
ensions of the Nazi holocaust
Applicants in Israel
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
which destroyed Six Million.
London
Street
a
`Shtetl'
to The Jewish News)
Gideon Hausner, a member of
JERUSALEM — The scarcity of the Knesset, addressed his appeal for B-G Documentary
labor in Israel will increase this to the Yad Vashem, the Heroes
LONDON (JTA) — Twickenham
year, owing to an increase in em- and Martyrs remembrance Author-
South London thorough-
ployment opportunities, the direc- ity, at a meeting of its 88-member Street, a
fare, will be disguised as the main
Personally Escorted
tor of Israel's employment services council.
street
of
a
19th Century Russian
Group for 3 Marvelous Weeks In
predicted Wednesday.
The body, which was established "shtetl" for the filming of a bio-
Dov Kochavi told Israeli emis- as both an archive and a memo-
saries to foreign countries that 45,- rial, is having financial difficul- graphical documentary of the life
000 new jobs will be created this ties. Katriel Katz, former Israel of former Prime Minister David
Visiting
year because of continued invest- consul general in New York, who Ben-Gurion of Israel.
Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland
Covenant Communications Corp.,
Meat and expanded production.
is chairman of its executive, said which is making the film, intended
Only 45,000 persons were expected that one economy measure is not
to shoot the sequences in the Pol-
to be available to fill them.
Moshe Rivlin, Jewish Agency di- to replace retiring staff members. ish town of Plonsk, where Ben-
Gurion was born and spent his
rector-general, said that 20,000
childhood. But the Warsaw author-
Jewish youth can be brought to Ex-Nazis on Trial Again
all inclusive
ities refused to grant them per-
Israel annually for education and for Shooting Thousands
featuring:
work if proper living conditions
mission.
BONN (JTA)—Two former Nazis
are provided. Nine thousand charged with shooting to death Most of the film has been shot
*FIRST CLASS HOTELS WITH PRIVATE
youths have arrived for similar
BATH
thousands of Jews in Russia during on location in Israel. But parts of
purposes in the last year, he said.
* MOST MEALS PLUS THE SPECIAL BONUS
London
will
be
used
for
sequences
World War H were on trial this
OF GOURMET DINING AT THE BEST
week in Mainz for the second time. concerning Ben-Gurion's activities
RESTAURANTS IN SCANDINAVIA—"SMA
Trip to W. Germany Set The first trial of Leopold Windisch, here. They include a hotel where
HJEM" IN BERGEN, "ROYAL NOR-
stayed and the Battersea Town
WEGIAN CLUB" IN OSLO. "OPERA-
by 20 Knesset Members 65, and Rudolf Werner, 61, a gov- he
KALLERAN" IN STOCKHOLM, "FISHER-
BONN (JTA) — A delegation of ernment official, was ended on a Hall which will stand in for the
MAN'S HUT" IN HELSINKI AND "SEVEN
20 members of the Israel Knesset, technicality. The two are accused British Foreign Office.
SMALL
HOMES" IN COPENHAGEN.
representing all parties in the Is- of taking part in the shooting of
* TICKETS TO BERGEN FESTIVAL, TICKETS
rael government, will visit West 12,800 persons between autumn Israeli Shipping Leader
TO THE ROYAL COURT THEATER AND
Germany March 17-28 and meet 1941 and summer 1942. Most of the
LONDON (JTA)—Shlomo Adler,
BALLET IN STOCKHOLM, TICKETS TO
victims were Jews, many were head of the Atid Navigation Co.,
with top German leaders.
CONCERT IN COPENHAGEN.
The delegation will be headed by Gypsies.
* FANA FOLKLORE EXCURSION IN NOR-
Ltd. of Haifa, and a prominent
WAY.
David Hacohen, chairman of the
figure in Israeli shipping, di-6d
*SPECTACULAR FJORD TOUR OF NOR-
Inesset foreign affairs committee. Award to Be Presented
here at age 57.
WAY.
U will include an Arab MK. Meet- to Writer on Holocaust
Mr. Adler settled in Palestine in
*S IGHTSEEING, TIPS, TAXES AND TRANS-
lags are scheduled with Chancellor
the
1920s.
He
was
one
of
the
early
FERS INCLUDED.
jury
of
A
LONDON (JTA) —
Kurt Georg Kiesinger; Bundestag
founders of Hagana, Jewish Pales-
*ROUND-TRIP JET ECONOMY AIR TRANS-
President Kai-Uwe Von Hassell, prominent Jewish writers from the tine's defense force, and at one
PORTATION FROM DETROIT.
Foreign Minister Willy Brandt and United States, Britain, France and time served as aide de camp to
Interior Minister Hans Benda. The Israel will meet here Feb. 22-23 to Gen. Orde Wingate, the British
NOTE:
Bee
Kalt's Orient Tour for Apr. 17,
Israeli delegation will also meet decide the 1969 recipient of the military commander who helped
1969 departure is sold out.
Mayor Klaus Schuetz of West Ber- $2,500 Remembrance Award for train Hagana members.
Applications now accepted for the Orient Tear Oct.
the best book relating to the Nazi
Me—April MO.
lin and will visit the city council Holocaust or the rehabilitation of
Mr. Adler served as president of
and the Jewish community there. its victims in Israel.
the
Israel
shipowners
pool
in
1948,
E
KALT TRAVEL SERVICE
E
B
They will visit Hamburg and Mun-
The award was established by an organization which mobilized
OYAL
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4,, 26 N w ^
ich.
Josef Rosensaft, president of the Israel's meager shipping resources
An "Israel Week" in Stuttgart World Federation of Bergen Bel- to bring in vitally needed supplies
LI
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will coincide with their visit.
/ //Al „
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sen Associations.
during the country's War for In-
Members of the jury will include dependence.
Israel's Labor Woes Part_ Prof. Abraham J. Heschel, Saul
Bellow and Elie Wiesel, of New
of Democracy—Almogi
York; Andre Schwarz-Bart, Manes
(Direct .TTA Teletnie Wire
to The Jewish News)
Sperber. and Piotr Rawicz, of
JERUSALEM — Israel's labor Paris; and Matti Meged, of Israel.
minister said in the Knesset Mon-
day that he was far from happy
U.S.-UAR Relations Near?
with the current state of labor re-
CAIRO — An "authoritative
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW
lations in IsraeL
But Yosef Almogi, who submit- source" has been quoted here as
saying that the United States and
ministry's
budget,
said
ted his
labor troubles are part of the way the United Arab Republic are close
ARETHUSA HOTEL
to resuming diplomatic relations.
or life in a democracy. He said he The U.S. has resolved all differ-
MT. CLEMENS, MICH.
Was unalterably opposed to com-
Mineral Baths
pulsory arbitration of labor dis- ences and is prepared to move im-
Strictly Kosher
mediately,
the
source
said,
and
468-6812
putes, asserting that it does not
1st seder April 2, 1969
wadi anywhere, even in the United the Soviet Union is posing no ob-
jection.
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