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April 18, 1969 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-18

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10—Friday, April 16, 1969

Rustin Renews Attack on Black Anti-Semitism
in Speech at Hebrew University Conference


(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

prior to the conference but had to
leave Monday. Other American
Negroes attending are Dr. Kenneth
B. Clark, dean of the Fordham
University School of Social Serv-
ice; Douglas Pugh, program ad-
viser on social development of the
Ford Foundation; and Franklin
Williams, director of the Center for
Minority and Urban Affairs at
Columbia University.
Participants in the conference
from Great Britain are Leslie
Blakeman, director of labor rela-
tions at the Ford Motor Co.; Lord
Carron, director of the Bank of
England; Lord Douglas, a member
of the British Electricity Council:
Lord Hirschfield, chairman of the

JERUSALEM — An American
Negro civil rights leader told an
Israeli audience Monday that in-
fluential American Negroes have
spoken out vigorously against
black anti-Semitism "and will con-
tinue to fight it."
Bayard Rustin. executive direc-
tor of the A. Philip Randolph In-
stitute, spoke at the opening ses-
sion of the International Confer-
ence on Technological Change and
Human Development at the He-
brew University. He said that
some anti-Semitism has cropped
up in the black community in New
York but it is practiced by an ex-
ceedingly small group of frustrat-
ed and confused people."
Rustin was one of a number of
prominent American Negroes who
joined others from the United
States and Great Britain at the
conference. He delivered a paper
on behalf of Whitney M. Young.
ed States appears ready to go
executive director of the National
ahead with aid to Israel for the
Urban League. who came to Israel
construction of a sea-water desa-
lination plant which might be the
Habima to Act in Vienna first in the world to use atomic
on Anschluss Anniversary energy, the Washington Post re-
VIENNA (JTA) — Israel's na- ported from Rome. The project
tional theater troupe. the Habima, grew out of proposals made by
arrived here to perform two former President Dwight D. Eisen-
Israeli plays at the Burg Theater. hower and former Atomic Energy
The first performance will coin- Commission chairman, Admiral
cide with the 31st anniversary of Lewis L. Strauss. It has been re-
the Anschluss the annexation of portedly endorsed by President
Richard M. Nixon. Preliminary
Austria to Nazi Germany.
The play is "Hanna Senesz" discussions between American and
about a Jewish woman paratroop- Israeli experts took place during
er dropped behind German lines the Johnson Administration.
American officials described the
in Hungary on a secret mission
during World War II. She was plans at an international confer-
captured by the Nazis and ence on water purification in
Rome, according to the Post. The
1970 Federal budget includes $40
million to help Israel construct a
desalination plant that might use
atomic energy, it said. Nuclear
energy is practical only for de-
salting plants with a capacity of
100 million gallons a day, which
would be produced in the plant en-
visaged for Israel in addition to
the daily generation of 300 mega-
watts of electrical power. Also
under consideration is a 450 million
gallon-per-day desalting and elec-
tric power plant to serve Israel
20811 W. 8 Mile
and the neighboring Arab states.
Whether the plant in Israel, if
between Southfield & Telegraph
built, will be the first to use atomic
power will depend on what the
Russians are doing in this field.
The Soviets were known to be
Prices Quoted Over
working on a nuclear desalination
plant but their activities were
The Phone.
shrouded in secrecy, the Post re-
port said.

Report U.S. Ready
to Assist Israel in
Nuclear Desalting


Haifa Technology CenterDraws Engineering Firm*

HAIFA (JTA)—The first advanc- neering firms plan to move into
the center soon. Goldberg said the
Technion's engineers and scientists
would be available on a consulta-
five basis to help develop the cen-

ed technology center in the Mid-
dle East has been opened on a 30-
Trade Union Unit, Trust Manag- acre site near Haifa as a joint ven-
ers, Ltd.; Lord Paddie, deputy ture of the Technion Israel Insti-
chairman of the National Board tute of Technology, the govern-
for Prices and Incomes, and Sir ment and the Haifa municipality.
Trevor Ivans, director of the According to Technion President
Alexander Goldberg, eight engi-
Beaverbrook Press.

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