Peace Message From Truman Marks Hebrew U.
Meeting in Jerusalem; New Center to Spur Research
JERUSALEM—The board of trus-
tees of the Harry S. Truman Cen-
ter for the Advancement of Peace.
meeting July 6 at the Givat Ram
campus of the Hebrew University
under the chairmanship of Arthur
Goldberg, former Chief Justice of
the U.S. Supreme Court and U.S.
Ambassador to the UN, issued this
"The trustees of the Truman
Center, consisting of American and
Israeli members, meeting in Jeru-
salem, pledge the resources of this
organization bearing the proud
name of a great world statesman
devoted to peace throughout the
world, to the cause of a just and
lasting peace in the Middle East.
"We endorse a program of ac-
tion and research for the organiza-
tion designed to further a perma-
nent peace so essential for the wel-
fare, social progress and economic
development of all peoples a n d
countries in the area.
A message to the meeting from
former President Truman, brought
by David Noyes, a member of the
board and a lifelong associate and
aide of President Truman said:
is enjoyed by more people than governors of the Hebrew Univer-
ever before, there are millions I say: Louis Boyar of Los Angeles,
and millions of people who are Nathaniel Goldstein, vice-chairman
hungry, starving, who lack the of the board, and David Noyes.
barest essentials of life—m o r e Founders who attended the meet-
poor unfortunates than ever be- ing included Emma Schaver of
fore in the history of man. These Detroit.
forgotten people have a call on
our conscience, and we must try
to do something that will help
show the way to a solution.
-In the time of my adminis-
tration we made a major effort
to do something about the plight
of these people. We instituted
Point IV and other measures
The Israel members attending
included Avraham Harman, presi- ,
dent of the Hebrew University,
and Eliahu Elath, former presi-
dent of the university and honor-
ary chairman of the board.
Among the action taken at the
meeting was the establishment of
an international board of overseers
("Moatza" with former U. S. ,
Chief Justice Earl Warren as chair- I
man and including Hubert Hum- I
phrey. Paul Henri Spaak, Prof. I
James Bryant Conant and others.
and we seemed to make some
progress towards enabling these
people to help themselves.
"Perhaps this center could un-
dertake some such program as
Point IV, on a much lesser
scale, of course, as a pilot test.
to the same end. I would like
you to explore it.
"These are some of the things
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 18, 1969 -5
Hebrew U. Faculty Members
Conduct Teachers Seminar
NEW -YORK—Two Hebrew Uni-
versity faculty members now in
the United States will conduct the I
annual Summer Teachers Seminar
and Ulpan sponsored by the De-
partment of education and culture
of the Jewish - Agency - American
Section to be held at Camp Ramah,
Wingdale, N.Y., Aug. 6 to 27.
Forty Hebrew school teachers
from throughout the country will I
Aharon Rosen and Dr. Gershon
Shaked will conduct the two basic
courses at the seminar.
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JERUSALEM — Speaking at a
cuss with you in person, if it had
ceremony July 8, at which the sites
been possible for me to under- were dedicated for the Allan Laz-
take so arduous a journey.
aroff and Emma Schaver Dormi-
"I continue to have faith in
tory, the Rose and Isaac Taylor
"We cannot be reminded too
man's instinct for self-preserva-
Dormitory, the Grossman Family
often that we are in a difficult
Dormitory, t h e Elisabeth Zax
and dangerous time. This is espe-
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will prevail over those who would
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world, in which ancient hostilities
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him in peril of self-extinction.
Studies, all of which are to rise in
and incited prejudices cause pe-
the near future on the Mount Sco-
"In that spirit I remind you of
riodic eruptions that feed on
the solemn obligation to make t pus campus of the university, He-
themselves, and pose a major
good our commitment to help ' brew University President Avra-
threat of general involvement.
light the way- to peace, and I ham Harman said:
"These are man-made p r o b-
"Today we are celebrating the
wish you Godspeed."
Items, and our task is to come up
The American members attend- beginning of a number of projects
with some practical answers —
ing the meeting were Samuel Roth- concerned with the welfare of the
"In a world where prosperity berg, chairman of the board of student population of the Hebrew
University and the three main
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housing, scholarships and suitable
pre - academic preparation for
NEW YORK—The press in the , lieved to discover themselves alive would-be students."
Mid East reflect the growing ten- and the war 'all over' as far as
Mrs. Emma Schaver expressed
sions that grip the area during they are concerned, intent upon
great happiness, and pledged fu-1
another hot summer of sporadic making their future—behind bars
hostilities between Israel and the in Israeli jails—as comfortable as ture efforts to the growth of the
Arab world. they can. They claim they have university and the revitalization of
"Two years after the Six Day been misled, lied to and hence its first campus.
The university awarded an hon-
War the attitude of the Arab popu. have no obligation to any one. •
oraryfellowship to James Ross of
lation in the occupied territories
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the same illusions, the same men-
tality and the same destructive
spirit that is both the joy and the
good fortune of the enemy . . .
"Still circling over the destiny
of the Arabs are all those preda-
tory birds: despotism. sloppy and
abortive socialism, the nationalist
and unionist monopolies. persecu-
tions, and. above all, words."
The article in the Jerusalem
Post Weekly says that, after inter-
viewing security experts. the bit-
terest of the Arabs "is a continu-
ous factor and will have to be
dealt with for a long time to
However, the reporter, Ze'ev
Schul, delving into security, quotes
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does have internal security."
This, the Atlas article points
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