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September 26, 1969 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-26

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Campaign Leaders Get A lfurds

`Israel Aide" Accused
In Communist Official
of Czech Reform Plot

2 Israeli Cleansers Introduced to U.S.

and two Dermapon, are being of-
fered as samples through the mail
for $1. Included with this offer is
a coupon that gives 50 cents off
eh the first regular purchase of
each of the products which are
now being featured at drug stores.
Natural pine needle extracts go Both are available in large 6.8-
into Bath Oren which produces ounce squeeze bottles with Bath
mountains of foam to sooth and • Oren retailing for about S3 and
relax while it deep cleanses the Dermapon for S1.69.
skin pores and keeps the skin
Orders for four travel-size sam-
velvety smooth. Its also used as ples, with $1, should be mailed to
a shampoo. Bath Oren contains Tawn, Ltd., P.O. Box 448, Bridge-
none of the skin-drying elements port, Conn. 06602.
found in soaps, or pore clogging
qualities of bath oils.
Dermapon is a foaming anti-
CARS TO BE DRIVEN
bacterial skin cleanser for sen-
To any state. Also drivers furnish-
sitive skin that combats blem-
ed to drive your car anywhere.
ish-causing skin germs. It has
Fully insured and I.C.C. licensed.
no harsh alkali and in fact is
Insured Driveaway System
so mild it's ideal for baby's bath,
9970 Grand River
too.
Detroit, Mich. 48204
Four generous travel-size squeeze
WE 1-0620-21-22
• bottles, two each of Bath Oren

Bath Oren and Dermapon, two -
popular Israeli-made products, are
being introduced to America this'
fall. Made in Tel Aviv by Taya, :
Ltd., each has enjoyed sales suc- •
cess in Europe and other parts
of the world, as well as Israel.

A Czech

LONDON (
Communist official has . charged
that a "secretary of the Israel Em. •
bassy in Prague – is involved in an
alleged conspiracy by Corn monist
reformers to "take over the lead-
ership of the party and the coun-
try with the aid of psychological
and physical terror."

According to Jan Piller, secre-
tary of the Communist party bu-
reau. the Israeli. identified as
Zucker. was often seen in the com-
pany of reformist leaders headed
by the former Czech minister, Dr.
Th'rantisek Kriegl.

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He contended on a Prague radio
broadcast that the alleged conspir-
ators had been meeting since last
spring. There has been no Israeli
Embassy in Prague since June
1967, when Czechoslovakia severed
diplomatic relations with Israel.

Prague radio expressed disap-
pointment that President Richard
M. Nixon said nothing about Is-
raeli withdrawal from the occu-
pied Arab territories in his recent
speech before the United Nations
General Assembly.

According to Prague, that
proved 'American support for Is-
raeli aggression." In general, ac-
cording to Prague radio, the Pres-
ident "did not come up ivith a fun-
damentally new stand but some of
his formulations indicated a shift
in attitudes."

It Happens

Every
Friday

At the annual Stag Day of the Detroit Service Group, awards
gency Fund which reached a record 510,350,000. At top (from left)
are Paul Zuckerman, a national chairman of United Jewish Ap-
peal, and Maxwell Jospey, 1969 campaign chairman, receiving
awards from Hyman Safran, president of the Jewish Welfare
Federation. In picture below, chairmen of the two campaign divi-
sions who tied for first place for the traditional DSG loving cup,
receive small gold cups as tokens of the 114 per cent achievement
of th; 1968 amounts raised. Pictured (from left) are Dr. Eli M.
Brown, professional division; Benjamin Frank, -Warren D. Green-
stone and Marvin I. Danto, mercantile division.

"Up-to-the-minute" news of the Jew-
ish world is brought to you. A
panorama of what is happening;
digests of Israel's movements that
effect us all; the local scene in
detail all in The Jewish News
every Friday.

Printers of The Jewish News for nrer a Quarter century.

String Attached to Desalination Pact:
Nixon Wants Gestu re Toward Arabs

MILT LEVIN

By MILTON FRIEDMAN

is now on the sales staff of
Packer Pontiac, Americas
largest Pontiac dealer. He's
waiting to give his customers a
great deal on a new '69 or '70
Pontiac, Tempest or Firebird.
See or call him today.

WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
White House has linked-any agree-
ment to assist Israel in construc-
tion of a prototype desalination
plant "with some corresponding
gesture to friendly Arab nations.
hopefully to alleviate the refugee
problem which is causing instabi-
lities in the Middle East," it was
disclosed this week.
The disclosure came in a White
House letter written on behalf of
President Nixon by William E.
Timmons, deputy assistant to the
President.

PACKER
PONTIAC

_
Livernois one block south
of Seven Mile Rd.
PHONE 863-9300

(JTA Staff Correspondent)

ITIZKOR

FOR YOUR LOVED ONES
THAT THEY SHALL BE
REMEMBERED

PLANT A TREE
IN ISRAEL
IN THEIR MEMORY

This observance is an age-
old, hallowed Jewish tradi-
tion and it has become cus-
tomary to plant trees in
Israel to link forever the
cherished memories of your
dear ones.

Phone

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6—Friday, September 26, 1969

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND

399-0820

22100 Greenfield Rd.

Trees are $2.50 each, TAX 'DEDUCTIBLE
Hours: Mon. thru Thurs. 9 to 5,
Fri. 9-4, Sun. 10-1

.

It was dated Sept. 13 and sent
to Rep. William F. Ryan. New
York Democrat. who had inquir-
ed about the current status of the
U.S. commitment to assist Israel
with desalination activities. A
budgetary provision submitted by
the prior Johnson administration
for Israeli desalination was elimi-
nated by the Nixon administration.

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PRINTING COMPANY

1442 BRUSH • DETROIT • 962-3703

Attempts are being made in
Congress to restore an appro-
priation to implement the com-
mitment that was first voiced
by President Johnson in 1964.

While raising a number of ques-
tions about the proposed desalina-
tion project, including that Arch
refugee question. Timmons said he
was "confident that, during the
next few weeks, (presumably dur-
ing the visit of Premier Gokla
Meir) we can develop a proposal
which will bee optimum to the
United States as well as to Is-
rael, either similar to the original
proposal or an improvement there-
upon. The President is mindful or
the fact that joint studies of de-
salination plants have been car-
ried out by the United Sates and
Israel since 1964, and that both
parties have contributed considci -
able sums of money. Please re , t
assured that our response will take
this past history into account. –

Timmons stated that the de-
salination issue had been "under
intensive study by the several gov-
ernment departments which are
involved in or affected by ad-
ministration decision."
Rep. Ryan stated that he did
not see the relevance of linking
the "long-time commitment on de-
salination to the issue of Arab
refugees." He added that he had
been trying to get a clarificatio'i
of the Nixon administration's view
of the commitment for several
months and that he did not re-
gard the White House letter as an
adequate answer. Rep. Ryan also
said desalination planning was
vital to Israel and that "The ad-
ministration should clarify its posi-
tion before or during the forth- •
coming visit of Premier Meir."

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