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August 14, 1970 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-08-14

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Soviet Missile Move Occurred
When Cease Fire Took Effec

JERUSALEM (JTA) —Defense Thursday with the foreign press
Minister Moshe Dayan Thursday was postponed three times and
afternoon confirmed in the Knesset then canceled without any reason
that during the night in which the given.
cease fire came into effeci. last Fri-
Dayan said he had informed the
day, there was "a substantial, mili- U.S. of the situation and had asked
tarily significant movement of the administration to insure that
Soviet missiles in the Suez Canal the military situation in the canal
zone should be restored to what it
It is understood that an unan- was before the cease fire took
nounced cabinet meeting took place effect.
He disclosed that the cease-fire
Thursday at which it is believed
the new development was discuss- agreement was based on six points:
ed Foreign Minister Abba Eban's
• Israel and Egypt will observe
press conference scheduled for a cease fire taking effect midnight

This Week in History

(From the files of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
40 Years Ago This Week: 1930

Nathan Ftazumovsky, an aged Russian Zionist who had crossed into
China intent on smuggling himself to Palestine, returned after three
years to obtzin funds and was arrested as a spy.
Austria's Catholic Church authorized marriages between Catholics
and non-converting Jews.
Romania's largest synagogue was destroyed by fire, possibly arson.

Furor greeted the acquittal in Bucharest of anti-Semitic agitator
Zelea Codreanu.
JTA reported: "If the National Socialists get control of the German
government . . . and carry out to the letter their campaign plans, no
Jew will be permitted to be a German citizen. The program . . ., led
by Adolf flitter, himself not a citizen of Germany, calls for a national
Program to deprive the Jews of citizenship or to rid the country of
them entirely."

Maurice Schwartz, charging his Yiddish Art Theater of New York
closed "because of the high rentals and lack of adequate support for
the great Jewish community," vowed not to return without being

guaranteed a fully financed theater.
The Jewish Agency said Palestine's 172,000 Jews were 20 per cent
of the population.

10 Years Ago This Week.: 1960

Dr. Abe Silverstein, director of NASA's space flights, was lauded
on the successful launch of Echo 1.
Premier David Ben-Gurion urged increased Israeli aid to un-
developed nations, "not as charity but as an obligation."

Valentin Ivanov, first secretary of the Soviet Embassy in Washing-
ton, was ordered to leave the country following FBI charges he paid
an American Nazi "substantial" money pending the latter's getting
a government job.
The American Jewish Congress opposed a "religious preference"
question on the New Jersey Boy Scouts application.
Ex-SS officer Herbert Cukurs, charged with 32,000 deaths in Riga,

said, "I cannot deny that I killed several Jews."
West Germany created a commission of scholars and educators
to aid schools' teaching of Nazi history. The West Berlin Senate voted
;4,694 for the Hebrew University library.

Washington diplomats questioned Secretary General Dag Ham-
marskjold's sending of 500 Egyptian troops to the Congo.
Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson reported Israel had a
"remarkably high standard of living" and was a "growing and dynamic
nation which must be visited to be fully believed and appreciated."
Presidential candidate John F. Kennedy said "American diplomacy
must be directed to ending the (Arabs') 'state of war' in the Middle
East, and this undertaking should have a very high priority in a

Democratic administration."

Czech Radio Mounts Campaign
Against Jews; Goldstuecker Hit

Israeli time and I a.m. Cairo time
• Both parties will refrain from
penetrating to the cease-fire lines
or firing across it.
• Both parties will maintain
the military status quo within 32
miles either side of the canal and
will not introduce military instal-
lations into that zone.

• Each party will use its own

forces for supervision, and they
will be permitted to approach only
within 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) of
the cease-fire line.
• Each side has the right to ask
the assistance of UN observers on
questions of violations.
• The Geneva Convention for the
treatment of prisoners of war is to
be applied.

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ing to be a Czech patriot when he
acted as president of the Federa-
tion of Czech Journalists and of the
Czech National Council."
Such anti-Semitic attacks by
the Czech radio and press have
raised fears of new "show

Both Radio Prague and the Com-
munist newspaper Bratislava Prav-
da have launched attacks based on

a recent book "Zionism and Anti-
Semitism" by Frantisek J. Kolar.
Both media said that longer ex-
tracts of that book would be pub-
lished this week.
Bratislava Pravda criticized the
Jewish intellectuals, who in spite
of their nationalism and hidden
Zionism have managed to hold im-
portant posts in the Czech nation's
cultural life.

"It is due to these Jewish intel-
lectuals that Zionism has made its
influence known in Czech and
Slovak literature and that Jews

have started occupying important
positions wholly out of proportion
to their true numbers," Pravda
looked as if it might be intended wrote-

for Tel Aviv."
Well-Being Service for the Aging,
Bratislava Pravda and Radio
Prague have accused Prof. Edou- a Torch Drive agency, provides
individualized health and
ard Goldstuecker, the first Czech
ambassador to Israel, of "defeat- social services to enable retired
persons to maintain
ism and cowardice." The media
also accused Vlado 'Caspar of bar- themselves in their own homes.

Cabinet OKs Trade Pact With Euromart Countries
JERUSALEM LITA) — The cab- Eha n to notify the European Eco-

inet Sunday ratified Israel's pre-
ferential trade agreement with the
European Common Market coun-
tries signed June 29. The cabinet
authorized Foreign Minister Abba

noinic Community that all proce-
dures for the entry into forces of

the agreement have been complet-
ed. It is expected to become ef-
fective Sept. 1.



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LONDON (JTA) — Czechoslova- boring "secret ultra-nationalist
kia's state-owned radio is con- Zionist sentiments while pretend-

tinuing its criticism of Zionists and
Jews. Three broadcasts by the
commentator Pavel Novek were
devoted to the subject.
In one, Novek claimed that after
World War H, wealthier Czech
Jews tried to retrieve their prop-
erty and they were the first to go
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tion" in Czechoslovakia had been
solved by the end of the 19405 but
"pseudo-humanism spread with the
advent of the Dubcek regime and
a small number of Jewish intellec-
tuals occupied leading positions
out of proportion to their number."
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cast that "a vogue to denounce
anti-Semitism helped inflate liter-
ary mediocrities such as Mnacko
and Kohout and - contributed to a
pro-Israel attitude."
In his third broadcast, Novek
accused Arnost Lustig of having
made a "Zionist speech" during
the writers' congress of 1968. He
added that under the Dubcek re-
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