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January 29, 1971 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Frierf, !emery 29, 1971

Rumors Persist
That Dayan Met
Hussein's Uncle

Mayor Norman Feder Proclaims ZOA Israeli Scientists May Have Found
Membership Month in Southfield
an Early-Detection Cancer Test

JERUSALEM—Israeli scientists
may have developed a universal



TEL AVIV (JTA) — Persistent
rumors reaching here from Arabs
who visited Jordan recently claim
that Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan met secretly on the high
seas last month with Sherrif Nas-
sar, an uncle of King Hussein of
Jordan.
The purported meeting took
Place aboard a ship between Dec.
22-27, according to the rumors.
Those dates coincide with' Gen.
Dayan's departure on a vacation
and his return. They also coincide
‘‘ith the departure and return of
Nassar on a trip to Beirut last
month.
Sources here said the rumors
may have been started by Pales-
tinian guerilla groups in order to
discredit Nassar, who they regard
as an arch enemy.
Rumors cropped up late last
At a ceremony at the Southfield Qty Hall, Mayor Norman Feder
fall that King Hussein had several (right) presented a proclamation to Monist leaders proclaiming Feb-
meetings with top Israeli leaders ruary ZOA Membership Month. The proclamation was given to (from
including Deputy Premier Yigal left) Dr. Joel Hamburger, president of the Monist Organization of
Allon, Foreign Minister Abba Detroit, and Dr. Sidney Leib, ZOD membership chairman. The pro-
Eban and Premier Golds eMir. clamation reviews the American-Israel traditional friendship, this
The meetings were said to- have country's role In the establishment of Israel, the urgency of establish-
taken place over a period of sev- ing peace between Israel and the Arab states and resolves that "The
eral months in foreign cities and citizens of this community be called upon actively to support the
aboard a ship at sea.
Zionist Organization of America through enrollment in its ranks to
Both Israel and Jordan denied help promote the Ideals of the organization."
the reports at the time.

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Auschwitz Survivor Di-Nur Stresses Arab Dialogue

LONDON (JTA)—The need for
a Jewish-Arab dialogue was stress-
ed here by Mrs. Nina Di-Nur, a
survivor of Auschwitz and a noted
public figure in Israel.
Mrs. Di-Nur, who addressed a
gathering of the Anglo-Israel Asso-
ciation, appealed for the establish-
ment of a British movement to en-
courage Jewish-Arab cooperation.
She said that in her campaign for
the establishment of such move-
ments in various countries, she had
encouraged support from Jews and

blood test for diagnosing cancer,
at an earlier stage than presently
possible.
Dr. Chloe Tal, Hebrew Univers-
ity-Hadassah Medical Center sen-
ior lecturer, disclosed the new
cancer test in the November-De-
cember issue of the "Israel Jour-
nal of Medical Sciences."
The new test looks for the pres-
ence of the protein, "T-globulin,"
in the blood. The protein is found
only in people with cancer or
pregnant women. A positive blood
test would indicate either pregnan-
cy or cancer.
The cancer test was tried on
520 patients at the Hadassah Uni-
versity Hospital. The test proved
sensitive to 27 types of cancer, in-
cluding lung, kidney, prostrate,
thyroid, carcinomas of the breast,
leukemia and Hodgkin's disease.
Dr Tal said that plans are being
made to produce the anti-serum
used in testing for large-scale ex-
perimentation.
Cancer experts in the U.S. are

cautious about the breakthrough.
The new test must still prove It-
self consistent and reliable in
diagnosing cancer In the early
stages. Also, It must be consist.
antly negative in the case of
non-malignancy. The test still

Arabs as well as others.
Mrs. Di Nur added that on the
campus of Haifa University there
was now an institute for the study
of Jewish-Arab relations which is
headed by noted scientists and ex-
perts in the behavioral sciences.
This institute had been designed
to prepare source material in
order to help those engaged in the
actual work of rapprochement be-
tween the two peoples, she said.

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Dr. Donald Morton of the Na-
tional Cancer Institute said that
even with a positive result from
the new cancer test, the symptoms
of the specified cancer may not be-
come apparent for as long as 10
years, in some cases. -

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