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March 29, 1974 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-29

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Hias Honors Immigrant's Son

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Israel Resolution on Crimes
to Humanity Loses by Two Votes

PARIS (JTA)—The Israeli
delegate to the European
Committee on Criminal Af-
fairs, which is drawing up a
new European extradition
treaty, proposed that crimes
against humanity, mistreat-
ment of POWs and terrorist
attacks should be considered
common law criminal offens-
es and be extraditable.
The Israeli-sponsored reso-
lution was defeated by only
two votes after seven coun-
tries voted on its favor, nine
aginst and four abstained.
Among the countries sup-
porting the resolution were
Holland, France, Italy and
Austria.

The Israeli resolution was
defeated by the combined
votes of the Scandinavian
countires, Switzerland, West

Germany and Turkey.
The Israeli delegate, For-
eign Ministry legal adviser
Meir Rosenne, told the com-
mittee which met in Stras-
bourg that "criminals hurt-
ing or killing innocent people
should be extradited and not
protected by the claim that
they have acted out of politi-
cal considerations."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, March 29, 1974-21

Philadelphians Buy
$2 Million in Bonds

PHILADELPHIA (JTA)—
More than $2,000,000 in State
of Israel Bonds were bought
here as Philadelphians re-
sponded to an appeal from
Israeli Foreign Minister Ab-
ba Eban for support of his
country's was-torn economy.
Eban spoke under the aus-
pices of the Philadelphia
branch of the Prime Minis-
ter's Club, an honorary so-
ciety established by Premier
Chief Rabbi Yosef
Golda Meir for exemplary
leaders in the Israel Bond
Coming to the U.S.
NEW YORK (JTA)—Rabbi campaign.
Ovadia Yosef, chief rabbi of
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Act Now to Earn

Celebrating its 90th anniversary, Carl Glick, left,
president of United Hias Service, the worldwide Jewish
migration agency, presents New York Mayor Abraham D.
Beame with the 1974 Liberty Award. In accepting the
award Mayor Beame, himself the son of Polish immigrants
and New York's first Jewish mayor, saluted Hias as being
the "passport to freedom for so many victims of religious
persecution." Also honored was U.S. District Court Judge
Murray I. Gurfein, with the Masliansky Award for "out-
standing service in the cause of Jewish survival."

Israel to Build Atomic Reactor
to Confront Energy Problems

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israel
has decided to produce an
atomic reactor for energy
purposes, and things have
already started rolling, Min-
ister of Commerce Haim
Barley disclosed in an ad-
dress at the national sympos-
ium on energy problems in
Natanya.
Barley said that the solu-
tions of the Israeli energy
problems could not be lim-
ited to the immediate future
but rather to the end of this
century when the population
of Israel will number be-
tween 6,500,000 to 7,000,000
within the pre-Six-Day War
borders.
By that time, industry
would be the main production
branch and would account
for between 35 and 40 per
cent of the gross national
product against 27 per cent
today. He said that while a
decision was reached in fa-
'or of a nuclear energy
source, "we must continue to
seek other means of energy
like solar energy, wind en-
ergy and `bituminous c o a 1
energy which are available
in this country."
He said he was aware of
the ecologic problem of a
nuclear power station and
called on scientists to join in
explaining what is permiss-
ible and what is not in plan-
ning energy resources.
Dr. Zvi Dinstein, adviser on
fuel problems to the govern-
ment, said that consumption
of fuel is a sign of develop-
ment. Israel, a small coun-
try, is consuming about half
the quantity consumed by the
large populated India, he
said. Israel is consuming
three tons of fuel per capita
per annum against four tons

in Europe and eight tons in
the U.S.
Dr. Dinstein said the solu-
tion for the near future was
in locating new energy re-
sources, m a i n l y new oil
fields. Israel has decided to
intensify oil prospecting and
until the time when oil is
found in quantities, Israel
must maintain a regime of
saving energy as much as
possible.
He noted that Israel can
save up to 30 per cent of the
present consumption through
improving the various in-
dustrial installations.

WZO Names Info
Department Head

JERUSALEM (JTA)
Moshe Gilboa began his new
job last week as head of
information at the World
Zionist Organization and
deputy director of the WZO's
information and organization
department.
Gilboa served until recent,
ly as special adviser to
Minister Shimon Peres, hav-
ing previously been Israel's
consul-general in the South-
east of the U. S., based in
Atlanta.
He also worked in the
1960s as head of overseas
aid projects at the defense
ministry, where he was re-
sponsible for planning and
execution of cooperation pro-
jects with more than 20
countries in Asia, Africa and
Latin America.
He was to have been Is-
rael's new ambassador to
Zambia — but the breach of
relations last year prevented
the appointment.

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