THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 20, 1960 — 24
State Dept. Kills Gore Amendment
on Fake Refugee Cards in Jordan
WASHINGTON, (JTA) —
Senate-House conferees on the
Mutual Security Bill yielded to
State Department pressure and
nullified an amendment to ')an
fraudulent use of "Arab refu-
gee" ration cards in Jordan,
Sen. Albert G o r e, Tennessee
The amendment, which he
proposed, was aimed at ending
corruption in the use of Ai.s.er-
lean funds distributed through
the United Nations Relief and
Works Administration by re-
quiring renewed certification of
Arab refugee status.
The State Department
objected to the Gore amend-
ment, claiming that any attempt
to authenticate the claims of
Arabs in Jordan to being actual
refugees from Palestine and
examination of holders of UN
refugee ration cards would
weaken the "pro-Western ele-
ments in the Hussein regime."
Senator Gore cited many in-
stances of fraud, financed by
U.S. funds, in J o r d a n. His
amendment provided that no
American funds were to go for
the ration program after Jan.
1, 1961, except for the issuance
of rations to those Arabs whose
refugee eligibility had been
established and certified after
July 1, 1960.
Accepting the State Depart.
ment's argument, the Senate-
House conference extracted the
teeth from the Gore amend-
ment. New wording was sub-
stituted for Senator Gore's pro-
visions that release Jordan of
responsibility for re-certifying
Arab refugee status. The new
p hrasing of the measure makes
it permissive on the President,
if he should see fit on advice
of the State Department, to
make whatever corrective steps
he might deem expedient. No
action would be incumbent
upon him actually.
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• ANOTHER BOESKY'S AT 12TH AT HAZELWOOD
been engaged for concerts to
one of the 12 tribes of Israel
be held during the Stratford
during Biblical times . . . The
Festival's music season this
idea, taken from the Bible by
Joe Edelman of the JCC, be-
summer, Louis Applebaum, di-
South African Rabbi came in effect a living bridge
rector of music, announced.
between the blessings of Jacob
Leopold Stokowski will con- Quits Post; Critical
Lavish SMORGASBORD with finest mar-
to his 12 sons, by whose names
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the tribes were known, and the
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