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November 11, 1960 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-11

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Aryanism" are being issued by
the Naples Chamber of Corn-
merce to industrialists and
merchants wishing to trade with
Arab countriese, it became
known here.
The government ministry of
bor announced it is under-
a probe into the practices

ism," according to Lo Specchio,
a popular Italian news maga-
zine, have been requested by
heads of firms eager to trade
with Arab countries who must
prove that they are in no way
connected with Jews or have
any commercial relations with
Israel.

cted Presi , either of the

Security amendment, which I dramatic proof of the vitality
co-sponsored, is to serve as a and effectiveness of f r e e
guide, if the Democratic plat- democratic institutions,"
form is to receive more than
(JTA reported from London on
lip service—the influence of the the eve of the election: "The
United States and other mari- Cairo Radio, in a broadcast com-
time powers must be brought to menting on the Presidential elec-
bear on a just solution that re- tions in the Unit d tates, w
moves all discrimination from tha
axon
the Suez Canal."
Kennedy said that "the
its
of Israel, when it wit
eninsula,
forces from the Sin
om both the
received a pled
nd the United
United State
Israeli shipping
Nations t
e Suez Canal would
rights i
ted. This is a • United
be sup
Natio stand in which we hav
part' lar moral obligation." H
of American aid.
by
mg t
w
Senator Kennedy's position, gav assurance that "the ne
candi-
the resid
set forth in a letter to the De cratic Administration w
, would b
ored by the
no time taking the ini
American Jewish Congress, wa
Arabs no m
which of the can-
or
peace,
and
all
the
tiv
was on how he would deal
didate
d come out victorious
of the -White House will
with the Suez Canal blockade' tho
elections.")
toward that end."
and the various anti-Jewish be
Henry Cabot Lodge, Republi-
sident Ri
Vic
discriminations enforced by
can Vice Presidential nominee,
Nixon de , as Presi- told a crowd in the New York
the Arab States.
He averred that he would dent, he would not use the garment district her
"act affirmatively to protect all authority of the President
American c i t i z ens from the under amendments to the
an I."
e
practice of religious or racial curity Act, empowe
ed Democratic
He
01 d aid
discrimination _by f or e i g n President to w
engaging in gre en Emanuel Celler an
states," that he had studied the from county"
fare against Abfaham Multer, both of New
various forms of discrimination economic
ients
of American York, because they said they
other
against American citizens - de-
tary proof", that
had "do
c aid.
tailed by the American Jewish econ
Lo
Nasser's
tE
Congress and agreed that "this
President Nixon's
V.
uez war
very
serious
problem
that
was
directed
to
the
J
is a
m
. Lodg
situation.
as
ske
should be rectified as early as
r Veterans which ha
of
S
, chair-
m what his attitude
possible."
Un
States
of
e of the Presid
Kennedy pointed out that he
ons.
gation to the Unit
combs He asked: "If
had supported the amendments retionary powers
anti-Israel,
agains
reign
discriminati
to the Mutual Security Act
ited Nations Am-
why sh
erican citizens.
which called on the President
Michael Comay, of
to withhold -economic aid from
srael, give me a farewell lunch-
able eon when I retired from the
states engaging in economic har
warfare against other states re- for me to state at this particu- United Nations?"
ceiving American aid. He de- lar time that I would or would
Persons in the crowd shouted
clared that "as President, I not take a particular action at Mr. Lodge: "Go back to
would certainly implement an under certain future circum- Egypt," "L o d g e is Nasser's
act, expressing the sense- of the stances, I do say that we must buddy,"* and "Go swim in the
Senate, when I so - enthusias- not resort to measures which Suez."
tically supported that piece of would cause an effect which is
ZOA Was Non-Partisan
legislation. I. would also carry the opposite of what we - are
out the mandate, twice ex- trying to accompJjsh. And I be-
The non-partisan position of
pressed by the Senate, that the lieve it unlikely that any United the Zionist Organization of
President act affirmatively to States Government—regardless AmeriCa in the campaign was
protect all American citizens of the Ad-ministration in power emphasized in a statement by
from the practice of racial dis- —would conclude that the im- Max Bressler, ZOA president,
crimination by foreign govern- position of sanctions against a who said:
ments."
nation is the best way to secure
"The Zionist Organization of
In another statement, he cooperation in the world strug- America is non-Partisan: ItS
warned that the arms race in gle against prejudice.'!
constituency throughout t hi s
the Middle East was jeopard-
Nixon . outlined the "basic land of ours is of both Political
dizing the opportunity for policies" he favored to meet the faiths. OUr progiam for Amer-
peace there. He pledged that problem of discrimination in the ica, for Israel and Jewry has
his administration "will waste Middle East. These were, he been endored 'by both political
no time in taking the initia- - said, "strong and unremitting parties. No endorsement of
tive for peace, and all the efforts to establish- freedom of- either one • or the other candi-
authority of the White House passage through the Suez Canal date by any individual—
will be used toward that end." and to end discriminatory prac- wh n the highest leader-
ranks of the
In a- letter to former Senator tices in the area"; con
,
onis •rgam
of America
Herbert H. • Lehman, Kennedy and increased suppo
he Arab —constitutes an
sement
condemned the continued block- and measures t
r liking stand- by the Zionist Organ
n of
ade against Israeli shipping States to rais
de opportunities -America."
through the Suez Canal, and de- ards and
ment of the Arab
clared that the United States for res:
Invoked in the elec
had "a particular moral obliga- refug
campaign was the issue
t
called,
"abov
all"
for
tion" to see that all discrimina-
the Sta Depar ent sh
d
nued
and
tir
ss
se
tions were removed at the
of
he
n of
ng
practical mea
to
canal. • f
a
lie
out lasting pea in the Mid-
The Democratic candidate's
he
ns
d that, a
e East." He w
letter coincided with reports
S
Council, si
the
nd bloc
that -the arms flow from th e ong as the boy
UA is violating t
curity
ade
continued

Americ
Soviet bloc to the United Ara
Council's decis.
.permit
Republic was increasing. H are barred fr•rtain
free passa
all ships, in-
eir religious cludi
said, "I feel that the opportun ries because o
a ships, through
*th, "the Middle East will be
ity for peace is jeopardized b
Canal.
rce of tension and a thr
the arms race in the Middle
F o u r Republican Senators
East. An international effort to
candidate urged Secretary of State Herter
T h e
should be made to prevent this
dangerous race. If this cannot pledged that he would devote to "oppose the candidacy of the
be done, then at the very least himself to the elimination of United Arab Republic to a seat
we should not condone any im- prejudice at home and, where in the Security Council" of the
balance between the powers. manifest, against Americans United Nations. A letter to the
For imbalance also leads to abroad. He said he would work Secretary was sent yeseterday,
to this end through the State signed jointly by S e n a t or s
war."
He said there had been "too Department, the United Nations Jacob K. Javits and Kenneth
tough rhetoric and too little, and "every diplomatic means Keating, both of New York;
Clifford P. Case, New Jersey;
leadership" on the subject of available."
Nixon hailed the "success- and Hugh Scott, Pennsylvania.
the Suez Canal blockade. He
charged that "our policy in ful efforts of the people of
MRS. MOSES DYCKMAN was
Washington, and in the United Israel to make the desert
Nations, has permitted defiance bloom and to turn their reelected president of Mizrachi
of our 1957 pledge with im- country into a new land of Women of America at the close
punity" by the Nasser regime. promise." He said that "by of the organization's 35th an-
If America's solemn word is these courageous efforts, and nual convention in A t l a n t i c
to have meaning, if the resolu- by the technical aid it has ex- City, at which Mrs*. Bessie Gots-
tions and decisions of the tended to newly independent feld of Tel Aviv again was des-
United Nations are to be bind- nations of Africa and Asia ignated as hononary national
, i ing on all parties, if the Mutual Israel has given to the world president.

would b e to swerv the Un-

ited ic Republic from its pol-

.

icy of ke ping the Suez Can l

closed to Israel. The broadc st a -

tacked both Presid nt al c ndi-

dates, chargin em • compe-

it o to g orns tes.' ed ed



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7 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 11, 1960

Kennedy Pledged to Withhold Economic Aryanism Certificates Are Issued
Aid from Countries Conducting Warfare to Naples Business Pals of Arabs
of the Naples Chamber of Com-
in this respect.
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