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January 26, 1962 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-26

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State Department Scoffs at Soviet Attack

(Continued from Page 1)
has long been a favorite target
of Soviet propagandists. He
speculated that the newest
charge against the CIA — re-
cruiting Israeli diplomats for
espionage work in Russia —
which he described as "a two-
in-one shot," was aimed at dis-
crediting both the U.S. Intelli-
gence arm and Russian Jews.
Rep. William Fitts Ryan and
Rep. Herbert Zelenko — both
from New York — requested
that the United States delega-
tion at the United Nations in-
troduce a resolution at the UN
condemning Russia for perse-
cuting Jews.
Ryan also sent a telegram
to President Kennedy and Sec-
retary of State Dean Rusk,
warning of "terrifying dangers
facing Soviet Jews." He stated
in his wires that "like the
opening step of Nazi pogroms,"
the Soviet accusations against

Israeli diplomats are "obviously
calculated to open the way for
full persecution, imprisonment
or death for Soviet Jews."

Trud's Charges Arouse
Israel's Condemnation

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Charges made
by the Moscow newspaper Trud,
alleging that imprisoned lead-
ers of Russian Jewry had had
contacks for pti•poses of "espion-
age" with members of Israel's
mission to the Soviet Union, and
had engaged in "Zionist conspir-
acy," were discussed here Wed-
nesday on a governmental level
as well as on the level of the
World Zionist Organization.
The Foreign Affairs and Se-
curity Committee of Israel's Knes-
set heard a report on the issue
from Dr. Haim Yahil, director-
general of the Israel Foreign Min-
istry. Dr. Yahil had summoned
the Soviet Ambassador to Israel,

Mikhail Bodrov, to a conferen
Tuesday when, it was u
r-
stood, he rejected the Sov - ac-
cusations in sharp term
The
committee scheduled
itinued
discussion of the subjec or next
week. The Foreign
iistry, it
is believed, will not
ce a for-
mal reply to the
mmunist
charges, since they riginated
in the press, and not t ough an
official governmental
However, Dr. Nahum Gold-
man, president of the World
Zionist Organization, declared
that the Jewish agency executive,
which is currently holding a five-
day plenary session here, will
reply to the Trud charges, inso-
far as the allegations referred to
the World Zionist Organization.

-

ussia 'ombers

TEL ••VIV, (JTA) — The
United Arab Republic is put-
ting o operation some new,
Sovi -mad
a ge bomb-
ers nom •
-milimet
gu , capa
rryin
0
to
bo
dist e of
4,2
mile , an ca
of re-
fueling while
ght, it was
reporte
new Russian bomber, the
TU-16, replaces the Ilyushin-28
craft which are now considered
"outmoded," the report said.
The TU-16 is now operational
also in the Russian air force.

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Ambassador Philip M. Klutz-
nick, a member of the United
States delegation to the United
Nations, addressing a dinner
session, urged a "refocusing" of
American foreign aid, to pro-
vide greater emphasis on the
development of human re-
sources.
Programs of education in
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way, the board was told, for
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Goldberg, Israel's Ambassa-
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