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April 26, 1963 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-26

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LONDON (JTA)—The United
States and Britain will intervene
with military action to halt any
war that may break out between
Israel and an Arab country, as a
result of the rapid growth in the
hands of Egypt's President Gam-
al Abdel Nasser, the Daily Ex-
press reported in a front-page
_article.
As detailed by the newspaper,
the plans envisage the use of the
United States Sixth Fleet, now
in the Mediterranean, and the
employment of British forces
from bases in Cyprus and Aden,
to interpose themselves between
the Arabs and Israelis. The An-
glo-American forces, according
to the paper, would form be-
tween the opposing sides until
an "effective barrier" could be
erected by the United Nations.
The Daily Express said the plans
for British-American interven-
tion were drawn up, due to the
dangerous situation in Jordan.
Dispatches from Cairo say
that Egyptian press "can hardly
contain its pleasures" ih report-
ing the current pro - Nasser
demonstrations in Jordan. The
influential Cairo newspaper "Al
Gumhouria" was reported as
declaring today: "We hardly
blame the Palestinians who fired
the shots (in Jordan). For only
by bullets will Palestine be lib-
erated. The demonstrators wan-
ted to show their pleasure at the
establishment of the Arab Fed-
eration • (of Egypt, Iraq and
Syria), which is a first step
toward the elimination of Israel
It will not be long before we
hear bombs exploding inside
Israel."
Egypt, Syria, and Iraq form-
ally pledged that the new
United Arab Republic will
"liberate" Palestine. The com-
munique issued in Cairo pro-
claiming this as one of their
goals was signed by President
Gamal Abdel Nasser and 30
others from the three coun-
tries after 10 days of negotia-
tion.

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U.S. Stresses
Warning Against
Attack on Israel

WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Phil-
lips Talbot, Assistant Secretary
of State for Near Eastern Af-
fairs, told a foreign policy con-
ference of editors and broad-
casters that the United States has
made clear that if Israel should
be attacked by the Arab states,
it would be a matter of serious
concern to this country and to
other nations.
(At a luncheon of UN corres-
pondents in New Y4Tk, UAR
Ambassador Mahoud Riad
charged that Israel was building
massive atomic reactive weapons.
Israel's Ambassador Comay,
asked for comment on the
charge, said the 'building of the
reactor in the Negev was no
secret and that it was not de-
signed for military purposes).
In response to a question about
chances of reconciliation in the
Arab attitude toward Israel, Tal-
bot said the Arab states were not
reconciled to an independent Is-
rael. He said "our hope is that
gradually the number of states
recognizing Israel will grow and
expand."
Information has been received
here that Egyptian rocket re-
search is now advanced to the
stage that Egypt plans to orbit
a weather satellite before the
end of this year with the aid of
German scientists. The satellite
will be propelled by a two-stage
rocket burning a new liquid fuel
developed in Egypt by the 'Ger-
mans. The rocket reportedly has
already been test fired several
times.

The three Arab countries ap-
proved the formation of the new
federated United Arab Republic
by signing agreements for its
constitution and national char-
ter. The declaration announcing
the signing said the merger of
the three states was aimed at
combating "Zionism and imper-
ialism". The new federation will
be voted on by citizens of all
three countries in a plebiscite
within five months.
Eliminate check on
Egypt from Aid Bill
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
Administration's new Foreign
Aid bill,. as requested by the
President and introduced in the
Senate by Chairman J. W. Ful-
bright, of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, would de-
lete clauses denouncing religious
bias, boycotts, and blockades as
practiced by the Arab states. It
would also eliminate expressions
in the present law against aiding
countries like the United Arab
Republic, which use their own
funds to but Soviet arms.

These clauses were voted last
year by Congress to furnish
guidelines to Congressional
thinking. They were not manda-
tory parts of the law, because
they were subject to the dis-
cretion of the Executive Depart-
ment. The State Department
opposed the clauses as offensive
to the Arabs, and failed to
implement them.
The Administration b i 11
would delete the portion of the
current Act for International
Development, which states:
"The Congress further declares
that any distinction made by
foreign nations between Amer-
ican citizens because of race,
color, or religion in the grant-
ing of, or the exercise of, per-
sonal or other rights available
to American citizens is repug-
nant to our principles."
Also eliminated would be the
clause, aimed at the United Arab
Republic, stating: "It is the
sense of Congress that, in the
administration of these funds,
great attention and consideration
should be given to those coun-

Tragedy Strikes Israel Teachers
Seminary; 9 Girls Drown on Outing

TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Nine girls deeper than she expected and
of the Agudat Israel Teachers began calling for help. Some 20
Seminary in Beer Yaakov were other girls rushed to her aid and
drowned Monday afternoon on nine were drowned when heavy
the Tel Aviv seashore when an waves dashed them against the
entire class from the school went rocks. Eight bodies have been
swimming as part of a tour of Tel recovered and a ninth girl is
missing and presumed drowned.
Aviv.
The other members of the swim-
The class, which was under ming party were rescued by per-
the supervision of an instructor sonnel of the nearby Sheraton
from the school, chose an iso- Hotel and were taken to the hos-
lated portion of the beach where pital for treatment. Four of the
the water is particularly deep girls are still on the critical list
and surrounded by rocks because but it is hoped they will recover.
the ultra-Orthodox group did not
The girls, aged 15 to 17, attend
want to be in sight of male the Beit Yaakov Seminary in
bathers.
Beer Yaakov which prepares
The tragedy began when one teachers for the Agudat Israel's
of the girls found the water independent education network.

State Dept. Official Apologizes
for Barring J.T.A. Correspondent

WASHINGTON (JTA)—Sena- Manning to a number of mem-
tor Thomas J. Dodd, Connecticut bers of Congress, Sigma Delta
Democrat and member of the Chi professional journalism fra-
Senate Foreign Relations Com- ternity, various veterans, civic
mittee, revealed that he insisted and religious groups."
upon and obtained a personal
Citing what he described as
apology from Robert C. Strong, Strong's "contradictions," Dodd
director of the State Depart- went on "to suggest that rather
ment's office of Near Eastern than continue on the present
Affairs, for Strong's personal course of evasion, it might be
role in barring Milton Fried- best to extend your apologies to
man, Washington correspondent Mr. Friedman and to see to it
of the Jewish Telegraphic Agen- that future eases of this sort do
cy, from a Jan. 29 news briefing. not occur in your office."
Strbng replied this week, stat-
Strong had sought to refute
and • dismiss complaints by Dodd ing: "The Department has apolo-
over the barring of the reporter. gized and has assured Mr. Fried-
On March 29 Dodd wrote Strong man he will always be welcome
that "your statements are in flat for briefings or conferences. I
contradiction to the apologetic shall follow your suggestion by
letters written on this issue by seeking an early opportunity to
Assistant Secretaries Dutton and add my apology."

N.Y. Board of Education Won't Rent
School to Jewish Religious Group

NEW YORK, (JTA)—A dis-
pute over whether unused class-
rooms in public schools could
be rented to a religious day
school was resolved with a New
York State Education Depart-
ment ruling that the New York
Board of Education had no right
to rent such facilities.
The question involved a re-
quest by the Beth Jacob Schools,
an Orthodox Jewish institution,
to rent six classrooms in a pub-
lic school in Brooklyn. Approval
would have led to attendance
by the public and religious
school pupils in different class-
rooms in the same building. The

plan was protested by the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress on grounds
that it would breach the state
constitutional ban on use of
public property or money for
denominational schools.
The ruling, by Dr. Charles A.
Brind, counsel for the State
Education Department, made no
reference to the religious issue.
He said a school board was not
in the real estate business, and
could not rent out its space. He
added that it would be unwise
and unsound to mingle public
and parochial school pupils in
a public school building, and
that all kinds of problems would
arise.

tries which share the view of
the United States on the world
crisis and which do not, as a
result of United States assistance,
divert their own economic re-
sources to military or propa-

ganda efforts, supported by the
Soviet Union or Communist
China, and directed against the
United States or against other
countries receiving aid under
this Act."

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7 .- THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS Friday, April 26, .1963

U.S., Britain Seek to Prevent War in
Middle East; Provisions Aimed to Check
Egypt Dropped from Foreign Aid Measure

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