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sought to drive King Hussein being endangered by the mass-
tion would urge the President selves utterly helpless.
sion of its own funds for a mili- "to reiterate the unalterable op-
Israel's derense forces, he off his throne and by the pro- ing of declared aggressors along
tary build-up, including acquisi- position of the United States said, have the power to repulse jected new Arab federation of its eastern borders.
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tion of Soviet arms and use of Government to use of force or any attack or aggression, Egypt, Syria and Iraq.
2, 9, 10, 12, 25
German missile technicians.
the threat of force among any whether it comes from one or
Yisroel Galiii of Achdlit
Gaud defended air to Egypt, of the states in that area, for the trio of Arab states which Avodah summed up Tuesday
stating that Israel has received the purpose of violating or al- indicated interest last month in night the attitude of his party,
an average of $410 per capita tering frontiers or armistice forming a tripartite United which is a member of the cur-
in American aid while Egypt lines, or for any other purpose Arab Republic. This is true, he rent coalition government, by N. Y. publisher wants books on all subj
has only received an average of which would threaten the peace said, despite the fact that the stating that if Israel found fiction, nonfiction. No fee for professiona
opinion. FREE: Brochures that show haw you
Arab armies have undoubtedly itself abandoned by the great book
$26 per capita. He said also that and stability of the area."
can be published, publicized, sold; tips
article reprints on writing, publiajgfik
Israel had gotten $900,000,000
Myer Feldman, D e p u t y progressed, and notwithstand- powers, it would have no choice and
contracts. Write Dept, 23E
from the United States since the Special Counsel to President ing Egypt's reception of a but to put into effect measures
beginning of the aid program, Kennedy told a conference stream of Soviet arms and Rus- to prevent its security from OXPOVTION OD PARK AVE, S., tf,
and Egypt had only received of the American Israel Pub- sian instructors, while German
lic Affairs Committee Sunday scientists are improving the
He said assistance to Egypt that the United States was training of the Egyptian army
kept her from being totally de- committed to the integrity of and the quality of its weapons.
pendent on the Soviet bloc, en- Israel and did not intend "to
abled America to maintain sit on the sidelines if there stressed, "the only sure victory
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President Kennedy was asked policy is therefore directed
and encouraged Nasser's concen-
tration of the last few years on to clarify the Administration's toward this end through con-
peaceful development. He said pclicy regarding Israel's secur- stantly strengthening the deter-
that cutting off aid to Egypt ity, in view of the new situa- rent power of its army and se-
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would throw the country into tion in the Middle East pre- curing the moral and political
the hands of the Communists.
The White House worked on against Israel voiced in the dec- world concerned, as we are, for
a response to the unexpectedly laration of the new tripartite the maintenance of peace in the
38th Annual Spring Concert
strong attack on the Adminis- United Arab Republic, com- area. The Premier added that
Jewish Folk Chorus,
tration's policy toward the posed of Egypt, Iraq and Syria, he believes that peace will
United Arab Republic in Con-
New York Democrat.
realize their folly," and that it
The New York Congressman will be the kind of a peace from
The response, it was learned, expressed in the letter his dis- which the Middle East and the
Commemorating the 20th Anni-
will take the form of letters satisfaction with a statement entire world will benefit.
from the White House to one or made earlier by W. Averell
Recalling Israel's continued
more members of Congress, to Harriman, Under Secretary of peace efforts since the State
further amplify the President's State, regarding the employ- was established, the Premier
CANTOR HAROLD ORBACH
ment of German scientists in noted that all • the attempts
The State Department mean- Egypt for the development of "have been met with Arab
"THE BALLAD FOR
while sought to gain support for rockets which, Farbstein had hostility and with proclama-
defeat of the amendment pro- stated, "could lead to war."
tions of the intention to de-
posed by Rep. Halpern.
Terming Harriman's attitude stroy Israel." He referred to
lish and Hebrew Folk Songs
The State • Department was a "hands-off" policy, Mr. Farb- last month's Cairo announce-
stung by criticism voiced in Con- stein fold the President that ment about the tri-power pact
SUNDAY, MAY 19TH, 8 P.M.
gress by Senators on the Foreign Harriman's expressed "d e e p for forming a new Arab Fed-
SCOTTISH RITE CATHEDRAL, MASONIC TEMPLE
Relations Committee and others. and continuing interest in the eration which said specifically
Sen. Paul H. Douglas, Illinois security of Israel" is canceled that the Federation's aims
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Democrat, • warned - of "road- "by the apparent negative po- include a military alliance to
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blocks" State Department career sition taken by him." He also insure "the liberation of Pal-
officers might use to block a pointed out to the President estine.
policy fair to Israel. He charged that the April 17 announce-
The Prime Minister sharply
that "the Foreign Service, under ment in Cairo, for the forma- criticized Britain's Lord Privy
all Administrations, has tended tion of the Arab Federation, Seal, Edward Heath, who last
to be pro-Arab."
formally pledged the new Fed- week told the House of Corn-
Sen. Wayne Morse, Oregon eration to "liberate Palestine." mons in London: "We have no
Russia has sold to Egypt, reason to assume that the Arabs
Democrat, made an even broader
attack. He said "the policy which within the last two months, contemplate an attack against
has been developed concerning about 80 anti-aircraft missiles, Israel." "It is inconceivable,"
the Middle East by the Kennedy as well as 80 sidewinder-type said the Prime- Minister, "that
Administration cannot be recon- missiles usable with Soviet- Mr. Heath did not read the
ciled with the basic, historic- m a d e MIG - 21 jet fighter terms of the treaty between
ideals of American f or e i g n planes, according to a report Egypt, Iraq and Syria. Does he
by Marvin Kalb, diplomatic not believe this political decla-
Rep. Ogden Reid, New York correspondent here for the ration of the Egyptian Presi-
Republican, former American Columbia Broadcasting Sys- dent and the representatives of SWIMMING
JULY 1 -.26
Ambassador to Israel, introduced - tern.
the Iraqi and Syrian Govern-
In addition, Kalb reported— ments? I doubt whether many
a resolution in the House of
Representatives urging the Pres- attributing his information to British subjects who are con-
ident to reaffirm American in- authoritative sources—the So- cerned with world peace will
terest in Middle Eastern peace viet Union has supplied Egypt identify themselves with the
to 4 p.m.
and to "declare the intention of with technological assistance for Lord Privy Seal's statement."
to to 6
Mon. thru Fri.
the United States Government—
Ben-Gurion listed Israel's
upon the request of any state ground-to-ground missiles built achievements during the last 15
in the area which considers itself in Egypt. It is not known, he years, despite being "under
threatened—immediately to take said, whether Soviet technicians siege, weighed down by heavy
action, both within and outside
security burdens." In the face
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the United Nations, to prevent The 80 anti-aircraft missiles, of such burdens, he noted, Is-
summer activities, call DI 1-4200, ext. 49.
rael succeeded in "solving many
such violation and to preserve
the peace and stability of the in four locations—in_ Cairo, in of its problems in a pioneering
Aswan, and at both the north- spirit," also finding the ability
Rep. Reid's proposed resolu- ern and southern terminals of to assist new and developing
the Suez Canal.
countries in Asia, Africa, Latin
Kalb, who only recently took America and the Mediterranean
over the Washington post for basin.
CBS was, until coming here, the
On Sunday, David Ben-
Moscow correspondent for the Gurion proposed that the
network, and is considered one United States and the Soviet
of the topmost experts on So- Union should jointly guaran-
viet affairs in this country. He tee Israel's territorial integ-
added, after his brief report, rity. In an exclusive interview
that, thus far, there has been with CBS news producer Don
no comment from the State De- Kellerman — for broadcast
partment regarding the , Soviet- Wednesday over WCBS - TV,
Egyptian armament collabora- New York — Ben-Gurion said
tion. He viewed the develop- there can be no stability in
ments as posing "a distinct dan- the Middle East as long as
ger of upsetting the Arab-Israeli President Nasser of Egypt
maintains a state of war with
Israel in violation of the
Parliament on Security;
United Nations Charter.
Wants to Prevent War
Ben-Gurion deferred until
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Prime Monday his reply to criticisms
Minister David Ben-Gurion, ad- of his government's foreign
dressing the Israel Parliament policy.
Virtually all participants in
Monday on the government's
foreign policy, said that he be- the discussions which followed
lieves that it is the intention of the Prime Minister's Knesset
Col. Nasser, Egypt's ruler, to statement earlier this week de-
attack Israel. Ho we v er, he manded a clear stand by the
pointed out that the position of government on the threats
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