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May 10, 1963 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-10

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Text of Resolution by Sen. Hart,
Associates, on Israel Security

The text of the resolution in-
troduced in the U. S. Senate
Wednesday by Senator Philip
A. Hart, jointly with Senators
Gruening, Humphrey, Scott and
Morse, is as follows:
"Whereas tensions in the Near
East are steadily mounting;
"Whereas the stability and
peace of the Near East are vital
to the well being of the peoples
of the Near East and to the
world at large;
"Whereas the continuing arms
race in the Near East threatens
to enter a new stage of devel-
opment of nuclear weapons and
offensive missiles;
"Whereas the policy of the
United States is to discourage
an arms race in the Near East;
"Whereas the United States
has contributed generously and
impartially to promote the ec-

Jewish Publication Society Announces 15 New Books in '63

tiate with them either through
the United Nations, or directly,
an agreement that nuclear
weapons will neither be pro-
duced in the area nor be intro-
duced into the area; that mis-
siles of a mass-destruction na-
ture will neither be produced
nor be introduced into the area
that an international policing
system will be adopted to en-
force such agreements; and that
the United States continue, in
accordance with the tripartite
declaration of May, 1950, to
take all necessary and approp-
riate actions both within and
outside the United Nations to
prevent any violation of exist-
ing frontiers or armistice lines
in the Near East; and that the
United States, either through
the United Nations, or directly
with other nation in the area,
devise means to bring to an
end the recriminations and in-
citements to violence which are
contributing to tension and in-
stability in the Near East."

PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) —
The Jewish Publication Society
of America plans to publish 15
new books in 1963, in addition
to five paperback reprints, Ed-
win Wolf, 2nd, chairman of the
organization's publications com-
mittee, announced at JP's 75th
annual meeting.
Sol Satinsky, president of
JPS, who was re-elected for a
fourth term, reported that, in
1962, JPS published nine new
books, five paperbacks and 14
reprints..Highlight of the year
was the publication of the new
translation of the Torah in
modern English. Satinsky said
that last year's distribution to-
t a l e d approximately 160,000
hardcover volumes plus 40,000
paperbacks. Meyer Feinstein,
treasurer, reported that 1962
income amounted to $465,000,
as against expenditures of
$463,000.
In addition to re-electing Sa-
tinsky, the society chose Judge
Louis E. Levinthal and Jack
Solis-Cohen, Jr., as honorary
presidents. Justice Horace
Stern, Dr. Jacob R. Marcus,

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is the sense of the Senate of the
United States of America that
the President of the United
States use his good offices with
the states of the area to nego-

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were re-elcted to their present
posts, while Jerome J. Shestack
was chosen secretary, Dr. Solo-

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ADL Urges Kennedy
Back Negro Rights

President Kennedy has been
urged by the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith to act with
all his strength in protecting
the rights of Negroes in the
South and to exert moral leader-
ship "to bring the nation to an
understanding of the evil that is
abroad in our land."
A telegram to the President
signed by , Dore Schary, t h e
League's national chairman, and
Paul H. Sampliner, chairman of
its national executive commit-
tee, said that the greatest trag-
edy implicit in current develop-
ments in Birmingham, Ala., is
that "these incredibly brutal
measures taken against citizens
have not yet stirred the pro-
found anger called for by our
whole history and moral com-
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