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June 28, 1963 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-28

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

was among the nations who
voted here Tuesday in .favor of
a resolution authorizing the ex-
penditure until the end of this
year of $9,500,000 for the opera-
tion of the UN Emergency Force
stationed in the Middle East
and in the Congo. The Arab
states abstained from voting.
The resolution was adopted by a
roll call vote of 79 in favor, 11
against and 17 abstentions.
The UN General Assembly will
now decide to apportion the
amount of $2,500,000 among all
member states in accordance
with the regular scale of assess-
ments for 1963. The $7,000,000
balance would be apportioned
among member states in accord-
ance with the regular scale ex-
cept that each "economically less .
developed country" would be

Farbstein Attacks
State Department
Attitude on Israel

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Severe
criticism of the State Depart-
ment for its policy on Arab-
Israel issues was voiced by Rep.
Leonard Farbstein, New York
Democrat, at a United Jewish
Appeal dinner at which he was
the guest of honor.
"Today in the presence of clear
threat, we find that the State
Department of our great nation
continues to play it cool insofar
as Israel is concerned," Farb-
stein said. He lauded the state-
ments of President Kennedy at
his recent press conference sup-
porting the security of Israel
and her neighbors.
He deplored the misapplica-
tion of massive aid to Egypt
under our Food for Peace Pro-
gram Elnd recommended the
adoption of the following to
granting aid: 1. That granting
of aid be preceded by agree-
ment to preserve the peace; 2.
That those countries receiving
our aid who are not being
threatened by external forces,
forego building aggressive ar-
senals using our aid as a means.
He also stated that he would
seek to amend the foreign aid
bill by declaring it as the sense
of Congress that in the adminis-
tration of foreign aid, great con-
sideration should be given to
those countries who share the
views of the U.S. in the world
crisis and which do not as a
result of United States assist-
ance divert their own economic
resources to military and propa-
ganda efforts, directed against
other countries receiving aid.

U.S. Tells Moscow
Atom-Free Mid-East
Plan Is 'Propaganda'

LONDON, (JTA)—The Amer-
ican reply to the Soviet proposal
for declaring the Mediterranean
a nuclear free zone was deliv-
ered in Moscow to the Soviet
Foreign Ministry, it was re-
ported from the Soviet capital.
The U. S. reply termed the Soviet
proposal "a propagandistic attack
against the presence of United
States missile launching subma-
rines in the Mediterranean."

New Bill Is Block
to Illinois Blue Law

CHICAGO, (JTA) — Intro-
duction of a new bill in the Ill-
inois Legislature was seen an
another effort to block or slow
down the drive for passage of
the Sunday closing bill which
has been approved by the state
senate. The bill, now before the
House, contains a Sabbath ex-
The new measure asks that
a commission be set up to study
the question and submit its find-
ings and recommendations to
the 74th General Assembly "on
or before April 1, 1965."

assessed an amount calculated
at 45 per cent of its rate under
the regular scale. This would be
an ad hoc arrangement for the
present phase of this peacekeep-
ing operation and would not con-
stitute a precedent for the fu-
ture, the draft resolution states.
The resolution lists the coun-
tries which are considered to be
economically more developed
for the purposes of the appor-
tionment. The UN Assembly
would recommend that these
states make voluntary contribu-
tions in addition to their assess-
ments in order to finance author-
ized expenditures in excess of
the total amount assessed under
this resolution and would appeal
to all other member states in a
position to assist to make similar
voluntary contributions or to
forego having their assessments
calculated at the lower rate.
The resolution states that vol-
untary contributions may be
made in the form of services
and supplies acceptable to the
secretary general furnished for
use by UNEF during th i s
In another resolution adopted
by the General Assembly's ad-
ministrative and budgetary com-
mittee by a vote of 91 in favor,
13 against, with 3 abstentions,
the committee approved the prin-
ciple of collective responsibility
in peacekeeping operations. Both
Israel and the Arab states voted
in favor of this resolution.

on Rabi, Sensibar •

Nobel Prize physicist I. I.
Rabi and Jacob R. Sensibar,
world-famous engineer, have
been awarded honorary doctor-
ate of science degrees by Tech-
nion, Israel Institute of Tech-

I. I. Rabi

Jacob Sensibar

nology, at ceremonies on his-
toric Mount Carmel, site of the
Technion's modern campus.
Rabi was honored for his
"research and discoveries in
atomic phenomena which open-
ed the door to the atomic age."
Sensibar, until recently presi-
dent of the American Technion
Society, is directing the multi-
million-dollar expansion of the
production facilities of the
Dead Sea in Israel. He was
cited for his "engineering
achievements which have con-
tributed to the development of

Senate Committee Continues Closed
Investigation on Jewish. Agency

Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee continued a closed in-
quiry on the activities of the
Jewish Agency.
Senator J. William Fulbright,
Arkansas Democrat, chairman of
the committee, identified a wit-
ness as Gotlieb Hammer of New
York, formerly an officer of the
New York section of the Jewish
Agency for Israel. Since April
1960, Hammer has been execu-
tive vice chairman of the Jewish
Agency, Inc., which is not a sub-
ject of this inquiry. He was ac-
companied by the Agency's at-
torney, Maurice Boukstein of
New York.
The Senate committee has for
several months been conducting
a study of the administration of
the Foreign Agents Registration

Ex-Nazi Acquited
on Charge He Killed
25 Jews in Poland

GRAZ, Austria, (JTA) — A
court in Graz acquitted Franz
Murer of charges that he per-
sonally murdered around 25
Jewish men, women and chil-
dren during the Nazi occupa-
tion of Poland. The Russians
had tried and condemned him
to 25 years' imprisonment but
released him to Austria when
the peace treaty was signed. He
was arrested again two years
ago in Austria.

'Act of 1938. Numerous regis-
tered agents have been ques-
tion by the Senate committee
which is planning to recommend
additional legislation. The Jew-
ish Agency, American section, is
registered under the law since it
represents the World Zionist Or-
ganization and the Jewish
Agency with its headquarters in









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11 — TH E DETROIT JEWISH N EWS -- Friday , June 28, 1963

Israel Votes Cash Support of UN Technion Confers
Peace Force in Middle East, Congo Honorary Doctorates

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