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July 12, 1963 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-12

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire

to The Jewish News)
WASHINGTON — Egypt has
made an entirely new arms deal
with the Soviet Union which
may include aid to build up
missile production and weapons
of a more sophisticated nature
than previously provided, it was
learned Wednesday from gov-
ernment sources.
The arms deal is believed
partly financed in a loan of
$44,400,000 recently granted by
Russia to the U.A.R. The loan.
was disguised as covering "de-
velopment of industrial prod-
ucts." Announcement was made
June 20 at the end of a two-
week visit by an Egyptian dele-
gation headed by Field Marshal
Abdel Hakim Amer, com-
mander-in-chief of N a s s e r's

The Love Game
At Grossinger's

When it comes to tennis
at Grossinger's, the score is
love. You'll love the way
Eli, Evelyn, and R i c h a r d
Epstein conduct tennis ac-
tivities here. You'll love the
gracious manner of Eve-
lyn, who is the tennis host-
ess. You'll love the private
lessons and free instruction
clinics Eli and Richard give.
You'll love the all-weather
courts. You'll love the Eddie
Cantor and Milton Berle
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special tennis contests.
You'll love the exhibitions
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There's a lot to love at
Grossinger's.

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forces.
The delegation included heads
of the Egyptian air force, navy
and the director of the Egyptian
ordnance and weapons develop-
ment section.
Specific details are not yet
available in Washington on
weapons involved but it is
believed that the new arrange-
ment will not only cover
equipment lost in Yemen by
Egyptian forces but new
weapons as well as more
Soviet participation in the
Egyptian rocket program.
The agreement was signed on
behalf of the Soviet Union by
Russian Defense Minister Mars-
hal R. Malinovsky.
The new military agreement
is the fourth major deal be-
tween Egypt and the Soviet bloc
since 1955.
It was noted here that the
new Egyptian - Russian accord
followed the American agree-
ment to supply Israel with anti-
aircraft Hawk missiles for use
against the jet bombers pro-
vided by Russia to Egypt.
State Department sources said
the news would not affect plans
to extend new economic assist-
ance and loans to Egypt.
But, Representative Sey-
mour Halpern, New York
Republican and co-sponsor of
the Keating-Halpern Amend-
- ment to sever aid to nations
that divert their own funds
for purchase of offensive So-
vet arms, served notice that
a vigorous fight will be waged
in Congress to block further
American funds for Egypt.
The foreign assistance bill is
now pending.
Halpern told the House on
Wednesday that in addition to
the new arms transaction there
were reliable reports of the
use of poison gas bombs by
Egypt in Yemen. He cited evi-

Political Non-Identification Policy Re-Stated
by Goldstein-Halprin General Zionists

dente that such equipment may
have been acquired from Com-
munist Czechoslovakia or Russia
—indirectly financed by the
American Taxpayer.
Halpern said, "I do not feel
that American taxpayer should
subsidize the United Arab
Republic by a single cent in
view of its brutal and agressive
policies. He issued an appeal
'to colleagues to support the
Keating - Halpern Amendment
which he said had already
gained the backing of "many
members" of both House and
Senate.

1111)



LONDON, (JTA) — The con-
ference of the European execu-
tive of the General Zionists —
the Goldstein-Halprin group —
has unanimously endorsed the
position of the World Confed-
eration of General Zionists on
the question of merger with the
Confederation led by Dr. Eman-
uel Neuman and on the decision
against identification with any
Israeli political party.
Delegates from Austria, Bel-
gium, Great Britain, France,
Germany, Greece, Holland and
Sweden, meeting here, heard
reports on the current situation
in Israel and in the Zionist
world. The participants ex-

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Free tennis instruction clin-
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1 1 — TH E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, July 12, 1963

Egypt, Soviet Sign Major Arms Pact;
Congressional Fight Seen on U.S. Aid

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