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March 20, 1964 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-20

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Congressman Nedzi Speaks Out
for U. S. Policy to Defend Israel

Congressman Lucien N. Nedzi,
recently speaking on the sub-
ject of American foreign policy,
said that our objectives in the
Middle East are:
1. "We are interested in help-
ing create political stability, ad-
vancing economic development
and modernizing the social sys-
tems of the area;
2. "We are pledged to defend
Israel, and we oppose aggres-
sion either from the Arab or
Israeli side. We have made it
clear Israel is here to stay;
3. "We favor an accommo-
dation between Israel and its
Arab neighbors. We believe
this is the only way the area
as a whole can develop politi-
cal stability, and self-sustain-
ed economic growth. The Jor-
dan River water development
is the kind of regional activ-
ity which makes sense . . . ;
4. "We are interested' in lim-
iting Soviet influence in the

area;

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5. "We recognize that the
continued flow of oil at reason-
able rates is of vital importance
to Western Europe, which re-
lies heavily on this oil. And
Free World strength relies
heavily on Western Europe.
Conversely, oil-producing states
have an interest in western
markets;

Mrs. Fabian Dies in NY;
Hungarian Exile Leader

\
/ —

NEW YORK (JTA) — Mrs.
Ilona Schwarz Fabian, active in
Jewish wartime relief work, a
Hungarian exile leader during
the Second World War, died
here Monday. She was the wife
of Dr. Bela Fabian, chairman of
the Hungarian Former Politi-
cal Prisoners.
Born in Budapest, she mar-
ried Dr. Fabian in 1924 in a
ceremony which her husband
said was also a demonstration
against anti-Semitic rightists
when an overflow crowd packed
Budapest's D o h a n y Temple
which has a capacity of 20,000.
At the outset of the Second
World War, Mrs. Fabian
worked as president of the
women's section of the Hunga-
rian Jewish War Veterans to
supply Jewish forced laborers
with clothing and other neces-
sities. Mrs. Fabian came to the
United States in 1948 and was
one of the leaders of the Hun-
garian freedom movement.

Lena Tapper Dies in LA;
Was Detroit Club Leader

Lena Tapper, former De-
troiter active in the Jewish
community, died March 2 in
Los Angeles.
In 1920 Mrs. Topper helped
found and organize the Jewish
Women European Welfare Or-
ganization and in 1926 was a
charter member of the Kovler
Volyner Progressive Society.
She also was president of De-
troit Ladies Lechem Aneeim.
She leaves two sons, Emanuel
and Max; two daughters, Mrs.
Vera Walker and Mrs. Helen
Landgarten; one brother, nine
grandchildren and two great-
grandchilaren.

Mrs. Eva Stein Dies

Mrs. Eva Stein, of Detroit and
Los Angeles, died Monday in
Van Nuys, Calif.
Mrs. Stein, who lived at 19974
Murray Hill, was a member of
Pioneer Women, Chesed shel
Emes and Cong. Mishkan Israel
here.
She is survived by a son, Jack,
of Detroit; five daughters, Mrs.
Bernard (Leah) Janowitz and
Mrs. Mandel (Toby) Chudnow of
Detroit, Mrs. Maurice (Molly)
Oshansky of North. Hollywood,
Mrs. Betty Montenette of Bev-
erly Hills and Mrs. Roy (Ruth)
Silva of Richmond, Calif.; 17
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.

Hebrew U. Budget Totals $ 18 Million; Development Plans Set

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

6. "We are interested in
maintaining air and sea routes
to and through the Middle East;
and
7. "We seek to limit the arms
race there. It obviously takes
resources from an area already
poor and puts them to a use
which really does not bring any
greater security.
"Practically speaking," Nedzi
said, "the most delicate diplo-
macy is needed in the Middle
East. In my judgment, it is very
important that Israel maintain
its weapons superiority. Any-
thing less could be fatal.
"It is natural," he went on,
"that our sympathies lie with
Israel. It not only is the only
democracy in the region, but
it has stirred our admiration
by its pioneering spirit, its
"ingathering" of the "lost
people"- and its conquest of
the desert.
"Nationalism still is the
strongest emotion in the Middle
East," Nedzi said. "It has flowed
back into every vacuum, has
swallowed all trends toward the
communist bloc. As you will re-
call, Iraq was considered 'lost',
Egypt was 'lost', Syria was 'lost'.
But all remain today highly na-
tionalistic, though erratic—and
out of the Communist bloc.
"I don't expect the Arabs to
start a war over the Jordan
River water project. But the
area will remain highly vola-
tile," he said.
"In the meantime, our policy
remains as President Kennedy
stated it in May of 1963: He
said then: "The United States
supports social and economic
and political progress in the
Middle East. We support the
security of both Israel and, her
neighbors . . . In the event of
direct or indirect aggression,
we would support appropriate
courses of action in the United
Nations or on our own to pre-
vent or put a stop to such
aggression."

JERUSALEM—The board of
governors of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, opening a session
Wednesday, heard a report on
the university's 1964-65 budget
and estimated development ex-
penditures totaling 56 million
pounds ($18,000,888).
Eliahu Elath, the university
president, said a four-year
development plan envisaged
a student body of 12,000. He
urged the creation of a "one
roof" arrangement for all in-
stitutions of higher education
to ensure proper utilization of
resources.

The meeting opened in the
presence of President Zalman
Shazar, who was named the
university's honorary president.
Premier Levi Eshkol was
awarded an honorary doctorate.
He called for more pioneering
among the intellectuals and
stressed that applied research
in Israel was falling short of

ANNOUNCEMENT
TO DETROIT JEWRY . . .

P A R VA N A

FROZEN DESSERT

Haggadah Illustrations
by Israeli at Museum

A complete set of Haggadah
illustrations by the native Is-
raeli artist, Shalom of Safed,
will be shown at the Jewish
Museum in New York March
22-April 30.
Shalom had his first one-man
show in the United States in
1961. Since then he has been
exhibited in Chicago, Paris,
Bern and Zurich.

Whale Oil Industry Starter
Jacob Rodrigues Rivera, an
18th century merchant in Col-
onial America, was the first to
introduce the whale oil in-
dustry which contributed sign-
ificantly to the commercial de-
velopment of the Colonies.

the country's needs.
Other recipients of degrees
included prof. A.A. Fodor, Jus-
tice Samuel Friedman of Cana-
da, Michael Greenblatt
of
Canada, Harry Seldin of the
United States and Lord Marks
and Leon Simon of Britain. The
last two were awarded their
degrees in absentia.

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Prof. Norbert Weiner,
Eminent Math Expert,
Dies in Sweden at 69

Dr. Norbert Wiener; one of
America's most prominent ma-
thematicians, until recently for
many years a member of the
faculty of Massachusetts Insti-
tute of Technology, died in
Stockholm, Sweden, Wednesday
at the age of 69.
He had developed the system
of "cybernetics," a study of the
control system of nerves and
the brain.
He was the author of several
books, including an autobiogra-
phy and a scientific novel.
His father was the author, in
1898, of the first "History of
Yiddish Literature" published
in this country.

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