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November 26, 1965 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-26

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Congressmen Warn Johnson to Think Twice Before Aiding Egypt

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Presi- of Egypt's commitment under the
dent Johnson was urged by mem- UN charter to negotiate a settle-
bers of Congress to desist from re- ment with her neighbors, to stop
suming aid to Egypt unless Egyp- this exhausting arms buildup to-
tian President Nasser was willing ward the military ultimate, then
to promise an end to his arms we may be able to effect a lasting
race and to cease formenting wars peace," the Senator said. He
in the Middle East.
stressed that Nasser cannot obtain
The State Department is urging his food requirements from any
the White House to renew large- nation except the United States
scale shipments of surplus commo- and this provides a chance to de-
dities to Egypt.
mand conditions.
Sen. Hugh Scott, Pennsylvania
Republican, informed President
Rep. Benjamin S. Rosenthal,
Johnson that he objected to U.S. New York Democrat, in a letter to
economic aid now planned for the President, noted that Congress
Egypt unless "very rigid condi- this year voted to ban all assist-
tions" were attached.
ance to Egypt unless the President
The Senator suggested that the finds such aid in the national in-
President link aid to Egypt with terest of the United States. The
some manner of arms control. Ac- Congressman said Nasser's poli-
cording to Sen. Scott, the U.S. cies have been "inimical to our
policy in the Middle East has led policies."
Egypt and other Arab states "to
infer that their attitude toward
England, Israel and other pro-
Western governments was a mat-
ter of indifference to us."
Sen. Abraham Ribicoff, Con-
necticut Democrat, warned of a
continuing military build-up for
a "genocidal war against Is-
rael," and urged the executive
department to link resumption
of aid to Egypt with proof by the
Nasser regime of its peaceful in-
tentions.
"If we make resumption of our
aid conditional on the fulfillment

RECIPE OF THE WEEK — SAUERBRAUTEN

Rep. Leonard Farbstein, New
York Democrat, urged Secretary
of State Dean Rusk to attach a
requirement that Egypt initiate
peace talks with Israel as the
price for resumption of United
States aid. The Congressman, a
member of the House Foreign Af-
fairs Committee, said Congress has
taken a firm stand on aid to Egypt
and that the State Department has
shown no compelling reason for
resumption of aid.

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3 lbs. chuck
1 /2 cup flour
1 cup vinegar
2 tbles. shortening
1/2 cup chopped onions
1 /4 cup sliced roasted carrot
2 bay leaves
1 /4 cup chopped parsnip
1 tries. paprika
1 /4 cup chopped celery
2 cloves
1 /4 cup dry red wine
1/2 teaspoon thyme
2 teaspoons salt
Combine vinegar, 1 cup water, 1/4 cup onion, bay leaves, paprika, cloves
and thyme. Heat but do not boil. Pour over meat. Cover and store in cool
place for several days, turning meat once each day. Remove meat, drain.
Strain and save marinade. Coat meat with 1/4 cup flour, sear in shortening.
Add carrot, parsnip, celery and remaining 1/4 cup onion and cook for 5
minutes ,stirring constantly. Pour marinade over meat. Cover and simmer
3 hours. Remove meat and keep hot. Mix remaining 1/4 cup flour and salt
with 1/2 cup of water. Stir into sauce. Cook until thickened. Strain gravy,
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Pincus Anticipates
250,000 Immigrants
to Israel in 5 Years

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Louis Pin-
cus, chairman of the Jewish
Agency executive, said that 250,-
000 immigrants will come to Israel
in the next four or five years, most
of them from "stress areas," coun-
tries where Jews face discrimina-
tion. Speaking at the press club,
he also said that two - thirds of
those who have arrived in the past
four years are still not fully ab-
sorbed in terms of homes and jobs
and their children are unable to
attend secondary schools.
He was critical of the attitude
of Israelis toward Jews from the
West who have settled in Israel or
who come for brief periods of
service. He said the "unfriendli-
ness" of the native population to-
ward such Jewish newcomers hin-
dered their entering the social
life of Israel. Reporting that the
average re-emigration of Western
Jews was 20 percent, he warned
that unless Israelis change their
attitudes, starting at the pre-school
level, fewer Western immigrants
may come and more may leave.

What we acquire without sweat
we_ give away without regret —
Amer. proverb.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 26, 1965-3

ATTENTION

Come Save . . .Surwin's

AFTER-
THANKS.
GIVING

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