Samuelson Wins Nobel Prize in Economics
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (JTA)—Dr. Paul Samuelson, 55-year-old American Jewish professor of economics at the Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology, was named in St000kholm, Oct. 28, as the winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics. The
Swedish Academy of Science made the announcement of the award, which is worth $78,900 this year. This is the second year
the special economics prize has been awarded.
Dr. Samuelson, who was born in Gary, Ind., and lives in Belmont, Mass., received a master's degree from the University
of Chicago and doctorates from Harvard and Oberlin (Ohio) College. A Guggenheim fellow in 1948-40 and a member of the Ameri-
can Academy of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Saituelson is the author of a number of books, including "The Foundation of Economic
He is the third Jew to receive a 1970 Nobel -Prize. On Oct. 15, Sir Bernhard Katz of London and Dr. Julius Axelrod of
Bethesda, Md., shared the physiology and medicine prize with a Swedish Scientist.
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New Arab UN Attacks on Israel
Called 'Dishonorable Tirades'
State Dept. Demands Suez Rectifications;
Gen. Yariv Shows How Truce Is Violated
WASHINGTON (JTA)—The United States position continues to be that rectification
of Egyptian-Soviet violations of the Suez cease fire must take place before indirect Arab-
Israeli peace talks can resume under the auspices of United Nations envoy Gunnar V.
State Department spokesman John King declared "That is our position," when
questioned at a news briefing. King's remarks contradicted a growing feeling that the U.S.
was backing down on its demand for rectification of the violations. That feeling arose
from the fact that rectification was not mentioned by Pretident Nixon in his talks with
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko or by Secretary of State William P. Rogers
in his talks with Egyptian Foreign Minister Mahmoud Riad last week.
King said that the U.S. entertained no doubts that truce violations had occurred.
He confirmed a statement by Israel's chief of intelligence, Gen. Aharon Yariv, in Tel
Aviv, that the Egyptians had violated a proviso that strictly prohibited either side from
improving its anti-aircraft missile strength within a 32-mile stretch on either side of the
TEL AVIV (JTA)—The chief of Israeli intelligence charged Monday that there are
about 3,000 Russian troops and technicians in the 32-mile Suez Canal standstill cease-
fire zone in flagrant violation of the Aug. 7 truce. According to Gen. Aharon Yariv, the
Russians are manning SAM 3 anti-aircraft missile batteries. He said the SAM 3s comprise
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UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. (JTA)—Foreign Minister Mahmoud
Riad of Egypt got the General Assembly's Middle East debate under
way Monday with a 40-minute venomous condemnation of Israeli
"aggression," "expansionism," "opportunism," "politicial deceit" and
"colonial and racist designs." Half an hour later, Foreign Minister
Abba Eban of Israel held a press conference to denounce Riad's "very
violent and dishonorable tirade." Eban said he would state Israel's
case to the assembly "at an early date."
Eban said Minister Riad was "someone who doesn't seem to be
taking world opinion seriously." The Egyptian offensive against the
Jews, he declared, has been the most overwhelming "since the down-
fall of Hitler."
President Nixon brought his efforts for a resolution of the current
United States-Soviet deadlock over the Middle East to the United
Nations General Assembly after a lengthy meeting at the White
House with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko. In his address
at the UN last Friday, the President emphasized that "It is essential
that we and the Soviet Union join in efforts toward avoiding war in the
Middle East, and also toward developing a climate in which the
nations of the Middle East will learn to live and let live." That last
phrase was seen as a plea to the Arab states not to seek the destruction
of Israel. Nowhere in his speech did the President mention the Egyp-
tian violations of the standstill provisions of the truce by the introduc-
tion of Soviet missiles into the Suez Canal zone. The closest be came
to that aspect of the Mid East situation was when he invited the USSR
"to join us in taking that new road—to join in a peaceful competition
—not in the accumulation of arms, but in the dissemination of
progress; not in the building of missiles but in waging a winning war
against hunger and disease and human misery in our own countries
and around the globe."
The statement issued by U Thant Friday night after a dinner at
the UN with the Big Four foreign ministers—Maurice Schumann of
France, Sir Alec Douglas-Home of Britain, Rogers and Gromyko-
noted that the foreign ministers "had a useful exchange of views with
the secretary general and Ambassador Jarring on the situation in the
Middle East." In addition to agreeing to exert their utmost efforts to
enable Dr. Jarring to resume his mission, Thant's statement—
issued as a joint communique on behalf of the four foreign ministers
—also noted the diplomats agreed to "search for possibilities through
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Buy-Israel Products Campaign Is
Gaining Momentum in Detroit
These official photos show a new days later, indicating the violation of
SAM 2 missile site (right) at the Suez the cease fire and standstill that was
Canal, and the same area (left) 18 agreed upon on Aut,7.
Detroit Jewry is being asked to join in a Buy-Israel-Products
campaign as an important way in which to assist Israel economically.
A list of products, and of merchants handling the various items, has
been compiled to assist Detroiters in this important task.
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Editorial, Page 4
Fishman and Shaye Named -Chairmen of 1970 Allied
Jewish Campaign; Welfare Federation Re-Elects Schwartz
Meyer M. Fishman (left)
and Maxwell M. Shaye (cen-
ter) were named chairmen of-
the 1971 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency Fund.
The two chairmen stated
accepting the appointments to
the major philanthropic roles
in this community that the
doubling of the 1970 gifts will
be the guideline in the coming
year to deal with the emer-
gencies affecting Israel.
Alan E. Schwartz (right)
was re-elected president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation at
a meeting of the board of gov-
ernors held last week. In addi-
tion to other officers chosen
at that meeting, chairmen were
named to functioning campaign
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