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February 14, 1975 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 Friday, February 14, 1975

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Massachusetts, Writers
Hit UNESCO Resolutions

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edge as of money. They would
like knowledge, but cannot face
the perseverance and self-denial
that go to the acquisition of it.
— John Viscount Morley

BOSTON (JTA)—The Massa-
chusetts State Senate has
adopted a resolution condemn-
ing "the irresponsible action of
UNESCO in expelling Israel
from its European section and
in denying that country assist-
ance for humanitarian pro-
jects." The resolution is believed
to be the first anti-UNESCO
resolution adopted by a state
legislative body.

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The resolution noted that Is-
rael made outstanding contri-
butions through UNESCO for
the well-being of humanity and
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It_ also noted that the
UNESCO act violated the
United Nations Charter as well
as UNESCO's charter. Copies of
the resolution are being sent to
President Ford, U.S. Amabas-
sador to the UN John Scali and
to all members of Congress
from Massachusetts.

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the top UNESCO aide now in
the U.S. to ask that recent an-
ti-Israel resolutions of the
cultural agency be rescined or
risk total non-cooperation
from the world's intellectual
community.

The delegation included.
James Michener, Arthur Miller,
Colleen Dewhurst, Julie Harris
and . Anna Strasberg (Mrs. Lee
Strasberg). They presented a
letter to John Fobes, the deputy
director-general, to be trans-
mitted to Amadou M. M'Bow,
director-general in Paris.

The letter said: "We cannot
be silent in the face of the bla-
tant subversion of UNESCO's
principles and purposes by pol-
itically motivated resolutions
aimed at transforming Israel
into a veritable pariah in the
world community."

It pointed out that UNES-
CO's own experts have la-
beled as "patently false accu-
sations made in the resolution
that the excavations (in Jeru-
salem) constitute a danger to
historical monuments." A
second resolution "denying
Israel membership in the Eu-
ropean regional group vir-
tually places the Jewish state
id a kind of international
limbo."

The letter concluded: "We
vigorously protest these Gen-
eral Conference resolutions
which have shocked mankind's
intellectual community and de-
mand that they be rescined.
Should such action not be forth-
coming, our conscience de-
mand that they be rescinded.
Circumstances cooperate with
an- institution whose purposes
have been grossly,perverted,
and we shall call upon our col-
leagues throughout the world to
follow the same course."

ZOA Opens Press

Office in Capitol

- NEW YORK — The Zionist
Organization of America has
announced the opening of the
Washington office of its na-
tional public affairs depart-
ment. The new office will func-
tion as a branch of the national
public affairs department.

Dr. Joseph P. Sternstein,
ZOA president; Leon Ilutovich,
national executive director of
ZOA; and Samuel H. Wang,
national chairman of. ZOA pub-
lic affairs committee, announed
the establishment of the new
office.

The three Zionist leaders said
that the action setting up the
new facility "comes at a time
when public affairs work on
behalf of Israel is of crucial sig-
nificance. Washington, more
than ever before, is the focus of
world-wide attention and the
arena of political struggle for
vital decisions concerning the
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JERUSALEM, (JTA) — One
of the quintuplets born to Tova
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last December died Feb. 6. at
Hadassah Hospital of a diges-
tive ailment.

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