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October 14, 1960 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-14

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have been attacked violently
violated "hundreds" of UN res- here by Soviet Premier Nikita
olutions and had shown nothing Khrushchev.
but "aggressive and belligerent
2. Called for "complete dis-
conduct" in the Middle East armament of Israel and the
region.
Arab States under mutual in-
Foreign Minister Musa Naser spection and control."
of Jordan told correspondents
On the subject of disarma-
here there was "nothing new" ment which is before the As-
in Mrs. Meir's peace proposals, sembly, Mrs. Meir said: "One of
declaring that her speech was the planks in the Israel Govern-
"full of distortions."
ment's program is complete dis-
One of the Arab spokesmen, armament for Israel and the
who could always be counted Arab states under mutual in-
upon to attack Israel violently, spection and control. We are
lived up to expectations by not impressed by lofty speeches
openly accusing Israel from the on world disarmament and peace
Assembly podium of having by leaders who do not practice
committed "N a z i atrocities." at home what they preach
Ahmed Shukz.iry of Saudi abroad. Ours is a troubled area
Arabia rose in exercise of "right and an underdeveloped one.
of reply" Tuesday morning, us- Neither Israel nor its neighbors
ing the word "Nazi" a dozen can afford an arms race; the
times, speaking of "Nazi Zion- needs of the men, women and
ism" and charging Israel was children of all our countries
guilty of a "Nazi war of aggres- cry out against it."
sion."
In challenging Nasser and
Members of various delega- rulers of the Arab lands to meet
tions sought out Israeli and oth. with Ben-Gurion on Arab-Israel
er Jewish correspondents, both peace, Mrs. Meir said: "We
Monday night and Tuesday, to again call most solemnly to the
express approval of Mrs. Meir's leaders of the Arab states: Let
peace offer.
us sit down in a free, not pre-
In her address to the General conditioned conference, to dis-
Assembly, Mrs. Meir challenged cuss peace. We are convinced
President Gamal Abdel Nasser that that is the only realistic
of the United Arab Republic to approach. And when there is
"meet and negotiate" with Is peace between us, let us with
rael on peace "or at least an united strength develop the en
agreement on non-aggressi • • " tire region for the welfare
eoples."
"On behalf of
e Min-
ister," she of
. he
S
ssing that Nasser still
is prepare •
ch a meeting ma' ins his boycott
ainst
without
e-conditons, here Isr , and the Suez b kade,
or at n
her place propose
tated: "If the Unit
Arab
to h
ublic is not prepare
im-
ement the Security Co
Th srae
I • s
'
an
decisions on the question
ed
her
er
t
no
myy
P
• he shipping in the Suez Canal, how
U
but so
em of will it base its right, if elected
g
Jo
a the
Minister to the Security Council, to tell
of
• of whom had others that there must be no
addresse • he Assembly earlier. war or threat of war and all
questions must be resolved by
On behalf of Israel, she also:
1. Endorsed Secretary Gen- peaceful negotiations, and that
eral Dag Hanunarskjold's ac- Security Council decisions must
tions in the Congo, which be observed?"
Mrs. Meir's reference to the
Security Council alluded to the
fact that the UAR is a candidate
for election to Council member-
ship as successor to the seat on
the Council held now by Tu-
nisia.
The Israeli Foreign Minis-
ter referred in her address
also to the Arab refugee prob-
lem which has been discussed
with bitterness by the Arab
leaders in this year's Assem-
bly. Those refugees, she stat-
ed, "did not go into strange
lands. Why are they not ab-
sorbed?"
JULES DONESON
Israel, Mrs. Meir pointed out,
IS LEAVING FOR
has absorbed not only many
Jewish refugees from Europe
ISRAEL and EUROPE
but also a half-million Jews who
NOVEMBER 7
had to leave Arab countries.
Israel, furthermore, she pointed
If you are planning a visit
out, is today housing and find-
to Israel in 1961, make a ing employment for 240,000
Arabs in Israel.
point to book your reser-
On the day of Mrs. Meir's
vations early. JULES
address Jordan opened the
threatened Arab League offen-
DONESON will personal-
sive in the United Nations on
Israel's alleged "discrimination"
ly look after your hotel
against Arabs living in Israel.
requests in Israel NOW! Addressing the General Assem-
at the DAN, bly's Social, Humanitarian and
Cultural Committee, Dr. Mu-
ACCADIA, KING DAVID hammad H. El-Farra, Jordan's
and the new HOLYLAND representative, complained that
"Arab students in Israel are not
and SHERATON hotels.
given the opportunity to know
their own culture or history."
AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT!
Mrs. Tamar Eshel, Israeli
MAKE YOUR PLANS NOW
representative, told the commit-
tee that Israel "does not accept
these allegations." She added
that, in due time, she would
reply fully to the Jordan attack.
JULES DONESON
Previously the Israel delega-
tion at the United Nations had
TRAVEL AGENCY
protested formally against the
18246 WYOMING AVE.
anti-Israel attack made at the
CLOSED SATURDAYS
UN Assembly by Iraq's Foreign
OPEN SUNDAYS 11 TO 3
Minister, Hashim Jawad, who
EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT
called for the elimination of the
Jewish State.

WASHINGTON — American
Jews were advised Wednesday,
in a statement issued from Vice
President Nixon's campaign head-
quarters, that Israelis wanted
them to vote for Nixon "as an
important safeguard for Israel."
The statement, based on quota-
tions from an editorial appearing
in a Tel Aviv tabloid newspaper,
was expected to create a storm
of protest because it called on
American Jews to decide how to
vote on the basis of the interests
of the State of Israel rather than
on the basis of the welfare of
the United States. Some critics
of the statement asserted that the
statement tacitly implied a "dual

Israel's
ose I
of t
a wn. . .
try.
e statment was issued
rbert C. Klein, Nixon's pr
WATCHES • JEWELRY
cretary, Nix
odge
d
Certified Master
th
Watchmaker & Jeweler
ere
18963 LIVERNOIS
in the
UN 1-8184
Unite at for the
Open Monday & Thursday to
Daily to 6
sake of Israel they should be
cast for Vice President Nixon."
StrrtrifiSMISlinfincinnnm
The newspaper, said Klein, had
called on its readers to exert
MURRY ROBLIN
whatever efforts they could upon
their relatives • the
"WORLD'S WORST
U.S. to
eir v
Advertising Artist"
ber
Nixon " •e interpreted
sse r
editorial
a call "upon the
ews of Israel to do all in e .
power to b
ut a i
victory as
. e-
guard f. Is
that
the paper ged Israe •
"come
rth as volunt
the cause
o
sage victory," by
explaining to American Jews that
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
a Kennedy victory could result
JERUSALEM — The Israel in "the destruction of Israel."
Yediot Ahronoth is an indepen- ADVERTISING ART
government does not do justice
to the needs of the middle class
immigrant, Leo Dulzin, director
of the Jewish Agency's econ-
omic department, told the press
Old Phonographs Converted to Stereo
here Tuesday.
The Jewish Agency executive
member sa •
a
310,000 •

(about
$2
, 00)
ned by the
ernm
o industry, only
,600,0
pounds (about $2,-
000,000) went to small enter-
hoivirrs vac r •
prises which he said pr vid
43 per c
•ae ' d
trial lab
sto
He sat
rom
abroad an impor
ipment
SERVICE STATION
without havin'
ay duties,
• Dumont • Silvertone
• Magnovox •Westinghouse
but • i •
must pay cus-
• V-M
• Crosley
s on machinery which
• Hot Point • Olympic
• Airline
they need to make a living.
• Webcor
He conceded that the Ministry
of Commerce and Industry
helped cases of genuine hard-
'SINCE 1938"
EMERSON
Written
ship, but he argued that the
Dexter
Sales & Service Guarantee on
problem needed regularization
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by law to encourage settlement
in Israel of middle class ele-
PHONE
ments.

GEORGE OHRENSTEIN

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3 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 14, 1960

Mrs. Heir's Peace Bid Acclaimed;
Stir Created by Israel Newspaper Backing of Nixon
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
loyalty" to American Jews by dent non-party afternoon tabloid
to The Jewish News)
Arabs Continue Attacks on Israel
imputing that they would place newspaper.

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