100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

November 25, 1960 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-25

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

U.S. Presses Arab Nations, Israel in UN
for Action to Solve Refugee Proble

rupted by the chairman, Mr. tinued with his set talk, in the
Auguste, insisting that he stick course of which he reiterated
to the subject of the Arab refu- all the old Arab accusations of

gees and not roam all over the "Zionist aggression" and "Zion-
horizon of general Israel-Arab ist crimes" against the "Arab
utes. He, however, con- nation."


• II
ukairy
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. yearly forum for standard Arab han
o
arms.
It
ns
simply
risi
charges
of
"Zionist
aggression."
(JTA)—The United States gov-
eans war and all e misery of
ernment this week pressed the
The present "impasse" in
war. The Arab refugees are now
Arab states and Israel to make regard to the Arab refuge
reor-
vement
starting a
"reasonable proposals" to solve problem, Wilcox maintaine
are de-
ganizati
IS BACK FROM HIS SIXTH VISIT TO
the Arab refugee problem in the is "not fair to the people
an,
e
termined to le
Middle East and to "take greater the Middle East, who co
EUROPE and ISRAEL
woman an nfan
initiative in the attainment of profit so much from an
ed
to
Today
for Personal and Experienced Service
as
Ghory
Coll Him
a solution" of the refugee prob- of tranquility and progres
t in
otracted ar •
after a
lem.
is unfair to the United N
Diamond 1-4004
n Powers
hich six W
The stand was taken by Fran- tions, not fair to the contribut-
s
insistence
that,
Open
Sunday
11 to 3 • Evening Appointments
cis 0: Wilcox, Assista
ates that have given so
N
tary of State fo
ney to aid the refu- if he were to talk at all, he
address to
Affairs, 11
unfair to the refu- should be considered only an
"individual" spokesman and not
s s
ssembly's Special
Genera
selves.
a representative of any organ-
Committee, ow
litic
BRAND
pointed out that the
ized group.
gh the annu
th
tates has spent $232,-
NEW
The argument was opened
Arab refu e
t
to aid the Arab refugees after the committee chairman,
nnu
ate, base
AT SPITZER ONLY
e than 70 percent of the Carlet Auguste, of Haiti, read
N ions
ort of the
1 expended on their behalf. a letter signed by 10 Arab dele-
Cultured Pearl
s gency for
elief and
e chided "certain states" — gates who had requested the
_I
has
become
he refug
obviously meaning the Soviet seating of a four-man "Pales-
Union—for having contributed tinian Arab delegation." The
4
nothing to help the refugees.
Different
representatives of the United
with Chain
The Arab states and Israel, States, Aus-
Styles
I
(Rhodium Finish)
whom he called "the govern- tr
ew Zealand an
ments concerned directly," have
et-
etherlands discusse
Reg.
SHOP
not utilized the services of
ter, saying they had no objec-
$2.00
EARLY
is- tion to hearing from the group,
Palestine Conciliation Co
f the provided they were considered
sion to effect a settleme
said. as "in • • iduals."
refugee problem, Wi
mission
As a member of that
dB
nce—the Brita' , answe
—with Turkey and
, "would
United States, he s
at th
consider
welcome and careful

quoted ld
by any
any reasonable propo
f context.'
for
of the parties conce
By placing your Hanukah
airman
Michael S. Co
possible courses of actio
orders now. Come in and
e egation, told
see our large, most com-
Wilcox referred to the a
the committee that Israel feels
plete selection on display.
that there are "irregularities" I listeningto
group,
of thaes
ar ,even
in distributing relief to Arab i * ndividuals was
the g
refugees, and said "progress"
Hanukah This Year Starts on
had been made to eliminate committee's
time. for nearly two
Ghory, spoke
Wednesday, Dec. 14!
these practices. The fact that hours, and was constantly inter-
there are many Arabs on the
relief rolls, getting aid
HEBREW BOOK I
being entitled to i.
ash-
ade to
ject of a repo
& GIFT CENTER
r by tw e Ameri-1
ington last
who investigated
can senat
940 Livernois
"The House of Bargains Where You Always
the situat .
W i I
Precedi
UN 2-4455
Save $1 on All Best Book Sellers"
o
Salah el in t. a
• . . for
ab
United
UN 3-0543; UN 3-1557 1
I 18294 WYOMING
GIFTS OF DISTINCTION
e
tee.
dressed th co j
I 1 Blk. N. of Curtis
of
e accus •
Open from 10:30 a.m.
peated the
— — — - - —
01 Nol No is am Nis EN
in the
"Zionist imper
Palestine area, and blamed Is-
rael for the misery of the refu-
gees.
Two Arab spokesmen
warned that if the Arab refu-
gees were not taken back to

the "Palestine areas now gov-
erned" by Israel, they would
fight their way back. The
spokesmen were Ahmed Shu-
You'd never guess
kairy, chairman of the Saudi
Arabian delegation, and Emile
Its price!
Ghory, a representative of the
it's the new Medana
former Grand Mufti of Jeru-
"Guardsman" with all
salem. Ghory made his threat
in the name of a so-called
these expensive features:
"Palestinian A r ab delega-
• shock-protected
tion."
• break-resistant mainspring
Shukairy told the committee
• rustless, anti-magnetic
that it should revive and en-
hairspring
large the moribund Palestine
Conciliation Commission. This
• new combination luminous
commission, which he said
dial and hands
should "repatriate" the refu-
▪ stainless steel back, chrome
gees, should be expanded to in-
top
clude nine members. Of the six
• smartly gift-packaged
members to be added, he stated.
• FULLY GUARANTEED
three should represent members
nationally advertised in
of the Soviet bloc, and three
should be from "uncommitted
"SPORTS ILLUSTRATED"
nations" in Asia, Africa and
Looks (and works) like
Latin America.
a million — for an
The reorganization and expan-
sion of the PCC, Shukairy held,
unbelievable
Money in your shoe produces nothing but a hole in your
"can start the beginning of the
ican Way" earns a high 3 1 /2 0 /
sock. Money saved "The A
solution of the refugee proble
nt. American Savings'
size
s o
re
plus tax
within the framework of t
s up the speed and
ctronic r ordi
st
*stays waterproof and dustproof
UN." But, he added, "if we f
d for your c
r tr•
ve
as long as crystal, crown and
to act within the framework
cy
o $10,000 by
ounts • insur
back are intact, or expertly
the UN, a solution to the pro
•nsideration,
he United States overnment. From
replaced if removed.
lem would be sought outside
p YOUR savings.
All Sayings Insured to $10,000
American Savings is a better pia
A product of the ROAMER WATCH CO.. one of
the UN." He then proceeded to
she world's largest watch factories. established 1888.
spell out that "solution" as "a
Other Waterproof
matter of peace or war."
"If we in the United Nations
Models
Up
don't answer these questions,"
S1 4"
to
he thundered, "the refugees are
bound to answer them them-
selves. If we do not protect
Michigan's Largest State-Chartered Savings Association
WATCHES • JEWELRY
their right, they are bound to
Certified Master
protect themselves. If we do not
Dexter at Cortland • Livernois at W. 7 Mile • W. 9 Mile near Coolidge
Watchmaker & Jeweler
enforce the law, they are bound
5 Other Branches

Main Office: Woodward at Congress
18963 LIVERNOIS
to take the law into their own
UN 1-8184
hands."
Taking the law into their own

JULES DONESON



— . — — — - — — — _ — - — — — -

Pre-Hanukah Special

MAZUZAH

79`

ENTION: Sisterhoods,

Gift Shops, Organizations ..

SAVE g 500/0

;

SPITZER'S

— — — —

astonishing
waterproof
smartly slim

THERE'S

A BETTER PLACE

TO STEP UP

YOUR SAVINGS!

s110.95

GEORGE OHRENSTEIN

ERICAN
AV I N GS

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan