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October 27, 1961 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-27

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Arabs Fail to Inter Basic Facts in Dead Archives

Israel with Nazis, to attack men here does not give the ternational community. Both as willing to aid financially to
Israel's Foreign- Minister Golda refugees the "right" of repatria- the United States and Britain help meet the costs of compen-
have been on record since 1955 sation to the refugees.
Meir personally — without the tion.
In the other document, deal-
courtesy of ever mentioning her
ing with compensation, it is
name. .
•It was a Shukairy perfortnance shown clearly that Israel has
that had added significance. In assured the UN and has "
gegulaT
the first place, he had already affirmed" its willingne
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discuss
payment
of
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participated
in
the
"general
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DIAMOND
refuge
tion
to
the
debate";
when
he
rose
to
answer
15 year
m
terminatio
PHONO _TRANSISTOPS
: tterne Mrs. Meir, he did so in exercise from a general
NEEDLES
al-1(1in
debate o
TV's
of his "right of reply." Such ment" of all
re. T
y bee
has al
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COUNT
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replies are always brief. Rtit disputes.
ukai
yip ongued
duction of
The PCC's
Shukairy's "reply" went into a
an d
of the
h
t• into the cur
speech running to 24 pages. Did basic doe
were
ion, has
w h sharp
sraeli del a- Mongi Slim, Tunisia's gift to the debate
eech wif h
on
the part
presidency
of
this
year's
As-
reaction
"
the
ost
•d
ion spok
egations.
Th
sembly,
try
to
stop
Shukairy?
He
Arab
and
vicious
airy did not. Did Slim rap his gavel to clearl they will lev
from a
PCC i
ael a shut off Shukairy's outpouring at t
had
e
debate
of
vitriol
against
a
member
ref
mpare
"gan, te
time nex
state? No, Slim sat silent and so
De mber.
inactive.
as
r han
ael, on the
Delegates who have abused the
Assembly's privileges have been pl sed with the evel • ents.
m the
le no one would c
stopped here many times by
murz
SERVICE STATION
own that
presidents of the Assembly or f. formally, it was
Silvertone
• turnout
"working
PCC made
• 1Vtagnovex aVirestinihouse
by committee chairmen. Shu-
PHILCO

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a
efosley.
,
current re-
kairy himself has been inter- pa rs" part o
• Hot Point • Olympic
• Airline • •••Webeor
el had suggest-
ecause
rupted on many occasions prior po
other procedure
to this year. Last year, even ed
TV Rentals
Nikita Khrushchev was gaveled would result in an incomplete,
down by the president of the possibly tendentious, report by
Written
EMERSON
Dexter Television Co.
Assembly when he went beyond the PCC.
No.
216
ALL Repairs
13211 Dexter - License
*
_*
bounds of decency. But then the
The Palestine Commission will
Assembly president was Fred-
erick H. Boland, of Ireland. Now, seek extension of its mandate
the office is held by Slim—an for another year, in the hope that
NORMAN COTTLER
enemy of Israel. And if any it might be able to work out a
Dexter-Davison Markets
further proof were needed that solution to the refugee question
Slim would have been unfit for by 1962.
The significance of such an ex-
the job of UN executive officer
he has now proved that fact. tension, it was noted here, -is
His candidacy for the job as suc- that, by the' time the Assembly
4, ..,A WORD ABOUT
cessor to Hammarskjold was meets in 1962, it will face also
dead. Now, with his per- the need for a definitive move
CITY OF HOPE already
missiveness to •Shukairy, Slim in regard to the status of the
has hammered down the last United Nations Relief and Works
Agency for Palestine Refugees.
Sam was a widower, who
nail in his own coffin.
UNRWA is now working under
had just put every penny
* ,* *
he had into a modest busi-
a three-year mandate, which is to
"It
Was
not
until
Oct.
17
that
ness . .. Then,- suddenly,
MORRIS L. SCHAVER AUDITORIUM
expire on June 30, 1963. Thus,
the
Palestine
Conciliation
Com-
disaster struck — some
UNRWA
itself
must
be
renewed,
Labor Zionist Institute
mission "working papers" be-
unaccustomed aches and
which is to expire on June 30,
came available.
pains, visits to the doctor,
19161
SCHAEFER
ROAD, DETROIT
tests, and the dreaded di-
Among the facts long forgotten 1963. Thus, UNRWA itself must
be
renewed,
or
have
its
func-
agnosis — cancer. At the
by many delegations, in response
The Conference will open with a Morning Session
altered, or have its opera-
City of Hope, Sam awaited
to Arab pressures, are these, tions
followed by Pan Is, Lunch Session for
at 10
tions placed into a new format,
the day of his surgery un-
emerging from the documents: by the time the Assembl meets
Session at 1:45 p.m.
12:45 and a PI
Del
a
easil y. He had scarcely
1. That the General Assem- in the fall of 1962.
been sick a day in his life,
bly voted, as far back as 1952,
ENDS OF ISRAEL
ICH ALL
never undergone surgery
Dr. Johnson is expected rec-
the establishment of a $300,000,- ommend that the Commissi be
— now the prospect filled
LLY INVITED
E COR
000 fund for reintegration of the given another year, during w ch
him with secret fears and
No Solicitation
foreboding . It was no
Arab refugees, "either by. re- it would try, once an for 1,
accident that Sam's room-
patriation or resettlement." This to salve the refugee p lem.
mate was a spry little
program was to have been car-
bein
Dr. Johnson's report
gentleman about ten years
ried out in a three-year period. drafted this week. mmis
older than Sam. His surg-
Four programs were agreed upon sion will file another r
to
ery had been performed
GUEST SPEAKER:
between the UN and three of the Assembly some tim
a week earlier, and he was
e-
Yaakov Morris
almost "bouncing" around
the Arab states, Jordan, Syria tween next week and the
the room with astonishing
and Egypt. However, the Arab ing of the Special Political om
Israel Consul in New York.
energy. Added to the
states failed to cooperate in mittee's debate on the
ue,
Eloquent speaker and noted
friendly encouragement of
implementing these programs, scheduled for late November
author. One of Israel's most
doctors, nurses and other
while
the
refugees
showed
"re-
Dr. Johnson is expected to
staff member s, the ex-
important f ore i g n affairs
luctance as a group to cooperate dicate that there is hope o
ample of his cheery room-
authorities
and diplomats.
in projects aimed at their re- definitive solution of the refug
mate worked wonders for
Sam's peace of mind . . .
problem. While he cannot r
habilitation." -
He withstood his surgery
2. That the 'late Secretary port directly to the Assembly, Dr.
w e 11 , recovered rapidly,
General Dag Hammarskjold pro- Johnson will file his report with
and went home to pick up
posed a broad plan in 1959, for the Commission which—in turn-
the threads, of his normal
integration of the entire economy -may annex his observations to
life. For Sam had not been
in the Middle East, which could its formal Assembly report.
forced to pauperize him-
Neither the Arab leaders nor
have led to "the integration of
self in order to meet the
refugees into the productive life Israel's have moved from , their
costs of medical care. In
keeping with the human-
of Israel as well as of the Arab previous positions on the refugee
Nathaniel H. Goldstick:
itarian philosophy of the
states." The docunient shows issue. The Arabs still insist that
City of Hope, the healing
that the Arab representatives the refugees be given the choice
Corporation counsel, City of
of the body was not per-
between "return to their home-
killed the Hammars
formed at the cost of a
Detroit, etc.
land"
and
compensation
by
ber sta
3. That many
broken spirit.
Israel. Israel, on the other hand,
in many debates n e refug
he year refuses to swallow that formula,
problem here
Won't You Join Me In This
srael's conten- nsisting that there are alterna-
have suppo
GREAT CRUSADE?
iation is not the ives to "repatriation" such as
tions that r
r *ntegra- esettlement of the Arab refu-
only soluti
Send Your Contribution to
uld in- ees in Arab lands and reinteg-
tion of t
nds. ation of the refugees in the
elude res
out Arab economy, as propqsd sev-
CITY OF HOPE
4. Th
Mendel N. Fisher:
eral years ago by the late Secre-
1948 tary-General
over an
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Dag Hammarskjold.
Executive director of the
Which
Assem
It is understood that Israel
Jewish National Fund for
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always
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more than 27 years. Dy-
compensating the Arab refugees
namic speaker who is retir-
under certain conditions, provid-
ing shortly, climaxing al-
ing international aid toward such
most 30 years of dedicated
compensation is given by the in-
service on behalf of JNF
Proudly Presents
and Israel.

(Continued from Page 1)
does not say, however, that the
battle has been won. The debate
in the Assembly's Special Politi-
cal Committee, which must deal
with the refugee pro
be long and bitter.

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