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December 22, 1961 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-22

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Set '62 Goal;
,Zuckerman
Heads Drive

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Nations Urge Israel-Arab

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wealth members abstained, while
Israel cast the only negative vote.

The big surprise ,came in the

and the increasing demands for roll call vote on the peace
help to the many thousands who negotiation resolution, origi-
are again entering Israel. He also nally introduced by 15 mem-
supplemented the reports of the bers, when 34 members voted
division heads by pointing to the for it, including Australia,
need to strengthen existing comb Belgium, Canada, Denmark,
munal agencies in order that the Finland, Iceland, Japan, Lux-
organized Jewish community may embourg, Panama and Para-
be a well-informed and well- guay. The U.S. and Britain
voted against the peace nego-
functioning one.
Stollman, who also serves on tiations r e s.o luti o n, while
the national board of the Jewish France abstained. Israel voted
Agency, who presented the re- in favor.
A comprehensive statement of
port on overseas-Israel needs,
made an impassioned appeal for Israel's position concerning the
large increases- in gifts to meet Arab refugee problem was made
the current obligationsto the last Friday by Mrs. Golda Meir,
United Israel Appeal, to the Israel's Foreign Minister and is
Joint Distribution Committee and now before the General Assem-
- the American functioning agen- bly's Special Political Commit-
cies, like Hias, that assist in the tee.
integration of refugees in this
Is-
Mrs. Meir summarized
country.
posi-
rael government's gen
General operations of the Fed- tion in these six poi
eration agencies and of the Allied "1. Israel accepted
1947 Pales-
the United
Jewish Campaign were outlined tine Partition plan
he Arabs re-
Nations in 1947, whil
in an initial address . to the con- jetted it. There wou be peace and
ference by William Avrunin, cooperation in the a a if the Arab
e compromise
had accepted
aassociate director of the Federa- states
1947.
agreed to by Israel
tion.
instead_ de-
"2. The Arab Sta
Israel.
tided
to
launch
war
Reports were submitted by Er- The Arab refugee pro ainst
m arose as
win Simon, chairman of the a consequence of this ar. Those
for that war
respon-
health and welfare division, who responsible
refu-
sible for the existence o
described the expansion and gee problem.
"3.
About
550,000
Arabs
left
the
needs of the local agencies and
territory which is now Israel. A
the progress made by Sinai Hos- similar
number of Jewish refugees
pital; Dr. Norman Drachler, who from the Arab countries have since
reported for the education di- been integrated in Israel. There has
vision and pointed out, among the
progressive steps attained here,
that the student population of
the United Hebrew Schools has

increased from 1,500 in 1950 to
4,100 today; Jack 0. Lefton, Lou-
is Tabashnik and Judge Theodore
Levin, who reported for the com-
munity relations, capital needs
and overseas causes.
Zuckerman in. his address to
the conference, emphasized that
"we must maintain local agen-
cies' services," and must take
into serious consideration the
mounting obligations to care for
overseas needs and Israel.
Safran, summarizing the con-
ference discussions, declared that
"budgeting is a philosophy," that
"we must take care of our fami-
ly" and that "world Jewry IS
our family,"—and "we are the
ones who can provide help that
is so urgently needed.3'
Mrs. Joseph H. Ehrlich and
Isidore Sobeloff joined in supple-'
mentary appeals for generous
community responses to the cam-
paign, -for unstinted giving and
tireless - work during the drive.

thus been a de facto exchange of
population.
"4. No United Nations resoluticin
demands immediate, total and un-
conditional repatriation of refugees
into Israel. On the other hand, there
are United Nations resolutions call-
ing for negotiations on the peaceful
settlement of all outstanding ques-
tions between Israel and the Arab
States.
"5. Israel believes that the future
of the Arab refugees lies in their
resettlement in the Arab countries
within the framework of the eco-
nomic development of the Middle
East.
"6. Israel stands by its readiness
to pay compensation for property
abandoned by the refugees, even
before a general peace settlement
is concluded, provided these funds
are used for the overall solution of
the problem. Israel will demand
compensation for property of its
citizens that was confiscated by the
Arab governments."

Francis T. P. Plimpton, U.S.
delegate in the Committee, re-
plied to the U.S.S.R. attack on
Israel and the Western
which b
_
te of
th
a refug . Said Ph
p-
,
n:

"Tearful concern over the fate
of the refugees sounds hollow in
view of the fact that neither' the
Soyiet Union nor any other mem-
bers o he Soviet group has ever
contr. te•ale eek to-
war'
of
e efu-
ge ." P
o
as
ing t
t
f ct
e de it of
0,00 , t 00 in the budget'
he
nited Nations Relief
orks
Agency for Pale
Refugees
was largely
o the failure of
bloc to pay any
UNRWA assessments since the
formation of the Agency in 1950.
K. G. Fedoseev of the U.S.S.R.



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MUNICH—Franz Hoffman, a
former detention chief at the
Dachau murder camp, was sen-
tenced to life imprisonment
Tuesday for the murder of two
Jews in 1938.
Police in Landsberg, Bavaria,
meanwhile were reported
searching for the individuals
who over the weekend distri-
buted leaflets and posters de-
manding release of Rudolf
Hess, the Hitler deputy who
parachuted into Pngland in a
weird effort to end the war
between Nazi Germany and
Britain.

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port the
15-nation resolution
oring di-
rect negotiations bet
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and the Arab states in
sages
he received from George
president of the AFL-CIO; Con-
gressman Leonard Farbstein of
New York; the Farband Labor
Zionist Order and many other
individuals and national organi-
zations.)
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among the 15 sponsors of that

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