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November 02, 1962 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S -- Friday, November 2, 1962

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Annual Affiliates
Dinner Ball to Be
dignity of man and his rights." of discrimination into a system tics and it is painful to state Held at Temple Israel
that even today anti-Semitism

Israel Ambassador to UN Declares Stand Against Apartheid in Africa

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

UNITED NATIONS — Israel
told the General Assembly's
Special Political Committee
Tuesday that the policy of
apartheid in South Africa was
"irremediably doomed."
Ambassador Abraham Darom
warned the Committee, how-
ever, that "fanaticism and the
absurd ideas of racial superior-
ity cannot be eradicated easily
and in a short time." He said
that this did not "exonerate us
from our obligation to go on
fighting persistently and tire-
lessly for the defense of the

Israeli spokesmen voiced dis-
appointment at failure of South
Africa to abandon apartheid
policy and said this failure
compelled Israel "to voice our
position against racial discrimi-
nation and share the feelings
of frustration expressed in this
committee in view of the lack
of results of the repeated ad-
monitions of the United Na-
tions."
In course of his speech, in
which he sought to explain
Israel's position on apartheid,
Ambassador Darom condemned
apartheid as the transformation

of government.
"The history of my people
through the centuries is marked
in an indelible way by the mar-
tyrdom and sacrifice of millions
of its sons whose only crime
was being Jews," the Israeli
delegate declared. "The list of
synagogues vanished in smoke
and flames because in them we
practiced the rituals of our
faith. We have known all the
forms of intolerance originating
in religious fanaticism or anti-
scientific and mad racist theor-
ies or antagonism to our cul-
tural and national characteris-

raises here and there its crimi-
nal head."
Darom declared, however,
that it was not because of this
history of discrimination in all
its forms and aspects. "The
basic tenet of our faith and our
ethics," he said, "sees in man
the image of God and thus we
are all free, equal and brothers.
Any deviation from this con-
cept would be a negation of our
own selves."

Temple Israel's annual "Af-
Dinner Ball" will be
held Sunday evening at the
Temple.
Chairman Jack Cooper and
co-chairmen Mrs. Harry Colton
and Mrs. Barney Israel have
planned entertainment for the
membership, with dinner ca-
tered by Ted Moss and dancing
to Hal Gordon's Orchestra.
Reservations may be made by
calling Cooper, UN 3-3054.

filiates

Studying weakens the strength
Beloved is the Torah by those of a m.s,n.—The Talmud, San-
hedrin 26.
that study it.—Berachoth 63.

RETAIN MICHIGAN SUPREME COURT JUSTICES

OTIS M.

PAUL L.

SMITH ADAMS

MICHIGAN NEEDS THEIR COMMON SENSE AND INTEGRITY

Justice Otis M. Smith

Justice Paul L. Adams

• Appointed to Supreme Court by Gov. Swainson, 1961.
• Appointed Auditor General of Michigan in 1959, elected to
full term in 1960.
• Appointed Chairman Michigan Public Service Commission by
Gov. Williams, 1957.
• Attended Syracuse University, graduate Catholic University
Law School. Received Catholic University National Alumni
Award in Government, 1961.

• Appointed to Supreme Court by Gov. Swainson, 1962.

• Appointed Michigan Attorney General by Gov. Williams, 1958,
later elected to full term in 1958, re-elected 1960.

• Phi Beta Kappa graduate University of Michigan. LL.B., U of M
Law School.

• Former' member Michigan Social Welfare Commission and
University of Michigan Board of Regents.

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