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November 02, 1962 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-02

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WASHINGTON, (JTA) —
Elements of the Arabs press and
radio, citing the supply of Hawk
missiles by the United States to
Israel, are attacking the Ameri-
can quarantine of Cuba.
The Damascus, Syria, news.
paper, "Sawt al-Arab," said:
"The White House decision to.
provide this imperialist prop
(Israel) with up-to-date super-
sonic missiles, and to grant it
more loans and financial and
econornic aid, represents the
climax of the hostile attitude
adopted by United States im-
perialism toward the Arabs."

(At the United Nations, ex-
perts stressed inconsistencies
in the position being taken by
the Arab states on the Russo-
American crisis centered about
Cuba. The Arabs have been
critical of United States action
in imposing a naval quarantine
on Cuba to prevent the further
delivery of thermonuclear
weapons to the island. They
support proposals -for United
Nations pressure on the United
States to halt any action until
the UN will have had opportu-
nity to consider the situation.
The Arabs voice strong criti-
cism of the naval quarantine
imposed by the United States
while, at the same time they
continue a long-standing com-
plete economic blockade of
Israel.

(Arabs at the UN have not
hesitated to combine their criti-
cism of Washington's Cuba
policy with attacks on Washing-
ton's alleged bias in favor of
Israel, as reflected in the agree-
ment to supply Israel with de-

fensive missiles. A veteran
observer ironically noted that
the Arab States, which flatly
refuse to sit down at the peace
table with Israel, were piously
advising the United States to sit
down with the Soviet Union and
seek pacific settlement of their
differences.)

The Damascus newspaper,
which reflects the Syrian gov-
ernment views, said that
"placing these up-to-date weap-
ons, that are ready for aggres-
sion, at Israel's disposal—at a
time when Israel is announc-
ing its determination to com-
plete the final phase of the
project to divert the corn-se of
the Jordan River to the Negev
desert by force; and at a time
when the United Nations will
begin debating the United
States Johnson Plan, which is
primary designed to rehabil-
itate the Palestine Arab
refugees and finally liquidate
the Palestine problem—clearly
reveals how terrible the new
United States plot against the
Arabs is."
According' to "Sawt al-Arab,"
the Arabs, who through their

own experiences have become
aware of the intentions of United
States imperialism and is aggres-
sive actions against them, ex-
pected this kind of overt
antagonism and pilotting. "All
Arabs," it stated, "are asked to
counter the plot about which
Syria gave the alarm, in order
to reveal to the world the true
nature of United States imperial-
ism and the intentions of
Zionism, the usurper of Pales-
tine."

India Appeals to Israel for Support
in Conflict with Communist China

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Prime Minis-
ter Ben-Gurion notified Prime
Minister Nehru of India on
Tuesday that he was in total
agreement with the Indian lead-
er's view that everything must
be done to eliminate the use
and threat of force in interna-
tional relations.
The Israeli leader expressed
that view in a cabled reply to
an appeal from Nehru for sup-
port from "all peace loving
states" for India in its current
border dispute with Communist
China.
It was for this reason Ben-
Gurion said in his message that
Israel had proposed a general
Middle East disarmament effort
under mutual supervision even
in advance of global disarma-
ment. He pointed out that Israel

Parisian Catholic
Paper Decries Plight
of Jews in Russia
PARIS, (JTA) — A progres-
sive Catholic publication, "Es-
prit," declared in its current
issue "there is a general feeling
of anxiety concerning Russia's
Jews."
The publication cited the fact
that "they are deprived of Jew-
ish schools and the facilities for
publishing literary works in
Yiddish, but nevertheless they
carry passports which clearly
state their 'Jewish' nationality."
Publication of the comment
coincided with a meeting held
by the Jewish Writers and
Journalists Union of France in
memory of the Jewish writers
in the Soviet Union who were
executed there 10 years ago.
Speakers recalled the sufferings
endured by the Russian Yiddish
wrtiers, most of whom disap-
peared during the Stalin re-
gime. Several hundred persons
attending the meeting adopted
a resolution calling on the So-
viet Union to grant its Jewish
community the same facilities
enjoyed by other minorities in

Russia.

had declared its readiness to
sign non - aggression treaties
with Arab states and he ex-
pressed Israel's deep conviction
that all international conflicts
"can and must be solved" by
peaceful means in accordance
with the United Nations char-
ter.
Ben-Gurion assured the In-
dian leader that every effort by
countries to settle differences
peacefully would always meet
with the fullest sympathy and
understanding by the govern-
ment and people of Israel.
India does not maintain diplo-
matic relations with Israel.
BOMBAY, (JTA)—The Cen-
tral Jewish Board, the repre-
sentative body of Jews of Bom-
bay, pledged the full support
of the Jewish community to
measures taken by the Indian
government to repel the in-
vasion by Communist Chinese
forces of territory in Northern
India.
The Board, which met in
emergency session, condemned
the "treacherous act of the
Chinese against the peaceloving
people of India," and pledged
its "fullest support" of govern
ment efforts to "safeguard the
integrity and freedom of the
country."

ADL Votes Award
to President Kennedy
NEW YORK (JTA) — Presi-
dent Kennedy will be awarded
America's Democratic Legacy
Award for 1963 by the Bnai
Brith Anti-Defamation League,
it was announced here by Henry
Edward Schultz, national chair-
man of the ADL.
Schultz said the President
was voted the award for his
"dedication to democracy as
reflected in h i s efforts to
broaden the benefits of civil
rights and to assure the appli-
cation of constitutional prin-
ciples of freedom to all Ameri-
cans."
The award, a silver medal-
lion, will be given the Presi-
dent in Washington, at a dinner
to be held Jan. 31.

SALE STARTED THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, 1962

CITY LICENSE #1183

Jack Halperin . . • After servicing for 46 years men of discriminating taste, is closing his doors.
Great Going Out Of Business Sale which includes the most drastic and substantial Price Reduc-
tions of our Business Career.

The Entire and Complete stock of the finest Imported fabrics—Men's Suits, Top Coats, Overcoats,
Raincoats, Sport Coats, Slacks, Suburban Coats and Jackets. Entire stock of better furnishings,
Ambassador, Cardinal, Dumont Di Vinci Suits and Top Coats, Excello, Prince Igor ties and shirts,
Disney Hats, Hanan Shoes, etc.

You can come to this Sale expecting to buy Money Saving Bargains on High Grade Men's Wearing
Apparel.

NO ALTERATIONS

CASH ONLY

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$95 SUITS
Q $65 PROMENADE A $ 19
89.50 TOP COATS NOW u p g
$55 SPORT COATS "
$115 SUITS
49.50, $45
$110 CASHMERE COATS
SPORT COATS NOW

Sharkskins—Wool & Silk

$76
$88

Dumont—Imported Italian
Worsteds Fabrics

$135 SUITS

$145 CASHMERE COATS

Cardinal — Ambassador
DI VINCI — DUMONT

1 09 °

$25 IMPORTED
RAIN COATS

Checks — Plain Colors

New Panel Weave

$8.95 WHITE on
WHITE SHIRTS ,

$510

3

13.95-11.95

for $15

$7

SPORT SHIRTS

All New Fall Arrivals

40

3 for $20

5.95

$360

PAJAMAS

3 for
$10
$1 10 3 for
I
$3.00

1 95-1 65
BOXER SHORTS

Special Group $5.00

TIES

3 for $3.50

Other Sport Coats $21

SPECIAL GROUP

SUITS

Values to $95

24.50 -26.50

IMPORTED SLACKS

Other Slacks $12.90

Finest Imported

$10.95 WHITE on
WHITE SHIRTS .

$34
X36
1 7

Now

$6"

3 for 4 AU

40

22.50 ITALIAN

$1 3

$25 CARDIGAN

$16 9 °

KNIT SHIRTS

SWEATERS

Alpaca — Waal

SUMMER SHIRTS
ROBES
BERMUDAS
CABANA SETS

1 /2 OFF

59.50 SUBURBAN $3890 $25
HANAN SHOES $1499
COATS

OTHERS $8.99

FUR COLLAR

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Open Daily 10-10, Saturday 10-6 — Open Sunday 10-5 pan.

7 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Novemb er 2 ,1962

Arab Inconsistencies Seen
in ITN Stand on Cuba Crisis

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