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December 14, 1962 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-14

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Archbishop of Canterbury Appeals

Ben-Gurion Pledges Retaliation in Force
for Christian-Jewish Understanding
If Syria Continues Israel Border Attacks
are called upon to blend their

LONDON, (JTA) — A warn-
Von Horn, chief of the U.N. peace and cooperate with UN
deepest convictions with the ut-
Truce Supervision Organization, officials, must also use its in- ing that the Western world still most reverence for others whose
TEL AVIV — Prime Minister left Tuesday for Damascus to fluence to ensure compliance by faces "battles" for Christian- beliefs are different. To accept
Ben-Gurion issued Tuesday a confer with the Syrians on re- the Syrians with the same pro- Jewish understanding and toler- people of another color as equals
warning to the Syrians to dis- cent Syrian attacks on Israeli posals. The envoy said he would ance was voiced here by the requires acceptance of the idea
continue attacks on Israeli set- border settlements and Lake convey the Prime Minister's Rev. Dr. Michael Ramsay, Arch- of freedom, over and above even
bishop of Canterbury.
views to Washington.
tlements or the Israeli army Tiberias fishermen.
tolerance. This is, this must be
would be forced to hit back.
The Church of England pri- our aim." Among those attend-
It was indicated that Von
mate made his statement, urging, ing the lecture was Arthur Lou-
The Prime Minister spoke at Horn went to Damascus Hungary Still Stops
genuine tolerance between peo- rie, Israel's Ambassador here.
a special parade marking the on instructions from UN Sec- Jews from Joining
ples of all faiths, when he de-
end of three days of exercises retary General U Thant after
by Israel's armored units some- representations to h i m by Their Families Abroad livered the ninth annual Robert
Waley-Cohen memorial lecture to Group Will Restore
where in the Negev. He said an Michael Comay, chief of the
PARIS, (JTA) — In spite of
attack on a small settlement was Israeli delegation at the UN. a general liberalization by the the Council of Christians and Baltimore Synagogue
regarded by Israel as similar to Comay conveyed to the Secre- Communist regime in Hungary, Jews here. Sir Bernard Waley-
an attack on Tel Aviv or any tary General the gravity with Jews are still prevented from Cohen, son of the late Robert
of Baltimore residents,
other major city. He said that which the Israel government leaving the country, the influen- Waley-Cohen, presided.
Syrian commanders and the. viewed the attacks.
through the Jewish His-
tial Paris newspaper, Le Monde,
Syrian government • must re-
ance as "an active human, effort torical Society of Maryland, has
Van Horn was r ep or t e d reported.
strain themselves.
of will power and self-discipline, arranged to buy and restore the
Wednesday to have informed Is-
The report was based on the which
He added that if attacks rael officials that his mission to
makes a person acknowl-
against "our children" and the Damascus had been useful.
edge that his fellow may have Lloyd Street Synagogue, the
prevention of peaceful work in
other convictions, held with equal first in Maryland and the fifth
The UN chief conveyed to Syr-
the fields continued, the Israel ian officials, including the Syrian turned to France. The French sincerity." "Magnanimity," he oldest Jewish house of worship
army would find the attackers chief of staff, that Israel viewed daily declared that the Hungar- continued, "is akin to tolerance. in the United States.
"in their positions on their land the border situation with gravity, ian government "has not changed The worth of a man is infinite
The structure, which has not
and their strongholds and even as well as the concern of the UN its attitude on the emigration of because the Creator loves him. been used as a synagogue for
its Jewish community."
in romote places where the over border incidents.
some time, had been scheduled
The Paris newspaper reported Christians and Jews have not
Syrians might think they are
The Damascus radio declared that there were many Hungar- always practiced toleration in for demolition to make place for
the past. Today, their behavior a garage. It was built in 1845 by
Wednesday that the talks with
He called on the United Von Horn had failed and an- ian Jews who wanted to join has improved, but it is far from the Baltimore Hebrew Congre-
Nations to do its utmost to nounced that the Syrian civil de- close relatives abroad. It added perfect. There is a lack of toler- gation, which had been incor-
preserve peace and quiet and fense had been mobilized and. that "the attitude which the Hun- ance east of the Iron Curtain. porated in 1830. The Peale Mu-
said "we hone that the United private hospitals placed at the garian government will take on But what about the West?
seum of Baltimore regards the
the relatively minor issue of
Nations, which is charged Syrian army's disposal.
117-year-old structure as belong-
with maintaining peace in the
Prime Minister David Ben- Jewish immigration .will give a for both Christians and Jews," ing to a select group of Balti-
demilitarized zones," where
Gurion met with the UN
he said. "Christians and Jews more landmarks.
the attacks have taken place,
truce chief last Thursday and general evolution."
"will succeed in this mission.
urged UN initiative to pre-
If it fails, we shall not stand
vent a dangerous deteriora-
with arms folded and the
tion on the northern frontier
army as well as our armor
between the two countries.
will react.
Officials in Jerusalem have
"All the nation should know indicated disappointment over
that if one small - settlement is what they considered Von
hit we shall react as if central Horn's diffident reaction to
Israel was attacked and you the border clashes.
soldiers of the armed units will
Ben-Gurion reported to the
be called to show your skill," cabinet on Israel's diplomatic
he told the troops. "I am sure efforts to secure quiet on the
you would perform your duties Syrian border where the Is-
skillfully. We will do our ut- raeli settlements of Tel Katzir
most to preserve peace and and Haon were again attacked
quiet but if other responses last week while Israeli fisher-
would be demanded I am sure men on Lake Kinneret were
that the Israel army, which is fired on from Syrian positions.
always on the alert, -would give
During a tour of the border
the desired reply."
area the Jewish Telegraphic
* • * *
Agency correspondent saw evi-
JERUSALEM — Gen. Carl C. dence of considerable damage
due to the Syrian attacks at Tel
Katzir. Some $20,000 worth of
crops were burned by Syrian
incendiary bullets. Also dam-
aged in last Tuesday's attack
was a wall built by the settlers
at a cost of 20,000 pounds
($6,670) to protect the chil-
dren's nurseries, which had
been hit along with entrances
to the shelters of the settle-
Have some real old-fashioned
tasting Kasha for dinner —arid
(From Washington it was
hear the family cheer! Remem-
reported that the United
ber how deep-down good
States Ambassador to Syria,
Grandma's Kasha used to
taste? Do you wonder how
along with the envoys of
she made it? Look on the
Britain, France and the
WOLFF'S KASHA package.
USSR, have been called to
Just follow the economi-
the Syrian Foreign Ministry
cal directions. It's as
at Damascus and told that
easy as beating an egg
Israel has committed "re-
and chopping an on-
peated aggressions" in the de-
ion ...to put taste
militarized zone on the Israel-
happiness on the
Syrian frontier and was trying
.table tonight.
to seize the zone. The Syrian
Foreign Minister, D. Mohas-
sen, told them that Syria
would take the necessary
measures. Arab envoys were
also informed by Damascus of
what Syria portrays as a "new

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have some
for dinner


* * *


'nutritious Brown
Buckwheat Groats. Also enjoy
Wolff's Creamy Kernels (grits)
Kasha 'N' Gravy, Kasha Soup.


Just address request to
Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan, N. Y.

Minister David Ben-Gurion was
understood to have informed
United States Ambassador Wal-
worth Barbour that Israel was
gravely concerned over continu-
ing attacks by Syria on workers
in the demilitarized zone' near
Lake Tiberias.
The Prime Minister, in his
talk with Barbour, was under-
stood to have cited Syrian at-
tacks going back to last October
and to have stressed that Israel
could not tolerate a situation
in which its citizens were being
killed and property destroyed
by "murderers wearing uni-
Ben-Gurion reportedly point-
ed out that the United States,
while urging Israel to preserve

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