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January 25, 1963 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-25

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Views of Israeli Leaders on U.S.
Mid-East Policy Conveyed to Envoy

Ecumenical Council Re ceives Hopeful Plea on
Jewish Memorandums
ROME, (JTA) — The hope

sentatives of all major religion s f in the Ecumenical Council.
held at the Pro Deo Universit
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
under the chairmanship o Y The 500 delegates met to eat
stood that at the Ben-Gurion-
to The Jewish' News)
Cardinal Bea, head of the Vati f a symbolic dish of fraternity
Barbour
meeting
Israel's
secur-
JERUSALEM—Israel's views
ican
Secretariat for the Unity - and Jewish unleavened bread
ity
needs
were
stressed
in
con-
on reported plans of the United
of
Christians,
who developed They included also diplomatic
nection
with
any
refugee
settle-
States for a new initiative to
the agenda for the Ecumenical representatives of Israel, the
end the Arab refugee deadlock ment involving proposals that
United Arab Republic, Ireland
Council.
were conveyed Tuesday by Israel accept the return of a
and other countries.
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion to number of the refugees.
The hope was voiced by
It was reportedly emphasized
United States Ambassador Wal-
Judge Serpio Piperno, president
that before such refugee de-
worth Barbour.
of the Union of Italian Jewish
ONLY
Communities. He told the 500
A meeting for that purpose mands were placed before Is-
Certified
religious dignitaries — Catholic,
was called at the Prime Minis- rael there must be some change Try by Himmler Aide
Protestant, J e w i s h, Moslem,
Master Watchmakers
ter's request. It was held in hiS in the avowed Arab stand of for Parliament Seat
Buddhists, Tadist and others—
office and attended also by insistence that a state of war
Are Examined by the
exists
with
Israel
and
in
a
halt
that "truth and charity, the lat-
Causes Party Furor
Avraham Harman, Israel ambas-
United States Bureau of
to
Arab
activities
threatening
ter understood as a form of
Standards and Measures
sador to the United States, and
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
justice, are the basic principles
Shimshon Arad, head of the Israel's security. -Arab economic
WE GIVE YOU
warfare against Israel also was
BONN — Chancellor Konrad of Jewish teaching." He quoted
American desk of the Israeli brought
up.
GUARANTEED
Adenauer's
Christian
Democra-
Maimonides to the effect that
Foreign Ministry.
Satisfaction on Your
Another general issue raised tic Union was reported Wednes- "the knowledge of truth re-
The views conveyed to the in the talk was that evidence of
WATCH REPAIRS
day
to
be
in
a
turmoil
over
the
moves
hatred
and
incomprehen-
American envoy were developed a basic readiness by the Arabs
1 Year Guarantee
effort
by
Max
Frauendorfer,
sion
between
various
groups."
during discussions last week to seek genuinely a solution
former
chief
personal
aide
to
"This chosen assembly," he
with the participation of the must be ascertained before con-
Prime Minister, Mrs. Golda cessions are demanded from Gestapo Chief Heinrich Himm- said, "is an example of what
ler, to win a seat in the West can be achieved when the voice
Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister; Israel. •
German Parliament as a sup- of the Lord gathers us in a
Harman, Michael Comay, head
Harman left Tuesday for the porter of the Chancellor.
fraternal feast." He expressed
of the Israeli delegation to the United States where he was
tvAT c
The controversy began when "hearty and fraternal apprecia-
United Nations and other key scheduled to meet next week
GEORGE
OHRENSTEIN
officials.
with State Department officials Gerhard Wacher, a CDU mem- tion of their work" to Pope Certified Master Watchmaker
Although officials continued to whom he will convey Israel's ber of Parliament from Bavaria, John XXIII, to Cardinal Bea
and Jeweler
to decline to reveal details of views on the refugees and re- was named state secretary to a who is known for his friendship
18963 Livernois - UN 7-8184
West German Federal Ministry. to Jews, and to all participants
the discussions, it was under- lated issues.
Frauendorfer, who was twice
beaten in bids for a parliamen-
tary seat because of his Nazi
Strictly
past, was chosen by the CDU to
Kosher
fill Wachter's seat.
• Meats and
He was chosen by the party
Poultry
{Direct JTA Teletype Wire
areas, claiming that it was un- because he had the highest num-
to The Jewish News)
SOMETHING
NEW!!!
SEASONED MUSHROOM-TOMATO
TEL AVIV. — The annual necessary since, he said, it did ber of votes among the losing
convention of the right-wing not prevent. infiltration or the candidates for the seat. Earlier
"MEAT LOAF"
Asismamm ■■
•• ■• .......minr
Herut Party decided Wednesday movement of Arabs to urban this week Wacher said he would
not
give
up
his
seat
because
of
by a close vote to establish a centers. "Herut gives its hand
• Ready Made Hamburger Patties
plans
for
Frauendorfer
to
re-
• Cartwheels
Herut faction within the Hista- to whoever will bring about abo- place him.
• Mock Chicken
• Veal for Scalopini
drut, Israel's Labor Federation. lition of military government
The CDU party executive in
and substitute for it adequate
• Seasoned Meat Balls
The vote was 327 to 256.
measures to ensure security," he Bavaria refused to confirm
Just before the vote was said.
Frauendorfer's nomination, but
taken, Menahem Beigin, party
the former Nazi has key support
The
Herut
leader
warned
the
leader, made a strong address
from Bavarian CDU • leader
WE DELIVER — UN 1-4770
to the apparently deeply divid- Arab states that, in spite of in- Franz Josef Strauss, the former
Member Detroit Kosher
ed delegates on the importance ternal differences, Israel will Bonn Defense Minister.
of the proposal. Threats of an stand as one man against any
Meat Dealers Association
enduring split and what appear- attempt by Egypt or any other
He who grabs it first he is the
This Shield Is Your Protection
ed momentarily to be a resigna- Arab state to attack it.
mightier. Maba Bathra34.
tion threat. by Beigin were for-
gotten after the vote when the
delegates embraced each other
with assurances of unity. within
the party.
Beigin told the convention
that a possible combination of
Herut, Liberals, Mapam and
Achdut Avodah might place
Prime Minister Ben - Gurion's
dominant Mapai party into a
minority status within the His-
tadrut.

that the Ecumenical Council,
when it resumes its session this
year, will act favorably on the
memorandums submitted by
Jewish organizations asking for
the elimination of anti-Jewish
elements from Catholic dogma
and for the condemnation of
anti-Semitism was expressed at
a fraternal assembly of repre-

Herut Party to Establish Faction
Within Israel's Labor Federation

.

KAPLAN BROS

18229 WYOM I NG





Herut Reiterates
Offer to Liberals to
Form Joint Bloc

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Mena-
hem Beigin, member of the
Knesset and leader of the right-
wing Herut part y, called on
leaders of Israel's Liberal party
to reconsider their opposition to
Herut's proposal first put for-
ward two years ago for the es-
tablishment of a joint Knesset
bloc by the two parties in prep-
aration for a complete merger
of their lists in future Knesset
elections. •
Beigin reasserted the Herut
proposal at his party's national
convention which opened at the
Mann Auditorium here with 600
delegates. "I am empowered to
declare that our proposal still
stands in spite of the Liberals'
negative reply and should there
be readiness on the part of the
Liberals, Herut is prepared to
sit immediately to negotiate de-
tails of the united bloc plan,"
Beigin told the delegates in his
opening address.
Liberal party leaders immedi-
ately rejected Beigin's renewed
proposal for a unified Knesset
bloc, declaring that experience
had proven that, in matters of
common interest, there is na-
tural cooperation between the
two factions, "but on questions
on which we are divided, differ-
ence between the two factions
is very distinct."
In his address, Beigin also
criticized Israel's system of mili-
tary government in Arab border
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