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October 04, 1963 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-04

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Israel Submits Peace Plan at UN

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

met with Secretary General U
Thant. Her talk with Thant was
concerned entirely with Israel's
demand that Syria free three Is-
raelis kidnapped from a disabled
boat on Lake Tiberias last
summer.

him the stamp of inferiority is it that all elementary and sec- as "very, very cordial." The
opposed to the basic truth that ondary schools throughout the conversation ranged from the
(JTA and Jewish News Correspondent "all men are created equal." It world teach freedom from dis-
general world situation to the
at the United Nations)
is, therefore, not to be wondered crimination against any people situation in the Middle East to
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. — at that the policy of apartheid anywhere
of any race, religion relations between Israel and the
Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's For- evokes universal condemnation. or color. She
said:
USSR.
eign Minister, laid down before
Later, she met with the Earl
"The
people
of
Israel
feel
"Nobody in this assembly
a plenary session of the General
would underrate the deep- of Home, British Foreign Secre-
Assembly Wednesday a six-point deep abhorence for all forms
rooted feelings and f ears tary, thus completing her round
program for lessening existing of discrimination on • the
which might make progress of conferences with the B i g
tensions in the Middle East and grounds of race, color or re-
slow and difficult on many of Three since she saw U.S. Secre-
to "allay the fears of armed ligion. This stems from our
Certified Master Watchmaker
age-old spiritual values and the world's problems. The very tary of State Dean Rusk last
and Jeweler
conflict."
our long and tragic his-
existence of the United Na- week. She also met with the
On behalf of Israel's govern- from
18963 Livernois Ave.
torical experience as a victim
tions symbolizes a faith in Foreign Minister of Cambodia,
ment, she proposed that all of
man's inhumanity to man.
human reason and sanity and continuing a series of talks with
pledge themselves to:
UN 1-8184
We, therefore, naturally op-
in the capacity and willing- African statesmen.
OPEN THURS. TO 9 P.M.
"1. Respect the political inde- pose policies of apartheid, co-
At the end of the day, • she
ness of nations large and small
pendence and territorial integ- lonialism and racial or religi-
to
co-exist
peacefully.
We
rity of all the states of the ous discrimination wherever
stand at a moment in history
region.
Strictly
they exist."
when this faith is being re-
Kosher
"2. Not to interfere in the
newed
and
when
the
threat
Without
mentioning
the
Soviet
Meats and
internal affairs of any other
Union by name, she referred to of war has somewhat receded.
Poultry
state.
us at this moment embark
Specializing in:
"3. To renounce the threat or the situation of Russian Jewry, Let
telling the Assembly, "There is again on a genuine search for
use of force.
• Fresh, Cutup Chicken Parts
• Cartwheels
"4. To abandon policies and one large Jewish community agreed solutions to the differ-
• Ready Made Hamburger Patties
• Cube Steaks
ences
which
still
beset
and
today
that
is
not
permitted
practices of belligerency, includ-
• Oven Ready Turkeys
• Kosher TV Dinners
freely to practice its religion, divide us. We should like to
ing boycott and blockade.
• Mock Chicken
to
attend
to
its
spiritual
needs
think
that
the
first
sten
in
• Veal for Scalopini
• Ribs
"5. To settle all disputes by
or to develop its cultural life— the direction of peace has
• Seasoned Meat Balls
• Seasoned Meat Loaf
peaceful means.
"e. To enter into negotiations whose observance of traditions been made. May the world and
with the object of achieving carries with it punishment and every part of it now proceed
WE WILL BE CLOSED THURS. &
complete disarmament with mu- suffering and that must witness unhaltingly on this path."
OCT. 10-71; SHEMINI ETZERETH
our
holy
scriptures
and
the
lan-
Mrs. Meir met Wednesday
tual inspection covering all types
guage
in
which
it
was
handed
on
and SIMHAT TORAH
morning
for
45
minutes
with
of weapons."
through the generations abused Gromyko, accompanied by
Mrs. Meir's address was de- and suppressed."
Michael S. Comay, Israel's per-
livered as part of the Assem-
She called on the United Na- manent representative at the
bly's general debate, in which
Member Detroit Kosher
government leaders and dele- tions Educational, Scientific and UN.
WE DELIVER — UN 1-4770 Meat
Dealers Association
The conference was described
gation heads outline the gen- Cultural organization to see to
eral foreign policies of their
governments. Her address was
loudly applauded by many
delegates, but the Arab envoy
who followed rejected her
peace proposals.
Starting out with references
to the lessening of general world
tensions due to the wide appro-
val of the Moscow treaty par-
tially banning nuclear testing,
she referred to the addresses
made here previously by both
President Kennedy and the
USSR's Foreign Minister, Andrei
A. Gromyko. She quoted both
of them to show that both had
called for negotiations as a
means for avoiding conflicts, de-
claring she agreed. She empha-
sized that the many governments
who agree with these principles
must put these aims into prac-
tice.
Coming to the Middle East,
she noted increasing tensions in
the region in the last year, say-
ing that the tensions often in-
volving Israel were mainly due
to inter-Arab conflicts and strug-
gles. Israel, she said, has been
the main target of belligerency.
She recalled that Israel's four
armistice agreements in 1949
were intended to end conflicts
and to be a transition toward
full peace. Then she stated her
six point program.
She made it clear that Is-
rael is as ready now as it has
been in the past to defend
herself. But, she hit home the
point that what Israel seeks
is peace and not war. She said
there is no problem outstand-
ing that cannot be solved
through negotiations with the
Arab states, including the refu-
gee problem.
Touching on the South Afri-
can situation, she said:
"An extremely serious and
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of the apartheid policy practiced
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ment.
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the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation insures each American
of a person's skin places upon

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