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October 06, 1967 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-06

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Humphrey, Eshkol, Shazar Send Ne w Year Greetings

U.S. Vice President Hubert H. side the Western Wall. remnant of ,
our Temple.
the blessing and
of Israel . !
Humphrey and Israeli
Premier
President Levi ,Eshkol and Zalman 1 of its people and its Government'
Shazar issued New Year greetings goes out to you. May this year. '
to American Jewry. Quotes from the twentieth of Israel reborn"' be
their greetings follow: a splendid year for the Jewish
VICE PRESIDENT' people — a year of freedom for all
HUMPHREY: An old year ends, a our nation. a year of cultural
g' a year of great uplift
bright new year. 5728. begins: ir0 flowerin
synagogues throughout the world, and of a great aliya. Shana Tova!

the beautiful prayers and melodies
of centuries past are offered again year
I PRESIDENT
the
that is now SHAZAR:
coming to Of
a close'
to God.
' it is impossible to speak in the'
The High Holy Days are the terms of summary and appraisal'
most cherished tradition of the we apply to ordinary and even!
Jewish people.. But the universal extraordinary years. Three fateful !
ideals they symbolized — of rever- i s da
x .s it included—their marvels
ence, of self-examination, of peni- , —
tence for deeds done or undone.
of desire to be still worthier — I
these are noble values which all
people of good will can esteem.
Mrs. Humphrey and I are happy'
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to join in warmest - greetings on
to The Jewish News)
this New Year to .;(3 many friends
UNITED NATIONS — The
and neighbors, so many famililes foreign minister of the Nether-
in all parts of our nation and lands. J. N. A. H. Luns, recom-
overseas.
mended Tuesday debate in the
Our heartfelt wishes go out to Security Council and a strengthen-
you for a year of affection, a year ing of the UN's peacekeeping role
of progress, a year of human in the Middle East. The Dutch
foreign minister said that his
splendor.
May the sound of the Shofar country supports all initiatives to
ap-
usher in fulfillment of ancient this end which include
and joyous pronhecv. Mav the sons pointment of a special representa-
tive
of
the
secretary
general,
the
and daughters of Abraham. Isaac
and Jacob enjoy a year of bless- sending of observers and "when
ings. May the nation of Israel en- desired and accpeted by both sides"
joy lasting peace, so that she' the creation of a UN buffer force
may build, heal and serve. May to give extra guarantees "against
friendship and understanding over- a new explosion."
come discord in the hearts of the
He said, "All such measures will
have our full support and, if neces-
Family of Man.
• t
sary, we are prepared to assist in
PRIME MINISTER ESHKOL: guaranteeing permanent frontiers,
The year now drawing to its end security arrangements and free
has been, for the Jewish peonle passage through international
in Israel and throughout the world, waterways."
a year fraught with destiny. The , Addressing the General Assembly
State of Israel. heart of Jewry.: debate, the Dutch foreign minister
faced danger of extinction, the like said, "Neither a detente nor 4.
of which had never been. Arab lasting solution will be possible
States to north, east and south rose in the Middle East unless, next to
up to an attack upon Israel, to wipe both sides, the major powers come
it out.
to mutually acceptable terms."
We did everything to avert this
Mahmoud Riad. Egypt's foreign
war, and to remove the threat minister, who addressed the as-
to our existence by peaceful means. sembly last Friday, rejected all
But, when it was clear tha t
proposals for direct negotiations
enemy was tightening the noose with Israel, again demanded Is-
of strangulation around us and rael's immediate and unconditional
opening the assault, Israel's De- withdrawal of its armed forces
fense Forces went forth to protect from occupied Arab territories,
the State. In a superbly heroic once more called for condemnation
and glorious campaign, unprece- of Israel as an "aggressor," and
dented in the annals of our nation, S accused the United States of align-
our Army routed the enemy and ing itself with Israel and showing
redeemed Israel from the peril of hostility to the Arab states.
annihilation.
In reply, Arthur J. Goldberg,
In this contest. Israel fought
I chief U.S. delegate, defended
alone. We had but one ally: the
Washington's position on the
Jewish people. When all the citi- Middle East, and indicated that
zens of Israel were mobilized to the U.S.A. felt Egypt's actions had
defend their Land, the Jewish precipitated last June's conflict.
people in all the countries of the
Several ranking delegates sup-
world came valiantly forward, with
all its might and main, to help ported the principle of direct ne-
IsraeL There were Jewish com- gotiations between Israel and the
munities which extended great Arab states and specifically called
political and material aid. Thou- for a resolution that would link
sands of young men and women Israel's withdrawal of its troops
hurried to work in Israel and to from occupied-Arab areas with an
fill the places of the soldiers who end to Arab insistence on the
had gone to fight. And there are "right" to belligerence against
large Jewish communities which Israel. Among these spokesmen
longed with all their hearts to help were Martinez Moreno, foreign
us but were prevented, and even minister of El Salvador; Leslie W.
forbidden to express their deep Leigh, a member of the Sierra
concern and their immense pride. Leone cabinet in charge of foreign
We know that they are with us in affairs; and Bolivia's f or eign
thought and prayer, as we are with minister Walter Guevara Artez.
Earlier foreign minister Couve
them.
From a re-unified Jerusalem, de Murville of France gave no-
Lice
to the United Nations Gen
eternal capital of Israel, from be-

of heroism, the dangers before
them, the obligations after them,
their reflection in the outer world
— have made of 5727 a year unique
in the annals of our people .. .
He who answered us in days of
test and heroism will answer, too,
in the years of striving for the
unity of the people, the prosperity
of the land and the establishment
of lasting peace. May the ancient
promise be fulfilled for us: "And
you shall dwell in the land which
the Lord your God giveth you to
inherit, and He shall give you rest
from all your enemies roundabout,
so that you dwell in safety," Shana
Tova!

54—Friday, October 6, 1967

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The representative of Burundi,
an African state, told the assembly
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recognized by the United Nations."
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prior to June 5."
Lt. Gen. Odd Bull, Secretary-
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that area."
Thant endorsed Gen. Bull's posi-
tion and urged both Israel and
Egypt "to exercise utmost restraint
in the Suez Canal sector and, in
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arrangements agreed to by them."
Israel accused Egypt Monday
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27 when four Israeli soldiers
were killed in a series on nine
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Middle East had been reached
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