New Anti-Israel UN Resolution Branded 'Belligerent'
UNITED NATIONS (.ITA)--The nounced the Somalia resolution.
United Nations General Assembly Ile said its text was "born of
went On record Wednesday as re belligerence against a state
member of the UN." He said it
the inalienable rights
was sponsored by "delegations
of the people of Palestine" as pro-
almost all of which deny Israel's
claimed in a resolution sponsored
right to sovereignty or do not
by Somalia and four other coon-
. recognize Israel."
Tekoah said it was a draft not
The resolution was adopted as a
procedural matter and thus did motivated, as were the other two
not require a two-thirds assembly resolutions, by desire to alleviate
vote. It was carried by a vote of the plight of the refugees. Instead.
48 - 22 with 47 abstentions. !its purpose "was clearly to aggra-
Israel voted against the Somalia vate and complicate the Middle
resolution and abstained on an East conflict."
The ambassador said that the
American resolution, but did vote
for a Scandinavian resolution call- ! General Assembly action "con-
ing for continuation of the United , firms the generally held view that
Israel's rights or interests cannot
Nations Relief and Works agency.
be secured in discussions and
In a statement after the bal -
toting, Israeli Ambassador to the votes by others, whether within
Yosef Tekoah bitterly de - , the General Assembly and Secur-
serious need of continued help as
ity Council, or by the two powers concern" and directed attention
a result of the June 1967 hostili-
to the continuing critical finan-
or four powers.
- In such discussion," he con- cial •:ituation of UNRWA, with
to the merits of the situation not the funds needed to cover the
only tend to frustrate equitable agency's essential budget re-
conclusions assuring Israel's rights
under the UN charter, but even to
The Scandinavian resolution in-
prevent—as in the present instance structed the General Assembly to
—the defeat of proposals regarded endorse the efforts of UNRWA,
by the majority of states as un- ••to continue to provide humani-
acceptable and damaging." tarian assistance as far as is
"For Israel," he said, "the con- equitable on an emergency basis
elusion is therefore clear — the and as a temporary measure to
settlement of the Middle East con- other persons in the area who are
flirt. establishment of a just 'and presently displaced and are in
lasting peace in the area, the se-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
curing for all nations of their right
to live free from aggression and 6 — Friday, December 12, 1969
violence will come not from what
others do, but through Israel's
efforts to defend its rights and to
seek together with its neighbors
understanding and agreement."
Tekoah concluded that "It is not
through discussions conducted
through outside powers, but
through patient and temperate
dialogue between Israel and the
Arab states that peace will be
attained in the Middle East."
The American resolution called
on the assembly to note that the
situation of the refugees contin-
10 MILE & GREENFIELD
ued to be "a matter of serious
CUSTOM FURNITURE &
Decade of Aid to Unwed Mothers '
PHILADELPHIA (JTA1—Jewish just our program to meet those
girls who have been helped in the differences." He said that "we
10-year-old program of the Associa- share with each girl a concern for
tion for .Jewish Children for unwed her welfare and that of her baby.
pregnant women constitute a cross- We know that this is an especially
section of the Jewish community. trying time for her and understand
according to a report this week by the importance to her of privacy-
Joseph L. Taylor, the agency''; and confidentiality. We try to help
her find the best way to resolve
Ile reported also that the success her situation." .
of the program since the agency
%%as designated a decade ago by
the Federation of Jewish Agencies
to provide that service has result-
ed from the consistent availability
under one roof of all services that
an unmarried pregnant girl may
need, including the help of one
social worker for each girl, when-
ever that is possible.
Ile stressed that this approach
made it possible for the associa-
tion to assure every applicant.
from the moment of the first tele-
phone call, that she can be helped.
The program coordinated and sim-
plified the services needed by the
girl, her infant and the couple
wishing to adopt her baby, elimin-
ating the need to deal with several
agencies. The director noted there
was a low drop-out rate among
girls coming to the agency. Those
who made other plans did so most
often to marry the infant's father
or to live in another city, he said.
All contributors to the Allied Jewish
Campaign - Israel Emergency Fund
are cordially invited to the
21 st Annual Pre-Campaign Budget Conference
He said girls come to the agency
on their own, through their fami-
lies, their doctors, rabbis, attor-
neys and teachers. They come
from all areas of Philadelphia and
its suburbs, cities and towns
throughout Pennsylvania and near-
by states, he reported. They in-
clude high school, college, and
graduate students, girls in the pro-
fessions and trades, and married
women who are separated and di-
vorcees. He said they range in age
from 16 to 36 and that half of them
are under 20.
The services include provision of
living arrangements in an agency
foster home, maternity home or
the girl's own apartment prior , to
the baby's birth: pre-natal medical
care with a private doctor: semi-
private hospital care for delivery;
financial help when needed for
those services: counseling for the
girl and her family; legal services
when needed: counseling after the
baby's birth to help the mother
return to community hying; and
adoption placement of the . infant,
if that is the mother's wish:
The director said most girls plan
to give up their infants for adop-
tion and the babies are usually
placed in adoptive homes at the
age of five or six weeks. Until
placement, their development is
carefully observed in their foster
homes. The agency has a highly ex-
perienced group of foster mothers
to care for the infants. Girls who
choose to keep their babies often
ask for continued help from the
agency after the infant's birth.
citing the "changing morality"
of modern times, Taylor declared
that the problems of such girls
"are considerably different from
what they were ten years ago."
He added that "we know we can
be helpful and useful to today's
young .women only as long as we
remain flexible and continually ad-
Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit
Sunday, December 21, 1969
Jewish Community Center
18100 Meyers Road
9:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast
10 a.m. Meeting
The Pre-Campaign Budget Conference is a forum at which contri-
butors to the Allied Jewish Campaign—Israel Emergency Fund develop
a formula for allocation of funds to the areas of service which we
We will hear first hand, the general needs of our beneficiaries
in Detroit, nationally, in Israel and in other countries of the world.
Your attendance and your opinions will help determine the approach
for budgeting each area of service from funds which will be raised in
the 1970 Campaign.
Jewish Welfare Federations
163 Madison Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48226
Dear Mr. Schwartz:
Yes, I will attend the 21st Annual Pre-Campaign Budget Con-
ference of the Jewish Welfare Federation, Sunday, December 21,
1969 at 9:30 A.M., in Shiffman Hall of the Jewish Community Center.
Please make a breakfast reservation for me,