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October 12, 1973 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-12

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4eany Wires Kissinger: Security Council Accused of Abdicating Peace. Role
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) day night to have denied that for what has happened.' Te- hatred and has supplied all
kinds of weapons of war to
third meeting of the Se- 30 Russian personnel were koah declared:
!FL Solidly With Israel —A
"The Soviet Union has the Arab states. If it were
curity Council on the Middle killed when a bomb struck

eorge Meany, president of
ie AFL-CIO, sent a cable
aesday to Secretary of State
-nry Kissinger which read:
I have today wired Y.
reshel, acting general sec-
Aary of Histadrut, to ex-
ress the AFL-CIO's solidar-
y with and full support of
;rael, the Histadrut and the
raeli workers in their
uggle for a free society
ased on decency and social
"I am firmly convinced
'at these are the heartfelt
entiments not only of our
-mbership but the over-
'helming majority of all
niericans. I urge you in this
rav' • our of the Israeli
atio. A) give clear and
trong voice to these senti-
The ignominious Syrian and
yptian aggression launch-
d on the holiest Jewish holi-
ay has but one purpose —
he destruction of Israel and,
vith it, of democracy in the
fiddle East.
"In so critical a moment,
o nation must be allowed to
oubt, even for one second,


where the U.S. stands. We East war appeared uncertain the Soviet Cultural Center in identified itself with barbaric
cannot ignore the role of the Wednesday as diploma t s Damascus. The erroneous re-
seemed to be taking their port, nevertheless, prompted
cue from developments on a bitter polemic against Is-
the miltary front, which so rael by the Soviet ambassa-
dor, Yacov Malik, w h o
far have been indecisive.
The two sessions already stalked out of the chamber
held, Monday and Tuesday, with his delegation when the
are his
yielded nothing in the way of Israeli ambassador, Yosef
concrete proposals to end the Tekah, began to speak.
fighting, bringing the 15-
The walkout, amid thun-
member body under increas- derous applause from pro-
ing criticism for abdicating Arab delegates and pro-Arabs
its function as the world's packing the gallery provided
smiling and
peace-keeping instrument.
the only note of drama in the
The session late Tuesday Security Council sessions so
afternoon was devoted main- far.
ly to formal expressions of
Ambassador Tekoah was
condolences for the deaths of determined to finish his state-
Buy from AL
civilians—including UN and ment, however, and did so de-
foreign diplomatic personnel spite four interruptions by
—in Israels air raid on Da- the delegate from Sudan.
mascus. But many of the
Tekoah said he was not sur-
Soviet Union, which not only casualty reports turned out prised that the Soviet dele-
supplies the arms for this later to be untrue.
gate walked out since "his
Syrian sources in Damas- country must assume a great
treachery but knew of it in
advance. Failure of our gov- cus were reported late Tues- share of the responsibility
TR 5-0300
ernment to act upon its com-
mitment to insure the sur- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, October 12, 1973-13
vival of Israel will not
advance the detente you and
the President seek. Rather, it
will raise in the minds of
millions this question: Is
anything worth having that
bears such bitter fruits?"


KLINE and find out!



n,,ungressmen Are Mum
a fter Talk With Nixon

-continued from Page 12)

re unanimously behind the
,ositions undertaken by the
president and Mr. Kissinger
o bring about a cease fire
Ind a settlement in ne
diddle East."

(Continued on Page 14)

area." But he went on to
note that "we have never
lost interest in those coun-
tries of the Middle East"
and "this is historically true
of Israel."

Sen. Scott pointed out that
the Mansfield-Scott resolu-
tion, adopted unanimously by
voice vote in the Senate Oct.
8, was in keeping with the
"general policy" of the ad-
ministration. The resolution
calls for a pullback by the
forces to the lines of Oct. 5,
the day before the attacks,
and for more stable condi-
Sen. Mansfield and other tions which would lead to
ongressional figures at the peace in the area.
'our-long session sidestepped
Sen. J. William Fulbright
wo direct questions on the
oviet position toward the (D., Ark.) told newsmen that
ighting. They seemed to be "I find no fault with the ad-
vary against exacerbating ministration — or what the
A merican relations with both secretary of state is attempt-
he Soviet Union and the ing to do — to bring it to an
early end and lay the basis
).-rab states.
The meeting took place as for a more permanent settle-
sews came that a Soviet ment with due regard for
!miser and two destroyers UN resolutions of the past."
House Speaker Carl Albert
iad passed from the Black
iea through the Turkish (D., Okla.) said that the
itraits and into the Mediter- President and Dr. Kissinger
•anean to join a new style expressed "the hope which
,oviet cruiser equipped with we of course share, that the
urface-to-air missiles which fighting will soon come to
!ntered the Mediterranean an end and the long-time
nior to the Egyptian-Syrian problems (of the area) may
be solved."
attacks on Israel Oct. 6.
At a breakfast meeting
Asked for views on the So-
iiet encouragement of the with newsmen Wednesday
grab aggressors, Sen. Mans- morning, Sen. Mansfield ex-
field said that the matter pressed opposition to U. S.
lme up in passing" forces becoming involved in
trio mediately went on to the conflict. Asked whether
vay that the United States is the U. S. would intervene if
n "daily contact" with the the war were to go badly
;oviet Union, the Republic against Israel, Sen. Mans-
if China, Western European field replied: "Under no cir-
•ountries and the parties in cumstances should the
United States intervene on
ne conflict.
Asked about the continua- the side of Israel. When I
:ion of U.S. supplies of say no more Vietnams I in-
weapons to Israel, Sen. Mans- clude Israel and Ulster
leld replied, "the matter is where my parents emigrated
Inder advisement."
Sen. Mansfield has con-
Republican Senate leader
Tugh Scott of Pennsylvania sistently opposed U. S. gov-
)bserved similarly that "as ernment credits to Israel for
.ar as the situation in the the purchase of American
Middle East is concerned, arms and also against the
_here is no change in our Jackson Amendment affect-
lesire to maintain contact ing Soviet trade and emigra-
with all the states in the tion policies.

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ongressional leaders "and
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/hen asked how long the
ighting might continue, said
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