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October 19, 1973 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-19

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Tekoah Says Lebanon Continues as Base for Active War against Israel

UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
— Israeli Ambassador Yosef
Tekoah addressed a letter to
Secretary General Kurt Wald-
heim stating that Lebanon
continues to be a base for
active warfare against Israel.
The letter, dated Oct. 12,
but released Monday by the
Israel Mission to the UN,
stated:

the lies of the Russians and
Arabs, according to these
observers.
Meanwhile, the Security
Council has still made no
moves toward ending the hos-
tilities.
A UN spokesman reported

"Lebanon put into opera-
tion radar installations to
serve the needs and aims of
Syrian aggression against
Israel. Systematic attacks
against Israeli civilian tar-
gets are being launched by
terrorist squads from Leba-
non in coordination with the
Syrian aggression."

In an annex to his letter,
nah listed 43 terrorist at-
3
from Lebanese soil
against civilian localities in
Israel from shortly after mid-
night Oct. 7 to after midnight
Oct. 11.
The Israeli envoy warned
in his letter that Lebanon
"must bear full responsibility
for the inevitable conse-
quences of its policies, actions
and omissions" and that Is-
rael "is steadfast in its re-
solve to defend itself."
In another action Tekoah
denounced the impending
election of Iraq as one of the
five nonpermanent members
of the Security Council.
Iraq is scheduled for elec-
tion to the Security Council
replacing India.
At the Security Council ses-
sion late last Thursday eve-
ning, Israeli Foreign Minister
Abba Eban disclosed that a
Kelt missile aimed at Tel
Aviv on Oct. 6 was diverted
"only by an act of aerial vir-
tuosity" on the part of an
Israeli pilot.
Eban's and Tekoah's pre-
sentations to the council and
to the news media have been
characterized by many vet-
eran observers of the UN
scene as the finest in Israel's
diplomatic history. Their elo-
quence, lucidity and precision
has stood in sharp contrast to

Organizations
Turn Meetings
Into Rallies

The Zionist Revisionists of
Detroit and the United Jew-
ish Social Club will hold a
combination emergency-Sim-
hat Torah gathering 9 p.m.
Saturday at the Young Israel
Center of Oak-Woods. All
proceeds will go to the Israel
Emergency Fund.
At an emergency meeting
of Sholem AlPichem Insti-
tute, 27 members gave
$30.000 to the Israel Emer-
gency Fund.

parties concerned to end the
bloodshed and move toward
a permanent peace settle-
ment.
He said the UN stood ready
to help them in that en-
deavor.
Secretary General Wald-
In a written statement, the
heim on Oct. 11 urged all

that all UN observation posts
along the Suez Canal have
been evacuated except for
one on the West Bank which
hasn't been heard from since
war broke out Oct. 6.

secretary general said he lieved to be its legitimate
had "no illusions about how sovereign aims."
However, Waldheim said
difficult it is for countries in
conflict to turn from war to he hoped Council members
peace" and stressed that he and other member states
had "no wish to deflect any "will redouble their efforts to
government from what it be. seek an end to the fighting."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 19, 1973 7

Come save on our birthday suits.

(and slacks and shirts and sportcoats and shoes)



Osmun's is celebrating its 40th anniversary. And naturally, we're
celebrating with a sale. Which means that you can walk into any
Osmun's between now and October 27 and expect to find all kinds
of great little goodies waiting for you. At great little sale prices.
For instance:

Warm, wool worsted and doubleknit suits in super solids
and patterns. Regular, short and long sizes.
Values to $135, now just $79.90.

Snappy sportcoats of worsted or doubleknit in solid colors
and fancy patterns. Regular values to $89.95.
Now only $59.90.

Eye-catching long-sleeve sports shirts by Medici in small,
medium, large and extra large sizes. Normally, $14.95 values.
Now $8.90.

Snazzy doubleknit slacks with flare bottoms. In calm
solid colors or dazzling designs. Values to $25.00.
Now just $14.90.

Fabulous French Shriner, Nettleton and other famous brand shoes.
Regular $42.95 values now $33 - 90. Or $39.95 values now $29.90.
And other values to $50, now just $29.90 to $39.90.

So come help us celebrate our anniversary. And save on a
birthday suit that'll do wonders for yours.

O s mu n 's

Anniversary Sale
October 18 to October 27

Twenty-eight electrical con-
tractors and dealers attend-
; a union local emergency
.eeting last Sunday morn-
ing at Cone. Beth Moses
raised $40.000 for the IEF
and Israel Bonds.

There were reports of fam-
ily club meetings, and every
other gathering of Jews,
turning over sums from their
treasuries to the Israel
Emergency Fund. Youth
were seen everywhere, in-
cluding in shopping center
malls, with canisters for
Magen David Adorn.
The Ladies of Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah and Women's
Sabbath League, which
usually devotes all fund-
raising proceeds to the local
yeshiva, has pledged half of
all its raises at an Oct. 31
donor luncheon to the Israel
Emergency Fund.

Open evenings 9 in the Tel-Twelve Mall (Telegraph and 12 Mile in Southfield), Tech Plaza Center (12 Mile and Van Dyke in Warren),
and Tel-Huron Center (Telegraph and Huron in Pontiac) You can charge what you want with your Osmun's Charge, BankAmericard or Master Charge card.

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