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July 14, 1967 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-07-14

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Moshe Dayan Confers With Refugees in Gaza Strip
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Friday, July 14, 1967-13

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Gen. S. L. A. Marshall Calls Political Takeover
in Jerusalem 'Most Amazing Sight I've Seen'

Brig. Gen. S. L. A. Marshall, Cary and police from each side."
retired military analyst of the De- Marshall, a military historian,
troit News, who has just returned said that the capture of Jerusalem
from the Middle East. called the had been spearheaded by a Tel
political takeover of Jerusalem Aviv tank brigade led by an Israeli
"one of the most amazing sights printing firm employe, Col. Ben-
An.
I have ever seen."
The brigadier general said he
Marshall said it was like a happy doubted that Israel would give up
holiday. "Total freedom of move - Nny Arab territory it conquered
ment by overyone —Arabs and in the campaign — particularly
Jews, children and adults, the mill-' Jerusalem.

Melvin Weisz

C.L.U.

Man

of the Month

IT IS A PLEASURE TO ANNOUNCE THAT

Moshe Dayan, Israel's minister of defense, is shown here conferring with leaders of Arab
refugees in the Gaza Strip — getting a slant on their needs. He urged them not to flee from areas
administered by Israel.



Israelis Thrilled at Air Show

UN Emissary

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TEL AVIV (JTA)—A dazzling
display of flying techniques by a
variety of combat aircraft en-1
thralled spectators July 6 at an air,
show on an air field somewhere in
the Negev. Dozens of French-
built Mirages, Mysteres and Fouga-
Magieters participated in the dem-
onstration at the very site from
which they took off on June 5 for
their decisive blow against the
Egyptian air force. Defense Minis-
ter Moshe Dayan, Chief of Staff
Itzhak Rabin, Air Force Comman-
der Mordecai Hod and most of
Israel's other top military leaders
were present at the show, as were
former Prime Minister and Mrs.
David Ben-Gurion.

Tuesday. An embargo imposed sev-
eral weeks ago by President de
Gaulle is currently in effect ban-
ning any arms shipments to the
Middle East. The Mirage M5
planes, which cost about 365,000
pounds sterling (51,000,000) each
without spare parts and extras,
have less electronic equipment
than the Mirage III but have a
longer range and can carry more
rockets, bombs or ammunition,

newly-formed Synagogue Council
of Greater San Francisco has urged
member congregations to refuse
seats to non-members for High '
Holy Day service.
The recommendation was sent to
the boards of the 16 Reform, Con-
servative and Orthodox synagogues
in San Francisco, Daly City and
Marin County for action. Some of
the affiliated congregations already
follow this policy.

LONDON (JTA)—Israel is cur-
rently negotiating the purchase of
50 French Mirage M5 ground sup-
port planes, delivery of which is
scheduled to begin next year, the
London Daily Telegraph reported

I.ONDON—A cartoon by Cum-
mings in the London Daily Ex-
press Wednesday depicting Nas-
ser kissing King Hussein at the

Cairo Airport, bore the caption:
"As his first kiss cost me my
army and half my country, may-
be I'd be better off if he kicked

me instead."

Wt.

FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS

NILS-GORAN GUSSING

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.—Sec-
retary-General U Thant designated
Nils-Goran Cussing of Sweden as
his personal representative in the
Middle East to investigate the
treatment of the civilian popula-
tion and prisoners of war. The ap-
pointment was in accordance with
the Security Council resolution of
June 14. Gussing is the representa-
tive in Greece of the UN High
Commissioner for Refugees.

Provide Seats for Members Only, Synagogues Urged
responsibilities" by joining.
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)—The

After the show, squadrons of
aircraft swooped over Israel's
major cities. The planes, including
lightning-like Mirages, soared over
reunited Jerusalem, Hebron, Na-
blus, Haifa and Nathanya—finally
circling back to Tel Aviv, where
tens of thousands of people stood
on rooftops and cheered the pilots. I
The general procedure among
The occasion marked the first time American congregations is to give
the Israeeli air force had flown priority to members and sell any
over Jerusalem.
remaining seats to non-members.
The recommendation declared
The breathtaking performance '
that the perpetuation of Judaism
of a MIG-21 painted with red-gold
"in no small measure depends
Soviet colors but now bearing the
upon dedicated Jews who, by
marking of the Israel air force on
its wings, was a highlight of the annual membership, support their
synagogues" and it urged un-
show. It streamed across the
crowds and later roared aloft with ' affiliated Jews to "rise to their
two Mirage escorts. The plane was
brought to Israel last year by a
A Dubious Honor
defecting Iraqi pilot.
(Direct 3TA Teletype Wire
• • •
to The Jewish News)

Report Israel Negotiating
for 50 French Planes

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Israeli military chiefs who watched the impressive display of
Israel's air power, (from left): Chief of Staff Itzhak Rabin, Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan and Chief of Air Force 3Iordecai Hod.

The resolution added that mem-
ber congregations should approve
a policy that "commencing imme-
diately, High Holy Days seats shall
be made available only to dues-
paid members of the respective
synagogues."

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