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July 28, 1967 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-07-28

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Israel's New Roles Outlined to ZOA
Delegates at Sessions in _.lerusalem

' Anti-Israel Paper Seized in Munich

BONN—The Civil Court of Mun-
ich ordered the confiscation of the
July 21 edition of the weekly
' right-wing newspaper Deutsche
National and Soldaten Zeitung be-
cause it compared Israeli Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan with Adolph
Hitler.
An order was also issued to
search the newspaper's premises.
, The newspaper carried pictures
of Dayan and Hitler on the front
page under the headline "Israel's
Auschwitz in the Desert — The
Mass Murder of the Arabs—Dayan
in Hitler's Tracks."
A court official said that the
legal basis for the confiscation
order was that Hitler's portrait is
the symbol of a Nazi organization
which is banned by law in Ger-
many.
Dr. Gerhard Frey, editor of

sonality and condemns Nazi
crimes as much as Israeli ones."

Gustav Heinemann, the federal
ing military situation made "bet- Israel," as "the course of least
minister of justice, said May 18
ter than ever" the chances for danger."
that he and Paul Lucke, minister
cessation of 19 years of Arab
of the interior, had been studying
The dedication was a highlight
belligerency.
means to bar the newspaper for
of the ZOA convention. The li-
a long time.
, Joseph Sapir, Minister Without brary will be erected at the agri-
Portfolio told the convention that cultural school of Kfar Silver. a
The right-wing National Demo-
' Israel's June victory had saved major project of the ZOA in Israel.
cratic Party, with 30,000 members
not only Israel but the whole Jew-
Former Prime Minister David
in Germany, dissociated itself from
ish people from annihilation and Ben-Gurion told the 2,000
dele-
the newspaper, which supports the
disintegration. He said it saved gates and guests that
NDP.
the June
the Jewish honor. He also told the
war was not necessarily the last
delegates that the first days of
Arab-Israel war and that the June
postwar victory in the reunited
conflict was not yet ended. He
Jerusalem and other phases of life said he came to that conclusion
proved the falsity of Arab claims
after listening to Egyptian Presi-
that Arab-Jewish co-existence was
dent Nasser's speech on Sunday.
impossible.
Stressing the need for settlement
Brig. Yigal Alton, the Israel
REPAIR AND
in Israel of Jews from the free
Minister of Labor, said that
world, he said that if only two or
INSTALLATION
warned that after their military
Israel had to create new basic
three percent of those Jews
1
failure, the Arab states and their
industries to meet her require-
Quality Work at
came, Israel would have thou-
the 125,000 circulation news- •
allies were now trying to exploit
ments for military goods and i sands of newcomers each year.
paper
said
it
was the first time
Reasonable Prices!
all possible political means to
make her independent of foreign
in 17 years of publication that
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president
restore to the Middle East the
sources. Addressing the conven-
of the World Zionist Organization, ' it had faced court action. He
dangerous situation which pre-
Lion the onetime Israeli chief of stressed the need for a Jewish
claimed that the seizure was due
vailed prior to June 5.
staff said Israel could not rely "roof" organization to coordinate
to the headline, saying: "It pre-
"Get Our Price Last"
"Our efforts to foil this will he
on foreign sources for supplies
sents Hitler as a negative per-
efforts and work for the Jewish
prolonged, difficult and arduous, -
essential in emergencies. That,
people and Israel. He said that
he declared. "In this struggle in
he said, was one of the "bitter
world Jewry had "re-discovered
which we shall face political pres-
lessons we must derive from our
Israel - as a result of the June war
sure and military threats, the
six-day war." The reference was
and that now it was Israel's turn
Jewish people throughout the world
to the embargo laid down by
to "re-discover" world Jewry.
has a vitally important role to
France which had been Israel's
Menahen Beigin, minister with-
play. It is our great ally, our part-
principal source for military
out portfolio and Gahal leader,
supplies.
ner who will have to bear a great
said
it was the duty of the Israel
part of the struggle for public
"It is necessary now." Gen. government to make a resolute
opinion and I am confident that Alton said, "for Israel to trans- decision not to withd
raw
-
it will play its part in honor."
form her basic industries to make cupied Arab territories until there
Voicing support of the recent
her independent of foreign sources was a final settlement and lasting
manifesto issued by the World
for these supplies. We must attain peace with the Arabs. He also
Zionist Organization and the
a stage where we are independent called for urgent and massive
Israel government, Dr. Eman.
in these supplies." migration from the Western world
uel Neumann, honorary presi-
Gen. Alton called on Americans because the future of Israel de-
dent of the ZOA and a member
to increase their investment in pended, he said, on such im migra-
of the Jewish Agency executive.

Israeli
industry. He noted that tion.
called on every Jewish family in
Israel itself was now investing
Another event at Kfar Silver was
the western world to send at
large sums in the areas it had the dedication of the Mollie Good-
least one son or daughter to
liberated in last month's war. man High School, named in mem-
Israel to help build the Jewish
"Israel," he stated, "must also ory of the late wife of Abraham
state.
Stressing' that it was to Amer- invest money in reorganizing its Goodman, New York Jewish and
army to face new technological Zionist leader. The institution will
ica's own interest to stand by developments, so that our fighting
be the first American high school
Israel, Dr. Neumann pledged the
"unflagging efforts" of American force becomes an army of the in Israel in which English will be
Seventies."
The
Labor
Minister
the
main language in the lower
Jewry in mobilizing public opinion
in favor of Israel. "As Israel, by also called for new immigration classes but Hebrew will replace it
Into Israel, saying
"what we lack in the higher classes. The first 20
her own strength, has - assured that
there shall be no second Ausch- most is Jews." American pupils of the school are
Leon Dultzin, head of the Jewish expected soon.
witz, so must we do what lies in
our power to assure that there Agency immigration and absorp-
shall be no second Munich," he tion department, told the conven- Veterans Hit Treatment
tion that the Agency accorded im-
declared.
migration the "utmost priority'' of Victims by Austria
Jacques Torczyner, president
•VIENNA (JTA)—A delegation
and envisaged the arrival of be-
of the ZOA, called on the U.S.
tween 15,000 and 20,000 families in of American and British Jewish
government to discuss the fate
the
next
12
months.
He
stressed
war
veterans has protested to
of Soviet Jewry with Russian
the need for skilled and profes- Chancellor Josef Klaus that pend-
leaders in "the spirit of Holly
sional immigration and described mg social security legislation in
Bush." Referring to recent pres-
a program of incentives being Austria discriminated against vic-
sures on Russian Jews in con-
nection with the Middle East offered skilled and professional tims of Nazism in favor of Nazi-
war, Torczyner said "I tremble im migrants. Sever al speakers, tainted former civil servants.
Americans residing in Israel, said
The delegation also expressed
when I think what could happen
that better results could be concern over the growth of anti-
to them if attacks of Soviet lead-
And tflen tell them how it's really not out of the way when you
ers against Jews and Zionism , achieved if their organization were Semitism in Austria. The chan-
go with Lufthansa German Airlines. But then, there's no place
consulted
in
preparation
for
the
cellor
denied
that
anti-Semitism
continue." He urged full econom-
that's out of Lufthansa's way. We can jet you all over the
absorption of immigrants from the was increasing in the country and
ic support of Israel and an all-
world. To over 70 cities, in over 50 countries across 6 conti-
out effort to organize the cur- West. said it was the government's policy
nents. And when we take you to your out Of the way island,
Rabbi Simon Greenberg, vice- to combat anti-Semitism and warn
rent tremendous rise in Jewish
we'll go out of our way to treat you like you want to be treated.
chancellor of the Jewish Theologi- Austrian youth against anti-Semitic
feelings among campus youth.
Prefer
Kosher food? Tell us when you make the reservations
ideas.
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, Israel Chief cal Seminary of America, said that
and we'll have it all ready for you. And to get those reserva.
of Staff, said that, as a result of Israel's image "as a home for the
Lions, just see your Travel Agent. Or call Lufthansa.
Israel's occupation of Arab terri- persecuted" should be changed so The Alcova Dam. made of earth,
tories in the June war, no Israeli that Americans would "view Israel in Wyoming's North Platte River.
city or settlement was now within as a challenge to the creative and is 265 feet tall, 763 feet in length.
range of Syrian, Egyptian or Jor- visionary" impulses of all Jews. It was completed in 1938.
1242 Washington Blvd.
danian guns.
Rep. Robert Taft Jr., a mem-
Detroit, Michigan 48226 — WOodward 3-6250
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Before the war, he told the
ber of the House Foreign Affairs
Committee, said here tonight
convention, Tel Aviv was 80
Friday, July 28, 1967-9
kilometers (40 miles) from the
that "strong United States lead-
Egyptian border while Cairo was
ership is needed in bringing
280 kilometers (140 miles) from
peace to the Middle East by
the Israeli border, but today
promoting direct negotiations
"the situation is reversed." Is-
between the countries involved
rael's borders, he told the 2,000
in the dispute within the princi-
.delegates and guests. "are now
ples of the United Nations
Charter."
much easier to defend."
He reiterated earlier Israeli de-
Rep. Taft, Ohio Republican,
nial of reports that Israel had spoke at a ceremony dedicating a
turned over captured Soviet-made library to his late father, Senator
MIG-21s to the United States or Robert A. Taft, who for many
any other nation. He said "we have years was a leading non-Jewish
With Uniroyal Masters .on your car, you'll never know when you
one intact MIG-21 and we need supporter of Zionism, Rep. Taft
pick up a nail.
it ourselves." He also denied that proposed that Article 33 of the
Because we put a Seal Rite lining in our tire. Seal Rite is.a special
Israeli units had captured Soviet UN Charter be invoked to call for
compound that covers the inside of the air chamber.
solution by direct talks between
technicians or instructors.
When you hit a nail or a spike, the lining grips the puncturing
Gen. Rabin told the delegates the Arab countries and Israel. If
object and seals in the air. Instead of a blowout, you get a slowout.
that "though the six-day war is such a move failed and the Soviet
And it could make all the difference in the world.
Over, the seventh day of rest has Union continued to arm the Arab
not yet been gained." He expressed countries, he said, "the United
PROP.
the view that the struggle for States must have the courage to
31 W. ONTCALM
ABE PASTERNAK
peace "in our days" was still a recognize that its only alternative
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long one, but added that the exist- is to assist in further arming

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praise of President Johnson and
in gratitude to him and the United
States for their support of Israel
during the recent crisis.
"It is my duty and my pleasure
to pay tribute to the valiant and
moral stand of the American
people, headed and led by Presi-
dent Lyndon Johnson," Eshkol de-
clared. "Despite the world respon-
sibilities — the United States gov-
ernment understood that it must
act according to the tenets of in-
ternational morality. Herice it did
all in its power to prevent aggres-
sion and advance peace in the
Middle East."
The Israeli Prime Minister

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