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December 15, 1967 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December IS, 1967 IS



Goldberg Future Speculated

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Presi-
dent Lyndon B. Johnson has in-
formed Ambassador Arthur J.
Goldberg, U.S. envoy to the United
Nations, that he would not stand
in Goldberg's way if the latter de-

the possibility of joining the law
firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind,
Wharton and Garrison, but a U.S.
representative at the UN said
there was "not a shred of truth"
to that report.

Israel Government Rejects
Demand to Settle Territories
JERUSALEM (JTA)—A member
of a right-wing faction demanded
in the Knesset that the government
take steps, in an organized man-
ner, to settle all of the territories
occupied by Israeli forces during

ARTHUR GOLDBERG
sires to resign, official sources dis-
closed. All the White House would
say for the official record, how-
ever, was that Goldberg had not
yet tendered his resignation.
There are many rumors about
Goldberg's plans to retire, and one
report stated that he had discussed

Israel Won't Give Up
Occupied Territories

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the Six-Day War. He was answered
by Foreign Minister Eban, who
said that the future of occupied
territories would be determined by
peace treaties.
Eban agreed, however, to dis-
cuss the ideas advanced by Shmuel
Tamir, of the Free Center, a right-
wing bloc, which were referred to
the Knesset's foreign affairs and
security committee. Tamir quoted
biblical and other sources to sup-
port his contention that "all of
Palestine" was promised to the
Jews.
Israel has designated Mondays

AMSTERDAM (JTA)—An Israeli

general said Israel will not with-
draw from her present frontiers.

with the possible exception of the

Sinai desert, even after a pence
treaty is concluded with Egypt.
Brig. Gen. Abraham Yoffe, sp‘.-0:-
ing at the opening of the annual
campaign for State of Israel
Bonds, said that Israel will find
her own solution to the Arab refu-
gee problem and would aim
eventually, at the establishment of
a Palestinian state in federation
with Israel.
Brig. Yoffe. former comm•nd"r
of the Southern front and now
president of the Israel institute for
the preservation of the nat-ral
landscape, told his audience that
Israel's security has improved
since the Six-Day War because her
frontiers are shorter.
(In London. Brig. Chaim Herzo2

and Thursdays as the days when
persons holding permits to estab-
lish permanent residence on the
West Bank under the family re-
union plan may cross over from
the East Bank. A total of 22
permit holders was admitted
Monday in addition to two chil-
dren who had no permits.

But the reunion plan is lagging,
Israeli authorities report. Since a
10-day suspension was lifted last
Friday only 31 persons had
crossed, although the applications
of 200 have been approved and
turned over to the International
Red Cross. The plan was suspend-
ed by Israel while Jordanian au-
thorities delayed the return of the
body of an Israeli fighter pilot who
was shot down over Jordan in a
clash last month. The body was
returned last Friday.
Meanwhile, the military govern-
ment announced that it has re-
former military governor, declared laxed its restrictions on visits by
West Bank residents to Jordan and
that a withdrawal of Israeli fon•
from occupied areas without east- at least a dozen crossed the river
iron security guarantees and a Monday for business or family
permanent peace is unthinkable, reasons. Israel authorities said
and that the present cease-fire they might permit traffic in the
lines are, in effect, "a contribution opposite direction if Jordanian
to peace because they remove the authorities agreed. Up to now, only
temptation or an easy target from goods for markets are permitted
Israel's enemies." Brig. Herzog by Jordan to move in both direc-
spoke at the annual dinner there tions and truck drivers are re-
of the Friends of Bar-Ilan Univer- quired to return within a specified
time limit.
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