Friday, January 19, 1968-13
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Tripartite Declaration Ended With British
Withdrawal of Armed Forces From For East Rabin Named Envoy to U.S.
(Direct JTA Teletype wire
Prime Minister Harold Wilson France previously had made
It was definitely confirmed on
to The Jewish Newt()
WASHINGTON - U.S. official announced that the last of the Bri- known, through policies apparent Wednesday in Israel that Gen.
Rabin, former chief of the
sources conceded Tuesday that the tish military forces would be re- since the Six-Day War, that the
Israel army who directed the
last vestige of the "tripartite" con- moved from the Middle East, Per- French no longer thought in terms
cept in which the United States, sian Gulf and Far East by the end
the United Kingdom and France of 1971. Britain simultaneously can- of a joint Anglo-American-French
were linked in security assurances celled a number of contracts for approach to the Middle East.
to Israel terminated with the an- new military equipment and indi- When it was announced in 1950,
nouncement in London that all cated, among other things the the Tripartite Declaration was
British armed forces were being , termination of sharing of any tri- hailed by Israeli leaders as a vital
withdrawn from service east of partite responsibilities with the guaranty of Israeli security by the
Suez. United States in the Middle East. I Big Three Western powers.
Israeli Six-Day War, has been
named Israel's ambassador to the
United States. He succeeds Avra-
I ham Harman.
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Max M. Fisher of Detroit,
president of the United Jewish
Appeal, defined the forthcoming
20th anniversary of the State of
Israel as "one of the great
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Jewish Appeal and Israel Bonds port of Jews in other lands.
Israel's example, he said, has
reminded people everywhere
that freedom is most precious,
The prime minister pointed out
and that there are still men and
that what is at stake in Israel is
women in the world who are pre-
the "right of the Jewish people to
retain its place in history. We are pared to fight to win freedom
not better than anyone else, but we and defend it, with their lives if
I need be.
are not worse."
Eshkol referred to his meeting I A special commemorative medal,
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Middle East, Eshkol stressed
that Israel has no less a right
than any other state to live in
security and freedom.
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NEW YORK - On the eve of the with President Johnson, citing "his struck in gold by the American
departure of Prime Minister Levi friendship and understanding of I Israel Numismatic Society, was
Eshkol of Israel, more than 2,500 our problems." There is no corn- presented to Prime Minister Esh-
leaders, representing almost all parison between the United States kol by Ginsberg on behalf of the
shades of organized Jewish life in and Israel with respect to size and organizations sponsoring the din-
the United States, presented to the power, he said, "but we do share a nor. The medal bears a bas-relief
people of Israel, through its pre- common outlook in regard to mat- portrait of the Israeli leader on the
mier, their assurance of moral ters of the most fundamental im- face, and on the back the inscrip-
support in the achievement of portance to mankind." j tion "Six-Day War, 10 June 1967."
peace and material support for
Outlining some of Israel's plans The presentation case is inscribed:
economic progress in the coming for the development of the coun- Presented to Levi Eshkol, prime
I try, Prime Minister Eshkol said: j minister of Israel, by the sponsor-
"We must make it ever more I ing committee of National Jewish
American Jewry's pledge of un-
limited aid was voiced Jan. 11 by beautiful. We must clear away all I Organizations on the occasion of
Edward Ginsberg of Cleveland, its waste places. We must make it the dinner given n in his honor on 11
general chairman of the United economically strong. We must de- I January 1968, during his visit to
Jewish Appeal, and Samuel Roth- velop its industry and add to its the United States."
berg of Peoria, national campaign water resources by getting fresh j
The invocation at the dinner was
chairman of the Israel Bond Or- water out of the seas, and we ex-
by Rabbi Joseph H. Look-
ganization, who served as co-chair- pect to be one of the first countries offered
r stein of C
men of a farewell dinner at the to be privileged to do it. We must !
Jeshurun, New York, and the bene-
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in honor of make it a place of learning for all diction by
. R abbi Edward T. San-
prime minister and Mrs. Eshkol.
its children and a place of healing drow of Temple Beth El in Cedar-
The dinner was sponsored by 55 for all its sick. And we must make hurst, president of the New York
major national Jewish organiza- it a land that will absorb tens of Board of Rabbis.
tions. The Israel Bond Organiza- thousands, hundreds of thousands,
tion, principal source of investment and perhaps even millions of new
A musical tribute to Eshkol in
funds for economic development, immigrants."
the form of Jewish traditional and
and the United Jewish Appeal,
"In this moment of destiny, we Israeli melodies was presented by
which raises funds for immigra- must declare the renewal of our Jan Peerce, leading tenor of the
tion and settlement in Israel, have pledge and our commitment to Metropolitan Opera Company. The
been the two foremost channels of stand by Israel as long as she national anthems of the United
large-scale American Jewish aid needs us. We take this pledge as States and Israel were sung by
the greatest insurance for our own Cantor Norman Atkins.
Responding to the tributes future as Jews as well as for the
Paid him, and the pledges of future of Israel," Rothberg added.
maximum support for Israel, ' Abraham Feinberg, president of
Eshkol expressed his apprecia- the Israel Bond Organization, iden-
tion for the aid which American tified the two factors which he
Jews have given Israel in the I named as the constant elements of
past and which they have com• strength throughout the twent-year
milted themselves to give in the history of the State of Israel - the
future. He cited those who have courage and dedication of its
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