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February 02, 1968 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-02

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Red Cross Requests that `No Armed Soldiers'
Be Stationed at Allenby Bridge After Attack

re- asserted that Israel started the
International Red shooting "to discourage expelled
Cross that no armed soldiers be Arabs from returning to their
stationed near the Allenby Bridge homes.")
over the Jordan River during
Observers said that the initial
crossovers of Arabs and similar Jordanian fire had been aimed at
activities under Red Cross super- i soldiers stationed at the Jordanian
vision will be accepted by Israel I side of the bridge to arrange for
if Jordan agrees, Defense Minister I the family reunion traffic, in ac-
Moshe Dayan said.
cordance with an established ag-
The Red Cross made the request reement with Jordan. The Red
after a violent attack by Jordanian Cross officials were wounded while
troops at the site last Thursday trying to help extricate the wound-
which cost the lives of three Israeli ed Israeli soldiers.
soldiers and injured two Red Cross
officials. Two Israeli soldiers were Neo-Nazi Upsurge Felt
killed instantly and a third—one by Resistance Veterans
of two wounded in the shootings—
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
died later. Gen. Dayan visited the
to the Jewish News) ,
wounded Red Cross officials Sun-
BRUSSELS — Concern over the
day at the hospital.
rise of the neo-Nazi National Demo-
Ther was normal traffic at the cratic Party in West Germany and
bridge Sunday while troops watch- with the influence of former Nazis
ed from some distance from the in their own country was expressed
here Wednesday by the Interna-
bridge.
(At the United Nations, Israel tional Union of Resistance and
Deportees.
and Jordan accused each other of
A delegation representing the
having started the shooting. Jor-
dan sent a letter to Secretary Gen- union will meet with the West
eral U Thant, in reply to an earlier German secretary of state in Bonn
complaint from Israel Ambassador Feb. 16 to discuss the problem of
Josef Tekoah, who accused Jor- neo-Nazism in connection with the
dan of a "wanton attack." Jordan NPD.

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'Indispensable' Suez
Not So Indispensable,
Arabs Are Learning

TUNIS (ZINS)—"The June War
not only defeated the Egyptian
army , but also shattered the legend
of the Suez Canal," reports the
Tunisian n e w s p a p e r, "Jeune
Afric."
It finds that the Suez Canal is in
serious danger for two reasons:
the construction Work going on to
complete giant tankers on one side,
and Israel's plan to build a network
of pipes which would connect Eilat
and the Mediterranean, on the
other side.
The newspaper notes that follow-
ing the Sinai Campaign in 1956,
various countries ordered big oil
tankers so as not to rely on the
Suez Canal. Long before the Six-
Day War, 90 per cent of the 60,000
ton sea-going vessels were unable
to sail through the narrow straits
of the, and not sufficiently deep,
canal, and were forced to use the
route of the Cape of Good Hope.
In 1966 the first 200,000-ton ships
appeared, and the subsequent
closing of the Suez Canal accel-
erated the building of even bigger
tankers, reaching a tonnage of
220,000 to 300,000 each. Japan re-
cently indicated she is readying
tankers each weighing from 500,000
to 800,000 tons, a maritime pro-
gram .which altogether ignores the
Suez.
The second threat, the newspaper
avers on the basis of reliable
sources, is Israel's blueprint of a
tube, which will link Eilat and the
Mediterranean Sea, and be capable
of conveying 50,000,000 tons of oil
a year. Such a tube is already
being cast in two West German
foundries, and will successfully
compete with the Suez Canal.
Presumably, the Arab nations
will not consent that their oil
should flow across Israeli territory,
and be traded to other countries.
This situation, however, may not
apply to Iran. Most of the Iranian
crude oil, 95 per cent, is refined
by companies who produce it in
Arab countries and also sell to
Israel regardless of the Arab boy-
cott.
The Arabs," concludes "Jeune
Afric," "are rightly troubled over
Israel's plan, and with good rea-
son."

Firms Seek Alternative
to Suez: Oil Pipeline

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON — The construction of
a 42-inch oil pipeline parallel to
the Suez Canal has aroused the
interest of oil companies supplying
the European market, it was re-
ported here Tuesday.
A group representing the Inter-
national Management and En-
gineering Association will visit
Egypt next week to determine the
feasibility of the project. It would
offer an alternative to the canal
as a means of transporting oil.
The pipeline would be capable
of handling 50,000,000 tons of
crude oil a year. The oil would
be discharged from super tankers
at Port Suez at the southern end
of the canal and reloaded aboard
smaller tankers at Port Said, on
the Mediterranean for distribu-
tion to European ports.

American Savings Opens
New Southfield Branch

American Savings and Loan
Association of Detroit has opened
its 14th office, at 21751 West 11
Mile, just east of Lahser. An-
nouncement was made by Alfred
L. Deutsch, president.
"The office is designed to serve
the needs of an expanding com-
munity," remarked Deutsch. "It
is located in the heart of South-
field, an area that has ex-
perienced tremendous population
growth in just a few years."
The new American Savings
branch features drive-in window
service, plenty of parking space,
indoor decor including sit-down
customer desks and the latest and
most efficient eqUipMent for rapid
processing of customer needs.

14—Friday, February 2, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New Trend Is Seen: Israeli Arabs

Are Being Incited to Hate, Terrorism

JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Shimon
Toledano, adviser to the premier
on Arab affairs, recently revealed
that since August, there has been
a marked rise of unfriendliness
among Israeli Arabs toward the
country.
There is clear evidence, he
stated, that they help the El Fatah
terrorists and even cooperated with
them.
Not a single instance of an
Israeli Arab joining the El Fatah
gang, Toledano continued, came to
light in the past 19 years. Now it

Iraq to Get Jets
From France in
$161 Million Deal

appears that the situation has
changed in the last six months.
Instead of the Israeli Arabs urging
the populace of the occupied ter-
ritories to enter a peace treaty
with Israel, they become infected
by the latter's hostility.
It is also known that the terrorist
bands include women. A woman
principal of a school in Jenin was
arrested on the ground that she
recruited school children for the
marauders. Four women were de-
tained in Shehem, a physician
among them, who used a clinic for
a terrorist training center. The
Arabs regard these women action-
ists as heroines, and even declared
one as a sainte.

VAcAttersiAtille

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to the Jewish Newsl

LONDON — France win supply
Iraq with 32 Mirage jet fighter
bombers and 20 other Mirage air-
craft of different types as part of
a 67,000,000 pounds sterling ($160,-
800,000) pact that will be signed
in Paris next week by President
Charles de Gaulle and President
Aref of Iraq, the Telegraph re-
ported Wednesday. The arms deal
with Iraq will reopen the question
of de Gaulle's attitude toward Is-
rael and the Jews in general, the
Telegraph's diplomatic correspond
ent said.
According to the report, France
will loan Iraq 12 Mirage jets until
the Iraqi planes are ready for de-
livery and will train three squad-
rons of the Iraqi air force in the
operation and maintenance of the
supersonic warplanes. France will
also supply Iraq with 100 air-to-air
Matro rockets and 72 Nord rockets.
Spare parts and accessories will
also be supplied but outside the
terms of the arms agreement.
The other types of Mirage jets
going to Iraq, the Telegraph said,
are 16 E3-3 Interceptors, two photo
reconnaissance planes and two two-
seater trainers.

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