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March 08, 1968 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-08

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You hove probably heard about
our remodeling effort — or maybe
even been in the store to witness
the tumult.
What began as a simple change-
over has become a complete up-
heaval of major proportions.

Well, right about now the once
friendly PRINCETON STAFF, the
stock crew, the carpenters, the
architect and builder have suc-
ceeded in grating on the nerves
of everyone else involved. We are
certain that many of you home-
owners are painfully familiar with
builder-client relationships.

SO—YOU'VE GOTTA HELP US !
You can help by purchasing our
bargains,
thereby making room
for our carpenters (trained in the
neat department of your favorite
supermarket) who will then con-
veniently work with dispatch, so
that we can hove the store beau-
tifully ready for you in time for
the holidays. What holiday? You
pick one . . . Passover? . . . Rash
Hoshana? . . . Hanuka? . . .

We are going to help you
help us by offering bargains
which are almost too good to
true — and the next thing
Police Auctions.

to

be
to

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sides have to meet to arrange a the Knesset Tuesday that exports
ment. We hope tthis
race settleh
from the occupied West Bank to
is Jordan totaled about $11,500,000
GOOD !
ecretariat members as expressing when?".
between last June's war and the
I relief the Arabs would be ready Eban Says Formula Can Be Found end of January.
She's busy, too !
! o meet Israelis in face-to-face if Arabs Want to Talk Peace
He said this trade has provided
Typing, filing, etc. . . .
i
alks under UN auspices.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Foreign a livelihood and employment for
West Bank residents and has given
Minister
Abba
S.
Eban
said
Tues-
A note to correspondents issued
them an opportunity to visit their
y the UN press department day night that if the Arabs were families in Jordan.
really willing to negotiate a peace
Save Time and Expense with a
' noted a UN spokesman: "Opinions
Of the total exports, about $10,-
Simple and Economical Dictating
bout the Middle East mission of settlement, a formula could be 300,000 was in agricultural
System.
mbassador
attribu ted to found. In a speech summing up a
foreign
affairs
debate
in
the
Knes-
produce.
members of the Secretariat' in a
eport published on 2 March 1968 set, Eban said it was Israel's aim
are completely groundless.' Dr. to limit the Arab options to two:
Systems Consultant
WHEN YOU ._9/ic A COCKTAIL
Jarring conferred with heads of maintenance of the present cease-

the big powers and with Ambassa- fire agreements or their conver-

STENOCORD DICTATION
sion
into
peace
treaties.
dor Yosef Tekoah of Israel.
SYSTEMS
The foreign minister said Israel
The UN envoy was understood would be satisfied with nothing
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to have received approval here of less than a contractual peace
his reported intention to invite agreement which would include the
Israel and the Arab states to send practical steps for its implementa
delegations to his Cyprus head- tion. He said that this will con-
quarters and it was understood that tinue to be Israel's stand when
on his return to Nicosia, which talks are resumed with Ambassa-
will be early in the week, he will dor Gunnar V. Jarring, the United
act in this direction. It was Nations special envoy in the Mid-
IMMEDIATE
stressed, however, that his dis- dle East.
DELIVERY
patch of invitations did not neces-
Eban referred to the speech at
sarily involve any prior commit- Helwan Sunday by President
ment to acceptance or agreement Nasser of Egypt threatening re-
Harry Abram
on procedures.
newal of the war to reclaim the
Larry stern
NO FALSE PROMISES — JUST GOOD DEALS
territories occupied by Israel after
The Israel government spokes- the June war and said that Israel
"WE SELL BECAUSE OF OUR REPUTATION"
man denied reports that members had noted the threats and would
of the cabinet had reservations on draw its conclusions. He said
Foreign Minister Abba S. Eban's President Nasser's "unmitigated
statement last week that Israel belligerency" threatened the door
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would agree to participation of to peace that was Israel's only
Ambassador Jarring in Arab-Israel chance of leaving behind it the
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clared that Eban's statement prevailed last June.
"fully conforms" to the policy pre-
viously approved by the cabinet.

WHAT TO DO .

HARVEY GOODMAN

68s

See
LARRY & HARRY

Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
snake at length Sunday on Israel's
desire for peace negotiations when
he addressed a luncheon of the
Jewish War Veterans of the United
States who had been holding a
conference here. -He asserted
Israel's readiness to meet the
Arabs and told the veterans: "We
are making efforts to increase
Israel's deterrent capacity. We
have learned that when the chins
are down, Israel alone must defend
herself."

Fshkol Says Israel Ready
to Forget Past, Make
'True, Honorable Peace'
BIRGAFFGAFFA, Sinai (JTA)
—Prime Minister Levi Eshkol paid
it surprise visit on Feb. 29 to
Israeli armored troops in the
Sinai, accompanied by the chief of
staff Maj. Gen. Chaim Bar-I.ev.
Speaking at the former Egyptian
officers' club at which President
Nasser, only last May, challenged
the then Israel chief of staff,
Gen. Rabin to "come," Eshkol
declared. "we are ready to forget
the past and ready to meet for a I
true and honorable peace."

The prime minister and Gen.
Bar-Lev arrived at this outpost by
Values $60 to $80
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one price $40
but reviewed a guard of honor
Sizes 36 to 42
nevertheless. Eshkol remarked to
Reg.—Shorts—Long
the troops, "my impression is that
we are feeling rather strong here."
He chose the occasion to deny em-
ALTERATIONS AT COST
' ohatically rumors that Israel had
No lay-a•wctys
reversed her stand on direct peace
All Sales Final
talks with the Arabs. "We shall not
go back to Lausanne and we shall
Of course we're buldging with
not agree to prolonged mediation
NEW SPRING OUT-
handsome
by telephone or through mediation
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committees. We sand firm on direct
—and Dad.
talks," he said. Eshkol's reference
Our pride is exceeded by our
to Lausanne was to an abortive UN
is
Our enthusiasm
enthusiasm.
sponsored armistice conference
exceeded by our selections.
that took place there in 1949. Israel
Open a personal PRINCETON
was confronted then with a "corn-
charge—or use your Security or
mittee" representing all of the
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Arab states which sat in a separ-
ate room and refused to have any
contact with the Israelis. The con-
ference failed, but Israel reached
.
armistice agreements later that
year at direct talks with the Arabs.

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JERUSALEM (JTA) — Defense

Minister Moshe Dayan reported in

• imes report had also quoted UN

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS "
Friday, March 8, 1968-9

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D ear Customer:

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rat. Agreement to Talk With Israel
enied in Jerusalem, United Nations

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Eshkol's statement, though made
to the Israeli troops. was obviously
addressed to the Arabs, the United
: Nations and all others concerned.
"We do not want to think in terms
of the victors and the defeated,"
he said. "But there is no escaping
,the fact that after every war both

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