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March 15, 1968 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-15

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Rabin Welcomed by Johnson; Tells Newsmen
Israel Can Hold Territory But Desires Peace

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Ambas- frontation with the Arabs.
se or Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's new
"We are ready within the
ambassador to the United States, framework of such negotiations
told the National Press Club on to come to an agreement on the
March 6 that Israel could control recognized and secure bounda-
the occupied Arab territories for as ries of the future," he declared.
long as 20 years if necessary if He said that Israel had no objec-
there were no real peace settle- tion to the UN's special envoy,
meat with the Arabs. "From the Dr. Gunnar Jarring, serving as
security point of view, there is no chairman at direct Israel-Arab
reason why we can't," he said. talks The ambassador addres-
Ambassador Rabin, who was sed a rhetorical question to the
chief of staff of Israel's armed Arab nations: "If you are not
forces during last June's Six-Day ready to talk peace with us, if
War, received a warm greeting you are not ready to abandon
from the audience of journalists your policy of seeking Israel's
destruction, why then do we have
and writers who jammed the audi-
torium to hear his maiden address to withdraw even one inch? Just
and to fire questions at the Israeli to hand you back the areas
which served in the past and will
envoy. He declared that Israel
s
urgently wanted a real permanent serve
in the future as a spring-
"contractual" peace with the board for your aggression?"
Arabs but said that the only way He said there are two basic rea-
to achieve such a peace and to sons the Arabs persist in their
bring about the withdrawal of hostility. One, he said, stemmed
Israel from occupied territories from the hatred of Israel nurtured
was through a face-to-face con- by Arab leaders to the extent that

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freedom to maneuver is
greatly limited. The other is a re-
sult of the intrusion of the Soviet

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Union into the Middle East which
holds out to the Arabs the hope of

recovering their lost territories
without changing their anti-Israel
policy. Gen. Rabin doubted that
the Soviets want to see warfare
renewed in the Middle East. "But
I would say that she would not like
to see a peace settlement and an
end to the tensions in the region
unless it be on her own terms,"
he said. The continued tension and
instability in the area, he said, was
one of the factors that enabled the
USSR to establish herself in the
Middle East and to extend her
military presence there.

On the subect of American
arms shipments to Jordan, Am-
bassador Rabin said no Israeli
was happy to see a country that
waged war last June being re-
armed while there was still no
peace. On the other hand, he ob-
served, it is "perhaps better to
have someone other than the
Russians in Jordan."

With reference of France's con-
tinued embargo on the shipment
of Mirage jet planes to Israel, Gen.
Rabin said "although France re-
fuses to deliver the plans bought
and paid for in 1965, Israelis feel
a debt to the French government
and people for past assistance and
for the quality of French arms."
He said there was no doubt that
Israel will try to obtain jet planes
from other sources.

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Israel Ambassador Itzhak Rabin
addressing the National Press Club
in Washington.

Draft Board Is Waiting

Question: My local board has
classified me in Class I-S(C). I am
a junior in college and was won-
dering how long I may retain that
classification?
Answer: You may be retained in
Class I-S(C) until the end of your
academic year or until you cease
to satisfactorily pursue your course
of study, whichever is first.

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Hebrew Corner

Mad About Hebrew

Eleven years ago Yakov Mainion
to Bet Shemesh for the first
time. What was he looking for in

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Bet Shemesh? Ile was looking for
new immigrants who did not know
the Hebrew language. Bet Shemesh
was full of newly arrived immi-
grants who did not know a word
of Hebrew.
Years have passed. The little
children who scampered around
the' roan, and disturbed their par-
ents' studies are already studying
iu Iiiyh school. But Yoko:: Maimon
himself has not been cured of his
"illness." He conti n ues to travel
to villages and towns and to look
for people who need a Hebrew
teacher. Volunteer teachers travel
with him: clerks, students, house-
wires and merchants.
The enthusiast ("madman") re-
tiered to Bet Shemesh this week.
What was he looking for there
again? Ile went to meet the stu-
dents of the high school. He now
wants them. too, to volunteer to
help new immigrants in Bet Shen,-
esh and Jerusalem to learn He-
brew.

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Nazis have gone on trial here on
charges of multiple murders of
Jews in Grodno in Poland. One
was Heinz Errelis, 53, former SS
officer and head of the Nazi se.
surity service in Grodno. The other
was Kurt Wiese, 53, another former
SS officer who headed one of the
two Grodno ghettos from 1941 to
1943. Wiese was accused of the
murder of Jews in 177 cases and
Errelis of participation in the mur-
der of Jews in 27 cases. Each case
can mean several killings.

PLANT TREES IN ISRAEL
IN THE NAME OF YOUR
LOVED ONES

Perpetuate the memory of family and
friends ... celebrate Bar Mitzvah ...
honor any happy event by planting
trees in the forests and Border Settle-
ments of Israel!

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 15, 1968-13

Ambassador Rabin side-stepped
a question on the Vietnam war.
Asked what he, as a general,
would do in Vietnam, he replied
that no responsible general would
say anything about a war that he
did not know at first hand. Asked
why Israel forces stopped at the
Suez Canal in last June's war, he
replied: "try to imagine what the
world would have said if we had
advanced any further."

President Johnson is shown here welcoming Israel's new am-
bassador, Gen. ltzhak Rabin, at a ceremony at the White House.

Our Torah Says: "For man is as a tree
of the field" (Deut. 20:19) ie man's
life is similar to the tree that grows in
the field. Just as a tree has roots,
branches, fruits and leaves, so too does
a human being have roots, fruits —
which are deeds — leaves — which are
his words.

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