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June 07, 1968 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-07

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roomfield Urges Immediate Halt of Arms to
Jord an
(Continued from Page 17)
against the
shipments and had his obvious collaboration with ter- of Israel and we've underscored has made it clear that it believes
I mast guerrillas is the supply of that commitment time and timepeace can come only through nego-
petition asking the government not been informed in advance. They
to annex or settle the occupied said shipments to Jordan were American arms financed by U.S. again since '45 or '47."
regions.
continuing.
tiations which must lead to a
taxpayers." The C o n g r e s s m a n
Eban Proposes Steps
(President Johnson, in Glasboro, signed agreement between the two
The equipment delivered to Jor- added, "This policy is absurd."
Toward Peace: Negotiations
N.J., deplored the renewed fighting sides, they said. Israel regards dir-
dan included artillery and am-
Agreements and Treaty
Congressman Frank J. Brasco, in the Middle East and called for ect negotiations as a matter of
munition
and
there
was
speculation
Brooklyn
Democrat,
Wednesday
a
JERUSALEM (JTA) — A four here that some of the
peaceful settlement of Arab- principle, according to Foreign
long-range urged that the United States sell Israel differences "which the na- Minister Abba Eban in an interview
step agenda to resolve the Middle guns pounding Israeli settlements 50 Phantom Jet fighters, sought by tions of the region themselves with the Jerusalem Post last
East deadlock was proposed by in the Jordan Valley and some of Israel, to that country "at the should reach.")
Fri-
da y.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban dur- the shells dropping on them were earliest possible time."
ing debate in the Knesset. Replying of American origin.
Ambassador Rabin said, in inter-
Brasco, who is author of a bill See No Differences in Principle
to a question from Mapam deputy
views published in the Hebrew
Rep. William S. Broomfield, authorizing the U .S. to sell the jets , Between U.S., Israel on
Reuben Arzi. Eban said the steps Michigan Republican, a member
dailies Haaretz and Davar, the
noted that the governm ent r e
t Middle East Peace
por-
should be negotiations, agreements,
of • the House Foreign Affairs
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — There same day, that the U.S. considers
edly is delaying the sale in order
conclusion of a treaty and imple-
the type of negotiations only a
Committee, urged the admini- "to spur Arab-Israel peace talks." are no differences in principle be- technicality.
mentation of it.
stration to halt immediately "It would be unrealistic to expect tween the United States and Israel
He said negotiations meant face-
shipment of artillery and muni- that the crushing defeat the Arabs on the question of a final settle-
to-face talks with the Arabs, with _ tions to Jordan. The Congress- suffered a year ago precludes any ment of the Middle East conflict.
the declared intention that the aim man said there was evidence of further flare-up of warfare," he The two countries differ only on
"irresponsible" use of American said. "The best deterrent is to methods by which a settlement can
of the talks was to bring about
CALL
peace. Agreements, he said, should
arms by Jordan. He said ship- maintain the military capability of be reached, Government officials
cover all the matters involved in ments should be suspended Israel so that she can defend her- said at a press conference here
"while the
matter is placed Nations
un-
the Nov. 22, 1967
United
Monday
night.
self against any
aggression.
der thorough review." He said
Security Council resolution on the
The subject was brought up in
In the nationwide telecast de-
Middle East, and they must in- the U.S. should not "permit .a
bate between presidential candi- questions relating to press inter-
situation in which American am-
elude agreement on an end to
dates Robert F. Kennedy and views given here by Israel's Am-
munition kills and maims Israeli
Arab belligerence.
Eugene McCarthy, both senators bassador to the United States, Maj.
farmers and villagers."
urged that the United States Gen. Itzhak Rabin. The government
Arab Youths Stone Police
The State Department said the honor its commitments to Israel.
officials said that the differences
in East Jerusalem Melee;
shipment was part of a "package
15751 W. 101/2 Mite
Partial Strike on W. Bank
McCarthy said that he thought between the U.S. and Israel must
deal" reached with Jordan, not re- America had "clear moral and be considered in perspective.
(JTA Correspondent at the
353-6750 or 862-0963
lated to any immediate military legal responsibilities in the Middle
United Nations)
The United States government
JERUSALEM — Arab youths situation but intended to maintain East and Israel." He acknowledged
stoned Israel police officers in East the security and stability of King that he believed the U.S. should
Jerusalem Wednesday morning. Hussein's regime.
work toward a moratorium on arms
Officials refused to divulge the shipments to the Middle East but
The fracas occurred outside the
types
of
arms
but
it
vas
reliably
Old City walls when police sought
he stressed that "we had to main-
to disperse an estimated 300 march- learned that they include 100 Pat- tain the military strength of Israel
ing demonstrators who were block- ton M-48 tanks, being shipped by against the Arab nations, and I've
ing traffic. Three policemen, one sea via the Jordanian port of said that we had at least to help
of them a senior officer, were in- Aqaba, and anti-tank weapons, them rebuild the strength that they
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We've
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A partial strike hit several West anti-aircraft equipment, part of means 50 jets, well I'm for 50
Bank towns Wednesday as Arabs which is being rushed to Jordan jets."
you can depend on us for the kind of
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U.S. obligations to Israel stemmed
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In
addition,
12
F-104
starfighter
War. But public services such as
from the fact that "we were one
buses and taxis were running nor- jet fighting planes have been "con- of the nations that wouldn't open
mally. Extra police and security signed" to Jordan for air defense. our doors to Jewish expellees and
forces patrolled the streets to Their delivery was described as refugees after the war and sug-
maintain order and protect non- "in process." Rep. Seymour Hal- gested• that the British take care
striking shopkeepers from hooli- pern said it would appear that of it in Palestine and then moved
9 MILE-COOLIDGE
gans. Almost all businesses were King Hussein's reward for refusal on from there to support in the
A. P. CENTER
to enter peace negotiations and UN the establishment of the State
closed in Nablus.
OPEN EVERY SUNDAY 10 TO 3
In Ramallah, some shops were
18—Friday, June 7, 1968
opened in the morning. Most
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
shops were closed in East Jeru-
salem, but street vendors were
selling bread and milk from im-
provised stands. Classes were
suspended for the day in several
West Bank schools.
The East Jerusalem clash devel-
oped when Arab youths, some car-
rying garlands, marched in the di-
rection of the Moslem Cemetery
for the finest intensive Hebrew and
outside the city walls. Police asked
Education at
the marchers to use the sidewalks
instead of the road which they
were blocking to traffic. They also
insisted that only the garland bear-
ers could continue the march to
the cemetery. At that point, some-
one hurled a stone, and the stoning
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Mayor Kollek acted after the
refusal of the former members
• Two Kindergarten Classes
of the municipal council in the
Morning Session
8:45-17:45
once Jordan-held area to join
Afternoon Session
12:30- 3:30
the Jerusalem municipal council.
The 39 muktars or neighborhood
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Enrichment Reading and Talent Education.
Most of Promised U.S. Weapons,
Munitions Now in Jordan;

Broomfield Urges Halt in Shipping
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WASHINGTON, (JTA)) — State
Deparixnent sources said Tuesday
For Futher Information
that most of the arms and muni-
tions which the United States
agreed last March to provide to
Jordan had already been delivered.
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548-8224
Officials insisted that the Israel

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