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June 14, 1968 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-14

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No Progress Toward Peace on Six-Day War Anniversary

more
speeches."
United Nations observers. arrived what it was. The youngster re-
(On Monday the Guardian re- in New York Monday night for moved the pencil-shaped timer and
clients.
ported in a dispatch from Beirut consultations with Secretary-Gen- discarded the explosive charge.
that Arab leaders are "adrift" on eral U Thant. While UN officials Later the timing device exploded,
a popular tide of discontent and and Gen. Bull himself continue to slightly injuring his face.
1: - Need
identification with guerrillas which regard him as head of the UN
Two Israeli field workers were
would make it difficult, if not im- Truce Supervision Organization, injured and hospitalized when Jor-
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possible, for them to enter into Israel no longer recognizes the danian guns opened fire on a group
serious peace talks with Israel. existence of that body nor the 1949
call. MURRY
According to the Guardian, King armistice agreements on which it of Israelis tending crops in a field
KOBLIN
north
of
Shaar
Hagolan.
Hussein of Jordan is virtually help- was based.
548-5600
less and the radical Baathist re-
The UN Secretariat and a num-
gime in Syria is digging trenches ber of the Security Council powers, THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 14, 1968-5
as far north as Aleppo and calling including the United States, would
for the immediate unity of "pro- like to see the cease-fire observa-
gressive" Arab countries on the tion arrangements now in force
Palestine issue.
along the Suez Canal extended the
In Egypt the Guardian s aid entire length of the Jordan-Israel
"President Nasser would no doubt cease-fire line—the scene of con-
gratefully accept, in the interests tinuing serious cease-fire viola-
of a peaceful settlement, some se- tions.
...has a better idea
mantic device thought up by diplo- Arab Infiltrators Killed
mats in New York and elsewhere in Clash With Israelis
Because
they have
which appeared to save Arab
TEL
AVIV
(JTA)

Three
honor. But he cannot possibly be
sure the Arab people would accept Arab marauders were killed Sun-
it, which makes it doubtful whether day in a fierce clash with an Is-
at
Nassar would in the event of a raeli border patrol in the Jordan
serious Israeli response, carry his Valley about six miles north of
peace offensive to a logical con- the Damiyah Bridge. The patrol
intercepted the guerrilla band
clusion.")
14240 W. 7 Mile Road at the Lodge X-Way
The Washington Post asserted in which was apparently on a sabo-
an editorial that "so little has been tage mission. The Israelis seized a
DI 1-3800
done in the way of peace-making quantity of Russian-made Kalatch-
nikoff
assault
rifles
and
sabotage
in the last 12 months that the
slightest spark could bring them evacuation of the nearby village of
(Arabs and Israelis) back to war." Israeli casualties were reported.
fuss
An unused munitions dump on a
Such a war, the Post warned,
beach
south
of
Tel
Aviv
blew
up
"might not be as easy a war for
Father's
Israel to win or as easy a war for Sunday afternoon forcing the
the United States and the Soviet evacuation of the Nearby village of
Ben Zakkai and other security
pamper him if you must ... but
Union to stay out."
New York Times correspondent measures, but no casualties were
do it right with a gift from us.
Drew Middleton reported from reported.
The dump contained war booty
Tripoli, Libya, that in nine Arab
SLACKS
countries he just visited from the captured last June but discarded
g••••••••••••••••••••••s Atlantic
to the Persian Gulf, "the by the army. The explosion was at-
• shock and humiliation that swept tributed to a fire that broke out in

••
Shandels
SHIRTS
/ •
the Arab world after Israel's vic- an adjacent field and was spread
tory last June have been replaced by wind. An investigation when the
by an almost desperate desire flames subsided yielded no evi-
PAJAMAS
for strength, solidarity and, dence of sabotage.
above all, revenge."
A mining incident in which

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•• duced a corresponding determina- several West Bank towns created
AFTER-5
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BEADED
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Lt.-Gen. Odd Bull, chief of the

NEW YORK (JTA) — Lead-
ing newspapers here and abroad
noted the first anniversary of the
Six-Day War and warned that
peace in the Middle East seems
further away than ever, and the
possibility of a new outbreak of
war has increased.
The New York Times, in an edi-
torial, called on the United States
to "do more to discourage Israel
from words and deeds that tend to
thwart Ambassador Jarring's mis-
sion" and on the Soviet Union tp
adopt "a far more restrained and
conciliatory" policy in the Middle
East.
The Times noted that both the
U.S. and the Soviet Union sup-
ported the Security Council's
Nov. 22, 1967 resolution on the
Middle East. But while "the
United States has cooperated
fully with the United Nations
peace effort ... the Russians, in
contrast, have directly promoted
rab intransigence by pumping
..cessive arms into the Arab
`aces and by encouraging un-
`easonable Arab demands."
(In London, the Guardian
warned that time is against Israel,
and the "immeasurably greater se-
curity" that Isreal has gained by
its new boundaries is cffset by a
_`harvest of hate that far exceeds
the bitterness before." The paper
said that "with much of the exu-
berance of victory drained away,
Israelis may well ask themselves,
was it worth it? The forces they
destroyed have been virtually re-
built, and Nasser for one has
has learned that military effici-
ency is more important than

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