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February 28, 1969 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-28

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22—Friday, February 28, 1969


Welcome Resumption of Jarring Mission

the same message to the United
Eban said the message was a
response to Egyptian statements
that the Arabs might agree to a
political settlement with Israel
without tying the hands of the guer-
rilla organizations which would be
free to continue their activities. He
said such an arrangement would
be tantamount to making peace
without including the enemy's
armored or air forces in the agree-
The terrorist organizations, he
said, were one of the arms with
which the Arab governments con-
tinue to wage war against Israel.
The foreign minister said the
world should view Monday's air
raid on terrorist bases in Syria as
it might have regarded raids dur-
ing World War II on Nazi SS (Elite
Corps) training bases or on per-
sons training for duty in Nazi death
camps. He said the terrorists op-
pose peace, freedom and a Jew-
ish state and favor murder, vio-
lence and dictatorship. He noted
that they even oppose regimes of
some of the Arab states.
British Prime Minister Harold
Wilson told the House of Commons
that Britain did not plan to seek
a meeting of the four permanent
members of the United Nations
Security Council to discuss meas-
ures for implementing the Security
Council's Nov. 22, 1967 resolution
on the Middle East.
Rabin Says Big 4 Talks
Have Achieved 'Practically
Nothing'; Expects No War
NEW YORK (JTA) — Although
preliminary discussions on the Mid-
dle East among the Big Four pow-
ers have been in progress at the
United Nations for less than a
month, Israel's ambassador to the
NEW YORK (JTA) — The Ford United States, Gen. Yitzhak Rabin,
Foundation has granted $54,500 to dismissed them as having achieved
the Synagogue Council of America "practically nothing." Gen. Rabin,
for a program that will bring interviewed on "Face the Nation,"
Negro and Jewish clergymen to- a CBS television program, declared
gether to discuss religious and rac- that peace could be achieved only
ial tensions in New York City. by agreement between the parties
The program will be sponsored concerned, adding that the major
jointly by the Synagogue Council, powers could play a role if it was
representative body of Conserva- to support an agreement reached
Live Reform and Orthodox rabbis through negotiations between Is-
and synagogue organizations, and rael and its Arab neighbors. So
the Interfaith Citywide Coordinat- far, Gen. Rabin said, the Big Four
ing Committee Against Poverty, an have not been able to agree on a
organization of black and white common declaration supporting the
clergymen involved in anti-poverty mission of United Nations special
Mideast envoy, Dr. Gunnar V.
and community action programs.
According to Rabbi Jacob P.
Gen. Rabin said that while there
Rudin, president of the Synagogue
Council, the program is the out- was tension in the Mid East, there
no immediate danger of a
growth of a Dec. 5 meeting at
which 250 rabbis and Negro clergy- resumption of all-out war. He said
men met to discuss community war would come only if the Egyp-
tensions growing out of last fall's tians thought they were strong
enough to successfully challenge
New York City teachers' strike.
Israel or if the Russians thought
The strike pitted the predominantly the Egyptians were. He accused
United Federati6n
of Teach-
tal school
Soviet Union of seeking tur-
ers against the largely Negro the., not peace, in order to ad-
Ocean Hill-Brownsville experimen- moil, its political interests.

—Diplomatic circles here and in
Jerusalem welcomed the coming
resumption in the Middle East of
United Nations special envoy Dr.
Gunnar V. Tarring's peace mission.
Some Israelis viewed his imminent
return to Cyprus to renew the
mission that he suspended late last
year as indicative that no sub-
stantial progress has been achieved
in bilateral talks among the Big
Four at United Nations headquar-
ters. Secretary-General U Thant's
special representative was expect-
ed to return via his home in Swe-
den to his Nicosia headquarters
Tuesday and to visit Jerusalem.
Cairo and Jordan in an effort to
bring the contending parties to-
gether on a settlement and tamp
down the escalating Mid East vio-
The decision to send Dr. Jarring
on another circuit of the capitals
was made despite a reported lack
of progress in conversation among
the United States, French, Russian
and British envoys aimed at seek-
ing an accord that would strength.
en his mission.
Dr. Jarring was informed by
Israel late last month that any
settlement reached with the
Arabs must include a halt to ter-
rorist activities, Foreign Minis-
ter Abba Eban disclosed in the
Knesset Tuesday.
Eban said that the message was
conveyed by a special emissary to
Dr. Jarring who was in Copenhagen
at the time. Israel also delivered

Ford Fund Assists
NY Black-Jewish
Clergy Dialogue

Annenberg Named Bonn Is Relieved: Cairo Satisfied
Germany Has No Deals With Israel

Envoy to Britain
"(Direct JTA Teletype Wire

Nixon has appointed Walter H.
Annenberg ambassador to Bri-
tain. The 60-year-old publisher,
who has had no previous diploma-
tic experience, was expected to go
to his post, after Senate confirma-



ion, upon Nixon's return from his
European trip. The ambassador-
designate is president of Triangle
Publications, Inc., of Philadelphia,
including the Philadelphia In-
quirer, the Philadelphia Daily
News and the Daily Racing
Form. Inquirer editorials have
been pro-Israel. Annenberg is one
of the country's most generous
contributors to the United Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.

`Schwester' Selma,
Florence Nightingale
of Israel, Turns 85

JERUSALEM — Shaare Zedek
Hospital's head nurse "Schwester"
Selma's 85th birthday was publicly
celebrated recently• at a festive
evening honoring this white-haired
matron who came to Israel over 50
years ago and whose life has been
a story of dedication to the sick.
Within the past year alone,
"Schwester" (Sister) Selma has
been recipient of many tributes.
The National Association of Nurses
in Israel presented her with Ahuva
Degnai Rabinowitz Award for her
untiring devotion over and above
the call of duty . . . She was hon-
ored as one of Jerusalem's fore-
most citizens in a special ceremony
when President Zalman Shazar and
Mayor Teddy Kollek awarded her a
tribute of honor.
Selma Mayer arrived in Jerusa-
lem from modern Hamburg in 1916.
Dr. Moshe Wallach also came
from Germany, at the turn of the
century, to open the Shaare Zedek
Hospital in 1902. Conditions were
primitive at that time, and Jeru-
salem was without electricity or
piped water. At night, Schwester
Selma accompanied Dr. Wallach
on his visits to patients who were
too sick to be moved to the hospi-
Even surgery was performed by
the light of paraffin lamps, and
Schwester Selma, as the only quali-
fied nurse in the hospital, assisted
the surgeons in their work. Only
poor perons were admitted to the
hospital, and as the number of
patients grew from year to year
Schwester Selma selected from her
helpers one or two of the most de-
voted and talented girls and taught
them to bandage and give injec-
The Shaare Zedek Nursing School
for state-registered nurses was
opened in 1936 under the guidance
of Schwester Selma. By her per-
sonal example she has made the
"Shaare Zedek Nurse" a byword of
efficiency and dedication.
Schwester Selma's complete dis-
regard- of "working hours" and her
unmatched devotion to the patients
has not left her time to marry and
set up a family. Instead she adopt-
ed three baby girls, bringing them
up, educating them and providing
for all their needs.

to The Jewish News)

BONN—The West German For-
eign Ministry welcomed Tuesday
a report in the semiofficial Cairo
newspaper Al Abram which said
that West Germany was not de-
livering arms to Israel and had not
done so since 1965.
The report was written by the
paper's editor, Hassan Heikal, a
confidant of Egyptian President
Gamal Abdel Nasser.
The foreign ministry statement
said the report was proof that the
federal government had pursued a
correct policy in the Middle East
and that this was now acknowl-
edged by Egypt. The ministry's
statement was seen as a further
development toward improved re-
lations between the Federal Re-
public and the Arab states. It was
believed to have an overture for
the resumption of diplomatic rela-
tions which Cairo severed when
West Germany recognized Israel
three years ago.

McGeorge Bundy, pres id
en t o f
Poet Leivick's Widow
the Ford Foun-
dation, described
Refuses to Let Theater
the Synagogue
Council's pro-
in Warsaw Do `Golem'
gram as "both
NEW YORK (JTA) — The widow
constructive and
of a Yiddish playwright and poet
encouraging" and
has refused permission to the Yid-
said that the
dish State Theater of Warsaw to
foundation was
perform a work of her late hus-
"glad to assist it
band's because of "the insults that
as we have a
i t the Jews must endure at the bands
number of other
of the Polish government."
interracial a n d
The Yiddish State Theater is
interfaith efforts
sponsored by the Warsaw govern-
to reduce racial
ment. Until last year it was headed
tensions and build mutual re-
by Mrs. Ida Kaminska, who left
Rabbi Henry Siegman, executive Poland because of the official anti-
vice president of the Synagogue
Mrs. Sarah Leivick Silverberg,
Council, disclosed that a series of
planning sessions have already widow of the late H. Leivick, said
been held in Manhattan, Brook- she had received a request from
lyn and Queens. Rabbi Siegman Michael Rushinek, theater manag-
said that the funds will make it ing director, for permission to per-
possible for Synagogue Council form "The Golem" and an offer of
staff involved in the New York payment.
She said she replied to Rushinek,
project to be available for con-
A quarter of a million babies
sultations with Jewish religious "I cannot give permission to pro-
leaders in other communities fac- duce a play which was created are born in the U.S. every year
significant defects, according
ing similar
to the March of Dimes.

(Former Deputy Defense Minis-
ter Shimon Peres said in Tel Aviv
recently that according to Arab
sources West Germany had sup-
plied Israel with $350,000,000 in
arms. Peres neither confirmed or
denied the allegation. He stressed,
however, that West German auth-
orities maintained a friendly atti-

tude toward Israel.)

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