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May 29, 1970 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-29

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Nixon Administration Said Eying Jet Request With Urgency

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jeopardized and that if steps were
taken that might upset the present
balance of power the President
would not hesitate to reconsider
the matter. "I need not say that I
attach great importance to these
statements," Mrs. Meir declared.
Political circles here believe the
United States will act to restore

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 29, 1970-5

the military balance in the Middle that "we cannot afford to let our
Senator Murphy spoke at the
East in a manner satisfactory to friends down anywhere in the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel at a dinner
Israel but without publicity and
apparently without a public warn- world, and Israel is one of our of the American Jewish Commit-
WHEN YOU 1 ) ‘ . 4 - A COCK MI.
best friends."
tee's publishers and distributors
ing to the Soviet Union. Foreign
Senator Murphy observed that division honoring Frederick A.
Minister Abba Eban told newsmen
on his return from the U.S. Sunday with Soviet pilots manning Egyp- Klein, president of MacFadden-
night that Israel's request for more tian war planes, "the balance of Bartell Corp., who received the
American Phantom jets was being military power is tipping over in AJ Committee's human relations
considered "with urgency" by the favor of the Arabs."
award.
Nixon administration.
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Eban said President Nixon ex-
pressed concern over Israel's se- 0
curity in their talk in Washington
last week. He said he had stressed
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to the President and to Secretary
our foreign friends in their own of State Rogers that it was a
0
vital to maintain the balance of
defense . . . '
"The night you announced that power in the Mid East in order
American troops were crossing the to avoid a new war. He said his
border into Cambodia, you spoke talks with American leaders cen- 13
of the firmness displayed by tered on Egypt's repudiation of the
President John F. Kennedy, a firm- 1967 cease-fire agreement and the
ness backed by the entire nation, increasing involvement of Soviet
tl
when the Soviet Union attempted military personnel in Egypt. The
foreign minister said his talks in
to place missiles in Cuba.'
"It may well be that we now London on his way home were
face in the Middle East a Soviet along similar lines. He said that
thrust that is equally ominous and on his visit to Canada he found
strong public support for Israel.
provocative.
The new Soviet intervention in British Council of Churchet
the Middle East may well stem to Hold Intercession
0
13
from al combination of Soviet mis- for Peace in Middle East
LONDON (JTA) — The British
interpretations, not only of the na-
THE
R
SE
OF
AMERICAN
THE PLEDGE
tional debate over the Indo-China Council of Churches will hold a
by Leonard Slater
war, but of the administration's service of intercession for peace 0 JEWISH LITERATURE:
O
decision to withhold the sale of the in the Middle East in St. Paul's
On July 1, 1945, on a sweltering summer day, a
An Anthology of Selections from the Major Novels
Cathedral May 31. Similar serv-
jets Israel has requested.
edited
visitor
to
New
by
Charles
Angoff
York
spoke
with
fervor
and
pas-
and
Meyer
Levin
"So we urge that you make ices were held here in Westmins-
sion to nineteen American businessmen in the
available to Israel the aircraft she ter Abbey after the Six-Day War 8 The first anthology to present and assess the
living room of an East 57th Street duplex. The
needs. We also urge that you take and in Southwark Cathedral last
man was David Ben-Gurion: the audience were
enormous
significance
of
the
Jewish
contribution
year.
Representing
the
Anglicans
whatever steps are appropriate to
wealthy and powerful American Jews; the subject
to American fiction—a contribution whch unites
was the arming of Israel—then still the British
demonstrate both our willingness will be the Bishop of London, the
a stunning variety of talent, as seen in these
Protectorate of Palestine—for the war of inde-
to work for peace in the Middle Dean of St. Paul's, the Archbishop
pendence to come. The result was the creation 0
twenty-two selections from the important novels
East and the firmness of our sup- of Jerusalem and the General Sec-
of a vast network of arms smuggling that in-
port for Israel and for those mod- retary of the British Council of
of the major Jewish writers in the United States.
volved hundreds of Americans from every walk
erate
Arab governments also Churches. Roman Catholics will be
of life—millionaires and rabbinical students, long-
In their Editors' Introduction, Angoff and Levin,
threatened by the Soviet expan- represented by the rector of St.
shoremen and scrap merchants, mafiosi and ex-
Emonds College, the Superior of • both outstanding novelists in their own right,
sion.
servicemen--a
secret epic that turned idealists
analyze and elaborate upon the immigrant back-
"We urge you to consult with the White Fathers and the acting
into adventurers, profiteers into idealists, chem-
ground, alienation and Americanization of the
NATO and other allies in an at- commissary of the Holy Land. Also
ists and engineers into arms manufacturers. The
story of this incredible and dramatic race against
tempt to restore a cease fire as a participating will be the Free O Jewish community in this country. Each selection
time—to provide a state not yet born with an
first step toward a stable peace Churches and the Eastern
is placed logically within this perspective: The
Churches.
army that was still illegal—is told in one of the
in the Middle East.
Rise of David Levinsky, by Abraham Cahan, por-
most
suspenseful works of history ever to be
Sen.
Murphy
Asks
U.
S.
"These steps would demonstrate
trays the lost feeling that permeated the lives
published. It was an epic that contained hero-
to the Soviet Union that we shall to Sell Planes to Israel
O of the immigrants; the sons of the ghetto are
ism, farce, endless contradictions: the Israeli air
NEW
YORK
(JTA)

The
se-
not abdicate our responsibilities in
force was supplied with German Messerschmitt
the focus of Jerome Weidman's "I Can Get It
the Middle East, as well as our curity of the United States is
fighter planes bought with American money from
for You Wholesale" and Budd Schulberg's classic
threatened by the Russian presence
earnest desire for peace."
Communist Czechoslovakia and flown by Jewish
in Egypt, Senator George L. Mur- ▪ "What Makes Sammy Run"; a sense of social
pilots; the American Government found that the
phy declared Tuesday night, add-
identity even without religion or nationalism is
Jews had bought a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier
Medicare Deduction ing that Israel "is fighting our bat-
from under their very noses, despite a stringent
the topic of Levin's "The Old Bunch." The mod-
tles in the crucial cockpit of the
embargo on arms. Somehow, a dedicated band of
Explained by Test
ern phase includes the acculturated and assimi-
Middle East."
conspirators managed to create an armed force
O
ci lated intellectuals depicted by Saul Bellow, Bern-
Medicare beneficiaries who had
from nothing, supplying every item that Ben-
"The United States must recon-
Gurion requested, from tanks and rifles and fac-
ard Malamud and Philip Roth.
doctor bills in the last three months sider its decision on selling more
tories
and
pilots
to
Hebrew
typewriters,
socks,
of 1969 that counted toward their jet aircraft to Israel," the Cali-
brassieres for women soldiers, and Waring blend-
$50 doctor bill insurance deductible fornia Republican said, asserting 1:1 Other authors included are Norman Mailer, Irwin
Shaw, Herman Wouk, Bruce Jay Friedman, Ed-
ers (to dispose of secret documents). The Pledge 0
may now count these same bills
is the triumphant and deeply moving story of
ward Lewis Wallant, Herbert Gold, Wallace Mark-
toward their dedubtible for this
their struggle and their success, a story that has
field and Chaim Potok.
year, according to Sam F. Test.
never been told before.
Social Security district manager
of the Detroit-Northwest Office.
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