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November 13, 1970 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-13

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Israel's Last Word on deGaulle
IRementhers the Good lie Did

Friday, Ibrombar 13, 1970-5

N 11111M.

Israeli Premier Ben-Gurion told- him of Scholars Invited to Apply
JERUSALEM (JTA)
offilcaldom expressed sorrow Wed- Israel's ambition to expand her for Foundation Grants
nesday over the death Monday borders.
NEW YORK (JTA)—The Mem-
night of former French President
"The majority of the Knesset orial Foundation for Jewish Cul-
Charles de Gaulle, who prior to never thought for a moment of ture has announced its seventh an-
the Six-Day War was a staunch expanding the borders," Ben-Gu- nual program of scholarship and
friend of the Jewish state.
rion wrote.
fellowship grants for the academic
In a message to President
The second error concerns year 1971-72.
Georges Pompidou, President Zal- Gen. de Gaulle's references to
The foundation invites university
man Shazar voiced "roy most sin- the "Tel Aviv government." students specializing in a Jewish
cere condolences" on the passing Ben-Gurion wrote him that "The field on the doctoral level to apply
of "one of the greatest statesmen Israeli government sits In Jeru- for scholarship grants, and other
of our century," continuing:
salem, and I never beard any persons qualified to carry out in-
"For us, he will forever remain French minister or army say dependent projects in the same
field to apply for fellowship grants.
the eternal symbol of the resist- that it has to sit in Tel Aviv."
ance of civilized man to the bar-
Before June 1967, Gen. de Gaulle
Applications must be submitted
baric oppression of the Nazi supplied Israel with sophisticated before the end of December to the
hordes. At the darkest moments aircraft and other arms, as well Memorial Foundation, 215 Park,
of that persecution, the Jews of as a wide range of modern equip- New York, N.Y. 10003. Last year,
the entire world saw in him a liv- ment. Then he suddenly advised the foundation granted 114 schol-
ing ray of hope. The people of Israel not to strike at the massed arships to doctoral students and
Israel will never forget his actions Arab armies—at a time when he 74 fellowships to scholars and
and his work on the threshold of saw himself as the leader of the writers for individual projects.
WE WILL LOAN YOU A
HEARING AID WHILE
our national independence."
"third world" and was trying to
YOURS IS BEING REPAIRED
bring
the
Arabs
into
it.
Premier Golda Meir wrote to
HEARING AIDS
on
French
He
also
had
an
eye
#
French Premier Jacques Cha-
ban-Delmas that "Israel and her influence in North Africa and the
Wife
Gives
people will always cherish the rest of the Arab world. After the
Me Orders!
memory of the illustrious sol- Six-Day War, Gen. de Gaulle
dier who restored to the French caused much bitterness in Jewish
My kids give me orders and
people its honor and liberty in circles with a comment about
my mother-in-law gives me
the struggle against the Nazi "Jewish arrogance."
orders. For the best in ad-
tyranny."
The general, as president of
vertising why don't you give
Former Israeli Premier David France, subsequently suspended
TEL TWELVE OPTIC:4 'If VI I.
me your order? Call
Ben-Gurion said that Gen. de the deal for 50 Mirage jets for
Murry Koblin Adv.
353-1166
Gaulle was "never an enemy of which Israel had already paid
548-5600
FOtiPGC ,0:4L
Israel" and that "All the Jewish $50,000,000 and then imposed a
press very much exaggerated his complete embargo on arms to Is-
682-1113
supposed hostility to Israel and rael. French diplomacy since then
has taken on an anti-Israel colora-
to Jews."
The Israeli press praised the tion.
Frenchman's attitude toward Jews
In a confidential interview Feb.
and Israel up to the Six-Day War. 14, 1969, with correspondent C.
One Israeli newspaper carried a L. Sulzberger, published in Wed-
cartoon showing de Gaulle with nesday's New York Times, Gen.
the inscription 1890-1967. The date, de Gaulle said: "You (the U.S.)
1967, was seen as a reference to were against France and Israel in
the time some Israelis feel de 1956 at the time of the Suez inva-
Gaulle died for them.
sion for reasons that are just the
(In New York, Foreign Minister contrary of our differences now.
Abba Eban cabeled condolences Now the United States is with Is-
to his French counterpart, Mau- rael, which wishes to take the
rice Schumann, and to Mrs. Suez Canal. The United States has
changed its policy—and so has
Yvonne de Gaulle.)
France. We agree that Israel
Ben-Gurion, who was to attend should exist and should be a state
a memorial service in Paris Thurs- —but not in an exaggerated way.
day with President Shazar and The situation in the Middle East
Ambassador Asher Ben Natan, is not good today, and it is not
had just sent a letter to Gen. de soluble along the lines Israel
Gaulle in which he noted two wishes. On this subject, perhaps
errors in the Frenchman's just- Nixon can draw closer to our
published fourth volume of memor- policy."
ies. The first concerss Gen de
After explaining that France
Gaulle's contention that in 1968
was neutral in the Mid East,
President de Gaulle said, "In
1967 I told Israel not to attack.
I also told the same to the
Arabs. We told both sides that
we would hold either one re-
sponsible if it attacked the
Impressive bottle ...
individually registered
other."
at the distillery.
Lebanese Premier Saeb Salam
Impressive taste ...
said Wednesday that "The Arabs
supremely mellow,
richly rewarding.
have lost a great friend and a
firm supporter of their cause."
King Hussein of Jordan wrote
;501
President Pompidou that the gen-
eral had understood "the just
BLENDED CANADIAN WHISKY, IMPORTED BY ASSOCIATED IMPORTERS,
BOTTLED IN U.S.A. BY GOODERHAM & WORTS, PEORIA, ILL EIGHTY PROOF
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