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January 01, 1971 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-01

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Knesset Approves Return to Jarring Talks

Israel's Knesset voted over- pects, it might have serious conse-
whelmingly to approve the unani- quences for her security. Thirdly,
mous decision of the cabinet to re- foreign governments, whose opin-
turn to the Jarring talks.
ions we value have urged us to
Premier Golds Meir presented explore every possibility of peace."
to the Knesset her cabinet's de-
Eban addressed the opening
cision. Only a minute fraction of
Knesset members representing the meeting of the National Conference
opposition disapproves of the stand of the Israeli Branch of the Unit-
taken by the Israel government.
ed Synagogue, the main congrega-
While Mrs. Meir was pessimistic tional body of British Jewry. He
about results of the planned re- said the basic subject of discus-
sumed talks, there is generally a sion at the Jarring talks would be
feeling of relief over the decision, "not only Israel's right to exist
and there is a lessening of ten- but to exist within secure borders
sions created by the Middle East and not to be subjected to war
conflict.
every 10 years."
At a press conference in Wash-
(Egyptian government spokes-
ington last week, Secretary of man
Munir Hafez said in Cairo
State William P. Rogers expressed
night that Egypt hoped
the view that the Middle East Monday
the
Israeli
decision to rejoin the
problems may be solved in 1971. Jarring talks
"is a sincere effort
Calling the situation "very sensi- and not just play
acting." He add-
tive," Rogers said the U. S. is ed that the resumption
of talks
doing all it can to secure resump-
tion of negotiations.
He said there were useful ex-
Gift & Fruit
changes with King Hussein.
Baikets
Expressing approval of an inter-
national peace force, he conceded
Crier Wm! Preen
that it should be established only
with the approval of both parties.
(Israel opposes the setting up of
FARM VALLEY GARDENS
such a UN force on its borders).
Foreign Minister Abbe Than
PR 2-4350
said Monday night that Israel
World•Wide Delivery
was returning to the Jarring
talks "without any certainty that
peace will really be achieved."
He said there were three impor-
tant considerations that overrode
the - general pessimism.
"Firstly, it is important to dem-
onstrate Israel's desire for peace.
"Secondly, if Israel does not make
this attempt to explore peace pros-

Rodnick Bros.

Head NY Jewish Appeal

NEW YORK <JTA) — Two of
New York's most influential phil-
anthropic leaders, Meshulam Elic-
its and Laurence A. Tisch, will
serve as general chairmen of the
9150,000,000 campaign projected
by the United Jewish Appeal of
Greater New York during 1971, ac-
cording to Morris L. Levinson, pre-
sident of the organization.

must be followed by concrete steps
toward peace. "We hope this is
not a maneuver by Israel to per-
petuate the cease fire," Hafez
said.)
The London Daily Telegraph
said in an editorial Tuesday that
Israel's return to the Jarring talks
was a gamble that the country was
forced by common sense to take.
According to the Telegraph, Israel
would have been justified in boy-
cotting the talks until Egyptian
cease fire violations were recti-
fied.

OFFICIAL C2 AGENCY

OMEGA

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you've got money put away," sparkles
winsome Mattie at her tellers window in
our Livernois - 7 Mile Rd. branch.
"I ought to know. I've got a savings account
here myself. And so does my

son."

encouraging her customers to save
regularly. Because it's good for them.
If you like knowing that someone
cares about your financial well-being, come
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lishment and was shelved.
Labor Minister Yosef Almogi
has disclosed plans to recruit
42,000 11th and 12th grade high
school pupils to replace industrial
workers if Israel becomes involved
in an all-out Middle East war.
Almogi said that his plan would
allow some 2,800 industrial enter-
prises to continue to function in a
national emergency.

PACKER • PONTIAC

AUTHORIZED
SALES. & SERVICE

Mollie takes particular pride in

CRUISEWEAR
pasts,

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A plan
to draft Orthodox girls of military
age for auxiliary health services,
was announced by Health Minister
Victor Shemtov in the Knesset.
Orthodox girls are exempted
from military service and related
duties if they object to it on re-
ligious grounds. A similar plan
offered 1.5 years ago prompted an
outcry from the religious estab-

MILT LEVIN
Call 863-9300

Happy
New Year

RED STOTSKY
Call 863-9300

18650 LIVERNOIS, SOUTH OF SEVEN

Mattie Logan
takes a personal interest
in your higher i terests.

husband and

Chap in
• SunvIn's
• Sank.
Amerleard
• Master,
Charge

Orthodox Girls Face Draft for Auxiliary Services

THE FIRST WATCH ON THE MOON

Certified Master Watchmaker
and Jeweler

Friday, Jesseary 1, 1971-3

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

smile a whole lot more.



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