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October 15, 1971 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-15

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ask:- ultwe, Current-,-Eniiii.es 'Binding Ethiopians and braelis

By ELIA11111 SALPETER
(Copyright,- 1971; JTA Inc.)
:JERUSALEM= Fot the Ethio-
piani, the-oldest Christian kingdmn
on earth; their Jewish' past is both
alive and vital. It is the foundation

2 Soviet-MIGs
Enter'Israel
Air
- Space

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israeli
authorities have passed on to ap-
propriate American agencies full
details of Sunday's- flight by two
Soviet MIG-23s into Israel-control-
: led air space.
The data was said to include
the speed, altitude and flight path
of the supersonic jets.
It was the first flight by Soviet
planes within the perimeter con-
trolled by the Lydda Airport trat
fic control tower. Some military
sources here said that the penetra-
tion - constituted an adverse factor
against Israel in the Middle East
. power balance.
Sources here said the data con-
cerning the MIG-23 was of vital
importance to the U.S. inasmuch
as no American plane in serv-
ice or production can match the
speed and altitude capabilities
of the Soviet interceptor.
"There was no conceivable mili-
tary purpose for this very danger-
ous flight," one military source
said here. "It most likely was con-
nected with the political situation,
-
(Egyptian ..1president) Se-
ders, visit to MofiUw."

,

PaucoResigns
From GOP -Post

WA RING TO-N (JTA) - -Dr.
' Joseph Pauco, an - accused World
War II Nazi collaborator .bas- re-
signed from his post aneontroller
of the Republican National Corn-
, mittee's affiliated group, the Heri-
tage Gronp - Nationalities Connell. -
His resignation came tWo days
after a demand for his 'ouster was
made by the Bnai Brith's Anti‘De-
famation League, -
ADL Chairmin Seymour Gran-
bard cited Pauco's record as an
aide to Joseph_Tiso, Hitler's puppet
'ruler of occupied Stovalda, who
▪ was hanged :as a war criminal
after the war.
The resignation was accepted by
Laszlo Pasztor, head of the ethnic
council, and- was confirmed in an
exchange of letters between Dr.
- Pauco and pen. Robert Dole (R.
- Kan.) Republican National Com-
mittee chairman.
In Ms letter to Sen. Dole, dated

Oct. 6, Pauce said he had been
"cleared twice in _ similar cir-
cumstances" and that as a re-
suit he was admitted into the
U.S. and was able to become an
American citizen.
Pauco signed the letter as sec-
, retaiY-Of the Slovak League of
- America• whose - letterhead identi-
it as "a cultural and civic fed-
- eiation of Slovak Americans or-
ganized in 1807 in CleVeland,
After • noting, - that this "'kind
offer" of resignation has been ac-
cepted, wrote, -"Despite this,
it remains my earnest hope that
you will be - -able to piove that
thesa Charges against you are un-
founded."

of their: ancient -culture, it - was League country. In
, recent weeks,
their - official religion for several however, were has been a change
hundred years before they ac- for the better.
cepted Christianity and they con- -
Foreign observers give some
sider Israelis as-their` cloiest rela-
credit to Israeli police experts who
tives among -the nations.
have been advising their Ethiopian
For Israel;` -eqaallY, Ethiopia is colleagues in Eritrea for stemming
not merely an African country,-one the tide of terrorism.
of the many,With which joint tech-
The Arabs have divided among
nical assistance -programs --have
been developed; Ethiopia is a place themselves the various tasks of
aiding.
the Eritrean terrorists.
where sentiments-4f ancient-past
and of recent lustory—the emperor Sudan provides staging and retreat
bases,
hospitals
and recuperation
chose Jerusalem as his place of
refuge -when' the Italian invaded areas. South Yemen is the receiv-
ing
point
for
military
assistance
his peaceful land in a prelude to
their role in World War II—mingle from Communist countries, includ-
ing Red China, and the main train-
with current mutual interest. Since ing base.
the rise of bfuhanuned, the • Arab
Somalia serves as transit station
invaders have ,been Ethiopia's con-
for the arms shipments and also is
stant enemies.
a source of passports with which
Today, too, the menace is terrorist representatives travel in
alive, in the form of the Greater Europe.
Somalia movement and, more
Syria provides political- direc-
urgently, in the -terrorist activ-
tion and ideology, Damascus is
ities of the Eritrean Liberation
the headquarters of the Eritrean
Front. -
Front, while Libya, as usual,
The Eritrean- terrorists want to supplies the funds for Arab mis-
"liberate" the province of Eritrea chief making.
adjacent to the Red Sea, landlock
Egypt does its share by putting
Ethiopia's only maritime exit and the political pressure on those
attach it to Sudan, another Arab Arab states reluctant to meddle in

Ethiopia's internal affairs.
The Ethiopians are aware that
had it not been for Israel's victory
in- the June 1967 war, •Arab en-
croachments would have long ber-
come a serious menace to Ethio-
pia's independence and national
integrity.

*. friday;lkiiini . /5, 1971 - 17
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