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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-16

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U.S. to Sell 4 Squadrons of Jets and Help Israel Prodtice Own Fighter

pleted in December and the ing signed in November 1971 asked nor hinted That Israel tive activities and develop- Meir did not conceal her
under which the 'U.S. agreed should change its attitude: ment.
emotions. Tears ran down
A4s next June.
The premier was greeted
The latest agreement calls to provide technical and
Mrs . Meir stressed that her face as she accepted it.
She received a prolonged
for production help to be manufacturing assistance for at Lod Airport by Cabinet one of her greatest concerns
and Knesset members, senior was assimilation. "It will. be standing ovation when she
provided for the Israeli Super Israel's arms industry.
army officers and her family. a disaster, now that we have was introduced and an even
Mirage, an advanced design Golda Returns Home,
Returning aboard the same a sovereign Jewish state, if longer one when she finish-
based on the French Mirage Says There Is No Change
plane was Ambassador Itz- we lose part of the young ed her remarks.
fighter series. Both that in U.S. Friendship
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Pre- hak Rabin, who terminated Jewish generation," she said.
plane and the F4 are pow-
For nearly 10 minutes the
ered by the General Electric mier Golda Meir returned to his duties in Washington last
The degree was presented audience and Mrs. Meir
J79 jet engine. The Super Israel Sunday after a 13-day Friday.
to the premier by Dr. Sam- stood, clapped rhythmically
'Mrs. Meir said Israel was uel Belkin, president of and sang, "Am Yisroel Hai"
Mirage is not expected to visit to the United States and
go into regular production assured her countrymen that not opposed to any American Yeshiva University. Mrs. —the nation of Israel lives.
for about two more years, at there has been no change in peace initiative and wel-
a rate of one to two planes the American policy of corned any action that might THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 16, 1973-17
friendship and support for promote the possibility of
a month.
peace. "What we opposed,"
The agreement to help set Israel.
She said that, regretably, she said, "was one thing—
up production facilities was
SPECIALIST
Foreign Car Service
said to be the first major there has been no change in that there shall be no foreign
IN
VOLKSWAGEN
project approved under a the Arab position but that factor, that instead of con-
AND
memorandum of understand , U.S. officials had neither elusions and agreements we
PORSCHE CARS
have to reach with our neigh-
bors, it will face us with
accomplished facts, either in
agreement with our neigh-
bors or with other factors,
and then exert pressure on
us to accept it. On that last
JERUSALEM (JTA)—Dep- [ Eban said "A majority of I with the Arab countries, possibility, I found no sign
x;1018 W. 9 Mile Rd. FERNDALE, Between Livernois
uty Premier Yigal Allan is 1 us" feel that some territorial brought about the visit to in America. As to an initia-
& Pinehutst
Alfons G. Rehme
MICH.
planning to suggest that Is-1 compromises are in order but Washing s Ln of Egyptian Pres- tive to promote peace, Am-
raei seek a separate peace there is-a strong feeling that ident Anwar Sadat's personal erica wants things to start
settlement w - i t h Jordanian the peace settlement should envoy, Hafez Ismail, and may moving,"
"She said, "I brought up
King Hussein When the Labor not "re-establish the situation also have contributed to the
Party resumes its debate on that led to war in the first departure of Soviet advisers the question of - Russian
the future of the administered place." His remark was an and military personnel from Jewry in almost every talk
I had in the U.S. and I
territories, it was reported allusion to the Golan Heights .Egypt.
proudly announces
and Arab demands for a di-
in the newspaper Haaretz.
Dinitz said. however, in found a great understanding
Anon ap-parently has been vision of sovereignty in Je- reply to questions. that Israel of the problem among my
must he watchful of Ameri- listeners."
talking privately to his close rusalem.
The sources said it was can contacts with the Middle
- Rabin refused to comment
friends about raising such a
highly
unlikely
that
Nixon
East
countries
and
with
the
on
his
political future. How-
the
to
proposal. According
deputy prime minister, the would give Kissinger such Soviet Union to make sure ever, he had great praise
chances el •getting. a settle- instructions without notifying that efforts by the Great for Mrs. Meir. He said there
Powers to create an "ideal could have been no better
ment with Jordan are far Israel beforehand.
Foreign M i n i s t e r Abba world" are not achieved at conclusion to his tour in
better than of securing –an
arrangement with Egypt, Eban said that Israel's inter-' the expense of Israel's peace, - Washington • than her visit
there.
i
and independence.
Moreover, he thinks that. Is- national strategy has been security
He noted that American
"vindicated"
_because
it
has
In
Chicago,
Dr.
Nahum
rael should exploit any op-
portunity of denting Arab op- tried to show the Arabs that Golcimann, president of the Jewry had demonstrated its
position to negotiations, negotiations are the o n 1 y World Jewish Congress, said deep affection for the prem-
fruitful way of reaching a I Sunday night that he is more ier and its affinity for Israel
Haaretz said.
ibility in the warm receptions ac-
Allon was said to 'feel that modus vivendi in the Middle optimistic over the posa -
East.

of
peace
in
the
Middle
East
corded
Mrs. Meir wherever
Palestinian representatives
Israel will continue to try than at any time since Israel she went.
on the West Bank are more
"Life Insurance Counselor"
Mrs. Meir received an
receptive to a peace arrange- to "close the options" of the achieved statehood 25 years
honorary degree-of doctor of
is our
ment with Israel. Were Is- Arabs in order to bring them ago-
He told the Zionist Organi- humane letters from Yeshi-
rael to forge a settlement to the peace table, he said at
with Jordan, these represent- a •meeting with students at zation of America's Chicago va University March 77 and
atives would be inclined to Hebrew Union College here. region at the Pick-Congress was visibly - overwhelmed by
subscribe to it, Allon be-
Eban said that
t
King Hus- Hotel that the main reason the welcome she received.
Aetna Life Insurance Company
lieves.
sein of Jordan would do bet- for this outlook is that the Speaking in Hebrew to an
Aetna Variable Annuity
mostly
defeats
suffered
by
the
Arabs
audience
of
2,000,
Alion's suggestion has ap- ter to bring his proposals to
Lite insurance Company
in 1948, 1956 and 1967, in ad- young people, she told the
parently been given impetus the peace table than to ad-
-
Aetna Financial Services, Inc.
LIFE & CASUALTY
by the recent expressions of vertise them in the world dition to creating "a sense youths in effect that the
of
humiliation
and
hatred
for
future
survival
of
the
Jewish
I
support for the Allon Plan press.
GLENN B. MOORE AGENCY
given by Hussein.
As for Egypt, Eban sug- the Jewish state," have also people and Judaism was in
1400 Detroit Bank & Trust Building
Allon is said to be willing gested that Cairo look di- caused the Arabs to realize their hands and urged them,
Detroit, Mich. 48226
to discuss a partial with- rectly to Israel for a peace that "there is no chance in and Jewish youth all over
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drawal of Israeli forces from settlement rather than to the forseeable future" to de- the world, to come to Israel
stroy
Israel.
I
and
participate
in
its
crea-
the territories. But at this New York, Washington and
stage be is not ready to dis- Europe.
cuss the question of Jeru-
Simha Dinitz, the diplomat
salem.
who will shortly take up the
472 NEW 1973 BUICKS
(On Wednesday, Prime Min- duties of Israel's ambassador
ister Meir said that Israel to Washington, said Tuesday
would be willing to give King that the good relations be-
OPELS & HONDAS IN STOCK
Hussein guardianShip over tween the United States and
the Moslem holy places in Israel are based on mutual
Jerusalem. But, she added, interests. He expressed hope
Israel would not allow any that this partnership of inter-
area of Jerusalem to come est would continue to prevail,
under Jordanian control- .but warned that Israel could
again. Mrs. Meir was ad- face important and difficult
dressing a gathering in Eilat trials in its relations with the
n celebration of the port's U.S. in the future.
24th anniversary.)
Israel's ambassador desig-
David Ben-Gurion said here nate to the U.S., who accom-
he was convinced that peace panied Premier • Golda Meir
would be restored to the Mid- on her recent trip to Wash-
dle East within 10 years and ington, addressed the Bnai
that the time was ripe now Brith Board of Governors
to start making contacts with. meeting here and replied to
the Arabs.
questions by board members.
Dinitz said there was a
Israeli sources said that
they had no knowledge of basic understanding by the
MICHIGAN'S LARGEST i
any move by President Nixon American -administration of
BUICK - OPEL - HONDA
to have his national security the principles that govern Is-
adviser Henry 'Kissinger be- policies. He said American
INVENTORY
gin preparations for the ne- policy was to strengthen Is-

WASHINGTON — Defense
and State Department of-
ficials confirmed here this
week that President Nixon
told Israel Prime Minister
Golda Meir the U.S. will sell
Israel four squadrons of
combat jets and help the
Israelis set up production of
an advanced jet fighter of
their own design.
Tentative plans involve
about 24 F4 fighter bomb-
ers and 24 A4 light attack
planes, with deliveries over
two years, starting next Jan-
_ nary. Earlier commitments
under a 1971 agreement cov-
ered 42 F4s and about 80
A4s. Deliveries of these F4s
are scheduled to be corn-

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Anon Reported Ready to Suggest
Separate Settlement With Jordan

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The Glenn B. Moore Agency I

Alan Nathan C.L.U.

"MAN OF THE YEAR"

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gotiation of a Middle East rael's foreign and defense
peace settlement. rael to the extent that the
The sources were corn- option of war becomes less

menting on a report pub- practical to the Arabs and
lished in the NeW York Times the peace option More sound.
by its columnist James Res- Dinitz said that policy was
ton to the effect that Nixon • not only good foe Israel but
told Kissinger to prepare the for the U.S. as well. He said
way for an American role in it had brouglit about Ameri-
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