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November 02, 1973 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-02

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Griffiths
Co-Sponsors
Israel Bill

Rep. Martha Griffiths,
member of the Michigan
delegation in the U. S. House
of Representatives, is the co-
sponsor of a resolution "To
seek peace in the Middle
East and to continue to sup-
port Israel's deterrent
strength through transfer of
Phantom aircraft and other
military supplies.
Other co-sponsors of HR
617 are Congresswomen
Heckler and Holtzman and
Congressmen O'Neill, Gold-
water, Gonzales, Gray,
Green, Grover, Gude, Gun-
ter, Guyer, Haley, Hanley,
Hanrahan, Harrington, Hast-
ings, Hawkins,.Heinz, Helsto-
ski, Hicks, Hillis, Holifield
and Horton.
There are now 260 en-
dorsers of the resolution.

Dutch Denv

Favoring
Israel

,

AMSTERDAM (JTA)—The
Dutch government denied
that Holland was "pro-Is-
rael" and called on Israel to
implement the UN Security
Council Resolution 242 and
evacuate the occupied terri-
tories.
In a statement issued by
the foreign office, the gov-
ernment called for a political
settlement to the conflict,
"rather than a settlement by
military conquest."
Holland also supported
"secure borders" for Israel
"with due regard for the in-
terests of the Palestinians."
The statement coincided
with an announcement by
the six Arab member coun-
tries of the Organization of
Petroleum Exporting Coun-
tries (OPEC) of a boycott of
Mall exports to Holland.
Earlier, Algeria and Ku-
wait also announced boycotts
against Holland's "pro-Israeli
policies."
Later, members of the
Dutch Trade Union Federa-
tion published an open letter
in which they dissociated
themselves from a message
of sympathy sent by federa-
tion officials to Israel's
Histadrut 10 days ago.
The dissenters said that of
ficials "do not speak for all
members" and they criticized
the sympathy message for
being "one-sided."

In this world nothing is
sure but death and taxes.—
Benjamin Franklin.

Eban Attacks British ME Policy; NATO Chief Defends Silence

LONDON—A bitter attack vening directly in that part
on Britain was made Monday of the world."
This was apparently in re-
night by the Israeli Foreign
sponse to criticism by Presi-
Minister, Abba Eban, in an
dent Nixon and the State
interview on the "Panorama" Department that America's
program of BBC-TV.
NATO allies had gone to
He said that Britain had some length to separate
lost its central position in their Mideast policy from the
the Middle East and had no U. S.
West Germany told the
chance of regaining it. Eban
United States to stop supply-
made the following points:
ing arms to Israel from U. S.
"If Britain and France had
bases there.
maintained a balanced posi-
The West German govern-
tion in the war, it would
have been different, but they ment told U. S. Ambassador
did not. Now, Israel has no
confidence in either of them, `Yom Kippur War'
and neither of them has a
Album for Soldiers
say in the Middle East.
A picture album of the
"The United Kingdom can-
not possibly regain its cen- latest Middle East conflict,
tral position after the way it entitled "The Yom Kippur
behaved during the crisis. War," will be distributed
Apart from the unfair em- free by the Israel Interna-
bargo, Britain was even ad- tional Information Council.
The new publication has
vising the U. S. not to send
arms to Israel. Confidence been edited and compiled by
cannot be reconstructed, and the chairman of the council,
there is no prospect for Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin, of
better relations between Is- Lawrence, N. Y. The album
rael and Britain in the near will contain some of the
latest pictures taken by
future.
correspondent- photographers
"The nine in Europe made
at the fighting fronts as well
a constructive declaration in
as on the civilian front.
Copenhagen, but Britain and
Rabbi Dobin said "the new
France destroyed this co-
hesion. Again, the nine left album will be sent as a token
the U. S. on her own in her of appreciation to anyone
efforts to come to the aid of who sends in a minimum of
Israel with arms supplies." $5 as a contribution covering
the cost of two radios. The
NATO Secretary General radios will he distributed
Joseph Luns said in Brussels through an Israeli agency,
last weekend that the Eu- the counterpart of the United
ropean allies were right to States USO. Check should be
remain silent on the Middle made payable to Israel
East crisis.
Soldiers Welfare Associa-
In a statement to the NATO tion."
Council, the secretary gen-
All requests for the new
eral said if NATO had not album and donations for
maintained silence on the transistor radios should be
Mideast conflict, "it would sent to Rabbi Dobin, Box 11,
have appeared to be inter- Lawrence, N. Y. 11559.

Martin Hillenbrand and
charge d'affaires Frank Cash
that "weapons deliveries
using West German territory
or installations from U. S.
depots in West Germany to
one of the warring parties
cannot be permitted."
State Secretary Paul Frank
emphasized that the West
German government did not
want to be dragged into the
Middle East conflict, and
would stick to its _policy of
neutrality.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
6—Friday, November 2, 1973

This was the best way to
help find a lasting and just
peace, he said. '



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Opposition leader Karl
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
Carstens of the Christian
`FIND A FINER WINE THAN,
Democratic Union said the
Mideast war had not been
started by Israel, and he ac-
cused the Soviet Union, not
only of supplying weapons
. Detroit,
to the Arabs,,but of encour-
aging one Arab state, which
had stood apart, to join in
the conflict.
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