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Dayan Expects Egyptians to Start Removal of Artillery

have been appreciably raeli defenses, though only t he "mandate of the United used in the Yom Kippur War
JERUSALEM (JTA)—De- Dayan said that when the
strengthened
to face any pos- briefly and for a short dis- Nations Emergency Force and Israel's requirements to
fense Minister Moshe Dayan problem was discussed at a
(UNEF) in the Middle East meet possible future on-
sible
Syrian
attack
to recap- tance.
declared Wednesday in the meeting of the Knesset and
which
expires in mid-April. slaughts from its Arab neigh-
The .two UN officers—Capt.
Knesset that the Egyptians foreign affairs committee, he ture the Israeli-held salient
The
Israeli public was bors, particularly from the
next
to
the
Golan
Heights.
J.
A.
Martell
of
Ireland
and
asked
that
the
issue
not
be
were expected to start re-
alerted
in
television and radio air.
The ominous situation de- Capt. J. J. Holly of the United
moving, within a day or two, brought up at the Knesset
President Nixon has not yet
broadcasts
Monday night to
unauthorized artillery from because he felt a public de- veloping on the Syrian front States—were released Tues-
determined how much of the
the
possibility
of
attack
from
day
but
are
in
the
Italian
bate
would
jeopardize
the
was
given
as
one
reason
why
the thinned-out area they
$2,200,000;000 in aid to Israel
now hold on the Suez Canal efforts of Egyptian President Finance Minister Pinhas Sa- Hospital in Damascus being the air should war break out is to be given as a gift. The
east bank to conform to the Anwar Sadat. He added he pir canceled his scheduled treated for cuts suffered anew with Syria or Egypt. President can grant up to
Israeli - Egyptian disengage- did not understand "what in- departure Tuesday on a mis- when the Syrians forced them Both countries are known to $1,500,000,000 of the total sum
terest we have in making it sion to the U.S. on behalf of to walk barefooted over possess Soviet-made "Scud"
ment accord.
intermediate-range missiles and nearly all of the remain-
Dayan made the statement more difficult for the Egyp- the United Jewish Appeal. sharp-edged basalt rocks.
that could reach Israel's ing $700,000,000 in loans.
tians
to
honor
the
agree-
Other
reasons
for
Sapir's
The
two
men
were
report-
in response to an urgent mo-
populated centers.
Dayan later discussed
ment."
change
of
plans
were
believed
ed
missing
from
their
obser-
tion on the agenda from Men-
The Syrians used Soviet- matter, it was understoou,
But he also declared that to be the threat of a new vation post near Tel Marii in
ahem Begin, a leader of the
made "Frog" missiles during with members of the Senate
opposition Likud. Dayan add- there were still 120 mm. guns coalition crisis sparked by the southern section of the the Yom Kippur War.
Armed Services Committee
Welfare
Minister
Michael
Yom
Kippur
War
enclave
in
Port
Said
and
Port
Fuad
ed that the removal promise
at the invitation of its chair-
In
Washington,
Pentagon
Hazani's
resignation
Monday
after
they
failed
to
respond
had been made by Egypt to which should not be there,
man, Sen. John Stennis (D.
Gen. Ensio Siilasvuo, com- although their removal was and an election reform bill to radio calls. It was learned sources said Tuesday there Miss.).
were
no
MIG-23
fighter
planes
facing
its
first
reading
in
the
later
that
they
had
been
sur-
not
required
by
the
disen-
mander of the United Nations
Dayan said he believed
prised by the Syrian infil- in Syria, crated or uncrated,
Emergency Force, which oc- gagement accord. He said Knesset.
Even b e fore Dayan 're- trators while sleeping in a and that presence of foreign- Soviet-made anti-aircraft mis-
cupies the buffer zone be- Israel was continuing to act
turned from his trip t,o the wagon near their post about ers in the Middle East with siles in Syrian hands were
tween the Egyptian strip and for removal of those guns.
U.S.
he was under criticism 100 yards inside Israeli lines. Arab forces was "not a new in some ways superior to the
the new Israeli Sinai posi-
Begin charged that the
The Syrians did not permit development." State Depart- American weapons supplied
tion. Dayan said he did not Egyptians had - aggressive by some newspapers here for
know whether the Egyptians intentions, citing information remarks in Washington indi- them to dress. Their uni- ment sources said there were to Israel. But he indicated
were ,keeping their promise. he said he had received that cating that Israel was _not forms and shoes were found only some "Cuban advisers" that the superiority of the
and lint a brigade in Syria. Soviet weaponry was limited
The possibility of some the Egyptians had- built more overly disturbed by the daily in their post. Damas c
These comments were to ground-to-air missiles. U.S.
kind of Egyptian action in than 11 new bridges across Syrian shelling on the north- claimed that the two UN of-
made
in response to state- anti-tank artillery supplied
ern
front.-
The
newspaper
ficers
were
not
in
uniform
the
canal
and
that
they
in-
coordination with a Syrian
ments
by Dayan Sunday on Israel was satisfactory.
Davar
warned
that
Dayan's
and
were
believed
by
their
offensive was not discounted tended to "move tanks and
Replying to a question ad-
words could be misconstrued captors to be Israeli soldiers. the NBC-TV "Meet the Press"
cannons to the East."
in military circles here.
program.
dressed
to him in the Knes-
by
the
Syrians
as
an
indica-
UN Secretary General Kurt
Dayan replied that the
It was disclosed that the
Dayan said there was a set before he left the U.S.,
tion that Israel will remain
Egyptians have emplaced Egyptians had reduced the passive in face of future at- Waldheim lodged a strong Cuban brigade with the Syr- Dayan said that' the Soviet
formal protest with, the Syr-
long-range artillery . on the number of bridges and that,
ian government Tuesday. In ian army and that there were Union provided 90 per cent
west bank of the Suez Canal at any rate, he did not attach tacks. -
Convoys of Israeli re-en- the protest, handed to Syria's also East Germans and North of the Egyptian, Syrian and
capable of reaching the Is- much importance to the num-
forcements were seen mov- UN Ambassador Haissam- /Koreans stationed in Syria. Iraqi war materials; the
raeli zone east of the canal. ber of bridges.,
ing
along the main Golan Kelani, Waldheim did not use Before leaving Washington United States armed Jordan
This represents a violation
Sources here said that Is-
Heights
roads Tuesday. The the word kidnaping. A UN Monday night, he said the and Saudi Arabia; Britain
of the disengagement- agrea- rael was determined to avoid
Syrians had the Soviet Un- provided arms for Jordan,
ment.which called for a thin- any escalation of the fighting regional defense system was spokesman repeated, when ion's advanced fighter plane, Saudi Arabia and Egypt; and
ning out of forces on both on the Syrian front where placed on alert and settlers questioned by reporters on the MIG-23.
France armed Lebanon,
sides of the waterway.
the 22nd day of daily Syrian were•warned to prepare for this, that Waldheim's phrase
Saudi Arabia and Libya.
'
The
State
Department
indi-
an
attack.
was "taking away."
The EgYptians are also shooting ended Tuesday.night
cated concern over Syria's Dayan said that 20 North
Kelani
expressed
regrets
Two
Israeli
settlements

with
no
Israeli
casualties.
known to have concentrated
Korean pilots fought for
120 mm. heavy mortars on There have been five Israeli Kibutz Ramat Magshimim and promised to convey the continuing daily assaults Egypt -in the Yom Kippur
against
Israeli
defenses
on
protest
to
his
government
in
the west bank, weapons not casualties during those 22 and Moshav Nov on the Golan
the Golan Heights but avoid: War. He-reported that
Heights — sustained damage Damascus.
mentioned in the disengage- da y s, officials said.
ed criticizing the Syrian gov- 1,000,000 men were in the
Waldheim
also
reiterated
to
their
electricity
and
wa-
The
sources
said
it
was
ment accord.
ernment and cast no light on combined Arab forces mass-
his
concern
over
the
deterio-
ter
systems
during
Monday's
Siilasvuo had sent a cable Israel's decision to refrain
the presence of Cuban and ed against Israel.
rating
situation
on
the
Israeli-
to the Israeli chief of staff from using its air force to shelling by the Syrians. Syr-
other non-Syrian forces in Egypt Agrees to Extend
Syrian
front.
He
met
Tues-
ian
fire
hit
the
snow-covered
end
the
\Syrian
shooting
or
Tuesday, declaring that, if
Search for Israeli Bodies
peak of Mt. Hermon for the day, at his request, with Am- that country.
Isra el insisted, inspection against strategic targets.
TEL AVIV (JTA)-Egypt
Dayan
and
Secretary

of
bassador
Kelani
and
with
The decision, it was under- first time Monday.
'would be carried out Thurs-
The Syrian kidnaping of Israel Ambassador Yosef Te- Defense James Schlesinger has agreed to an Israeli re-
day. .Dayan said Israel asked stood, was based on the pos-
engaged in a discussion at quest for a one-week exten-
for a Thursday inspection. sibility that the Syrians might two United Nations observ- koah to discuss the Middle the
Pentagon Monday pre- sion of the search for the
East
situation.
ers
behind
Israeli
lines
Mon-
He reiterated his belief that respond with use of their
Preparations also were un- sumably on the quality of bodies of missing Israeli
the Egyptians intended seri- long-range missiles against day was the first acknowledg-
Soviet and American weap- soldiers believed killed dur-
ously to carry out the dis- Israeli cities. But Israel i ment that Syrian units had der way for a meeting of the ons of comparable purpose ing the initial stages of the
Security
Council
to
extend
forces
on
the
Golan
Heights
succeeded
in
penetrating
Is-
engagement pact.
Yom Kippur War.
Between 90 and 100 Israeli
plAcid w NORMAkand SOL NOM
RHODA S. SIMON
soldiers are still missing on
LIVES OF OUR TIMES
RABBI STEPHEN SAMUEL WISE
the Egyptian front and are
believed to have fallen in the
IN M93, YOUNG WISE TOOK HIS
BORN IN BUDAPEST OF A
vicinity- of the former Barley
FIRST POSITION AS ASSISTANT
DISTINGUISHED FAMILY OF
FTY-FIVE YEARS AGO, A
RABBI OF THE MADISON AVENUE
Line, now in Egyptian hands.
RABBIS, STEPHEN WAS
OUS-MINDED YOUTH OF
SYNAGOGUE OF N.Y. SEVEN YEWS
Two more bodies were ex-
BROUGHT TO THE U.S. AT
19 STARTED OUT ON A 6ABB1N-
LATER, HE WAS CALLED TO
THE AGE OF ONE
'CAL CAREER TO WHO 111 STILL
humed Monday by an Israeli
PORTLAND, OREGON WHERE WE
LENDS HONOR TODAY--
chaplaincy corps team head-
OFFICLATED UNTIL 1906.
ed by Chief Chaplain Gen.
Mordehai Firon.
The rabbis were taken into
the Egyptian zone in a sealed
\car and permitted to dig for
FREE SYNAGOGUE OF N.Y. WM01 WISE
COMPLETING HIS STUDIES AT
the bodies. The Egyptian
FOUNDED 011907 HELPED TO STRE116111EN
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN 1901
soldiers behaved correctly
fogcEs
IN
MAGMAS
JUDAISM,
TILE LIBERAL
(PII,D),THE YOUNG MAN RECEIVED
toward them but mad
Ala UNDER NIS LEADERSHIP, BECAME ONE OF
MIS RABBINICAL TRAINING PRIVATE-
TIE MOST MFUIENTIAL t0116.1N THE U.S.
effort to help. The .o
LY.
bodies were transferred to
Israel for burial.
STILL A MAJOR FACTOR IN TIE AMERICAN-JEWIS11
RABBI WISE SAW THE MED FOR A
The search for Egyptian
SCENE
TODAY,
HE
CONTINUES
TO
DEVOTE
HIMSELF
WHERE YOUNG JEWS COULD BE TRAINED
dead in the Israeli zone is
Z A
WHOLEHEARTEDLY
TO
TUE
CAUSES
NE
HAS
HELD
CLOSE
FOR LEADERSHIP IN THE MINISTRY,EDUCATVII
continuing. One of the bodies
AU. -INS LIFE - -
AND SOCIAL SERVICE; IN 1922,111 FOUNDED
found
was that of Aatef
THE JEWISH INSTITUTE OF RELIGION TO
Sadat, an Egyptian pilot who
ACCOM H THESE GOALS.
was the step-b r o t h e r of
President Anwar Sadat. His
remains were handed over
0
to Egypt last weekend, and
411111
ll
he was buried Monday in the
• „UR,
WISE, DEEPLY ATTACHED TO THE t ES,
Nile Delta.
"ASSUMED LEADERSHIP W THE CREATION OF
He was shot down while
THE AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS, TIE
111 1119B, WISE AIDED IN FOUNDING
participating in an Egyptian
WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS, AND IN THE EARLY
THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF
40i, BECAME CHAIRMAN OF THE AMERICAN
air attack on Refidim in the
AMERICA AND SERVED AS ITS
EMERGENCY COUNCIL FOR ZIONIST AFFAIRS.
nowt IN I917:AND.FROM 1914-511.
Bir Gifgafa region of central
Sinai only 10 minutes after
Egypt launched its surprise
of
March
15.
Dr.
Wise,
who
worked
closely
with
Dr.
in
the
issue
Jewish communities throughout the world are observing the 100th
attack last Oct. 6.
Theodor
Herzl
in
the
early
years
of
the
World
Zionist
movement,
was
anniversary of the birth of Dr. Stephen S. Wise, one of world Jewry's
lifetime
-a
major
factor
in
advancing
the
Zionist
during his entire
outstanding personalities of this century. Dr. Wise was born on March
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
cause. He lived to see the rebirth of the state of Israel.
17 and since it was St. Patrick's Day he always used green ink in his
62—Friday, April 5, 1974
fountain pen. The Jewish News' tribute to Dr. Wise (1874-1949) appeared

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