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April 12, 1974 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-12

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or Syria

Lebanon Refuses to Release Two Pilots to Israel

THE DETROIT JEWISH IVLW5

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marry, April

1-L,

Motive for U.S. Israel Support
stadrut Instttute
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gets 15 kilometers behind the
lines were hit by Israeli ar-

tillery during Sunday's ex-
Hi
change.
Fighting escalated along HARRIMAN, N.Y. — An be more valuable by virtue
the Syrian front over the American and an Israeli of their numbers and their
Passover weekend. ! scholar, participating in a oil resources.
The only valid basis for
The Syrian attempt on Mt. two-day conference on "La-
Hermon between Friday bor and the Middle East," demanding American support
night and dawn Saturday had a sharp difference of to Israel is a "moral com-
was regarded as the most opinion as to the basic moti- mitment," which goes back
serious escalation since the vation behind massive Amer- to the days of President Tru-
man, who rejected General
Syrians initiated their war of ican support for Israel.
The debate took place here George Marshall's strategic
attrition over a month ago.
The Hermon peak was cap- at the ninth annual Arden calculation that the Jewish
tured by Israeli forces dur- House Conference of the state was not desirable, ac-
26001 COOLIDGE HWY
ing the Yom Kippur War but American Histadrut Cultural cording to Gelb.
Co unt e rin g this thesis,
was abandoned because of Exchange Institute.
Prof. Yoram Dinstein of Tel
Leslie
Gelb,
visiting
pro-
weather
conditions
on
severe
the snow-covered mountain. fessor at Georgetown Uni- Aviv University stated that
Israeli forces continued to versity and national security "The United States interest
patrol the region, however, correspondent of the New is in having Israel present in
and on Saturday morning York Times, told the audi- the Middle East." He point-
they spotted Syrians on the ence of some 90 academics, ed out that after the "British
community leaders, t r a de lost their teeth in 1956, and
mountain top.
unionists and college stu- the French Empire waned"
The Syrian force, estimat-
DETROIT CONCERT VA ed at 40 or more men, was dents that to emphasize the America had to fill the power
RIETY comes to Masonic regarded as a possible ad- "strategic importance of Is- vacuum.
"The October War, launched
Auditorium April 19. The vance force heralding a ma- rael to the United States"
local talent revue features jor Syrian ground attack. was to "deal in sophistry." by the Arabs with massive
If support is demanded on Russian support, tried to end
WANT TO SELL YOUR HOME? the Austin-Moro Band, The Alerted Israeli forces opened the grounds that Israel is the Pax Americana, but Is-
Debutantes dance group, Ed- mortar and artillery fire in
20811 W. 8 Mile
die DeSantis and the Singing an effort to dislodge them. America's surest ally in con- rael prevented it. The Arabs
Telegraph
EXCLUSIVE
S.
between Southfield
Strings and comic Paul Len- The air force was also called taining Russian penetration brought the Russians into the
MATCHMAKER
in that area, then it can be Mediterranean but I s r a el
non.
in. Syrian jets were seen argued that the Arabs would stopped them," Dinstein said.
BROKER
*
*
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along the cease-fire line but
A new production of the made no attempt to inter-
CALL 559-8333
full-length "GISELLE" and vene. The Syrians eventually
Our Prowls* To You:
AETNA REALTY CO. the Detroit premiere of John withdrew from Mt. Hermon.
BETTER SERVICE!
Neumeier's "DON JUAN," Two Syrian soldiers were
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Southfield
both guest starring Rudolf spotted, and Israeli forces

Nureyev, highlight the pro- captured one of them who
WASHINGTON (JTA) — that outstanding war claims
grams of NATIONAL BAL- disclosed that he belonged to The United States will not be settled before the United
LET of CANADA at Masonic a commando unit.
"normalize" relations • with States recognized East Ger-
Auditorium, April 12 and 13.
aiJoyer
East Germany until that many.
According to reports re- country commits itself to ne-
Nureyev dances the role of
In its letter of reply, signed
Albrecht in the classic "Gi- ceived here from Damascus, gotiate claims against it for by former Virginia Gov. Lin-
to oar
selle" April 12 with principal Syrian President Hafez As- the depredations of the Nazi wood Holton, assistant sec-
ballerina Karen Kain as the sad said Monday night his regime, according to Sen. retary of state for congres-
tragic heroine. The 65-minute country would continue build- Jacob K. Javits (R. N.Y.).
sional relations, the State
and caitoineri
"Don Juan," in its American ing up its armed forces until
The State Department, Department told Javits of
premieres, is the concluding victory. Addressing a rally in Javits said, has declared in difficulties in achieving a
work on a triple bill per- Damascus marking the 27th a letter to him that it will claims settlement as a con-
anniversary of the ruling seek from the German Demo- dition prior to recognition as
formed April 13.
Arab Baath Socialist Party,
*
*
cratic Republic (East Ger- Javits had urged but indi-
Designers of Fine Jewelry
The Oak Park Extended the Syrian leader said: "The many) "a firm and detailed cated that "the soundest way
enemy
(Israel)
has
stepped
Education GED Test Center
advance commitment to ne- of proceeding" was to ob-
are pleased to announce the
will give its next GED EX- up the fighting with the aim gotiate a claims agreement tain East Germany's com-
Opening of their New
AMINATION 7 p.m. April 22- of exerting further pressure soon after the establishment mitment on negotiation.
24 at Oak Park High School. on us, intimidating us and of diplomatic relations" be-
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The U.S., in seeking "a
There is a fee for the exam- preventing us from persisting tween the two countries.
firm and detailed advance
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The JTA was informed that commitment to negotiate a
Assad did not rule out po-
Examinees are asked to reg-
16300 W. Nine Mile Road
the U.S. government's for- claims agreement" from East
ister in person at the extend- litical action to reach a Mid- eign claims settlement com- Germany "soon" after estab-
Charter House Suite 120
ed education office prior to east settlement. "But politi- mission would conduct a reg- lishing diplomatic relations,
Southfield, Michigan 48075 •
taking the examination. The cal action as we understand istration pr o g r a m to get is pursuing procedures simi-
Between Greenfield and Soathfild
office is open 6-10 p.m. daily, it must be aimed at achiev- claims formally registered lar to that adopted by France
except Friday. Deadline for ing an honorable solution which has not yet been done and the United Kingdom with
.Next to Radio Station
registration is 6:45 p.m. on which ensures justice and in the absence of U.S.-East the East Germans on behalf
the first day of the examina- puts things in their right German diplomatic rela- of the victims of Nazism.
557-9422
tions. For information, call place," he declared, adding:
Those two countries estab-
the Adult Education Center, "In like manner and for this tions.
Joe Farkas — Emery Weinberger
Javits said that in a letter lished formal relations with
aim we understand military
548-9294.
East Germany in February
action and will continue ex- to Secretary of State Henry
1973 with provisos to nego-
he
had
urged
Kissinger
A.
ercising it."
tiate claims. The British have
It's waiting for you. And we'll take you there with a series of exciting
"started to move toward ne-
summer excursions that contain extensive touring, recreational facilities,
gotiations" but the French
bring you into contact with your Israeli peers, and are fully supervised.
have not.
We have a number of tours for all ages including:
The West German govern-
ments have paid DM 43,200,-
BRUCE HERSCHENSOHN, professor of Bible at the He- 000,000 for indemnification
SHOMRON CAMP TEENAGE EXPERIMENT IN KIBBUTZ

LIVING (Ages 16-17)
deputy special assistant to brew Union College-Jewish and restitution payments as
PROGRAM (Ages 14-17)
President Nixon, will speak Institute of Religion in New of the end of 1971 and will
Hebrew study; camp activi- A unique social experience in
on presidential-congressional York, will deliver three pay an estimated DM 9,200,.
cooperative
living;
7
weeks;
ties near Caesarea; week on
relations 12:30 p.m. Wednes- Greenfield Lectures on the 000,000 more by the end of
moshav or gadna. (Special optional 8 days touring; small
day at the Ford Life Sciences Septuagint at Oxford Univer- 1975.
camp program for ages 12- groups.
Building at the University of sity in April and May. His
The East German position
14 with optional Bar Mitzvah
subject is "The Septuagint as is that it will not pay "rep-
Detroit.
ISRAEL/EUROPE
ceremony.)
a
Jewish
Translation
of
the
arations" for the Nazis. How-
(Ages 15-17)
GESHER HAZIV KIBBUTZ
SHIRLEY LEOPOLD and Hebrew Bible."
ever at the State Department,
Many combinations of tours
CAMP (Ages 14-17)
SHELDON KLIMIST have
*
the JTA was told that "there
that combine Israel with
been named Oakland County
is a difference between rep-
Hebrew study; 2 weeks spe- Spain, Portugal or London
PETER BEER of Oak arations and claims," indi-
chairmen for the state Dem-
cial touring; camp in upper and Amsterdam. Also tours
ocratic Party's 1974 Jeffer- Park won the Michigan Sav- cating that East Germany
Galilee.
of Europe only.
son-Jackson Day Dinner April ings and Loan League's ultimately will pay claims.
27 at Cobo Hall, Sen. Henry speech contest and went on
For further information on these or any of our youth, high school
Jackson (D-Wash.) will be to Washington D.C. to place
It was said in the name of
or college programs call or write: Histadrut Tours, 630.Third Ave-
the keynote speaker. For tic- in the top 10 in the national Rab: "Whoever sins and is
nue, N.Y. 10017, (212) 697-6822.
kets, write the Jefferson- competition. Beer's topic was filled with shame because of
Jackson Day Committee, 1535 the social consciousness of
NM
E. Lafayette, Detroit, 48207 the savings and loan indus- it, all his sins are forgiven
1611 10,
we know Israel better
try. Beer represented Metro- him.—Talmud, Berochoth 12b
(965-3041).
85 1 -0606
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politan Savings in the con-
Classifieds Get Quick Results
Prof. HARRY ORLINSKY, test.

• TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israel
has asked Lebanon to return
the two pilots of the Phan-
tom plane that crashed Mon-
day over Lebanese territory.
The rquest was relayed
through the International Red
Cross Committee. As a first
step Israel urged that a Red

It's Nice
To Deal With
Joe Slatkin's

DEXTER
CHEVROLET

Cross representative visit the
pilots immediately. The pilots
were forced to bail out in
the vicinity of Mt. Herman.
(Relations between Syria
and Lebanon were strained
this week over Lebanon's re-
fusal to hand over the two
-Israeli pilots to Syria, it was
reported here from Beirut.
(Lebanon rejected both Is-
raeli and Syrian requests, ar-
guing that Lebanon need not
yield the pilots as long as
hostilities continued. A Syri-
an government spokesman
said, in a public statement
in Damascus, that it was
"shameful to place Syria,
which is shedding blood for
the purpose of liberation and
dignity, on the same level as
the Israeli enemy.)
It was not certain whether
the Phantom jet had been
downed by a Syrian anti-air-
craft missile, as the Syrians
claimed, or by a malfunc-
tion, as Israel reported. Later

it was reported in Israel that
the plane crashed because of
a fire in the plane which
might have been due to a
Syrian missile.
Meanwhile, Syrian forces
continued shelling Israeli po-
sitions all along the cease-
fire lines Tuesday. Israeli
forces returned the fire. No
Israeli casualties were re-
ported. A military spokesman
said artillery and tank fire
was exchanged on the south-
ern Golan Heights and in the
Syrian enclave captured by
Israel during the Yom Kip-
pur War. He said the Syrians
also fired from time to time
at Israeli positions on Mt.
Hermon. According to an Is-
raeli spokesman, Syrian tar-

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