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November 22, 1974 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Nov. 22, 1974-29

Telegraph and 10 Mile Roads in Southfield. •

Rabin Reports Mobilization
May Have Averted Attack

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin said that
Israel's partial mobilization
last weekend may have avert-
ed a Syrian 'attack.
"We mobilized only a very
limited number of reservists
. . . (but) when the- other
side sees that there is no pos-
sibility of surprising us, the
temptation to go to war is
reduced," Rabin told an au-
dience attending the triennial
international convention of
Bnai Brith here.
He acknowledged, however,
that the prospects for peace
in the Middle East at the
present time have diminished
as a result of the Rabat sum-
mit conference. He said PLO
chief Yassir Arafat's speech
to the UN General Assembly
last week "rejected the right
of Jews to live in their own
sovereign state."
He called the UNs effusive
welcome of Arafat a "victor-
ious revival of Hitlerism."
But, he said, Israel recog-
nizes the goal of the terrorists
and their strategy for reach-
ing it.
"We are prepared to face
them. There will be no talks
with this group (the PLO).
The only place we shall meet
them is on the battlefield,"
Rabin said.
Rabin reaffirmed that Is-
rael's desire and goal is for

This 'Thanksgiving,
give Mother the lime to
be thankful.

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Thanksgiving Day should be
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not with the pots and pans.
So this year, be company at
our place for dinner.
We'll do the work for you.
And serve you a traditional
Thanksgiving feast with
all'the fanfare of the season.
• Relishes.
• Homemade oyster bisque.
• Roast turkey stuffed with
savory dressing.
• Rich, creamy gravy.
• New England cranberries.
• A choice of freshly cooked
vegetable.
•- Special salads.
• Hot breads, beverage.
• Your choice of dessert.
• After-dinner mints,
of course.
So whether it's just the two
of you or a tribe of twenty.

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this holiday at Stouffer's.
Your whole family will thank
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peace with its neighbors. He
said Israel would adhere to
its disengagement agree-
ments with Egypt and Syria
"as long as the other sides
respect it mutually."
U.S. Ambassador Kenneth
Keating, who also addressed
the convention, said the
change of administration in
Washington made no change
in American policy in the
Middle East. He said the spe-
cial relationship between the
U.S. and Israel continued and
would continue in the future.
Israel notified Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger of
its intention to call up part
of its reserves but assured
the Secretary that it did not
plan to launch an attack.
Kissinger then asked and
received similar assurances
from the Syrian and Egyp-
tian governments and relayed
them to Israel. There was no
indication whether the Soviet
Union gave the U.S. any in-
dication of its intentions or
information on its continuing
arms shipments to Syria.
Israeli Ambassador Simcha
Dinitz reportedly assured
Kissinger that Israel had no
aggressive intentions and was
assured by the Secretary that
the other side had no plans
to attack Israel.
According to reports reach-
ing Washington, the Cairo
daily Al-Gomhouria reported
that President Anwar Sadat
had reassured President Ford
and Soviet Communist Party
Secretary Leonid I. Brezhnev
that neither Egypt nor Syria
will initiate hostilities against
Israel.

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THURS., NOVEMBER 28

With our namesake, it is fitting
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Dec. 6, 1974

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