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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, May 14, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, May 14, 1969

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Continued on Page 6
tested U.S- weaponry. In this re-
gard a recent statement by a U.S.
State Department spokesman is
quite revealing (Perspective, De-
cember 1968): ". . . The judgment
of professional military experts is
that Israel is not and will not be
be at a military disadvantage for
sometime to come . . . The F-4
Phantom aircraft which we are
delivering to Israel are first line
attack aircraft being 4sed exten-
sively by U.S. forces in Vietnam
and are well suited to their mis-
sion'.' The 50 planes which are to
be delivered to Israel are particu-
larly well suited to carry atomic
weapons and can reach all sur-
rounding Arab capitals within a
matter of minutes.
Without U.S. aid, Israel would
collapse. The U.S. therefore 'Bolds
the key to peace: to the extent
that the U.S. underwrites Zionist
military adventures, peace will not
come to the Middle East. The re-
cent statement by Mr. Scranton
calling for "a more even handed"
U.S. policy brought arrogant warn-
ings from Israel. Israel must be
getting confident enough to defy
its own protectory
The American reader to whom
the documentation in this article
may come as an entirely new rev-
elation will do well to check for
himself the accuracy of the facts
presented, and read in greater de-
tail the references mentioned here
which include all shades of opin-
ion and factual accounts from Zi-,
onist, Jewish, and neutral sources.
Care was taken not to include
Arab sources to forestall charges
of "Arab hate propaganda." No
defense is offered here of the dip-,
lomatic mistakes and rhetoric 'of
Arab leadership. .,
The threat posed by the Zionist
design to world peace is as im-
manse as America's interest and
capacity to preserve peace. In or-
der for Americans tQ play their vi-
tal role in the 'world effectively
they must overcome the apathy
and prevalent misinformation.
The Way to Peace
There are somelglimmers of hope
in this seemingly insoluble situa-
tion. Some of the younger genera-
tion within Israel are beginning to
question the racist ideology that
their state is founded upon and
the Zionist concept of an exclusive
Jewish right tb Palestine at the
expense of the Arabs. They foresee
an Arab-Jewish state founded on
justice rather than usurpation and
on the recreation of the historical
amity between Arabs and Jews.
There is a comparable liberal out-
look among Palestinian youth who
have stated that they are fighting
for a pluralistic, secular state in
which Jews and Arabs can live in
equality and democracy. Will this
younger generation from both
sides ever get a chance to estab-
lish a. real peace in the Middle
East?
Writes an Israeli citizen, Nathan
Chofshi:
"only an internal revolution can
have the pbwer to heal our peo-
ple of their murderous sickness
and baseless hatred. It is
bound to bring eventual ruin to
us. Only then will the old and
the young in our land realize
how great was our responsibili-

ty to those miserable wronged
Arab refugees in whose towns
we have settled Jews who were
brought from afar, whose homes
we have inherited and whose
fields we now sow and harvest."r
(("Ner," Israeli magazine, Janu-
ary, 1962)
It will be people like Nathan
rather than Moshe Dayan who'
could win Israel's struggle for
moral survival, which is the only-
way to guarantee its physical sur-i
vival in the long run.
This position is supported by I.
F. Stone, a former member of the
Hagana (which became the regu-
lar Israeli army). In the January
1969 issue of his "I- F. Stone's
Weekly" (published in Washing-
ton, D.C.), he says: "Lebanon
seems to be about the only place
in the world . . . where bi-nation-
al and multi-national solutions are
working smoothly. Something of
the sort must come in the recon-
structed Palestine, of Jewish and
Arab states in peaceful co-exist-
ence. To bring it about, Israel and
the Jewish communities of the
world must be willing to look some
unpleasant truths squarely in the,
face and to rise to heights of
magnanimity which could write
the finest chapter in the history
of a great people ... We made the
Palestinian Arabs homeless to
make a home for our own people.
That is the simple truth as history
will se it, and until we make am-
ends and resettle the refugees and
create a new political framework
in which Jew and Arab can live
together in a new and greater
Palestine, there will be no peace
self-pity and self-righteous-
ness, the psychic counterparts of
the siege, can only block a solu-,
tion . .. So long as more than a,
million Palestiniansc live in home-
less misery there will be no peace
for Israel and there should be no
peace of mind for world Jewry.
This is, the wronk we must right."
Unfortunately in their present
exultant mood of military victory
Israeli leaders are not willing to
recognize the wrong they have
caused, let alone make any genu-
ine gestures to correct It. "What
are the Palestinians?' asked Esh-
kol "(Newsweek," February 17,
1969). While he reiterated Israel's'
desire for peace and negotiations
and the usual Zionist myths, he
went on to reject any prospect of
a bi-national state; "Israel is and
must remain a Jewish state,"-
which is exactly the same position
as that declared by the Zionists
half a century ago: "Palestine
must become as Jewish as England
is English."
There will never be room enough
in the Middle East for an Israel
that does everything possible to
recruit more European and Amer-
ican Jewish settlers while declar-
ing that there is no room on "Is-
raeli territory" even for one Arab
refugee. A Jewish community, pur-
ified frpm its imperialistic, super
race (or chosen people) ideology
and recognizing the right of the
refugees to reinstatement in their
country, Palestine, may yet prove,
a most ' welcome addition to the
Middle East community. Moslems,
Christians and Jews of Palestine
must realize that they are either
all viable there or all unviable
anywhere.
-J. Fargo

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AVAILABLE for SUMMER occupancy,
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to pool and park grounds. Closely
located near medical center. Call 761-
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Now renting for Fall
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* 1? baths
* balcony
" sound conditioning
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* off street parking
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521 WALNUT
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3-MAN-2 BEDROOMS
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14Ctc
ESPECIALLY attractive apartment for
summer sublet, 2-4 people; $175/mo,
Call 761-3595 mornings or evenings.
C2

ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM & BOARD in private home.
Your "home away from home." 1
single, 1 to share suite. Graduates'
(males) preferred. Call Mrs. Mills, 668-
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Thanks . .. Ellen. 11F7
Creative Photography
WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality at student rates. Call John
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p.m. for appointment to see portfolio.
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,KFK and STC:
Here's to the best Apt. 12 I've ever
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longest birthday in all my 21 years,
and thanks for pulling No. 12 out of
its miserable rut! (Of guess what?!)
lpa FE4
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ENGAGED OR MARRIED? About to
start taking birth control pills?
Women with these qualifications
needed for psychological study. You
will be paid. Call 665-0007. 5F9
WANTED TO BUY
SOFA BED and elec. dishwasher. 769-
4765. 1K8
MISCELLANEOUS
CAR CARAVAN for leisurely trip to
Calif. Call 66847947. ,1M10
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS,. REPAIRS
STANTON 681 EE $60 cartridge used
1 mo. w/warr. Need, $25. 663-9197. 2X9
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Elecertical-acoustical instruments, re-
pairs, lessons. 209 S. State, 665-8001
10 a.m.-7 p.m.,,
A FINE UPRIGHT PIANO for sale, We
bought this precision instrument but
never moved it from the lady's base-
ment. Tale' over payments-$25 toatal..
Call 761-0273, 761-9092, or 764-0552.
Ask for Andy,. X14
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-6 wk. old black male kitten in
Law Quad. Call 662-0050, A9
FOUND-Male grey tiger kitten. Call
761-1835. A4
LOST-Yellow mutt, smale male, short
ears, pink nose, chain collar, rabies
tag, very friendly., Reward. Phone 662-
7992 or 764-8377. Al
PHOTO SUPPLIES
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BRAUN EF-300 electronic flash with
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at $199.50, yours for X150. Call Richard,
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,FOR SALE-Nikkor 24mm lens f 2,8
Wide Angle lens for Nikkorma* Nik-
kerrex, or - Nikon 'F, FTN, etc. 1
month old, still uider warranty, in
original box -Heretofore unavailable
in the area-$185. Call Andy, 761-
0273, 761-9092. D6
USED CARS'
'65 TR-4A by owner. New tires. 663-
9018. r j8N7
'65 TR SPITFIRE Rdstr. Excellent
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noon-6 p.m. 5N8
'64 TR4-Good mech. cond., 41,000
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1335 South University
665-8825
23Ctc
CAMPUS-1 BLOCK
418 E. Washington
Modern-Furnished-Large 1 Bedroom
apts. for 2 and 3 students.
FALL RENTALS
NO 8-6906
15Ctc
TV RENTALS
$8.50 per month
761-1945-
Free same day delivery and service1
New 19" portables
018
NEEDED-i male student to share a
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unique architecture, beautiful neigh-
borhood. $40/month. Call 761-9364. 7C8

We are now accepting appli-
cations for our choice fur-
nished campus apartments
for 1, 2, 3, or 4 single stu-
dents. Inquiries may be

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545 Church
Call 761-7600

DAHLMANN APARTMENTS.
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VERY LARGE three room furnished
apartment. Ideal for campus and
downtown, parking space. Summer
Sublet with option for fall. Extremely
reasonable. Call 665-7979. 1808
SHARE 2 MAN, 2 bdrm. $55/mo. 665-
7288 after 5 Rnm. 1208
ROOMMATE WANTED FOR FALL
Incoming freshman medical student
would like another freshman med
student to share a two-man, two bed-
room apt. If interested contact:
Box 524, Hobart College
Geneva, New York 14456. C3
WANTED-Grad or senior to join four
other grads in spacious many-bed-
roomed house, $50 mo., immediately
occupancy, 840 Brookwood Place. Call
663-8376 after 5. 24011

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CARRIAGE HOUSE
1224 Washtenaw -,.4 man bi-level, 1%i
baths, dishwasher, 2 air cond., avail-
able for fall. 665-8825. 807
SINGLE ROOMS-$8-$10/week. Univer-
sity of Michigan students only. Now
thru Aug. 26. Elizabeth St. NO 2-1271.
1703

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faculty welcome

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BOOKS. Mainly hard-back English and
American Lit. and drama. Cheap. Ex-
Academics diopping out. Call 665-9505:
TV-$35, upright piano. Call 668-7947.
$B9
MAGNAVOX STEREO, sofa bed, lamp,
like new dinette set. Moving. Excel-
lent buys. Call 761-2623 evenings. 8B$
FOR SALE at original cost ($100)-4
year old- AKC black male Labradors,
excellent health. Trained flushing up-
land game. Buyer must have proper
facilities. Call 665-6906. 2B8
WANTED TO RE'NT
WE NEED MOD. 2-man for summer,
air-cond., near campus, immed. oc-
cupy. Will pay $40/mo, ea. negotiable.
Chuck or Ron, 484-0360, 8-noon; 662-
0329, noon-3; 764-0581, 5-12. 4L7
WANTED TO RENT-4 bedrooms, two
baths, suitable for children, one
small dog. Sept. 1-Dec. 30. Not too far
from schools with yard space. Fur-
nishings-linen etc. required. Contact
R. S. Berman, Department of English,
U. of California, LaJolla, Calif. 3L9
NEED SINGLE or share double for
summer. Prefer Geddes to S.U. area.
Air cond. Will pay $40/mo. to share.
$50/mo. single. Negotiable. Call Chuck
8-noon 484-0360; 5-12 764-0581. 4L7
IF YOU NEED a roommate for a 2 man-
2 bedroom apt. for fall, call Don
Wood collect at 1-517-382-5514. 2L12
TRANSPORTATION
FLIGHT TO EUROPE, leaving June 10
Detroit - Paris - Cologne - Berlin -
Rome. Leave Rome July 14 for De-
troit. Group fare. Call Professor Hil-
bish, 764-7592 or 761-0627 after 5 p.m.
5G9
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREE KITTENS. Call 761-5040. 3T9
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