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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 8, 1965, Indianapolis, IndianaThe notional jewish Post and opinion Friday october 8, 1965 differing views Given now believes they can be effective administration shift by 2 rabbis and editor in value of protests continued from preceding Page peaceful Means of solving the problems of the Faar East. They want Only the military to go Home not our peace corps not our students our missionaries our technicians or our missionaries our technicians or our business men. If we can provide them with economic and the problem of population pressure on inadequate resources they feel that they can meet the communist Challenge even though they might have to Compromise on some form of cooperative Economy. They Are not As absorbed with communism As we americans seem to be and while the Peoples of Vietnam Thailand Cambodia and Burma fear the chinese it is not so much because of chinese communism and its proselytizing Fervour As for historic reasons that go Back to the times China donated that area of the world. A the people of Viet Nam Are weary of the War. They would be willing to make Many concessions political and economic for the Boon of chaplain dryer expressed his View on the question this Way a i have lived for Over seven months in this Beautiful but embattled country. Since i have been the Only rabbi available during this period to serve both the american jewish servicemen and . Civilian Aid officials i have had the responsibility and the Opportunity to travel the entire length and breadth of South Vietnam from Quang Tri in the North to Ca Mau in the South from the largest cities to the tiniest hamlets. I have had Long conversations with Many religious leaders students and Ordinary people. All of them want peace in their country. But not one of them has said to me that he believes that a satisfactory peace could be obtained by the unilateral withdrawal of the american military forces. A i have been stopped by vietnamese As i walked Down the Street in civilian clothes the Day after a Viet Cong bombing of an american troop Billet. These vietnamese wanted to express their Heartfelt and sincere grief a and thanks a to an american any american. These Ordinary people were deeply grateful for the presence of the american military in their country. Their own dead they could accept More easily than the sacrifices of men from thousands of Miles away who were Here to defend their rabbi Weinstein did not take the position that America should withdraw her forces unilaterally. A i found surprisingly that vietnamese. Tha ilanders cambodians and japanese were not concerned with America s they especially the japanese groups believed that a graduated military withdrawal after setting up a Multi National peace keeping machinery a preferably the United nations a would on the contrary raise the prestige of our government and give evidence of a com ing of age of the United states. A the opinion was often expressed that a committee of concerned nations a Burma Philippines Cambodia Japan India Australia a be entrusted by the United nations with the supervision of elections the holding of the various stages of negotiations and the keeping of the peace. This latter will be an especially heavy and risky undertaking because of the great bitterness engendered by the acts of violence on the part of the Viet Cong and vietnamese. A it h e National liberation front every cambodian interviewed insisted must be included in the peace negotiations no matter How heavily influenced by the communists. It still remains the chief heir of the Independence revolution against the French colonialists and it would be an act of historic violence to exclude them. The estimate of the domination of the front by the communists ranged from mild to total and there was no authentic arbiter of these estimates available to chaplain dryer was most forceful in his Challenge to a american civilians who Are coming to Vietnam these Days with preconceived ideas. They spend a few Days Here interviewing people interviews primarily to strengthen and support their preconceived ideas. Then they return to the United states As self proclaimed experts on the Vietnam he closed his statement by asserting that a your present policy of continuing the military struggle is not a pleasant one especially for those of us who Are Over Here but the Prospect of giving in to a brutal tyrannical aggressor is much less attractive. If pressure is to be brought let it be applied to the Side which refuses to consider any peaceful negotiations not to the Side that stands Ever ready to consider any honorable proposal for invitation accepted president Zalman Khazar has accepted an invitation to pay an official visit to Argentina. By Nathan Kaplan the Johnson administration now believes the mounting criticism of soviet discrimination has budged the Kremlin to Grant minor concessions to jews. One year ago the White House expressed private concern whether criticism of the soviet regime would help or Hurt russian jewry the administration shift in thinking was reported by Chicago s rabbi Seymour Cohen president of the synagogue coun cil of America. Returning from the Washington Quot Vigil for soviet jewry the rabbi disclosed an Exchange of views Between a jewish delegation and presidential aide my George Bundy. Bundy is considered by Washington observers As president Johnson s key advisor on foreign affairs. Cohen said a Bundy claims the administration is doing its utmost within the framework of our present relationship with the soviet a Bundy gave his views on soviet society some of which was off the record. He explained to us what he considered the inherent difficulties a rabbi Cohen said. According to rabbi Cohen Bundy disclosed that a year ago when he met with a delegation from the american jewish conference on soviet jewry he asked himself the question whether american protests would help or Hurt the russian jews. He said the russians appear sensitive to criticism which May have led to the relaxing of some restrictions. A we informed Bundy that Only a fundamental change could Avert the spiritual attrition of soviet jews and that we intend to keep up the pressure Quot rabbi Cohen said. A your government must place this among the priority list of problems of Liberty around the rabbi Cohen told How the russian delegation pretended a not to be in when the rabbi entertainer Theodore Bikel and Rev. John Cronin of the National Catholic welfare Council appeared at the embassy to ring the Bell. They intended to present petitions of Appeal. A we rang and rang. Every shutter was drawn. Finally the Odore Bikel wrote on a petition a a million More of these and slipped it under the door. Kosher hotel Marseilles 7 centrally air conditioned Dally per person double occur. 25 of 116 rooms oct. 7 to dec. 1 includes modified american plan full breakfast and deluxe dinner Idee. 21&Quot to in each room 5�lmmln fool private Sand Leoti Merlyln Manl end rite forking., full time mosh Gloch Rafig Lovi larva i color tro Diore write or Rolli kitchenettes Ava Harle i 7-7142 oceanfront at 17th st. Miami Beach. Fla. Rabbi Seymour Cohen keep up the pressure As we reached the walk a Telegram messenger stepped up to the embassy door and rang. The door was opened at rabbi Cohen said the conference will continue to arouse pub Lic opinion. He expressed gratification for support from he National religious Community tiv in rights leaders and labor groups. He said organized jewry s Unity of purpose was a exceptionally he a to the Asj is at least a restoration of jew a rights of t�?Tj48. He noted that the Volga germans of the i Hraibe who fought for Hitler had it r cultural rights recently restored. He said efforts will be made to gain soviet compliance with the declaration of human rights the russians Are a signatory to the United Nat ions sponsored treaty. One of these rights says rabbi Cohen is to allow reunification of families separated by political boundaries. Rabbi Cohen stressed the need to rally jewish co Liege youth o assert themselves on jewish civil rights in the soviet Union. A your College youth Ore very concerned about the amelioration of wrongs against All people they should also be concerned about the rect Ifica on of wrongs against their own Israel fashion designer invited to United states Washington that Israel s fashions Are slowly making inroads into High Quality stores in the United states was shown with the invitation by an israeli designer to attend the opening of the Hucht company a new department store Here. She is mrs. Toporek whose designs Are manufactured by her husbands firm known As Jandoli. She Hopes to be Able to present mrs. Lyndon Johnson with one of her designs made especially for the first lady but that depends on protocol which must first establish that mrs. Johnson will accept the gift. Mrs. Toporek will also visit Kaufman a in Pittsburgh for that Well known store s Israel fashion week and meet with the fashion buyer for Dallas Nie Man and Marcus store. The ensemble which is mrs. Tap Oreka a concept of what would suit a first lady is made up of a Blue and Green Tweed coat with a Matching skirt and 80acres of fun at mid America s fabulous resort. A playtime Paradise where you la enjoy i Jhu a terrific food t1 y. A Beautiful heated Pool a and Patio i All sports a gala floor show free Golf now Low Rof if Pom h pm. In Quot where vacation dreams come Ruef is South Haven Michigan Pont 037 0110 aim 61� a sleeveless pure silk Blouse of Orest Green. Smartly Tailo a and Demi fitted the coat has High Raglan sleeves buttoned Halfway Down and Falls into a natural double Pleat in the Back. The skirt slightly flared has Slit pockets and the Blouse tine hand stitching at neck and sides. The three piece ensemble weighs barely a kilo half the weight of an average Winter coat. Mrs. Toporek tells us. On her trip mrs. Toporek brought with her in addition to her Owa wardrobe of originals which she designed especially Tor her trip a collection of 15 pieces of Jandoli coat and suit fashions in Wool and suede. When the Hecht buyers who attended the fashion week m Israel last March said enthusiastically a you must come to the .,�?� the Tapo Reks did not pay much attention. A Short while water came the official invitation and an airline ticket the National jewish Post and opinion j published week y�?$7 per year Ted Tariol and circulation offices new York edition 79 Madison nyc National and Indianapolis edition 611 n. Pork Avo. St. Louis edition 6235 Olive blvd. Louisville edition 2004 Grinsted or. Chicago edition 72 e. 11th st All communications involving editorial material for the National edition should be addressed to 611 North pork ave., Indianapolis ind. This includes letters to the editor. All National circulation correspondence should also be addressed to the Indianapolis address. 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