JERUSALEM (Jul. 1)
About 2,000 policemen will be assigned for the three day ceremonies which will mark the reinterment of Vladimir Jabotinsky’s body when it reaches Israel from New York on July 7, it was reported here today.
When the remains arrive at Lydda Airport, the Israel Defense Forces will be represented there by the top officers of the Army, Navy and Air Force, The commander of the Jerusalem District will represent the Defense Forces at the last phase of the funeral, while a military company will provide a guard of honor at the cemetery. Israel girl soldiers will place a wreath on the graves of Mr. and Mrs. Jabotinsky.