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October 06, 1961 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-06

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Slim Loses Ground for Post of UN Head
Because of Snub to Golda Meir; Arabs
Attack Israel, U.S., Britain in Assembly

Mrs. Meir, accompanied by 0
assa
Amb
d or
Mich ae
1 S . omay,
C
Meir approaching the Kennedy
Israel's permanent representa- reception line, and to have as-
tive at the United Nations, sured the Americans there would
conferred with Adlai E. Ste- be other diplomatic and social
venson, head of the American occasions when he would shake
delegation to the UN, and hands with Mrs. Meir.
pointed out to him that be-
Despite this inferred policy,
cause Tunisia is a member of
the feeling among numerous
the Arab League, Slim and his
delegations here was that while
government. are so firmly com-
as president of the General
mitted to an anti-Israel atti-
Assembly Slim is only "a par-
tude that it would be absolute-
liamentary traffic cop guiding
ly impossible for him to handle
procedures," his position of
any Arab-Israeli issue in a
- Acting Secretary General would
spirit of neutrality.
require absolute proof of his
In their talk with Stevenson, being abl i t with absolute
Mrs. Meir and Comay poi
neutr i n substantive is-
that Slim's and Tu ,a's
sues.
ity to Israel g a n
the Arab
start
of year S
cly committed to
last
ction of the State of
whe snubb
," Mrs. Meir said: "Any
ed his
had
y that is a member of the
er than shak
ague cannot, should not,
Israeli Foreig
son as UN Secretary
Comay at a re
the Middle East,
gation c
more important fac-
Pr
observers, the Unit-
tons Emergency Force,
so on, are directly under the
direction of the Secretary-Gen-
eral."
Mrs. Meir expressed the opin-
ion that peace between Israel and
the hostile Arab states must
come, sooner or later. "I am con-
vinced of that," she declared.
With regard to the revolt in
Syria, she said that Israel, while
being watchful over develop-
ments in Syria, is following an
old principle of non-interference
in the affairs of other countries.
Meanwhile, this year's Arab at-
tack against Israel in the current
General Assembly was delivered
Tuesday by Ahmad Shukairy,
chairman of the Saudi Arabian
delegation who, for several years
now, has been the self-anointed
principal anti - Israel spokesman
on behalf of the Arab bloc.
Harry A. Keller
The Shukairy attack singled
Formerly Controller of
out Britain and the United
Speedway Petroleum Corp.
has joined the
States as prime supporters of
Israel. In hitting at the United
New York Life Insurance Co.
States, he included directly or
1825 1st National Building
through s a r c a s m everybody
field
underwriter.
Com-
as a
from former President Harry
bining 25 years experience
S. Truman to President John
as a practicing accountant
F. Kennedy, from Secretary
with a knowledge of Life
of State Dean Rusk to Adlai
Insurance, he offers a unique
service in the areas of plan-
E. Stevenson, chairman of the
ning f am i l y security anti
American delegation here. As-
business life insurance.
sailing U.S. help to Israel, he
Mr. Keller is a graduate of
said:
City College of New York in
"If we are to stockpile all the
1936, and Cornell University
in 1948. He is a Certified resolutions passed by the United
Public Accountant, and a States in support of Israel, and
member of the American if we are to add up the grand
Institute of C.P.A., a n d total of United States economic
the Michigan Association of and military assistance extended
C.P.A. He is well known in
this area for his many civic to Israel — the conclusion is
activities, first as an officer dreadful. One would then be led
in the Jewish War Veterans, to believe that this country is
and more recently as an of- not the United States, it is Great-
ficer and founder of the er Israel."
Federation of Southfield
Unlike his attitude in past
Home Owners, and the Mayor Assemblies, when he sought spe-
Citizens Advisory Committee cific actions against Israel' rang-
of Southfield.
ing from outlawing of Jewish

immigration to dismemberment
of the Jewish State and its "re-
turn to the Arab Nation," Shu-
kairy this time asked the United
Nations and the United States
only "to leave Israel on its own."
What he demanded was that
no further help of any kind be
given to Israel, either by the
Western Powers or by the
United Nations, while the
Arab states "do everything in
our power to help Palestine re-
gain its unity, Jerusalem to re-
deem its integrity, and the peo-
ple to rebuild their national
entity. We shall do everything
in our power to make peace
reign again in the land of
peace. Peace based on justice
is our ultimate goal in Pales-
tine."

DORTMUND, (JTA) — Thre
former Gestapo members w
on trial here on charges of
ticipation in the mass sho
of Jews in Lithuania in the
of 1944.
Two of them, Alfred
bath, 54, and Wilhelm Gerk
belonged to the notorious
Einsatz commando unit. They are
charged with taking part in the
shooting of 900 Jews.
The activities of the unit, one
of many created by the Gestapo
to follow the victorious German
troops with the assignment of
killing Jews and "other undesir-
able elements," were the sub-
stance oetwo earlier major trials
in West Germany during the
past three years.
Hermann Ernst-Jahr, - 51, the
third of the defendants, was
chief of the wartime Gestapo
headquarters in Tilsit. He is be-
ing tried on charges of ordering

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IT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, October 6, 1961

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., (JTA)--The chances for
the Tunisian delegate, Mongi Slim, president of the cur-
rent session of the United Nations General Assembly,
to succeed the late Dag Hammarskjold as UN Secretary
General today continued to become weaker because of
his snubbing Israel's Foreign Minister Mrs. Golda Meir
at President Kennedy's reception last week.
More and more delegates from various countries
disqualified Slim from the neutral position which the
executive head of the United Nations must maintain.
The consensus among most of the delegations was that
the representative of Tunisia was out of the running
for Hammarskjold's post.
.
Mrs. Meir today continued her contacts with other
foreign ministers attending the current session. She met
with Ato K. Yifrum, acting Foreign Minister of Ethiopia.
Over the weekend, she conferred with the Foreign Min-
ister of Iran, Yadollah Azodi.

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