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November 11, 1966 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-11-11

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Israel is Not Discouraged by `Nyet! in UN

(Continued from Page 1)
Jerusalem sites, and that Israel
security officials were planning ex-
tension of the new barrier.
A spokesman for the Israeli
army announced that Syrian gun
posts in the hills overlooking the
upper Galilee had opened fire Fri-
day night on the Israeli settlement
of Ashmura. Israeli troops returned
the fire, and the exchange lasted
about 70 minutes. No one was
injured on the Israeli side. Israel
filed a complaint against Syria
with the Israeli-Syrian Mixed Ar-
mistice Commission.
In another place in the Galilee,
the spokesman said, an Israeli
border patrol found an unexploded,
buried land mine of the type used
by the Syrian army. The mine was
found opposite the Syrian gun
position at Tel Aziziat, near which
Israel has suffered a number of
casualties recently due to land
mine explosions.
Israeli sources reacted with
mixed feelings of both satisfac-
tion and disappointment over the
culmination of the United Na-
tions Security Council's three-
week debate on Israel's coin-
plaint against Syria, charging the
Damascus government with re-
sponsibility for last month's pat-
tern of terrorist raids into Israel,
JTA reports from Jerusalem.
Noting that 10 of the Security
Council's members, including the
United States, Britain and France,
voted in favor of the final resolu-
tion facing the Council—with the
draft failing of adoption only be-
cause of a Soviet veto—Israeli
sources pointed with satisfaction
to the steadfast leadership shown
on this issue by the United States,
and the fact that, of the Council's
three African members, only one
—the Moslem state of Mali—voted
in the negative alongside the USSR.
The fact that the resolution itself
was "lukewarm" in its reprimand
of Syria was attributed to the limi-
tations imposed by the interna-
tional situation. The Soviet veto
came as no surprise here, in view
of Moscow's disruptive influence
in the Middle East.
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Council, on Friday, the Soviet ex-
ercise of its veto defeated a six-
power resolution which "invited"
Syria to strengthen measures to
prevent terrorist raids into Israel
in the future. Co-sponsors of the
resolution were Argentina, Japan,
New Zealand, the Netherlands, Ni-
geria and Uganda. Voting with
these six were the United States,
Britain, France and Uruguay. Back-
ing the USSR's decisive negative
vote were Jordan, Mali and Bul-
garia. Nationalist China abstained.)
Abba Eban, Israel foreign
minister, disagrees with those
who view last week's new, Syrian-
Egyptian military treaty as a
positive development that would
contribute toward peace on Is-
rael's border with Syria.
Evaluating the foreign affairs
situation before a meeting of the
Cabinet in Jerusalem, Eban said
that Syria's recent actions in en-
couraging and not halting terrorist
raids into Israel were the result
of the internal situation inside
(Iraq pledged support to Syria
against Israel although no formal
pact exists between Syria and Iraq.
In a broadcast over Radio Bagh-
dad, Iraqi President Abdel Rahman
Aref said Iraq would "rush to the
aid" of Syria in event of military
action by Israel. The Iraqi Presi-
dent said he regarded Iraq as a
member of the military accord
reached last week between Egypt
and Syria.)
Eban discussed with the Cabinet
the results of last week's action in
the United Nations Security Coun-
cil. He called Israel's move in
taking the issue to the Security
Council "successful," resulting in
important moral backing for Is-
rael's accusations against Syria.
Bull Discusses Guerrilla
Incursions Into Israel
Odd Bull, chief of staff of the
United Nations Truce Supervision
Organization, discussed the re-
newal of guerrilla incursions near
the Syrian border with Moshe
Sasson, director of the armistice
affairs division of the I s r a e l
Foreign Ministry
It was believed that Sasson ex-
pressed sharp criticism to Gen.
Bull of the failure of the Israeli-
Jordanian Mixed Armistice Com-
mission to find Jordan responsible
for some of the recent incidents.
The Israeli official also reportedly
reiterated Israel's proposal for an
expansion of UNTSO activities in
the direction of more active meas-

ures to prevent clashes with infil-
I n f or m ed sources here said
that saboteurs who were trained
in Algeria were among the El
Fatah guerrillas infiltrating into
Israel. They said the saboteurs
were sent to North Africa a year
ago for training in guerrilla war-
fare and sabotage and that the
saboteurs returned to Syria a few
months ago and were now concen-
trated in bases near Damascus.
It was reported Tuesday that a
Syrian frontier post north of the
Sea of Galilee fired several bursts
at an Israeli aircraft which was
within Israeli air space.
Syrian Chief of State
Calls for 'Liberation
War' Against Israel
LONDON (JTA) — The Syrian
chief of state, in a new threat
against Israel, said that Arabs
could regain their "rights in
Palestine" only by "a war of lib-
eration" against Israel, it was re-
ported from Damascus.
Dr. Nurredin Attassi, who is
also secretary general of Syria's
ruling Ba'ath Party, also urged
citizens of all Arab countries to
join in a "popular mobilization"
in Syria and that recruiting offices
were open to any Arab. The Syrian
Government began such a mobili-
zation campaign two weeks ago,
and a Syrian spokesman said that
150,000 persons had been recruited
to Nov. 3.
The occasion was the annual
denunciation in the Arab countries
of the issuance of the Balfour
Declaration by Britain, on Nov. 2,
1917, favoring a Jewish national
home in Palestine.
Ask Punishment for Jordan
Saboteurs at Souvenir Shop

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — The Israeli-
Jordan Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion urged Jordan Tuesday to
trace and punish the saboteurs
who came from Jordanian territory
and blew up a souvenir shop at
Ein Gedi on Oct. 20.
The resolution was approved by
the United Nations MAC chairman
and the Israeli delegate. It "de-
plored the acts and condemned
the perpetrators" in urging Jordan
to find and punish the guerrillas
and "take all necessary measures
to halt their activities."
However, the MAC failed to find
Jordan itself responsible for the
incident. The shop, located on the
Israeli shore of the Dead Sea near
the border, was closed at the time
of the explosion.

6—Friday, November 11, 1966

Safran Again Federation Head

Hyman Safran has been re-elect-
ed president of the Jewish Welfare
Federation for a third term at the
board of governors meeting Monday
at the Butzel Memorial Building.
Alan E. Schwartz, member of
the Federation's executive com-
mittee and chairman of the health
and welfare division, was elected
vice president along with Jack 0.
Lefton and Paul Zuckerman who
were re-elected to vice-presiden-
cies. William Avrunin continues
as secretary.
Erwin S. Simon, president of the
United Jewish Charities, was elect..
ed treasurer.
Sol Eisenberg, 1965-66 Allied
Jewish Campaign general chair-
man, and Milton J. Miller, presi-
dent of the Jewish Community
Center, were elected members-at-
large of the executive committee.
Re-elected to the committee are

Charles H. Gershenson, Ire
Green, Mrs. Harry L. Jones, Lo -
LaMed,.Phillip Stollman and A. Aiz---
fred Taubman.
Mrs. Joseph H. Ehrlich and
Judge Theodore Levin were named
honorary members of the board
of governors.

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel's will have to reside in special
government announced that the areas, and will not be allowed to
system of military government travel without special passes. The
over certain border areas and 250 are men who have either com-
other regions heavily populated by mitted serious offenses against
Israeli Arabs will definitely be the security of the state, or are
abolished as of Dec. 1.
known for their extreme, pro-
The announcement was made Arab nationalist views.
by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
afteic a Sunday late-night meet-
Adversity's sweet milk, Philoso-
ing of the Cabinet. He had as- phy. — Shakespeare.
sured the Cabinet that the secur-
ity of the state could be ensured
without continuance of the mili-
tary government. He said in his
official announcement that the
duties of the military governor
system would be turned over to
the relevant civilian authorities.
It was revealed, however, that
about 250 Arab citizens of Israel,
who are on a special "blacklist,"
Milan Wineries,. Detroit, Mich.
will still be under military rule,





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project at the Albert Einstein
College of Medicine of Yeshiva

NEW YORK — Dr. Bernhard University.
Zondek, one of the world's lead-
ing gynecologists and professor
emeritus of gynecology at the He-
brew University-Hadassah Medical
School in Jerusalem, died here
Tuesday at age 75.
He was co-discoverer, along with
Dr. Paul Aschheim, a pathologist,
of the Aschheim-Zondek test in
use today throughout the world
to determine pregnancy in the first
Born in Germany, Dr. Zondek
emigrated in 1934 to Palestine,
where he served as professor and
head of the hormone research
laboratory at the Hebrew Uni-
versity-Hadassah Medical School
and Hospital. He became profes-
sor emeritus in 1961. He was the
author of numerous works on
gynecology and obstetrics and was
affiliated with the leading profes-
sional societies in his field
throughout the world.
At the time of his death, Dr.
Zondek was conducting a research


Israel Abandons Military
Administration for Arabs

Dr. Bernhard Zondek, Gynecologist
and Hebrew U. Professor Emeritus

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)


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12 days-5 ports
Dec. 22
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12 days-4 ports
14 days-6 ports
Jan. 17
Feb. 1
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Feb. 16
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annual anquet

Wednesday, November 30 - Cobo Hall

Guest Speaker

Guest Artist

Theodore Bikel

Dr. Ormond Drake

Yugoslavia Jewish Center

center was inaugurated in Skopje
as part of the celebration of the
400th anniversary of Jewish set-
tlement in Yugoslavia. The center
bears the name of Dr. Albert Vajs,
the late president of the Union of
Jewish Communities of Yugoslavia
and member of the world execu-
tive of the World Jewish Congress.

Dinner: 7:00 p.m.

Cocktails: 6:00 p.m.

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