U Thant, Fearing New Conflict, Calls for Mid-East Talks
(From /IA News Services to The Jewish News)
UNITED NATIONS—The fear that new fighting between
Israel and Syria may "erupt again as it did last month" when
Israel shot down six Syrian warplanes was expressed by United
Nations Secretary-General U Thant in a communication by
him Wednesday to the UN Security Council.
The communication in-
The UN secretary-general noted
cluded the text of a message
this must be done because
sent by Thant two days ago that
"it is not possible for the time
to General Odd Bull, chief of being to expect any fruitful con-
the UN Truce Supervision vening of a meeting of the Israel-
Organization, instructing him Syrian Mixed Armistice Commis-
to initiate as soon as pos- sion which Syria refuses to attend.
sible, separate discussions with
The Israeli government opened
,-,Syria and Israel in an effort an intensive effort at home and
'To achieve an understanding abroad Wednesday to convey to
on armistice demarcation line" major governments that Israel
could not acquiesce in the latest
between the two countries.
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outbreak of Syrian aggression and
terrorist acts carried out in Israeli
Israeli envoys in the capitals of
member states in the United
Nations Security Council were sent
instructions to that effect Wednes-
day morning by Foreign Minister
Abba Eban. Similar action will be
taken in Jerusalem. Premier Levi
Eshkol and Eban planned to meet
with a number of foreign envoys
to discuss the gravity with which
Israel views the border situation.
The Israeli envoys have also
been instructed to bring to the
attention of the governments
Israel's determination to react as
any other government would to
protect the lives of its citizens and
its territorial integrity if aggression
Eban also issued a warning to
Syria against believing it could
send marauders into Israel without
risking an Israeli response. Ad-
dressing a Hebrew University
students meeting, he stressed also
that Israel would not accept con-
tinued Syrian aggression and said
"Every government with a healthy
international conscience is duty-
bound to side with Israel's refusal
to acquiesce in such aggression."
He also called for strengthening
the armistice agreements and for
their implementation in spirit and
Israeli police units, meanwhile,
began !Tuesday night to patrol
roads in northern Israel and
along the border to ensure Syrian army equipment. The gun-
security for civilian traffic dur- ners moved into Lebanese territory
about 15 miles from the Syrian
ing night hours. The patrols
were ordered after the latest border. (A report from Damascus
mine incident Monday night on confirmed that the shelling was
the Tiberias - Rosh Pina road done by the Syrian terrorist group,
where Syrian terrorists planted Al Assefa.)
In another weekend incident,
a mine and then detonated it
electrically, wrecking a truck. five members of a northern kibutz
escaped injury when a pickup truck
There were no casualties.
Premier Levi Eshkol and Chief in which they were riding hit a
of Staff Yitghak Rabin briefed mine and was wrecked in Upper
the parliamentary security and Galilee near the Lebanese border.
The Vehicle, driven by a Daram
foreign affairs committee Tuesday
on the latest border incidents and settlement member and carrying
Israel's over all security situation. Sasa settlement residents, had al-
It was reported the government most reached Daram when the
took a grave view of the newest driver saw a suspicious object on
Syrian incursion and particularly the road. He immediately swerved
the vehicle but it detonated the
the Tiberias-Rosh Pina incident.
Premier Eshkol asserted that mine, blasting the truck off the
Syria was the main base for the ground.
terrorist activities of the El Fatah
Footprints of f our men were
commando group. He also said, in found leading to the Lebanese
an interview with the army weekly, border.
Bamahne, that no country could
Last week, three infiltrators
suffer silently and endlessly ag- from Lebanese territory clashed
gressive acts committed by its with an Israeli patrol in Upper
enemies. He raised the possibility Galilee. After an exchange of fire
that El Fatah members we r e the marauders fled back into
trained by the Chinese Communists. Lebanon, leaving behind a plastic
The Israel Cabinet discussed container filled with explosives.
Sunday the new tactics of Syrian Israel complained to the Mixed
terrorists last weekend in the fir- Armistice Commission.
ing of mortar shells into Israel
In another incident, infiltrators
from Lebanese territory.
The acting chief of staff of coming from the Hebron hills area
Jordan tried to blow up a cul-
Israel's army, Brigadier General
Ezer Weizmann said that the new vert on the Dvir-Lahav road in
Lachish area. The culvert,
military tactics by Syrian terrorists
seem to emulate the tactics used located about five miles from the
by Viet Cong guerrillas.
The Syrians fired seven 60-mm
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other there could not be found.
The new tactic apparently was de-
cided on, officials said here, after
several groups of marauders were
intercepted recently by Israeli
patrols. The shelling lasted three
to four „minutes. Army experts
said 60-mm mortars are standard
Jordanian border, was not
The Israeli delegation walked
out of a meeting of the Israeli.
Jordan Mixed Armistice Com-
mission May 3 in a largely
symbolic gesture of protest. The
walkout took place when it was
learned that Jordanian workers
were doing some work in the
building where the meeting took
The Israelis left the session be-
provides that both countries must
approve any changes in the build-
ing before they can be made. The
gesture was symbolic in that it
was understood that the Israelis
will return to the MAC sessions
at a later date.
After the walkout, the commis-
sion critized Israel for allegedly
making changes without Jordan's
approval, in the Mandelbaum Gate
which separates Israel-held new
Jerusalem from Jordan-held old
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Yeshiva U. Dinner to Pay Honor
to La's-en; Committees Named
More than 80 representatives of
the community are serving on the
committee for the 12th annual din-
ner of the Detroit Friends of Ye-
shiva University in honor of Dan-
iel A. Laven, June 21, at the Shera-
Attorney Alfred A. May is chair-
The occasion will be highlighted
by the presentation to Laven of
the Yeshiva University Distinguish-
ed Service Award, presented an-
nually to civic leaders in the na-
tion considered most outstanding
in aiding the university's scholar-
ship program. Senator Abraham A.
Ribicoff will be guest speaker.
Contributions are to establish
scholarships at the university,
ranging from four-year to one-
year scholarships and partial,
one-year scholarships. Scholar-
ships may be named in honor of
the donor or in memory of loved
Co-chairmen are Nathan Fish-
man and Dr. Jacob E. Goldman.
David Goldberg is treasurer, and
Nathan I. Goldin is secretary.
Serving as honorary chairmen
are Abraham Borman, Tom Bor-
man, Louis M. Elliman, Max M.
Fisher, Irwin Green, Morris Kar-
bal, Judge Nathan J. Kaufman,
Edward C. Levy, John E. Lurie,
Philip Slomovitz, Max Stollman
and Phillip Stollman.
Nathan Freedland is chairman
of the scholarship committee. Serv-
ing with him are:
Louis Berry, Jack Bushkin, Avern
Cohn, Irwin I. Cohn, Reuben Dubrin-
sky, Charles Grosberg,
burger, Samuel Hechtman, Joseph
Holtzman. Benjamin Levinson, Hyman
Lipsitz, Meyer Rosen, and Julius Roten-
8—Friday, May 12, 1967
Heading the dinner executive
committee as chairman is Rabbi
Hayim Donin, spiritual leader of
Cong. Bnai David. On his commit-
Norman Allen, Philip Ash, Samuel
Berger, Mandell L. Berman, David I.
Berris,_Paul Borman, Morris Brandwine,
Harry Brodsky, Robert Brody, Howard
S. Danzig, Sol Eisenberg, Julius Feigel-
man, Morton Feigenson, Joseph D.
Feldman, Walter L. Field, Dr. Leon
Fill, Samuel Frankel, Hyman Freed-
land. Joseph Frankel, William Genser,
Rabbi Israel Goodman, Rabbi James I.
Gordon, Jack Greisman, Rabbi Irwin
Groner, Rabbi Israel Halpern and Irv-
ing A. Hershman.
Also Rabbi Nechemiah Katz, Harry B.
Korman, Rabbi Max Kupistin, Jack J.
Kraisman, Joseph Lee, Sol Lessman,
Morris Ben Lewis, Jack Lieberman,
Harry H. Lipton, Rabbi Joel Litke,
Emanuel Litvin, David A. Miro, Meyer
H. Must, Irving I. Palman, Henry Pari-
ser, David Pollack, Rabbi Samuel Prero,
Rabbi Charles Rosenzweig, Rabbi Jacob
E. Segal, Asa Shapiro. Dr. Maurice M.
Silverman, Richard Sloan, Carmi Slomo-
viz, Nathan Soberman, Harold Soble,
Samuel B. Solomon, Max Sossin, Rabbi.
Samuel Stollman, Jack Sylvan, Morris
Tulupman, William J. Weinstein. Eugene
Weiss, Rabbi Jerome B. Wolicke,
Charles Wolpin, David P. Zack and
Rabbi Ephriiun Zimand.
Officers of the Detroit Friends
of Yeshiva University are Abra-
ham Borman, chairman; Edward
C. Levy and John E. Lurie, co-
chairmen; David Goldberg, trea-
urer; and Nathan I. Goldin, secre-
Jack M. Levine is the dinnerco-
ordinator with offices at 518 Micli-
gan Building, 963-0910.
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