100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

September 15, 1967 - Image 14

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-15

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Outward Conditions Normal, UN Envoy Finds ,

14—Friday, September 15, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

giving maximum attention
to
mediate environs. The subcom- to the problem of shipping through
social welfare and religious af-
(Continued from Page 1)
fortifying approaches to Damascus,
mittee will consist of representa- the Gulf of Suez.
fairs, "made it very clear,"
the Syrian capital. New positions
Regarding Jerusalem's o u t -
Observers suggested this is the
stated Thalmann, "that Israel tives of the ministry of the interior,
are being placed on all roads
w a rd appearance, Thalmann
as well as of other ministries and reason behind the general's post-
was taking every step to place
leading to Damascus.
said he was "struck by the great
ponement
of a meeting he had
of
the
municipality.
under its sovereignty those parts
* •
activity in the streets of the
of the city which were not con-
The Jerusalem City Council im- scheduled to discuss the question
city." "The uniforms," he stated
with the Israel Defense Minister, Israel Repatriates
trolled by Israel before June
mediately
met
in
special
session
to
"were few and the weapons few-
1967."
register its unanimous protest Gen. Moshe Dayan. They believe 346 Egyptian Civilians,
er. The military policemen went
The ambassador reported that against the decision of the ministry. Gen. Bull has sent his file on the 8 Wounded Soldiers
about their duties in a matter-
The council adopted a resolution gulf shipping question to United
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israel re-
of-fact way. They appeared to be , Israel had already started to apply
Nations Headquarters in New
mostly concerned with directing I Israeli laws to East Jerusalem, declaring the ministry's action to York where the General Assembly patriated 346 Egyptian civilians
be
an
"usurpation
of
the
rights
and
eight wounded soldiers Mon-
although
implementation
of
some
the traffic, which was quite
laws had been delayed by the Is- and jurisdictions of the city and will deal further with Middle East day, under an arrangement nego-
heavy. The picture of the crowd
problems,
beginning
next
Monday.
tiated by the International Red
raelis until Arab. texts of those its planning commission."
in the Old City was dominated
The dispute regarding shipping
laws are ready for distribution to
Further opposition to govern- in the Gulf of Suez involves Is- Cross, it was announced here. The
by the tourists. Arabs and Jews
group was ferried across the Suez
the Arab residents. He stated also ment plans to expropriate all
were mingling. To the destruc-
that Israel had assured him that parts of the Old City developed rael's principle of mutuality. Under Canal at Kantara. Included were
tion of the war new destruction
that formula, Israel insists, either
all
attention
was
being
paid
to
292
officials and teachers from the
Tuesday
when
leaders
of
the
re-
had been added. Bulldozers had
both Israel and Egypt are to be Gaza Strip , whose wives and chil-
make sure that the Arab residents ligious parties spoke against them
cleared the walls which sepa-
allowed to send their ships through dren were returned to Egypt
"would have the opportunity to in the K n e s s e t (Parliament).
rated the firing lines, as well as
neither.
bring their standard of living up Speakers of both Agudat Israel the gulf—or
Aug. 3.
many houses in the area of the
On the Syrian front, an Israeli
to the level prevailing in Israel." and the National Religious Party
former no man's land. Also in
driver was wounded Monday in
Related Cables on M.P. Issues,
Thalmann, declared that yeshivas and other
In general, said
the walled city one could see the
the Israeli- occupied GOla n
Pages 2, 10, 29, 30
"the Israeli authorities stated that religious bodies possessing land
debris of leveled houses.
Heights, when he stepped off a
unification had meant that the would be the main sufferers from
tractor and detonated a mine,
"There was direct access to the underdeveloped economy of the "upbuilding" proposals for the
near Tewfiq. Many mines are
Old City through many newly made eastern sector had come into con- area.
still embedded in the area and
roads and through the reopened tact'with the more developed econ-
Arab
residents
of
the
town
of
engineers have a full-time job
gates. Outside the walled city the om , of the western sector."
and
Jenia
in
the
occupied
west
bank
of clearing the area.
scars of battle were more notice-
The report included copies of
area have surrendered to the
Israeli officials reported Tues-
able. Also a number of shops were the various complaints given to
Israeli military authorities 80
day that the Syrians were near-
closed. Most of the hotels had re- Thalmann by Arab leaders, lay and
firearms of various types, in-
ing completion of a new defense
opened. Before dawn and during religious, and were almost entirely
FOR SALE OR LEASE
cluding
Bren
machineguns
and
deployment along the cease-fire
the war the muezzin could be heard opposed to Israel's civilian rule
Russian
assault
rifles,
it
was
dis-
line, east of the Israeli-occupied
as well as the church bells."
• 2 BUILDINGS
over East Jerusalem. On the other
closed Wednesday. The Israelis
Golan Heights. From Israeli posi-
Since Thant had appointed his
hand, Thalmann stated, some Arabs
have been conducting a persist-
• 2 SCALES
tions near the cease-fire line,
personal representative on Jeru-
did accept Israel's authority and
ent campaign to round up arms
Syrian workers were seen rushing
salem in response to authoriza-
are trying to live with and under held by the civilian population
construction of new positions and
tion by the special assembly
it.
of the area.
fortifications, the officials said.
session, he included also a letter
The Arab notables accused Is-
In Gaza, a three-judge panel im- They added that the Syrians were
from. Israel's Foreign Minister
rael of violating both Moslem
posed sentences of up to 10 years'
Abba Eban, dealing with Israel's
and Christian holy places — but
imprisonment on Arabs convicted
views regarding Jerusalem unifi-
no Christian complaints of the of illegal possession of weapons.
cation. The special assembly de-
HIGH. HOLYDAY SERVICES
nature were included in the
Occupation of Gaza by Israel forces
clared Israel's unification of
Thalmann report. The Arab lead-
had been accompanied by serious
in the new Sanctuary of
Jerusalem "invalid."
ers said that many of Israel's
sniping, and it was established
In his letter to Thant, Eban
laws are contrary not only to
that a large number of members
their law, as instituted by Jordan
stated:
of the so-called Palestine Libera-
but are also against the precepts
"A salient fact of Jerusalem's
tion Army, a terrorist force, had
24061 Coolidge, Oak Pork
of
Koranic
law.
life today is the intrinsic necessity
kept their arms and infiltrated the
of ensuring equal rights and op-
All of the documents submitted civilian population.
SEATS
NOW
AVAILABLE TO NON-MEMBERS
portunities to all the city's resi- to Thalmann by Israel, also in-
*
s
dents by extending to them the eluded in the report, denied all of Egyptians Renew Firing
For information on reservations call 398-1177
same public services and facilities. the Arab accusations implicitly in Suez Area UN
No international or other interest or directly.
Office open 7:00-9:00 P.M. (Sunday - Thursday)
Fails to Resolve Dispute
would be served by the institution
Informal comments by Israelis JERUSALEM (JTA) — An Is-
of divisions and barriers which here indicated that they were well raeli soldier was wounded Tues-
would only sharpen tension and satisified with the Thalmann ob- day morning in a renewal of shoot-
generate discrimination. This does servations as made public by Thant. ing across the Suez Canal from
not foreclose the final settlement ,
Lt. Gen. Odd Bull, United Na-
Egyptian positions on the west
I
'
of certain important aspects of the
tions
cease fire observance chief,
bank of the waterway. The firing
Announces that the sale of tickets for the High Holy Days
ti
Je rusalem situation which lie at
has reportedly failed in his con-
was touched off by Egyptian anti-
for its Sanctuary
the origin of the international in-
ta cts with the Egyptian govern-
aircraft shooting at an Israeli plane
Schaefer corner Clarita
terest in the city. I refer to the . ment in efforts to find a solution
flying over the Israeli-held Sinai
need to secure appropriate expres-
to the problem of shipping
torritory, near the east bank of
and for the auxiliary services held in the
sion of the special interest of the
through the Suez Canal.
the canal.
Labor Zionist Auditorium
three great religions in Jerusalem.
servers suggest this is the
Egyptian
positions
on
the
west
19161 Schaefer Highway
It is our urgent desire'to promote It
this objective in cooperation with re n behind the general's post- bank of the Suez Canal opened
will take place at the Synagogue
the universal interests concerned. poning a meeting he had scheduled machine-gun fire Wednesday on
Daily from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. and Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00.
discuss the question with Israel an Israeli mobile patrol on the
I am confident that in an atmo- to Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan. east bank. The Israelis returned
sphere of international tranquility
For information: Mr. L Laufer, Ticket Chairman, 398-7146
They believe Gen. Bull has sent the fire. There were no Israeli
substantial progress could be made
or Rabbi S. Zachariash, 341-1595
tow a r d s this aim, which has his file on the shipping question casualties in the brief exchange.
to United Nations headquarters in '
Israeli sources said Wednesday
hitherto had no concrete fulfill-
Synagogue Membership Available
New York, where the secretariat that direct hits were scored in
meat:
"We are now concentrating on will have to deal with Middle East T u e s d a y's artillery duel near
Kantara. They said that flames
this task. It is ourpolicy to ensure problems arising out of Egypt's I
I were seen high above the posi-
that the Moslem. as well as the refusal to negotiate.
* * * .
tion and that a direct hit was
LIVONIA JEWISH CONGREGATION
Christian and Jewish holy places. ,
scored on an Egyptian tank which
should be scrupulosly respected ' Arab Educators Intensify
was seen .to burst into flame.
29475 Six Mile Road
and revered. and placed under the Resistance Against Schools
Egyptian artillery shells hit
West Bank
responsibility of a recognized Mos- in East Jerusalem,
carp belonging to United Nations
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Four Arab
lem authority."
cease-fire observers, damaged
The Israeli authorities. who school principals and teachers
the house in east Kantara used
were very cooperative, reported were detained Tuesday by Israel
as their headquarters and also
Ambassador Thalmann, never- authorities on the administrative
111111 1
a Coptic church and a mosque.
. - of the west bank military
-
theless "stated unequivocally ord.
Israelis denied an Egyptian
commander, on charges of inciting
that the process of integration
claim that they had shot down
unified city) was irre- against the opening of schools on
(of the
an Israeli Mirage jet fighters.
versible and not negotiable." The the west bank, in general, and in I
The 90-minute machinegun duel
particular.
October 4-5-6
I s r a e 1 i authorities, including East Jerusalem in
Agitation against the opening of in the Kantara area ended only
Prime Minister L e v i Eshkol,
after four cease-fire requests by
Eban and Israeli cabinet mem- schools in East Jerusalem is now
full swing. Arab agitators there United Nations observers on patrol
bers, responsible for economic, in
are continuing their anti-school ' duty between the Egyptian and
October 13 and 14
propaganda in the face of a threat Israeli positions on the canal
.
of "strong hand" measures by banks. When the Israelis opened
small gun fire on the anti-aircraft
Israel authorities.
guns, the Egyptians lowered the
Services Conducted by Rabbi Martin D. GORDON
Meanwhile, serious differences
weapons for direct trajectory fire
over administration of East Jeru-
at Israeli positions.
Liturgy by Cantor Henry J. Blank
salem were seen Tuesday to
And Promptly Stop Itching,
Lt. Gen. Odd Bull, United Na-
have developed between the in-
tions cease-fire observance chief,
Relieve Pain In Most Cases.
terior ministry and the Jeru-
has reportedly failed in his con-
Tickets available at building
Science has found a medication
salem City Council.
tacts with the Egyptian govern-
with the ability, in most cases—
Spokesmen for the ministry an- meat in efforts to find a solution
September
27 — 8 p.m.-10 p.m.
relieve
pain,
itching
and
shrink
to
nounced Sunday that an admini-
hemorrhoids. In case after case
strative order has been issued, con-
October 1 — 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
stituting the Old City and its out- A New Israel Joke
doctors proved, whileggently re-
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—The follow-
skirts as a special planning region
lieving pain, actual reduction took
ing
brand
new
joke
is
making
the
under
the
jurisdiction
of
a
sub-
place. The secret is Preparation
or call
committee of the District Town rounds in Israeli cafes: Soviet Rus-
HID. It also soothes irrititted tis-
Planning Commission. The latter sia is extremely angry with Israel:
sues and helps prevent;further
will be appointed next week and since the Jews finally are in poss-
infection. Just ask for Prepara-
will be given all authority in plan- ession of one holy wall—tt,has to
tion H Ointment ortSuppo-sitories.
Wall). •
ning for the Old City and its im- be a Western one! (Western

Adv.


JUNK YARD

METAL SHOP

UN 2-2486

YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER OF OAK-WOODS

CONGREGATION SHOMREY EMUNAR

HIGH HOLY DAYS
SERVICES
Rosh Hashanah

Yom Kippur

Now Possible To
Shrink Hemorrhoids

425-9370 .

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan