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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-21

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Nasser Trying to Instill War Scare

Friday, March 21, 1969-7

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ex-Nazi Officers Get Hard Labor for Murder

there were no Jordanian casualties pilgrims home from Mecca went
(Continued from Page 11
BONN (JTA)—Two former SS hard labor was passed on Hans
Pawl reportedly warned that any but "the enemy was seen remov- down in flames Thursday morning,
and 90 were reported killed. The officers drew relatively mild sen- Sohns, 61, a former SS major who
major arms sales would hurt Bri- ing three casualties
.. from the bat- plane was purchased from Russia tences March 14 for the wartime was convicted of having abetted
tain's relations with the Arab coun- tlefield."
murders of slave laborers in Po- the murders of 280 slave laborers
only two weeks ago.)
Israel's Air Force jets blasted
tries. He reportedly urged a step-
land and Soviet Russia who were after using them to exhume and
Report Saudi Payroll
guerrilla encampments inside
by-step implementation of the UN
used
to destroy evidence of Nazi burn the remains of other Nazi
Tax Aiding Terrorists
Jordan Monday morning after a
Security Council's Nov. 22, 1967,
victims buried in mass graves.
NEW YORK (JTA)—The Wall mass murders.
night of fierce artillery and rock-
Mideast resolution. This method
Fritz Zietlov, 66, a former SS
Two other defendants were ac-
Street Journal reported Friday
et duels with Jordanian forces
would require Israel's withdrawal
that Arab guerrillas were obtain- quitted after a three-month trial captain, got a 21/2-year sentence
in which Iraqi units stationed in
from occupied Arab terrtories be-
for
his role in the murder of 30
ing funds for their anti-Israel in a Stuttgart court.
Jordan also took part. The air
fore any other parts of the resolu-
A sentence for four years at slave laborers.
activities through a payroll check-
strike was the second in two days
tion became operative.
off by which civil servants in
and the third since last Friday.
The Egyptian government,
Saudi Arabia have one per cent
A military spokesman said that
abetted by the local press, was
or more of their pay deducted to
eight terrorist bases were hit
generating a war scare delibe-
finance the terrorist bands.
and many casualties were inflict-
ately among the populace, in or-
(It has been reported that since
der to impress the Big Four
ed today.
the announcement that the sale
There
were
no
casualties
report-
powers, especially the United
ed in Deganya, Ashdod Yaacov or of Phantom jets by the U.S. to
States, that a major new war in
any of the other settlements in the Israel will materialize the end of
the Middle East could be touched
411111111Lhasabstierickpo
Jordan
and Beisan Valleys which this year, 120 Israeli pilots have
off at any time, the London
Because they have
were bombarded by Jordanian ar- been receiving training in this
Times reported from Cairo. The
tillery and Katyusha rockets. Ira- country.)
paper said the crisis atmosphere,
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., (JTA)
qis joined the attack with 122-mm
following four major artillery
field guns. Israeli forces returned —Secretary-General U Thant con-
battles across the Suez Canal
gratulated
Lt. Gen. Odd Bull of
last week, was intended by Pres- the fire and reportedly scored dir- Norway. and the United Nations
at
ect hits on enemy positions, aided
ident Gamal Abdel Nassed to
Truce Supervision Organization
by flares dropped by Israeli planes.
arouse Egytians to demand ven-
(UNTS) which he heads for their
A military spokesman said the Jor- "excellent
geance against Israel.
performance" "under
Among the measures taken, ac- danian shells caused extensive fire" during three days of fierce
14240 W. 7 Mile Road at the Lodge X-Way
cording to the Times dispatch, I damage to crops and banana Egyptian-Israeli artillery, mortar
DI 1-3800
were a black-out of government I groves in the Beisan Valley.
and small arms clashes across the
buildings which was extended to Israeli jets attacked three guer- Suez Canal. Thant's message said
blocks of apartments and shops, rilla bases deep in Jordanian ter- that observers at the Canal pro-
construction of more air raid shel- ritory, Sunday, suprising the corn- vided "effective reporting in very
tars, and preparation of a civil de- mandos in early morning while difficult and dangerous conditions.
fense alarm system throughout most were still asleep. The targets, They have displayed great courage
Egypt. The Times said that Egypt's I according to an Israeli military and resourcefulness in maintain'-
WITH A NEW LOAD OF AUTO-MR CONDITIONERS
efforts to convince • the U.S. that spokesman were Yadida ,less than ing the observation operation un-
the crisis was worsening will be 10 miles north of Amman; Dibin, der fire in spite of risk to them-
supported by King Huessein of Jor- I about eight miles south of Jarash selves and heavy damage to in-
dan when he meets with President township; and Dabrat, in the re- stallations, vehicles and equip-
Nixon in Washington shortly. mote Araba region well south of ment."
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israel and Amman. All three villages were
(Newsweek report s: "Great
THERMO-KING AUTO-AIR CON-
Egyptian artillery and tanks dueled long ago evacuated by their civil- Britain. with a little fanfare as
DITIONER. YOU CAN BE SURE
SECURITY ,
across the Suez Canal for over an ian populations and were under possible. has complete delivery of
and
100 Centurion tanks to the Jor-
WHEN IT'S
hOur Tuesday in the first exchange complete control of El Fatah
CHARGE CARD
heavy
gun
fire
since
last
Thurs-
the
Popular
Front
for
the
Lihera-
danian
Army.
This
replaces
all
of
DINERS
day. Each side blamed the other tion of Palestine, the spokesman Jordan's tank losses during the
CLIJEll
for starting the action An Israeli said. Last Friday morning, Israeli June 1967 war. King Hussein par-
attacked
saboteur
camps
about
Centurions
be-
Egyp-ljets
ticularly
wanted
the
military spokesman said
WE SERVICE
tians opened fire with artillery at 110 miles inside Jordan, north of cause they were the Israeli' most
ANY CAR AIR
noon after a three-hour exchange ; the capital. The camps were bases effective - tank, and the British
CONDITIONER
pos-
(with
U.S.
assent)
decided
to
sup-
fire
south
of
the
for
incursions
against
Israeli
of small arms
24750 FIVE MILE RD.
Bitter Lake. He said one Israeli itions in the Golan Heights and the ply them rather than see the
Jordanians turn to the U.S.S.R.
COME ON IN AND WE'LL HAGGLE ABOUT THE PRICE.
soldier was slightly wounded in the Beisan Valley.
Iraq has sent units of its Air for tanks. - )
exchange that lasted 75 minutes.
The shelling was concentrated in Force into Syria to protect Iraqi
the Pot Tewfik and El Shat areas troops newly stationed there. A
near the canal's southern entrance. j military spokesman said Israel's
Cairo Radio claimed that Israeli !operation caused heavy damage
gunners opened fire on Port Tew- Ito El Fatah installations. He said
fik and started several fires in the hits were scored on vehicles and
city which were quickly extin- possible on Katysuha rocket laun-
guished. The Egyptians said they chers, a mobile weapon that is
suffered no chsi. allies but claimed favored by guerrilla groups. The
to have "destro aeli equip- spokesman said the air strikes were
ment and killed their personnel , intended to show the terrorists
who opened fire." that they were not safe anywhere
Israeli artillery along the Suez in Jordan and to force them to
move from camp to camp. The or-
Canal scored direct bits on a
iginal terrorist bases near the
power station in Port Suez on
banks
of the Jordan River were
Egyptian mortar positions and
Abner S. Rozenweig
rendered
unusable some time ago
other targets in Tuesday's fight-
OUR GOAL IS TO PROVIDE THE MOST RELIABLE
Sales Counselor
by Israeli attacks.
ing. A military spokesman said
six
In
another
military
activity,
OAK/ PARK OFFICE
AND COMPLETE REAL-ESTATE SERVICE AVAILABLE
Israeli gunners pick out specific
mortar
shells
were
fired
last
night
targets in contrast to Egyptian
at Baram settlement near the Leb-
artillery massed on the West
anese border. They exploded in an
Bank of the canal which fires
orange
grove where damage was
indiscriminately.
CUSTOM BUILT BRICK RANCH
OAK PARK
SOUTHFIELD
The semi-official Cairo news- reported negligible. Shells were
3 Bedroom, den, formal dining room,
Beautiful. 4 bedroom Roman brick
fired
at
Ashdod Yaacov in the Bei-
Sprawling, four bedroom colonial-
living room, family kitchen with
ranch
with
large
family
room,
study.
paper Al Ahram claimed Wednes-
Tri-level. 11/2 baths. Fireplaces in
built-in stove, full tiled basement
all built-in kitchen with large eat-
day that Israel was massing mis- san Valley but caused no casual-
the huge living room and elegant
with bath. Extra 1/2 bath off master
ing area, double fireplace, screened
family room. Big family kitchen has
siles deep in the Sinai Peninsula ties or damage.
bedroom. Central air conditioning,
terrace, 21/2 car garage, 31/2 baths,
the built-ins. Nice carpet and
all
2 car garage in mint condition. Near
(A
British
and
an
American
sprinkling system, central air, and
for an attack on Egyptian positions
drapes. 100 foot lot. 2 car attached
Oak Park schools and transporta-
. many more extras ! Call for appt. to
garage. $42,900. EL 3-9000.
along the canal. The paper accused authority on the Middle East
tion. $27,800. LI 8-1500.
see. LI 8.1500. $75,000. •
OAK PARK
SOUTHFIELD
Israel of firing machineguns at a agreed on a New York television
HORSES
Really neat 3 bedroom brick ranch.
Green Trees, spacious brick Mark
passenger train on the canal's West panel last week that the Suer Can-
May be kept on this wooded lot in
Centrally air conditioned. Conveni-
built quad level. Four bedroom, 2
Southfield. The home is a brick
ent to shopping & transportation.
full baths. Large living room. For-
Bank Tuesday and of later shelling al, which marks its 100th birthday
Cape Cod with three large bedrooms,
Carpeting thru-out. Drapes. Move in
mal dining room. Bright kitchen
formal dining room. Full basement.
a freight train between Port Suez this year ,has no more than 10-15
condition. $25,900. LI 8-1500.
with built-ins. Huge family • room
New carpeting, huge breezeway. At-
and Ismailia. Al Ahram did not in- years of profitable use ahead, even
with room with fireplace. ttBase-
SOUTHFIELD
tached 2 car garage. $37,500. EL
ment, beautiful lot. Attached 2 car
Beautiful Beacon Square. Eelegant-
dicate whether there were casu- if it is reopened in the near future.
garage. $43,500. EL 3.9000.
ly
appointed
brick
colonial
on
a
alties but claimed that Egyptian The discussants were Lord Kinrose,
SELLER LEAVING STATE
beautifully landscaped lot. Nice size
SOUTHFIELD
MUST SELL
bedrooms, multiple baths, 25 foot
Magnificent custom built ranch In
gunners had inflicted "severe author of "Between Two Seas," a
This
sharp
2
bedroom
ranch
with
family room with fireplace. Sliding
prestige area of expensive homes.
losses" on Israeli tanks and ar- newly published history of the
11/2 car garage is located in 9 Mile-
glass doors to patio. Basement, rec-
2 zone heating & air conditioning
building of the Suez Canal and its
Manistee area. Close to transporta-
reation room, 2 car attached garage.
units, sprinkling system, marble foy-
mored cars.
tion & schools. FHA terms at $16,-
$41,900. EL 3-9000.
early years, and Prof. J. C. Hure-
er, gorgeous kitchen w/stainless
Israel air force jets attacked
500. LI 8-1500.
steel built-ins. Fabulous recreation
OAK
PARK
RANCH
witz,
professor
of
government
at
Fatah
positions
inside
Jordan
r ,_El
room, maids quarters. Must be seen!
Beautiful & immaculate 3 bedroom
FANTASTIC VALUE
Columbia University and author of
$87,500. LI 8-1500.
with new w/w carpeting thru out.
_.„./ Wednesday after a Jordanian
Spacious contemporary ranch in
Central air conditionink, power hu-
FARMINGTON
Huntington Woods proper. Could
a new book on the military aspects
mortar attack on Israeli settle-
midifier, paneled recreation room.
Elegantly decorated three bedroom
not
be
duplicated
for
twice
the
ask-
of the Middle East conflict. They
Kitchen with large eating area, dou-
ments in the Beisan Valley that
ing price. Owner leaving state. Call
brick ranch with an attached ga-
ble
oven,
self
cleaning.
Very
attrac-
agreed
that
the
construction
of
sup-
today
for
an
appointment
and
let
rage.
11/2
baths, family room with
lasted nearly two hours. The
tively decorated. Many features too
us show you the many outstanding
fireplace, 17 foot kitchen with bUilt-
ertankers, prompted by the canal's
planes, supporting Israeli return
numerous to mention. Must be seen.
features of this most attractive
ins. Beautiful carpet and drapes,
long shutdown after the 1956 Arab-
Priced, at $28,500. LI 8-1500.
large fenced lot. Built 1963. $27,500.
home. $55,000. LI' 8.1500.
fire, reportedly scored direct hits
EL 3-9000.
SOUTHFIELD
SOUTHFIELD
on El Fatah positions. No Israeli Israeli war, had rendered the 100-
TANGLEWOOD
Once in a lifetime does a buy such
Plumbrooke Estates is the Superb
mile
waterway
obsolete
for
the
as this occur. A four bedroom brick
casualties were reported.
One of Southfield's nicest areas of-
location of this large brick colonial.
colonial with 11/2 baths. Panelled
fer a 1966 built brick Colonial with
Four spacious bedroms, 21/2 baths.
Four Israeli soldiers were slight- transportation of oil which consti-
family room with fireplace, new
three bedrooms, multiple baths. Beau-
Beautiful family kitchen has all the
wool carpeting and custom drapes.
ly injured Wednesday when their tutes more than two thirds of the
tiful 24-foot family room with fire-
built-ins. 22 foot family room with
Thermo windows. Tiled basement.
place. 19 foot kitchen with built-Ins.
fireplace. Plush carpet and drap-
patrol car hit a mine near Khan cargoes passing through it. In ad-
Gas F/A heat. Bekutiful sodded
Basement.
Swimming pool with sun-
eries. Automatic sprinkler system.
Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip. dition, they predicted that the in-
lawn. Patio. Attached 2 car garage.
deck. Attached 2 car garage. Only
Attached 2 car garage. er e
Assumeable mortgage. Only $37,900.
$37,900. EL 3.9000.
throughout. $51,700. EL 3 9000.
A Jordanian military spokesman creased use of large vessels carry-
EL 3-9000.
claimed in Amman that the Is- ing dry cargo in containers would
26840 Southfield Rd.
raelis, opened fire on Jordanian further deprive the canal of much
24621 Coolidge Hwy.
troops in the Nashan Ford area of its volume.)
Lathrop Village
Oak
Park
(An
Egyptian
airliner
carrying
south of the Sea of Galilee. He said

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