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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-22

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Security Council Fails to Concur on Resolution Condemning Israel Air Strike

UNITED NATIONS (JTA) —
Members of the United Nations
Security Council engaged in inten-
sive consultations seeking agree-
ment on the text of a draft reso-
lution sponsored by the United
States, which would condemn the
!sraeli air strike on commando
iases in southern Lebanon on
11 but would also condemn
all violations of the cease-fire.
The American draft apparently
was running into heavy criticism
from the Arabs and their suppor-
ters and, as of late Thursday
afternoon. could not command the
nine votes necessary for adoption
in the 15-member Security Coun-
cil. A spokesman for the United
States mission disclosed earlier
that language difficulties were
being encountered in the ne.gotia-
lions.
The U.S. draft resolution,
which had the backing of other
Western powers, also deplored
the extension of fighting in the
Lebanese-Israeli area as a re-
sult of recent incidents, called
on both sides to refrain from in-
cidents and to observe the cease-
fire and warned that further
disregard of Security Couocil
resolutions would result in con-
sideration by the council of how
to give effect to its resolutions
a warning of more drastic ac-
tion.
The United States took the ini-
tiative in consultations on the draft
resolution when it could not ac-
cept a Pakistan-sponsored text• that
condemned Israel without any ref-
erence to the attacks that had led
to the Israeli reprisal.
The Lebanese Government noti-
fied Secretary-General U Thant
that it was prepared, "should the
need arise" to agree to strength-
ening the machinery of the 1949
Lebanese-Israeli armistice agree-
ment. but evaded a direct answer
to Thant's proposal that both Le-

Zuckerman Heads
Operation Israel

(Continued from Page 1)
great personal as well as profes-
sional pride that I make this ap-
pointment. Paul Zuckerman has
given decades of dedication to
the cause of Jewish affairs and
is an outstanding member of the
United Jewish Appeal's National
Cabinet. I am sure that Mr. Zu-
ckerman will make Operation
Israel: 1970 a memorable and
rewarding success."
Operation Israel: 1970, a series
of 14 one-week fact-finding trips
commencing Nov. 2, was in-
augurated last year to provide
Americans with the opportunity to
make an intensive survey of hu-
manitarian programs and condi-
tions in the Jewish state. This
year's accelerated and expanded
program offers visits to areas and
installations not normally open to
tourists, plus a complete inspec-
tion of the social and welfare re-
quirements as they relate to cur-
rent conditions in the Middle East.
Born in Turkey, Zuckerman was
brought to Chicago when he was
1 year old. He has resided in
Detroit since 1817.
He attended Wayne State Uni-
versity and the University of De-
troit. He is president of the United
Jewish Charities. Among his major
industrial positions he holds the
chairmanship of the board of
Velvet Food Products, Inc. He went
into the peanut butter manufactur-
ing business in 1937, acquired the
Krun-Chee Potato Chip Company
in 1952 and in 1957 effected the
merger of the Velvet Peanut Butter
Company and the Krun-Chee Corn-
nany with the Sunshine Biscuit
Company.
Married in 1937 to Helen Fleish-
er, daughter of Sam Fleisher and
the late Freda Fleisher. of Bay
City. his wife is also active in the
Allied Jewish .Campaign Women's
Division, ORT. Hadassah and other
Zionist as well as civic movements.
They have two children, a daugh-
ter. Mrs. Thomas (Linda) Klein,
and a son, Norbert.

banon and Israel agree to the sta-
tioning of United Nations observ-
ers on their territory "with the
function of observing and main-
taining the Security Council cease-
fire."
(The Christian Science Monitor
reported from Beirut that Premier
Rashid Karami. who heads Leban-
on's caretaker government, is op-
posed to the stationing of United
Nations observers in Lebanon.
"Other Lebanese leaders." the
paper said. "have said they wel-
come reactivation of the Israeli-
Lebanese Mixed Armistice Com-
mission. a force of six observers
under command of a French
colonel, set up in 1949 and still
meeting occasionally."
The Lebanese reply to Thant
argued that the 1949 armistice
"remains valid and applicable".
It asserted that the agreement
"contains no clause for unilarteral

Israel Shipping Line Gets
Cattle Ranch in Australia

termination of its application and
therefore could not be revoked
unilaterally." Israel's position
has been that Lebanon and the
other Arab states abrogated the
armistice agreements by making
war on Israel in 1967.
The Lebanese reply noted that a
mixed armistice commission had
been set up under the armistice
agreement and that the commis-

Court Orders Retrial
of Ex-Norway Nazi Chief

BONN (JTA)—The high court at
Baden Baden has handed down a
ruling revoking a five-year sen-
tence imposed on former Gestapo
Chief Helmut Reinhard by a Earls- :
ruhe court and ordering him retried
by a jury.
Reinhard. former head of the
Nazi secret police in Norway, was
convicted of having deported more
than 500 Norwegian Jews to their
death at Auschwitz in 1942.
He argued during his trial that
he had not know that the de-
portation orders he had signed
meant death to the Jews being
deported. Roth Reinhard and the
public prosecutor appealed the
district court sentence.
Reinhard had escaped arrest for
nearly 20 years by an ingenious
device. His wife had him declared
legally dead in 1945 and he adopted
a new identity. The "widow" then
remarried him and they lived un-
disturbed as respected citizens for
nearly two decades.

MELBOURNE (JTA) — One of
Israel's two major independent
shipping lines is reported negotiat-
ing the purchase of a large cattle
ranch in northern Australia on
which it proposes to raise its own
beef cattle for export. The prop-
erty sought by Maritime Fruit Car-
riers, Ltd., of Haifa is located on
1.156 square miles of what is known
as Mataranka Station.
Shipping circles here saw the
move as an effort to compete with
eight major overseas shipping lines
How many years you have to
of various flags engaged in the
cargo trade between Australia and keep on doing, until you know what
to
do and how to do it!—Goethe.
the east coast of North America
Frozen meat is one of the major
cargoes. Maritime Fruit Carriers
IP YOU TURN TH1
is not a member of the Australia-
'Wen
East Coast U.S.A. freight confer-
ence, a rate-setting body, and con-
MUIR DOWN TOM wean
MO A HARR wilts THAN
sequently can trade at lower than
conference rates. It is one of Is-
rael's two most prosperous priv-
ately-owned shipping companies.
The other is Cargo Ships El Yam,
Wigan Wineries, Detroit, Mich.
Ltd.

Spanish
soul.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
6—Friday, Almost 22, 1969

sion's observers continued to be
stationed in Lebanon and "their
status was not altered after the
June war of 1967."
The Lebanese note complained
that "for more than two years , the
United Nations observers have not
been able to fulfill their mission
because Israel does not allow them
to operate on the Israeli side of the
armistice line. It expressed the
hope that the secretary-general
and the Security Council will take
the necessary steps to have Israel
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their duties thereof."
Jaime de Pinies, this month's
Council president, speaking as
head of the Spanish delegation.
roundly denounced Israel lor pre-
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