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November 21, 1969 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS'
Friday, November 21, 1969-21

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LONDON (JTA) — Foreign Sec- commandos who committed the states to ensure that the persons
; retary Michael Stewart promised act.
who perpetrate such acts are pro- . 7
secuted and invites states to ac- oz
Monday that a resolution to coin-
Stewart replied "We are very
TORONTO (JTA)—The federal bat aerial hijacking will have the
cede to the Tokyo Convention,
seriously concerned at the con-
government has granted $9,300 to British government's support when
which requires the release of hi-
Toronto's Jewish Home for the • it conies before the United Na- I tinued growth of hijacking. We , jacked aircraft and freedom of
are urgently considering wheth- their crews and passengers to
Aged to help start a program of lions General Assembly.
er efforts to find a remedy can continue their journey. The reso-
activities for its senile residents.
Stewart made the pledge in a
be hastened or intensified and
But Jacqueline Edelson, director
written reply to Sir Barnett Jan-
are energetically supporting the lution will have our support."
Of the demonstration project, says
ner, Labor MP, who inquired' work of the International Civil
that at least 30 more volunteers
about action taken by the govern-
Aviation Organization in 'this
are needed, in addition to the 38
OAK MANOR KOSHER CATERERS
who are helping plan the program. ment in and out of the UN to deal field."
with air piracy and countries
Stewart added "the UN General
is now accepting
Miss Edelson said that persons which detain its victims and bar-
. Assembly, whose wide member-
Orders for
with organic brain damage (senil- bor its perpetrators.
ship makes it an especially suit-
ity) require a structured environ-
Sir Barnett's reference was
.
able
forum
in
this
instance,
will
Ment to help them function. The clearly to Syria, which still holds
project will give them a chance to two Israeli nationals who were , shortly consider a resolution con-
For information call
make handicrafts, play games, passengers aboard a TWA airliner : demning the forcible diversion of
357-1827 or EL 8-1045
dance, listen to music and watch hijacked to Damascus last Aug civil aircraft in flight..
films, she said.
29, but which has freed the Arab
upon
calls
"This
resolution

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire

to The Jewish News)

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