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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-28

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NEW YORK (JTA) — A
spokeswoman for the Leader-
ship Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations, cit-
the murder of Israeli chil-
dren by Arab terrorists at
Kiryat Shemona and Ma'alot,
said the conference had ask-
ed the U. S. to bring before
UNICEF the issue of the vic-
timization of children as a
means of political action.
Mrs. Charlotte Stein, presi-
dent of Pioneer Women, one
of the nine conference organ-
izations, said a delegation
from the conference met with
Michael Scelsi, U. S. repre-
sentative to the UNICEF ex-
ecutive board, to discuss the
problem and to ask for the
U. S. to act. She said Scelsi
told the women leaders he
shared their concern.
The meeting with Scelsi
was arranged after a confer-

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UNICEF Urged to Act on Issue
of Child Use for Political Action

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 28, 1974-27

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ence session at which a reso-
lution was approved stating
that "while all human life is
infinitely precious, men and
women of whatever race,
creed or political persuasion
must recognize that children
are mankind's most precious
gift of life and hope that, in
all circumstances they must
be spared the trauma and
the physical and psychologi-
cal tragedies of war and
guerrilla assault."
She submitted to Scelsi a
conference statement asking
UNICEF to "call upon the
organs and agencies of the
United Nations" to establish
"effective methods" to pun-
ish any persons or groups
violating "these basic codes
without which the whole con-
cept of international law and
international community be-
come compromised."

New Foreign Minister
Not Popular Choice

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) — A re-
cent Gallup poll revealed that
69 per cent of those inter-
viewed are unhappy with the
choice of Yigal Allon as for-
eign 'minister. However, 66
per cent expressed approval
that Shim on Peres was
named defense minister.

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Israel Shekel Sold for $60,000

LOS ANGELES (JTA)—A
silver shekel of the fifth year
of the First Revolt against
Rome (70 CE) was sold re-
cently for $60,000—believed
the highest amount ever paid
for an ancient coin.
It was described as the
rarest of all Jewish coins.
On the obverse, the shekel
has a chalice: possibly' a re-
production of one of the ves-
sels used in the Temple ser-
vice. Above the chalice are
the letters shin and hey,
the latter standing for "year
five" (corresponding to 70
CE). The words "Shekel of
Israel" go around the chalice.
The rev e r.s e has three
pomegranates, one of the
seven types of fruits sym-
bolizing the fertility of Is-
rael. (The same three pome-
granates are represented on
the current IL 1 coin of Is-
rael, and the design was tak-
en from this shekel minted
some 1,900 years ago). The
words "Jerusalem the Holy"
encircle the pomegranates.
All words are written in an-
cient Hebrew letters.
The First Revolt lasted
from 66 to 70 CE and ended
with the destruction of the
Second Temple by the Rom-
ans. Prior to this sale, there
were only five known shekels
of the fifth year. Four were
found in Jerusalem near the
site of the burned Temple.

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Fuentes Back Again: N .Y . Probes
ChargeofAbettin,gAnti-Semitism

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
spokesman for the State
Human Rights Commission
said that further closed hear-
ings will be held in an effort
to conciliate a dispute in-
volving charges that Luis
Fuentes, superintendent of
Community School District
One in Manhattan, had
abetted anti-Semitic abuse in
one of the district's schools.
The charges were made
against Fuentes, who had
been accused of anti-Semi-
tism two years ago when he
was named superintendent,
and against Allen Boone,
principal of Junior High
School 22, by five assistant
principals at the school.
Jean MacPherson, the
State Human Rights Commis-
sion regional director, has
notified both sides that on
the basis of closed hearings

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All five showed residue
from fire exposure. The fifth
shekel was found on Masada
during excavations by Yigael
Yadin.
Ira M. Goldberg of Super-
ior Stamp and Coin Co., Los
Angeles, purchased the she-
kel after secret negotiations
in the Middle East. He took_
the shekel to Arie Kindler of
Kadman numismatic division
of the Haaretz Museum, an-
nounced, that the coin was
genuine.
Goldberg sold the coin to
an anonymous party for more
than $60,000.

Some Israelis to Get
Longer Military Stay

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
defense ministry- announced
that it would prolong the
military service of new im-
migrants and yeshiva grad-
uates who do not claim
exemption.
The extension was ordered
on the basis of an army de-
cision to maintain a larger
regular force.

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