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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-09

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tives.
Two of them were captured
by the Syrians in the open-
ing stages of the Yom Kip-
pur War and the other four
were Druze women who were
married to four of the Druze
who were released a few
months ago from jail.
The 20 Druze were detain-
ed by the Syrians in 1951 in
the Druze villages on the
Golan Heights and were
charged with espionage for
Israel. They were sentenced
to death but the sentence was
then commuted to life im-
prisonment. They spent 23
years in various Syrian jails,
most of the time in the no-
torious Palmira Jail in the
Syrian desert. They were re-
leased from jail , five months
ago and the Red Cross was
requested to intervene and
secure their return to the vil-
lages which have been in Is-
raeli hands since the Six-Day
War.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israel
foreign Minister Yigal Allon
returned from the U.S. Tues-
day and said no decision has
yet been made on the next
step in the Middle East nego-
tiations. Allon, who will re-
port to the cabinet at a spe-
cial meeting this week, told
reporters at Ben-Gurion Air-
port that his • talks with
American officials were
mainly consultations and
clarifications of attitudes and
problems aimed at prevent-
ing a new war.
The next step will come
after other Israeli and Arab
officials held talks in Wash-
ington this month, Allon
noted. He said he was satis-
fied with his visit and that
relations between Israel and
the U.S. are as good as ever
and that there is even some
positive progress in some
areas.
Allon said he had discussed
the problem of Soviet and
Syrian Jews with members
FALSE IMAGE
Appearances are deceptive of . the . administration and
— especially the kind every- Congress during his visit to
Washington as well as with
body's neighbor tries . to keep Jewish leaders in New York
up with.
with whom he met Monday.
He said all were ready for
1;2
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Union's intensive supply of
arms to the Arab states with
the administration officials,
who, he said, understood the
problem. He said he hoped
this understanding would
lead to material results.
Meanwhile, an arms pur-
chase mission of key officers
of Israel's defense force left
Tuesday for Washington to

The Rabins
in Home of
the Ebans

JERUSALEM, (JTA) —
The Rabins are replacing the
Ebans.
The new Premier Yitzhak
Rabin has decided he will not
live in the house on Ben Mei-
mon Boulevard where David
Ben Gurion, Levi Eshkol and
Golda Meir resided, but
rather at the house that used
to be the residency of the
foreign minister.
The house became vacant
when Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon decided to remain in
his apartment in the Jewish
quarter of the Old City.
Former Foreign Minister
Abba Eban has almost com-
pleted evacuating the house
at Balfour and Smolenskin,
and he has already spent one
night at the King David
Hotel because most of the
Ebans' personal belongings
have already been moved
out. The Rabins will move
in after the necessary chan-
ges and renovations take
place.

Alleged Crime Figure
Slain in Synagogue

seek specific agreements on
new weapons agreed to in
general terms by President
Nixon during his June visit
to Israel. The mission is
headed by Gen. Herzl Shaftir,
head of the army's general
headquarters.
Israeli officials have been
seeking for several months
agreements to provide for
long range supplies of new
weapons in place of the cur-
rent practice of annual re-
negotiations for arms. Presi-
dent Nixon agreed to the idea
in principle, leaving details
to be worked out in Washing-
ton. Observers here said Is-
rael wanted new warplanes,
tanks and other heavy equip-
ment, as well as anti-aircraft
missiles and anti-tank wea-
pons.
The delegation includes
Gen. Mordehai Hod, a former
air force commander, who is
now senior adviser to De-
fense Minister Shimon Peres.
The new military attache in
Washington, Avraham Adan,
will join in the talks.
Allon's Views on TV
NEW YORK (JTA) — Re-
plying to questions addressed
to him on the NBC-TV "To-
day" program, Monday, Is-
rael Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon said:
"!The Soviets were increas-
ing their arms supplies, es-
pecially to Iraq and Syria,
partly as means "to maintain
and increase their influence
in the Middle East," a new
Middle East war in the fore-
seeable future is "possible"
but "not inevitable," the
problem of a Palestinian
identity should be solved
through negotiations with
Jordan.
He said he still supports
the "Allon Plan" for solving
the problem of the West
Bank. "I thought that this is
a plan that suggested a fair
compromise which will an-
swer basic needs of the Arab
population . . . and provide
Israel with defensible bor-
ders . . . and this is the
secret of the plan . . . maybe
in due course this will be
found as a possible compro-
mise between us and our
neighbors." But he stressed
thi,s was his view and not
that of the Israel govern-
ment.

NEW YORK — A reputed
member of the Gallo crime
"family" was slain Sunday
while he and his wife attend-
ed a crowded "Las Vegas
Night" benefit at Cong. Bnai
Israel synagogue in Brook-
lyn.
Police said the victim,
Stephen Cirillo, 31, was shot
once in the back of the head
at close range by someone
who walked up to him as he
_ played at the dice table.
According t o witnesses,
about 75 persons were in the
synagogue's recreation base-
ment when at about 2 a.m.
several shots "sounding like New Israeli Attache
firecrackers" were heard
and Cirillo fell to the floor. to DC Is Appointed
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Gen.
Avraham, Adan, who, for the
Aliya Possibilities
last four months has been
Tested by Europeans commander of the Southern
— Command, which includes
JERUSALEM. (JTA)
Some 34 families from four the Sinai, has been appoint-
European countries are cur- ed Israeli military attache to
rently in Israel to look into Washington.
The post has been vacant
immigration and absorption
since Gen. Mordechai Gur,
possibilities.
The families' tour is or- the present chief of staff, was
ganized by the "Tour and recalled after. the Yom Kip-
Immigrate" project of the pur War.
Jewish Agency Immigration
Adan, 49, was a member
and Absorption Department. of Kibbutz Nirim when he
The families, who come from joined the Palmach, the Ha-
France, Belgium, Holland,' gana crack unit, in 1943.
and Britain are spending
During the War of Inde-
their summer vacation here pendence, he participated in
for a month. Many are inter- battles in the south and the
ested in settling in mosha- Negev. His unit was the first
vim. This is the first family to reach Eilat and he hoisted
project organized by "Tour the Israeli flag there for the
and Immigrate." The idea is first time in 2,000 years. He
to keep the tours going is expected in Washington
throughout the summer.
within a few weeks.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 9, 1974-13

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