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August 16, 1974 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-16

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Aguda Bloc May
Support Coalition

Israeli Team to Vie in Games in Teheran

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The by the committee includes
Israeli Olympic Committee 48 men and 11 women. They
will field a 59-member team will compete in track and
of athletes at the Asian field event s, swimming,
games opening in Teheran weight lifting, fencing, sharp-
shooting, soccer and basket-
Sept. 1.
The contingent ,approved _hall.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Agudat Israel Party is
expected to sign an agree-
ment shortly pledging to sup-
port the coalition govern-
ment in return for assurances
that the religious status quo
will remain unchanged.
Under the agreement the
five-member Aguda Knesset
bloc would specifically prom-
ise not to cooperate with
Likud or the National Re-
ligious Party.
The Aguda leaders will
seek the approval of their
council of rabbinical sages
before finally signing the
agreement, according to Is-
rael Radio.

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RAMAT GAN—A diamond
medal has been issued by
the Israel Government Coins
and Medals Corp., the first
in a series of medals high-
lighting branches of Israel
industry.
The medal is being issued
in several forms — a bronze
medal without diamond and
a bronze medal with a dia-
mond, while a silver medal
with diamond is also being
prepared. On the obverse
side of the medal the Dia-
mon Exchange building in
Ramat Gan, noted Israeli
center of the international
diamond trade is shown in
the center against a geometri-
cal background design of a
diamond.

• THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
ABE CHEROW, President
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Friday, August 16, 1974-9

Israel Rejects Syrian Attempt
to Tie It With UN Plane Downing

By YITZHAK RABI

UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
— Israel "categorically re-
jected" Syrian attempts to
involve it in the crash of a
United Nations plane over
Syrian territory last Friday
in which nine Canadian mem-
bers of the UN Emergency
Force were killed.
In a letter to Secretary
General Kurt Waldheim, Is-
rael's UN Ambassador Yosef
Tekoah characterized as "a
sheer fabrication" Syria's
contention that Israeli Air
Force jets had penetrated
Syrian air space at the time
the UN plane went down.
According to the Syrian
version, the UN plane was
hit by Syrian missiles fired
at invading Israeli aircraft.
Tekoah called the Syrian
claim "a transparent and fu-
tile attempt to involve Israel
in this tragic disaster for
which Syria alone is respon-
sible."
The allegation that Israeli
planes had penetrated, Syrian
air space at the time the
United Nations plane was
downed "is a sheer fabrica-
tion which is categorically
rejected," Tekoah stated in
his letter to Waldheim.
"The Israel defense forces
spokesman has already an-
nounced that there was no
Israeli aerial activity in the
area when the United Nations
aircraft was shot down by
the Syrian armed forces,"
Tekoah said.
The Israeli denial appeared
to be supported by a discrep-
ancy noted by observers here

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between the Syrian report of
the incident and the report
by the United Nations
Truce Supervision Organiza-
tion (UNTSO). According to
the Syrian account, Israeli
planes raiding Lebanon ap-
peared over Syrian territory
at 1 p.m. local time Friday
the time the UN plane was
shot down.
The UNTSO report, how-
ever, placed the Israeli sor-
tie over Lebanon at 3 p.m.
local time, two hours later.
A UN spokesman could not
explain the discrepancy.
The spokesman said an in-
vestigation was underway by
the UN as well as by Cana-
dian authorities. Tekoah re-
quested that his letter be
circulated as an official docu-
ment of the General Assemb-
ly and the Security Council.

Foreign Children
at Orthodox Camps

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Youth from three Central
American countries are par-
ticipating this year in the two
summer camps of the Agu-
dath Israel of America in
New York's Catskill area, ac-
cording to Rabbi Morris
Sherer, executive president
of the Orthodox agency.
There are 13 boys attend-
ing Camp Aguda in Ferndale,
and 12 girls at Camp Bnos
in Liberty.
Members of the Agudath
Israel chapter in Mexico City
served as recruiters for the
children in Bogata, Colom-
bia, Venezuela and Mexico
City, working with local Jew-
ish community educators,
Rabbi Sherer said.

11

Camp for Mothers
Held at Ma'alot

MA'ALOT—Part of a nation-
wide program for mothers of
economically deprived large
families conducted this sum-
by the Pioneer Women/Moet-
zet Hapoalot concluded re-
cently when Jewish and Arab
mothers presented a handi-
crafts exhibition at a vaca-
tion camp here.
With the cooperation of the
prime minister's office and
local municipal councils, the
camp brought together, for
two weeks, 36 Jewish and 15
Arab women from the twin
Jewish-Arab townships of
Ma'alot-Tarshikha.
Conducted 'with the aid of
Moetzet Hapoalot volunteers
and staff members, the
Ma'alot camp offered calis-
thenics, arts and crafts work'
and instruction, lectures on
personal topics, swimming,
sports and tours.
The women, who returned
each night to their homes
during the camp period, were
relieved of the care of their
smaller children who were
placed in all-day nurseries
operated by the Pioneer
Women/Moetzet .Hapoalot.

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REGINA F. SHAPIRO
SPEAKS OUT

When I decided to run for
Judge of the 46th District
Court, I did so because I felt
that many areas of the Judicial
system were ripe for new ideas.
And it was time that the Courts
increase their dedication to work
for the public's benefit.
That is why during'the primary campaign I ari-
nounced that if elected I would institute a 24-
hour-a-day "HOT LINE", start a NIGHT COURT,
publicize SMALL CLAIMS COURT and involve
the judiciary in an effective CRIME PREVEN-
TION PROGRAM.
I presented these ideas to the voters and I
would like to thank them for their affirmative
respone. Their message was loud and clear —
it's time for a change.
For the upcoming campaign, I intend to pre-
sent further new thinking about the Courts and
I would like to hear suggestions from the Dis-
trict voters as well.
Just a few months ago Regina F. Shapiro was
a relathrely unknown lawyer in Southfield,_ and
looking at the election results, I think the point
is Clear—Creative thinking has a place in the
Courts and I hope to bring it to the 46th District.

If you want to help me in this important cam-
paign, please call me at 559-4534.

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