Israeli Holiday Worshipers
Urged to Bring Guns to Services
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Worshipers in Salad
carried their firearms to synagogue on Rosh
Inspector Itzhak Deutch, the local police com-
mander, made this unusual request in case terror-
ists should try an attack on a synagogue during the
High Holy Days.
Most of the children who were killed by terror-
ists in the Ma'alot schoolhouse were from Safad.
Elsewhere in the country, the local police and civil
defense prepared plans for the protection of syn-
agogues and other places of prayer during the
Reaffirms Friendly Relations
13-Week Gloom for Israel
at UN General Assembl
Special to The Jewish News
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.-
The 13-week session of the
United Nations General As-
sembly opened the first - day
of Rosh Hashana with pros-
pects of gloom for Israel.
Declaring that the U.S. will
expand aid to underdeveloped
countries with wheat and food
supplies, in spite of the Arab
oil tactics, Presient Ford
warned against continuation
of such obstructionist tactics.
The session began with
threats from the Afro-Asian,
Soviet and Arab blocs that
the Middle East problem will
be utilized in efforts to chal-
lenge Israel, to seek injection
of the Palestine Liberation
Organization into a prominent
role in consideration of the
mounting problems and un-
doubtedly to aim at ..condem-
nation of Israel in many re-
vived manipulations of attack
on the Jewish state.
The threat became apparent
with the unanimous election
of Abdelaziz Bouteflika, for-
eign minister of Algeria, as
president of the General As-
sembly, who at once launched
into a demand for recogni-
tion of the PLO. He did not
mention Israel by name but
demanded punishment for re-
tention of occupied territory
in Palestine and „made no
secret of the intention to pur-
esue attacks on the Jewish
BecauSe of Rosh Hashana,
the Israel delegation did not
attend the session.
eign Minister Yigal Allon will
head Israel's delegation to
the United Nations General
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Is- Romania's support for the
raeli and Romanian officials PLO. Premier Yitzhak Rabin
meeting here drafted a joint is understood to have made
communique marking the end the same point most force-
of Romanian Foreign Minis- fully to Macovescu at their
ter Gheorghe Macovescu's meeting in Jerusalem just
before Rabin left for Wash-
If remarks made by Maco- ington.
Israel's cordial relations
vescu and his host, Foreign
Minister Yigal Allon at a with Romania survived the
dinner for the Romanian dip- Six-Day War when the en-
lomat here are any indica- tire Communist bloc except
tion, the communique notes Romania severed diplomatic
the differences between the relations with Israel. _Diplo-
two countries in their ap- matic observers expect it to
proach to the Middle East survive the present differ-
problem while reaffirming ences. But there is no deny-
ing that Israel is deeply dis-
their friendly relations.
turbed by Bucharest's en-
Macovescu stressed t h a t thusiastic support for the
there could be no peace in PLO.
the Middle East without a
Israel was- also distressed
solution of the Palestinian by the joint communique is-
problem. Allon stated that the sued by President Nicolae
Palestine Liberation Organi- Ceausescu of Romania and
Be sure you are right, but
zation (PLO) "whose agents Syrian President Hafez As-- don't be too sure the fellow
murder children and wom- sad in Daniascus which im- across the street - is wrong.
en . ' could not be regarded as plied support for Syrian mil-
a freedom movement.
Macovescu replied, "Is-
T h e communique con-
rael's continued presence in demned Israel's bombing of
the territories taken in 196'7 refugee camps harboring ter-
does not help progress to- rorists in Lebanon, but made
ward peace." Allon reported no mention of terrorist raids
that peace efforts would be on Israeli civilian centers.
jeopardized by recognition of
TIP TO MOTORISTS
During your holiday
At their talks here Allon
reportedly expressed Israel's driving, bear in mind that
strong dissatisfaction over death never takes a holiday.
10—Friday, Sept. 20, 1974
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