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January 10, 1975 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-10

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20—Friday, January 10, 1975 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Peres Rebuts Rabbi's Charges That Army Mishandled Bodies

God hands out punishment, I Overfeed on hope and you'll
l sicken with madness.
man takes revenge.

JERUSALEM (JTA)—De-
fense Minister Shimon Peres
sharply rebutted charges by
Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi
Shlomo Goren that the Army
Chaplaincy Corps badly mis-
handled body retrievals dur-
ing the Yom Kippur War.
Peres told the Knesset that
contrary to Rabbi Goren's al-
legations, the chaplaincy
corps performed "brave and
devoted" service during the
war although certain lessons

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the bodies of fallen Israeli
soldiers on the Sabbath and
holidays, creating a serious
morale problem in the armed
forces.

JDL Bars Soviet Envoy's Entry

Into United Nations; 7 Arrested

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
Jewish Defense League said
that police made seven ar-
rests when demonstrators
prevented a Soviet diplomat
and his wife from entering
the Soviet Mission to the
United Nations.
According to the JDL, 300
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The chief rabbi charged
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crimes" and the abduction of
15-year-old Marina Tiemkin
by the Soviet secret police
to prevent her from joining
her father in Israel.
The Soviet UN Mission,
meanwhile, has charged the
New York City police with
laxity in breaking up the
demonstration which, it said,
lasted five hours.
In a note published as a
General Assembly document,
the Soviet Mission said, "A
police detachment arrived at
the scene of the disgusting
spectacle, but not until 11/2
hours after it had begun."
It charged that "the police
failed to take preventive
measures in good time to re-
strain extremist hooligans,"
adding, "The American au-
thorities should take all nec-
essary measures to see to it
that 'such hostile ac t i o n s
against the USSR Mission
and its staff are not per-
mitted in the future."

Adat Shalom Has
Sabbath Nursery

A babysitting s e r vice-
nursery staffed by volunteer
parents for parents who wish
to attend Sabbath morning
services, but have small chil-
dren, has opened at Adat .
Shalom Synagogue.
The nursery will be open
from 10. a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
Saturdays to enable parents
to participate in services
without distraction.
Persons wishing to utilize
the nursery facility may call
Sandi Goldsmith, 646-5659.

The matter came up at a
Cabinet meeting where Rabbi
Goren was rebuked for "a
disgraceful effort to stir up
the grief and pain of many
bereaved families." It was
also the subject of several
agenda motions in the Kness-
et.
The Cabinet did not dis-
cuss the merits of Rabbi Gor-
en's charges but was sharply
critical of the manner in
which the chief rabbi made
them public. He accused the
Army Chaplaincy Corps of
"disgraceful failure" in the
conduct of its body retrieval
activities in reply to a ques-
tion on a radio interview pro-
gram.
The Jerusalem Post dis-
closed that the "question"
was planted by Rabbi Gor-
en's office and that the per-
son who asked it, Avishai
Daum, was an employe of
Goren who falsely identified
himself on the program as an
army officer.
Rabbi. Goren, who was
chief chaplain of the Israeli
Armed Forces for 24 years
with the rank of general be-
fore his election to the chief
rabbinate three years ago,
leveled his charges mainly
against his successor and for-
mer protege, Chief Chaplain
MOrdechai Piron.

Rosenfeld to Be
Installed at
Beth Shalom

Robert Rosenfeld, Birm-
ingham attorney, will be in-
stalled as president of Cong.
Beth Shalom at services 8:15
p.m. Jan. 17 at the syna-
gogue. He succeeds Charles
Isackson.
Thecongregation will
honor its past president, and

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SILVER SPRINGS, Md.
(JTA) — A survey by the
Seaboard Region of the
United Synagogue of Amer-
ica indicates that women are
making signifitant gains in
efforts for equality in Con-
servative synagogues in the
region.
The region is made up of
50 congregations in Dela-
ware, Maryland, Virginia,
North Carolina and the Dis-
trict of Columbia. Of the 36
congregations which . re-
sponded to the survey, 50
percent count women in the
minyan and 19 give aliyot to
women and permit them to
read from the Torah.

ROBERT ROSENFE•D

an oneg Shabat will follow
the services.
Other officers to be instal-
led are: Murray A. Rubin
Dr. Eli Berger and Mr
Jules E. Kutner, vice presi-
dents; Mitcheal Bloom, treas-
urer; and Sy Finkelstein and
Allen Sloan, secretaries.
Israel Has Camps
Trustees are Michael Good-
man, Martin Lederman, Jack
for U.S. Youth
Lovinger, Stephen Medow,
CHICAGO—The youth and Mrs. Jordan Raider, Jeremy
student department of the Salinger, Mrs. David Young
Ministry of Tourism will of- and Allen Zemmol.
fer summer camps for Amer-
ican youth in Israel.
The camps will offer vari- Arab Press Alarmed
ous sports, handicraft activi-
TUNIS (ZINS) — A r a b
ties, folklore evenings, con- papers in Beirut, Cairo and
certs and films. Tours to the Damascus express alarm
historical and modern sites of over the return of Israeli
Israel will also be arranged. General Ariel Sharon to ac-
For information, write to tive duty. They point to his
Eilat Zeev, youth and stu- return to the army, and that
dent coordinator, Israel Gov- of several other high ranking
ernment Tourist Office, 5 S. officers, as "proof that the
Wabash, Room 1402, Chicago, enemy is preparing for a
Ill. 60603.
new war."

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