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July 30, 1976 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-30

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12 Friday, July 30, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hungary Synagogue Restored

BUDAPEST (JTA) — now open to the public.
One of the oldest known
The synagogue, located in
synagogues, that in Sopron, the small village in western
built in the 13th Century Hungary, is comparable in
has been restored and is its age and architecture to
the Neu-Alt Synagogue in
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our support of

BERNIE LENNON
for State Representative

Cong. James J. Blanchard
Daniel Cooper
David H. Shepherd
Charlotte Rothstein
Annetta Miller
Vern & Shirley Leopold
Robert & Marsha Rosenblum
Irving Rosen
Irwin & Fern Cohen
Sheldon Larky
Benson Leet
Fae K. Weiss
Judith Weisman
Nancy Lorber
Alan C. Feuer
Nick Budaj
'Marvin Novick
Bernie Schwartz
Bert Gordon
Bernie Labowitch
Ron & Carol Rocheleau
Don Flavin
Don & Rita Heath
Barry Levine
Matthew Calderwood
James Golden
Don & Shelly Jones

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U.S., Israel Peace Efforts Unmatched by Soviets, Arabs

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The United States has often
tried to persuade Israel to
go' beyond its established
position in American efforts
towards a Middle East set-
tlement, but the Soviet
Union has not taken a simi-
lar step with any Arab
leader, according to former
Undersecretary of State
Joseph J. Sisco.
In- an interview- with CBS,
the former diplomat said
the "commitment" of the
U.S. and of the West is for a
"practical solution" of the
Arab-Israeli dispute.
"What I have found want-
ing," Sisco observed, "in
Soviet policy based on my
own experience has been
this: that when the there
has been a negotiation, and
when the United States has

played a role, I have never
found that the Soviet Union
has been willing to apply its
own persuasion vis-a-vis
those with whom it is . close
that would go beyond a posi-
tion that a given Arab
leader or a given Arab state
was taking at the time."
Continuing, Sisco said:
"There are many occa-
sions in our relationship,
special as it is, with Israel,
where we have tended to
try to encourage them (Is-
raelis) to go perhaps be-
yond where their estab-
lished position may be"
but "I cannot find any
really concrete evidence
where the Soviet Union
has taken this sort of posi-
tion."
Sisco, now president. of
the American University

here, said the U.S. and the
Soviet Union "have always
agreed to disagree when it
comes to the substance of a
settlement." He said he has
always felt that the U.S.
and the West has much
more to gain from a peace-
ful resolution than does the
Soviet Union.
Sisco's remarks followed
CBS interviewer Richard
Hottelet's comment that
some in Washington think
Soviet public support for the
PLO and coolness toward
Syria in the Lebanese situa-
tion, despite the close rela-
tionship between Syria and
Soviet Union over the past
25 years, is because Syria
sees an independent con-
vergence of interests by
Syria, Jordan, Egypt, the
United States and "even Is-

rael" toward a negotiated
peace, and the Soviets want
to block that because if
there is peace in the Middle
East there is no room there
for the USSR.

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Terrorist Attack on Natanya
Prevented by Off-Duty Guard

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The dier were injured when a
alertness of an off-duty civil bomb exploded Sunday near
defense guard prevented the refugee camp of Balata
what could have been a seri- near Nablus. The dead man
ous terrorist atrocity in was identified as Abd Hatib
Natanya. The incident hap- of the Druze village of Hor-
pened about two weeks ago fish.
but was only revealed this
The three policemen and
week after police rounded the soldier were standing
up other members of a ter- near the camp when the
rorist gang in the Nablus explosion went off, Nearby
area. shops were ordered closed
Police said the off-duty by the authorities and sev-
guard became suspicious eral persons are being ques-
when he saw two West Bank tioned by the police.
youths carrying a heavy val-
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ise. He alerted another civil
defense guard who was on
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duty and they stopped the
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Vet-
youths.
erans of Hagana,
the Jewish
Police sappers were called underground
defense
force
and they found a large im-
of the Mandate period, are
provised
bomb
inside told
the seeking
a land-
valise.
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they
had on
intended
place
bomb
the Na- to trained clandestinely in the
sand dunes south of Tel Aviv
tanya
beach
was of
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the noses of the Bri-
crowded
with which
thousands
tish police.
bathers, mostly women and
They have centered their
children.
attention on an old stone
Police investigation led
building in what is now the
to the arrest of three more
West Bank youths. The fast growing suburb of Ho-
five youths, who made up Ion. The structure may be
an El Fatah cell in Sa- razed to make way for new
maria, are also suspected housing.
The Hagana vets intend to
of having placed a bomb on
renovate it and turn it into a
a bus in Kfar Saba about a
Hagana museum containing
year ago.
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Ministers, MKs
Get Salary Hikes

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
New regulations stipulating
the salaries of Israel's top
public officials were ap-
proved by the Knesset
House Committee.
The President will receive
a basic monthly salary of IL
6,000, the Premier IL 5,800
and Knesset members IL
3,600. Only the President's
salary is tax-free.
In addition to the basic
salaries, the officials will re-
ceive an average of IL 100
per day for expenses. Basic
salaries will rise with the
cost-of-living index as they
do for all Israelis and the of-
ficials will also enjoy family
allowances.
Fringe benefits include
holiday grants, book, news-
paper and hotel allowances.

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