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June 24, 1977 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

German Terrorist
Trial Postponed

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The
trial of two West Germans
charged with attempting to
shoot down an El Al plane
at the Nairobi Airport on
Jan. 16, 1976, scheduled to
open before a military tri-
bunal last week, has been
postponed indefinitely.
The accused terrorists,
Brigitte Schultz, 25, and
Thomas Reuter, were cap-
tured along with three
Arabs near the airport in
possession of a SAM-7
ground-to-air missile which
they intended to fire at an
El Al passenger plane that
was about to land at Nair-
obi Airport.
The trial had been de-
layed once before because
of difficulties in getting a
defense attorney. The ac-
cused had requested Felicia
Langer, a well-known Is-
raeli left-wing lawyer, but
she has been barred from
appearing before military
tribunals.
The trial will be held
hind closed doors but the
West German Embassy will
be allowed to have a repre- „
sentative present.

Medicine Called
Israeli Priority

NEW YORK—The expan-
sion of medical services in
Israel was called a "prior-
ity" by the Mayor of Na-
tanya, Dr. Avraham Bar-
Menahem, who was visiting
the U.S. on a mission for
Laniado Hospital in Kiryat
Sanz, Natanya, Israel.
Speaking at a reception
given in his honor at City
Hall by New York Mayor
Abraham. D. Beame, Dr.
Bar-Menahem said, "The
improvement of medical
services is a priority in IS-
raeli society. Despite the
country's economic prob-
lems, and despite the huge
expenditures which must go
for defense, there is a vigor-
ous commitment for better-
ing the expanding patient
care and services in Is-
rael."
Dr. Bar-Menahem said
the "Laniado Hospital is an
outstanding example of this
commitment. It is Israel's
newest hospital and it has
the potential of developing
into a major center for med:
ical care and research."

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Increase Jewish Values in Israel,
Orthodox Leader Urges Begin

FALLSBURG,
N.Y.
(JTA )—The head of a 1,000-
member Orthodox rabbinic
body called upon the new
Premier of Israel, Men-
ahem Begin, "to strengthen
Israel's bonds with world
Jewry by embarking on an
all-out effort to inject
uniquely Jewish values into
the fabric of Israeli so-
ciety."
Rabbi Walter Wurzbur-
ger, president of the Rabbi-
nical Council of America,
made his remarks in his
presidential address at the
41st annual convention, at
the Pine View Hotel.
Wurzburger was critical
of recent comments of
prominent spokesmen for
the Conservative and Re-
form movements who
charge there is a suppres-
sion of the religious rights
of non-Orthodox Jewish
groups in Israel.
"The unique spiritual
identity of the country can
only be realized by strength-
ened halakhic authority in
Israeli public life," the
rabbi declared.
At the same time, Wur-
zburger expressed concern
over President Carter's re-
cent statements about Is-
rael. He declared that,
"Public declarations by the
President of the U.S. on spe-
cific issues in advance of ac-
tual peace negotiations can
only impede the search for

U.S. Bolts Meeting
Excluding Israel

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA)—The United States
walked out of a meeting of
all UN member states last
week to protest the failure
to invite Israel.
The American representa-
tive. James Leonard. made
the gesture when he found
out that Israel had been ex-
cluded by the Organization
for African Unity (OAU)
which called the meeting to
mark the first anniversary
of the shooting at Sowetho,
South Africa.
Israel's Ambassador to
the UN, Chaim Herzog
asked Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim for an ur-
gent meeting to find out
why Israel was not invited.
Herzog said "It is a sad
but accurate commentary
indeed on the United Na-
tions today to see how the
racist Arab states impose
their will on every occasion
on UN institutions and to
note the moral cowardice
and weakness of those who
submit to such Arab pres-
sures."
The Sowetho incident. on
June 16. 1976, touched off
six months of bloodshed dur-
ing which at at least 600
black Africans were killed.

`Who's Who'

NEW YORK—The first in-
ternational conference of
"Who's Who in World
Jewry" will convene in .Je-
rusalem Jan. 11 - 22. 1978.
The main purpose of the
conference is the estab-
lishment of the Jewish Hall
of Fame. a museum and
cultural institution to be
constructed in Jerusalem.

a peaceful solution which
will emerge only by direct
negotiations between the
parties concerned. Our Pres-
ident will be most effective
if he uses the tremendous
presitge of his office to
bring about such direct ne-
gotiations between Israel
and its Arab neighbor
states."
Wurzburger also called
upon American Jewry to
rally behind the newly elect-
ed government of the state

of Israel and expressed the
fervent hope that under
Begin's leadership a lasting
and just peace be secured.
Meanwhile, Rabbi. Ber-
nard Rosenzweig, first vice
president of the Rabbinical
Council, delivered 'a long
and bitter attack on Breira
at another session of the
convention. He accused it
of "undermining the secu-
rity of Israel" and "jeopard-
izing the forthcoming peace
negotiations in Geneva."

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