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September 11, 1981 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-11

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6 Friday, September 11, 19131

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Court Allows Dig to Continue

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Israel Supreme Court
has issued a temporary
order overturning Educa-
tion and Cultural Minister
Zevulun Hammer's suspen-
sion for two weeks of the
controversial City of David
dig. The archeologists re-
turned to the site to resume
their work and the ultra-
Orthodox Jews of the Mea
Shearim quarter also re-
turned to demonstrate
against the excavation.
Police were also on hand to

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Meanwhile, the stand-
ing committee of the Con-
ference of European
Rabbis, meeting in

Bucharest, called on all
those involved in the con-
troversy to "abstain from
violence" and to use
"goodwill and persua-
sion" to further their
views.
The declaration the City
of David dig was issued
after less than two hours
discussion. A prominent
Chief Rabbi told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that
"this was the furthest we
could go in disassociating
ourselves from the ex-
tremist elements in
Jerusalem."
He explained that the
declaration's appeal for
moderation was addressed
to all the parties involved in
the controversy, but espe-
cially to the leaders of the
religious community. Sev-
eral of the participants at
the gathering told the JTA
that the appeal is also a call
to end coercion in any form.

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keep the peace.
The court's interim deci-
sion, by a three-justice tri-
bunal, was welcomed by
secular and academic -cir-
cles who had contended that
the original halakhic ruling
by the Chief Rabbis ban-
ning any excavations at the
site was unjustified. The
Chief Rabbis maintained
that there was an ancient
Jewish cemetery at the site,
but secular and academic
circles said there was no
evidence for this contention
and that in the four years of
the dig no evidence of a
Jewish cemetery was found
there.
The court, in its ruling
last Friday, said it would
give the basis for its deci-
sion at a later date.

354-3300i

MINNEAPOLIS — Bnai
Emet Synagogue has suc-
cessfully sued several
former members, to pay
membership dues and
building fund pledges.
In a case settled in
August in Hennepin Coun-
ty Counciliation Court, four
families were ordered to pay
the synagogue amounts
ranging from $167 to
$1,002.
The synagogue's attorney
told the American Jewish
World in Minneapolis that
the former members' pledge
cards represented a contract
and when they were not
paid, the contract was
breached."
The American Jewish
World editorialized that
the lawsuit was "unwise,
bad synagogue practice
and embarrassing to the
spiritual and lay leader-
ship of the congrega-
tion."
The editorial continued:
"To single out four families
to teach a lesson that 'we in-
tend to get tough' with those
who are delinquent is
wrong. Even if we assume
that these families can af-
ford to pay, that they have
money for luxuries but re-
fuse to pay the synagogue,

Final Shipment
of U.S. Planes
Arrives in Israel

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
arrival of four American-
built F-16 planes last week
brought to a final end the
embargo on delivery of 14
F-16s and three F-15s.
All 14 planes of the F-16
type and three F-15s, deliv-
ery of which had been held
up by the Reagan Adminis-
tration for weeks following
Israel's raid on the Iraqi nu-
clear reactor and the bomb-
ing of terrorist headquar-
ters in Beirut, having ar-
rived in Israel. The aircraft
are now being painted with
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and incorporated with the
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we would maintain that
such families indeed need
the synagogue to be helped
spiritually . . ."
The editorial was head-
lined "Bnai Emet Over-
reacted."

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in preparation for playing
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