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July 12, 1985 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-12

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56 Friday, July 12, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Crossing Ban

We wish all customers and friends
a healthy and enjoyable summer.

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A railroad
crossing where 19 children and
three adults were killed in a
train-bus collision last month has
been barred to buses by the
Transport Ministry until correc-
tive measures can be taken. But a
dispute has arisen over which
authorities — national or local —
should do the necessary work.
The crossing is one of several
hundred in Israel with neither
gates nor warning signals be-
cause the road that crossed the
tracks is little used. The road
leads to a seashore nature
preserve at Moshav Habonim
south of Haifa. The collision vic-
tims were seventh-graders from a
Petach Tivka junior high school,
on an outing with their teachers
and a few accompanying parents.

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