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December 11, 1992 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-12-11

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scouts or chief financial offi-
cers.
"Unless there's a plan to
change that," he demanded,
"the number going into the
stadiums (when the season
starts) must be zero." He
even held out the challenge
that the place to start might
be the vacant commis-
sioner's job.
The Rev. Jackson said he
is establishing a "rainbow
sports commission" to serve
as a watchdog over baseball,
basketball and football to
push for greater oppor-
tunities for minorities.
NJCRAC vice chair
Abrams was pleased to join
the Rev. Jackson's protest
coalition, which also includ-
ed Japanese Americans and
Native Americans.
"I thought his overtures to
the Jewish community were
very positive," said Ms.
Abrams. "It was obvious to
me that he had carefully
thought out his approach
and chosen his words to
make the point that it was
time for the black and Jew-
ish communities to begin
working together again."
The Rev. Jackson met with
some of the owners before
the rally, but their only an-
nouncement on the Schott
affair so far was that a corn-
mittee was studying the
issue.

Troops Injured
By Mistake

Jerusalem (JTA) — Three
border policeman and a
paratrooper were slightly
wounded when they
mistakenly shot at each
other during an Israeli
operation in the West Bank.
Israel Radio reported that
the units were undercover
forces disguised as Arabs.
But an army spokesman de-
nied troops were operating
undercover in the shooting
incident at Silat el- Har-
thiya, north of Jenin.
Military sources quoted by
the Israeli daily Ha'aretz
said the responsible officers
would probably be disciplin-
ed for the slip-up in coor-
dination that led to the
exchange.
A paratroop unit opened
fire when it spotted several
unidentified armed men.
The fire was returned before
the two units realized they
were shooting at friendly
forces.
Two officers in the Israel
Defense Force Central
Command were dismissed
over the past year for similar
incidents in which two
soldiers were killed.

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