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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta From sea to shining sea two photographers with a similar theme. on Florida's Atlantic by Glen Puskar. Ihe Pacific at Point Reyes National by John Arms. Herald PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS At the recent Commonwealth conference he criti- cized the French nuclear testprogram. Who is HOW DO YOU 91 to 100 pomti TOP SCOREI 81 to 90 points Excellent. 71 to 80 polnlt Good. 61 to 70 points Filr. 60 or 11 H'mml FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What do you think explains the return of the bow tie in men's Is It here to YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Which of the following was not present for thft opening of the Commonwealth conference in a-Bntlsh Prime Minister Edward Heath b-Uganda President Idi Amin c-Commonwealth Secretary-General Arnold Smith 2 During her second Canadian visit of the Queen Elizabeth paid tribute to the late.. at the opening ceremonies of the new external affairs which bears the former Prime Minister's name. 3 The United States and South Viet Nam agreed on. as a replacement for Canada on the truce-observation commission. a-Egypt b-Iran c-Thailand 4 How many of the 290 Canadian truce observers were killed in Viet 6 Rising as well as rising food have been in the news. Statistics Canada reported that the personal income of all Canadians rose per cent last year. a-6.5 b-11.5 c-16.5 PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. artificial b-former c-unhkely to cnange suddenly d-major product or food item e- established lule or custom 1.....staple 2.....ersatz 4.....stable 6.....erstwMle PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 6 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. l.....SheiIc Mujibur Rahman Tan- zania 2.....Julius Nyerera 3.....Gen. Yakubu Gowon b-Head of Nigeria C-Prime Bangladesh 4.....Archbishop Makarioa d-Prime New Zealand E.....Norman Kirk 813-73 STUDENTS Save This Practice Cyprus Inc. SNM DA AC 1Q IN FACE OF CRITICISM... Israelis tend to close ranks An Analysis By TERRENCE SMITH New York Times Service JERUSALEM first I thought it was madness far too much risk for too Ltfle pro- a Hebrew university pro- fessor said recently of Israeli's daring diversion of an Arab air- liner over Beirut. then I heard the chorus of hypocrites abroad citicizing Israel end I changed my mind. Dayan is if we don't pro- tect no one else will The professor's words illus- trate a significant shift that seems to have taken place in the attitudes of many Israelis toward the co itroversial air- liner incident. Initial criticism of the operation seems to have given way to a general acknow- ledgement that such unconven- tional tactics are necessary if unpleasant. This change in attitude came about partly as a result of a strong defense of the operation on Israeli television by Defence Minister Moshe and partly as a backlash to the mounting world criticism of the mission. It is a shift that frequently occurs here when Israel sud- denly comes under attack in world opinion. As citizens of a garrison state fihat was carved out of adversity 25 years Israehs instinctively close ranks against foreign criticism. It is a phenomenon that goes a long way toward explaining the remarkable cohesion of Is- raeli society. late the many Is- raelis have a dichotomous view of events that affect Israel. It is almost as though there were two Israelis in every one. On one many Israelis view the world scene with the normal reactions of a cbtizen of a modern nation state. As they tend to deplore gov- ernment authorized hijack- ing as a contradiction of the anti hijacking campaign Is- rael has been waging so vigor- ously abroad. On a second their view is shaped by the siege condi- tions in which they have lived for 25 years. A long history of persecution and three wars in- side a generation have provid- ed a special outlook. Actions that would be deplored under normal circumstances become justifiable as acts of self-de- fense. The airliner incident provides a classic example. Israeli jet fighters intercepted a Bagh- dad bound Arab airliner a few minutes after takeoff from Beirut Hoping to find four top Palestinian guerrilla leaders the Israehs diverted the plane to a military air- field in Israel. Finding none of the men they were looking the Israehs permitted the plane to return to Beirut -with all its passengers. The mtial reaction of many like the was critical. They saw it as a high-risk operation guaranteed to bring a storm of internation- al criticism down on Israel's head The failure of the mission also intensified the criticism of it. Despite the James Bond qual- ity to many of Israel's counter- terror few have failed in the past. The Israeli public has grown accustomed to success. This initial criticism was re- flected in the editorial columns of a leading Israeli paper. planned the operation disregarded the fact that the state of Israel has for some four years now been wag- ing a political campaign against plane hijacking. In tha wake of the Israel loses its unage as a country that respects the freedom of international civil The Israeli Airline Pilots As- sociation also disassociated it- self from the an- nouncing that it not condone such an action even if it was to capture the world's No 1 criminal against civil But in the face of the prompt and categorical condemnation of the operation the do- mestic criticism began to melt swiftly. Another catalyst in the change of public attitude was Defense Minister Dayan. Breaking 24 hours of government silence on the he appeared on Israel television and argued forcefully that Israel had a duty to seize any opportunity it could to cripple the Palestin- ian organizations. 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