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September 13, 1968 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 13, 1968-13

UAR Attacks Linked to Need
for Morale Among Soldiers

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French Firm Buys Rights to Hechmon Teaching Method

HAIFA—The world-wide conces-
sion for the distribution of the new
audio visual system for the teach-
ing of Hebrew, developed at the
Technion, Israel Institute of Tech-
noligy, by Dr. Paul Enoch and
Mrs. Judith Cais, of the depart-
ment of general studies, has been
purchased by the French publish-
ing firm Didier, it was announced

developing additional courses of
the new method.
The new audio visual Hebrew
teaching method has aroused
keen interest in many countries in
Europe, America and Latin Amer-
ica, and several courses using it
have already been held in Israel
in cooperation with the Jewish
Agency. Several universities in
Europe and the U.S. are contem-
plating the introduction of the
new method as part of their pro-
gram.
(The Jewish Center in Detroit
utilizes the method under the title
"Habet Ushma.")
Meanwhile, it was announced
that Israeli chemical engineers,
graduates of the Technion, who

wish to be admitted as members
of the British Institute of Chemi-
cal Engineers, will no longer be
required to take the institute's
qualifying examinations.

However, graduates of the Tech-
Three Israeli border policemen
nion will be required to submit a
(Continued from Page 12)
were slightly injured when their
design project before their applica-
he noted, coincided with various patrol car came under mortar and
tion for membership is approved.
alarms in the Arab world about machine gun fire from Jordanian
Technion authorities hope that this
an impending Israeli attack.
positions - Saturday afternoon. It here.
requirement also will be removed
(President Nasser has a com- was the second attack within an
The agreement, negotiated be-
in the future.
pelling need to remind the world hour near Neve Urr, in the Beisan tween the Technion Research and
that Egypt is still to be reckoned valley, a military spokesman said. Development Foundation Ltd., and
with, especially now, that the He reported that Israeli units. re- the French firm gives Didier the
Soviet Union is pre-occupied in turned the fire and the patrol was right to produce and distribute all
Czechoslovakia, Mr. Hurst wrote. resumed after the injured men the relevant material, such as
The Telegraph said however that were taken to a hospital. Accord- books and films, all over the world,
the impression persisted that ing to the spokesman, the shooting in return for royalties, which will
Russia is provoking such incidents was started by Arab marauders
be divided between the foundation
as the Suez artillery clash in an dug in around the ruins of Man- and the two authors of the new
attempt to extend its military and shiyah village on the Jordan's east
SEE OR CALL
political power in the Mediter- bank. The village served as a gun method of study.
Dr. Enoch and Mrs. Cais are
ranean by putting Israel on the emplacement for Jordanian regu-
ELECTRONIC
political and military defensive.)
lars. It was heavily hit in yester-
Speculation here as to Egyptian day's artillery duel between Israeli Holiday Conflict Avoided
GARAGE DOOR
motives leaned to the need to raise and Jordanian forces.
OPENER
CLEVELAND (JTA)—Cleveland
troop morale and prove to Egyp-
Schools re-opened in Yardena
ition-Crioornan
tian soldiers that they have re- and Beth Joseph, Beisan valley State University has advanced the
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gained the strength they had prior settlements that have been fre- fall term registration date for
to June 1967. Even more impor- quent targets of Jordanian artillery Jewish students from Sept. 23 to
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tant, it was said. Egypt wants and small arms fire. The classes
the
later
date
1350 N. Woodward Birmingham
to show the Arab world that it is had been suspended because of Sept. 20 because
coincides with Rosh Hashana. The
also active against Israel and not lack of adequate shelters.
MI 4=1030
sitting idle while other Arab states,
A curfeW was imposed on Gaza arrangement was made by the
Call Evenings Until 9
Res. 357-0326
namely Jordan, bear the brunt of after an explosion in the main school through the campus Hillel
353-3284
the confrontation with Israel.
market place Saturday morning adviser.
(Tom Little wrote in the London which injured 14 local residents
Times Tuesday that no Arab gov- and Israeli Arabs. The explosive
ernment would readily attack Is- charge detonated under a truck
rael now or in the near future owned by one of the Israeli. Arabs
because none is in a military posi- who was injured. All were hos-
tion to do so. According to Little, pitalized.
the possibility of war hinges on Egyptian Deserter Reveals
Egypt which is known to have been Kidnaped Israeli Soldier
re-armed by Russia to approxi- Died in Hospital of Injuries
mately its pre-June 1967 strength.
TEL AVIV (JTA)—An Egyptian
But it is doubtful whether the new soldier who deserted Saturday said
armaments have offensive value here Monday that an Israeli soldier
and, primarily, the men are not kidnaped by Egyptian commandos
ready, Little said. He said that Aug. 26 died in a hospital. The
Russians training Egyptian troops deserter, Abd El Hakim Moham-
have reported to Moscow that med Suedi, told newsmen that his
Egypt will not be ready to drive unit had been put on alert Aug. 26
Israel out of the Sinai for another just prior to a commando raid
year or two.)
across the Suez Canal in which
Israeli forces in the Suez Canal two Israeli soldiers were killed
Zone refrained from returning and a third kidnaped. Israeli au-
small arms and machine gun thorities have identified the kid-
fire aimed at them by Egyptian naped soldier as Yaacob Royneh of
forces near Port Tewfik Wednes• Kibutz Eliaon.
day morning. But a fierce ex-
The deserter said he was told of
change of fire developed Tues- the kidnaped Israeli's death by a
day night along the Israel-Jordan soldier from another unit who
demarcation line in the Beisan
visited him after the raid. He said
Valley and south of Lake Tiberi- that
his unit knew all about the
as, a military spokesman report- raid and that two Israelis had been
ed. There were no casualties.
killed and one kidnaped. He said
The Israeli forces on the east that he had been posted as a look-
Yes, at Shifman's you'll find the very
bank of the canal were obviously out on the night of the raid and
newest in style . . . including the col-
under orders to exercise restraint had seen Egyptian troops manning
ors
and patterns that are setting the
Egyptian
units
were
apparently
as
their weapons. He said that after
pace. Qualit y, America's foremost
doing their best to provoke them sighting a flare, the alert was
into an escalation. According to a called off.
manufacturer's are repreSented. Fit,
m ilitary spokesman, Egyptian
Says Removal
Abba
Eban
Shifman's has long been known for it's
soldiers sent bursts of rifle and
tailoring. Yes„ at Shifrrian's you get
machine gun fire across the canal of Nasser Would Improve
three times in a 35-minute period Chances for Settlement
them all . . . in time for wearing this
LONDON (JTA) —Foreign Minis-
shortly before 9 a.m. Wednesday.
"Yomtov".
ter
Abba
Eban
of
Israel
hinted
in
The Israelis did not react and the
an
interview
published
in
the
petered
out,
the
spokes-
shooting
Guardian that the removal of
man said.
BOTANY 500 SUITS
President Abdel Gamal Nasser of
But settlers in several Beisan Egypt might improve chances of
$95 to $110
settlements
spent
four
hours
Valley
a Middle East settlement. He ad-
or longer in bomb shelters Tues- mitted that Israel was already
PETROCELLI SUITS
day night as bazooka, mortar and approaching the bargaining table
$125 to $145
later artillery shells whistled over- with the Arabs by way of indirect
shooting
The
Jordanian
head.
negotiations, though he insisted
CARDINAL SUITS
started at about 10 p.m. local time that binding contractual agree-
$165 to $200
when an Israeli armored patrol ments can be made only when both
car was attacked with bazooka parties meet face-to-face.
shells and automatic fire. Israeli
But, Eban told the Guardian re-
units returned the fire and the
Jordanians brought their artillery porter, Peter Jenkins, "that doesn't
mean you can do nothing ahead of
into action. The pattern was a fa- time
to clarify and define princi-
miliar one in which small arms
were used by irregulars to precipi- ples." He conceded that indirect
EVERYTHING FOR THE MAN
tate a clash with Jordanian ar- negotiations "for what they are
tillery backing them up at a later worth are taking place already."
Asked if Israel still insisted on a
state. Israeli guns reportedly scored
LINCOLN CENTER
direct hits on Jordanian positions formal peace treaty with the
GREENFIELD ROAD
Arabs,
the
foreign
minister
replied,
in Haharavim and Bakour villages "That is the normal way of con-
(Between 10 1/2 and 11 Mile Roads)
which have been taken over by cluding a state of war—speeches
and
Jordanian
army
terrorists
Open Monday, Thursday,
units. Heavy damage was also at the United Nations have no
Friday and Saturday to 9
done to Jordanian positions at the juridicial value whatsoever."
junction of the Israel, Syrian and
The Wise Owl Club of America,
Jordanian borders following a con-
certed mortar attack on Israeli the eye-safety incentive program
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the
Prevention
of
Blindness
awards
spokesman
said.
He
reported
tary
Diners and the new Shifman Charges honored
that Israeli units were attacked membership to industrial employes
have protected their eyes
Wednesday morning in the Neve. who
from injury or loss of sight by
Urr and Beisan regions, starting wearing safety eyewear at the
a brief exchange of fire which
time of an on-the-job accident.

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