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March 21, 1969 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-21

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Egyptian Shells Hit UN Truck at Suez

8—Friday, March 21, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Habonim's Adult Body Br oadens Membership

NEW YORK—Habonim Alumni
American ilabontm Association
Association has decided to change will continue its assistanc e to the
! its name to American Habonim Habonim youth movement, but
Association at a special meeting will expand its activity.

' of the board of directors here.
The name change reflects a
broadened program of affirmative
Jewish. Israel-related, community.
oriented activity undertaken at the
recent national conference in Sil-
ver Spring. Md.
Membership is now open to all
American and Canadian Jews in-
terested in the program of the
a,sociation.

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A United Nations truck parked on the Israel side of the Suez Canal was struck by an Egyptian
shell. It is shown here being examined by a UN official.

Jews Are Among Defendants
in Russ 'Economic Crime' Trial

LONDON (JTA)—A number of '

defendants in an "economic crime"
trial held recently in the Soviet
Union, some of whom have been
sentenced to death, appear to be
Jews, it was reported here this
week from Moscow.
The Soviet Law Journal reported
that a 14-member ring of embez-
zlers that stole goods from the
state worth more than S1.500,000

has been convicted.

According to the Journal, the
trial lasted eight months and con-
cluded in December, but the Soviet
press, observers said, did not re-
port it. Some two hundred persons
were called to testify as witnesses.
The Journal said the ring oper-
ated for about a dozen years and
was headed by Alexander Heifitz.
It said that by bribing the direc-
tors of several ladies' wear stores,
the ring sold stolen goods to Mos-
cow department stores. In October
1964, a similar trial was held in-
volving defendants named Roifman
and Shakerman—both Jews—and
most of the 21 defendants were
sentenced to death.

Memorial Award Honors
Jewish Teacher of Year_

NEW YORK — An award in the '
amount of $3,000 for "original, ex- 1
citing, and measurable contribu-
tions made by a Jewish educator
in the formal setting of a Jewish
elementary or high school" was
announced Monday by Isadore
Breslau, president of the Ameri-
can Association for Jewish Educa-
tion.
The award was established by a
special grant from the Zacks Fam-
ily Foundation of Columbus, O.. in
memory of Aaron Zacks, indus-
trialist and philanthropist, who
died in 1965.
The award (in the amount of
$1,500) will be granted annually,
with an equal amount for the win-
ner's spouse, to defray the cost

of a visit to Israel for the purpose

of enriching the recipient's back-

ground and knowledge.

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In 1961, large-scale specula-
tion and embezzlement were

made capital crimes and about
150 persons had been executed by
1964. The West condemned the
"economic crimes" trials and they
were apparently discontinued —
at least no death sentences
stemming from them have been
reported in recent years.

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The Journal indicated that more
such trials lie ahead, saying some
80 persons had been suspected of
similar crimes. It was generally
ackarioirleaged that, despite Soviet
denials. Jews had been deliberately
singled out for accusation and
trial. The "economic crimes" trials
had been given wide publicity in

Russia.

Arab Women Stage
Mosque Sit-In

I JERUSALEM (JTA) —

Thirty

Arab women began a sit-in strike
in a Nablus mosque Monday to pro-
test recent arrests by Israeli occu-
pation authorities and the demoli-
tion of house belonging to suspected
terrorists. Nablus, the largest
West Bank town, was the scene
of disorders by students and adults
in recent days. A curfew on the
old part of the city was lifted Mon-
day after four days.
Israeli sappers demolished sev-
eral houses in East Jerusalem
which belonged to suspected mem-
bers of the popular Front for' the
Liberation of Palestine. Several
of the buildings were used as wea-
pons training sites authorities said.
A high-ranking Israeli senior

staff officer suggested that the
series of ' heavy artillery duels
initiated by Egypt along the
Suez Canal demarcation line
stemmed from a calculated policy
dictated by international ex-
ternal pressures and by Egyptian
hopes of gaining political advan-
tages in any Big Four discus-
sions on the Middle East con-
flict.

Acting Premier Yigal Allon
warned Egypt to end its "aggres-
sion" on the Suez Canal or that
Israel would use measures like
those "already employed and
some hitherto unused." United
Nations observers confirmed
rael's complaint that in all in-
stances of action this week, Egypt
had started the shooting. Allon
said that if the Egyptians had
decided to disrupt Israeli fortifica-
tion work "they missed their
chance because we are well forti-
fied" and efforts to dislodge Is-
raeli forces would fail.
Israeli return fire hit three
Egyptian ships in Port Ibrahim on
the Gulf of Suez, smashed three
Egyptian tanks, hit a number of
anti-tank guns.

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