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August 29, 1969 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-29

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HIAWATHA ORIGIN
Longfellow based "The Song of
Hiawatha" on legends and tales
k h
11 collected by Henry Rowe School-
Pvt. Urri Bublin, 18. of Bnei vehicle was hit by a bazooka
shell
ets were fired at Beisan Township
Tuesday morning but caused no , Brak, was killed by Egyptian gun injuring three soldiers. The fourth craft, an Indian agent stationed at
Sault Ste. Marie in Michigan's
fire
near
the
southern
section
of
was
wounded
when
Syrian
guns
casualties or damage. The rockets
were fired from Jordanian terri- the Suez Canal Saturday night. Lt. shelled Israeli soldiers trying to Upper Peninsula, according to the
Michigan Tourist Council.
tory. Israeli forces returned the Ben Ami Schwartzboum, 31, was evacuate those previously hurt.
killed Friday night when he
fire.
12 — Friday, August 29, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
stepped
on
a
mine
near
the
Da-
An Israeli soldier and a border
policeman were injured early Tues- miya bridge in the Jordan Valley.
Sgt.
Yonatan
Levy,
20,
was
killed
day when guerrillas attacked a ,
patrol south of Kfar Ruppin in when he stepped on a mine south of
the Beisan Valley. The road to Ras Sudar on the eastern shore of
(ARBETER RING)
Eilat was slightly damaged Mon- the Gulf of Suez Friday. Pvt. Elie-
day night when four demolition zer Kahan, 19, died of wounds he
TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE
charges exploded. Two other; received in another mine explo-
charges were found and disman- I sion.
A Jewish Secular Environment for the 3, 4, and 5 year
tied. Two bazooka shells were fired
Four Israeli soldiers were in-
old. Limited number of openings available for our 2,
at a pick-up truck on the road to' jured Sunday morning, one of them
Eilat. They came from Jordanian seriously, when their vehicle
3 and 5 A.M. and P.M. day sessions.
territory. No casualties or damage struck a mine north of Kantara.
were reported.
Two Israeli soldiers and a civilian
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An Israeli army officer and a were injured by Egyptian gun fire
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KE 7-5440
sergeant were killed Sunday when near Port Tewfik Friday. Three
their vehicle struck a mine in the soldiers were injured in mining in-
Kasser El Yahud area north of the cidents along the Gulf of Suez.
Dead Sea. Two other soldiers were
Ten Katyusha rockets exploded
injured Sunday night when they - at Shear Yashuv and Dafnah set-
were ambushed on a road near the tlements in Upper Galilee last Sat-
- 18716 Schaefer Highway
Lebanese border.
urday night. The rockets, fired
Five Arab saboteurs were killed from Lebanese territory, caused
announces that AUXILIARY SERVICES will be
in a clash with an Israeli patrol no casualties of damage. Several
held in the "Scharer Aeditorium" of the
which they tried to ambush on the Katyusha rockets fired from Jor-
central road in the Golan Heights. danian territory landed near Da-
DETROIT
FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS
An Israeli military spokesman ganya and Beth Zera settlements
19161 Schaefer
identified the fatalities as Lt. Odded Saturday smashing windows but
as in the past
Shachnai and Sgt. Yaacob Wagner. causing no casualties.
24.
SALE OF TICKETS FOR BOTH LOCATIONS AT THE SYNAGOGUE:
An Arab saboteur was killed
In other action Monday, Israeli
Sundays, 10 a.m. to 12 noon, 5:30 to • p.m.; Daily 5:30 p.m. to I p.m.
Friday night in an encounter with ,
For further information call Mr. L. Laufer, 3911-7144 or Mr. E. Simon,
jets raided two military positions
an Israeli patrol near Beth Joseph ;
DI 1-2347. Sam Dyck, Ticket Chairman
inside Jordan. A spokesman said
in the Beisan Valley. Another sabo-
the targets were an army post
and a guerrilla camp in the Wadi teur escaped across the Jordan
Zarka area. 30 miles northeast of River.
Four Israeli soldiers were
the Dead Sea. A Jordanian military
spokesman said Egyptian and Is- wounded Aug. 20 in a 90-minute
clash
with Syrian army regulars
raeli forces exchanged artillery-
00
and rocket fire across the Suez and Arab guerrillas in the north-
Canal for 3:.• hours Sunday night ern Golan Heights. An Israeli mo-
bile
patrol
was
attacked
shortly-
and for more than six hours Mon-
after dusk near Nahal Golan. Their
day.
is now taking enrollments
Several bazooka shells were fired
for the 1969-70 school year
at Nahal Golan in the Golan Symbols of Hupa
Gary B. Moss M.A., B.S.
Heights and Kfar Yuval in Upper
The hupa, the canopy under
Galilee last night. Shells exploded which a bride and groom exchange
Shelly Moss B.S.
near Metullah Monday morning. weding vows, is used to symbolize
• Ages 3 through 5
• Hot Lunches
• Transportation
An Israeli unit on Mt. Hermon was the bride coming under the legal
fired on by mortars from Leban- domain of her husband. The word
ese territory early Monday. Small originally referred to the bridal
4230 Middlebelt Rd.
arms fire was aimed at two army chamber, and the canopy of today-
West Bloomfield Township
vehicles near Kabatiyeh village is also a symbol of the chamber.
northeast of Nablus Sunday night.
No casualties were reported in any
of the incidents.
An officer and three Israeli
' soldiers were killed and eight
soldiers and a civilian were
wounded in incidents in the Suez
Canal zone and the Jordan Val-
ley over the weekend. Four Arab
children were killed while play-
' ing with a live shell in Raffah
in the Gaza Strip Saturday. Two
children and 13 other persons
were injured when a grenade
, was thrown into a market place
I in Raffah.

Arab Rocket Launchers Aimed at Jerusalem Turn Out Duds

JERUSALEM (JTA)—An Israeli
helicopter pilot spotted 16 Russian-
and Egyptian-made rocket launch-
ers in a depression in the moun-
tainous terrain between Bethlehem
and Jerusalem Tuesday.
The weapons were aimed at
Jerusalem with the obvious inten-
tion of shelling the city. But their
electric firing devices malfunc-
tioned. They were dismantled by
Israeli sappers. who were sent to
the launching site.
The discovery was made in the
course of a search for the Katy-
usha launchers which hurled at
least four rockets into the southern
suburbs of Jerusalem Tuesday.
Two of the rockets landed near a
hospital and two exploded on an t
empty lot near the 400-room Ganei
Yehuda Hotel but caused no cas-
ualties or damage.
The spot where the rocket
launchers were arrayed in a neat
row is known . as Beth Sehour.
Arabs from neighboring villages
were being questioned, and several
arrests have been made. Israeli
authorities said it would have been
impossible for guerrillas to have
set up the rockets unobserved in
what is a fairly densely populated
region. The rocket battery con-
sisted of 130 mm Katyushas, a
launcher of Russian design that is
a favorite of Arab guerrillas and
smaller 80 mm launchers of
Egyptian make.
The attack was the first time
Jerusalem has come under fire
since the June 1967 war.
Four salvoes of Katyusha rock-

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