Israel Suffers Many Casualties; El Fatah Saboteurs Held
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israel lost instructors in its training camps.
seven soldiers Monday in a bloody
encounter with guerrillas and in a
mining incident and a fire ex-
change in the Suez Canal Zone, a
military spokesman reported.
Three of the soldiers were killed
in a guerrilla ambush in the south-
ern Golan Heights. They were iden-
tified as Lance Corporals Avi
Markman and A haron Ezr-Nabi
and private Shlomo Benita, all 19.
Three soldiers slain in a tank gun
duel across the Suez Canal were
Lt. Gedalya Yaron, 21, and Lance
Corporals Jacob Tuval and Jacob
Kalomitti, both 19. Private Hanaya
Rasinovitz, 19 was killed Tuesday
morning when an army vehicle
struck a mine near Lake Timsah
in the canal zone.
Saboteurs damaged an electric
pylon near Nir Ozz in the Gaza
Strip Monday night and a water
main near Nahal Aza. One sabo-
teur was killed in an encounter
with an Israeli patrol near Nir
Itzhak in the same area. There
were no Israeli casualties.
A water pumping station at Kfar
Giladi was damaged early Tues-
day by saboteurs who crossed the
Lebanese border about two miles
away. The settlement is using an
emergency water supply until the
damage is repaired.
Police rounded up 40 suspects
in Monday's hand grenade explo-
sion at the Bank Leumi office in
Nablus which seriously injured
the Israeli watchman and caused
slight injuries to three local Arabs.
Five El Fatah terrorists cap-
tured Aug. 27 have been identified
as officers and instructors who had
been sent to Israeli occupied ter-
ritory to try to organize terrorists
cells. One of the men was a one
time senior officer in El Fatah and
History of Kansas City Jewry Is on Exhibit
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (JTA) — play in the lobby of Congregation
Lance Corp. Harold Leibevitz, 23, The history of Jews in Kansas Bnai Jehudah here. The syna-
of Kibutz Tzorra, was killed by City since its earliest traceable gogue, the oldest in Kansas City,
Egyptian fire south of the Great Jewish settlement in 1839 is the will celebrate its centennial this
Bitter Lake Monday. His death subject of an exhibit now on dis- fall.
brought to 10 the number of Israeli
soldiers killed in the canal zone
and the Golan Heights during a
24-hour period that ended Monday.
Security officials disclosed
village of Kiryat Shemona. A
Wednesday that 13 suspected ter-
nine-year-old boy and a 26-year-
rorists have been arrested in re-
old man were killed and five
cent weeks upon discovery of El
other civilians were injured.
Fatah cells in the West Bank
town of Kalkilya and the sur-
A military spokesman said jets
rounding area. Kalkilya lies
attacked Jordanian military posi-
close to the former Israeli-Jor-
tions opposite the Beisan Valley
dan border near the narrowest
after an Israeli patrol came under
of Israel and was a trouble
bazooka and automatic weapon
source before the six-day war.
fire east of Ashdod Yaacob. All
The 13 suspects are believed to
planes returned to their bases
have carried out several acts of
and attempted sabotage.
The victims in Kiryat Shemona,
a new immigrant township, were They are suspected of having
Uri Azarza, 9, who was fatally placed explosives near a syna-
wounded by fragrants of a rocket gogue in Kfar Saba and near the
that exploded about 10 yards from water pump at Tzofit. They are
where he was playing, and Moshe also believed to have terrorized
Ayala who was riding on a motor Arab residents of Kalkilya.
scooter with his pregnant wife
when he was hit. Mrs. Ayala was Israel-Made Computers
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Shimon, who was playing near
the Azarza boy, and three occu-
pants of a passing jeep.
The 200 MM. Katyrhs rockets
opened fire towards evening as
residents of Kiryat Shemona were
walking the streets after an es-
pecially hot day. The first salvo
landed near neighboring Kfar Fil-
adi. damaging a hencoop. Other
rockets damaged electric lines and
started a fire in an empty lot.
Paid Pol. Adv.
A military spokesman reported
several artillery duels in the Port
Tewfik area of the Suez Canal
zone Wednesday. An Israeli soldier
and a civilian tractor driver were
injured. Another Israeli soldier,
Israel air force jets blasted
targets in Lebanon and Jordan
Wednesday. The targets in Leb-
anon were three guerrilla bases
on the southeast slopes of Mt.
Hermon from where a Kadyusha
rocket attack was launched Tues-
day night at the Israeli border
BALLOT No. 76
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Israel is showing encouraging
signs of establishing itself in the
electronic age. The Elron elec-
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of specialized equipment. There
is a good future for Israel in in-
dustries of this kind, which are
being established and expanded
with the aid of Israel Bonds.
Photo shows a young immigrant
engaged in assembling a section
of the "Elbit-100" computer that
is now being produced in Israel
for domestic use as well as for
export to other countries.
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