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June 12, 1970 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-06-12

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For
Father's Day

It is clear that clothes
really do 'make the man
and nothing is more
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Fathers Day

Israel Affirms Need to Hold Its Positions
`at All Costs,' May Resume Penetration
Into Egypt if `Situation Should Warrant'

Arabs were also injured.
Two Gaza youths, aged 18 and
21, were killed when explosives
they were handling blew up in
their hands at the Shatti refugee
camp. Two Arab saboteurs were
(Continued. on Page 25)
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Chief of Moshe Dayan announced that deep- positions near Kantara in the

Staff Haim Bar Lev said last Fri- penetration raids into Egypt had
day that Israel might resume been halted in an attempt to avoid
deep-penetration attacks into Egypt "actions that might lead to a
should the situation warrant them. clash with the Russians." But he
"I am not of the opinion that the asserted that "We will continue
entry into Egypt's depth is closed to hold our present line at all
before us," he said in an interview costs and we shall not let the
in the newspaper Maariv. "To- enemy undermine these lines."
day." he continued, "we are not
Deputy Premier Yigal Alton
of the opinion that deep bombing
accused King Hussein of Jordan
is necessary, but the situation may
of ordering the shelling of Tiber-
change and then we may resume
ias June 3. Allon spoke at the
deep penetrations."
funeral of two victims of the
Gen. Bar Lev also Indicated that
shelling. He said the actual
Israel pilots would attempt to
shelling was done by Iraqi artil-
carry out their missions despite
lery stationed in Jordan and
any interference from Soviet pilots
warned the Israel Army will hit
flying on Egypt's behalf. He added
back with all means. Alton de-
his opinion that the United States
clared that Tiberias is and
had the power to act to prevent
always will be strong and "to-
a Soviet advance to the Suez
gether with the surrounding
Canal. "America," he said, "can
settlements, it will continue to
well influence the situation. She
stand fast." "We are told that
can check the Russians if she does
Huss e i n is a weak king,"
something, and would encourage
Allon said. "We don't want to
the Russians if she does nothing."
be killed by any king, strong or
On May 4, Defense Minister
weak."

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THE DETROIT- JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, June 12, 1970

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Israel air force jets blasted
Egyptian positions in the Suez
Canal zone for 12 hours Monday
in their 19th consecutive day of
strikes along the length of the
waterway. The Israeli planes were
in action over the canal for a
total of 33 hours Friday, Sat-
urday and Sunday.
Fourteen Israel i soldiers were
wounded Monday and one of them
a girl, died of her wounds as Is-
raeli forces battled Syrian artillery
and tank guns in the Golan Heights
and the Al Hamma area. The girl
was 18 year-old Dora Shaked,-who
was fatally wounded during a
Syrian attack on Nahal Geshor in
the Golan Heights Monday morn-
ing. Another Israeli soldier, Cpl.
David Allalouf, 24, of Haifa, was
killed Sunday afternoon in a Syr-
ian artillery and tank attack near
Kuneitra on the cease-fire-line.

A military spokesman said Syr-
ian forces initiated the fighting
along the demarcation line Sunday
and Monday in order to take pres-
sure off Egyptian forces on the
Suez Canal front. Israeli jets were
called into action twice Monday to
silence Syrian batteries in the
northern Golan Heights and in
the Hispin, Rafid and Kuneitra
areas. All planes returned safely
to their bases. The Syrians opened
fire at 10:20 a.m. local time on
Israeli forces and settlements in
the heights. They also attacked
near El Hamma, the junction of
the Israeli, Syrian and Jordanian
borders. Sunday Syrians used 130
mm. Russian-made artillery pieces
to sheet Nahal Golan near Kunei-
tra.
Israeli artillery shelled Egyptian

sunny, kitchen-perfect colors.

northern end of the canal zone
and Port Ibrahim at the southern
end Sunday Israel jets attacked
guerilla bases on the southwestern
slopes of Mt. Hermon in Lebanon
twice Sunday. Each attack lasted
15 minutes. A military spokesman
reported that all planes returned
safely from all missions on all
fronts. Four Israeli soldiers were
wounded by Egyptian fire on the
Suez Canal front this morning and
two others were injured when a
Jebaliyah refugee camp in the
Gaza Strip Sunday. Ten local

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Looking up for Israel seems to
be the situation here. The looker
is Defense Minister Moshe

Dayan, who is watching Israel's
Jets take a stab into Egypt.

23
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UNDER
ONE ROOF

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David's Ladles Shoes
DiRosa Halr Fashion:
Empress Gardens
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Haber Cleaners
H. R. Barber Salon
H. R. Kosher Meats
& Poultry
Belle Jacob Wig Stop
Jerome's Tots 'n
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Jules Doneson Travel Agency
Matter Furs
Margo's Children's Shoppe
Mark Pharmacy
Morris Huppert Clothier
National Bank of Southfield
George Ohrensteln, C.M.W.
& Jeweler
Original Esquire Rest. i Dell.
Parisian Fashions
Toggery of Harvard Row
Warren Optical Co.

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