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January 22, 1971 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-22

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600 Youngsters Join
Israel Winter Courses

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Six hun-
dred Jewish youngsters from South
America, Australia and South
Africa liave arrived in Israel to
take part in the Jewish Agency's
winter courses. The youngsters be-
long to General Zionist organiza-
tions and community centers in
their countries. They will stay here
for up to eight weeks.

Galili Views Lebanon's Peace
Rejection as Not 'Last W ord"

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Lebanon's
rejection of an Israeli offer to
negotiate a permanent peace treaty
based on the present borders be-
tween the two countries does not
represent the "last word" from
Beirut, according to Cabinet Min-
ister Israel Galili.
Galili, a minister-without-p o r t-
f olio of the Labor Alignment,
stated his views during an armed
forces radio interview Friday

night, several hours after the of-
ficial announcement that Israeli
commandos raid ed a guerrilla
coastal base 30 miles inside
Lebannon on Thursday.

The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy learned from informed
sources that the peace offer to
Lebanon was among the pro-
posals Premier Meir handed
United Nations mediator Gunnar
V. Jarring when he visited Jeru-
salem a week ago.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
The commando raid was mount-
12—Friday, January 22, 1971
ed to 'destroy a base on the Leban-
ese coast about ten miles south of
Sidon from which guerrillas were
allegedly sending men to infiltrate
Israel by sea, the announcement
said. At least 10 guerrillas were
killed and many others were
wounded, a military spokesman
reported. Six Israeli soldiers were
slightly wounded in the action.
response t
demand , follov.,nt last sears s_ - -
Israeli intelligence learned about
Greek Line takes pleasure ,n annriul
cess.u;
the sea base at the result of the

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capture of five guerrillas who

oietan, 1.3%ss and
landed in northern Israel from a

`Piccadi /l,

Friday. The letter claimed that an
Israeli agent provocateur arranged
to put five Palestinian residents of
Lebanon ashore in Israel so that
they could be captured and serve
as a pretext for the Israeli com-
mando raid on the Lebanese coast.
The letter protested the raid but
did not ask for a-Security Council
meeting.)
Israel must be prepared for a

renewal of fighting by Egypt
after the current cease fire ex-
tension expires on Feb. 5 but that
it is too early to draw any eon ,
elusions as to Egyptian inten-
tions, according to Galili, who

was Interviewed by the armed
forces radio Friday night.

Until there is a response, the
Labor Alignment minister-without-
portfolio said, Israel must be
prepared for renewed hostilities.
He said the Egyptians -were ap-
parently trying to pressure Jar-
ring, with Soviet help, to place the
subject of Israel's withdrawal from
the occupied Arab territories on
top of the agenda of the Jarring
peace talks. He said Israel would
never agree to this, although Israel
has offered to talk about territorial
subjects at an early stage of the
talks.

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rubber boat on Jan. 2. Their
alleged mission was to kidnap an
Israeli citizen. The guerrillas were
spotted by a family living near
the coast which summoned secu-
rity forces. Three of the intruders
were captured after a brief gun
battle and two others were picked
up later as they attempted to make
their way inland. A sixth guerrilla

escaped.
(Lebanon complained of the Is-
raeli raid in a letter to Security
Council President, Sir Colin Crowe

Grand Rapids
News Notes

Jan. 23—BBG Beau Dance
24—USY Meeting
27—Bnai Brith Women Meet-
ing
29—Temple Youth Dinner
30—USY Social
31—BBG Meeting
• • a
Temple Emanuel Men's Club will
hold "A Dark Room Affair," in
eluding oldtime movies, a sing-
along and giant sandwiches, 8:30
p.m. Feb. 6 at the temple. Music
will be provided by the Norm
Lamb Trio. For tickets, call Barrie
Konicov, 949-8223.

• • " •

High school students are invited
to the Aleph Zadik Aleph-Bnai
Brith Girls Sweetheart and Beau
Dance 9 p.m. Saturday at Temple
Emanuel. For reservations to the
semi-formal event, call Florie
Hochberg, 245-4332, or Jocie Schnei-
der, 361-2921.
* • a
Rabbi Eisenberg will discuss
ecumenism on WOOD-Ty 9 a.m.
Sunday.

• • •
Joseph Pryweller, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Gerald Pryweller, and
Dean Subar, son of the Jerome
Saban:, have been awarded
Camp Ramah scholarships from

Cong. Ahavas Israel. Joe and
Dean have consistently attended

Junior Congregation services and
both are active in their religious
school class. The awards are
made possible by the men's club
and sisterhood.
• • •
Ahavat Israel Men's Club will
present "Club 2727," an evening of
entertainment, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 27
at the synagogue. Hors d'oeuvres

and cocktails will precede dinner.
The club's next Sunday breakfast
will be held 10 a.m. Feb. 7, fea-

turing the film, "Hunger in Amer-
ica," a documentary filmed by

CBS-TV and narrated by Charles
L Wives are invited.
• • a
"Latest Developments in the
Women's Liberation Movement"
will be discussed at a meeting of
Ahavas Israel Sisterhood's study

group, 1 p.m. Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Sanford Norian.

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