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February 12, 1971 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-12

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Israel Army Disciplines Officers, Men
in Probe of 'Little My Lai' in Gaza Strip

TL AVIV (JTA)—The Israel court proceedings on charges of
Army took disciplinary action Wed- using undue violence a g a in s t
nesday against four officers and civilians in the Gaza Strip while
an unstated number of soldiers searching for terrorists and hidden
following an investigation of a arms.
The investigation was conducted
"Little My Lai" incident in the
after four soldiers wrote to the
Gaza Strip.
Three officers, two of them de- chief of staff and the premier's
scribed as of senior rank, were office alleging that acts of violence
given administrative reprimands. were committed by members of
A fourth officer and a number of their unit and other units after
-soldiers will face disciplinary a wave of terrorist grenade attacks

Marshall Event Nets 882,500 in Sales

on civilians a month ago.
Two 'Israeli children and their
mother were killed when a gre-
nade exploded in their car on
the main Gaza highway.
The investigating panel. ap-
pointed by Chief of Staff Gen.
Haim Bar Lev, found that some
of the charges brought by the
soldiers were "exaggerated." There
were no cases of wounds inflicted
on civilians by firearms or of
Israeli soldiers "insulting the
honor" of Arab women, the panel
found. But there were instances
of unnecessary beating of civilians
with truncheons and damage to
property in the course of search-
es. Payment has already been
made for the property damage,
the army said.
The three officers reprimanded
were cited for failure to exercise
sufficient control over men under
their command. The other officer
and soldiers will be tried for ex-
ceeding their authority and viola-
tion of standing rules of conduct.

CONT!NENTAL WATCH
JEWELRY SHOP

At the Baal Brith Louis Marshall Lodge and Chapter Israel Bond
leadership reception, which resulted in $132,500 in Israel Bond sales,
are (from left) seated: James N. Laker, "Marshall man of the year,"
Mrs. Laker and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, hosts; standing:
Leon M. Serling, board member of the National Bank of Southfield,
which bought $50,000 in Israel Bonds; Joseph Feldman, dinner-dance
chairman; Kenneth Laker, Marshall Lodge president and son of the
honoree; Mrs. Samuel Gottlieb, dinner dance co-chairman; Robert
Lurie, guest speaker; and Harry Koltonow, Bnai Brith Council Israel
- Bond chairman and a dinner co-chairman. The Marshall dinner-
dance will be held 8:15 p.m. Saturday at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Joey Adams will be the guest star. Eric Rosenow and his Continen-
tals will provide the dance music. For reservations to the dinner,
preceded by a cocktail reception, call the Israel Bond office. 352-6770.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6—Friday, February 12, 1971

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