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. : Arab Terrorists Killed in Clashes;
Israel Releases Jordanian Communist
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 20, 1971
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Study grants
were awarded to 23 Druze stu-
dents of the village of Ousafiyeh
on Mount Carmel. The grants, from
$70 to $215 each, were awarded by
the public committee to promote
education among the Druze. This
year the committee has already
granted 29 study awards, among
them three for students from the
Druze villages in the Golan
prison under administrative
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Five Arab
detention laws, has been re-
;AfteafagaZaManattaatgaMEMa terrorists, all members of the same leased and allowed to leave Is-
gang, were killed Aug. 9 and 10
rael to go to the Soviet Union.
in two clashes, officials reported.
The 30-year-old teacher had
Three were killed in an encounter
with an Israel army patrol in the been detained on suspicion of sub-
Raffah section of the Gaza Strip. versive activities. Communist Party
The Israeli unit suffered no casu- members in Israel and abroad have
alties. The clash occurred as Is- been seeking to obtain his release.
raeli units were conducting a The officials said that it had been
search in pursuit of guerrillas. decided that he could get treat-
Hand grenades and other weapons , ment in Russia for an eye ailment.
He was released yesterday and
were found near the bodies.
The two slain Aug. 10 clashed boarded an El Al plane for Cyprus,
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with an Israeli unit in the Kseima proceeding from there to Russia.
area of Sinai south of Raffah. A delegation of Rakah, the Israeli
Officials said many acts of sabo- pro-Moscow Communist Party saw
tage had been attributed to the him off at Lydda airport.
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urday at Temple Beth El. Rabbi. of Hebron residents, injuring 10 and were captured after a clash
with an Israeli army patrol, were
Gerald Schuster officiated.
of them. Nine were released after
The new Mrs. Robbins is the treatment and one was hospi- sentenced to 15 years imprison-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian talized. Two of the bus occupants ment by a military tribunal in
Feiler of Eldorado Dr. The bride- suffered slight abrasions and con- Kuneitra. Four other terrorists
were killed in the encounter. Three
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. tinued their scheduled tour.
of the four terrorists sentenced
Barney Robbins of Philadelphia.
Security sources said that the Aug. 10 are Jordanians. The fourth
The bride wore a short-sleeved renewal of terrorism had been is a Yemenite citizen who said he
organza gown appliqued with lace expected. They said that while the was forced to take action against
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petals. Bands of the lace from the guerrillas had been severely Israel after he was captured in
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for their past patronage and is
A-line skirt accented the Princess there was a possibility of individ-
line. Her double chapel veil of uals or small groups reorganizing
Attorney SAMUEL CHARFO_OS
proud to announce his affiliation with
illusion was strewn with appliques for such limited acts as grenade of Detroit has been appointed to
of the lace, and secured by a throwing, which happened last the American Trial Lawyers As-
camelot cap of matching lace and week in both Jerusalem and He- sociation national executive com-
organza. She caried apricot roses, bron.
mittee and to its board of presi-
A leader of the Jordanian
stephanotis and baby's breath.
dential advisors, by President Mar-
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vin Lewis. Charfoos was cited for
Berna Sorscher of Evanston, Ill., Communist Party, Nairn Al
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Ash'Ilab, who had been detained his "significant contributions" to
as the maid of honor. Brides-
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NEW YORK (JTA)—The Union
ere Salvatore Pone of Ann
of American Hebrew Congrega-
and Irving Pines.
nd Mrs. Jacob Pines, the tions called upon U.S. Attorney
General John Mitchell to convene
Is grandparents, also were in a federal grand jury to investigate
the unsolved deaths of four Kent
You are cordially invited to meet and hear
Flitktiiing a honeymoon to Ber- State University students in May
e newlyweds will reside 1970.
The UAHC, which represents
Reform synagogues in the United
author, lecturer, and nationally known
States and Canada, urged the at-
torney general to begin an immedi-
authority on teaching children
ate probe on the basis of allega-
to read and how the
tions by the Methodist Church that
The area Bnai Brith women
plans a tea for new and pros- resulted from a "conspiracy” by
pective members 1 p.m. Tuesday the Ohio National Guard to
't the home of Mrs. Raymond "punish" campus agitators.
I. Cyrus Gordon of New York
'".ahrnoff, vice president in charge
f membership, 12991 Croftshire, City, chairman of the Commis-
sion on Social Action of Reform
• learn to read
Those interested can make res- Judaism, wrote Mitchell that
• prepare them for 1st grade
ervations with Mrs. Kahrnoff, 694- while the organization had no
7023; or with Mrs. Jacob Rabin,
• fulfill their desire for learning
232-7843. Members who wish to at- odist report, "we commend them
for their diligent efforts to keep
tend are encouraged to bring pros- alive a sense of national con-
science with regard to one of the
Serving on Mrs. Kahrnoff's mem- blackest days in American his-
bership committee are Mrs. Ra- tory."
bin, Mrs. Nathan Baum, Esther
Gordon added: "We cannot con-
Fineberg, Mrs. Irwin Hilk, Mrs. tinue to sweep under the rug the
Your children are
Robert Gutterman and Mrs. Alan unanswered questions of what and
Thomson. Also assisting are Mrs. who caused the death of four young
A. R. Benison, social chairman; people more than a year ago."
will be on hand.
Barbara Abramson, co-chairman,
A 226-page, document of the
and Mrs. Nathan Greenberg, pro- Kent State case, investigated by
the department of law, justice
and community relations of the
United Methodist Board of Chris-
tian Social Concern, alleged that
a group of guardsmen . determined
10 minutes before the Kent State
Oak Park, Michigan
incident to shoat at student demon-
(Near 10 Mile Road & Greenfield)
home • af Mrs. Ito the Dep;,rtment of. Justice over
la month ago.
Rosalyn Feder Bride
of Mr. William Robbins
LARRY M. S E
Kent State Kinn-ices
Open House Invitation To
PARENTS OF PRE-SCHOOLERS
MR. GILBERT B. PURUCKER
of early chilhood education helps pre-schoolers
on Sunday, Aug. 29, 1971
Open House 1:00 P.M.-5:00 P.M.
Hear Mr. Purucker
2:00 P.M. at the