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September 10, 1971 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-09-10

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AUGUST FOR SALE

EXTENDED

In line with
President Nixon's
90 DAY PRICE/WAGE

MALTER FURS will

retain their August
Fur Sale prices*

throughout the
90 day freeze.

import tax

OF HARVARD ROW

Designers of Fine Furs

Complete Fur Service

MILE AND IAHSER
.0a/tie' ii4C 1 1 Phone: 358-0850

Classified Ads Get Fast Results!

COMPLETE
Enclosed Mall

DAVID'S SHOES
EI Gitano

After being located in downtown De-
troit for 40 years, David's Shoes
opened a branch in Harvard Row
three years ago. Offering a wide se-
lectior . of ladies' shoes and handbags,
they now carry Ca pezio shoes, in-
cluding youthful fashions for Back-

To-School.

YOUR FRIENDLY MERCHANT

Steve Gold has had 10 years experience
in the women's fashion shoe business. He
B. Siegel
was formerly manager of a
Shoe Dept. and has been Manager of

this store for a year.

YOUR FRIENDLY HARVARD ROW MERCHANTS

Belle Jacob Wig Shop

Burton's Gal
Charlotte's, inc.
David's Ladies' Shoes
DiResa Hair Fashions
Empress Gardens Cononese Rest.

Farmer Jack's
Haber Cleaners
H. R. Barber Salon
14. R. Kosher Meats & Poultry
Jererne'r Tots 'n' Teens Shoes

Jewel Bakery

Reports
from Cairo that the Soviet Union
is increasing the number of
Russian-piloted jet fighter squad-
rons in Egypt drew comments of
"real concern" from the State
Department. It was reported that
three more squadrons of SU-11s,
considered one of the best fighter-
bombers in the Soviet Air Force,
are expected in Egypt within the
next few weeks. Each squadron is
made up of between 12 and 16
planes.

WASHINGTON (JTA) —

Jules Doneson Travel Agency

Molter Furs
Margo's Children's Shoppe

Mark Pharmacy
Moris Huppert Clothier
National Bank of Southfield
George Ohrenstein, C.M.W. & Jeweler
Original Esquire Rest. & Deli.

Parisian Fashions
Petal Pushers (Florist)
Toggery of Harvard Row
Warren Optical Co.

Friday, September 10, 1971-15
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

GLASSMAN OLDSMOBILE

in the Hebron area, who allegedly
provided food and shelter to Ka-
wasmeh and other terrorists.
The captured man was a sur-
vivor of the gang led by Abu Man-
sour, who was killed in a clash
with Israeli forces 18 months ago.

Responding to questions from
newsmen, State Department
spokesman Robert J. McCloskey
said "I think we have made it
clear that" the United States
considers Soviet arms and "mili-
tary operational involvement" in
the Middle East "a matter of
real concern."

FREEZE —

*New imports subject to the 10%
will be adjusted accordingly.

State Dept. Concerned Over Increase
of Russian Fighter Squads in Egypt

Other survivors scattered or
took refuge in caves and were
aided by the local populace.
Under interrogation, Kawasmeh
disclosed the location of several
arms caches.

A military tribunal in Lydda
sentenced Ibrahim Haldi, 38, to six
years' imprisonment for transport-
ing detonators from Jericho to
Jerusalem in 1968.

Two 'terrorists were killed in the
Gaza Strip as Israeli security
forces continued to crack down on
terrorists and saboteurs. Four
terrorist arms caches were dis-
covered, one of them in a Gaza
mosque.
Security authorities reported the
capture of two more terrorists in
Rafah who were on the wanted
list. They had military weapons
and hand grenades when they
were caught.
A terrorist was shot to death
near Beth Hanoun.

Two terrorists were sentenced
to life imprisonment by Israeli
military tribunals. Subbi Abdul
Rahman Ahusha was sentenced
in Hebron to terms adding up
to 160 years for a series of ter-
rorist acts in the Hebron area
and sabotage near an Israeli set-
tlement in Lachish. He was ac-
cused of firing Katyusha rockets
at Beth Jubrin and preparing
the rocket launchers that fired
into Jerusalem.

TAlk of
THE TOWN

WE'RE WHERE
YOU WANT US!!

OLDSMOBILE INC.

Sales • Service
on all makes

28000 1 EL EGRAPH AT TEL -TWELVE MALL
miCHiGar, 48075•38 4- 3 300

SPUT)-'F1E-L0

D RAC 0

IN FALL FASHIONS

Come browse through the
latest in fall fashions for
the complete Back-To-School
Wardrobe.

SHIRTS — SLACKS — JEANS

SWEATERS — JACKETS

SPORT COATS — TIES — BELTS

TOG T FaERY

Ahmed Sirhan, 36, a former
lieutenant in the Jordanian army
who fought in the Six-Day War,
received a life sentence from a
military tribunal in Lydda for
hand-grenade attacks in Jerusa-
lem in • Which an Israeli soldier
and a policeman were wounded.
Sirhan was an employee of the
East Jerusalem Electric Corp.
Israeli authorities reportedly are
pleased with the cooperation they
have been getting from West Bank
residents in rounding up wanted
terrorists. Two terrorists were
handed over to Israeli police in
the Nablus area by villagers from
whom the pair had sought shelter.
But there are some West Bankers
who continue to help terrorists
evade capture.
The arrest of Mahmoud Mous-
tafa Jarad el Kawasmeh, on the
wanted list for two years for at
least seven acts of sabotage, led
to the arrests of 19 other persons

Men's & Boys' Wear

IN HARVARD ROW

353-1027

BankAmericard • Master Charge

you'll
love our
great
BOOT-LEGGER
COAT

. . in rich jewel-toned

tapestry with fake curly

NYC Federation Plans
for New Center Opposed

lamb trim and sherpa

NEW YORK (JTA)—Hopes of
the Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York to build a
$3,000,000 Jewish center on a site
in a fashionable section of the
West Bronx—strongly opposed by
many Jewish residents over sev-
eral years—are dim but not com-
pletely extinguished, an official of
the Bronx Y indicated. A survey
of views of officials involved in
the effort by the JTA, indicated
that a new Jewish center eventual-
ly will be built in the Riverdale
section of the Bronx but possibly
not on the disputed site.

our many great—look

That site is a two-acre plot in
Fieldston, an area within the
Riverdale section, well-to-do and
heavily Jewish.

Fieldston residents have com-
plained that the center's presence
there would create noise and traf-
fic problems for the primarily res-
idential area.

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for cold weather ahead!

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