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January 14, 1972 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-14

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Rocket Shell Fired From Lebanon Damages
Kiryat Shemona.:Nindercrarten, None Wurt

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TEL AVIV (JTA)—A kinder— plosions were reported from the
garten at Kiryat Shemona in Upper other side of town. • -
Galilee was badly damaged by a
Police Chief Pinhas 'Koppel said
Katyusha rocket shell fired from.' that 12 parcels containing ex-
Lebanese
territory Wednesday plosives arrived in Israel from
morning.
ovefteart during the past few days
There were no casualties, but and -were safely- dismantled. He
splinters from the• 130mm shell said an undisclosed number of
smashed all windows and raked other parcels of a suspicious na-
the interior of the kindergarten. ture were undergoing inspection.
Neighboring buildings also were
Israeli security services are

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hit by fragments.
reportedly investigating the pos-
Israeli artillery opened return sibility that Yugoslavia is the
fire as sirens wailed and villagers base from which Arab terrorists
scurried into bomb shelters. have been mailing the booby-
trapped parcels to Israel. Sev-
Two further explosions were
hearl.but their source was not de- eral came from Yugoslavia but
termined. most appear to have been mailed
Israeli circles said the attack from Vienna.
Israeli authorities are seeking
was apparently a demonstration
by terrorists that they could in- a link between the current wave
flict damage on Israel despite of bomb mailings and the cases of
Monday night's commando raid two young girls who were found
against two of their strongholds in to be carrying sutcases filled with
Lebanon. The Israelis recalled that explosives to Israel last year.
Kiryat Shemona was shelled by
Newspapers in Kuwait, the oil-
terrorists in May 1970, following an rich Persian Gulf state, broke a
Israeli raid deep inside Lebanon. long silence Monday on the situa-
Military sources disclosed Wed- tion in Jordan to defend the Hus-
nesday that the withdrawal of the sein regime and criticize the ter-
Israeli commandos from Lebanon rorist movement and the revolu-
Tuesday was delayed while a field tionary Arab states such as Iraq,
doctor tried in vain to save the life Syria and Egypt, which allegedly
of a fatally wounded Israeli soldier. support it.
Emergency surgery was per-
The newspapers urged Saudi
formed on Cpl. Yoram Shiloni, Arabia and Egypt to resume the
19, by torchlight as the terrorists efforts which they abandoned 'last

rained mortar shells on the
Israeli unit.. Israeli artillery fire
silenced the mortars. Cpl. Shiloni
succumbed to wounds in his head
and legs inflicted by a terrorist
grenade.

Returning Israeli commandos
said they had counted between 8-10
terrorists killed but estimated that
the terrorists suffered much higher
casualties.
Three terrorists were killed in a
clash with an Israeli patrol in
Upper Galilee Sunday night and a
number of mortar shells were fired
film Lebanese territory at Man-
era settlement.
No Israeli casualties or damage
wf.s reported in either incident.
The terrorists were identified as
part of a gang that fired Katy-.
usha rocket shells at Safad early
Sunday morning.
A resurgence of terrorist activity

began last week when a defense
ministry employe on an inspection

tour of construction work was
murdered and mutilated by terror-
ist infiltrees from Syria.
The victim was Joseph Grubber
of Haifa, who worked for the min-
istry's construction department. He
was killed near Alma village, close
to the Syrian border. The terrorists
dragged his body toward the bord-
er, mutilated it and severed his

head.
Israeli security forces uncovered
two large terrorist arms caches in
the Gaza Strip, one of them yield-
ing the biggest haul of hand gren-
ades ever found in one place.
Eighteen Bedouins in the area
were arrested and charged with
membership in terrorist organiza-
tions and sabotage. They also were
charged with attacks on Israeli
army patrols.
Israeli sources said Lebanese
authorities appeared to be taking
measures against the terrorists op-
erating frcrn their territory. They
have increased night patrols along
the border but have not been very
successful so far in preventing ter-
rorist incursions into Israel.
• The Syrians, on the other hand,
are believed to have aided the ter-
rorists. However, according to
Israeli circles, the Syrians have
exercised some restraint since the
murder for fear of Israeli retalia-
tion.
The shelling Sunday was the first
sustained by Safad since Israel's
war for independence in 1948.
Police found a shell crater in a
dry river bed just outside-the town
shortly after on explosion at about
6:30 arm local time. More ex-

was identified as Haled Mustafa
El Hall, 21, also serving a life

term.
Prison authorities said he was
marked for death either because
he was Suspected.of collaborating
with Israeli authorities or because
he made - homosexual advances to
other inmates. '
The prison was the scene of an
inmates' riot last October.

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nounced reduced premiums for
nonsmokers. Policyholders regard-
less or age wi?: pay premiums on
the rates for persons two years
younger, if they don't smoke, the
company said.

The discount is based on actu-
arial data which shows that per-
sons smoking 20 or more cigar-
ettes daily have a life expectancy
five years less than a nonsmoker.

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Meanwhile, Amman radio inten-
sified attacks on the terrorists de-
scribing them as "criminal gangs."

Ashkelon prison has been
closed to visitors since last Fri-
day when two Arab terrorist;

serving life sentences murdered
one of their cellmates, it was
disclosed.
Prison authorities said the weap-

on used was a shoelace. The victim

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sculptor, has been commissioned
to design the sets for the Gian
Carlo Menotti opera "The Consul"
to be performed at the Two Worlds
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