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April 27, 1973 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-27

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Arrest of Three Terorists Halts
Planned Massacre of Civilians

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While playing a complete round of 18 holes
on a regulation golf course (one with not
more than 6 par 3's)

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Playing as part of a threesome or foursome
throughout the complete 18 holes.

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Attested to by all members of the threesome
or foursome and the Club Pro or Executive.
A hole-in-one is not recognized under any
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When a hole-in-one is made, the original score
card properly attested, must be sent to:
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CO-ORDINATING SLAX

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Israeli
security officials claimed
they had prevented a ter-
rorist massacre of civilians
in the Galilee mountain re-
sort of Safed when they cap-
tured three armed infiltra-
tors from Lebanon April 21.
They said that Shehada
Ahmed Mustafa, leader of
the group, confessed that
their orders were to open fire
indiscriminately and kill as
many people as possible.
According to the Israelis,
Mustafa, 32, said the mas-
sacre was to have taken
place April 22 and that the
targets were the Safed bus
station, a gasoline station
and a local restaurant.
The Israelis said he also
told them that Lebanese
civilian and military authori-
ties had full knowledge of
the existence of the terrorist
base at Rashidiyeh from
where the three embarked on
their mission, and that the
Lebanese authorities were
fully aware of what went on
at the various terrorist bases
and headquarters in Le-
banon.
The gang gave up without
a fight after they were
spotted April 21 crossing the
border from Lebanon and
were tracked down and fin-
ally cornered by an Israeli
patrol in a dry river bed
leading to Safed.
One of them was identified
as an Israeli Arab from *Mr
Hanna village in Galilee, who
fled to Lebanon seven
months ago because he was
in trouble with the police.
He was said to have per-
suaded his companions to
surrender after the first
warning shots were fired be.
cause the Israelis "don't
kill."
According to security
sources, the three Arabs

were carrying Kalachnikoff
assault rifles, hand grenades,
barbed wire cutters, food and
water for several days and
El Fatah membership cards.
A suspected terrorist from
the West Bank who visited
Syria recently and returned
to Israeli territory via one
of the Jordan River bridges
was carrying detonators con-
cealed in the heels of his
shoes, according to charges
presented to a Nablus mili-
tary tribunal.
The suspect, 23-year-old
Housni Kamil of Kabatiyeh
village, near Nablus, is
awaiting trial on charges of
membership in a terrorist
organization.
Kamil allegedly organized
a terrorist cell as long ago
as January 1970 and was ac-
tive under El Fatah auspices.
Last November, the military
government permitted him
to go to Syria, ostensibly to
continue his studies. He re-
turned to the West Bank
over the Damiyeh Bridge
several weeks ago when a
search of his person revealed
the detonators.

12—Friday, April 27, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Talmudic Scholar Revived in Study

NEW YORK—The first com-
prehensive, scholarly study
of Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Chajes
(1805-55), the 19th Century
Galician talmudist, has been
published by Dr. Mayer Her-
skovics, professor of Jewish
studies at Yeshiva Univer-
sity's Erna Michael College
of Hebraic Studies.
Chief Rabbi of Zolkiev and
later Kalish, Rabbi Chajes
also distinguished himself as
a pioneer of the scientific
study of Judaica. He be-
lieved in the harmony be-
tween Judaic studies and
worldly culture.
The Hebrew-language study,
published by Mosad Harav
Kook in Israel, deals with

1,000 in Bucharest
Mark Ghetto Revolt

Rabbi Chajes' life, scholarly
writing s, correspondence,
with special emphasis on his
role in the religious strife
between secularism and mas-
soretic (traditional) Judaism.
Dr. Herskovics' study is
the culmination of 15 years
of intensive research.

For the average man a
week consists of five days of
wrest and two days of rest.

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Pass over the

BUCHAREST (JTA) —
More than 1,000 people at-
tended a gathering here to
mark the 30th anniversary
of the Warsaw Ghetto revolt.
The meeting took place on
Passover eve at the Choral
Synagogue.

In his address, Chief
Rabbi Dr. Moses Rosen 2
stated: "The events in War-
saw 30 years ago were of
great momentum to the des-
tiny of the Jewish people.
Generations to come will de-
rive inspiration from this
heroic event:"

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nth ANNUAL B'NAI B'RITH
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SAMUEL G. BANK MEMORIAL FOREST

In cooperation with the Jewish National Fund
Honoring the Presidents' Metropolitan Detroit B'nai B'rith
Men's and Women's Councils and the
Lodge and Chapter Presidents, also Special Citations.
And Commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the State of Israel

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In whose memory the Samuel G. Bank
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