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January 11, 1974 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-11

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JNF Stamps Depict
the Late S. Y. Agnon

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The
Jewish National Fund has
issued two new stamps
honoring Nobel Prize-winning
Israeli author, the late
Shmuel Yosef (Shai) Agnon.
A 25-agora stamp bears the
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The stamps will be avail-
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collectors of Judaica and
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fix Jews Deny ( Guilt in Murder
of Alleged Terrorist in Norw4y

OSLO (JTA) — Six Jews
went on trial for murder
here Monday in a case likely
to reveal details on the Arab-
Israeli underground war.
The six pleaded not guilty
to charges in connection with
the slaying last year of a Mo-
roccan citizen, Ahmed Boush-
icki, in the resort town of Lil-
lehammer, 100 miles north of
here.
According to formal charg-
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generates into effeminacy.— rested within days of the
slaying, "were members of a
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group numbering about 15 Karim Benemane were Black
persons, responsible for the September members.
Certain portions of the
July 21 shooting of Ahmed
Boushicki," thought to be a session were held behind
member of Black September, closed doors. In calling for
the Arab terrorist organiza- the temporary expulsion of
newsmen and observers,
tion.
The state prosecutor, Haa- Wiker cited "consideration
kon Wiker, indicated that the for Norway's relations with
shooting had been carried out foreign states."
by an official Israeli counter-
Aerbel has worked for
terrorist group.
Mossad several times, on oc-
Wiker charged that Abra- casion together with Miss
ham Gehmer, one of the de- Rafael, Wiker said.
fendants, was an official ag-
Informed sources said de-
ent of Mossad, the secret tails of these intelligence op-
military service of Israel. He erations were presented dur-
said two of the other accused, ing clossed-door proceedings.
Sylvia Rafael and Dan Aer-
Gehmer served from 1965
bel, had worked with Geh-
to 1969 as cultural attache
mer on several occasions.
The six face charges of at the Israeli Embassy in
conspiracy to commit mur- Paris. Steinberg also worked
der and espionage. All face a at the Paris embassy during
maximum sentence of life this time, the prosecution
imprisonment. The trial is said.
In the weeks preceeding
expected ' to last several
the Boushiki murder, Dorf
weeks.
Two of the six are Michael was given parttime employ-
Dorf, 26 and Zwi Steinberg, ment at the Israeli Embassy
29, both-Israeli citizens. Their in Oslo, •Wiker claimed.
arrest in the Oslo apartment Members of the liquidation
of Israeli security attache, group maintained close con-
Yigal Eyal, led to a diplo- tact with Eyal and several
matic episode culminating in meetings were held in Eyal's
apartment, Wiker said.
Eyal's expulsion.
Israeli Embassy officials
The other suspect is Mari-
anne Gladnikoff. All have were among those present in
claimed residence in Israel. the courtroom. Also present
Boushicki was gunned was the leading Israeli trial
down by two men as he and lawyer, Ervin Shimron, re-
his Norwegian wife returned tained by Dorf's and Stein-
home from the movies. The berg's families.
Miss Gladnikoff's testimony
gunmen fired 13 shots and
sped away in a yellow Mazda confirmed many of the
prosecution's claims. She ad-
rented car.
State attorneys presented mitted having "gathered in-
a detailed account of a mas- formation" about Benemane
sive manhunt with walkie- and boushiki. But she claim-
talkies and a fleet of rented ed to be a minor member
cars carried out by the al- of the group. "I didn't know
what the real aim of the op-
leged agents.
The prosecution based its eration was," she said.
One of the gunmen has
account primarily on state-
ments given police interro- been identified as Jean Luc
gators by Aerbel and Miss Sevennier. He is still at
large, police officials said.
Gladnikoff.
According to Aerbel's state- Bulletins have also been sent
ments, the group converged out on the other eight per-
on Lillehammer, several sons believed to have par-
days before the slaying, hav- ticipated in the murder plot.
The Boushiki case is being
ing tailed an Arab acquaint-
ance of the murder victim tried by a special tribunal
from Oslo. The defendants consisting of three judges
believed both Boushiki and and four laymen.

Consulate to Expand Service
in • Response to Developments

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
Israeli Consulate is launch-
ing a major expansion of its
public relations and informa-
tion efforts in the United
States in response to recent
developments in the Middle
East and the Geneva peace
conference, Israel Consul
General David Rivlin said
here.

Speaking at a press confer-
ence Rivlin said the expand-
ed program includes arrang-
ing a series of lectures and
meetings for Israeli profes-
sors who will visit the United
States to present to the
American public the "Israeli
side" of the conflict. He said
about 10 such scholars will
arrive here each month for
that program.
Rivlin also reported that
the public relations depart-
ment of the consulate in New
York had been strengthened
recently by the arrival of
two former Israeli ambassa-
dors—Hanan Inor, who was
Israel's envoy to Ethiopia,
and Amos Ginor, former en-
voy to Liberia. Six more high-
ranking diplomats whose ser-
vices became "available" af-
ter African states ended dip-
lomatic ties with Israel will

join the new campaign at the
consulate here soon.
He reported that the con-
sulate's speakers bureau has
been very active since the
Yom Kippur War. He said
that, on an average, the bur-
eau provides speakers for
more than 120 talks throug-
out the United States and for
400 lectures on college cam-
puses each month.

Israeli Soldiers
Prefer Russian to
American Guns

JERUSALEM—A sampling
of Israeli soldiers said they
preferred Soviet-built wea-
pons instead of those manu-
factured in the U. S.
In criticizing the American
weapons, an Israeli intelli-
gence colonel asked an Amer-
ican visitor "Why don't you
just copy Soviet equipment?"
An American-born para-
chute officer who came here
as a student, said "Nearly all
my bunch carry Kalachni-
kovs, and I lug around a
Russian RPG. They're just
better." He was referring to
the Soviet automatic rifle
and one-man anti-tank wea-
pon.

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