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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-03

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Friday, May 3, 1974-17

British Chief Rabbis See Kiryat Shemona

Ron Schultz
543-0314

TEL AVIV—Dr. Immanuel
Jakobovits, chief rabbi of the
British Commonwealth, and
Dr. Solomon Gaon, Haham of
the Sephardi Congregations
of the British Commonwealth,
visited Kiryat Shemona, the
northern-most town in Israel

where terrorists recently kill-
ed 18 people.
The rabbis were occom-
panied
by leading members
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Sephardi Studies in honor of
the two chief rabbis the pre-
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The rabbis and delegation
were received by the mayor
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of practical aid to the town.
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Thereafter, the chief rabbis
visited bereaved families.
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in the Golan Heights returned
to work at the Gibor textile
factory in Kiryat Shemona
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Casualties Mount as Israel and Syria
Clash for 7th Week on Northern Front

By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Israeli
air force jets attacked Syrian
military targets for about a
half hour Tuesday morning
and returned safely to their
bases.
Artillery and tank fire ex-
changes continued all along
the Syrian front on the eve
of Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger's arrival in Jer-
usalem to try to work out an
Israeli-Syrian disengagerrient
agreement. Three Israeli sol-
diers were wounded by Syr-
ian fire.
A military spokesman said
Israeli warplanes strafed
Syrian positions in the north-
ern sector the Yom Kippur
War enclave and bombed
Syrian tank concentrations,
artillery batteries and mis-
sile bases.
An Israeli patrol clashed
with Syrian forces east of
the Yom Kippur War enclave
Monday night killing two
Syrian soldiers without suf-
fering any casulties. Accord-
ing to a military spokesman
the clash was the first to oc-
cur behind the October cease-
fire lines.
Ramat Magshimim and
Moshav Nov, both on the
Golan Heights, came under
Syrian shell fire Tuesday
afternoon, but no casualties
were repored. Israeli artillery
returned the fire.
On April 27, Israeli forces
suffered their worst single
day casualties since the Yom
Kippur War.
A direct hit scored by
Syrian gunners killed eight
Israeli soldiers and wounded
seven as they alighted from
armored vehicles near the
summit of Mt. Hermon.
A medical rescue helicopt-
er sent into evacuate the
wounded crashed, killing all
six men aboard. A second
helicopter landed safely and
removed the wounded to Ram-
barn Hospital in Haifa.
The victims were Maj.
Ahikam Avni, 32, a medical
doctor of Tel Hashomer;
Capt. Levi Golan, 28, of Pe-
tah Tikva; Lt. Amir Amitt,
32, of Ekron; 2nd Lt. Ami
Steinberger, 21, of Givata-
yim; Staff Sgt. Yaacov Rol,
28, of Petah Tikva; Sgt. Ja-
acov Bernheimm, 23, of Tel
Aviv; Sgt. Meir ROsenstreich,
23, of Ramat Gan; Sgt. Mena-
hem Shulmann, 21, of Tel
Aviv; Cpl. Avishai Rahamim,
20, of Jerusalem; Cpl. Mich-
ael Reifer, 21, of Yokne'Am;
Pvt. Daniel Daniel, 19, of
Tiberias; Pvt. Yaacov Sadi,
20, of Yahud; Pvt. Milo Ben
Shemen, 20, of Hod Hash-
aron; and Pvt. Uri Shemesh,
19, of Ramat Gan.
Air Force Commnader
Gen. Benjamin Peled has
ordered an investigation into
the crash, the second of an
Israeli helicopter in less than
two weeks.
An Israeli patrol killed two
Syrian soldiers in a close-
quarters skirmish near the
peak of Mt. Hermon April
27. Syrian forces reportedly
evacuated positions on the
northeast slopes of Mt. Her-
mon about 200 yards below
the summit.
Independence Day went
unnoticed on the northern
front where an Israeli sol-
dier, Pfc. Shalom Avitai, 21,

of Jerusalem, was killed dur-
ing an artillery exchange
with Syrians on- the Golan
Heights.
The army announced the
names of three Israeli sol-
diers killed when their ve-
hicle struck a mine near Na-
hal Gittit in the Jordan Valley.
They were Sgt. Israel Got-
lieb, 21, of Kfar Monash;
Lance Cpl. Itzhak Mizrahi,
21, of Motzkin; and Lance
Cpl. Joseph Ozeri, 21, of
Mar Onno.
Two Israeli soldiers were

killed and two wounded by
Syrian artillery fire Monday.
The dead soldiers were iden-
tified as Sgt. Aharon Atzlan,
21, of Tel Aviv and Pvt. Ava-
ham Nissin, 20, of Hadera.
Three Israeli soldiers were
killed and four were injured
when a m ilitiry vehicle
struck a mine on a 'dirt road
near Nahal Gittit settlement
in the Jordan Valley.
Army authorities are in-
vestigating the incident, the
first in the Jordan Valley
in almost three years.

Jewish Book Awards Going to 6;
Temple Beth El Library Is Cited

NEW YORK — The 1974 six authors by the Jewish
Na tional Jewish Book Book Council of the National
Awards will be presented to Jewish Welfare Board at a
special ceremony Sunday at
the Park Avenue Synagogue.
As part of its work in
encouraging the growth and
development of libraries of
Judaica, the JWB Jewish
Book Council will present
WASHINGTON (JTA) — library citations to a number
The White House said that of institutions, including the
it was not the case when Meyer L. Prentis Memorial
questioned by the Jewish Library of Temple Beth El
Telegraphic Agency about in Detroit.
alleged anti-Semitic remarks
The Book Awards, repre-
by President Nixon on tapes senting the highest recogni-
sought by the House Judi- tion in American Jewish
ciary Committee, concerned literature, each carry a
with impeachment charges. stipend of $500 and a cita-
The claim that the tapes tion.
"include some anti-ethnic
The six recipients are:
and specifically anti-Semitic
Dr. Bernardl D. Weinryb,
remarks by the President"
was made by 'syndicated for "The Jews of Poland: A
Washington columnist Robert Social and Economic History
Novak on the CBS-TV "Face of the Jewish Community in
the Nation" program Sun- Poland from 1100 to 1800"
(Jewish Publication Society
day.
Novak, who brought up of America), winner of the
the matter in a question to Bernard H. Marks Award for
Sen. Jacob K. ,Javits (R., a Book of Jewish History.
Francine Prose, for "Judah
N.Y.) told the JTA that he
stood by the material in thte Pious" (Atheneum), the
question. But he would go no William and Janice Epstein
Award for Jewish Fiction.
further.
Harold Schimmel, for his
In phis reply to Novak's
question as to whether he translation of Yehuda Ami-
thought such remarks were chai's Songs of Jerusalem
irrelevant or should be made and Myself (Hamer & Row),
public, Javits said: "I think the Harry and Florence Kov-
they are irrelevant and as to ner Memorial Award for
making them public I would Poetry.
say we have to err on the
Rr. Eugene B. Borowitz,
side of making them public." "The Masks Jews Wear: The
A well-known though non- Self-Deception of American
official figure who spoke of Jewry (Simon & Schuster),
the rumors and asked not to the Frank and Ethel S. Cohen
be associated with them told Award for Jewish Thought.
JTA: "I don't know if they
Yuri Suhi, for "Uncle Mi-
are true." He said that "the sha's Partisans" (Four Winds
word that has come out about Press), the Charles and Ber-
the tapes reveals that they tie G. Schwartz Juvenile
could be considered anti- Award.
Semitic. Nixon was supposed
Dr. Isaiah Friedman, for
to have referred to one in-
dividual several times as "The Question of Palestine:
`little Jew-boy,' " the source 1914- 1918: British-Jewish-
Arab Relations" (Schocken
said.
Javits said in response to Books), the Morris J. Kap-
Novak's question: "I think lun Memorial Award for a
the public can understand book on Israel.
them. I'm Jewish and I can
understand them. I don't ap- Yeshiva U. to Offer
prove of them. I don't tol-
erate them. feel very seri- Minor in Business
NEW YORK—For the first
ously against them, but,
nonetheless, in the running time in its 46 year history
conversation of a man in Yeshiva College will offer a
high office with a lot of minor in business, it was
things on his mind and some- announced by Dr. Isaac Ba-
times expressing a passion- con, dean.
Dean Bacon said that it
ate feeling, if somebody's
annoyed him—it's not admir- had become clear during
able—but I think it will be the last few years that the
understood. And certainly in career-orientation of many
the balance of disclosure or undergraduates has been
non-disclosure, I say dis- gaining strength towards the
business professions.
closure."

Alleged Bias
in Nixon Tape
Shrugged Off

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