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July 12, 1974 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-12

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'Commando Army'
Recruited to Hit Arab
Terrorists on Bases

TEL AVIV (JTA)—A for-
mer lieutenant in the para-
troops is openly recruiting
other combat veterans to
form a private commando
army to attack Palestinian
terrorists in their bases
across the borders.

fense Forces have completed
the installation of new secur-
ity measures along the sea-
front - from the Lebanese
border southward.

The new measures were
taken in response to the Arab
terrorist attack in Nahariya
in which the terrorists ar-
rived by way of the sea. Spe-
cial equipment to discover
terrorist penetration is in-
cluded.
In addition, the army has
named a special officer to be
in charge of the coast area
from Acre, north of Haifa,
to the Lebanese border. This
was revealed during a visit
paid to the coastal installa-
tion by Gen. Mordehai Gur,
chief of staff, and senior of-
ficers.
Police in Dimona held 44
Arab workers for question-
ing after a parcel of explo-
sives was discovered on the
Dimona-Beersheba bus July
1.

He has placed ads in the
press for men who will fight
the terrorists "not in uni-
forms and not in the name
of the state of Israel."
The recruiter, identified
only as Eitan, is reportedly
employed in an industrial
enterprise in the Negev.
His ads are addressed to
men on active duty in the
armed forces as well as to
former soldiers.
He has named his volun-
teer organization the "Yuli
Unit." Its address is a post
office box.
Men presently on active
duty are urged to write to
the military authorities re-
questing paid leave for the
The parcel aroused the
duration of their service with
curiosity of a passenger be-
the volunteer outfit.
cause it didn't appear to be-
Eitan served during the long to any of his fellow
Yom Kippur War under the passengers -. He alerted the
command of Gen. Ariel driver, who summoned the
Sharon, whose division broke police.
through Egyptian lines to
A police sapper opened the
establish the first Israeli
bridgehead on the west bank package and discovered ex-
plosives and an activating
of the Suez Canal.
He says he wants Sharon, device which was dismantled
safely.
who has retired from the
Police in the Negev town
army and presently serves
in the Knesset, to head his said the alertness of the
passenger probably •averted
unit.
Eitan advocates unortho- a disaster.
dox methods to fight terror-
An Arab terrorist convict
ists. He believes the only
way to destroy them is to who escaped Monday from
penetrate their bases and the Gaza prison, was captured
wipe them out.
Monday night near the Gaza
Meanwhile, the Israel De- coast and returned to jail.

-

At Tay-Sachs Screening

Tel Aviv U. Studies Latin Relations

TEL AVIV (JTA)
In
view of the erosion of Israel's
position in Latin America,
the Tel Aviv University has
initiated an international
seminar for Latin American
problems.
The president of the uni-
versity, Dr. George Wise,
told a press conference here
that Israel's position in Latin
America is deteriorating.
The Lebanese foreign minis-
ter who recently visited some
countries there was warmly
welcomed and found friends
for Arabs in all spheres of
society, Dr. Wise said.

14—Friday, July 12, 1974

can banks are now controlled
by Arabs who increase their
activties daily.
To avoid the experience of
Africa, Tel Aviv University
decided to hold the seminar
on Latin American problems
— political economical and
historical issues.

Six professors from Mexi-
co, Brazil and Argentina
were invited to participate
in the three-week seminar,
in which some 30 Israelis —
including representatives of
the foreign ministry, Jewish
Agency and other officials —
Many of the Latin Ameri- are participating.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Detroit Country Day School, for "Back to School" Fall 74.

ONE GREAT SALE at
TWO GREAT STORES!!

Whether it's a Dynamite Bar Mitzva Suit for

your young man ) or a pair of Beat the Heat

Walking Shorts for the "Old Man"

Bargains Abound at PRINCETON

Everything For Young Men 8 to 80 from Sport Coats and
Leisure Suits to the most Casual Shirts and Jeans.
All at savings that you will recognize as being to good to pass up

AN ADDED 7 MILE BONUS

Fri. & Sat.

Offers Our Traditional

A fun filled way to buy

incredibly good merchan-
dise at incredibly low
prices. Come down and see why this SALE at-,
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You'll save!!!

BOYS SHIRTS

'2.88

2 for $5.00

Alfred L. Deutsch, United Jewish Charities president,
standing, was at the United Hebrew Schools on the second
Sunday of the Tay-Sachs Disease screening program to
check progress of the project which is funded by a major
grant from the charities. He watched with Sinai Hospital
coordinator Mrs. Norma Silver and Dr. Hyman Mellen,
co-chairman of the project's community coordinating com-
mittee, as Federation's junior division president Edward
A. Lumberg was being tested by the medical technologist.
Lumberg was one of nearly 2,000 persons who gave blood
samples during the initial two sessions. The project aims
to test the maximum number of Jewish Detroit-area adults
of child-bearing age who are of Eastern or Central Euro-
pean ancestry to detect possible carries. Sinai Hospital and
the Genetic Counseling Clinic of Henry Ford Hospital are
the medical facilities cooperating in the screening. Addi-
tional testing days will be announced later in the year,
according to Dr. Lester Weiss, scienific director of the
clinic. Persons wishing additional information about the
program or the volunteer duties involved are asked to
contact Mrs. Silver's office at Sinai, 272-6000.

Values
to
$9.00

BOYS

JACKETS

Values to $20.00

$4.81

BOYS

PANTS
Values
'3.88

LONG SLEEVE SHIRT, Values to $14 .. $4.81
$ 48.08
SUITS, Values to $165.00
DRESS PANTS
2 for $20.00
SPORT COATS, Values to $100.00 . . . $33.65



2 for $7.50 $15.00

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Saturday til 7:30

aft

Values to $20.00

RINCETON

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MASTER CHARGE
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PRINCETON CHARGE

s7.90

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