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September 09, 1977 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-09

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16 Friday, September 9, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Terrorists in South Lebanon Seen Building Fortifications

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TEL AVIV (JTA)—Israeli
circles claimed that terror-
ists in southern Lebanon
are constructing a system
of military positions and for-
tifications near the Israeli
border for eventual occupa-
tion by Syrian forces. The
circles said there was no
doubt that the work is being
supervised and directed by
the Syrians.
According to these cir-
cles, the terrorists, using
mechanized equipment, are
building tank and artillery
positions and infantry stong-
holds, mainly in the central
and eastern sections of the
border area directly oppo-

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upon the purpose of our roles in life, and to look with
hope toward the future.

We can help you plan that secure and financially sound
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May you enjoy a happy, healthy and productive New
Year.

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a happy, healthy and productive
New Year

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site Israeli settlements such
as Misgav Am and Avivim.
They are also claimed to
have rehabilitated the air
strip near Nabatiyeh vil-
lage that would enable
planes to 'take off only 20 kil-
ometers north of the Israeli
border.
The Israelis said the pur-
pose was to prepare a mili-
tary infrastructure for use
by Syrian forces should
they be moved southward
toward Israel or in the
event of a flare-up of fight-
ing in the Lebanese border
region. So far, however, Syr-
ian forces have not pene-
trated southern Lebanon.
Meanwhile, the Israel gov-
ernment has reported that
an Israeli soldier was killed
.along the frontier last week
by mortar fire from Leba-
non. It was the first known
combat-related death of an
Israeli trooper in more than
three years.

Maj. Abu Emilie said
that the villages of southern
Lebanon are cut off from
all communications except
those via the open fence on
Israel's border which pro-

Wage Boost Hit

World Oil Demand

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
In its latest wage agree-
ments El Al Israel Airlines
will pay the captain of a
jumbo jet nearly IL1 mil-
lion ($100,000) in wages and
benefits. The captain of a
Boeing 707 would receive
half that figure.
Government
officials
have expressed concern
that the latest El Al wage
package would be dan-
gerous for Israel's econo-
my.

HAMBURG (ZINS) — Ac-
cording to Die Zeit, the
share of oil consumed by un-
derdeveloped nations will
rise from 15 percent to 25
percent by the year 2000.
The newspaper also said
the Soviet Union will have
to begin importing oil in the
1980s, adding to the in-
crease in the world's de-
mand for oil.
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your grip; he will devour
you.

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In a related development,
American fashion designer
Ken Scott said in, Tel Aviv
last week his yacht was
fired on from the Lebanese
port of Tyre en route from
Beirut to Tel Aviv.
There was no damage or
injury incurred in the at-
tack and an Israeli navy pa-
trol ushered the yacht into
Haifa port.
It also was reported that
the commander of Christian
forces in the wetsern sector
of southern Lebanon visited
Nahariya Tuesday and
praised Israel for the hu-
manitarian assistance it
has rendered his co-reli-
gionists in that war-torn re-
gion.

vides them with telephone
and postal services. He said
that several villages rely on
Israel for their water sup-
ply, some are planning to
link up with Israel's elec-
tric power system and all
buy their merchandise in Is-
rael.
A group of 45 villagers
from southern Lebanon
spent the weekend at the Je-
rusalem Plaza Hotel as
guests of the hotel manage-
ment.

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A REASON"

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