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September 11, 1981 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-11

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Bus Driver
Uncovers Bomb

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
alert bus driver, checking
his vehicle at its terminal
station in Bat Yam near Tel
Aviv, discovered a suspici-
ous parcel and summoned
security guards.
When the parcel was
opened by a police sapper it
was found to contain a
watch linked to explosives,
forming a time-bomb due to
go off shortly afterwards.
Police said 13-people were
detained for questioning.

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Security Tightened Around
Jewish Offices in Germany

BONN (JTA) — Security
has been tightened around.
Jewish institutions in this
country following reports
that a German neo-Nazi
who was trained in Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion camps in Lebanon is
suspected of complicity in
the murder last May of Vie-
nna city councilman Heinz
Nittel, who was also the
president of the Austrian-
Israel Friendship Society.
A security official said
that a full-scale investiga-
tion is going on to determine
whether there are any
possible plots against
Jewish personalities or
friends of Israel in West
Germany.
The official said that
about 10 neo-Nazis who
were trained in PLO camps
are known to be presently in
Germany. He could not say
how to be presently in Ger-
many. He could not say how
many other German neo-
Nazis are still in training in
Lebanon.
Karl-Heinz Hoffmann,
the leader of this group
and the head.of a so-
called sports group, his
woman friend and four

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The Jewish Association for Retarded Citizens
invites you to a very special screening of the
Academy Award winning film "BEST BOY"

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Thursday, September 24, at 7:45 p.m. — Northland Theater

Please plan to attend our Afterglow immediately following the film.

• The Jewish Association for Retarded Citize,is is dedicated to
providing warm, caring homes in which retarded persons can learn
and grow to their fullest potential. JARC strives to offer families the
peace of mind in knowing that their retarded family members will have
the security and love of a . Haverim Home when the family is no longer
able to care for them. Our work has just begun. We have over 100
individuals waiting to be placed. Your contribution will help turn our
dreams into realities.

FUND RAISING COMMITTEE: Sheila Ordin, Chairperson

Sharon Alterman
Gerald Berlin
Nettie Deutch
Michael Feldman
Beverly Frank
David Frank
Jean Frankel
Trudy Gilmore
Irving L. Goldman

Arabs Open
Bank in Gaza

Helen Rothenberg
Sylvia Schane
Barbara Stollman
Ronald Stone
Sheila Stone
Shelby Tauber
Barbara Wachter
Norman Wachler

Joan Goldrath
Cheryl Guyer

Margot Halperin

Claire Kay
Sally Krugel
Ida Levine
Dorothy Mahlin
Adele Megdall
Doris Miller

JERUSALEM — The
Palestine Bank in Gaza is
now open, making it the
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JERSUALEM (JNI) —
Aharon Ben-Shoshan, a
blind 43-year-old teacher
from Akko, won the 5th In-
ternational Bible Contest
Sept. 2, among Protestant,
Catholic and Jewish Bible
scholars from 32 countries.
Second prize went to a 38-
year-old Seventh Day Ad-
ventist from Brazil. An-
other contestant, from Peru,
belongs to a group of several
dozen countrymen who plan
to convert to Judaism and
immigrate to Israel.

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other neo-Nazis who re-
ceived training in PLO
camps are in custody in
West Germany.
Hoffmann is also sus-
pected of the murder of
the Jewish publisher,
Shlomo Levin, in De-
cember 1980 in Nurem-
berg.
A few months ago, Ger-
man police launched a
major crackdown against
neo-Nazis in the country.
An intensive search of hun-
dreds of apartments yielded
a large quantity of arms and
of neo-Nazi propaganda
material.

CALGARY, Alberta — A
40-year-old black Canadian
construction worker has
joined the Alberta chapter
of the Ku Klux Klan, ac-
cording to the Toronto
Globe and Mail.
Louis Proctor was unoffi-
cially sworn into the Klan
on July 31 by Alberta Chap-
ter President Tearlach Mac
a' Phearsoin. The Alberta
chapter of the KKK is
known as the most liberal
branch of the racist group in
North America.
Both Proctor and Mac a'
Phearsoin see the turn of
events as the symbol for a
"new beginning for the
white and black races in
North America."
"We can prove that black
and white can live together
in peace and harmony, join-
ing forces to wipe out racial
hatred," Proctor said. Pro-
ctor has assumed the role of
a kleagle, or klan organizer
and will try recruiting other
black members.

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