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September 23, 1983 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-23

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THE. DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TO BUILD BUSINESS
WHERE SOUTHFIELD "IVES

Three Charged
with Smuggling
Explosives

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Three soldiers serving with
the Austrian contingent of
the United Nations obser-
vers force on the Golan
Heights will be tried by Au-
strian military authorities
shortly on charges of
smuggling explosives from
Syria to Palestine Libera-
t ion Organization members
in Israel, it was learned last
week.
• The Austrian Defense
Military was quoted as say-
' ing that Austria's UN unit
should not be blamed for the
actions of one or two of its
members. But the officer in
command will be charged
with failure to maintain
discipline, Israel Radio re-
ported.
According to the reports,
an Austrian Sergeant-
Major of Turkish origin and
two other soldiers were ar-
rested on suspicion of
smuggling drugs. During
the ensuing investigation in
their unit, they were found
to have received explosives
from Syrian agents in
Damascus. These were con-
cealed in the spare wheels of
UN vehicles and brought
into Israel where they were
delivered to and paid for by
local PLO members.

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PLACE YOUR AD
WHERE SOUTHFIELD SHOPS

Herzog Sees
Hyprocrisy on
Lebanon Issues

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
President Chaim Herzog
has accused the public of
hypocrisy in relation to Is-
rael and Lebanon.
When the Sabra and
Shatila massacre occurred
last year, he said last week,
Israel was blamed
worldwide even though it
was plain that no Israeli
hand had spilled the blood of
the victims. Now, however,
when massacres are once
again being perpetrated in
Lebanon — the world
stands by and says nothing.
The president made these
remarks during a day-long
tour of several religious
kibutzim and moshavim in
the northern Negev.

So, if you'd like to do
more business with the
people of Southfield, use
the advertising medium that
reaches them where they
live and shop...the
Michigan Bell Southfield
Neighborhood Directory. To
make sure your ad is a part
of it, contact your Michigan
Bell Representative by
calling (313) 252-9100
today. But hurry, the
closing date for the new
Michigan Bell Southfield
Neighborhood Directory is
December 8, 1983.

When Southfield residents
turn to their new Neighbor-
hood Directory, make sure -
they find you. There's a
brarid new way for you to
reach those customers. It's
the new Michigan Bell
Southfield Neighborhood
Directory, including a corn-
plete Yellow Pages section
devoted to businesses that
serve the people of South-
field. If that means you,
your ad belongs in those
Yellow Pages.
As always, advertisers in a
Michigan Bell Yellow Pages
program can count on our
representatives who are
ready and waiting to give
you all the assistance you
need in preparing your ad:
copy and layout help, tips
about including your busi-
ness hours, credit cards
accepted and other impor:-
tant selling points.

Fourth Arson
in W. Hartford

WEST HARTFORD,
Conn. (JTA) — Police are
investigating a predawn
fire which damaged the
home of a Jewish state legis-
lator on Yom Kippur in
what. authorities said was
the fourth arson attack on
the Jewish community here
in less than six weeks.
The home of Rep. Joan
Kemler and her husband,
Dr. Leonard Kemler, was
- damaged by a fire reported
shortly before 6 a.m. The
Kemlers and their two chil-
dren fled the house.
Firefighters said the fire
was confined to the outside
walls of the first and second
stories of the home.
Kemler had been outspo-
ken on the three earlier in-
cidents.

Michigan
Bell

Yellow
Pages

Make sure your Yellow Pages ad
appears in the new Michigan Bell
Southfield Neighborhood Directory

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