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May 11, 1984 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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Friday, May 11, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

New arrests in attempted bus
sabotage; 24 now in custody

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Wide World Photo

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Bus drivers Zamir Tayob (left) and Fayiz Admor (right) point to the location of the
explosives that had been attached to one of six Arab-owned buses boobytrapped by Jewish
terrorists in East Jerusalem April 27.

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
investigation of the at-
tempted sabotage of Arab-
owned buses in East
Jerusalem picked up last
weekend as security serv-
ices arrested five more sus-
pected members of a Jewish
underground organization
believed responsible for acts
of violence against Arab
civilians.

A news blackout still sur-
rounds the operation which
netted 19 suspects last
week, all of them still in
custody and under interro-
gation. None has been iden-
tified yet to the public. Six
have been permitted to con-
tact their lawyers but the
rest remain incommunicado
as allowed by Israeli law in
the early stages of a crimi-
nal investigation.

Most of - the suspects are
said to be residents of the
West Bank and Golan
Heights. Some are reported
to be army officers trained
in the use of explosives.
The Israeli Supreme
Court rebuked the police
this week for allegedly leak-
ing information to the
media about the investiga-
tion.
In a related development,
security forces discovered
an illegal cache of arms and
explosives last Thursday in
Kiryat Arba, the Gush
Emunim stronghold adja-
cent to Hebron and in the
quarter of Hebron taken
over some time ago by
Jewish settlers from Kiryat
Arba.

According to the reports,
the search yielded a variety
of arms, grenades and exp-
losives, all of Israel army is-
sue. The recovered weapons

were said to have been is- do some "soul searching" in
sued to the settlers as part of response to mounting evi-
the regional defense pro- dence of the existence of a
gram and subsequently re- Jewish terrorist under-
ported missing.
ground based in the occu-
The settlers meanwhile, pied territories.
are apparently trying to dis-
Discovery of the group
tance themselves from the and of the bombs planted in
suspects. The Council of six Arab-owned buses,
Jewish Settlements in timed to explode during the
Judaea, Samaria and Gaza rush hour on April 27, has
has decided not to provide been credited to an inside
legal aid to anyone charged informant. According to
in the sabotage case. That press reports, the informant
decision . followed a week was one of the alleged per-
during which Gush petrators of last year's at-
Emunim spokesmen first tack on the Islamic College
denounced the arrests, then in Hebron in which four
denounced the scope of the Arab students were killed
arrests but finally admitted and more than a score
that the settlers will have to wounded.

Fighter Ruby Goldstein
was 'jewel of the ghetto'

New York (JTA) — Ruby
Goldstein, the veteran-
boxer who died last month
at the age of 76, was known
as "the jewel of the ghetto,"
winning 50 of 55 fights be-
fore retiring from the ring
as a fighter and becoming a
referee.
Goldstein, who fought as
a lightweight and welter-
weight won •his first 23
battles before sustaining a
loss and finished his career
with 34 knockouts to his
credit. His five losses were
also via knockouts by the
likes of Ace Hudkins,
Jiinmy McLarnin and Sid
Terris, the best in their era.

After his fighting career
ended, Goldstein switched
to refereeing and worked 39
championship bouts over a
career spanning 21 years.
Considered one of box-
ing's top referees during the
1950's and 1960's, Goldstein

is best remembered for not
stopping the 1962 Griffith-
Paret welterweight cham-
pionship just before Paret
suffered fatal injuries.
Paret sustained repeated
head punches while appar-
ently lying helplessly on the
ropes. A panel of the New
York State Athletic Com
mission absolved Goldsteii
of blame in the death.
In contrast, Goldstein
was criticized for stopping
two earlier title fights too
soon. In 1957, Sugar Ray
Robinson was belting
middleweight champion
Randy Turpin of Britain in
the 10th round when Golds-
tein stopped the fight,
thereby granting Robinson
the title. Two years later,
Goldstein stepped in after
Ingemar Johannson of Swe-
den floored heavyweight
champion Floyd Patterson
seven times in the third
round.

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