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Israeli official's
brother defends
T 07

The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 7, 1983 - Page 3
Russia to deploy new

"Occupation corrupts" was the
essage of Richard Arens, the out-
spoken brother of Israeli Defense
Minister Moshe Arens, in an Ann Arbor
address yesterday.
Arens, A University graduate and
currently law professor at the Univer-
sity of Bridgeport (Connecticut), ac-
cused Israeli soldiers of beatings,
ra'ings, and gang abuse against
Palestinians in Israeli-occupied
territories. Arens compared Israeli
treatment of the Palestinians
West Bank to the racist policies of South
SPEAKING TO A crowd of about 75
people with few undergraduates at the
Wesley Foundation, Arens also blamed
Israel for the massacre of Palestinians
in Lebanese camps last year.
"Phalange militia were not allowed but
invited into the camps" by the Israelis,
Arens said.
Arens also warned against Israeli
nuclear capability in the Middle East.

He condemned the Israeli aerial attack
on an Iraqi nuclear power in January
1981 and said that Israeli collaboration
with South Africa in the field of nuclear
military power was decreasing the
chances for peace in the region.
Arens said that the Israelis, who
regard themselves as a tiny David
surrounded by many Goliaths, rank
fourth on the world's most atomically
armed list, and therefore it is the
Israelis-not the Arab countries-who
are the Goliaths of the region. He said
the country's interest in maintaining
nuclear superiority was the reason for
Israel's refusal to sign the nuclear non-
proliferation treaty.
ARENS WENT ON to urge the
audience to write to their represen-
tatives in congress to counter the strong
Israeli lobby in Washington. He
questioned why the United States was
willing to give Israel $300 million per
year while regions within the United
States, such as Michigan, are in
economic turmoil. The United Staes
give a "knee jerk response whenver the

mobile missile to,
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Soviet backs at the hands
Union is apparently preparing to deploy the Bekka Valley of
to Syria a surface-to-surface missile the Soviet Union rep
which would represent a significant losses in planes,
new threat to Israel, U.S. intelligence equipment, accor
sources said yesterday. telligence sources.
These sources, speaking on the condition Going beyondr
they not be identified, said there is Soviets installed SA
evidence the Soviets will probably send missiles never befo
to Syria the 75-mile range SS-21, which Middle East and se
never before has been deployed outside nel to operate th
of the Warsaw Pact region in Europe. telligence officials sr
Senior sefense officials The Soviets prov
have said the SS-21 is part of the air defense system:
new generation of Soviet surface-to- erected a comple
surface missiles which can carry high Soviet military adv
explosives or nuclear warheads. If the communicate dir
Soviets were to station SS-21s in military headquarte
southern Syria, such weapons could
cover targets in Israel. SS-21s could
also pose a threat to Lebanon. RENT
The SS-21 was described in a Pen-
tagon report earlier this year as a REFRIGE
mobile missile, carried on a six-wheeled
Designed to replace an earlier type of Pha
surface-to-surface missile called 973-
FROG-7, the SS-21 was said by the Pen-
tagon to be more accurate, "thus For imm
enabling greater targeting flexibility
and deeper strikes" than previously free de
Following Syria's battlefield set-

of Israeli forces in
Lebanon last year,
placed all of Syria's
tanks, and other
ding to U.S. in-
replacement, the
AM-5 surface-to-air
ire deployed in the
nt military, person-
iose missiles, in-
ided an integrated
for the Syrians and
x through which
isers in Syria could
ectly with Soviet
rs in Moscow.


Richard Arens, brother of Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Arens, speaks out
against the Israeli government.

Israelis want aid," he said. "The
Executive branch approves it and
Congress adds to it."
Arens was brought to Ann Arbor by

the American-Arab Anti-
Discrimination Committee, the
Ecumenical Campus Center, and the
American Friends Service Committee.

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Judge imprisons Brink's robbers for life

GOSHEN, N.Y. (AP) - Three radicals Authorities said th
described by a judge as unrepentant Brink's robbery ble
and calculating killers were sentenced "family" of terrorists
yesterday to 75 years to life in prison for Judith Clark, 33, D
murdering three people in the $1.6 and Kuwasi Balagoo
million Brink's armored car holdup two court when Ritter im
years ago. secutive 25-year-to-li
"I harbor no illusions about any of murders and concurr
these defendants. They hold society in terms for the robber
contempt and have no respect for said to be listening t
human life," said Orange County Judge, over a speaker syst
David Ritter. pen.
HE SAID the armored car robbery THEY HAD app
was "a cold, calculated and deliberate' moments earlier t
plan." Society must be protected from statements to a cour
"these defendants and the violence they porters, who applau
represent," he said. "Free the land!"
The Professional Theatre Program presents the comedy,
by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. The show begins at 8 p.m.,i
delssohn Theater.

he arrests in the
ew the lid off a
David Gilbert, 39,
n, 36, were not in
nposed three con-
fe terms for the
ent 12%-to-25 year
y. But they were
o the proceedings
tem in a holding
eared in court
o make defiant
troom full of sup-
ded and shouted,

"You can kill or jail a revolutionary,
but you can't kill or jail the revolution,"
said Gilbert, as wild applause broke out
in the courtroom.
The trio, former members of the
Weather Underground and the Black
Liberation Army, are not appealing
their conviction for the Oct. 2, 1981
holdup at a Nanuet shopping mall in
which a Brink's guard was slain and
two police officers died in the ensuing
A JURY deliberated less than three
hours before convicting the defendants
Sept. 14 of three counts of murder and
four of robbery. Two co-defendants
Kathy Boudin and Samuel Brown, are

scheduled for trial on the same charges
Kenneth Gribetz, the Rockland Coun-
ty district attorney who prosecuted the
case, recommended the maximum sen-
"The defendants have expressed not
the slightest sign of contrition, sorrow,
or remorse for their activities, but
rather .a firm desire and commitment
to continue their struggle against the
United States and their values, to con-
tinue to rob, maim and kill," he said.
Gribetz warned Ritter that it would
be a serious mistake "not to take these
defendants at their word when they
state that they are revolutionaries."

GS- Bail set for suspect

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Alternative Action-The Secret of Nimh, 7 & 9 p.m., MLB 4.
Cinema I-Alien. 7 & 9:15 p.m., MLB 3.
Cinema Guild - Mad Max, 7,8:45 & 10:30 p.m. Lorch.
AAFC - My Dinner with Andre, 7 & 9:15 p.m., Angell Aud. A.
Mediatrics-James Bond film festival, Dr. No, 1:30 p.m., From Russia
with Love, 3:35 p.m., Goldfinger, 5:35 p.m., Thunderball, 7:50 p.m., You
Only Live Twice, 10 p.m., Michigan Theater.
Performance Network-Films by Andrea Gomez, Ningun and Bus Stop, 8
p.m., 408 W. Washington.
School of Music-University Wind Ensemble and Symphony Band, 8 p.m.,
The Brecht Company - "A Man's a Man," 8 p.m., R.C. Auditorium.
Musical Society - Western Opera Theater, "Madame Butterfly," 8 p.m.,
,Power Center.
Seva Foundation - Violin concert, Lalgudi Jayaraman & Party, 8 p.m.,
Schorling Aud.
Women of the University Faculty - Organ recital, Marilyn Mason Brown,
7 p.m., organ studio, School of Music.
Ark - Madcat Ruth, 8p.m., 1421 Hill.
Second Chance - York Road.
Astronomy - Charles Cowley, "Exotic Elements in the Universe," 8:30 p.m.
followed by film, What Stars are Made of, 8:30 p.m. Angell Aud. B.
South and Southeast Asian Studies - Brown bag lecture, Gayl Ness, John
- Broomfield, "Military Funding for Area Studies: An Open Forum," noon,
130 Lane Hall.
Dickens Fellowship - Beverly Pooley, "Dickens and Chancery," 8 p.m.,
Faculty Dining Room, Lawyers Club.
South & Southeast AsianStudies-Suresh Vasant, "The Junnar Caves of
Maharashtra and Their Environs," 12:15 p.m., Lane Hall Commons Rm.
Engineering-Charles Ingram, "Research and Development to Support
Defense System Design," 3:30 p.m., 107 Aerospace Engineering Bldg.
Anthropology-Colloquium, Ann Anagnost, "Beginning and End of a
Chinese Emperor," 4 p.m., 2053 LSA.
Guild House - How Women Grow and Change, Marguerite Oliver,
"Women's Lives," noon, 802 Monroe.
School of Art-Jack Faxon, "Collecting Art in Michigan," 8 p.m., Hale
Korean Christian Fellowship - Bible study meeting, 9 p.m., Campus
Ann Arbor Chinese Bible Class-7:30 p.m., University Reformed Church.
Duplicate Bridge Club - Open game, 7:15 p.m., League.
Tae Kwon Do CLub - Practice, 5 p.m., CCRB Martial Arts Rm.
Chinese Students Christian Fellowship - Fellowship and Bible study, 7:30
p.m., Memorial Christian Church.
Women's Athletics-Field Hockey, Michigan vs. Michigan State, 4 p.m.,
Ferry Field.
Museum of Art - Art Break, Dorothy Farhat, "Gerome Kamrowski: A
Retrospective Exhibition," 12:10 p.m., W. Gallery.
SYDA Foundation-"An Evening with Swami Apurvananda," 8 p.m., 1522

MARSHAL, Minn. (AP) - A judge
set bail at $250,000 yesterday for a teen-
ager accused of second-degree murder
for the slayings of two bank officers at a
farm once owned by his father.
Steven Jenkins, 18, replied to Lyon
County District Judge George Mar-
shall's questions in a voice too low to be
heard by most in the courtroom. He did
not enter a plea.
LINCOLN County attorney Michael
Cable had sought bail of $50,000. Mar-
shall appointed Robert Maunu of
Pipestone as Jenkins' attorney and set
the youth's next court appearance for
Oct. 2.
Jenkins and his father, James
Jenkins, 46, were charged with the
deaths of Rudolph Blythe, 42, and
Deems Thulin, 37, president and vice
president, respectively, of the Buffalo
Ridge State Bank of Ruthton. The two
were slain last week on a farm where

the Jenkins family had lived before the
bank foreclosed on the mortgage and
claimed the property.
Father and son fled law enforcement
authorities until the younger Jenkins
surrendered Sunday night in Texas af-
ter his father apparently committed
Jenkins has been described as a
friendly but shy youth with a fixation
for guns and other military trappings.
His grandfather, Clayton Jenkins, said
the teen had hoped to join the Marines
but failed the physical due to a ruptured
The elder Jenkins was described as a
hard-working man who stayed to him-
self and longed to get back into far-
ming., Since the foreclosure four years
ago, he had held construction jobs and a
janitorial position at a school in
Brownwood, Texas.

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EPA investigator dispells
Love Canal incident

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(Continued from Page 1).
up the Love Canal story because of the
irony in its name, not because it was the
nation's most dangerous site.
"The student has to realize the post-
industrial society has the problem of
toxics to deal with just as the '30s, '40s,
and '50s had the problems of women's
rights and desegregation. . . The dif-
ference between toxics and those issues

is that you have to have more technical
background to play the game."
Kaufman said he was disappointed
that only 30 people turned out for his
speech. Usually when he speaks at a
college he said he gets crowds of around
500 to 600 people.
"Students should get involved with
the issues and educate themselves to
some degree."

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December 11, 1983
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