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OCCASIONAL WEEKEND BABYSITTER
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PROFESSIONAL COUPLE SEEKS-student
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JERUSALEM (AP) - Israeli heli-
copters attacked a suspected bomb fac-
tory in the Gaza Strip early today, hours
after Palestinian fighters blew up an
Israeli tank, killed two soldiers and
tried to plant a huge car bomb in Israel.
The Palestinians launched their
assaults yesterday despite heightened
Israeli security before the Jewish New
Year. The militants called the attacks
retaliation for killings of civilians. The
attacks broke a monthlong lull in
Israel hit back early today with a
helicopter missile strike at a metal
workshop in Khan Younis, a city in
central Gaza, witnesses said. Hospital
officials said there were no casualties.
The Israeli military said the target was
a weapons factory. Witnesses said the
buidling was in flames.
In Tel Aviv, Marwan Barghouti, a
key leader of Yasser Arafat's Fatah
movement, went on trial on charges of
murder, attempted murder and terror-
ism and became the highest-ranking
Palestinian official to face an Israeli
Israelis were shaken by the magni-
tude of the attempted car bomb attack
that was prevented early yesterday
when volunteers helping police spotted
two cars racing along a dirt road near
the West Bank just inside Israel.
After a brief pursuit the drivers
abandoned the vehicles and escaped,
and police found a bomb with 1,300
pounds of explosives in one of them,
a small truck.
A huge cloud of orange flames and
smoke filled the sky as a bomb squad
blew up the truck in an open field.
A bomb that size - far larger than
any that has exploded in Israel during the
current two-year conflict - could have
brought down a large building or devas-
tated a shopping center, officials said.
- Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres said that had the bomb been
planted in a nearby Israeli city, it
"would have cost such loss of life that
it would have changed almost the
entire political situation in one
The foiled attack came amid a
tremendous security effort as nervous
Israelis prepared for the two-day New
Year holiday that begins tonight.
Israeli military spokesman Lt. Col.
Olivier Rafowicz said travel restric-
tions in the West Bank would be tight-
ened even more over the holiday.
The attack on the tank in Gaza was a
two-stage operation that began with a
nighttime rocket assault, drawing
Israeli forces into the area, the military
said. Israeli forces closed it off, and in
the morning, forces, including a tank,
went to search the area, said the unit
commander, Maj. Assaf Liberti. The
tank ran over and detonated a huge
bomb, blowing the turret off, killing
the driver instantly and trapping two
soldiers under the three-ton turret.
It took five hours to extricate the two
from the burning tank. Liberti said the
bomb weighed more than 220 pounds.
About the same time, a Palestinian
gunman approached a road used by
Israeli soldiers in the northern part of
the Gaza Strip and opened fire on a
jeep, killing an officer and wounding
another soldier. The military said
Israeli forces chased the gunman and
shot him dead.
An umbrella group representing sev-
eral Palestinian factions claimed
responsibility. "This operation came to
prove that Palestinian fighters are capa-
ble of reaching everywhere and retaliat-
ing ... for Israeli crimes," a caller told
The Associated Press, reading from a
statement. The umbrella group is domi-
nated by Arafat's Fatah faction.
In another development, Israeli
police on Thursday posted destruction
notices on the houses of four
Jerusalem Arabs suspected of planning
or carrying out attacks that killed 36
bystanders, including the July 31
bombing of a university cafeteria in
Jerusalem. Police spokeswoman Sigal
Toledo said the four have 48 hours to
appeal to the Supreme Court to stop
the destruction of their houses.
Also yesterday, Palestinian militants
killed two Palestinians they suspected
of collaborating with Israeli intelli-
gence. The Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade,
linked to Fatah, took responsibility.
Reacting to the attacks in Gaza
Thursday, Israeli Defense Minister
Binyamin Ben-Eliezer told a meeting
of his Labor Party Israel would not
return occupied areas of, the Gaza
Strip to Palestinian Authority con-
trol, as agreed last month, his
Under the 1990s interim accords,
Israel handed about two-thirds of Gaza
to the Palestinian Authority, but over
almost two years of fighting, it retook
some of that area.
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WASHINGTON (AP) - A lawyer
for Steven Hatfill, called a "person of
interest" in the anthrax attacks,
demanded yesterday that Attorney
General John Ashcroft find the fired
researcher a new job.
Attorney Victor Glasberg wrote in
the letter that Hatfill was fired from
his job as a researcher and probably
won't be able find employment
because of the Justice Department's
"inappropriate actions" in naming him
a person of interest.
"With all due respect, it is proper for
you to take the lead in setting this right
immediately," Glasberg wrote.
The letter also asked why Hatfill has
been targeted by the Justice Depart-
ment and FBI.
The department had no immedi-
Louisiana State University fired
Hatfill on Wednesday from his job
with the university's National Cen-
ter for Biomedical Research and
Training after an e-mail from the
Justice Department surfaced, order-
ing the university to stop him from
working on federally funded proj-
ects. LSU spokesman Gene Sands
said Hatfill's firing was not related
to the e-mail.
In addition to the letter, Glasberg
has filed a complaint with the depart-
ment's Office of Professional Respon-
sibility, saying the Justice Department
leaked information to the media and
allowed FBI agents to harass Hatfill's
girlfriend. He also complained that the
department intentionally blacklisted
Glasberg also asked the agency to
define what a "person of interest" is,
saying the intention in using the phrase
appears to be to defame his client.
"This functional equivalent of black-
listing is reprehensible and sanction-
able," Glasberg wrote.
Also in the complaint, Glasberg
quoted Hatfill's girlfriend, who was not
identified, as saying FBI agents ran-
sacked her apartment and told her Hat-
fill was a murder suspect.
University officials confirmed yes-
terday that they also fired Stephen
Guillot, director of the National Center
for Biomedical Research and Training
and the Academy for Counter-Terrorist
Sands declined to discuss why
Guillot was fired, saying it was a
Guillot was not at home and
could not immediately be reached
Law enforcement officials have said
Hatfill, 48, is not a suspect in the
deaths of five people killed by anthrax-
tainted letters. They also have said no
evidence links him to the letters.
Hatfill worked until 1999 for Fort
Detrick's Army Medical Research
Institute of Infectious Diseases in
Maryland _ the primary custodian of
the virulent Ames strain of anthrax
found in the anthrax letters.
Hatfill, who recently moved to
Baton Rouge, La., taught classes for
the LSU center on the East Coast
before getting the $150,000-a-year
associate director's job on July 1.
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Granholm has previously said she would like to "tweak"
Proposal A, the-successful 1994 ballot proposal that froze
property taxes and prevented local school districts from
holding elections to raise property millages. Granholm
denies any tweaking would involve potential tax increases.
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"We'll go to the mass meetings and then pick whatever
sounds best," added LSA freshman Elizabeth Doody.
LSA freshman Aymar Jean said he wants to take
advantage of as many different types of clubs as his
schedule allows, listing singing, pre-professional law and
business schools and community service as his top inter-
Jean said "if I have time I also want to join a multicul-
tural organization ... a group I don't know much about,
like something with Asians. But it depends on how much
school work I have to do. I'm on top of it now, but it's
only been a day."
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