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From AP and UPI
NAHARIYAj Israel - Israeli naval
forces put a quick end to an attempted
guerrilla raid yesterday, intercepting a
speedboat and killing all three
Palestine Liberation Organization
raiders aboard, an Israeli military
spokesman said.
One Israeli sailor was reported
slightly wounded in the early morning
firefight in the Mediterranean Sea, a
few miles south of the Israel-Lebanon
border.
THE SPOKESMAN said the
guerrillas had set out from Lebanon
and apparently were planning to attack
this Israeli resort town. Four Israelis
were killed in a guerrilla raid here 14
months ago.
"The attack was mounted to under-
score our people's armed struggle," the

Is he not DEVO? AP Photo'
A technician attaches a TV camera to the eyepiece of a Laser Target
Designator recently at Hughes Aircraft's Culver City, California plant. The
LTD will enable ground troops to'pinpoint targets for laser-homing weapons
or mark them for the delivery of conventional weapons.

Anti-draft groups will
offer re gistrants counsel

three
PLO said in a communique issued in
Damascus, Syria.
The PLO claimed the raiders "left
many enemy soldiers killed or woun-
ded" during a three-hour battle before
they were spotted by the naval patrol
craft, but Israel denied the report.
THE BODIES of three dead
guerrillas were recovered from the
water and the remnants of the speed-
boat towed to a navy base in Haifa, the
officials said.
The Palestinian guerrillas recently
declared they will escalate "the armed
struggle" against Israel because of the
recent car-bomb assassination attem-
pts that maimed two Arab mayors of
the occupied West Bank.
An Israeli government official, who
asked not to be identified, said the at-
tempted raid was an example of why
the PLO should not be included in the
Middle East negotiations.
"NO ONE denies - least of all the
PLO - that their intention is to destroy
the state of Israel," he said. "For us,
the political conclusion is obvious. The
prime minister has said again and
again that there can be no negotiations
with this terror group."
Last week, leaders of the nine
European Common Market countries
-endorsed Palestinian self-
determination, urged that the PLO be
"associated with" any negotiations,
and condemned Israel's annexation of
the eastern half of Jerusalem and its
settlements on occupied Arab lands
captured in the 1967 Middle East War.
Israeli Prime Minister Menachem
Begin on Sunday denounced the
European proposal as "a surrender to
totalitarian blackmail," comparable to
efforts to appease Nazi Germany prior
to World War II. He equated the PLO to
Hitler's SS troops.
AUTHORITIES SAID about 20 early-
morning bathers were on the Nahariya
beach at about 5 a.m. when a civil
guardsman spotted the PLO's speed-
boat glittering in the sunlight and called
the navy.
A patrol boat went to investigate, and
the guerrillas opened fire with a rocket-
propelled grenade, according to the
military spokesman. He said the
Israelis fired back with heavy machine
guns, sinking the small fiberglass boat
See ISRAELI, Page 7

By KEVIN TOTTIS
Local anti-draft groups will counsel men registering for
the draft but will not endorse any specific options open to
them, according to several members of the groups.
President Carter's draft registration proposal, endorsed
by the Senate last week, calls for the registration of all men
born in 1960 and 1961 in about one month. Failure to register
is considered a felony under federal law and is punishable by
a maximum five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
ACCORDING TO Mary Roth, a member of the
Washtenaw Committee Against Registration and the Draft
(CARD), counselors will be stationed outside post offices,
where registration will be conducted, to inform young men of.
the alternatives open to them. They will not, however, en-
courage people not to register because that is illegal, she
said. "Counselors don't do that (tell a person to do a specific
thing)," Roth added, "because it's-bad counseling."
In contrast to CARD, however, the U.S. Student
Association announced yesterday it would call on those
required to register to consider refusing to do so. "We are
issuing a call to all young men of the ages of 19 and 20 to
seriously consider refusing to comply with military draft
registration," the association said.
Roth said although CARD members will not tell young
men what to do, "we're very interested in talking with
people."

FOR EXAMPLE, if a person is considering resisting
registration, she said, counselors can provide material
dealing with others who have resisted in the past.
Counselors will also be equipped with conscientious ob-
jector (CO) forms and information, according to Nancy Fate
of the American Friends Service Committee.
To be classified a CO, a person "must be opposed to war
in any form," according to a conscientious objector fact
sheet distributed by the Public Interest Research Group in
Michigan.
TO BECOME A CO, a person must register for the draft
and fill out a form stating his beliefs, according to Roth. He
does not have to state his case before a board, she said.
If a person is denied CO status, Roth explained, he has
the right to appeal that decision. "If a person knows his
rights," she said, "he's in very good shape."
The Selective Service also advocates that young men
register for CO status rather than not register at all. "The
system has safeguards built into it," Selective Service Public
Affairs Officer Joan Lamb said. "If you don't register, you
take yourself out of the system - you're a felon. It's the law
of the land and it should be obeyed." _
Persons resisting registration will be found by the Selec-
tive Service, Lamb said. She was not specific on the methods
the service would use to seek resisters, but cited driver li-
See ANTI, Page 10

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