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r ,, PAGE 10 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT SEPTEMBER 30, 1970 L'SHANAH TOVA! TO THE GOLDEN AGE CLUB from Charles Baderman ============================================================================ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: '::7 if :S::?:::'L::?i:!:::::: :" Lieber Dr. and Mrs. Irving and Family r,/,/ L'SHANAH TOVAH To All Our Friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year - MR. and MRS. MAX SOFFER HOLIDAY GREETINGS MR. & MRS. JULES BERGER Sheryl, Terri and Barrie SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL OUR :i:: ,, RELATIVES AND FRIENDS I %iiiS : Mr. and Mrs. Max G. Mondschein J ,, A YEAR OF HEALTH AND HAPPINESS TO ALL MR. AND MRS. SEYMOUR H. KAPLAN DAVID and MIRIAM .- SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. HAROLD I. POLk and FAMILY ' i L'SHANAH TOVAH To All Our Friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. & MRS. DARREL GOLDFINE Mayrand Drugs 2215 E. Union Seattle, Washington 98122 Jk SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR! MRS. HOWARD P. PRUZAN STEVEN and CATHY Israel Seeks I.ife Terms For Hijackers JERUSALEM, Sept. -- (JTA) -- Transport Minister Shimon Peres is drafting legis- lation for the Knesset that would provide sentences of up to life imprisonment for air- plane hijackers or persons who attempt to hijack aircraft it was learned today. Persons who damage air- craft would face sentences of up to 20 years. Mr. Peres' draft would authorize Israeli courts to try offenders whose acts against aircraft were committed outside of Israeli territory and would permit flight captains to detain any passenger who endangered the safety of the aircraft. Is- rael's airline, El Al, meanwhile has rejected a complaint by Pan American Airways that it acted unfairly by diverting two suspicious-looking passengers from one of its own flights to the American carrier. The two passengers, carry- ing Senegalese passports tried to book passage on an E1 A1 flight from Amsterdam to New York but were turned down, according to E1 Al, because they aroused suspicion and the flight was full. They were ad- vised to try Pan American. El A1 said it notified the pilot of the Pan Am jet of the suspi- cious nature of the two passen- gers but by then the U.S. jet had already taken off and con- tinued to New York. The Jerusalem Post reported today that Israel sent another warning to the PFLP that ter- rorists in Israeli custody would suffer "serious consequences" unless all hostages held in Jor- dan were released. According to the Post the warning was conveyed to PFLP headquarters in Jerusalem by six prominent West Bank and Gaza Arabs who were expelled to Lebanon yesterday for al- leged collaboration with the ter- rorists. Arrests End Hijack Plan JERUSALEM, Sept. (JTA) -- Police disclosed the arrest of two Jewish youths on suspicion of planning to hijack an airliner at Lydda Airport. They identified the men taken into custody as Jerzy Korono, 25, and Bronislaw Gora, 23, both of whom immigrated from Po- land five years ago. According to police, the pair intended to force an airliner to fly over several European capi- tals where they would drop leaf- lets denouncing the Israel Gov- ernment for contemplating the withdrawal of Israeli forces from Arab territories oeeupied in the Six-Day War. Police said they found a Karl Gustav submachine gun and two loaded magazines in Korono's home along with handwritten copies of the leaflets the men intended to print. There ap- peared to be no connection be- tween the alleged plot and the five hijaekings and attempted hijackings by Arab terrorists on Aug. 30. LAKE TAPPS SALES COMPANY 204 Lyon Building MA 4.7777 SEATTLE Israel Spares K General Raphael Vardi, com- mander of military district of Samaria and Judea, this after- noon commuted to life imprison- ment at hard labor the death sentences imposed on two con- victed terrorists by a military court in Nablus. The military court had sent- enced the two Arabs to death for the murder of three Nahlus residents suspected of co!labo- iller's Lives rating with Israeli authorities. Mahnoud Alfi, 19, and AsSar Elshayib, 21, were found guilty of murder, sabotage, member" ship in a hostile organizatioll, and of throwing hand grenaae at the military government d labor exchange buildings !n Nablus. They pleaded guilty w the charges of murder and saw otage. Best Wishes for a Happy New Year 5731 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cohn Stacey, Stuart, and Lesly L'Shanah Tova May the New Year be filled with Happiness and Pros" perity for all. Abe and Anna Silver and Family SINCERE GOOD WISHES FORJ iil : MR. andTHE MRS.aCOMINGnd FAMIKIRBYLy YEARsPEYER ]J.j Happy New Year to the Jewish Community Senator Fred H. Dore 45th District Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Relatives Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Touriel Anne & Sandra & Elaine Mark & Marhne Gumbiner ( L'SHANAH TOVAH To All Our Relatives and Friends A Happy and Health New Year MR. & MRS. A. WEDGOSKY I 0 MR. & MRS. KENNETH J. WEGODSKYJ : and Kimberly Joyce MR. & MRS. KENNETH R. KUSHI d ;f. "i " jii:::::::-:.: L'SHANAH TOVAH A Year of Health and Peace MR. & MRS. BEN BRILI ---' ---' L'SHANAH TOVAH  MR eir hiR2e SAMSON KAMf '' h " C "1 en and Grandchildren .....  i i i !