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Pole I0, Friday, April 7, 1971, HERITAGE pecial PASSOVER EDITION April 21 Wish Your Friends and Relatives HAPPY PASSOVER with a HERITAGE Greeting. Your greeting in the April 21st Passover issue of HERITAGE will reach practically all your relatives, friends and acquaintances just before the Passover holiday stars. The HERITAGE greeting is the most effective way of expressing good wishes to all those dear to you. Below are sample sizes with prices and a return coupon for your convenience. Our deadline for inser- tion in the Passover Issue is April 14th. SAMPLE GREETINGS (for families or individuals only) Listing of Name & Address Only $2.50 GREETING No. 1 -- $15;00 GREETING No. 3 -- $10.00 GREETING No. 2 -- $10.00 GREETING No, 4 -- $5.00 1 Ma"IoT H"ER";T--AG"E,%.%TB"ox"44%,--'AIta'mo--nt7 S-pg"s,'la'-. "- q 32701 I Will you please insert Greeting No in your Passover | April 21st Edition. My check for $ ...... " is enclosed. I ._____Will you please arrange wording for greeting I Please use the following wording: I I ' I N00JdE : I  ADORESS CITY , ,,STATE zIP I i Please enclose your check. Help us avoid additional bookkeeping, i ARMOUR TAKEN from ter- rorists in S. Lebanon (above) and Iri Lebanese children give victory sign to passing Israeli soldiers. Life Returns To 'Normal" By RON TAL Jerusalem Post Reporter SOMEWHERE IN SOUTH LEBANON - With Israel's unilateral declara- tion of a cease-fire last Tues- day, life between the Israel border and the Litani River has returned to something that could possibly be described as "normal," though it is clear that the many refugees who fled southern Lebanon during the fighting will not return to their homes soon. Some villages are com- pletely, deserted. Many homes are barred up; other have been destroyed. The streets are littered with the remains of war; used cartridges, shrapnel frag- ments, open tins of food, dead animals and broken Russian-make rifles. In some places last week there were unburied bodies of P alestinians, Iraqis and other Arabs -- the terrorists who ruled the villages until the Israeli attack. Stalingrad was the ter- rorists' name for the town of EI-Khiam three km. from the Israeli border. It is not surprising. The town, where most buildings were used as bunkers and machinegun posts in the terrorists' bat- tles with the Christian neighbours, is in ruins. The bunkers are decor- ated with slogans painted by members of the more leftist terrorist organizations. One crude painting shows the communist red star impaling the star of David, while others show the hammer and sickle with a grenade or rifle in between. In a position overlooking Israel I found a book of caricatures: A Jew running into the sea pursued by an Arab on a white horse; Moshe Dayan as an octopus and the star of David as a prison window. The ter- rorists' equipment is mostly from the Eastern bloc with rifles and rocket launchers from Russia and East Ger- many and tins of meat from Bulgaria. But there is also food and first aid equipment from all over the world -- originally given by the Inter- national Red Cross to resi- dents of Lebanese refugee camps. EI-Khiam is empty. The few elderly residents who still lived in the town when the Israel army took over have disappeared. The Christian Lebanese soldiers who took over from the IDF could be seen looting whatever was left in this ghost town. The town of Taibeh, which was also a large terrorist base, presents a similar picture. In another village, AI- Man, a very old exhausted man who was left behind during the exodus was tre- ated by an Israeli doctor. Some Christian soldiers were seen looking for ter- rorist homes in the village street. But other villages, where residents did not have a reason to flee, remained unchanged. I joined a patrol which visited many of these villages along the southern Lebanese highway, accom- panying a colonel who gave safeguards to the mukhtars of each village. In one Moslem village, the mukhtar and bles were see the Israeli asked for the Christian have been two-year siege. The colonel letter forbidding dents to enter without a a handful of for the local that they will be sick persons to clinics on the Israel. The officer a the notables schools, get and return to fast as possible. procedure was every populated  town we visited. The different. 4,000 inhabit clean and cared for village bers of the munist Party. says that man village's young the Soviet Union North Korea. lie e letter of prote assured the village will not terrorists. There are Lebanese in held by lian are difficult. stay here only we still have population all can," an The with the who say theY hosts and stay for a C-r:00TLq,BOT It,) - N  |1 ' ii