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PLAIN DEALER. MONDAY JANUARY 30 1984 AD Camouflaged vestments Navy Lt. Thomas Falkenthall, a Roman Catholic chaplain, standing right, celebrates mass for Marines of Company near Beirut airport. 3 A Druse guns shell 1 BEIRUT (AP) Druse mili- Ksour and Aramoun were the tiamen shelled. Lebanese army target of sporadic artillery and troops in the hills above Beirut rocket attacks from the Druse.

yesterday. The radio said the army fired Beirut Radio said army posi- back twice in the morning and tions in Souk el-Gharb and in Ain once in the afternoon. There was 1 Minister resigns in Israel JERUSALEM (AP) Mordechai Ben-Porat, minister without portfolio, resigned from the cabinet yesterday to protest the policies of Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir. The move reduces Shamir's slim majority in the Knesset (parliament). Ben-Porat said he was quitting because of Shamir's policies on Lebanon and the economy and because of a failure to form a broad-based government with the opposition Labor party.

Ben-Porat, an independent, retains his seat in the Knesset. But his resignation from Shamir's Likud-led coalition means Shamir no longer can count on BenPorat's vote to help keep his government in office. Shamir asked if he might resign and call early elections and said such a move would harm the country's economy and national AP Mordechai Ben-Porat "interest. "The national interest. dictates that this government continue its term until the end," he said.

The next elections are scheduled for November 1985. Ben-Porat said he would now vote "in accordance with my beliefs." AMBULANCE AID To call an ambulance anywhere in County dial CMED at 771-3355. The deaf may call 771-1368 on their TTY machines. No charge from pay phones when you ask the operator for the number. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Columbus, Ohio January 13, Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Director of the Ohio Department of Tronsportation, Columbus, Ohio, until 10:00 Ohio Standard Time, Tuesday, February 14, 1984, for improvements in: Cuyahoga County, Ohio, on County Road No.

116 (Babbitt Road) in the City of Euclid, by grading, draining, and resurfacing with asphalt concrete and signalization. Pavement Width Varies. Project Length Feet or 1.473 miles. Work Length 8,911.00 feet or 1.688 miles. The Ohio Department of Transportation hereby notifles all bidders that it will affirmatively Insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisem*nt, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discrimianted against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in considerotion for an award.

"Minimum wage rates for this protect have been predetermined as required by law and are set forth in the bid proposal. "The date "set for completion of this work shall be set forth in the bidding proposal. Each bidder shall be required 10 file with his bid a certified check or cashier's check for an amount equal to five per cent of his bid, but in no event more than fifth thousand dollars, or a bond for ten percent of his bid, payable to the Director. Bidders must apply, on the proper forms, tor qualification at least ten days prior to the date set tor opening bids in accordance with Chapter 5525 Ohio Revised Code. Plans and specifications are file in the Department of Transportation and the office of the District Deputy Director.

The Director reserves the right to reject any and all bids. WARREN SMITH DIRECTOR p.d.jon. 23,30, 1924 DRD87803 4 1984 Contract Sales Legal Copy No. 84-84 UNIT PRICE CONTRACT M-1A05(2) 5-A Jewish terrorists sought in plot against shrines FROM WIRE REPORTS have touched off riots among setting foot on Temple Mount JERUSALEM Israeli police Muslims in Israel and the Israeli- cause the site is considered so established a special task force occupied West Bank and Gaza holy by the followers of yesterday to investigate suspected Strip. Israeli military censors However, some zealots, including: Jewish terrorism after an attempt prohibited publication of the news U.S.-born Rabbi Meir to destroy one of Islam's holiest in Arabic language newspapers have called for rebuilding: the? sites was thwarted at the last published Saturday.

Police re- Jewish temples, a step that would; minute. vealed the attempted attack late require demolition of the Islamic: Police believe Jewish zealots, Saturday. shrines. The Israeli government: perhaps including some with The golden-domed Dome of the has pledged to protect the Dome: Israeli army training, organized Rock, perhaps Jerusalem's most of the Rock and al-Aqsa. the plot to blow up the Dome of famous landmark, and the silver- Kahane said yesterday the Rock and al-Aqsa Mosque atop domed al-Aqsa mosque together Muslim shrines should be dis-: the Temple Mount here.

are revered as Islam's third holi- mantled and the holy site returned? Security forces, notified by a est site after Mecca 'and Medina to Jewish control. "We would: Muslim watchman, prevented the in Saudi Arabia. Muslims believe never condemn such an, assault early Friday! The attack- the Prophet Mohammed began his said Kahane. "The presence off ers fled, leaving behind them ascent to heaven from the rock. Muslims in the most holy explosives, including hand gre- The Islamic shrines were built sites is a sin." nades of a type issued by the atop the hill that once was the Two of Kahane's followers were Israeli army.

site of the Jewish temples of King among the four detained, and Police picked up four men but Solomon and King Herrod. Jews released. released them after questioning and most Christians refer to the There were scattered disturbfailed to produce a solid lead into area as Temple Mount. Muslims ances throughout the Arab sectors who was behind the attack. call it Harim el-Sharif.

of Israel, the West Bank and Information about the thwarted Under a ruling by Israel's chief Strip after news of the attack was withheld for about 36 rabbis, Jews are prohibited from became known. hours, apparently to allow emotions to cool. News of an attempt Or against the Islamic shrines could 7 no report on casualties. Jumblatt was reported to have Near Beirut airport, unidenti- held talks in Libya with Col. fied gunmen ambushed an army Moammar Khadafy, the head of patrol yesterday, wounding two state.

The official Libyan news soldiers. agency did not disclose the nature Druse opposition leader Walid of their talks. 2,000 more farmers arrested after seeking reforms in India NEW DELHI (AP) More than inadequate facilities at the 2,000 farmers were arrested yes- school. terday in Karnataka state, bring- The farmers have been blocking 21,000 the in four number of detentions demonstra- to ading highways and railroads tions demanding days of agricultural re- since Republic Day on Thursday forms, United News of India: to press their demand that peasreported. 1 farms of tilling up to five acres government-owned be given ants The farmers were arrested as legal title to the land and that an they blocked traffic, squatting on official commission fix higher highways and railroad tracks state support prices for their throughout the southern state.

produce. Some train and bus service was canceled. In Chikmagular; 435 miles 4 die in home fire southeast metal-tipped of Bombay, truncheons police to used dis- in New Straitsville perse rock-throwing farmers. NEW STRAITSVILLE, 0. (AP) Authorities said schools and A man and his three children workshops.

have been turned into died when flames swept through makeshift jails because. state their home early- yesterday prisons were overflowing. Nearly morning. 1,000 farmers confined in a police The victims were identified as training school broke out and Paul Wickline, 35; Paul 14; blocked road traffic to protest Thomas, 13, and Kendra, 8. FLORSHEIM ORIGINALLY SELECTED Complete style, size and width selection not available at all shops.

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Bid forms and specifications may be obtained of the Office of the Purchasing Officer of Ine Board of County Commissioners, Room 100, County Administration Building Annex, 112 Hamilton Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114. In the event the bid submitted Is in excess of $6,000.00, it shall be accompanied by a "Bid Bond" or "Certified Check" on a solvent bank, payable to the Treasurer of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, in a sum equal to five percent of the amount bid, conditioned that if such bid is accepted, the bidder shall execute a contract in conformity to the invitation and bid and furnish a "Performance Bond" in a sum equal to one hundred percent of the bid. Prospective bidders must comply with the applicable contract complionce procedures for equal opportunity as stipulated by the Board of County Commissioners. Poyment shall be guaranteed by the Board of County Commissioners upon receipt of a bonafide involce at the Office of the Purchasing Officer, 112 Hamilton Aenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114, after delivery has been completed. Payment of the full amount will be made by a warrant issued by the Auditor of Cuyahoga County, Ohio.

The right is reserved to accept any port or all of ony bid submitted and also the right to reject any bids, or any or all parts of any bid submitted, and waive all technicalities, for reasons deemed sufficient by the contracting authority. Eash proposal must state in full, the name and address of each person, firm, or corporation interested in bid submitted. By order of the Board of County Commissioners of Cuyahoga County. VINCENT C. CAMPANELLA, President VIRGIL E.

BROWN TIMOTHY F. HAGAN JAMES W. WESTFALL, Purchasing Officer p.d.ion.30,feb.6.1984 DRD87679 STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION STATE OF OHIO REVISED NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE ADOPTION OF PROPOSED RULES Pursuant to Section 119.03 of the Ohio Revised Code, notice is hereby given that the State Lottery Commission, State of Ohio, intends to consider the adoption in final form of a proposed amended rule and a proposed new rule. A public hearing will be conducted on Wednesday, February 15, 1984, at 615 West Superior Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44113, at 1:30 P.M. in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act (Chapter 119, Ohio Revised Code), and any person aftected by the proposed action may appear and be heard at the hearing in accordance with Section 119.03 (C), Ohio Revised Code.

The proposed amended rule to be considered for adoption is Proposed Amended Rule pertaining to the revised ment schedule for the Lotto Game. The proposed new rule to be considered for adoption is Proposed New Rule pertaining to a new instant game. STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION STATE OF OHIO THOMAS V. CHEMA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR p.d.,!an. 16,23,30, 1984 DRD87733 PLAIN DEALER CLASSIFIED AD- -PHONE 344-5555.

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