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May 16, 1969 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-16

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Israel Pays Compensation for Attack on 'Liberty'

board of inquiry

Cleveland Day School

Orthodox Jews, according to Rabbi

CLEVELAND (JTA)—The Agnon Mordecai Schreiber of Fairmount

school, a new day school, will open Temple.
here in September with a kinder-
garten and a first grade. The new
DATA PROCESSING
day school will not be affiliated
SALESMAN
with any specific organization or
denomination. Support has come
EXPERIENCED
from Reform, Conservative and

WASHINGTON (JTA)—The State 1 Distribution of the money re- dental. A U.S.
had had ample
Department announced Tuesday ceived from Israel to the injured claimed that Israel ship correctly.
that the United States government , sailors is now in progress. the time to identify the
given be-
has just received 53,566,457 from State Department said. The only According to testimony Appropria-
Israel in settlement of claims aris- ; unsettled claims arising from the fore the House Defense
SERVICE BUREAU
a Joint Chiefs
ing from the attack by Israeli jets attack on the Liberty are for dam- tions subcommittee,
Aggressive individual. Salary and
and torpedo boats on the electronic , ages to the vessel itself. Th re- of Staff message ordering naval
CARS TO BE DRIVEN
commission for qualifying appli-
Liberty on main under discussion. The ship vessels to avoid the battle area
cant. Unusual opportunity. All
To any state. Also drivers furnish-
intelligence ship USS
was so badly damaged that a de- was sent from the Pentagon before
replies confidential. Reply to Box
ed to drive your car anywhere.
June 8, 1967, at the height of the
932.
Six-Day War. The sum of $3,323,500 cision was made to deactivate it. the Liberty was attacked, but
Fully insured and I.C.O. licensed.
was paid by Israel to the U.S. on officials said. Israel apologized through a series of misrouting er-
Insured Driveaway System
The Jewish News
May 31, 1968, on behalf of the for the attack which it called acci- rors. it never reached the Liberty.
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families of 34 men killed in the
attack some 13.6 miles off the • • ;
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Sinai coast.
The new compensation repre-
sents mainly payments to the
be sent instead of the large one
members of the crew who were !
(Direct /TA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
which used to go. The show is
wounded. The amount, received by
the U.S., paid on April 28, 1.969,
TEL AVIV—Israelis were wait- slated for next month.
ti : spy;
covered the following U.S. claims:ing Wednesday for one of the first
The three Arab states who had
53,452,275 for 164 claims on behalf signs of a Franco-Israel thaw in not received invitations this year,
IS PROUD TO HAVE
of the 75 injured crewmen; $92.437 the wake of President Charles de observers pointed out, were never
for expenses incurred by the U.S. I Gaulle's resignation. The question French aircraft customers and
DETROIT'S
government in providing medical was: Will Israel be invited to never took an active role in the
treatment to the wounded; and ' France's annual air show after all? show as Israel had done. Gen. de
521,745 for expenses incurred by
Retired Gen. Maurice Perdrizeti Gaulle had embargoed aircraft,
the U.S. for destroyed
personal for
property
which former French air force command- military equipment and spare
damaged
er and a leader in the French parts to Israel.
Larry Stern
crewmen wee compensated.
Hem Ahrens
There was no official comment
aircraft industry, arrived Tuesday
358-2232 Res.
U 1-4119 Ras.
as a guest of Israel's aircraft in Jerusalem on the announcement
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS industry. Reliable circles said he that acting President Alain Potter
• SERVICE WITH
• LOWEST PRICES
brought invitations to army of- would seek election as successor
10—Friday, May 16, 1969
LEASING AU MAKES
SALES
• SINCERITY
ficers for the show, to which Israel to President de Gaulle, but Is-
• INTEGRITY
DEPENDABILITY

had not been invited this year for raelis familiar with French affairs
• TRUSTWORTHY
the first time since the show's expressed gratification.
A highly placed Israeli official
inception.
All X-WAYS LEAD TO OUR SHOWROOM—
Invitations to other countries had said that the election of Poher
between
ould
mean
that
ties
w
gone out to "Salon Aeronautique."
an event organized by the defense France and Israel would become
ministry to display the latest ad- even closer than they were before
12240 JOS. CAMPAU, DETROIT
Saturday, May 24, 1969
vances in France's aviation in- June 1967. when France was the
8:30 p.m.
dustry. A communique issued by chief source of arms for Israel and
the air show authorities recently there was an intense scientific,
said that none of the combatants cultural and industrial cooperation
LABOR ZIONIST
in the 1967 war had been invited. between the two.
We Repeat — By Popular Demand!
Poher received Gen. Pierre
including Egypt. Jordan and Syria.
INSTITUTE
The decision not to invite Israel, Koenig. president of the France-
whose air force was formerly the Israel Alliance and a leader of
aircraft industry's major the Centrist group. The president
Israeli Ensemble—Speaker French
foreign customer, apparently had was reported to have expressed
been made by the former presi- to Gen. Koenig his warm feel-
Meet your old friends
ings of friendship and under-
dent.
standing for Israel.
Official Israeli circles hinted

,

Air Show Invitation Linked to Relations
Between France, Israel; Poher Liked

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Israel Alliance in honor of Gen.
Koenig's 75th birthday. The event
was generally regarded as a pro-
test against the embargo on arms
to Israel.
Former Premier Georges Pompi-
dou. leading candidate for the
French presidency, was under in-
creasing pressure on French policy
towards Israel. Pompidou, who has
Gaullist support, had been expect-

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ing with Baron de Rothschild, was
alleged to have stated, that if he
were elected president, he would
be more flexible and understand-
ing toward Israel and more sympa-
thetic to her problems. The meet-
ing took place at Pompidou's invi-
tation in his home in Paris.

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