Israel's 'Champs Elysee'
Suffers From Terrorism
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Dizengoff
St., the fashionable "Champs
Elysee" of Tel Aviv, was hit by
Arab terrorists shortly after mid-
night Sunday. Heavy property dam-
age was caused when a parked
car, apparently loaded with high
explosives, blew up, destroyed
four other parked vehicles and
showered shrapnel and splintered
glass 200 feet in all directions.
Miraculously, only 11 persons on
the crowded thoroughfare was in-
jured, none of them seriously. An
Atherican couple, Mr. and Mrs.
Rdbert Furman, of New York
City, were hurt by flying glass.
They were released from the hos-
pital after treatment.
The explosion, which sent sleepy
householders thronging into the
streets, marked the second ter-
rorist attack in Israel's largest
city since last September when
a bomb blast in the Tel Aviv cen-
tral bus terminal killed one per-
son and injured about 70.
The El Fatah command in Beirut
claimed credit. It said that guer-
rillas planted 265 pounds of TNT
in an Israeli vehicle and that the
explosives were detonated by a
time fuse. Police arrested 20 Arab
suspects from nearby Jaffa, and
an investigation was under way.
house windows. Several trees were
uprooted, a street lamp was wreck-
ed and electric and telephone lines
were ripped down by the force of
A passerby remarked that the
scene was reminiscent of the Jew-
ish neighborhoods in Berlin after
the infamous "Crystal Night" in
1938. Armed guards were posted
at damaged shops to prevent pos-
The terrorists' aim was ob-
viously to inflict death and in-
jury on civilians. Dizengoff St.
on a warm Sunday night is jam-
med with strollers window shop-
ping or dropping in at a favorite
cafe for an aperitif with friends.
The surrounding neighborhood is
one of the best in Tel Aviv.
Former Premier David Ben-
Gurion's Tel Aviv home is only 300
yards from the scene of the explo-
sion. Many of the city's wealthiest
businessmen a n d professionals
have their homes nearby. Dizen-
coff St., named after the late Meir
Dizengoff, a former mayor of Tel
Aviv, was laid out in the mid-
1930s on what a generation ago
was largely farm land with an
occasional blacksmith's shop. It
soon surpassed the older Allenby
Rd. as Tel Aviv's main business
and shopping center.
Gen. Dayan had a busy night.
After inspecting the damage and
talking to witnesses, he visited
some of the injured in the hospital.
Residents of the area also stayed
up late. As soon as the police bar-
iers were removed, hundreds re-
turned to the sidewalk cafes for
iced coffee or vermouth and to
discuss the events of the night.
According to eye-witness ac-
counts, the explosives were
planted inside or underneath an
Israeli Army vehicle parked on
Keren Kayemeth Blvd., near its
busy intersection with Dizengoff
St. The boulevard is largely resi-
d ■ tntial and tree lined., Dizengoff
St. is a broad avenue of fashion-
able shops, sidewalk cafes and
One of the first officials on the
scene was Israel's defense minis- Arab-Communist
ter, Gen. Moshe Dayan. He told
reporters that he was at general Terrorist Link
headquarters when news of the
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blast came over the police radio.
A wide area of Dizengoff St. set off by a timing device. Security
think there may be a
was littered with splintered glass
from smashed shop and apartment connection between the Tel Aviv
explosion and the sabotage of oil
pipelines in the Haifa Bay area
Reconstructionists Hear last week for which El Fatah has
Appeal for Support of
(Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
confirmed Tuesday in the Knesset
Needy Blacks, Whites
a Communist underground
PORT JERVIS, N.Y. (JTA) —
Affluent, liberal, upper middle- was active among Arabs in Is-
class American Jews were urged rael-held territories and among
to respond more sympathetically Israeli Arabs. He also said there
to the needs of both black Amer- were cases of cooperation between
icans and lower middle-class ethnic Israeli Arabs and the terrorist
whites who are only "one rung of organizations.)
the ladder" above the blacks.
The appeal was voiced by Irving
Levine, director of urban planning
for the American Jewish Commit-
tee, at the annual convention of
the Federation of Reconstruction-
ist Congregations and Fellowships
He suggested that Jewish groups
initiate city planning proposals,
Friday, July 4, 1969-5
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Tel Aviv and Bar-Ilan
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Tablet Commemorates Ar mored Division Heroes
JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Coun-
JERUSALEM — A mon u m e n t shows three fingers pointing hea-
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Hebrew letter "Shin," a symbol
Tel Aviv University and Bar-Ilan
the armored division "Uri" has both for shiryon (armor) and for
University the right to award doc-
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tional Fund north of Safed in upper eral David Elazar said the site will
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ground for the corps' soldiers, who
fought during the Six-Day War in
Samaria and on the Golan Heights.
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