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November 21, 1969 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-21

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LONDON (JTA) — Twenty-nine erable time in the occupied terri-
Laborite members of Parliament tories, have conversed with
who claim to have "visited Israel Arabs there and have been given
and seen for ourselves" took issue every opportunity of seeing the
with a report by the London Times' conditions that exist there," the
foreign editor E. C. Hodgkin which legislators stated.
alleged cruel and oppressive treat-
- Nowhere did we find anything
ment by Israel of Arabs in the remotely resembling the state of
occupied territories, affairs described by Mr. Hodgkin.
Their letter, published in the We are astounded that our col-
Times, was apparently addressed leagues who have not visited the
to fellow MPs and others who have occupied territories and have no
written in defense of Hodgkin personal experience should rush
against the storm of protest that into print and accept these allege-
his article aroused from Israel lions as true. We suggest that our
sympathizers. colleagues . . . should, before con-
"Many of us have visited Israel 'Oclemnation, visit Israel and judge
recently and have spent consid- for themselves."

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Society announces the publication
of a 27-page listing of manuscript
collections catalogued between
January 1968 and June 1969.
The catalog contains 64 refer-
ences including papers of the Civil
War Centennial Jewish Historical
Commission, the Gomez Family
papers of 1716-1882 and the letters
of Abigail Franks.
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tor.
Since the publication of this
catalog, another of the Abigail
Franks letters has been presented
to the society. The original letter
was sent by its owner, Bryant
Lillywhite of Haslemere, Surrey,
England, to Leo Hershkowitz, co-
editor of "The Lee Max Friedman
Collection of American Jewish
Colonial Correspondence: Letters
of Franks Family (1733-1748)."
Lillywhite had been of active as-
sistance in the preparation of this
volume.

French Embargo
Holds Up Delivery
of Boats to Israel

PARIS — The authoritative
French naval annual "Combat
Fleets 1970" reports that France
is holding up the delivery of five
high-speed, rocket-carrying patrol ;
boats.
The boats come under the same
two-year-old arms embargo that is
holding up the delivery of 50
supersonic Mirage-5 jet fighters,
ordered and paid for by Israel be-
fore the Six-Day War.
Of an original order for 12
, vessels, seven have been de-
livered to Israel. The other five
remain in the Cherbourg yard
where they were built. The 250-
ton boats are equipped with Is-
rael-designed "Gabriel" sea-to-
sea rockets.
The hook said the patrol boats
are capable of speeds up to 40
knots and have a maximum range
of 2.000 sea miles. They are com-
parable to the Soviet-made OSA
patrol boats used by the Egyptian
navy, one of which sank the Is-
raeli destroyer Eilath in October
1967.

Israel Accounts for Juicy

25 Pct. of Citrus to Europe

From Mediterranean

LONDON (JTA)—Israel is ex-
pected to account for 25 per cent
of the total citrus production of the
Mediterranean area shipped to
European markets during the 1969-
70 citrus season, the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency was told Wednes-
day by the European director of
the Israel Citrus Marketing Board.
Moshe Levin said that based on
past experience, Israel will be
sending 725.000 tons of citrus to
Europe out of an expected total of
3,000,000 tons from all citrus-pro-
ducing countries in the Mediterran-
ean.
Levin said there was every rea-
son to expect a "fair" season. He
said that prices were good at the
start but have been dropping owing
to an abundant supply from Israel.
Cyprus, Morocco, Spain and Hon-
duras.
He said Israel is expected to
ship 41,000,000 containers of var- I
ious citrus fruits to Europe this
season, plus another 4.000,000 con-

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