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August 30, 1974 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-30

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USSR's Maritime Threats

(Continued from Page 1)
were mulling over the possi-
.Israeli officials, meanwhile, ble motivations behind the
Soviet provocations, espe-
WE CAN FIT YOU — SAVE 20°0-50%
cially Tuesday's bizarre in-
cident in which two Russian
minesweepers "attacked" Is-
raeli patrol boats with high
pressure water hoses.
That incident, which oc-
curred in the Milan Straits,
was disclosed Tuesday night
All Sizes 6 to 44
by Defense Minister Shimon
FOR WEDDINGS and PARTIES
Peres. None of the Israeli
LONG, SHORT & PANT STYLES!
crew members was hurt, and
the boats were not damaged.
According to Peres the mine-
154 SOUTH WOODWARD NR. MAPLE
sweepers of a large Soviet
BIRMINGHAM: MICH. MI 2-4150
naval task force are operat-
ing in the northern Red Sea
and Gulf of Suez areas.
Meanwhile, in a speech
Monday to student represent-
atives in Alexandria, Egypt-
ian President Anwar Sadat
said Egypt would continue
its good relations with the
Soviet Union, "but our eager-
ness to consolidate relations
with the big powers does not
mean that we 'should become
aligned with any one of
them."

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Sadat's remarks, reported
in the semi-official Cairo
newspaper Al Ahram, indi-
cated a new emphasis on
Egyptian independence from
both superpowers. He told
the students that new war
planes are on their way to
Egypt, bought by "some
friendly Arab states" to re-
place Egypt's Yom Kippur
War losses.
He also said that -Egypt
was saved from near bank-
ruptcy on the eve of the
October war by $500,000,000
received from "our Arab
brothers." According to a
report of Sadat's speech car-
ried by a Middle East news
agency, the president told
the students that "the change
in the attitude of the United
States is our own doing
through what we achieved in
October and not just a casual
change in the attitude of the
President of the United States
or its secretary of state."

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all wool and a terrific value at
$180. This is just one of the great
new styles this season you'll find
at Shifman's Lincoln Center store.

Union Banks Give
Loan to Egyptians

PARIS' (JTA)—The Union
of French and Arab Banks
announced the grant of $100,-
000,000 loan to the Central
Bank of Egypt to promote
industrial development in
that country.
The union is the central
organization of an interna-
national consortium of 32
banks from Western Europe,
the U.S., Hong Kong and the
Arab countries organized to
finance this loan.

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