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July 23, 1976 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

French Police Protect Jewish Institutions

PARIS (JTA) — Police
are guarding major Jewish
installations in the city of

Marseilles where a time
bomb was found Monday on
the synagogue grounds.

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The bomb, consisting of
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attack could be part of a
wave of anti-Jewish vio-
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A man claiming to speak
for "The Peiper Group"
has telephoned the Mar-
seilles Bureau of _the
French news agency Ag-
ence France Presse to as
sume responsibility for
some of these attacks, but
police officials are not con-
vinced that such an organ-
ization does exist.

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Official circles believe the
attacks were carried out by
violence-prone individual
vandals, more difficult to
trace down and apprehend
than members of an organ-
ized gang.

Marseilles' Chief Rabbi
has called on the authorities
to use all the means at their
disposal to track down and
arrest those responsible for
the assaults.

(Continued from Page 1)
Interviewed on WABC-
TV, Herzog stressed that
international terrorism can
be defeated only by a con-
certed effort of the free wo-
rld. He said that the free
world countries should boy-
cott any country that sup-
ports terrorism in any way.
The Israeli envoy accused
Libya of being the "pay-
master" of international
terrorism. He said that Li-

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Crew members of the visit
ing Israeli missile boats
Yaffo and Tarshish toured
Washington and Norfolk,
Virginia last week. The
ships, in American waters
on a Bicentennial good-will
mission, are tied up at Balti-
more where their 110 offi-
cers and crew members
were warmly received by
the local Jewish community
and Israeli Ambassador
Simcha Dinitz.
The boats participated in
the international Bicenten-
nial maritime tribute in
New York harbor July 3-4
and subsequently called at
Philadelphia.
On their -arrival at Balti-
more, Dinitz hailed "This_
fresh and direct contact
from the state of Israel to
the people of Baltimore." At
a reception for the sailors
later, he referred to the

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Boats Ordered

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bya can be pressured on this
subject by countries which
have economic and political
relations with it by severing
all relations with Libya un-
til it stops its support of ter-
ror.
Herzog disclosed that
many African delegates
privately congratulated Is-
rael during the Security
Council debate on the spec-
tacular rescue mission at
Entebbe Airport in Uganda.

"The feeling that we got,"
Herzog said, "was that Af-
rica can no longer tolerate
President Idi Amin."
Asked why 20 Ugandan
soldiers were killed during
the rescue operation, Her-
zog said they were killed
because they guarded the
hostages. He said that Mrs.
Dora Bloch, the 75-year-old
missing hostage who is
presumed to be dead, is a
victim of international ter-
rorism.
He added that if the
Ugandan authorities are in:
control of Uganda as they
claim, they must know what
Uganda rescue mission, de- happened to Mrs. Bloch.
claring that "Jewish blood
will not remain unavenged
anywhere in the world be-
cause today there is the
state of Israel."
NOW'S THE TIME .. .
Mayor William
D.
Schaefer of Baltimore
LEASE
presented Bicentennial YOUR 1976 FORD GRANADA
plates and replicas of but-
tons from George Wash-
ington's uniform to Capt.
per mo.
Eli Rahav of the Israeli
Navy who commands the
1976 FORD LTD.
two-boat flotilla. Rahav
also received a plaque
from Joseph L. Stanton,
$
per mo.
Administrator of the Bal-
timore Port Authority.
Including: Air Cond., Auto
Jack Pealstone, president Trans., Pwr. Steering, Steel Ra-
dial Tires, Tinted Glass, Etc.. , .
of the Baltimore Associated
OR
Jewish Charities and Wel-
SEE ME
fare Fund noted that the
boats were built in Israel to
SHELDON METZ
a French design, have West
FOR THE LOWEST PURCHASE
German engines, some
PRICES IN TOWN.
British parts and, in addi-
tion to their Israel-made
"Gabriel" surface-to-surface
missiles, are armed with
Italian guns. Each boat nor-
mally carries a crew of 45.
Their complement was in-
creased to 55 for the Bicen-
_
tennial visit.
Ford
They are scheduled to ar-
rive at Miami today. Their
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subsequent itinerary has
not been disclosed for secu-
rity reasons.

Two Israeli Goodwill Ships
Welcomed at Bicentennial

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During the last few weeks
vandals desecrated the Nice
synagogue, exploded a small
bomb in front of the Paris
bureau of the Bnai Brith
and threatened to blow up
two Marseilles hotels unless
the Israeli consul in that
city cancels a reception due
to be held in one of them
today.

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Libya Accused; Ford Hails Policy
of United States in the Middle East

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Israel Navy has ordered six
more of the Reshef type
missile boats and Haifa
Shipyards which builds
them has reported potential
buyers abroad. Two Res-
hef-type boats, the Yaffo
and Tarshish, are presently
on a good will visit to the
United States in connection
with the American Bicen-
tennial. Sources said the
government was considering
extending their cruise to
South America where a
market for such craft exists.
The Israel Navy has six
and the new orders will dou-
ble their number providing
Israel with a substantial
naval striking force far from
home. The Reshef boats
have a cruising range of
4000 miles — four times the
range of the older Saar-type
boats in the Israel Navy.
Each new 180-foot ship
will cost an estimated $15
million, the first of which
will be delivered in Jan.
1977. They will each carry
seven Israel-made "Gabriel"
surface-to-surface missiles
which have a 22-mile range
— twice that of those used
in the Yom Kippur War —
as well as other sophisti-
cated electronic equipment.
The Israeli government
claims the additional ships
are necessary to preserve a
naval balance in the eastern
Mediterranean in vie‘y of
purchases abroad by Arah
governments.

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