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July 30, 1976 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 30, 1976 29

French Pay Amin $120,000 Bill For Plane, Passenger Services

PARIS (JTA) — Air
France has recovered its
hijacked air bus — but at
a price. President Idi
Amin released the plane
"with no strings at-
tached" except a "bill" for
500,000 francs (about
$120,000) which the
Ugandan ruler says is
due him for the upkeep of
the aircraft and meals
and accommodations
provided the hostages
during their week-long
stay at Entebbe Airport.
- The "bill," which the
French national air line
reportedly agreed to pay,
comes to about 200 francs

($50) a day for meals aspect of Israel's rescue adopted twin statements and the administration to
such other measures as
served to hostages while operation. "But on the on the subjects of ter- move swiftly to enact
necessary to achieve this
they were Amin's other hand," he said, rorism and the Arab legislation and to take
goal."
"guests." The air bus took "what other course was boycott, it was an-
off from Entebbe after left open to the Israeli nounced by Jacob
French technicians re- government? I don't see Sheinkman, president of
paired bullet holes in the any other course, given the Jewish Labor Com-
fuselage. The plane sus- the situation they were mittee. The executive
tamed slight damage dur- in. I think they did a very council "congratulated
ing the Israeli rescue op- intelligent and effective the people of Israel for
eration. job." their bold initiative and
Meanwhile, praise for Schmidt, while he commended the people of
the Israeli commando op- praised the rescue, added Kenya."
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