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July 29, 1977 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-29

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30 Friday, July 29, 1977

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

George and Sicilia Grego

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Probe Continues of Bombing
of Israel Advocate's Home

WASHINGTON (JTA)—
The FBI and Montgomery
County (Maryland) police
are still investigating the ex-
plosion that heavily dam-
aged the Rockville, Md.
Home of Morris J. Amitay,
executive director of the
American-Israel public Af-
fairs Committee (AIPAC).
Police theorized that
Amitay's "highly visible"
position as a leading advo-
cate for Israel's cause in
Washington made him a
likely target. Police said
that no individual or group
has claimed responsibility
for the bombing which oc-
curred at 3 a.m. Monday.
Speculation in the capital
ranged from pro-Palesti-
nian forces, to members of
the Hanafi Muslim sect,
whose 'leader along with
other members were con-
victed last Saturday in con-
nection with the armed take-
over last March of three
Washington buildings, in-
cluding the Bnai Brith head-
quarters.
Police, however, have dis-
counted that it was done by
the Hanafis. A spokesman
for the Palestine Liberation
Organization has also re-
portedly condemned the
bombing.
Whoever set off the blast
must have been "sophis-
ticated" in the use of explo-
sives, according to police.
The explosion was deto-
nated by an electrical de-
vice not far -from the house.
The blast caused an esti-
mated $50,000 in damages,
punching out the door on
the ground floor, along with
an adjacent window and
making a hole 10-feet wide
in the side of the house.
The bomb was planted out-
side the family room di-
rectly below where the
Amitays were sleeping. Nei-
ther Amitay nor his family

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us she was day waitress as
we enjoyed lunch with Al
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MONTREAL (JTA)—For
the first time since the
Order of St. John was found-
ed in ttle 11th - Century. a
Jew has been appointed to
high office.
Maj. Louis M.
Bloomfield, attorney and
philanthropist of Montreal,
has been elected president
of the Quebec Council of
the St. John Ambulance As-
sociation. Bloomfield was
named Knight of the Order
in 1965 and is the only Jew
to hold that position.
The Protestant order,
which was founded in Eng-
land to help people in dis-
tress, has 5.000 uniformed
volunteers in Quebec Pro-
vince and provides courses
in first aid, home nursing
and industrial accident pre-
vention. It also provides am-
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aid at all puolic gatherings.

so
like
we
er that
much...Chef Milos' "Some-
thing Different" was a very
good cold cucumber
soup...Only thing wrong
was the quite warm spoon
brought with it...However,
Jean remedied this immedi-
ately by having it chilled in
ice...The hamburger with
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rounded' out a pleasant
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SOME 2,000 P'JAZZ fans
attending the Stan Kenton
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for the recuperating
maestro.
Although his doctor said
last week that Kenton was
"way ahead of schedule" in
recuperating from his oper-
ation, he will not be back
with the band for another
month or two.
Dick Shearer, lead trom-
bonist and assistant con-
ductor for 10 years. will
front the 19-piece orchestra.
In Kenton's place at the
piano will be 21-year-old
keyboard wonder Fred
Simon from Chicago.
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were hurt, but the explosion
killed the family dog.
In New York, Bnai Brith
Anti-Defamation League
leaders expressed shock at
the bombing.
Amitay, 41, has long been
considered one of the most
effective spokesman for Is-
rael on Capitol Hill. A for-
mer State Department offi-
cial, he had been a legisla-
tive assistant to Rep. Rob-
ert W. Kastenmeir (D-Wis.)
and Sen. Abraham Ribicoff
(D-Conn.) before joining
AIPAC in December 1974.
Monday's incident recalls
the assassination of Col.
Yosef Alon, Israeli air and
naval attache in Washing-
ton, who was shot outside
his Bethesda, Md. home in
July, 1973. No one has ever
been arrested in that case.

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