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44 Friday, August 15, 1980

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With Confide ,e
Bologna Bomb Blast 'Apology 'Cooking
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cident" since the bomb's.
real destination was a
-"Zionist school."
The phone call was made
by a man who spoke in "a
foreign accent," according
to Italian press reports,
stating that he was a PFLP
spokesman, the terrorist
organization headed by
George Habash which also
claimed ownership of the
two ground-to-air missiles
confiscated in Italy over a
year ago.
"We wish to offer our
apologies to the Italian
people," the alleged Pales-
tinian terrorist organiza-
tion spokesman said, "for
what happened at the sta-
tion of Bologna. The explo-
sion was an error on the part
of our transport agent. The
bomb was meant for a
Zionist school."
Palestine Liberation
Organization representa-
tives in Rome, questioned
by reporters for the Ita-
lian press, flatly denied
the authenticity of the
phone call, denying the
possibility that any
Palestinian organization
was involved in the
Bologna attack.
"This is a sinister plot by
Israeli-Zionist circles and
their fascist friends," said
the PLO spokesman regard-,
ing the phone call. Bologna,
he said, has always been one
of the staunchest supporters
of the Palestinian cause and
was named a twin city of a
Palestinian refugee camp.
The Italian government
has steadfastly pursued the
movement of known neo-
fascist, neo-Nazi circles in
an attempt to speedily ar-
rest those responsible for
the Bologna massacre. A
neo-Nazi by the name of
Marco Affatigato was ar-
rested Friday in Nice by the
French police, as a suspect.
Italian police . have not

ROME (JTA) — The Ita-
lian Jewish community is
- seriously concerned over an
anonymous phone call that
was purportedly made to an
Italian news agency by a
PFLP (Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine)
spokesman. He claimed
that the bomb blast which
caused a massacre in the
Bologna railroad station
last week was due to an "ac-

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taken the phone call seri-
ously since it is generally
believed that the Bologna
massacre was the work of
the same neo-Nazi elements
already identified as re-
sponsible for several train
blasts in the past as well as
the 1969 bomb blast mas-
sacre in a Milan bank.

Iraqi Reactor
May Spur M.E.
Nuclear Build-Up

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The dQlivery of a nuclear
reactor ,f,co Iraq will speed up
the introduction of nuclear
weapon:s into the Middle
East, Cbief of Staff Gen.
Rafael Eittan warned last
week-end.
Interviewed 'Lon Radio Is-
rael, Eitan said'ae super-
powers should seriously
consider the situatiorsi-rice
Iraq is not a country", Which
behaves rationally. NI,uclear
weapons and materiervvith
which to build them in the
hands of Iraq "presents a
threat to our existence and
Israel must take that into
consideration at every
stage," Eitan said.
Last week Francis Perrin,
one of France's leading nu-
clear scientists, warned
that Iraq could have the nu-
clear bomb within a few
years. He said that the
quantity of uranium
supplied by France along
with the assistance in tech-
nicians, equipment and
training facilities should
enable Iraq to have a nu-
clear striking force of its
own by the mid-1980s.
France late last month of-
ficially announced its plans
for uranium deliveries to
Iraq despite claims that
Baghdad is in the process of
manufacturing atomic
weapons.

Nissim Named
Justice Minister

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Cabinet approved the
appointment of Minister-
With-out-Portfolio Moshe
Nissim of the Liberal Party
wing of Likud as Justice
Minister in place of Shmuel
Tamir of the Democratic
Movement who resigned
two weeks ago.
Tamir, who remains in
the Knesset, quit his post
after a number of DM mem-
bers of Knesset resigned,
leaving only three DM
Knesset members, namely
Deputy Premier Yigael
Yadin, the leader of the DM,
Binyamin Halevy, and
Tamir.
Meanwhile, Premier
Menahem Begin approved
in principal a request by Fi-
nance Minister Yigal
Hurtwitz to appoint Likud
Knesset member Yigal
Cohen-Orgad as Deputy Fi-
nance Minister. However,
Begin said he wanted to
consult with other govern-
ment coalition partners be-
fore bringing the matter to
the Cabinet for approval.

Activity and sadness are
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lished a cookbook, "Cooking
With Confidence," which
the author has subtitled, "a
collection of gourmet re-
cipes as simple as one, two,
three."
Published locally by
Harlo Press, the paperback
cookbook contains recipes
for appetizers and dips,
soups and sandwiched,
salads, breads, rolls, maf-
fins, vegetables, meats and
sauces, fish and seabods,
poultry, desserts, cake; and
frostings.
Kosher cooks should be
advised that there are many
recipes that contzin ingre-
dients prohibited by kas-
hrut and substitutions
should be ',lade where
applicable.
The co)kbook contains
a simAfied measures
char., and a metric equiv-
alent chart. Recpies are
libeled "one," for most
simple; "two," more sim-
ple; and "three,"-simple.
Following are sample re-
cipes:

CINNAMON-NUT
MUFFINS
(1)
1 cup sugar
2 cups flour
3 tsps. cinnamon
1 /4 tsp. salt
2 tsps. baking powder
1 cup milk
1 /2 cup oil
2 large eggs, beaten
1 cup chopped walnuts or pe-
cans
Preheat oven to 400 de-
grees. Combine dry ingre-
dients and sift together. Mix all
liquids and combine with dry
ingredients. Stir until well
blended. Fold in nuts and bake
in greased muffin tin for 20
minutes. Yield: 16 muffins _

1 small onion, chopped
3 tbsps. butte or margarine
11/2 cups half and half
salt and peoper
cup grated Parmesan
1 /3
cheese
1 tbsp. melted butter or mar-
garice
In a large skillet, saute onion \
in butter. Add half and half and
heat almost to boiling. Stir in
t
hash brown potatoes.
until mixture thickens sk
Season with salt and pepper.
Pour into a greased baking
dish and sprinkle with Parme-
san cheese. Drizzle melted -/
butter over and bake in 325
degree oven for 1 hour, or until
brown. Serves 4.

POLYNESIAN CHICKEN
(2)
3 pound frying chicken, cut up
4 tbsp. oil
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup vinegar
1 /2 tsp. salt
1 /2 tsp. ginger
1 tsp. soy sauce
2 tbsp. cornstarch
1 green pepper, cut into thin
short strips
I can (81 /4 ounces) pineappl
chunks, unsweetened
1 can (11 ounces) mandarin
orange sections, drained
1 /2 cup halved or chopped
maraschino cherries
Heat oil in skillet over
medium heat. Brown chicken
well on both sides. Pour off
excess fat. Combine brown
sugar, vinegar, salt, ginger
and soy sauce. Pour over
chicken and simmer 40 min-
utes, covered. Remove chic-
ken. Blend cornstarch with 2
tablespoons pineapple liquid,
and stir into skillet. Add re-
maining pineapple and liquid,
drained orange sections,
green peppers and cherries.
Bring to a boil. Return chicken
to skillet. Stir. Cover and sim-
mer 10 minutes longer or until
chicken is tender and pepper
is cooked. Serve with rice.
Serves 4

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