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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-09

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Friday, October 9, 19111 35

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Israel Missile Boat Washes
Up on Saudi Shore, Probe Set

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
army board of inquiry to as-
certain why an Israeli mis-
sile boat ran aground on the
Saudi Arabian coast in the
Gulf of Akaba last month,
ordered by Defense Minis-
ter Ariel Sharon, has not yet
completed its investiga-
tions, army sources said
here Tuesday.
Although details of the
incident were made known
to Israeli military corres-
pondents some days ago, the
matter has been kept secret
till now, reportedly at the
request of the Saudis, who
did not want their passive
watch on the rescue opera-
tions to be used in anti-
Saudi propaganda by other
Arab states.
Officials here say the
American leakage of the
news may have been part of
the campaign to get 'the
AWACS deal passed
through the Senate, by
showing how "reasonable"
the Saudis really are.
But the officials say
that such "moderation"
is a two-way street, with
previous examples of
Saudi tacit approval of
rescue operations and
the favorable Israeli
treatment of a Saudi
Arabian Hercules air-
craft ordered to land
after it entered Israeli air
space with Saudi soldiers
aboard, and released the
following day without
question.
According to details of the
incident now released, the
Cherbourg - class missile
boat had left Haifa and
sailed through the Suez
Canal on a routine voyage
to Eilat. Last month, as it
was speeding north through
the Gulf of Eilat (Akaba), 50
sea miles south of its desti-
nation, the electric generat-
ing system failed, putting
the radar and gyro-compass
out of commission.
For some as yet un-
explained reason the boat
veered right through 90 de-
grees and headed at high
speed (about 27 knots) for
some minutes until it hit a
coral reef and then ran ag-
round with its bow on the
shore and its keel astride
and damaged by the coral. It
started taking on water.
The site of the grounding
was close to a position man-
ned by Saudi soldiers, who
summoned reinforcements,
but did not open fire. Israel
army headquarters and the
Defense Ministry im-
mediately sent word
through the U.S. Embassy
in Tel Aviv to the Saudi
government in Riad that
the mishap was caused by a
breakdown and was not hos-
tile in intent.
But the Israelis let the
Saudis know that all
measures would be taken

to ensure the safety of

boat and crew. Prime
Minister Menahem Begin
was awakened in the
early morning, minutes
after the incident became
known, to inform him of
what had happened and
of what was being done.
Routine special measures

were taken by all. branches
of the Israeli military forces
and Mosquito-type fast
boats and other missile
boats were sent to the scene,
together with barges and
rescue craft.
Heavy equipment, in-
cluding missiles and missile
launchers, were removed
from the grounded vessel to
lighten her, but special un-
derwater compressors oper-
ated by divers had to be
employed to break away the
coral reef to free the keel.
After 62 hours of non-stop
work the missile boat was
towed clear and pulled to
Eilat.

Immunizations
Due for Seniors

The Oakland County
Health Division will con-
duct an influenza immuni-
zation clinic from 1 to 3 p.m.
Oct. 20 at the Oak Park
Community Center.
A trivalent vaccine that
protests against A/Brazil.
A/Bangkok and B/
Singapore will be adminis-
tered. There is no charge.
For information, call the
Oak Park's Senior Citizens
office, 541-0900.

Bonstelle Tells
New Feature

The Bonstelle Theater
will present "No Place to Be
Somebody" by Charles Gor-
done 8:30 p.m. Oct. 16.
The play will run for two
weeks and can be seen at
8:30 p.m. Fridays and
Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sun-
days.
For ticket information,
call the Wayne State Uni-
versity Theater box office,
577-2960.

1982 Almanac
Is Published

DUBLIN, N.H. — The
1982 edition of the Old
Farmer's Almanac has been
published by Yankee,,Inc.
The Almanac, estab-
lished in 1792, boasts an 80
percent accuracy record for
its weather predictions. It
also contains many articles
on astrology, gardening,
human nature, games and
many other topics.
More than 3.5 million
copies of the 1982 Old
Farmer's Almanac will be
printed.

`Fiddler' Due

The Garden City Civic
Theater will present "Fid-
dler on the Roof' 8 p.m. Oct.

16, 17, 22, 23 and 24 and
2:30 p.m. Oct. 18 at the
O'Leary Auditorium, 6500

Middlebelt, Garden City.
Tickets will be available

at the door.

Brandeis Leader

WALTHAM, Mass. —
Carol S. Rabinovitz, a fellow
of Brandeis University and
1959 graduate of the uni-
versity, has been appointed
executive director of the
65,000 member Brandeis
National Women's Commit-
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