22 Wounded in Tel Aviv Bombing; Jewish Death Toll Reaches 50
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22 Wounded in Tel Aviv Bombing; Jewish Death Toll Reaches 50

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The toll of Jews in disorders this month reached 50 today when Anshel Steingarden, one of the wounded in an attack at Ramat Hakovesh friday, died in Hadassah hospital. another victim, Pessia Shapiro, was believed near death. Yesterday Shlomo Shvili, 28, one of the Jewish workers wounded in an attack near the Dead Sea on Thursday, died.

Twenty-two Jews were wounded, seven of them seriously enough to require removal to the hospital, when a bomb exploded yesterday in an automobile near the fashionable beach-side San Remo Hotel in Tel Aviv as thousands thronged the promenade. The car was completely destroyed by the blast.

Another bomb exploded near the Mea Shearim quarter of Jerusalem, but caused no casualties. terrorists again invaded the jerusalem-Jaffa road, which had been considered for a month to be clear of attacks. a band of six disarmed two auxiliary police guarding traffic at mount Kastel and stole their horses.

Two Arabs were found dead of gunshot wounds on a highway near Nazareth. one corpse bore the label; “number one. this is the fate of spies and traitors.” Trucks from shave zion en route to Daharia were heavily fired upon, and Haim Lindberg, 48, was slightly injure

Mass arrests of suspected Arab terrorists which started Thursday in the Nablus-Jenin-I Tulkarem “terror triangle” spread today to Haifa, where 260 were rounded up, placed on the police line-up and photographed. Zionist youth were scheduled to take possession of 1,200 dunams of Jewish National Fund land near Even Yehuda tomorrow to establish a new colony.

A Jewish bus en route from Haifa to Tiberias was fired upon near Nazareth. The driver Pikarski and a special policeman Bifoff were slightly injured. Arabs in the old city quarter of jerusalem launched a general strike protesting the numerous arrests in the Tulkarem vicinity, and also the demolition of houses in the arab village of Bakaa.

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