Israeli warplanes rocketed Palestinian bases in the hills southeast of Beirut Tuesday, killing two guerrillas in apparent retaliation for a guerrilla attempt to infiltrate northern Israel last week.

Six warplanes carried out at least three low-level bombing runs, firing rockets at Palestinian bases around the towns of Shemlan and Ainab in a Druze-controlled area about 7 miles southeast of Beirut, police said.Palestinian sources said two guerrillas were killed, but police could not confirm reports by two local radio stations that eight children were wounded when one of the rockets hit an elementary school in the area.