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January 02, 1970 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-01-02

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Arsonist Bohan Found Mentally
Ordered Committed to Hospital

JERUSALEM (JTA)-Jerusalem
District Court decreed Tuesday
that Australian sheepherder Michel
William Denis Rohan was not
punishable under Israeli law for
burning the El Aksa mosque Aug.
21 because he suffered from a
mental illness.
The court ordered him commit-
ted to a mental hospital but did
not specify where. Rohan, who
entered Israel on a visitor's visa,
may be deported to Australia.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MOVIE GUIDE

The defense counsel, Itzhak
According to the court, his ill-
Tunik, said he would not appeal ness was responsible for an "ir-
NOIGH BORHOODI
the verdict, but Prosecuting Attor- resistible impulse" that was patho-
G re e n f
ney !Weir Shamgar said he might logical, and Rohan could not be AMERICANA :41 76

take it to the Israeli Supreme said to have exercised volition in
Court.
the accepted legal sense of the .
The president of the court term, that he could not therefore
which tried Rohan, Judge Henry be held responsible for his action
Eli Baker, announced the ver- at the time. The court said that
dict, which took two hours to Rohan's mental illness still exist-
read. He said there was no doubt ed and therefore he was confined
that the accused had committed to a mental institution at the plea-
the acts charged against him, sure of the minister of justice.
but he suffered from a mental
Rohan sat calmly through the
ailment diagnosed as paranoid reading of the verdict. He left the
schizophrenia, which caused him court accompanied by a police
"to live in a world of delusions.' guard without saying a word.

Bar-Ilan Students to Study Law
With Assist From a Computer

NEW YORK-A computer will

help simplify the training of law
students at the Bar-Ilan University
School of Law-a logical answer
to the teaching of Israel's compli-
cated legal systems.
New York attorney Albert Park-
er, recently elected chairman of
th e university's
board of over-
seers and chair-
man of the ad-
visory council
for the new law
school, said Is-
rael's legal sys-
tem is "a heri-
tage of the Otto-
man Empire and
its Turkish code
and the British
system which
followed." T h e
legal system also
includes Jewish
religious laws on
such matters as Parker
marriage and divorce.
Parker said the university and
law faculty hope to be able
eventually to feed into the com-
puter laws and precedents as

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cited the need for a "framework
that will bring closer harmony
between the Jewish and secular
laws."
The university, under religious
sponsorship, is the only university
in Israel with a charter from the
New York State Board of Regents.

Carr's 'October
Revolution' Cites
Deutscher Memory

A noted British diplomat, who

had served as editor of the London
Times, provides valuable data on
Russian history in "The October
Revolution - Before and After,"
published by Knopf.
E. H. Carr has incorporated 11

retrospective essays, much of the
material having been written since

tinguished historian. The defini-
tive essay on Rosa Luxemburg is
especially impressive, and the
review of the life of LeonTrot-
sky is skillful.

A great deal of the material

draws upon the writings of the late

Isaac Deutscher on Trotsky, Lenin
and other Russian leaders.
Appreciative of the productive
efforts of Deutscher, Carr has
appended to this volume an "In
Memoriam" to the late author in
which he states:
"Deutscher's Marxism gave him
a profound and continuous con-
sciousness of the historical process,

tion to reduce it to a study of the
psychological idiosyncrasies of the
actors. When Deutscher wrote bio
graphy, his theme was history seen
through the actions of individuals.
His two major biographies afford
vivid and unforgettable portraits
of Stalin and, more especially, of
Trotsky."

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(Continued from Page 32)
VINCE MANCE AT The Apart-
ment Lounge on W. McNichols,
west of Southfield, has a pleasant
style on the vocals and piano which
are most enjoyable when his
drummer doesn't get carried away

and beat the skins in solo style.
. . . The trio does a good job of
entertaining in this intimate lounge
which fellows have been using to
quip their first dates with "Lets go
the Apartment!"
* s *
HOUSEHOLD TIP • . . from
8-year-old son Scott . . . If kids
can't get their boots on, put a
cellophane or plastic bag on the
shoe first and then the boot over.
. . . Sounds so easy and Scott
showed us that it sure is!
JOEL NASH, favorite pianist of
so many folks, returns from Cali-
fornia to open Monday at O'Dino's
on W. Seven Mile Rd. and Tele-
graph.

CHICO HOLIDAY at the After-
glow Lounge on W. McNichols, just

west of Woodward, in his wide
repertoire of songs of many na-
tions, very seriously (or so it
seems), dedicates a tune to Nasser
and the Arab nations.... The first
two lines are "To dream the im-
possible dream • • . To fight the

unbeatable foe." . .. Its the great

hit tune, "The Impossible Dream"
from the Play, "Man of La Mau-
cha"
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Haifa Dock Dispute Halts
Citrus Loading for Export

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developed under the various
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Israel's legal system is still

and saved him from any tempta-

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TEL AVIV (JTA)-A new labor
dispute with Haifa dockworkers
has halted all loading of citrus for
export and has imperiled the cur-
rent citrus export schedule, offi-
cials reported.
The conflict developed when
new citrus loading crews were in-
troduced by the port authority
over opposition of the regular
dockworkers.
The officials said that all loading
to ships was halted and that the
port was now filled to capacity
with crates of fruit awaiting ship-
ment. They added that the port
itself was in a virtual bottleneck
of all movement because of the
pileup of unloaded fruit. Gen. Ezer
Weizmann, the new transport
minister, took up the problem
immediately.
The Citrus Marketing Board said
it was considering an order for
total halting of all citrus picking
because all packaging houses in
Israel were filled, as were those
in Haifa and Ashdod. Groves in
western Galilee were empty of
workers because the regional pack-
ing house was jammed with fruits
awaiting movement to the ports.

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