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March 24, 1972 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-24

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Israeli Abie Nathan's Peace Plane Goes Up in Smoke

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEW YORK(JTA)—` `A bloody
shame," Israeli peace pilot Able
Nathan said when he learned that
the plane he piloted to Egypt on a

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one-man peace mission shortly
after' the Six-Day War was de-
stroyed by fire last Friday night
while on display in a Ramat Gan
park.

Nathan spoke to the JTA from
his ship, "Peace" which he hopes
to sail to the Middle East in June
to beam peace broadcasts to Israel
and the Arab states. The "Peace"
is docked on the west shore of the
Hudson River opposite Manhattan.

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Isrneli police took two 16-Year-
old boys into custody for setting
fire to Nathan's plane, named
Shalom L They indicated that
the fire was an act of vandalism
by a group of youths who were
having a "good time" at the
park and decided to start a bon-
fire. - -
Nathan flew the plane to Egypt
in July 1967 landing at Port Said
on the second of his one-man
peace missions. He flew his _first
peace mission to Egypt in a dif-
ferent plane in February 1968. In
both instances he was released by
Egyptian authorities and allowed
to leave the country with the air-
craft "They even refueled it,"
Nathan told the JTA.

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defining Passover, its beginnings,
symbolisms, observances and regu-
lations in all their details.
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the holiday which began as a
"nature festival" has acquired
more meaning.
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NEW • YORK—A first step in im-
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ganized Jewish community of
North America was taken with
the appointment of Prof. Leon A.
Jick of Brandeis University as
director of the newly established
Institute for Jewish Life.
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of directors meeting at the Wal-
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