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March 16, 1973 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-16

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ICAO Fact-Finders to Visit Israel, Libya, Egypt in Crash Probe

• JERUSALEM (JTA) The
International Civil Aviation
Organization (ICAO) has in-
formed the Israeli govern-
ment that it wishes to send
a "fact-fiaing" team to Is-
rael, Libya and Egypt to in-
vestigate the Feb. 21 Libyan
airliner disaster.
The ICAO move followed
a decision by the organiza-
tion's executive in Montreal
last week calling for an in-
vestigation.
Israel has replied in ac-
cordance with a cabinet de-
cision to render every assist-
ance to the team, officials
said here. They appeared
satisfied with reports that the
ICAO Council has taken no
precipitate action against Is-

rael over. the incident. The
Arab states were expected to
press for stronger action
against Israel.
The ICAO, at its 19th ses-
sion at the United Nations,

adopted an Egyptian resolu-
tion condemning Israel for
shooting down the Libyan
plane and calling on the sec-
retary general for an immed-
iate investigation.

The steward of the Libyan
airliner, Jean Pierre Burdiat,
died Sunday at Paris' Cochin
Hospital as a result of
wounds suffered in the crash.
His death brings to 108 the
number of the plane's vic-
Two other survivors were
tims.
Burdiat was first thought discharged M a r c h 8 from
to suffer only from a broken Beersheba HOspital and were

Ilidrasha Institute Plans
Series on 'World of '70s'

"The World of the 1970s : institute before her death
a Jewish Perspective" will and the executors of the
be the focus of lectures by estate are continuing to pro-
three renowned scholars at vide the funds for this annual
the 17th annual Midrasha In- educational event.
stitute, starting March 27 at
George M. Zeltzer, chair-
taMed Auditorium of the man of the Midrasha board
UHS. The talks will start at of directors, and Edwin Shif-
8:15 p.m.
rin, institute chairman, in-
Dr. Moshe Davis, chair- vite the community. The in-
man of the Institute of Con- stitute planning committee
temporary Jewry at Hebrew includes Mrs. Henry Berris,
University and research pro- Max Chomsky, Gordon Gins-
fessor in American Jewish berg, Dr. David Gudes,
history at Jewish Theological Julius J. Harwood, Mrs. Ski-
Seminary, will open the ney Kaye, Louis LaMed, Jay
series with a discussion of Rosenshine, Sherwood Sand-
the dynamic quality of Jew- weiss, Mrs. Carl Schiller and
Julian S. Tobias.
ish life.
The second lecture, Anril
The Detroit chapter of the
4, will be devoted to "The American Jewish Committee
Conflict of Modernity and American-Israel Project is
Traditionalism" by Prof. cooperating with the Mid-
Irving Greenberg, chairman rasha in spOnsoring Dr.
of the department of Jewish Davis' lecture.

.

studies at City College, New Intermarriages Won't Be
York.
Stemmed by Prohibitions,
On April 10, Dr. David Says Dr. Moshe Davis

Sidorsky, professor of phil-
osophy at Columbia Univer-
sity, will discuss "The Fu-
ture of the Jewish Commu-
nity in America."
The Midrasha Institute is
officially designated as the
Mina and Theodore Bargman
Memorial Lectures. Mrs.
Bargman contributed gener-
ously to the support of the

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I leg. Doctors at Beersheba
Hospital later found, how-
ever, that he was suffering
from internal lesions. After
an operation carried out by
Israeli doctors he was flown
to Paris. He was b u r i e d
Thursday.
Another survivor died at
Beersheba Hospital. The vic-
tim was Ma hm o ud Abu
Baker, 33, a Libyan national
who was being treated for
severe burns and fractures.
He had only brief periods of
consciousness while at the
hospital but was able to
identify himself before he
died.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Prohibi-
tions and admonitions won't
stem the tide of intermar-
riages, Prof. Moshe Davis,
founder and head of the In-
stitute of Contemporary Jew-
ry at the Hebrew University,
declared here in an address
to a special seminar session
of the Bnai Brith Board of
Governors.
Prof. Davis listed intermar-
riage as one of the three
major problems of contem-
porary Jewry. The others, he
said, were the nature of Jew-
ish leadership and the rela-
tionship between Israel and
diaspora Jewry.

Prof. Davis said the issue
is not intermarriage but the
quality of contemporary Jew-
ish family life with the stress
on the family. According to
Prof. Davis, Jewish family
life can be maintained and
perpetuated even in mixed
families.

flown by helicopter to Kan-
tara on the Suez Canal where
they w ere transferred to
Egyptian territory under Red
Cross auspices.

They are Feisal Mahmoud,
an -Egyptian, and Fathi Ja-
baleh, a citizen of Libya .
Both were in high spirits as
they prepared to leave the
hospital.
They embraced members
of the medical s t a f f and
thanked them for the treat-
ment they received. Each
was given a fresh set of
clothing. They expressed ap-
preciation for the Israeli of-
fer of compensation.
Two Libyans and a Jordan-
ian remain at Beersheba
Hospital. Their condition is
still described as serious.
But the Libyan copilot of the
downed airliner was reported
very much improved at Ha-
dassah Hospital in' Jeru-
salem. He was moved from
an intensive care unit to a
regular ward.
Israel's offer still stands to
make ex •ratia (free will)
payments to the survivors
and the families of those who
died, despite statements by
Egypt and Libya rejecting
the offer, Justice Minister
Yaacov Shapiro said.



Shapiro, who heads the
ministerial committee on this
matter, said the payments
are being offered to individ-
uals, not to their govern-
ments.

Quiz Answers

He said his committee was
preparing ways to transmit
the payments. Israel is offer-
ing $30,000 to the families of
each of the dead and $10,000-
$30,000 to each of the sur-
vivors, depending on t h e
severity of injuries.

Answers to Quiz, Page 5.

1. Sodom near the Dead
Sea. -
2. The Eucalyptus tree.
3. The National Land Au-
thority within the govern-
ment for administration; and
the Land Development Au-
thority within the JNF° for re-
clamation and afforestation.
4. The Jezreel and Hula
valleys.
5. Yes. Israel's farmers
produce three-quarters of the
-country's food.
6. Bonds are essentially
interest-carrying loans made
to the state of Israel to help
defray the government's de-
velopment expenditures.
7. The enlarged Jewish
Agency for Israel reconsti-
tuted in 1971 represents Zion-
ists and non-Zionists: 50 per
cent of its governing bodies
representing the Zionist
organizations and the Jewish
people in Israel, 30 per cent
American Jewry through the
UJA and 20 per cent Jewish
communities elsewhere
through the local appeal
organizations.
8. Education, youth, •aliya,
organization and information.
9. The next election in Is-
rael will be in the fall of
1973.
10. The Adolph Eichmann
trial.

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