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April 20, 1973 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

'Libya Pilot Heard Warning'

First Air-Conditioned Israel Town: Ophir

JERUSALEM—The captain of the airliner downed
by Israeli jets Feb. 21 in the Sinai Peninsula heafd
the warning shots fired by the interceptors and
planned to land, "but at the last moment he changed
his mind" and tried to escape back to Egypt, said
the copilot Sunday.
The copilot, El Kidifi el Mahadi, said the crew
had lost its way when the plane accidentally intruded
into Israeli-held air space.
"It was a very serious mistake" not to obey the
Israeli signals to land, he told newsmen a few hours
before he boarded an Israeli El Al airliner for Athens.
His version appeared to tally with Israel's claim
that the interceptors warned the jetliner's crew to
land, and fired when it refused.

SHARM EL-SHEIKII
(ZINS) — The first fully-air-
conditioned town in Israel
will be the new city at Sharm
el-Sheikh, the Israel press
reports.
Every dwelling erected
will be equipped with an air-
conditioning system.
The government has al-
ready invested $10,000,000 in

the preliminary stages of
building and the first homes
are expected to be ready by
this summer. The name
chosen for this new city is
Ophir, after a city from the
days of King Solomon.

OFFICIAL

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JERUSALEM (JTA)—The
The ministry said that 15
fl
five winners of the Is- of this year's 17 prizes are
ra,
Prize, Israel's most
in the categories of the arts
prestigious award, were an-
and sciences.
nounced by the ministry of
education and culture. The
names of 12 other winners
were announced several
weeks ago.
The new recipients are Dr.
Pinhas Rosen, in the field of
law; Prof. Shmuel N. Risen-
stadt social sciences; Prof.
Richard S t e i n, medicine;
Shaul Avigur, special contri-
butions to the advancement
of the state; and the Yad
Vashem's registry of corn-
munities, for research work
on the Holocaust.

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