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May 09, 1975 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New Laser Scalpel Invented in Israel

NEW YORK — Two Is-
raeli scientists have devel-
oped a laser device to
"vaporize" diseased tonsils.
The instrument, using a
laser beam, completely re-
moves the tonsils without
bleeding.

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Aviv University Medical
School, and Uri Sharon, an
engineer, was the highlight
of the laser conference last
week sponsored by the New
York Academy of Sciences.

Dr. Kaplan said the laser
scalpel in effect welds shut
the blood vessels so that
there • is a minimum of
bleeding. He added that an
experienced surgeon can
"get the feel" of the device in
five or 10 minutes.

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Friday, May 9, 1975 17

Israel May Pay Damages to Johannesburg Victims

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—
A foreign ministry spokes-
man said that Israel may
pay voluntary damages to
the 32 persons who were
wounded by David Protter,
a mentally deranged em-
ploye of the Israeli Consu-
late General in Johannes-
burg, South Africa, last
week. The spokesman said
the matter was -under dis-
cussion between Israeli and
South African authorities,
but that no decision had
been reached yet on
whether Israel would make
the payments or in what
amounts.
Well placed sources here
said, however, that the gov-
ernment was expected to be
"forthcoming" with ex-gra-
tia payments to the injured
parties and would be influ-
enced by the humanitarian
and political aspects of the
tragedy rather than by nar-
row legal considerations.
Protter, a 24-year-old
South African Jew who was
discharged from the Israeli
army three years ago for
psychiatric reasons, seized
the consulate offices where
he had been employed as an
assistant security guard and
held more than 20 fellow
employes and their families
hostage for 19 hours. At one
point he fired a submachi-
negun into the streets fell-
ing 32 persons. He also mur-
dered the consulate's
security officer, Giora Ra-
viv.

Legal experts here said
dafnage suits filed against
the Israeli government
might not succeed because

it could be claimed tlfat
Protter was not acting in
line of duty and Israel
was, therefore, not respon-
sible for his actions. Offi-
cials here noted with evi-
dent satisfaction that
Jerusalem's relations with
the South African govern-
ment in Pretoria had not
been adversely affected by
the tragic affair and that
the discussions of it were
proceeding without ran-
cor.

Meanwhile, Foreign Min-
ister Yigal Allon has cabled
the Israeli Ambassador in
South Africa, Yitzhak
Unna, his "deepest appre-
ciation for the fitting way in
which you fulfilled your
duty as Israeli ambassador
in that difficult and testing
time." Unna was instru-
mental in getting Protter to
release his hostages and
surrender to police.
Premier Yitzhak Rabin's
special adviser, Gen. (Res.)
Rehavam Zeevi who was
sent to South Africa to in-
vestigate the incident, re-
ported his findings to the
cabinet. He related how
Protter came to be hired by
the consulate and how he

42,864 Left Israel

JERUSALEM (ZINA) —
In the first 3 months of the
year, 42,864 Israelis left the
country while 39,587 re-
turned, according to the gov-
ernment's Central Statisti-
cal Bureau. Last year, for
the same 3 months, there
were 37,728 departures and
31,056 returnees.

managed to seize the offices.
The cabinet met as a minis-
terial security committee
and no details of Zeevi's re-
port were made public be-
yond a statement that Ra-
bin had summed up the
lessons learned and that
they would be applied.

day at Ben-Gurion Airport
brought with it the coffin of
one of the victims of the
Johannesburg Consulate
tragedy — security officer
Ravid. Because he was killed
in the line of duty he was
given military honors.
ors.

Israeli officials reported
that an arms cache found
in the consulate consisted
of licensed weapons plus
what Protter had managed
to smuggle into the prem-
ises. As a security guard
whose duty was to search
visitors to the consulate,
Protter was permitted to
carry weapons.

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