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August 05, 1977 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-05

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20 Friday, August 5, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FREDDY SHEYER

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Three Israeli Civilian Pilots
Killed in Ivory Coast Crash

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The
mander of Israel's armored
death of three 'Israeli civil-
corps, .and was only recent-
ian flyers in a plane crash
ly discharged from the
in the sea near Abidjan.
army.
Ivory Coast, July 25. was
Bar-Erez was the chief
confirmed in Israel. They
pilot of Arkia.. Israel's do-
were identified in reports
mestic air line. He was in
HARRY ABRAM
from London and Brussels
the news last November
as Yitzhak Peled and Ef-
when he successfully land-
SELLS MORE
raim Bar-Erez, both pilots,
ed a disabled plane with
Because He Gives
and Shimon Harouzi, a three • other Israelis aboard
flight engineer. --•
in the sea off Nice on the
They were ferrying an ex- French Riviera. Harouzi
OD i n s c;outor r it Trade
ecutive jet from Lagos, Ni- was also employed by
geria, to London when ac- Arkia.
Service
cording to the reports, they
Arrangements are being
ran into bad weather- and made to have the bodies re-
were granted permission to turned to Israel for burial.
.- Harry Abram
Fleet
land at Abidjan.
onager
The jet circled over the Zionists Seek
sea to make its approach
British Profs
but hit the water and was
LONDON (JTA)—A cam-
destroyed. There were no
survivors. Abidjan radio re- paign to involve Jewish aca-
ported the crash but did not . demic staffs at British uni-
indicate that the victims versities more deeply with
Israel will be launched in
were Israelis.
35300 GRAND RIVElt FARMINGTON HILLS
Peled, 27, was the son of September. shorly before
478-0500
Gen. Moshe Pelee', corn- the start of the next aca-

demic year.

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Eric Moonman, MP,
chairman of the Zionist Fed-
eration, said the project
would be sponsored by sev-
eral Jewish and -pro-Israeli
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organizations and would
parallel the educational
work already carried out
among students. -
There were Jews on the
• staffs of every one of Brit-
• ain's .43 universities, but
• they had not yet been ade-
• quately mobilized on Is-
• rael's behalf. Moonman
• said.

Moonman wants the proj-
ect to resemble the Ameri-
• can Professors for Peace in
• the Middle East in the
• United States. He himself
will visit the U.S. this
• month and hopes to discuss
• the project with the _chair-
• man of the Professors for
• Peace
(starting Mon., Aug. 8)
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JERUSALEM (JTA)—
The pound was devalued
this week for the third time
in a month and now stands
at IL 9.83 to $1. The latest
devaluation brought to six
percent the total depreci-
ation of the pound. during
the four-month period that
ended July 31. The law
allows automatic devalua-
tions by the Treasury of up
to eight percent in any four-
month period without re-
course to the - Cabinet.
The Cabinet approved an
IL 123.96 billion budget for
the current fiscal year
which assumes a rise in the
consumer price index of 28
percent. Mini-devaluations
for the full year will
amount to 20 percent and
the rate of the pound to the
dollar is expected to stand
at IL 11-$1 by the end of the
fiscal period; March 1978.
The budget also envisions
a gradual increase in the
prices , of government sub-
sidized goods and services
such as bread, milk and
public transportation.

What was their crime?
Only that they were born ...
That is why the Portuguese
burnt them
—Voltaire

.

Senate Postpones Its Debate
on. Genocide Pact Ratification

WASHINGTON (JTA)
Efforts to secure Senate ap-
proval for United States
ratification of the -inter-
national genocide treaty
have failed again, as Sena-
tors supporting the 28-year-
. old treaty agreed to post-
pone a debate on the issue,
conceding they do not have
enough votes to overcome
the opposition.
The treaty, adopted by
the United States in 1948,
outlaws genocide, which it:
defines as acts "intended to
destroy, in whole or in part,
a national, ethnical, racial
or religious group" by kill-
ing or otherwise abusing its
members.
The U.S. was a leading
supporter of the treaty,
drafted in the aftermath of
the Holocaust, but remains
one of the few 'major coun-
tries still to ratify it. Being
an international treaty, the
President cannot sign it



without a resolution of con-
sent and approval from the
Senate.

Although President Car-
ter has gone on record as
supporting U.S. ratification
of the treaty, opponents
have successfully lobbied
against it. Conservatives,
right wing-groups, and
some constitutional and in-
ternational_ law experts
have opposed ratification as-
serting that it could subject
Americans, possibly even
soldiers in combat, to extra-
dition and trial in foreign
countries, for alleged viola-
tions of the treaty.

Although its' upporters
generally concede it - is
mainly of symbol value,
they maintain it is morally
incumbent on the U.S. to
sign • it. They said they
would continue trying dur-
ing the Senate August
recess to line up the needed
votes for Senate approval.

Soviet Abuse of Psychiatry
Detailed in Martin Article

In a revealing article ap-
pearing in Current Con-
cepts in Psychiatry that has
been given widest circula-
tion among psychiatrists in
this country and in other
English-speaking countries,
Dr. Peter A. Martin, the im-
mediate past president of
the American Psychiatric
Association, shows how psy-
chiatry is - being abused in
Russia.
In his article, "On the So-
viet Abuse of Psychiatry,"
which he says came as an
outgrowth of a previous ar-
ticle on obnoxiousness, Dr.
Martin presents evidence
on how the Soviets intern
political dissidents in men-
tal hospitals since dis-
agreement with the offical
Soviet policy is considered
a sympton of some deeper
psychosis. In other words,
it is not normal behavior.

At the same time, accord-
ing to Dr. Martin, the So-
viets find that a dissident's
clear conscience or lack of

fear is another symptom of
mental illness, since it is
"irrational, unrealistic —or
psychotic" behavior in the
face of the consequences
that await them.

Dr. Martin enumerates re-
sponses in opposition -to the
abuse of psychiatry in the
USSR, and noted that there
is a movement to have the
topic placed on the agenda
of the World Psychiatric As-
sociation conference meet-
ing this month in Hawaii.

Ehrlich to Visit
West Germany

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Fi-
nance Minister Simha Ehrl-
ich will visit West Germany
this year, a first visit by a
Likud minister to that coun-
try.
This will be a return visit
to that of the German Fi-
nance Minister to Israel
under the previous govern-
ment.

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