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July 23, 1993 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-07-23

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Searchers Find
One Brother

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The body
of one of two missing Israeli
brothers, who disappeared a
week ago on a hike in the
Judean wilderness, has been
found at the bottom of a
steep cliff.
It is believed that Ophir
Leibowitz, the elder of the
two brothers, slipped and fell
some 300 feet down the side
of a steep wadi. His brother
Nahshon presumably tried
to help Ophir using a first-
aid kit and then continued
on to seek outside help.
The elder brother's army-
issue rifle, which he had
taken with him on the hike,
was not found. The search
meanwhile continues for
Nahshon.
Hundreds of soldiers,
police and Nature Society
volunteers have been carry-
ing out extensive searches
since the brothers left their
Haifa home.
Their parents, Yisrael and
Tzipporah Leibowitz, said
Ophir, 21, was soon to com-
plete his army service.
A keen and experienced
hiker, Ophir said he was
taking Nahshon, 18, who
was just about to start his
army service, on a map-
reading and desert naviga-
tion exercise to prepare him
for the army.
A canvas bag containing
their maps and compasses
was found shortly after the
search began, showing
where they had been.
In the following days a
half-filled bottle of mineral
water was found and an
empty infusion bag, in-
dicating that one of them
had required medical treat-
ment.

E.C. Body
Sends Food Aid

Brussels (JTA) — The Euro-
pean Commission, the ex-
ecutive body of the European
Community, has decided to
provide some $3 million of
emergency food aid to Pales-
tinians in the Gaza Strip.
The commission announc-
ed that 6,000 tons of flour,
600 tons of rice and 600 tons
of sugar will be provided for
the 120,000 Palestinian
families living in the ter-
ritory. The food will be
delivered via the U.N. Relief
and Works Agency for Pales-
tinian refugees.
The aid is aimed at helping
the local population, which
is suffering from a de-
teriorating economic situa-
tion. E

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