rYing to Ma
PARIS .(4TA)7. -,..F42114 and *.ie,s.tt
retieWed 4tbek"-con-- '
5,000,000 toil of 'on- every year , tacts, apparently :in
order' ta try -1"1
which is of great ;- eismoroic im- -and work out an, -e
portance fort..gp9t1: -
TEL - AVIV
vidint:for- the retumptiori 3Of fuR
nufeb fuss; .hirjael4s:prOdizeing; the _ The Egyptian atfineries' ln -Suez ,diploinatle -and;economic .relatinn
oil irreedir of the Countiiiiisits ex=
Six Arab states broke off their
er * 4 destraYeli
petting- Oil.1( la still farfieria DO= lery
4er the -:
relations with Bonn in
inean oil power. on theteide of the Israel deStrnyer ',•Eilat";blovi the 1955 after Wed •Germain.- and
;rich* oil cormtries;"-Af-the:'''Ne# 01 prude-dad - by the Morgan field Israel, decided to exchange ambas-
:Eatt.Z. That we reniettffserithe- eve is transported • through the Red sadors
of Tom IiiPper; 11 yearsago; when See- to refineries hi Aden. - -Should •The-West
German chief of 'dipla,
the: &Mier Minister ',for .develoPj the Egyptians try to interfere with reatie . i,-naisaion - in Cairo, :: Hans
DOS JosePh; Siniired Israeli Israeli drilling Abu-Brides, or Wogier„ conferred t- recently - with
Journalists. -A botthreottaining•the attack- Israeli oil tankers, Israel the. director of the Egyptian
first olrfound in Israel. Since then; A/Mild: read strongly and interfere elan Ministry, - Malimoud, Bled.;
one SIT week: Trans.
much : dvillingT has, taken: place AT with Egyptian :Oil transportation Earlier, the - Arab- :Lear* --repro-
over the country,--hut it -,prodriced
',--- Toisaday:.2 to
only inedest ,_reaul
- ts.'.ffhe U- found . -.During:. their vialt,, the editors the-..Federal Foreign -.Ministry for
to la p.m:
in IsrhOUs--mtir, enbughr for .8 -spoke to. the titan JnrchargeOf It; 'Whet ''''both- sides - . deicribed as
per--cent ofthei:oiLneeds Of the raeli soil affairs. :Deputy -Finance - "Iditittlevel and important talks." - -
'.! til r eo"
j ; Tients
countrY, . and 9- per cent bad to be Minister Zeit .Dinsteln. He told
Oleic:vas in Sean believe -
them thit'aithotigh. the dialing in
imported 'from . abroad::
that the West German Chan-
Soon --after-: the Ed.O.Day:..War, IsnelLterritory. had .little success cellar, Willy Brandt, is dello-
when the Israeli .army occupied till now, the Israel government mined as resume relations with
the-Oalt:biek .Of . the:Stier Canal, has decided to hived further large. the - Arab states before the eat/
there' Came a turning petit of great sums for driMnit.--In1970,' 40,000,- . of the current year, if possible.
importance- to laraersatimomY,Atis 00A ponnds. (*AB were allocated
Brandt apparently is prompted
-City-at. Abu-Ruda, --WhiCh for, this -.purpose: Until now, sit
- is . ideated betweda= the* -town:" of deep drillings- were carried out. by two motives: to prove to Mos-
that- -West -Germany -is not
Suetand-the-Red See; more than
"aritomatically inimical" or
ZOO: experts are engaged indications that the oil Is there.
following the imperialist
S404: Up 5.5 Pct.
in :drilling. 111), oil wells, , among -
F L. - Cl!ellei
the 19- at _the Red Sea. They-pre: After 8 Months, France bloc,"- and to make West Ger-
288l Southfield R&
2 : -JERUSALEM '(JTA)
many's economy and political
duce _4,000,000 _Mac of oil, one
"Price :Control -Commission. has ap- and a:half milliOn more than the Leads Europe's United • weight felt in the Arab world. Ac-
proved - *creakier; -- in the- prices Egyptians : ifeed - to , produce here
cording to these observers, Brandt
of :a ,:aisriety-of - locally, produced before the-- Six-Day -.War. Abu- Israel--Appeal Drive -
feels that -the time is now ripe for
goods '. -froin - soft drinks to tele- Rudes::provides an -the oil needed
such a move.
totbillsal , to' ,beeosite flasacially
PARIS - (JTA) —Approximately
vision 'sets- in' which there is an by *rel.- produced• here
icalre; -4214PIeS/10 tateltGaL .Tlds
imPort fader. - - •
Stli has so tam* butis thinefally
amounts to $110,009,000 iind 'Israel France for the United Israel Ap- Miami 'Beach Official
Television lets go ina;by 5.5 per maker- a net profit- of 450,000,000. peal --campaign during the first
cent, washing; inathines by 6 per It mud pay .• part- of this to. .the enight month - of 1971—making this Says Drug Abuse High
cent and refrigerator's by - 8 per Italian company.- which worked country the first in the race be- Among Jewish Youth
here before the •Six-Day War.
tween European Jewish commu-
MIAMI BEACH (JTA) — A city
PrevietrilY,Alie eerieridee had
A Dakota - plane Of-the Israel nities- for increased aid to Israel. councilman wh, is an official of
-approved - the' -:peibtleVidnalieat oil -company "letive Weft" took - us
This was-revealed here by sour- a program for rehabilitation of
prieel fiejsrailt.alsaibled ears, - from Tel Aviv to-Abu-Brides In an ces after:-a recent two-day.:neeting drug users has reported that the
and thi-rise there Is about le hour and 4e minutes:. We flew of the European Magbit directors "overwhelming percentage of drug
per and.- In' addlUlA several over Sinai-- and the chain -of high In Amsterdam. • - •
users we have encountered- in
:materials used in .1ndkling are - mountains which cuts the desert.
The second place In the Euro- Miami Beach are Jewish."
Then - we sighted the . oil city with pean Magbit lace was taken by
gob* lay Is Prica ■ —
He told the Miami Beach Bnai
According :to. an estimate- by . its drilling- towers rising -out :of West Gertemsy-With - $2,500,000.
Broth lodge that the percentage
- comma= zwaseenus -- JANSON& IsraePs:Central Bureau of Statis- the sea and the gas flames -which
k Ite hoz o, dank bosamenfo, fasally
- Third Is Switieriand's cOnunn- corresponded "almost exactly" to
tics," prices at the end of 1971 will arise from the oil wells..
toms. Mrso.odialatam S2240M.
nity .- with $411110,8110.
the ratio of Jewish students to non- -
be 11.per cent higher than at the
Is * *
- AMUSING. Ripest - home 'repair spee-'
Belgium is fourth, with $1,120,- Jewish students in the area.
- ng.of the Year, and aii addi-
tad. itarboWs dbpasala
red and beginid
Some of us remembered the 000, -' Sweden with $440,000, Aus-
An - officer of Operatiim Re-
tional:rise of 10-per cent is fore- ruins of the of installations and
tria with $250,000 and Finland with Entry, Harold Rosen, added that
cast for next year. • '
tanks after the Six-Day War. Mow $60,000-tall oft-them for the -first -'with the rapid movement by
JULIA'S - kiss "AovitiO
Since the devaluation, there has everything has heel rebuilt and
Jews - into the mainstream ' of
Local -ad L. Dco. STONAUS been an average price . rise of modernized. A new settlement has eight monfitt-iff the year.
The results for the Magbit in American living, differences in -
Per- cent. Such an Increase in arisen. Dozens of specialists and
statistics, such as drug usage,
the cost of living is .unprecedented laborers employed in -oil drilling
SOU Noitheed-Fersolala .
since Israel's •galloping inflation have brought their families (in- also present at the Amsterdam have virtually disappeared," ac-
in the early 1950s when mass im- cluding many children) from all conference, have not yet been re- cording to 1117. Jewish Floridian.
"Indeed, the percentage of drug
' = 20 yeies - -experience- migration from North Africa re- over the country to the desert. leased.
Plans for the 1971-72 Magbit addicts among upper middle class
sulted in a shortage of goods:
There are even some babies—sa-
European countries families, in which category many
,..The effect of the devaluation on- bras-- -who were born in this place. campaign -
also were discussed at the con- Jewish families fall, is particular-
pridelnet yet reached
- The-editors were- invited hito ference.
ly high," he declared.
Occording to the
Leeld i •pliatiedeer Itieber
bureau's- report and is expected the most modern furnished House
. Hit Toe eritiaMeetiel Sideibe *, to gather _force for another three
of the oil company, Mordehai
Or four months.-
534-5100-or Res. i6765070
Friedman. told them that the 500
men employed by the company
ron..BITTER wan-washing, call James
Removing Rancor - were doubtful at first whether they
Romeli. :One day!. service. TO wawa.
•By:-.4011L :ZEN-ABRAHAM -: would be able to: remain in this
place, owing to the harsh climactic
1 -SERMARIAM •
vAnersters -eaterrer. interior. lee mitt-
mate. MOM 355.
Conditions. But they soon -got Used
- I have , *en made It- my -prac- to it and began to -like ,It. They
everything in order to :increase
'thiNisla .-Arn::abilaraion:. soiree . mitt 1: tat t -relltliatutaerVice). one by one, the oil output to 20,000,000: tons
.,• Goom, .-•;
,11. es:4=3-;... yrr
instead of the present
to ask-,:m.Yetalf•-whether in truth
:inreal'everYoae. :Whether indeed 6,000,000.: Many of them have- al-
' , to
'n1 F:':1**eftterier...ofille commimd to :ready brought -their famike
leveler/elk* was -. .fiermine: With AbiAindel. The place is develops
ir rli ces -: .Soan.TV.0
Military Kosher Kitche
' n Specially
Obi itikilitadTtionnatte some wrong and kindergarten.'
.The.-Antitors -impacted the =pipe
UMadkMy.-Inte to forgive ldm
,tiutt;VerY:'.-instint,, niadertildng hastalsliens which . transport -the
to .10WrzlthiCtAavertheleia.,::thrt,if oil-to Eclat and train there to the_
my eaat-sefused to allow me to refineriel :in Haifa and Ashkelon.
kuiebema;:entss:tosee-my... They Oven 'met ii.4eivida oil - ape-
tew:tisc,ssr: goat goodnesses . yen= dastan engineerfrinti the Polish
4ad removed town of Drebrobye: -; -
tie:chilling goes on for 24 hours
(Plated - in
a daY,ander_the eyes of the EgYP ,
tisuka,Atho are-difillig-esrlistother "
siday- or the canal in an ol1211eld
teViiii the *Aid
called-Moran. There Is some kind
:-. -A:zeidickeuve=vried from the of
a:Silent agmement be" tween
depth- -01'• his-- heart; - "Would"-- I
and Egypt not to interfere with
could love the-.best of :Men - as
of the other side. This agree-,
m1erIy' ". asGod lees the worst."
merit Was adhered to even during
• • the;fightbag on the canal and the
,wat:01.4ittrition. Both sides are in-
linrray Iftedimaner, Jewish .chaplain at Camp Draw N.Y.,
receives-staple hasher feeds from the National Jewish- Welfare Beard.
Here, he handles .semebet potatoes being baked in the kosher kitcheis
meet the dietary needs of a number of reservists and
Plathesal-"GenteX4'ithe --do their summer- training at the post- -