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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-24

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riety of minerals Metallic
and non-metallic — than any
area of comparable. size in
the world.

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State Senate Condennfs Terror,

LANSING — The Michigan
State Senate has adopted a
resolution condemning Arab
terrorists who caused the
deaths of 21 children and
five civilian adults this week
in Maalot, Israel.
The resolution was intro-
duced by State Senators Dan-
iel Cooper (D-Oak Park) and
Jack Faxon (D-Detroit) and
co-sponsored by the other 35
mebers of the Senate.
The (two Senators said:
"People in this world must

recognize that if we don't
enforce law and order every-
where, we're the next vic-
tims. If this had occurred
in this country where a group
of bandits—crossed over into
the United States and slew
a group of children, there
would have ben such outrage
that we would have gone
after them," explained Sen-
ator Faxon.

Hope Held Out for Better
Franco-Israeli Relations

PARIS (JTA) — Political
circles in Paris believe that
France's new president
Valery Giscard d'Estaing,
will at the earliest, try to
improve Franco-Israeli rela-
tions in form if not in es-
sence. Circles- close to the
new president say that he is
determined to resume at the
earliest France's dialogue
The wall has ears — Tal- with Israel cut off by Paris
mud.
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GISCARD d'ESTAING

conduct exchanges in a
friendly spirit in spite of the
basic political differences
which separate the two coun-
tries.
Giscard d'Estaing was
elected France's 20th presi-
dent after narrowly defeating
the candidate of the United
Left, Socialist Francois Mit-
terand. Though a member
of the Centrist Independent
Republican Party, Giscard
d'Estaing won with the sup-
port of the Gaullist bloc and
various nationalist groups.
Sources close to the new
president told the JTA that
he is determined to improve
the spirit of Franco-Israeli
relations and resume "a
friendly and courteous dia-
logue" between the two
countries.
These sources say that as
a first step the d'Estaing
government will renew the
invitation extended to Israel
Foreign Minister Abba Eban
to pay an official visit to
France. The new French
foreign minister will also
visit Israel in the near fu-
ture. Giscard d'Estaing also
intends to increase cultural
diplomatic and economic ex-
changes with Israel. Further-
more, these sources say that
in the coming months more
exchange visits between
French and Israeli ministers
are likely.
No French minister has
ever visited Israel, even in
the heyday of the Fourth Re-
public and the Sinai Cam-
paign. Eban was invited to
Paris last autumn but his
visit had to be postponed be-
cause of the Yom Kippur
War and then canceled be-
cause of President Pompi-
d'ou's death and the ensuing
French elections. The new
government according to
these sources, plans to renew
the invitation as one of its
first diplomatic acts.
These sources stress how-
ever that the improvement
in Franco-Israeli ties will not
be at the expense of France's
Arab policy. The new presi-
dent, who has served as min-
ister of finance for the last
11 years, has actively en-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

couraged Franco-Arab eco-
nomic exchanges and politi-
cal cooperation and is report-
edly convinced that this
policy has "paid off." He
believes, however, that in
spite of Franco-Israeli dif-
ferences the political climate
between the two countries
can be improved.

Service Academies
Commission 12 Jews

NEW YORK—Twelve Jew-
ish graduates from the Unit-
ed States service academies
will be commissioned as of-
ficers at graduation exer-
cises during May and Juhe,
it was announced by Rabbi
Emanuel Rackman, chair-
man of the commission on
Jewish chaplaincy of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board
of the commission on Jewish
chaplaincy of the National
Jewish Welfare Board
(JWB).
The 12 include five Jewish
graduates from the U.S. Air
Force Academy, Colo. four
from the U.S. Military Acad-
emy at West Point, N.Y. and
three from the U.S. Academy
at Annapolis.
Compimentary leather-cov-
ered Bibles will be presented
by JWB to the Jewish offi-
cers at the baccalaureate
services,
Graduation exercises at all
academies will be held on
June 5. The special baccal-
aureate services are sched-
uled for May 31 at the Mili-
tary Academy and June 2
at the Air Force and Naval
academies.

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Water-Tracing Due
for Iran Laboratory

REHOVOT, Israel — Meth-
ods for water-tracing with
stable isotopes — developed
by the geosciences group of
the Weizmann Institute's iso-
tope researck department —
will be used by scientists of
a hydrological laboratory
that has just been established
in Iran.
Prof. Joel Gat, the Walter
P. Reuther Professor of Re-
search in the Peaceful Use
of Atomic Energy at the in-
s t i t u t e, returned recently .
from a two-week visit in Iran
in this connection.

Tel Aviv U. Picks
1st Woman Dean

TEL AVIV — Prof. Rina
Shapira, recently appointed,
dean of students at Tel Aviv
University, is the first worn-
an ever to hold that post at
a university in Israel.
A member of the TAU
faculty since 1965, Prof. Sha-
pira was head of that univer-
sity's department of sociology
when she received her new
appointment. She'd been in
the earlier post since 1969.
Israeli-born, Prof Shapira
was educated in Israel until
she took :ier doctoral studies
at Columbia University in
New York, receiving her
PhD in 1965 in the sociology
of education. Her doctoral
dissertation was on "Attitude
Patterns Toward Israel
Among Jewish Adolescents
in New York."

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