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March 12, 1976 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-12

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6 Friday, March 12, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

8 Across

by Iry Brechner

ACROSS

2. very famous violinist
(2 wds)
6. one of the 10 plagues
8. a very bad shlecht child
9. famous Jewish baseball
player's initials. known as
"Hammerin . Hank .
10. male bridal party member
or synagogue official
maintaining order
12. initials of Czech-born
German novelist who
wrote •'The
13. Potok novel "My Name
is Asher
14.initials of famous
Jewish writer, author of
"The Man" and "The Prize"
17. the land of milk and
19. Yugoslav social-cultural
anthropologist, init.
20. means "by
21. Yiddish for '*mistress
of the horn" .
25. abbreviation for book
in which departure from
Egypt occurs
26. "We - slaves in Egypt ...
27.
I Were a Rich Man -

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DOWN

1. festival of the harvest
'2. means "son of
3. when prospective bridegroom
is called to the Torah
before wedding
4. Hebrew month
5. the Shofar is the horn of
which animal
7. famous artist Saul
11. Sinai critical town
Arish
15. Jewish part owner of the
N.Y. Jets Sonny
16. Hebrew for "book"
18. burns eternal light
19. cast ballot to elect
Knesset
21. in Hebrew, the word
is "hayah"
22. weapon in Passover song
23. Social Work (abbr)
24. in Hebrew it's "hoo"

Solution on Page 8

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Arafat Denounces 'Peace Offering'

WASHINGTON - Re- tortidn" containing "no
ports were recently pub- truth whatsoever."
lished of a so-called "peace
The Arafat scheme sup-
offer" made by Palestine posedly called upon Israel to
Liberation Organization hand over the West Bank
leader Yassir Arafat during and Gaza Strip to the UN.
a meeting in Beirut with vis-‘, Afterwards, the PLO would
iting Senator Adlai E. Ste- recognize Israel's right to
venson, III. (D-I11.).
exist.
But only hours after the
senator told newsmen of the U.S. Journalists
plan, according to Near East
Report, the PLO labeled on Israel Tour
Stevenson's version of the NEW YORK - Thirty-
discussion "a deliberate dis- four American writers,
journalists, columnists, ra-
dio-TV news directors, com-
mentators, and program
producers left Sunday on a
10-day visit to Israel to gain
a first-hand picture of the
THE LOST ART x mood of Israel's leaders and
its population so as to
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"assess the potentials of
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(to 5:30 Sat.)
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Zionist Federation, sponsor
Credit cards
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House OKs Lower Foreign Aid;
No Funding for Interim Quarter

WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The House voted 229-139
last Friday for a $5.3 billion
foreign aid appropriations
bill which represents a sub-
stantial reduction from its
earlier authorization mea-
sure. The House bill also eli-
minated funding for the
transitional quarter be-
tween the end of fiscal 1976
on June 30 and the begin-
ning of fiscal 1977 Oct. 1,
thereby complying with the
wishes of the Ford Adminis-
tration.
The House action was
expected. Whether the tran-
sitional quarter funding
-authorized by both the
House and Senate earlier at
a level of 25 percent of this
year's foreign aid totals -
is revived depends largely on
the action of the Senate
Appropriations subcommit-
tee on foreign aid.
Under the authorization
measure, Israel was ear-
marked for an additional
$556 million. The House
appropriations bill assigns
Israel $1.5 billion in mili-
tary credits, up to half of
which may be forgiven by
the President, and $700
million in economic sup-
port assistance, $55 mil-
lion less than the House
had authorized.
The House unexpectedly
approved, by a vote of
229-139 an amendment by
Rep. Bill Alexander (D-
Ark.) that would terminate
aid to countries that are one
year in arrears in payment
of an undisputed debt to the
United States. Alexander
told the House that Israel is
"current" and not among
the 71 countries that would
be affected by his amend-
ment.
However,- on the basis of
information received from
the House committee lead-
ership, Israel is on the list of
debtor countries prepared
by the U.S. Agency for In-
ternational Development as
of June, 1975. The informa-
tion, passed to Alexander,
was taken to mean that Is-
rael owes nothing in mili-
tary purchase credits but
may be indebted on other

Israelis Develop
Hashish Detector

JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Several foreign police forces
have expressed interest in a
hashish detection device de-
veloped by two scientists at
Ben Gurion University in
Beersheba, Prof. Avinoam
Livneh and Avital Schorr.
The device,_ already used
by the Israeli police force,
consists of a plastic "dip tes-
ter" with a small chemical-
ly-impregnated sponge at
its end. The sensitive chemi-
cal compound reacts imme-
diately to any traces - of
hashish in body liquids such
as saliva, urine or blood.

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obligations. A Congres-
sional source said the Alex-
ander Amendment would be
killed in a Senate-House
confel'ence.
A move by Rep. David
Obey (D-Wisc.) to cut $200
million from the $2.2 billion
finally adopted for Israel
was defeated by a vote of
342-33. Obey claimed the
bill as it stood would "not in
any way increase the likeli-
hood of peace in the Middle
East and will in fact dimin-
ish it." He was supported by
Rep. Clement Zablocki (D-
Wisc.) who may be chair-
man of the House Interna-
tional Relations Committee
in the- next Congress.
Rep. Otto Passman (D-
La.) who presented the
appropriations bill to the
House, noted that it con-
tains $15 million to assist
Israel to resettle refugees
from the Soviet Union.
Last _year Congress allo-
cated $50 million for the
purpose.
Allocations to Egypt were
cut by $55 million, bringing
its aid ticket to $695 million.

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Syria was assigned $80 mil-
lion, $10 million less than _
the Administration had re-
quested. Jordan's economic
aid was reduced to $72.5
million, a $5 million cut.
However, Jordan was ear-
marked for the full-amount
of $75 million in military
credits.

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