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August 13, 1976 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

14 Friday, August 13, 1976

Portugal Premier Hopeful
for Lasting Tie With Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Portuguese Premier
Mario Soares this week
expressed his hope for the
continuation of the
friendly relations be-
tween Portugal and Is-
rael.
In a cable to Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin,
the PortugueSe premier
wrote: "I thank you for
your message of con-

gratulation on my assum-
ing the office of prime
minister of Portugal. I
look forward to the con-
tinuation of the friendly
ties which already exist
between our two states.
A week ago, Soares told
the Portuguese parlia-
ment that the relations
between Portugal and Is-
rael may be settled soon.
Israel has had a consul
general in Lisbon for
years, but Portugal never
had an envoy in Israel.
The Portuguese Minis-
ter of Agriculture is ex-
pected to visit Israel
within a few weeks ac-
cording to Davar, the Is-
rael daily. During the
visit, Portugal and Israel
are expected to sign an
agreement on agricul-
tural collaboration.
The lines are fallen unto
me in pleasant places; Yea, I
have a goodly heritage.

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Negev Desert Land Decision Angers Bedouins

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Hammad Abu Rabia, a
Bedouin, has asked Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin to
meet with the leaders of
the Bedouin tribes in the
Negev over the govern-
ment's decision to go
ahead with the settle-
ment of Bedouin claims of
ownership of nearly two
million dunams of land in
the northern Negev.
The meeting was de-
manded after Bedouin
leaders expressed anger
over the decision last
Wednesday by the

Terezin Camp
Memorial Due

LONDON — The In-
ternational Council of
Jews from Czechos-
lovakia said ,that a spe-
cial Jewish memorial will
be held Aug. 23 in tribute
to the victims of the Tere-
zin concentration camp.
An official memorial
was held in mid-June at
Terezin, according to the
ICJC, but it was dedi-
cated to the camp's liber-
ation by the Soviet army
31 years ago and the
founding of the Czech
Communist Party 55
years ago.
The ICJC said several
exhibits at that memorial
depicted the dangers of
nuclear weapons and
modern warfare, using
photographs of
Hiroshima and Vietnam,
but there was no mention
of Jewish suffering at the
concentration camp.

Ministerial Committee on
Israeli Arab Affairs,
headed by Rabin, to ac-
cept the recommendation
of an interministerial
committee that a com-
mittee be set up' to
negotiate a compromise
with the Bedouins and
that a supreme decisions
committee rule on claims
in cases whe -e com-
promise settlements
could not be reached.
The Bedouins claim
that the government de-
cision will deprive them
of most of the land they
now own in the Negev.
The issue has already

been tested in the courts
with the government
winning in all cases. The
decision by the ministe-.
rial committee would
provide the Bedouins
with more compensation
than they have received
from the courts.

,

The meeting last Wed-
nesday of the Ministerial
Committee on Israeli Arab
Affairs was its first since
the Cabinet decided on
May 23 to establish the
committee in the wake of
the March 30 disturbances
by Israeli Arabs in the
Galilee.

47 Nations Join Israel Chess
Event; Arabs, Soviets Protest

The Cabinet at that
time also decided to set up
an interdepartmental
committee of directors
general of ministries in-
volved with Arab affairs
and a Public Council on
Israeli Arab Affairs with
an equal number of Arab
and Jewish members.
The interdepartmental
committee has met sev-
eral times while the
ministerial committee at
its meeting last week first
set up regulations for the
public council whose
members have not yet
been appointed. ThE
council will include 40
Arabs and 40 Jews with
Rabin serving as its
chairman.
There has been some .
difficulty in naming
members since some
Arabs who have been ap-
proached have refused,
while others who asked to -
be on the committee wer
found to be unrepresen-
tative or unsuitable.

test went on as it was
scheduled.
The Austrian Chess
Federation has asked the
Soviet Chess Federation
to reconsider its decision,
'noting that politics should
not be introduced into in-
ternational chess competi-
tion.
The countries regis-
tered for both men's and
Latest medically approved
women's events are:
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Switzerland, Israel, Eng-
land, Australia, Ireland,
Denmark, Holland,
Mrs. S. Steiner
Wales, Scotland, Japan,
35 Years Experience
Finland, France, Canada,
Austria, West Germany,
Doctors Referrals
Colombia and Sweden.
Registered for men only
are: Uruguay, the Virgin
Islands, Surinam,
Panama, Papua, Chile,
Thailand, Guernsey,
Faeroe Islands, Belgium,
Luxemb'ourg, Peru and
Norway.
From Switzerland it
was learned, meanwhile,
that Vladimir Liberson,
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has reached 13th in the
regional competitions
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TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Forty-seven teams from
30 countries have regis-
tered for the Chess Olym-
piad which will be held in
Haifa Oct. 24-Nov. 11.
The Haifa contest,
which has the official
sanction of the Interna-
tional Chess Federation,
has triggered an anti-
Israel Chess Olympiad
sponsored by Libya with
the approval of other
Arab countries. At the
same time, the Soviet bloc
and some Third World na-
tions are boycotting the
Haifa event..
However, Dr. Max
Euwe, president of the
International Chess Fed-
eration, said in Switzer-
land that his organiza-
tion regretted the ab-
sence of those who re-
fUsed to participate, but
has decided by a majority
vote to go ahead with the
contest in Israel. He
noted that the Soviet
Union boycotted the
Chess Olympiad in Yugo-
slavia in 1950 but the con-

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Anti-Litter Law

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
One of the last acts by the
Knesset before it reces-
sed last week was to
adopt a tough anti-litter
law.
The measure, proposed
by Shalom Levin of Labor
and Yosef Tamir of
Likud, provides fines of
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