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May 02, 1980 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, May 2, 1980

Bible Quiz, Israel Prizes Highlight Independence Day

We Are Accepting Reservations
For

JERUSALEM ,(JTA) —
Israeli youth took the three
top spots in the World
Jewish Youth Bible Quiz
traditionally held here on
Independence Day under
the auspices of the Israel
Defense Force, the World
Zionist Organization and

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school student from the
largely Yemenite township
of Rosh Haayin, took first
place in the April 20 compe-
tition with a perfect score of
100 points. Just behind him,

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UNITED NATIONS
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niversary was marked at
the UN April 20 with a re-
ception attended by more
than 1,000 diplomats,
Jewish leaders, Israeli offi-
cials and other guests.
Among those attending
were Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim, U.S. Am-
bassador Donald McHenry,
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as well as representatives of
West European countries.
In Montreal, more than
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hall of the Museum of Fine
Arts and the Expo Theater
to mark the event.
David Azrieli, president
of the Canadian Zionist
Federation's Eastern
Region, greeted the audi-
ence and spoke about the
"32 eventful years of Israel's
existence."
Meanwhile, Repiiblican
Presidential candidate
Ronald Reagan sent a tel-
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to Israeli Ambassador Ep-
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the determination and
active preparedness of a
people for the defense of its
freedom."

Maccabi Union
Settlement Set

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
settlement with an educa-
tional and sports center will
be established by the Mac-.
cabi World Union near Mod-
i'in, the ancient site of the
Maccabeans, it was an-
nounced at the meeting of
the executive of the World
Maccabi Union in Israel.
It will include a school for
young leadership training,
a youth hostel and dor-
mitories to house 400 vis-
itors from abroad in addi-
tion to 120 housing units for
permanent settlers. There
will be a modern sports
complex. The village will
serve as the urban center for
nine agricultural settle-
ments in the area.

Afghans Seek
Rakah Support

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
president of the Afghanis-
tan pro-Communist gov-
ernment sent a letter to the
Israeli Communist Party
(Rakah) reporting on cur-
rent developments. The let-
ter includes a statement
that Soviet intervention in
Afghanistan was at the re-
quest of the Afghanistan
president:
The Israeli Communist
Party was asked in the let-
ter to express its "Solidarity
-
with Afghanistan."

WASHINGTON — Stan-
ley M. Berman, a manager
with the accounting firm of
Arthur Andersen & Co., has
joined Bnai Brith Interna-
tional headquarters staff as
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Third place went to Nahum brew University for
Stepanski with 92 points. Jewish studies; Pinhad
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(out of 26 finalists from 13 ner and the late Anna
countries) was Meir Orlian, Ticho for art; Supreme
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for law; and Prof Haim
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Independence Day cere- Weizmann Institute of
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