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July 18, 1980 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, July 18, 1980

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Jerusalem Master Plan Ok'd

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Jerusalem District
Planning Commission has,
approved a new master plan
for the city which includes
the building of a new Jewish
neighborhood in the north-
ern part of the city made up

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of 11,000 dwelling units.
The master plan, the first
since 1967, sets binding
guidelines for planning and
building in Jerusalem. City
and government officials
stress that the approval by
the commission, the senior
planning body for the capi-
tal, was not timed to coin-
cide with the present inter-
national dispute over
Jerusalem's future.
The new plan will allow
the requisition of Arab-
owned land for the new
neighborhood, to be located
between French Hill and
Neve Yaacov and tenta-
tively named "South Neve
Yaacov." Up to now land in
this area has been frozen
because of the lack of a legal
master plan. The new
neighborhood will be the
largest built since 1967.
The major features that
have governed planning
and building in
Jerusalem since 1967 are
maintained in the new
master plan. The Old City
will continue to be the
focal point, not to be
overshadowed by any
nearby buildings higher
than the wall that sur-
rounds it. In the outlying
neighborhoods, build-
ings will have a blend, as
much as possible, with
the topography. The rule
in effect since the British
Mandate that all build-
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Jerusalem stone will con-
tinue.
District Commissioner
Rafi Levi, who is also a
senior Interior Ministry of-
ficial, said the new plan will
benefit all Jerusalem resi-
dents — Jews, Moslems and
Christians. The master plan
envisions a city of some
650,000 persons within two
decades, with the present
proportion of 72 percent
Jews maintained.
Levi stressed the plan
would allow "orderly
growth and enable landow-
ners to exercise their build-
ing rights."
The master plan has al-
ready been approved by the
Jerusalem municipality's
planning authority. It will
now be open to public in-
spection and anyone af-
fected can appeal against
relevant sections.
Final approval is ex-
pected within a year, after
which it will become the
legal framework for all
building, landscaping,
roadwork and other con-
struction in the capital.

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Former Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan hinted
strongely that Israel pos-
sesses a nuclear option and
would not hesitate to use it
if faced with destruction by
combined Arab forces.
Addressing the Political
and Social Forum, a non-
partisan discussion group,
Dayan stressed that Israel
has always said it would not
be the first to introduce nu-
clear weapons into the
region.
But Israel never said that
it will miss the timetable;
Dayan declared. He ob-
served that the Arabs have
some 7,000 tanks which
they could use against Isr-
rael on the eastern front.
Should Israel be in danger
of destruction, "it will be, to
the best of my evaluation, in
a position to tell the Arabs:
`If you want to destroy us,
we are capable of destroying
you as well,' " he said.
In a related develop-
ment, French Ambas-

sador Marc Bonnefous
sought to assure worried
Israelis that the supply of
nuclear reactors and
enriched uranium by
France to Iraq would not
lead to the development
of an Iraqi atomic bomb.
He said in a television
interview that Paris had re-
ceived "adequate bilateral
and international guaran-
tees" on this matter.
Premier Menahem Begin
termed the uranium supp,
to Iraq "very serious."

Hebrew U. Grads
Include Medics

JERUSALEM — Hebrew
University held its 50th
graduation ceremony re-
cently for recipients of mas-
ter's degrees and other
post-graduate diplomas.
There were 109 doctors
and 39 dentists sworn in to
their professions with the
traditional Jewish Physi-
cian's Oath devised by the
late Prof. Lipman Halpern.

Israeli Navy
Launches New
Missile Boat

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Israel Navy's newest mis-
sile boat, "Aliya," was
launched at the Haifa ship-
yards last week.
Ophira Navon, wife of
President Yitzhak Navon,
performed the honors with
the traditional bottle of
champagne smashed across
the bows as the craft slid
into Haifa Bay.
The Aliya is an enlarged
and improved version of Is-
rael's Reshef-class missile
boats incorporating ad-
vanced equipment, most of
it made in Israel, which
ranks her among the most
sophisticated craft of her
type in the world. An added
feature is the helicopter
landing pad and-helicopter
which she will carry for sc-
outing and other purposes.
The Aliya has a normal
speed of 42 knots (48.2
mph), compared to the 35
knots of her predecessors.

Soy Derivative
Aids Diabetics

'

Dayan Hints Israel May
Possess Nuclear Capability

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
soy bean has been found to
have important medicinal
value for diabetics.
According to Dr. Yoram
Kanter, a senior lecturer in
medicine at the Haifa
Technion, a by-product of
the soy bean, known as
sobit, can reduce the sugar
content of the blood and is
otherwise helpful in diet
control.
The product, already
available to consumers
here does not replace insu-
lin ; ' Kanter stressed. But
taken quantites it
, redtiaed elle after meals glu-
cose response. Kanter de-
scribed the research that led -
/;; tattle discovery of this prop-
erty in soy bean fiber in a
paper presented recently at
the annual meeting of the
American 'Diabetes Asso-
ciation in Washington.

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