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October 24, 1980 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-24

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High Court
Decision Could
Aid Yeshivot

NEW YORK — The re-
fusal of the U.S. Supreme
Court earlier this month to
decide a major case on fed-
eral funds benefitting non-
public schools is an exam-
ple of the court's impatience
with the continued petty
harassment of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress and
other groups fighting gov-
ernment aid to yeshivot,"
according to Rabbi
Menahem Lubinsky, direc-
tor of government and pub-
lic affairs of Agudath Israel
of America.
Lubinsky hailed the deci-
sion as "an important vic-
tory fo; yeshivot" since in
declining to decide the case,
the court let stand a Federal
District Court ruling that
the Elementary and Secon-
dary Act (ESEA) Title I pro-
gram "did not have the pri-
mary effect of advancing or
inhibiting religion."
The Title I program pro-
vides a variety of remedial
education programs, includ-
ing English as a second lan-
guage, to educationally
deprived children in low in-
come areas. A number of
New York yeshivot partici-
pate in the program
through their local districts.

Pollution Hurts
Sea of Galilee

TIBERIAS — The head of
the Israeli national water
company's Lakeside Re-
search Station says the Sea
of Galilee will become a
cesspool in 20 years if kibut-
zim north of the lake do not
halt dumping fertilizer
residue and raw sewage in
to the Jordan River which
feeds into the lake.
Yoel Gaifman charges
that a national plan to clean
up the Sea of Galilee has
been blocked by kibutz ag-
ricultural interests in the
Israeli Agriculture Minis-
The kibutzim refuse to
pay 10 percent of the
cleanup costs as provided in
the national plan.
The Sea of Galilee pro-
vides Israel with approx-
imately one-third of her
drinking water. Dr. Gaif-
man said that natural sed-
iment and phosphates com-
bined with the kibutz pollu-
tion is slowly killing the


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Aid Not Wanted

cording to a recent public
opinion poll, 38.2 percent of
Israelis would sharply re-
duce their standard of living
in order to end Israel's de-
pendence on the U.S.
Some 56.7 percent said
they did not want to see an
end to U.S. aid.

Students Meet
Israeli Peers

TEL AVIV — A new
cooperation agreement be-
tween. Pennsylvania State
University and Tel Aviv
University has been estab-
lished. Penn State will send
a number of students an-
nually to participate in the
Tel Aviv University Over-
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