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February 20, 1981 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-20

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Friday, February 20, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Budget QKd

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Cabinet last week ap-
proved a 206 billion Shekel
($25 billion) budget for the
fiscal year 1981-1982.
There was only a brief dis-
cussion, and only Interior
Minister Yosef Burg voted
against the budget on the
grounds that the local
authorities were in-
adequately provided for.
The budget was the first
presented by Finance
Minister Yoram Aridor.
;sally the work on it was


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Yigal Hurwitz, but Aridor
did introduce some changes
— such as a slight increase
in defense spending.
Aridor said the budget
was based on predictions of
120 percent inflation in the
1981 calendar year and a 98
percent inflation in fiscal
1981-1982 — a steady drop
in inflation so as to hit the
double-digit line by the end
of the calendar year.
The 206 billion Shekel
figure breaks down as fol-
lows: 60.9 billion for debt
service; 63 billion for de-
fense; 37.9 billion for sub-
sidies and national insur-
ance payments; 20.6 billion
for civilian consumption;
and 23.4 billion for invest-
ment
The Cabinet also ap-
proved an 8.6 billion Shekel
supplementary budget for
the current fiscal year, the
third budget of the year.

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BONN A kosher hotel
has opened • in Bad
Nauheim, north of
Frankfurt. The 100-room
Grand-Hotel Accadia fol-
lows Jewish dietary laws
and observes the Sabbath
and holidays.

Beauty Council's Volunteers Conduct
Rehabilitation of Israeli School Building

TEL AVIV — The re-
habilitation of a dilapidated
school building in Migdal
Ha'emek by a group of vol-
unteers from the Council for
a Beautiful Israel is dis-
cussed in a recent article by
the council's Rolly King-
Kohansky.
The school, which had
been subjected to years of
vandalism, became the per-
sonal project of Council
chairwoman Aura Herzog.
The article states:
"A plan was drawn up by
the council's group of pro-
fessional volunteers: de-
signers, landscape ar-
chitects, and so on. Mate-
rials, equipment and tools
were obtained from the
council's supporters both in
Israel and abroad. Parents,
teachers, children and in-
terested citizens supplied
all the labor and they ap-
proached the project with a
zeal and enthusiasm which
surprised even the council
members.

"The school began to
take on a bright,- clean,
shining look. Fathers

plastered and repaired
the building in their
spare time; older
brothers and sisters
pitched in by decorating
the exterior, helping the
younger children with
hard-to-reach areas.
Mothers sewed curtains
to hang on freshly-
washed windows.
"Grass and flowers trans-
formed the once-messy
patch of ground into a gar-
den with all the children
planting, pruning and rak-
ing. The entire project be-
came a source of pride to the
community, winning
plaudits from the council for
its efforts.
"The children were ex-
posed to the joys of creating
an esthetic environment,
learning new behavioral
patterns which will con-
tinue into adulthood and
which, it is hoped, will
influence others with whom
they come into contact as
they grow up.
"At the same time, their
parents learned that every
experience in which chil-
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GENEVA (JTA) —
Michael Novak, head of the
U.S. delegation to the
United Nations Human
Rights Commission meet-
ing here, forcefully con-
demned two draft resolu-
tions aimed against Israel.
One of them accused Is-
rael of violating the human
rights and right to self-
determination of the Pales-
tinian people and the other
declared the Camp David
accords and Egyptian-
Israeli peace treaty to be
without validity.
Nevertheless, both drafts
were adopted by the 43-
member commission by the
automatic Arab-Third
World majority although
several Third World coun-
tries voted against the reso-
lutions or abstained.
On the second resolu-
tion, which upheld "the
inalienable right of the
Palestinian people to
self-determination with-
out external interference
and the establishment of
a fully independent sov-
ereign state in Palestine,
11 negative votes were
cast and seven countries
abstained.
countries
Seventeen
voted againSt or abstained
on the first resolution which
condemned Israel for an-
nexing East Jerusalem and
for its colonization of the
West Bank and alleged vio-
lence against Arab civi-
lians.
Israel found another un-

Joint Research

TOPEKA, Kan. — A re-
cent grant from the Men-
ninger Foundation makes it
possible for health profes-
sionals from the foundation
to do joint research with sci-
entists from the Weizmann
Institute and other research
:Organizations in Israel.

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world and their place in it."

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Other nations voting
against or abstaining in-
cluded Zaire, Costa Rica,
Fiji, Greece, Panama,
Brazil and Philippines.

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