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February 27, 1981 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-27

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Europe's M.E. Terms Listed

— A recent report in the
Washington Post claims
that the following are the
principal features of the
secret European Economic
Community agreement on
the Middle East:
Israel will be acquired to
withdraw from all territory
occupied in 1967, including
the Golan Heights and the
Old City of Jerusalem;
Jewish settlements in the
"occupied territories" will
have to be removed; a re-
ferendum will be conducted
rld-wide among all
mer residents of Pales-
tine to choose between an
independent Palestinian
state or federation with


New IDF Course
for the Needy

TEL AVIV — Some 42
women from slum
neighborhoods and immig-
rant development towns
entered the Israel Defense
Forces (IDF) last month
after completing the first
year-long "preparation
course" conducted by Bank
Leumi Le-Israel, in cooper-
ation with the Ministry of
Labor and Social Welfare
and the IDF.
The new program helps
prepare school dropouts
from deprived backgrounds
for acceptance in the army.

Bar-Ilan Cites
L.A.'s Mayor

Angeles Mayor Tom Brad-
ley has been awarded an
honorary Doctor of Laws
degree from Israel's Bar-
Ilan University, which has
also established a professo-
rial chair in his honor.
The honor was conferred
by university president Dr.
Emanuel Rackman at a re-
cent dinner in Beverly
Hills, Calif. Film star Greg-
ory Peck was master of
ceremonies at the affair,
which celebrated the 25th
anniversary of Bar-Ilan.

Nuclear Future?

TEL AVIV (JNI) — Israel
may operate three or four
nuclear power plants, sup-
plying 25-40 percent of her
electricity, by the year 2000
according to Uzi Eilam, di-
rector of Israel's Atomic
Energy Commission.
He said that sites for nu-
clear power plants have
been identified near Lach-
ish and in the Negev and
Galilee. He said that the
Negev's phosphate indus-
tries can produce the
anium necessary to open
__. the plants.


Roth Serialized

NEW YORK — Philip
Roth's next novel will ap-
pear in full in serialized
form in three magazines be-
fore it is published as a
The first chapter appears
in the current issue of the
New Yorker. The next two
chapters appear in the
March and April issues of
Atlantic. The final chapter
will appear in May in

Jordan or Israel.
The agreement also said
Palestinian refugees should
be allowed to return to their
former homes or given com-
pensation; the armed forces
of all parties would be re-
duced and a UN peace force
established; Jerusalem
would be internationalized
or re-divided.

Edmonton Jews
Have Newspaper

(JTA) — The first issue last
December of the Jewish
Star of Edmonton, the pro-
vincial capital of Alberta,
marked the beginning of the
paper's monthly service to
the Edmonton Jewish com-
The Edmonton publica-
tion is a separate monthly
edition of the Jewish Star of
Calgary and is now the only
regular Jewish newspaper
in Edmonton.

Friday, February 21, 1981 7

Savings in Coal

Israel may speed up the
conversion of its electrical
plants from oil to coal. Israel
maintains friendly rela-
tions with countries that
have some of the largest
coal reserves in the world:
the U.S., Canada, South Af-
rica and Australia.
Israel will spend $2 bil-
lion for imported oil this
year, and $2.5 billion next
year. If coal were burned to
create the same amount of
power, Israel would save
$1.5 billion each year.

NCCJ Trustee

NEW YORK — Invest-
ment banker John L. Loeb
Jr. of New York has been
elected a trustee of the Na-
tional Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews.

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Ahya Center
Offers Summer
Program in Israel

NEW YORK — Israeli
high school-age youth liv-
ing with their parents in the
U.S. can participate in
Camp Artza, a new special
summer camp program in
Israel. The program is
jointly sponsored by the Is-
rael Aliya Center and the
American Zionist Youth
Foundation, and will take
place during July.
For information, contact
the Michigan Israel Aliya
Center, 661-1084.

Yugntruf Parley
Slated for March

NEW YORK —"Creating
a Yiddish Community" is
the theme of the March 8
conference sponsored by
Yugntruf (Youth for Yid-
dish) in New York. The con-
ference will feature work-
shops, lectures and discus-
sion groups and deal with
issues such as: "Why a Yid-
dish Community?" "Pos-
sibilities and Problems in
Creating a Yiddish Com-
munity" and "Getting Sup-
port from the Jewish Estab-
lishment Community."

Act of Restitution

A man who found a wallet
25 years ago, but kept the
$10 in it and did not try to
trace the owner, has do-
nated $50 to the Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundations as an act
of restitution.
The anonymous man said
the only thing he remem-
bers about the wallet own-
er's identity after 25 years
was a Bnai Brith member-
ship card.

Snub Is Offset

cording to Tel Aviv Univer-
sity's Shiloah Institute for
Middle East Studies, Egypt
offset her loss of Arab aid
after she signed the peace
treaty with Israel by impro-
ving her exports.

They talk most who have
the least to say.

Warning The Surgeon General Has Determined
That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous toYour Health.

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