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May 08, 1981 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, May 8, 1981

Interseas Canal Founders Event
Has 100 Volunteers on Committee

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(Home Care Podiatrists)

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More than 100 people
have volunteered for dinner
committee membership in
support of the May 28 city-
wide Interseas Waterway
Founders Dinner, the first
Israel Bond event in the na-
tion celebrating the launch-
ing of the 70-mile
Mediterranean-to-Dead-Sea

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canal project that will pro-
vide Israel with at least 20
percent of her future energy
needs. Construction begins
next week.
The dinner, to be held at
Adat Shalom Synagogue,
will be attended by Israel
Ambassador to the United
States Ephraim (Eppie)Ev-
ron, "reflecting the impor-
tance the government of Is-,
rael attaches to this event,"
declared David B.
Holtzman, Metro Detroit Is-
rael Bonds general chair-
man.
Holtzman said the
dinner will also recognize
local Canal Founders,
individual purchasers of
at least $100,000 in Israel
Bonds earmarked for the
canal project, over and
above their regular Bond
purchases in support of
Israel's economic de-
velopment.
The campaign to enlist
Canal Founders, part of an
international effort, has re-
sulted here in 15 Founders
to date. Founders' names
will be permanently in-
scribed at the canal site.
In calling on Founder
prospects to take part in this
historic project, Holtzman
said, "Energy represents an
issue of the highest priority
in Israel, more so than for
any other country in the
world. In the 1950s, the
Arabs tried to throttle Is-
rael by using water as a
weapon — by trying to di-
vert the waters of the Jor-
dan to destroy Israel's ag-
riculture. At that time, Is-
rael Bonds provided the
funds to build the National
Water Carrier and made it
possible for Israel to become
self-sufficient in 'agricul-
tural production which was
then the bulwark of its
economy.
"Now, in the 1980s, the
Arabs have sworn to use oil
as a weapon against Israel
and any country which sup-
ports her search for peace."
Holtzman expressed
his confidence that the
Israel Bond Organization
will enroll many more
Founders in the next few
weeks "and thus help Is-
rael as she begins this
revolutionary energy
project."
By linking the Mediter-
ranean and Dea Seas, Israel
can generate enough hyd-
roelectric power to signific-
antly reduce its dependence
on imported oil. This is the

Fewer Strikes

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
The number of days lost to
strikes in Israel in 1980 fell
by 59 percent compared to
1979. Nearly half were lost
in the public sector.
Statistics show that
strikes cost the Israeli
economy 216,516 workdays
in 1980, compared with
529,369 the previous year.
Only 91,451 workers joined
strikes, down from 250,420
in 1979. The total number of
strikes fell from 116 to 84
and the total of partial
strikes and sanctions from
98 to 54.

first time in the 30-year his-
tory of the Israel Bond
Organization that the Israel
government has requested
Bond funds for a specific
economic project.

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