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May 29, 1981 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, May 29, 1981

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National Israel Bond Strike Is Settled

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NEW YORK (JTA) — A
spokesman for the union
striking Israel Bond Organ-
ization headquarters in
New York and at 70
regional offices throughout
the United States reported
that a tentative agreement
was reached last Friday on a
new contract.
The prior contract ex-
pired on May 14 and some
500 professional and cleri-
cal employes struck the
next morning.
Sympathy pickets joined
the New York picket lines
for several hours last week.
The sympathy pickets work
at HIAS, New York Asso-
ciation for New Americans,
the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations, the United Jewish
Appeal of Greater New
York, the Jewish Child
Care Association, Hadas-
sah, and the Jewish Board
of Family and Children's
Services.
A spokesman for the
Community and Social
Employees Union, Local
107, District 1707 of the

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — More
than 1,000 Americans who
have been living in Israel
for many years will this
time be able to vote in the
Israeli elections on June 30,
for the first time, without
losing their American citi-
zenship.
They are people who
signed declarations opting
out of Israeli citizenship at
the time of their immigra-
tion to Israel, to avoid losing
their U.S. citizenship under
American law.
Under an arrangement
reached after lengthy
negotiations between the
Association of Americans
and Canadians in Israel
(AACI) and the Israeli and
American authorities, they
have now been able to "opt
back in" to Israeli citizen-
ship without jeopardizing
their U.S. nationality.
Americans, who are not
usually allowed to serve in
foreign armies without los-
ing citizenship, can also
abide by both Israeli and
U.S. regulations by for-
mally protesting their in-
duction into the Israel army
when called up as citizens or
residents under the army
law.
Their legal status is thus
of men or women "im-
pressed into service" rather
than as volunteering.

Institute Offers
Means to Teach
the Holocaust

NEW YORK — The
Holocaust Studies Program
at Yeshiva University will
run its third summer insti-
tute on "Teaching the
Holocaust" June 29-Aug. 6
at the University's Brook-
dale Center in New York.
The deadline for registra-
tion is May 27.
For information, write
Thomas Kessner, Dept. of
Holocaust Studies, Yeshiva
University, Room 419, 500
W. 185th St., New York,
N.Y. 10033.

American Federation of
State, County and Munic-
ipal Employees, said
some gains had been
achieved by the strike
but conceded that the
main goal of the local had
been to rebuff manage-
ment efforts to reduce
existing salaries and
fringe benefits.

The spokesman said that
the professional workers re-
ceived increases of $900 for
the first year and $800 for
the second year. Clerical
workers received an in-
crease of $13 a week for the
first year and $12 for the
second year. The figures
were the same as in the
prior two-year pact, the
spokesman said.
He said a gain had been

won in application of the
contract cost-of-living
allowance which, in the
prior pace, provided that
both professional and cleri-
cal workers received a four
percent increase for each
annual cost of living in-
crease after the first two
percent rise in the contract
year. In the new contract,
the percentage increase,
after the first two months of
cost of living increases is six
percent.

The strike forced the
postponement of Det . –
"Israel Interseas Wate _Ay
Founders Dinner," which
was scheduled to be held
last night at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. A new date for
the dinner will be an-
nounced next week.

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