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18 Friday, January 29, 1982

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Likud Survives No-Confidence Vote Over Sinai Compensation

angered by what it deemed
to be excessive compensa-
tion payments to the
settlers in northern Sinai.
The 55-52 vote against

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Menahem Begin's
government narrowly sur-
vived a no-confidence vote
Tuesday in a Knesset

the no-confidence motion
followed the adoption of a
resolution by the Knesset
describing as "scandalous
waste" the government's

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offer to pay the settlers
more than $250 million.
The money is to compensate
them for the homes, farms
and businesses they will
have to leave behind when
Israel completes its final
withdrawal from Sinai on
April 26.
The sum, proposed by De-
puty Premier and Agricul-
ture Minister Simha
Ehrlich and endorsed by
Begin, split the Cabinet.
Ministers supporting the
deal argued that the high
price was necessary to as-
sure a peaceful evacuation
of Sinai. But others, notably
Finance Minister Yoram
Aridor, warned that the
payment would touch off a
new round of inflation.
The settlers themselves
have not yet accepted the
offer. Businessmen in the
Yamit region have called
it unfair because they
would receive less than
farmers. The Knesset Fi-
nance Committee insists
that the payments be
made partly in long term
government bonds and
the cash balance subject
to income tax. Begin so
far has opposed those
conditions.

Mitterrand Will
Avoid Territories
on Israel Visit

Meanwhile, Begin on
Monday returned to his
office for the first time since
he fell and broke his hip in
November. He worked for a
half-day and walked with
the aid of an orthopedic
walker. He has been attend-
ing Knesset sessions in re-
cent weeks in a wheelchair.
* * *

MKs in Trouble
on Sinai Issue

TEL AVIV (JTA) — De-
puty Premier and Housing
Minister David Levy, who
presided over Sunday's
Cabinet meeting, suggested
that Deputy Mihister of
Religious Affairs Rabbi
Haim Druckman should be
recalled home from the
United States. Druckman is
presently in the U.S. as part
of a six-member delegation
representing the "Move-
ment to Halt the With-
drawal from Sinai" trying to
convince American Jews
that withdrawal from Sinai
threatens the security and
survival of Israel.
Levy said he though it
wrong for a Deputy Minis-
ter to act abroad against
government policy.

2 Kin of Banker Graiver
Are Released by Argentina

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Two members of the family
PARIS (JTA) — of David Graiver, the
President
Francois Mitter- Argentine Jewish banker
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in Argentina following that
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French
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also in jail awaiting sen-
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ports.
Argentine authorities
accused David Graiver of
having contributed
money to anti-
government leftwing
guerrillas.
Last month, the Buenos
Aires daily, "Clarin," re-
ported that shortly before
the Supreme Court decision
was announced, the Na-
tional Commission on Pat-
rimonial -Responsibility
(CONAREPA) decided to
transfer to the national
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large amount of assets of the
"Graiver group" for "not
having explained the
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The assets of David
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were included in the CON-
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New Year of Trees on Feb. 8
Brings Thoughts of Spring

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By ABBY KANTER

Jewish National Fund

NEW YORK — During
this wintry season, Jews
K
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Israelis mark Tu
b'Shevat by planting

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At the same time, Deputy
Minister of Transport David
Schiffman denied that he
had made a personontri-
bution to the Movement to
Halt the Withdrawal from
Sinai in order to undermine
government policy.
Schiffillan came under at-
tack by fellow members of
the Likud coalition in the
Knesset for his visit to the
Yamit region.
He admitted, in an
interview on the Army
Radio, that he had pre-
sented a personal check
for a substantial sum to a
settlement in the Yamit
region but claimed his
was misinterpreted.
Meanwhile, Je
Agency officials attacked
Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon's offer to . sell
greenhouses, buildings and
irrigation equipment to
Egypt, rather than transfer
them from Sinai to the
Negev.
The officials said the sale
price will not cover the re-
placement costs, and that
Sharon is just trying to de-
fuse the opposition of the
Sinai settlers.

trees in honor of friends
or family members or in
memory of a departed
loved one. Schoolchil-
dren troop out to forest
sites where, to the ac-
companiment of song
and prayer, they place
their saplings in the soil.

But celebration of Tu
b'Shevat is not confine
Israel alone. Jews in o
lands feel the warmth oft e
Israeli spring in their
hearts and help make Is-
rael's forests bloom by con-
tributing to the ongoing af-
forestation efforts. More
than 150 million trees have
been planted in Israel
through Jewish National
Fund — Keren Kayemet
LeIsrael.

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