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March 12, 1982 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-12

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8 Friday, March 12, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LEVI'S DEE-CEE KENNINGTON WRANGLER CALVIN KLEIN BOBBIE

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won the singles title at the - come to fruition.
Miss Leand is well on her
Maccabia Games last July
BERNIE
has announced that she is way to becoming one of the
turning professional an& top female players, pro-
forfeiting the remainder of vided, of course, she con-
and ASSOCIATES
tinues to improve at the
her college playing career.
Miss Leand who hails same rate she has over the
from Maryland, has ad- past few years.
vanced rapidly and is now
ranked as the 23rd best
player in the world.
It is her contention that
she can always come back
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(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

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Canada - Saudi
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MONTREAL (JTA) —
More than 300 faculty
members, administrators
and students at Concordia
University here demanded
that Rector John O'Brian
make it absolutely clear
that the university is un-
equivocally opposed to any
exchange agreement with
Saudi Arabia which dis-
criminates against Jewish
members of the university
community.
The agreement has stir-
red a controversy between
faculty and the administra-
tive heads- of Concordia
University because of Saudi
-Arabia's well known policy
of denying entry visas to
Jews.
Chaikelson,
June
academic dean, charged
that the proposed agree-
ment condones racism.
Essam Scheich, director
of Saudi Arabia's education
mission to Canada, said last
week that the exchange
with Concordia would not
exclude Jewish faculty or
staff because Saudi Arabia
does not discriminate
against Jews.

MDA Forms
Disaster Team '

TEL AVIV -- A national
rescue squad designed for
immediate activation in
cases of mass disasters, has
been formed by Magen-
David Adam (MDA), Is-
rael's emergency medical '
service.
This specially trained
group, including MDA
paramedics, physicians, so-
cial workers and early
childhood specialists, will
respond to natural disas-
ters, large-scale fires,- ter-
rorist attacks and other
mass casualty situations.
In addition to the profes-
sionals, some 100 volun-
teers, divided into groups of
35, will serve with the task
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ROME (JTA) — Italy and
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year renewal of their cul-
tural, educational and sci-
entific exchange agreement
which was established in
1971. The agreement comes
up for renewal every three
years.

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