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May 14, 1982 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, May 14, 1982

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Garin Helps Prepare Ohm

LOS ANGELES — Garin
Yifrakh, a group of young
Jews preparing to make
aliya to Israel, has emerged
from the Reform-Zionist
movement.
The garin, as it is also
called, is geared to the needs
of people considering aliya
to a town, rather than a
kibutz. The garin is cur-
rently targeted for the de-
velopment town of Sderot in
the northern Negev.
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time living in Israel, or

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Improvements
at 3 Agencies

The JewishWelfare Fed-
eration Board of Governors
approved the expenditure of
$147,221 for additions and
improvements at three Fed-
eration agency sites.
The recommendation,
originally proposed by the
JWF's Capital Needs Com-
mittee, chaired by David K.
Page, was for erection of a
canopy at the entrance to
the main Jewish Commu-
nity Center; improvements
at the Butzel Conference
Center in the Maas Recrea-
tion Area, proposed by
Tamarack Hills Authority;
and the first phase in an im-
provement program at the
Brighton site of Fresh Air
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Milton, Administrative Aides Are at Odds

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Friction surfaced between
Prof. Menahem Milson,
head of the civilian
authority on the West
Bank, and his top aides.
A letter signed by 25
senior staff officials charged
that his policy-making
process was undoing every-
thing accomplished by the
military government in the
past. Milson promptly re-
torted that the complaints
were incorrect both in detail
and general perspective.
The aides specifically ac-
cused Milson of failing to
consult with them before

Israel Cites
PLO As Reason
Behind No Vote

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — Although Israel
joined the United States in
voting last Friday against
the approval of the UN
Convention on the Law of
the Sea by the General As-
sembly, the reason for Is-
rael's negative vote was
entirely different than that
of the United States.
Speaking after the As-
sembly adopted the Con-
vention by a vote of 130-4,
with 17 abstentions, the Is-
raeli delegate, Shabtai
Rosenne, said that Israel
voted against the conven-
tion because it gave "stand-
ing" to the "so-called PLO."
The convention provided
provisions for the PLO to
enjoy the "common heritage
of mankind" under which
the exploitation and explo-
ration of the resources of the
deep sea-bed are to be con-
ducted, Rosenne said. He
added that "if the PLO signs
the final act of the confer-
ence, it will become entitled
to the status of observer" in
the preparatory commission
for the conference next year.
The United States op-
posed the convention
mainly because it said the
sea-bed mining provision
would deter the develop-
ment of deep sea-bed min-
eral resources.

making decisions, dealing
with local Arabs behind
their backs and presenting
them with faits accomplis.
They demanded a meeting
to discuss the situation.
Milson conceded that
there had been several
misunderstandings over
the running of the civi-
lian government in the
occupied territories, but
said these have all been
sorted out and he now
enjoys the complete
cooperation of his staff.
Milson, a professor of
Arabic literature at the He-
brew University in
Jerusalem, was appointed
by Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon to head the newly
formed civilian administra-
tion last year. The new ad-
ministration took over civi-
lians functins from the mili-
tary government.
Its main objective is to
root out Palestine Libera-
tion Organization influence
in the territories and create
a local Arab leadership will-

ing to cooperate with Israel.
But the Village Leagues,
established for that purpose
chiefly among rural Arabs,
met with stiff resistance
from elected officials: in the
larger West Bank towns.
In the past few months,
four Arab mayors were re-
moved from office for refus-
ing to cooperate with the
civilian government. But
several other
municipalities have since
declared their refusal to
cooperate.

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Yamit Activists
to Face Charges

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Attorney General Yitzhak
Zamir has decided to bring
criminal action against a
number of the most violent
activists who sought to halt
Israel's withdrawal from
the Yamit area.
He plans to prosecute
those against whom there is
strong evidence of their
having physically assaulted
Israel Defense Force per-
sonnel.
In taking this course,
Zamir is in effect rejecting
the proposal of Premier
Menahem Begin to "forgive
and forget" the Yamit
drama in a gesture of na-
tional unity. Sources close
to the Attorney General
said he felt that assaults
against army personnel
were an undermining of the
very foundation of the rule
of law and could not go un-
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