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October 01, 1982 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli Worker
Income Rose

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
year 1981 was very good for
the average Israeli al-
though it was not so good for
the state economy, reports
Maariv.
According to the paper, it
is certain that after reflect-
ing the effects of inflation,
real wages were raised by
eight percent in 1981. Tak-
ing into account the fact
that various taxes were re-
duced in that same year, in
comparison with 1980 net
income actually went up by
12 percent. -
The paper further notes
several details: In 1981 na-
tional production grew only
by five percent. That means
that the average Israeli
earned a lot more than he
produced.
As far as the increase in
real wages, however, Israel
cannot be compared to any
other country, says the
paper. In 1982 only Japan
will be albe to afford to raise
wages by a real seven per-
cent.

Einstein Project
Begins After
$1 Million Gift

NEW YORK — The pub-
lication of Albert Einstein's
papers, a project temporar-
ily shelved for financial rea-
sons, was given new life fol-
lowing a $1 million dona-
tion from Harold McGraw
Jr., chairman of McGraw-
Hill Publishers.
The 20 volume set will be
published by Princeton
University Press which
hopes to have the first vol-
ume completed by the end of
1983.
Meanwhile, another book
on Einstein recently pub-
lished by Princeton, reveals
that the Scientist supported
an effort to award the 1947
Nobel Peace Prize to Raoul
Wallenberg, the Swedish
diplomati in Budapest who
rescued many Jews from the
Nazis.

ADL Publishes -
Curriculum
on Hate Groups

NEW YORK — A cur-
riculum guide to help
American high school stu-
dents recognize and reject
the prejudice, to-
talitarianism and terror
purveyed by extremist
groups has been published
by the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith.
The 300-page guide is ti-
tled "Extremist Groups in
the United States."
The guide's three sections
deal with "Bigotry and Vio-
lence — The Hate Groups of
the Extreme Right,"
"Anti-Americanism and To-
talitarianism — The
Marxist-Leninist Groups of
the Extreme Left" and
"How Does a Democratic
Society Cope With the
Threat of Hate Groups."

Mean spirits under dis-
appointment, like small
beer in a thunderstorm, al-
ways turn sour.
—John Randolph

Friday, October 1, 1982 13

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Introducing The Entertain-
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Todd, starring Angela Lansbury.
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