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November 12, 1982 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-12

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March of Dimes

, T. , Btarn •


Sinai, Lebanon Highlight
Israel's Diplomatic Year

Yet the political fruits
have eluded it, except in the
case of Egypt, and they are
year 5742 was distin- eluding it still. The deep
guished by two events of ex- reason is that small coun-
ceptional importance: the tries, like Israel, may pro-
final evacuation of Sinai on pose, but it is the super-
April 25 and, six weeks powers that dispose.
later to the day, a major
The Palestinian prob-
military operation against lem still bedevils the situ-
the PLO in Lebanon.
ation. If a serious ad-
Both were dramatic, in- vance could be made on
deed traumatic. There was the autonomy negotia-
fierce domestic resistance to tions envisaged at Camp
the pullback from Sinai, David, this would be a
especially from the Yamit step forward, but during
area which hundreds of Is- most of the year there has
raeli families had de- been no progress here at
veloped, transforming bar- all. Two of the partners
ren desert into profitable invited to the talks, Jor-
dan and Palestinian
It was not they, however, representatives from
who put up the most violent Judea, Samaria and
resistance, having been Gaza, have stayed away.
compensated liberally for
Under the guidance of
their loss. Opposition came Foreign Minister Yitzhak
almost wholly from Shamir, Israel had this year
nationalist diehards and busily, until "Peace for
their political backers, who Galilee," been mending its
had never reconciled them- fences with Western
selves to the peace treaty Europe. The minister him-
with Egypt.
self travelled widely, and
The government, de- his European colleagues —
termined to carry out its from Britain, France, Ger-
treaty obligations, was in many, Italy, Belgium and
no mood to be defied. The other members of the Eco-
last resisters had to be nomic Community — visted
removed by force, or at Jerusalem.
least a show of force:
The most significant, in
their hearts were hardly its way historic, visit was
in it when the moment of that of President Francois
truth arrived.
Mitterrand in early March:
With the formal pro- since 1948, apart from once
visions of the peace treaty when a president of Iceland
now all fulfilled, Israel has, came in the 1960s, this was
for the first time since 1948, the first time that any
a secure southern border.
European head of state paid
The operation against the Israel an official visit. Un-
PLO, renamed "Peace happily the June war in
for Galilee," had long been Lebanon marked a setback
part of Israel's contingency in Israel's relations with
Europe: not only the media
There, in Galilee, the turned ferociously against
PLO was harassing the civi- Israel but most govern-
lian population, which had ments too, still appeasing
begun to thin out danger- the Arab world (though it
had not lifted a finger to
At the same time, in- help the PLO), gave vent to
telligence sources told of their "horror" and "con-
the PLO's escalated demnation."
Two seemingly marginal
armament build-up
across the border in - events deserve to be re-
southern Lebanon. It was corded. One was Costa Ri-
clear that sooner or later ca's decision — the first of
Israel would have to re- its kind — to return its em-
move that threat—which bassy to Jerusalem. More
could be done only by de- important, at the height of
stroying the PLO forces its army's siege of Beirut,
and fortifications for Israel's new ambassador to
Zaire presents his creden-
The campaign was tials in Kinshasa.
Zaire is the largest non-
militarily, in the most lit-
eral sense, a smashing suc- Arab country of the conti-
nent, though politically not
The whole of southern the most influential. There
Lebanon was wiped clean of is expectation, however,
the PLO terrorists and that its example may in
largely of the Syrians too. time induce other African
As happengafter every war, states to review and renew
however, the political re- their ties with Israel.
ckoning was yet to come. Is-
As dreams are the fancies
rael has never lost a war,
indeed each time it has of those that sleep, so fan-
strengthened its own secu- cies are but the dreams of
those awake.. • —Blount


World Zionist Press Service




Friday, November 12, 1982 69

What's News?

Education: bri

A student writes . . . and is
answered with scholarships

The joy of learning—
a life-long experience


Education is a life-long process, not something which can
contained within the walls of any school, however distinguis
It is as much a territory for adults as children — there is
limit on curiosity. Pity the person who truly believes that
she has nothing mote to learn, because that person has ce
People learn by a variety of methods. Book-leamii
course, chief among them — as is the interchange of:
facts among people, teacher to pupil, pupil tolef.*
mostly, people learn by opening themselves to 1110-
them, by allowing their senses to interpret .
leaving their pores open, metaphoricalIY:
that nature and art and erudition have 4'
Whether your interests lie in cdis,'
specific areas, or whether you
are enthralled by everything
the world has to' offer, there's
one precept always to keep in
mind: There is nothing so
small it's not worth learning,
nothing so large, it's not worth

believe it."
:the Student rifle money sources. A modest
Mary Ann Maxin, Execu-
additional computer process-
ing fee is required at the time
I, said that
the student sends in his or her
, hundreds
application form.
ents have
Applicants can often qualify
ips ranging for privately-donated college
A000 a year funds in the Scholarship
ii Scholarship
Search data base, because cer-
tain eligibility factors are im-
portant, such as: religion, eth-
f awards
nic background, career
interest, college majors, extra-
;1t)00 computer-
curricular school or civic ac-
Ictid bank con-
tivities, parents unions, mill-
:40itor awards,
rary service, etc.
:4!0te I y- funded
She said, "Millions and
hii*ttt) sources
of dollars of school
... dfitrust funds,
aid have gone unclaimed and --
s; ; religious
the past 10 years,
and social
because the money was not
,:•:41.n ions,
are es-
sential to fidd the myriad of
vailable scholarships.
atching a high school
r or senior with a scholar-
manually would be virtu-
impossible, especially
n dealing with hundreds
thousands of students,
each one very, very dif-


Perfect pi

Capturing the spirit of surer
mer in photographs can be
easy as frolicking in the sun
when you follow a few simpl
tips on picture-taking.
No matter how ideal .t .
lighting and other conditio0
ultimately the quality of
pictures depends on th*.:
you handle your came
Although many o
new cameras are e
what appears in the
is the result of how y
pose the shot.
One of the greatest adv
rages of an instant camera
that you can see your results
immediately. You can tell
right away when you took the
time to compose a shot in the
viewfinder or when you need
to try again.
The new Kodamatic970L

'9 said the Council has
ii.hiikthan 100,000 stu-
IS,M.:Ite: W1,12 years, lo-
1,40.Ces of college

for information

... Mg:

e for
5 spc-

: information and assist-
m . tracking down money
011ege, write to . . . Stu-
. 41i Assistance Council Col-
lege Funds at their new ad-
dress, 800 Huyler Street,
Teterboro, NJ 07608, enclos-
ing .51.00 to cover postage and
"Cole wrote. And he was
answered ... good!" Maxin

for fall '82

Welcome to the wi


dyper- brights to blend with
:before, sportwear.
You'll also find the newest
m up by stripes, Fair Isle and jacquard
hionable sweater patterns in both
for acrylic and wool blends.
Different lengths in legwar-
enney is mers are also at JCPenney.
.4eCtion of The classic over-the-knee
:possible dancer style is joined this sea-
hal need son by a shorter version that
sailor pal- stops at the knee and may be
tones, cuffed over the top of your
oltage • boots.

Rough and rugged, alway
ready, the American cowbo
is a "superhero" unique,
American culture. With,: .
wide open, western plaids.
his proving ground, he iSa•
nowned for his courage
fortitude in the face of dangtic
To preserve the memory,
these western ehampions.p
the past and honor the he

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