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December 10, 1982 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-10

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28 Friday, December 10, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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• We use old fashioned hand methods to clean your draperies and
• finish them. Whatever painstaking method it takes to do your work,
• we do without cutting corners.



• DRAPERIES • BEDSPREADS • BLANKETS

(Cleaned or Laundered)


WINDOW SHADES • LAMPSHADES • PILLOWS

VENETIAN BLINDS (Cleaned, retaped & re-corded)

ANY OTHER ITEMS YOU MAY HAVE — IF IT CAN BE

CLEANED,
WE'LL CLEAN IT AND CLEAN IT PROPERLY





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Agreement Topic of Study

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LONDON — A study of
the history and results of
the Luxembourg Agree-
ment has been published by
the World Jewish Congress'
Institute of Jewish Affairs
(IJA) in London.
The agreement, which
was enacted by Germany
last September, provides
partial reparation for mate-
rial damage incurred by
Jews during the National
Socialist Regime.
The author of the study,
Dr. Stephen Roth, em-
phasizes its far-reaching
significance. The study "es-
tablished the principle that
wrongs must be redressed
and that nobody, least of all
the perpetrator, is allowed
to benefit from crimes. This

ethical norm is of iMpor-
tance not only to the Jewish
people . . . but to all poten-
tial persecuted minorities
and groups, and thus to hu-
manity as a whole," accord-
ing to Dr. Roth.
The study assesses the re-
sults of the agreement. The
grand total of the compen-
sation program, which is
not yet concluded, is esti-
mated at 89.392 billion
marks (approximately $45
billion).

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WASHINGTON — Dr.
William Korey, director of
policy research for the In-
ternational Council of Bnai
Brith and an authority on
human rights and Soviet
Jewish affairs, has been
named guest scholar at the
Woodrow Wilson Interna-
tional Center for Scholars.

Buying Power

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
The Central Bank of Israel
reports that, despite infla-
tion ; Israelis had an in-
crease in real purchasing
power of 14 percent in 1981.

Abdurezk Film
on Beirut Action
Cited by PLO

WASHINGTON — The
Palestine Liberation
Organization has cited a
film on the Israeli bombing
of Beirut produced and nar-
rated by former U.S. Sena-
tor James Abourezk as "the
best documentary on the
Middle East" at a documen-
tary film festival in East
Germany.
The film,. "Report from
Beirut: Summer of '82," was
awarded the festival's Hani
Yavnarieh prize, which was
sponsored by the PLO.
Abourezk is currently
chairman of the
American-Arab Anti-
Discrimination Committee
and a lobbyist for Arab
interests in Washington.
Saul Landau, the Emmy
Award-winning film
maker, volunteered to help
edit the film, work for which
he has been criticized by
various Jews in the Hol-
lywood community.

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Changing Poll
on Territories

Master Watchmakers

Korey Named

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JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Since Operation Peace for
Galilee occurred in Lebanon
last summer, more Israelis
say they are willing to con-
cede territory in Judea and
Samaria in exchange for a
peace treaty with Jordan.
The Modiin Ezrachi Re-
search Institute showed
40.9 percent of Israelis in
August would make the
concession, compared to
35.9 percent in June and
29.3 percent in May.
Nearly two-thirds of Is-
raelis oppose establishment
of a Palestinian state or
negotiating with the Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion.

SOLLY ABELS

NY Adviser

HENRY BURSTON

NEW YORK — Dr. Alvin
I. Schiff, executive vice
president of the Board of
Jewish Education of
Greater New York, has
been appointed to the New
York State Education
Commissioner's Advisory
Council on Education for
the Gifted and Talented.

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