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December 24, 1982 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-24

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Friday, December 24, 19132 3

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Carnegie-Mellon
Official Honored
at Bond Dinner

NEW YORK — More •
than $4 million in Israel
Bond securities were pur-
chased at a dinner in
Pittsburgh on Dec. 6 at
which Dr. Richard M. Cyert,
president of Carnegie-
Mellon University, was
honored as "man of the
year." U.S. Sen. Edward
Kennedy (D-Mass.) was the
principal speaker.
Dr. Cyert received the
Bond Organization's Israel
Peace Medal in -recognition
of his "noteworthy leader-
ship in Carnegie-Mellon
University's Israel Bond-
Matching Gift Program,
which has provided educa-
tional -aid for deserving
American students' and
economic support for the'-
state of Israel."
Under the terms of the
program, the university
matches each gift of an Is-
rael Bond with the purchase
of a similar bond and holds
both bonds as part of its
endowment.

Firm Purchases
Center Passes

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PLAINVIEW, N.Y. (JTA)
— An agreement between
one of the United _Jewish
YMHAs of Long Island —
the Mid-Island Y of Plain-
view — and a local corpora-
tion, making available to
the corporation's staff and
customers the Y's health
and cultural facilities, has
been reported by Alfred
Levy, United JewiSh Ys
president.
The format of the ar-
rangement is 'a three-year
grant of $15,000 by the
Areoflex Laboratories of
Plainview to the United
-Jewish Ys. Eight passes will
be provided to the firm.

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Americari-Made
Helicopters
Sold to Iraq

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Hostage Wins
His Libel Suit

LOS ANGELES — Jerry
Plotkin, an American civi-
lian who was one of the hos-
tages in Iran in 1979-1980,
, has won a $60 million libel
suit against two reporters
and the Daily News of Los
Angeles.
The reporters refused to
name their sources for their
story that Plotkin was sus-
pected of dealing in drugs
when he was in Iran.
r, Attorneys for the Daily
- News said they would ap-
peal the libel decision.

21/2-YEARS*

11 . 515% 10.75% 1'0 _ ; . ,33% 9. 70%

CULVER CITY, Calif. —
Iraq has agreed to the pur-
chase of 60 commercial
- helicopters frOm. a Califor-
nia firm.
The single-engine copters
are being sold strictly for
flight training, transporta-
tion and agriCultural pur-
poses, according to an offi-
cial of Hughs Helicopters
Inc: -the $25 Million deal
will include temporary
transfer of some Hughs em-
ployees to the Middle East
for training duties.

.

'Substantial penalty for early, withdrawal.
.. •
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