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June 03, 1983 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ZOA to Host Young Adult
Summer Mission to Israel

Doctors' Strike Continues
as Negotiations Break Off

A young leadership mis-
sion to Israel, sponsored by
the Zionist Organization of
America, will take place
Aug. 8-24, announced Irv-
ing Laker, president of the
Metro Detroit ZOA District.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Ef-
forts to settle Israel's three
month-old doctors' strike
suffered a setback this week
when representatives of the
8,500 publicly-employed
physicians broke off negoti-
ations with government
representatives early Tues-
day morning after 30 hours
of talks.
A spokesman for the Is-
rael Medical Association
said the employers made no
new offers and the doctors
were not prepared to con-
tinue "useless talks."
The employers are the
government, represented by
the Treasury, Kapat Holim,
the Histadrut sick fund and
representatives of Hadas-
sah Hospital in Jerusalem.
They had hoped that three

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teers for Israel has estab-
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Dutch Prosecutor Sees End
to Trials for Former Nazis

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Paul Brilman, the public

prosecutor, believes
chances are slim that many
more Dutch war criminals
will be tried and sentenced
in Holland in the years
ahead.

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Brilman, who is in charge
of the search for and pros-
ecution of persons who
committed war crimes in
The Netherlands in collab-
Oration with the Nazi oc-
cupiers during World War
II, expressed his views in a
television panel discussion
Sunday. The discussion was
prompted by the acquittal
last Friday of Albert Talens
who was a "kapo" (inmate
leader) at the Kaufbeuren
Riederloh forced labor camp
near Dachau.
Talens, the only non-Jew
in his section, was charged
with crimes against human-
ity and especially cruel be-
havior toward his fellow
Jewish inmates. But lie was
acquitted by a special tri-
bunal sitting in a Maas-
tricht District Court for lack
of conclusive evidence. Sev-
eral of the prosecution wit-
nesses gave testimony in
conflict with what they had
given during a preliminary
hearing.

Jewish Students
Climb at Penn

PHILADELPHIA (JTA)
— The Jewish Campus Ac-

tivities Board (JCAB) has
reported that the number of
Jewish students at
Pennsylvania University
has increased nearly 800
percent since 1946 when the
Hillel Foundation was set
up.
The Hillel Foundation is
serving a student popula-
tion estimated as 6,000 —
close to 40 percent of the
total student _body, the
JCAB reported.

Yordim Return

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
Aliya Department of the
World Zionist Organization
believes that 3,000 Israelis
will return to Israel from
the U.S. in 1983.
In 1982, 1,515 yordim re-
turned to Israel, compared
to 917 in 1981. The Israelis
believe that unemployment
in the U.S. is contributing to
the trend.
The number of Israelis
who left the country in 1982
was 7,400, compared to
17,000 in 1981.

days of intensive negotia-
tions last weekend would
bring a settlement.
Meanwhile, Histad-
rut's Kupat Holim clinics,
closed by the strike, were
partially re-opened last
week. About 1,600 of the
2,500 doctors employed
by Kupat Holim agreed to
treat chronically ill
patients and emergency
cases two days a week.
Others will continue to be
treated, for a fee, at alterna-
tive clinics set up by the doc-
tors when the strike began.
The clinics raised their fees
Tuesday to 900 Shekels
(over $20), an increase of 50
percent.

Friday, June 3, 1983 11

Education Seminar in July

NEW YORK — Alarming
divorce rates and increasing
levels of intermarriage and
Jewish family education to
address these problems are

the topic of an Inter-
Disciplinary Institute July
10-15 at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America.

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