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March 02, 1984 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-02

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for social and cultural proj-
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some $6 million. Among the
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tory by the Iranian forces
would be more dangerous
for Israel than if the Iraqis
win the Persian Gulf war,
Abba Eban, former Israeli
foreign minister said here.
Vowing preference for
neither side in the bloody
four-year-old conflict, he
said he did not want to see
Israel become the prime
target for an irredentist
Shiite Islam led by Iran's
Ayatollah Khomeini.
Such a prospect made it
all the more important for
Israel to withdraw from
southern Lebanon and so
avoid having to rule the half
a million Shiites living in
that area, Eban said.
Such a withdrawal, he
argued, would have to in-
volve a security arrange-
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Idan, Tsofar and Paran.
Each of these centers will
cost $150,000.
• A large theater in
Merkaz Sapir — to serve
the entire Arava region.
The sum earmarked for
this: half a million dol-
lars.
• Swimming pools in the
kibutzim Telalim and Re-
tamim and Moshav Kadesh
Barnea.
• A new live-in facility in
the Sde Boker College
($300,000).
• A regional sports
facility
in
Tamar
($450,000).
• Eight day nurseries at
the Eihkol Regional
Authority.
• A youth club in Mitzpe
Rimon ($400,000).
• Enlargement of the
community center in Di-
mona ($250,000.)

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TORONTO (JTA) — The
League for Human Rights of
Bnai Brith Canada has
urged the Canadian federal
government to name Raoul
Wallenbeig, the Swedish
diplomat who saved some
100,000 Hungarian Jews
during the Nazi occupation
of that country, an honorary
citizen of Canada.
Despite a Soviet claim in
1957 that Wallenberg died
of a heart attack in prison
10 years earlier, reports
that he is alive have sur-
faced as recently as 1978.
In 1983, the United
States named Wallenberg
an honorary citizen, only
the second time it had ac-
corded a foreigner that
honor. The first was
Winston Churchill.

Herzog Plans
Britain Visit

LONDON (JTA) —
Chaim Herzog, Belfast-born
president of Israel, will visit
Britain next month with his
wife. Although the visit is
not official, the couple will
meet with the Queen.
There is speculation that
the couple will also visit the
Irish Republic.

MDA Aids in Hotel Fire

Friday, March 2, 1984 41

Ethics Queried

BEERSHEVA — The fact
that 100 abortions are per-
formed each day in Israel
points to the lack of
adequate medical ethics
education, according to Dr.
Immanuel Jakobovits,
Chief Rabbi of Great Brit-
ain, who spoke at Ben-
Gurion University of the
Negev recently.

Radio Schedule

JERUSALEM — Kol Is-
rael Radio Was published a
new schedule of short wave
Ten Magen David Adorn ambulances and 35 MDA radio broadcasts.
volunteers and staffers participated in rescue opera-
For a free schedule, write
tions during the fire last month at the Moriah Hotel on Kol Israel, P.O. Box 1082,
the Dead Sea.
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