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March 30, 1984 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-30

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Friday, March 30, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli infant
in U.S. seeks
liver donor

New York (JTA) —
Chaya Cohen, 19 months
old, of Natanya, has cancer
of the liver and the baby's
parents, Israel and Nurit
Cohen, are appealing for
help in getting a suitable
liver donor, according to
Rabbi Chaim Zelikovitz of
Long Beach, N.Y.
Rabbi Zelikovitz is one of
a number of rabbis and doc-
tors in the New York met-
ropolitan area who have es-
tablished the Baby Chaya
Fund to defray costs for the
operation and to find a suit-
able donor. Liver trans-
plants are not done in Is-
. rael.
The baby and her father
arrived in New York last
weekend and are staying at
the home of Rabbi
Zelikovitz. Her mother was
scheduled to arrive in New
York this week. They will
then fly to the University of
Minnesota Hospital in
Minneapolis for an opera-
tion. Chaya was referred by
Hadassah Hospital in
Jerusalem after all at-
tempts at treatment in Is-
rael were unsuccessful and
no suitable donor could be
found, Zelikovitz said.

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Histad-
rut has predicted that
120,000 Israelis- — nine
percent of the country's 1.3
million-member work force,
will be unemployed by the
end of this year. The Man-
ufacturers Association
however, rejected the fore-
cast.
A spokesman for the
industrialists said projected
unemployment figures were
much lower and that there
is actually a shortage of
labor in some industries.
According to Gideon
Ben-Israel, head of Histad-
rut's Organization Depart-
ment, about 30,000 young
people who enter the work
force each year may not be
able to find jobs. The His-
tadrut official spoke in ad-
vance of a three-day inter-
national seminar on labor
relations and unemploy-
ment which opened at Tel
Aviv University this week.

Aid boost
for Israel

Washington (JTA) —
Sena Charles Percy (R-I11.)
chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Commit-
tee, has announced that he
will introduce a resolution
to increase the economic aid
to Israel in 1985 to $1.1 bil-
lion, $350 million more
than the Reagan Adminis-
tration has proposed.
The House Foreign Af-
fairs Committee had earlier
approved this increase. All
the economic aid would be
in the form 'of a grant, as
would be the $1.4 billion Is-
rael is to receive in military
aid.
Sen. Rudy Boshwitz (R.
Minn.) said Percy's support
improves the chances that
Congress will adopt the
appropriation.

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