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October 12, 1984 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-12

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Knollwood meeting boosts Campaign

7

B'nai B'rith Milan Centre open house Sunday

8

Jewish Book Fair speakers and sponsors are scheduled

78

A Succah sampler

THIS ISSUE 40c

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SERVING DETROIT'S METROPOLITAN JEWISH COMMUNITY -

104

WS

OCTOBER 12, 1984

Reagan
to Peres:

we'll help
with economy

Washington (JTA) — President
Reagan, stressing the United States
commitment to help in "revitalizing
the Israeli economy and putting it on
the road to sustained recovery," an-
nounced Tuesday that he and Israeli
Prerriier Shimon Peres have agreed to
the establishment of a joint economic
development group.
"We have agreed to explore with
Israel ways to enhance its growth and
development prospects through
structural adjustment, increased
trade and investment, as well as
American aid," Reagan said in a
farewell statement in the White House
Rose Garden after a two-hour meeting
with Peres and Foreign Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir.
Reagan said that he and Peres
have also instructed their negotiators
on the Free Trade Area (FTA) between
the two countries to reach an agree-
ment within 30 days. The President -
said this agreement, which he noted
was the first FTA between the United
States and any country, by expanding
Israel's export market to the United
States will be important to help Israel
on the way to economic recovery and it
will also be a boost for the United
States.
Peres stressed that the new unity
government he heads is "determined
to tackle our economic difficulties

Continued on Page 28

The Simon Wiesenthal Center:
State-of-the-art activism
or Hollywood hype?

BY GARY ROSENBLATT

See Story. On Page 14

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