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December 28, 1984 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 28, 1984

PRE-TEEN and TEEN LINGERIE








possible the relationship between
Jews and Arabs may further de-
teriorate."
The grant announcement to
Neve Shalom and its School for
Peace pointed to specific problems
facing those teachers, principals
and others who attend the school
for training and informal socializ-
ing. While "they leave with a
greater feeling of tolerance and
mutual respect for the other
group," the foundation added,
"Many graduates find it had to
handle the suspicion and hostility
they sometimes encounter when
they return to their local com-
munities. The lack of follow-up
programs leaves the graduates
feeling frustrated and isolated."
The grant, in turn, is designed
to address this problem by enabl-
ing the school to develop ongoing
Arab-Jewish groups in selected
communities and to train people
to lead them in discussion groups,
research and recreational activi-
ties and Arab language courses.

Israel price
rise slows

Jerusalem (JTA) — The first
time the Central Bureau of Statis-
tics published a measurement of
price rises in a two-week period it
hit the treasury by surprise — it
showed that for the first time in
more than five years, the country
enjoyed several weeks of relative
price stability when the average
price rise in the first two weeks of
this month did not exceed two per-
cent.
This is the first time that the
bureau measured an interim
period of the two weeks in the
same month. Usually, the bureau
published on the 15th of the
month the consumer price index
(CPI) of the previous month.
The new interim index shows
an average price rise of clothing,
furniture and entertainment-
related activities of only two to
three percent. Food prices, not in-
cluding fruits and vegetables,
rose by only 0.6 percent.
Treasury experts estimated
that the CPI of this month would
be between 11 and 13 percent.
However, the moderate rise in the
first two weeks is interpreted as
yet another indication of the suc-
cess of the economic package deal.
It is now estimated that the CPI
for this month will not exceed 10
percent.
This means a drop from a
monthly inflation of 24 percent,
and a boost to current efforts to
introduce a second parcel, once
the present package deal expires
at the beginning of February.

Meir fellows

Jerusalem (JTA) — The He-
brew University has awarded its
first Golda Meir Fellowships to 27
scholars from Israel and eight
foreign countries at ceremonies
marking the sixth anniversary of
the death of the former. Premier.

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