100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

September 06, 1985 - Image 11

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-06

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

01/Mbe......•{M,111,11

rxastnno.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DAVID ROSENMAN

NEWS

Peres Plans To Meet
World Leaders At UN

Jerusalem (JTA) — The 40th
anniversary session of the
United Nations General Assem-
bly in New York later this
month will give Premier Shimon
Peres an opportunity to engage
in personal diplomacy. His aides
say he hopes to meet with 15
heads of government, in addi-
tion to President Reagan.
High on his list are the lead-
ers of India, Poland and Hun-
gary, countries which have no
diplomatic relations with Israel.
Peres also hopes for a summit
meeting with Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak, pos-
sibly during the General As-
sembly session. His aides say
that would depend on the status
of the Taba dispute at the time.
Egypt has repeatedly indi-
cated that it will not agree to a
summit unless and until Israel
agrees to submit the Taba issue
to arbitration. There is little
chance that Peres will meet
with King Hussein of Jordan,
even in a social context as
guests at the same reception.
Hussein reportedly has reacted
cooly to hints from Washington
in that direction.

In other diplomatic news,
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir will leave for Japan
next weekend on the first offi-
cial visit to that country by an
Israeli diplomat of his rank. He
will take with him high hopes
that his trip will lead to a sig-
nificant warming of relations
with Japan in the areas of busi-
ness and commerce as well as
diplomacy.
Shamir, who also serves as
deputy premier, will be accom-
panied by several prominent Is-
raeli industrialists, among them
the directors general of Tadiron,
Israel's electronic giant, and
El-Op, another high-tech com-
pany.
While in Tokyo he will confer
with Foreign Minister Shintaro
Abe and Prime Minister Yasuh-
iro Nakasone. There is a possi-
bility he may be received by
Emperor Hirohito but there is
no final word on that yet.
And in Bonn, Wilhelm Haas,
a 54 year-old career diplomat,
has been named to replace Nils
Hansen as West Germany's
Ambassador to Israel.

Friday, September 6, 1985 11

Taking '86 Orders For Early Delivery!

ART for your
OFFICE
Introducing .

A
ism

r

FREE .. .

Buying your next new car can be a
pleasant and money-saving experience!

FIELD ART
STUDIO

(343) 854-9700

All Makes... American & Imports
IN-STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

2646 Coolidge Hwy. (S. of 12 Mile)
Berkley
399-1320 or 399-1327

Hrs. 9-5 Mon. Sat.

Top dollar paid for your trade - in!
31471 Northwestern Hwy • Farmington Hills, MI

-

p-zrwaorwmayse...x.

PIIRCHASIERS

New & Used Car Broker

Consultation in your office.
• Delivery • Installation
For information call

60

MUM

f.v,

SMART MONEY
NOWS WHO
WE ARE.

12.00%

Bank Hapoalim Prime CD
Comparison of S100 000 interest Rates 1983-1985

11.50%

Coalition Collapse Feared

11.00%

10.50%

The latest public opinion poll
shows both the Labor party and
the Likud have lost popularity
while small parties to their
right and left have gained —
Meir Kahane's Kach party
would gain 11 seats in the
120-member Knesset if elections
were held now.
In the last elections Kach won
only one seat, but according to
the new poll Kahane and his fol-
lowers would become the third
largest party in the house, after
Labor and Likud. The poll was
taken last month by the Modi'in
Ezrachi Public Research Insti-
tute for Maariv.
The poll gives Labor 51 seats,
compared to 53 in polls in May,
June and July (and 40 in the
last elections), and the Likud
only 24 seats (as against 29-30
in the previous polls and 41 in
the elections).

Jerusalem (JTA) — Deputy
Premier and Likud leader Yit-
zhak Shamir has warned the
Labor Party not to trigger the
breakup of the national unity
government while Israel's eco-
nomic recovery is still uncer-
tain.
In a tough speech to Herut
Party members in Tel Aviv last
week Shamir spoke of "persons
and circles in the other camp
who cannot restrain their hatred
from breaking forth ... They
can hardly wait to bring down
the government and (thereby)
disrupt the economic recovery
program."
Shamir pointed out that the
unity government was set up
(almost a year ago) primarily to
rescue Israel from economic col-
lapse. He said if elections were
advanced now, we would have to
start all over again ..."

Schools; Open Despite Rift

Jerusalem (JTA) — The new
school year opened Sunday,
amidst a bitter controversy be-
tween the Education Ministry
and Finance Minister Yitzhak
Modal.
Some 1.25 million children
went to school thanks to a
last-minute agreement between
Education Minister Yitzhak
Navon and the Teachers Union.
The teachers gave up about 1.5
percent of their salaries, in ex-
change for the return of 700 of
the 1,800teachers fired in July.
But as both parties congratu-
lated each other on the agree-
ment, Finance Minister Modal
rushed to announce that he op-
posed the agreement, because it
failed to comply with one of the

,

targets of the government's eco-
nomic policy — to reach a bal-
anced education budget.
In a related development, the
Secretary General of RabbitMeir
Kahane's Kach Movement,
Moshe Neuman, will continue to
be employed by the Education
Ministry, contrary' to an official'
communique by the ministry,
Maar reported Sunday.
The paper said Neuman re-
ceived an official appointment
for the new school year.
Neuman works as a youth
leader in a special project which
involves para-military training
with field education. Following
press reports last month that he
was involved with Kach, he was
summoned for questioning.

4'•

10.00%

9.50%

9.00%

49

8.50%

8.00%

7.50%

9/13/83

12/6/83

2/28/84

Bank Hapoalim 5100,000
3-Month Prime CD

5/22/84

8/14/84

11/6/84

1/22/85 4/23/85
aswassomat

Average of $100,000 3-Month
CD rates offered by four
New York Money Center Banks

The chart speaks for itself. Last year,. Individual customers can even take ad-
you might have earned a higher return vantage of the Prime CD that features
on your CD if you'd purchased a Prime a free bOnus trip to Israel, Paris,
London, or Hawaii.
CD at Bank Hapoalim.
Now that's smart.
Bank Hapoalim, a leading Israeli bank,
offers a unique variety of Prime rate- What are you waiting for? Call a Bank
based CDs for individuals, organiza- Hapoalim CD Specialist today!
tions, and corporations with highly
Make your money smart money.
competitive interest rates.

We're the Bank to talk to.

ank Hapoalint

Member FDIC

174 N. Michigan Ave. • Chicago, II. 60601 • (312) 621-0800
Toll-Free outside of Illinois 1-800-621-2537

at any time without notice.
CD
Substantial penalty for early withdrawal. The Bank reserves the right to stop accepting new Prime COdeposits

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan