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December 27, 1985 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-27

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THE-DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 27, 1985

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and Gaza who were prevented this
week by Israel from going to
Amman to meet with PLO leader
Yassir Arafat. The group had met
last month with Richard Murphy,
Assistant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern and South Asian
Affairs, who had encouraged
them to urge Arafat to accept UN
Security Council Resolutions 242
and 338.
The group should have taken
into consideration the political
realities in Israel, the official said.
"You don't advertise you are
going to meet with Arafat if you
want to cross the (Jordan) River,"
he said. "That doesn't mean you
can't meet with Arafat. Just don't
talk about it."

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Three year-
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for a life-saving liver transplant
operation was interrupted last
week when the child's condition
suddenly worsened, forcing his
plane to make an unscheduled
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rushed to a hospital.
The youngster from Migdal

Haemek was reported to be in sta-
ble condition at Kings College
Hospital, which specializes in
liver ailments. He left Israel at
midnight Dec. 18 accompanied by
his father and Dr. Yehezkel
Weissman, of Bellinson Hospital
who has been treating the boy.
Dr. Weissman told Israel Radio
that Meir was running a slight
temperature and was bleeding
when he was taken aboard the El
Al place.
He was treated in flight with
drugs and blood plasma but his
condition did not improve and
Weisman thought it better to land
at London than continue the long
flight across the Atlantic. He said
the bleeding has been stopped but
it will be up to doctors at Kings
College Hospital to decide if and
when the patient could resume
the flight to New York and thence
to a Pittsburgh hospital where the
transplant surgery is to be per-
formed.
Weisman said he thought Meir
might have to stay for a week or
two at the London Hospital where
doctors can administer tests and
treatment to prepare him for the
journey.

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Awards Listed

New York (JTA) — A movie on
the effects of a lynching on a rural
black family and a videodocumen-
tary on the lifestyle of a Sikh
farming community in California
are winners of first prizes in the
Dore Schary Awards for Human
Relations Film and Video Produc-
tions.
The contest for college students
is sponsored by the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith in memory of the late wri-
ter, producer and director who
was ADL chairman from 1963 to
1970.



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