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January 24, 1986 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-24

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12 Friday, January 24, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Karyn Kupcinet International Science School

The Weizmann Institute of Science

Rehovot, Israel

The Weizmonn Institute of Science's annual Karyn Kupcinet
International Science School is accepting a small number
of science students (from second year) from overseas for
the summer of 1986 to participate in research projects in
mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology.

A modest stipend and dormitory-style accommodation
near the campus ore provided.

No travel funds ore available.

Applications are available at The Office of American
Committee for The Weizmann Institute of Science, 515
Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022 (212-752-1300)

Completed applications should be returned before February 15, 1986.

BE A PIRT OF TOMORROW — TODAY

DR. BESSIE F. LAWRENCE
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCIENCE INSTITUTE

of the
WEIZMANN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE
Rehovot, Israel

A once-in-a-lifetime experience in Israel
for outstanding science-oriented high school
upperclassmen from around the world

JULY 7 - AUGUST 7, 1986

Laboratory

work utilizing state-of-the-art equipment
* Classes and lectures by world-renowned scientists
' Week-long field study

Cost: $1300 (Plus airfare)

Information and applications:
American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Scien -ce
515 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10022 (212) 752-1300

8herwaDd &midi
January Forecas
A Blizzard of
On all of Their
Fabulous rutinit r

Henredon Century
Ello Flair Directional
Emerson Leather

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel's cost
of living index rose by a low 1.3
percent during December. It was
the lowest December Col in-
crease in 10 years.
Although it was slightly
higher than the one percent
forecast by Finance Minister
Yitzhak Modai, he hailed it as
an indication of the success of

the economic package deal
which has kept down prices and
wage increases and lowered the
annual inflation rate last year
to 160 percent, far below the

nearly 300 percent in recent'
years.
Low monthly increases are
anticipated for the next three
months before the start of the
financial year on April 1 heralds

new wage agreements which are
being negotiated.
During the five months since
the package 'deal was intro-
duced, costs have risen by 14
percent — an annual inflation
rate of 37 percent.
Energy Minister Moshe
Shahal announced that the cost
of electricity and fuel oil for in-
dustry would be reduced.
But Modai said he would not
sign the price reduction order
because it had been decided by
Shahal sitting alone as the
Ministerial Price Committee.
Shahal retorted that his order
was legal as he had summoned
the meeting at a time conven-
ient to Moday- and the others,
and he was not responsible if
they did not show up in time.

War Hero
Gets Visa

Paris (JTA) — Marek Edel-
man, 64, one of the leaders of
the Warsaw Ghetto uprising,
has been 'allowed to emigrate
from Poland and will settle in

plus many others!

France. French goveinment
spokesman Georgina Dufoix an-
nounced last week that Edel-
man, a surgeon, will join his
wife who has been living in
France for the last ten years.
Edelman, at the time a young
medical student, helped organize
and then led the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising.' He was one of the
handful of survivors who man-
aged to flee the ghetto through
the city's sewers and escape.
After the war he finished his
studies and then worked as a
surgeon, mainly in his native
city of Poznan.
Although he tried to steer
away from politics he became
one of the main spiritual leaders
of the Solidarity movement. He

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was imprisoned in 1976 for his
statements in favor of Solidarity
and its leader Lech Walesa. A
wave of protests throughout the
world and' inside Poland itself
against the imprisonment of a
war hero forced the government
to set him free a few days later.
His wife left Poland at that time
and has since been living unob-
trusively in France. It is be-
lieved that President Francois

Mitterrand personally pleaded
his case during his meeting last

month in Paris with Gen. Wok
cich Jaruz
' elski.

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