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New York (JTA) — A 75-
year old Westchester County
man accused of war crimes and
collaborating with the Nazis
during World War II was pro-
vided entry into the United
States nearly 30 years ago by
the Central Intelligence
Agency, despite agency knowl-
edge of his past activities, it
was disclosed here last week
by The Village Voice.
According to an article in
The Village Voice, Mykola
Lebed of Yonkers, New York,
was brought into the country
in 1948 under an assumed
name and was subsequently
given permanent residence
under Section 8 of the CIA Act
of 1949, which allows the CIA
to bring 100 individuals a year
to the U.S. for national secur-
ity reasons regardless of their
The Justice Department's
Office of Special Investiga-
tions is reportedly looking into
Tel Aviv (JTA) — An 11-mile,
$20 million conveyor belt is
under construction to transport
potash from the Dead Sea, the
lowest point on the earth's sur-
face, to a railhead from where it
will be carried by train to the
Mediterranean port of Ashdod
for loading aboard ships bound
for European and American
markets. Potash is used primar-
ily in agriculture and is Israel's
principal raw materials export.
The 1.7 million tons of potash
extracted annually from the
Dead Sea works at Sdom is pre-
sently carried by truck to the
railhead at Mishor Rotem on a
plateau between Arad and Di-
mona in the Negev. The con-
veyor belt will speed up trans-
portation and reduce expenses.
The system is expected to be
in operation by January, 1987
and will reduce the cost of
transporting Dead Sea potash by
more than $5 million a year.
New York — The Synagogue
Council of America has asked
Conservative, Orthodox and Re-
form congregational rabbis to
paiticiate in an emergency
meeting called by Prime Minis-
ter Shimon Peres, Feb. 24-27 to
mobilize U.S. and Canadian
synagogues in increasing
tourism to Israel.
"Increased tourism is one an-
swer to terrorism", said Rabbi
Henry D. Michelman, the SCA's
executive vice president. "More
synagogues must-be mobilized to
provide the numbers needed to
shore up Israel's economy and to
bring tourism to new. levels."
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