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April 11, 1986 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-11

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NEWS

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Prime
Minister Shimon Peres 'returned
home last week from his three
days of talks with U.S. officials
in Washington and with Jewish
leaders in New York, apparent-
ly well satisfied with his meet-
ings there.
He told a press conference
that the atmosphere in the
Washington meetings had been
friendly and very exhilerating,
hinting that there were more
possibilities of advancement
towards peace than is generally .
recognized.
He said that U.S. vice-Pres-
ident George Bush would pro-
bably visit Israel in July.
In a statement, Peres said, "I
spent three days in the United
States. The visit was in two
parts: In Washington and New
York — in Washington chiefly
with the Administration, in New
York chiefly with the Jews.
"In Washington the main
topics were the economic task
force, with the State Depart-
ment holding a luncheon for all
the leaders of the team and the
Secretary of State declaring his
unequivocal support for aid for
expanding economic activity
with and for Israel, his support
for growth and for stabilizing
the economy.
"Naturally we discussed the
general situation in the Middle
East, including the idea of
developing an economic plan for
the entire Middle East with the
participation of the Europeans,
the Japanese and others.

Israel Charts
Population
Changes

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Jewish population increased in
northern Israel and in the
Jerusalem district last year,
although the Tel Aviv district
remains the most heavily pop-
ulated with some 1,017,000
million people, nearly a *quarter
of the country's population, liv-
ing there, according to pre-
liminary demographic data for
1985, released here last week.
Israel's population at the end
of last year was estimated at
4.26 million of whom approx-
imately 3.51 million are Jews
and nearly 750,000 non-Jews. In
the northern district, the
population increased by 2.1 per-
cent in 1985 and, stands at
706,000. In the Jerusalem
district, the rate of increase was
two percent and the population
is about 505,000. In the Tel
Aviv district, the population in-
creased by only 0.3 percent.

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