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September 19, 1986 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-19

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Since 1949

Friday, September 19, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

erecting buildings to house
future industries in the ad-
ministered territories was ap-
proved last week by the Ex-
ecutive of the Commerce and
Industry Ministry's Invest-
ment Center, despite objec-
tions by the Ministry of
Economics and Planning.
Most of the approved sum —
$4.981 — was designated for
expanding existing construc-
tions.
Moshe Dovrat,al of the
Ministry of Econothics and
Planning, charged that the
approval was politically
motivated. The Executive is
headed by Yoram Belisoov-
sky, Acting Director-General
of the Ministry of Industry
and Commerce, which is
headed by Ariel Sharon of
Likud.
Dovrat said the investment
was disproportionate to the
number of residents in the
areas. Whereas other parts of
the country lack buildings for
industry and other assistance
for troubled plants, he said,
the government now pours
money into the industry in
the territories, which is essen-
tially primitive.
"This is an artificial way of
creating a supply of buildings
in the territories, thus pro-
motng the transfer of Jewish
industries from Israel proper
to the West Bank, and indir-
ectly encouraging Jewish set-
tlements in the territories,"
Dvorat charged.
The Ministry of Industry
and Trade said the allocations
approved were only a small
part of an overall $28 million
allocated to support the in-
dustries all over the country.
Haareti reported that
senior officials of the Labor
Party were concerned over
the attempt of "the heads of
the Likud to create facts,
before the transfer of the
Prime Ministership to Yit-
zhak Shamir" next month.
Haaretz reported that
Prime Minister Shimon Peres
was enraged when he heard
that Shamir intended to ap-
point, after the rotation,
Minister-Without-Portfolio
Yosef Shapira of Morasha as
Minister in charge of diaspora
Jewry and Jewish settle-
ments in Eretz Yisrael. Ontiel
Schneller, the secretary of the
Council of Jewish Settle-
ments in the Territories, is
reportedly to be appointed as
Shamir's advisor on settle-
ments.
The paper quoted senior
Ministers in the Labor Party
that any additional functions
in the government must be
approved by the coalition
partners.
Regarding the Schneller ap-
pointment, the Labor sources
said it was quite clear to the
Likud partners that the issue

of settlements would remain
under the responsibility of
Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin.
"Shamir's ideas amount to
an attempt to turn the Na-
tional unity government after
October 15 into a Likud
government," the Ministers
said, according to Haaretz.

Israeli Invents
New Car Air
Conditioner

Jerusalem (JTA) — A new
Israeli car air conditioner re-
quires no operating costs and
is no strain on the car's
motor, unlike conventional
car cooling systems, accord-
ing to reports last week.
The new patented air condi-
tioner, invented by Prof.
Mordecai Sokolov of lel Aviv
University's Engineering
faculty, runs on wasted
engine hear and cools the car
interior by a process Sokolov
refers to as an ejector re-
frigeration cycle.
Conventional car air condi-
tioners consume ten to twen-
ty percent of the car's fuel
and put a considerable strain
on the motor, whereas the
new system, which can be
used in all cars with 1300 cc
or larger engines, needs no
additional fuel.

Jews Urge
Terrorism Fight

Paris (JTA) — Jewish lead-
ers from 20 countries urged the
Western nations to wage all-
out war against international
terrorism including strikes at
terrorist bases wherever they
are.
The call for action was made
at an urgent session of the
European Jewish Congress
convened by Edgar Bronfman,
president of the World Jewish
Congress, to implement meas-
ures for security and protection
of synagogues and Jewish in-
stitutions in Europe as the
High Holy Days approach.

Sharon Visit
Causes Furor

Washington; D.C. — An un-
official visit to Istanbul in July
by Israel's Minister of Trade
Ariel Sharon, was revealed by
an Istanbul newspaper after
his departure, with the head-
line: "The Human Butcher
Was Here."
Sharon reportedly traveled
on a tourist passport using a
false name. He was accom-
panied by family and personal
security guards. Istanbul
police provided tight security.
Sharon went to Istanbul to
attend a relative's wedding.

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