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January 16, 1987 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-16

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SUMMER 1987 IN ISRAEL AWARDS

The Meyer and Nathan Fishman Family Foundation announces five
51,300 awards to outstanding High School students from the 10th-12th
grades in the Tri-County area of Greater Detroit who will spend the
summer of 1987 in Israel. Applicants must be enrolled in Jewish High
School. They will be judged by academic achievement, leadership
and community service. Financial need will also be considered.

These Israel awards are administered by the Jewish Educators Council
of Metropolitan Detroit. Application forms are available from Jewish
educators or the Council of Metropolitan Detroit. Application forms are
available from Jewish educators or the Council's past president, Dr.
Gerald A. Teller, United Hebrew Schools, 21550 W. Twelve Mile Road,
Southfield, Michigan 48076. Applications must be received by Dr. Tel-
ler no later than Friday, February 20, 1987.

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Friday, January 16, 1987

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NEWS

Sharon Blasts
Government

Jerusalem (JTA) — Arie:'
Sharon sharply criticized thE
Labor-Likud unity coalitior
government in which he serves
as Minister of Commerce an:
Industry Sunday night and,
told a rally of 200 members
his own Herut Party that theft
leadership was "paralyzed."
Sharon, an outspoken Likud
hardliner who advocates masj
sive Jewish settlement of the
administered territories, de
rided the unity government on
that issue. He said this was thE
first year since the 1967 Six
Day War that no budget haE
been allocated to purchase
land in the territories.
Speaking at the Tel Aviv
Fairgrounds, he demanded the
sort of education that would
make Israeli youngsters proud
Jews.
The Tel Aviv Fairgrounds
was the site nearly two years
ago of an aborted Herut con
vention. The convention broke
up in chaos as a result of a
power struggle for party lead-,
ership between Yitzhak
Shamir, then Foreign Minis
ter, and Deputy Premier and
Housing Minister David Levy .
Sharon's faction aligned itself
at the time with Levy.

Scientists Fight
Tomato Disease

Jerusalem — The virus that
is blamed for significant dani
age to Israeli tomato crop
yields and is one of the reasons
for the current shortage of to
matoes in the Israeli market
has been described for the first
time by scientists at the He-
brew University of Jerusalem
Most of the damage has oc-,
curred in the Jordan Valle;
one of the most important
winter tomato-growing
regions in Israel.
Following the isolation (us-
ing genetic engineering tech-
niques) of the virus, whia
causes the disease known as
tomato yellow leaf curl, the
scientists are studying the
structure and ways in which
the virus functions in order tc,
create tomato plants that will
be able to withstand the dis-
ease.-
One of the results from thE
research is that it is now possii
ble to identify those plants that
}mile been infected by tomato
yellow leaf curl even before the
damaging signs are visible. It
is also possible to identify
virus in the insect which
spreads the disease.
The tomato yellow leaf curl
virus causes heavy losses tc,
tomato growers in the Middle)
East, and the danger exists of it
spreading to southern Europei
The ways the disease can
combatted are by spraying,
which is extremely expensive,'
or by development of new, re-
sistant strains of tomato
plants. Despite experimental
work over the last 20 years, a
plant which is resistant to the'
disease has yet to be developed

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