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December 11, 1987 - Image 80

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-11

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BUSINESS OR VACATION

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All tour rates are from Detroit and are subject to change without notice. Rates for travel to Nassau after January 21,1988 will be higher.
Similar hotels may be substituted. Rates are per person, double occupancy; U.S. Departure Tax is included. Seats and accommodations are
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1987

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Arab-Owned
Electric Co.
Loses Clients

Jerusalem (JTA) — Thir-
teen Jewish neighborhoods in
Jerusalem that have received
their electric power from the
Arab-owned Jerusalem Dis-
trict Electric Co. for the past
20 years last Monday were
linked to the Israel Electric
Corporation's national power
grid.
The switch went smoothly
despite the Arab utility's
refusal to cooperate. More
than 300 IEC employees car-
ried out the carefully plann-
ed operation, watched by
some 1,000 border police who
were mobilized for the occa-
sion.
The Jewish neighborhoods
were built since the 1967 Six-
Day War. They received their
power from the Arab company
under a 60-year-old conces-
sion dating from the British
Mandate. The concession,
which permits the Arab corn-
pany to serve other com-
munities, expires at the end
of this month. The Knesset
voted to extend the concession
for 12 years on condition that
the Arab company reduce its
number of clients to overcome
its $25 million debt.

Israel-Greece
Ties Predicted

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
establishment of full
diplomatic relations between
Greece and Israel is expected
in the next few months, as a
result of the three-day visit
here by Greek Foreign
Minister Karolos Papoulias,
last week.
That impression was rein-
forced by Papoulias at his
meetings with Prime Min-
ister Yitzhak Shamir and
Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres. He also told Palesti-
nian readers from the West
Bank that ties would be im-
proved between Greece and
Israel, though not at the ex-
pense of traditional Greek
support of the Palestinian
cause, the leaders who met
with him said.
Papoulias is the first senior
member of the Greek Cabinet
to come to Israel. He reported-
ly told Shamir at their
private meeting that the time
has come for Greece to extend
de jure recognition to Israel
and the matter will be dis-
cussed by his government
shortly. At present, Greece
recognizes Israel only de fac-
to. Each country has a lega-
tion in the other headed by a
minister.

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