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Page 2, Friday, January 20, 1978, HERITAGE : I rr00i i m i of The Israel Says 'No Exports Up To Egypt Oil Claim JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Minister of Energy Yitzhak Modal has flatly rejected a $2 billion Egyptian claim for oil Israel has extracted from wells in Sinai since the Six- Day War. He told an inter- viewer that the claim has no foundation in international law. Modal expressed hope that the oil drillings in Sinai would not become ari ob- stacle to an Israeli-Egyptima peace settlement. However, he said that Israel would continue drilling oil in Sinai "unless significant changes occur in the negotiations with Egypt." American experts say that the offshore wells in the Gulf of Suez operated by Israel If You Live yield about 10,000 tons every 24 hours, representing one- third of Israel's daily con- sumption and an income of $900,000. The wells have an earning potential of $40 million a year for a period of 20-30 years, the experts say. Begins Join BetarMoshav JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Premier Menachem Begin and his wife, Allza, have ac- cepted membership in Neot Sinai, a moshav in the Rafah salient sponsored by the militant Betar movement. Begin had visited the area in September and said he would like to retire there. Imports Down In Israel JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Israelis were pleased to learn that their exports are up and imports are down by Israel's gross national product increased by one percent last year. According to figures just released, Israel's exports of goods and services rose by 11 percent in 1977. Imports were down by about three percent overall but military imports dropped 25 percent. The GNP rose at a rate of one percent for the third con- secutive year. In 1971 and 1972 the annual rate of in- _crease was 1 ! percent, OUTSIDE Orlando* or Tampa* *subscriptions to all Jewish residents living in Orlando or Tampa have been purchased for 1978 by the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando and the Tampa Jewish Federation• HERITAGE is for You 1 --= -- ammo F m:;,,,= .-u3l  r:v,,,:-- The only weekly newspaper in the area devoted entirely to news of interest to Jewish people... local events, in-depth coverage and analysis of world-wide news, features and photos about people you know you, your family and your neighbors.., background on Jewish issues that affect your everyday life. You won't want to m iss a single issue In Your Mailbox Every Friday of the Year! Subscription rates will increase to $11.00 very soon. If you act NOW, you can receiveHERITAGE for all of 1978 for only $7.50 (saves you nearly 60% over the • cover price, over 30% on the soon-to-be-increased subscription cost). SUBSCRIBE TODAY... 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For rates outgide the U.S. or II Ii Canada, please write or call, with the country requested, n nmmmmmnmnmmmmmmnmmmmmnnmmmJ DEBORA ON'T CO Deborah has vowed to move to Switzerland, and]erusalem toy manufacturer Mitchel Wil liamll keep her here. Last week he floated this message on his handmade g.5-metre gas Jerusalem's King George Street, and despite the wind and a small puncture caused by a refloat his balloon each morning until Deborah changes her mind.. Dallas Soviet Jews 'Normal' In 90 Days DALLAS (JTA) -- Russian Jewish families being reset- tled here are becoming self- sufficient and independent within a 90-day period during which they participate in an active language study program and receive job and casework counseling, the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas has reported. • The Federation News also reported that 20 families, totaling 65 men, women and children were resettled in Dallas in 1977. the report noted that the Soviet Jewish families coming to Dallas THERE J. A DIFFERENCEI have achieved "more than the normal amount of formal education." position stead "Both the men and the women have rather scien- peace might tific backgrounds in such what is, fields as engineering, chemistry and medicine," the News reported... Factors listed in the report for the rapid integration of the Soviet newcomers in- cluded "the hospitality and social contacts" provided, many on a volunteer basis, y synagogues and organizations, including Jewish Family Service, Jewish Vocational Coun- seling Service and Helping Hands, "the service arm of ( the Younger Set of the Federation." 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He informed him that immigrants will be dir- ected to several develop- ment towns in the north, among them Upper Nazareth and Karmiel. The two officials agreed to prepare a three-year plan for the absorption of im- migrants in Galilee. The plan will be part of a com- prehensive five-year plan aimed at bringing 1000 fanes to Galilee. will live by one and the will facilities heating complex meals a In will have workerS as nursing Arrang' been Rogall, County ........ . operat e THE JEROB&LEM Yoot POST O P,ease airmei, 52 Because Israel salem Pelt lntorml- issues of The Jeru- lionel Edition. 1 full year. My $30.00 check is enclosed. [] One.half year, 26 issues. $17.00 is enclosed, O Please begin gift subscription(s) as Per list attached. El Please send me a sample issue. 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