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January 07, 1977 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-07

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THE' btmOit JEWisk NEWS

Friday, January' 7, 1977

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HAVE AN
AFFAIR
WITH
HAL
GORDON

Congress Elections of Byrd and Baker to Major Party Posts
Indicate Continuation of Basic Line of Support for Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA)
— The selection by the
Senate Democrats Tues-
day of West Virginia's
Robert C. Byrd to be
majority leader assured
that the direction of the
majority party in the 95th
Congress will continue to
be strongly sympathetic
to U.S. support for Israel
and Soviet Jewry.
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the other hand, in the
PLO has moved from ter-
surprise election of Sen.
rorism to statehood.
Howard Baker of Tennes-
Baker said he couldn't
see as minority leader,
get Arafat to say that he
named a legislator con-
would recognize Israel's
sidered to have a mixed
right to exist, but the
record on support of Is-
senator said the "Arabs
rael.
don't want to drive Israel
The possibility of
into the sea." -
Baker, along with Sen.
weakening Congressional
Abraham Ribicoff (D-
support for Israel never
arose in the Democratic -
Conn.) was co-chairman-
contest in the Senate,
of a 13-member Senate
since Byrd's principal ri-
delegation that visited
val, Hubert H. Humphrey
the Middle East las
of Minnesota, has a re-
summer rto 'study potent*
cord as, a friend of Israel
tial U.S. sale of nuclear
that is written in superla-
reactors to Israel, Egypt
tives.
and Iran.
Humphrey withdrew his
After returning to
Washington, he ex- .
candidacy Tuesday when
pressed some disap-
he saw that he had no
pointment but no sur-
chance of winning.
prise at having been bar-
HOWARD BAKER
ROBERT BYRD
In the House, the selec-
red from visiting Israel's
tion of ,Rep. Thomas P.
O'Neill of Massachusetts, poses foreign aid, has sup- foreign aid bills and been nuclear reactor at Di-
ported
aid
to
Israel
when
it
absent during the voting mona.
last month as speaker,
Regarding Egyptian
and Rep. James C. Wright has come up as a separate of other key measures.
of Texas as House major- measure.
The Tennessee Repub- President Anwar Sadat,
Baker,
who
is
a
member
ity leader, indicated con-
lican was one of the first Baker said the Egyptian
tinuity of support in the of the Senate Foreign Re- Congressmen to meet "really is driving"for some
lations Committee, has
lower chamber, too.
Palestine Liberation Or- sort of accommodation."
Although not an in- said that the U.S. should ganization chieftain, He said Israel seemed "far
have
a
general
posture
of
itiator of legislation or
more cautious which
Yasir Arafat.
translates to mean proba-
resolutions for Israel or aid and support for Israel
After meeting Arafat, bly less flexible."
Soviet JevOry, largely, be- )While attempting to dis-
cause he is not a member play an evenhanded ap- Baker said in a television
Baker's predecessor as
of the foreign relations proach to other countries interview in the summer of the Republican leader,
that
want
to
be
friends
Of
1975, that the PLO head Hugh Scott of Pennsyl-
committee, Byrd has
seemed to say without say- vania, was considered an
been among their co- the United States.
He has voted for some ing it directly,, that the ardent supporter of Is-
sponsors and voted regu-
larly for them.
rael.
His predecessor as
majority leader, Monta-
na's Mike Mansfield, who
has retired, was never
known to endorse such
This statement is ac-
NEW YORK — Henry
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sleep,"
a
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of
the
Byrd, who generally op-
`thirities, broke his long `A Note on Roth and "Call
literary silence in 1967 It Sleep"' by Jack
under the impact of Is- Salzman, professor of
English literature at
rael's Six Day War.
Hofstra University.
Now, ten years later, in
the January issue of
Midstream, Roth makes a
further statement in a
memoir entitled "Kad-
dish" —,both a farewell to
his past and a declaration
of faith.
Roth, who had joined
the Communist Party
BRAND NEW
both to feel as if he were
FASHIONS
doing something to re-
deem himself and to re-
place the sense of com-
munity he had felt as a
child on the East Side,
F
To
found that the party ful-
filled neither objective
for him.

Henry Roth, 30's Novelist,
Rediscovers Jewish Ties

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Roth writes, and continues
in the third person, "Here
was a people reborn — his
people — regenerated by
their own will. Was he mad
not to share in that regen-
eration? He had been seek-
ing it these thirty, almost
forty years, ,. . ."

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foreign minister of the
British empire, he didn't
like Zionism at all. He,
among others, helped
found the Arab League.
Now, Lord Evan, the
former Sir Anthony, is
the leader among Israel's
friends in the Conserva-
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