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August 05, 1977 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Begin Orders Dinitz to Protest Planned Plane Sale to Egypt

The

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TEL AVIV (JTA)—Pre-
mier Menahem Begin said
that he has instructed Am-
bassador Simha Dinitz to
lodge a strong protest in
Washington against the Ad-
ministration's proposed sale
of military transport and re-
connaissance aircraft to
Egypt.

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raeli relations while he was
in Washington.
According the news ac-
counts, which cited State
Department and Congres-
sional sources, the Adminis-
tration has informed Con-
gress it would like to sell
Egypt 14 C-130 Hercules mil-
itary transports for ferrying
troops and supplies, costing
about $180 million; 12 pilot-
less reconnaissance drone
aircraft costing about $30
million for use over the
Sinai; and six sophisticated
reconnaissance cameras for
aircraft already in oper-
ation in Egypt at a cost of
$7 million.
In addition, Egyptian mili-
tary officers would be
trained at staff level
schools in the United States

at a cost of $100,000.
Supporters of Israel here
have said they will not op-
pose the Administration's
request as long as it is limit-
ed to "non-lethal" equip-
ment and does not include
fighter planes and anti-tank
missiles. They said they ac-
cepted the Administration's
need to maintain close ites
with Egypt especially while
peace efforts are currently
under way. -

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He charged, in an ad-
dress to the Knesset,
"Every supply of weaponry
to a country at war with Is-
rael is a negative act and
an obstacle on the road to
peace."
Begin was criticized by
former Premier Yitzhak
Rabin over the Carter Ad-
ministration's announce-
ment that it intends to sell
$200 million worth of mili-
tary equipment to Egypt
and that it was also pre-
pared to sell defense weap-
ons to Sudan.
Rabin and other opposi-
tion leaders said this was
an example of the political
failure of Begin's trip to the
U.S. Accoring to Rabin it
proved that the premier did
nothing to improve U.S.-Is-

JERSUA LEM—The De-
partment of Assyriology at
Hebrew University has es-
tablished a memorial fund
for ancient Near Eastern
studies in tribute to the late
Prof. • Isadore Keyfitz.
The fund was established
through contributions of
Prof. Keyfitz' widow, Dr.
Sara Feder-Keyfitz. and
family, and will be used to
further studies in the an-
cient cultures of the Middle
East in which Prof. Keyfitz
was an authority.
The Keyfitz fund will
offer fellowships and grants
for students, and be used to
maintain and expand li-
brary collections. Students
at all of Israel's univer-

Writers' Trial
to Be Marked

NEW YORK (JTA)—The
25th anniversary of the exe-
cution of 24 leading Jewish
intellectuals and writers in
Moscow will be marked
Aug. 12. The execution was
the climax of Stalin's terror
campaign to eliminate all
vestiges of Jewish culture
in the - Soviet Union.
The execution of the Jew-
ish writers took place one
month after a trial in which
they were accused by the
government of being
"enemies of the USSR,
agents of the American im-
perialism and bourgeois na-
tionalist Zionists."
Between 1948 and 1952,
431 outstanding Jewish art-
ists were arrested. They in-
cluded 217 writers, 108
actors, 87 artists and 19 mu-
sicians. Most of the prison-
ers died in Soviet labor
camps.

Fraternity to Meet

Alpha Epsilon Pi frater-
nity will hold its 64th nation-
al convention Aug. 17-20 at
the Michigan Inn. South-
field. The convention will
be hosted by the Omega
Deutron Chapter of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, and
will include sporting events
and musical entertainment.
For information, contact
Don Rudick, 15600 Arbor
Pl., Southfield, or call Dave
Liner, 661-1195.

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returned."
—Cort R. Flint

Friday, August 5, 1977 41

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sities will compete for the
awards based on their re-
search papers. An annual
lecture by an. Israeli profes-
sor is also-being planned.
Prof. Keyfitz was profes-
sor of Oriental languages.
literature and history at the
University of Missouri,
where his wife also taught
sociology. They settled in Is-
rael seven years ago.

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