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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-14

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Accident Claims Lives of Three Israelis
During Troop Withdrawal from Lebanon

According to a military and unauthorized to drive a
spokesman the accident oc- halftrack took the wheel of
curred on a mountain road the vehicle and lost control.
between Hamman and
Apart from the mishap
Shuba villages in the east- the first phase of the with-
ern sector.
drawal was completed
The spokesman said a without incident at 6 p.m.
soldier who was unlicensed Wednesday. A Norwegian
unit of the United Nations
Interim Force in Lebanon
(UNIFIL) took over the
Personalized
evacuated area at that time.
Israeli forces began the sec-
GLASSWARE
ond stage of the withdrawal
for
today. ,
UN Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim and Is-
raeli Premier Menahem
Begin had an exchange of
letters this week over Is-
rael's withdrawal plans.
Skillfully
Waldheim termed Israel's
engraved
withdrawal inadequate, but
with three
Begin said Israel would not
initials.
change its plans to with-
draw only from the central
sector. Total withdrawal
will take place only when
Israel is convinced that UN-
IFIL can prevent the return
of terrorists to the region.
Israeli observers were en-
couraged earlier in the
week when Norwegian UN-
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TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Three Israeli soldiers were
killed and a fourth was in-
jured when their half track
plunged into a steep canyon
Wednesday during the first
phase of the withdrawal of
forces from south Lebanon.

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Israel, Says Opinion Poll

NEW YORK — A recent
Harris Survey of U.S. public
opinion shows that most
Americans condemn the
PLO and agree with Israel's
stance of not negotiating
with the PLO.
However, 60 percent be-.

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soldiers and a civilian in
terrorist-held territory last
week.
Five were killed and
two wounded in the inci-
dent. According to one of
the survivors, the group
was searching for a dis-
abled tractor in Israeli-
held territory. When they
didn't find it they decided
to go sight-seeing.
They convinced an Israeli
checkpoint to allow them
into the terrorist territory,
where they were ambushed.
Several officers and soldiers
at the checkpoint have been
charged with negligence in
the incident.
The Israeli army admit-
ted last week that it had
used "cluster" bombs in
Lebanon, in violation of an
agreement with the U.S. An
Israeli spokesman stressed
that the controversial
bombs were used only after
Israeli villages were shelled
by terrorist positions and
the bombs were used
against those positions.
Israel issued an apology
to the U.S.
U.S. Secretary of Defense
Harold Brown, speaking on
CBS-TV's "Face the Na-
tion" program, said the
bombs were not a major
issue and that the U.S.
would review their use with
Israel.

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lieve that Israel should give
up at least some of the cap-
tured Arab territories.bnly
10 percent think Israel
should give back all the ter-
ritories.
On most issues, Ameri-
cans favor the Israeli gov-
ernment's positions:
Only 21 percent favor a
Palestinian state on the
West Bank; twice as
many favor a Palestinian
homeland under Jor-
dan's rule. A 47-40 per-
cent plurality believe Is-
rael's invasion of south
Lebanon as justified.
A narrow 40-39 percent
plurality believes Israel is
justified in not vacating its
settlements in the adminis-
tered territories.
Some 70 percent believe
Egypt wants peace, while 68
percent believe the same of
Israel. By 43 to 24 percent,
Americans stay they would
trust Israel over Egypt if
peace failed.

Data Sought
on Nazi Officer

LONDON — The Inter-
national Council of Jews
from Czechoslovakia re-
ports that information is
needed on the former com-
mander of the Nazi camp at
Novaky.
The ICJC said the only
known living survivor of the
camp is inaccessible in
Bratislava.
Any information should
be sent to: Dokumen-
tationszentrum, 1010 Wien
1, Salztorgasse, Vienna,
Austria.

Friday, April .14, 1975 25

Flint News

Hebrew U. Prof in Flint
to Discuss Israel Situation

Prof. Shlomo Avineri,
dean of the faculty of social
sciences and professor of
political science at the Heb-
rew University of
Jerusalem, was in Flint re-
cently to discuss the current
Mideast situation.
Speaking at Cong. Beth
Israel in a program -spon-
sored by the Community
Relations Committee of the
Flint Jewish Community
Council, Prof. Avineri said
the wars, refugee problem
and other issues might have
been solved had the Arab
states accepted the com-
promise advanced by the
United Nations in 1947.
He said the Arabs re-
jected the compromise
creating the state of Israel
and went to war. Prof. Av-
ineri said that the Arab re-
fusal to recognize Israel is at
the root of the Mideast con-
flict. •
He called the peace
movements on the part of
Egypt's President Anwar
Sadat the "first rum-
blings of a change of
mind in the Arab world."
Prof. Avineri also de-
scribed the last 10 years as
an "easy life" for Israel be-
cause all plans were
theoretical. But, now, he

said, "we have a plan and
have to make up• our
minds."
The major differences
within the Israeli govern-
ment, he said, was the posi-
tion on the West Bank and
Gaza Strip. Premier
Menahem Begin's Likud
Party insists on keeping the
West Bank and Gaza Strip
for security reasons and as a
natural part of Jewish
sovereignty while the Labor
Party would compromise
the West Bank and Gaza
Strip for peace.
The Labor Party would
insist on demilitarization
of the West Bank, which,
along with the Gaza
Strip, would be com-
prised of about 35 per-
cent Arab people.
Prof. Avineri • predicted
that negotiations would be
dragged out.

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Sunday — Bnai Brith
Women's meeting, 12:30
p.m., River Hollow club
house.
Monday — Cong. Beth
Israel Nursery School open
house, 9 a.m.; and FJCC
Jewish Education Commis-
sion meeting, noon, Council
office.
Flint Obituaries
Tuesday — Bnai Brith
board meeting, 8 p.m.; and
Irving L. Simen
Temple Beth El Sisterhood
Death Education Class,
Irving L. Simen, owner of 1:30 p.m., temple.
Turf Tenders of Genesee
Wednesday —Hadassah
Valley, died April 4 at age meeting, noon; Bnai Brith
63.
bowling banquet, 6:30 p.m.,
A resident of Flint for the Country Squire.
past 32 years, Mr. Simen
Thursdly — FJCC
was a member of Cong. Beth Senior Friendship Club,
Israel, past president of noon, Temple Beth El.
Bnai Brith Flint Lodge,
Bnai Brith Michigan Coun- Seniors Treated
cil and Michigan Heating
and Air Conditioning As- to Purim Lunch
sociation and was active in
Bnai Brith Women ten-
efforts for adult Jewish edu- dered the Senior Friendship -
cation. He resided at 1184
Club a Purim luncheon re-
River Valley Dr.
cently at Temple Beth El.
Mr. Simen leaves his
Ron Shapiro entertained.
wife, Pearl; a son, Sander of Arranging the party were:
Davison; a daughter; Carol; Jo Abramson and Rose
two brothers, Jack Simons Rubenstein, co-chairmen;
of Chicago, Ill., and Theo- and Eve Boyer, Esther
dore of Los Angeles, Calif.;
Sybil Goldberg,
three sisters, Maribelle Fineberg,
Shirley Goldenberg, Dalla
Wolfson and Dorothy
Lande, Mary Mitshkun,
Wolfson, both of Chicago, Rita Persky, Ethel Polis-
and Ruth Shuster of Flint;
key, Annette Schafer, Lee
and one grandson.
Silberman, Fannie Sorkin,
* * *
Sharon Stein, Nona Werly
Sol Shulman, 82 and Rose Winogran.
The Temple Beth El Re-
Sol Shulman, retired ligious School contributed
owner of the South Food hamantashen.
Market, died April 6 at age
82.
Flint People
Born in Russia, Mr.
Shulman lived 51 years in
Make News
Flint. He was a member of
Judy Gordon, daughter
Cong. Beth Israel, the
Jewish War Veterans and of Blanche Gordon, is the
the Central Wholesale As- producer of a new Broadway
sociation. He retired in show, "A History of the
1973. He resided at 3319 American Film."
s * *
Clement.
Mr. Shulman is survived
Drs. H. Maxwell Gol-
by his wife, Lillian; a son; den and Evelyn V. Gol-
Leonard; a daughter, Mrs. den were honored April 1 at
Richard (Rebecca) Heitzner; a lecture at McLaren Gen-
eral Hospital.
and six grandchildren.
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