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May 12, 1978 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-12

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8 Friday, May 12, 1978
HONEYWELL
BARBER
SALON

IIETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Captured Soldier OK in Lebanon

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
Israeli soldier captured by
terrorists in South Lebanon
last month is alive and well,

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according to a letter from
him received by his family
through the International
Red Cross.
Amram Avraham wrote
to his family in Hadera that
he was in more or less good
health. He asked after the
health of his family and
promised his children tricy-
cles when he comes home,
which he hoped would be
soon.
Avraham was one of a
group of six soldiers and
one civilian who made an
unauthorized trip into
terrorist-held territory
near Tyre and were am-
bushed. Four of the
soldiers were killed. The
fifth and the civilian
managed to return.
It was learned, mean-
while, that terrorist assas-
sination squads are taking
reprisals against members
of the Shi 'A Moslem sect
who allegedly collaborated
with the Israelis in South
Lebanon.

Beer Exports Up

TEL AVIV — Sales of
Israeli-produced beer in-
creased substantially dur-
ing the past year paced by
skyrocketing exports.

National Brewery Ltd.,
manufacturers of four
brands of beer as well as a
line of soft drinks, reported
that its overall volume in-
creased from 3,501,574
cases of locally-made beer to
3,712,019 cases.

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Sadat Asked to Renew Talks

NEW YORK (JTA) — Is-
raeli Premier Menahem
Begin called on Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat on
Sunday to "renew the spirit
of Jerusalem and Ismailia."
Appearing on NBC-TV's
"Meet the Press," Begin
said this spirit was impor-
tant to the Middle East
peace process.
The Israeli Premier ex-
plained that at his meetings
with Sadat in Jerusalem
and Ismailia there were dis-
cussions despite "dif-
ferences" between the two.
He said there should be
negotiations without ul-
timatums. He noted that Is-
rael has proposed a peace
plan and it was ready to dis-
cuss any counter proposals
offered by Egypt.
Begin said he has "hope"
that the peace talks will be
resumed.
The Premier said the
United States now agrees to
the necessity for Israel to
keep its troops on the West
Bank during the five-year
proposed self-rule plan by
Israel for the West Bank
and Gaza would be in effect.
He said the U.S. under-
stands the troops must be
there for Israel's "serious
security problem."
Begin said he did not
know what the status of
the troops would be after
the five years since that
would have to be decided
then.
In other major appear-
ances in New York at the
conclusion of his U.S. visit,
Begin told some 1,900
guests at a dinner sponsored
by the Economic Club that
the Carter Administration's
proposal to sell war planes
to Saudi Arabia, in a sales
linkage to Israel and Egypt,
would imperil Israel's
security. He appealed "to
American fairness, as a
small country. Let Ameri-
can hands not aggravate the
danger to that small coun-
try which is called Israel, a
faithful ally to the United
States."
The highlight of the eve-
ning, however, came during

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Germany demanding that
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the question and answer
period when Begin became
involved in an impromptu
debate with former Under-
secretary of State George
Ball who supports the sale
of planes to Saudi Arabia
and who has urged greater
concessions by Israel for
peace.
Ball, questioning Is-
rael's opposition to the
sale of planes to Saudi
Arabia, said rejection of
the sale would under-
mine the United States'
value as an honest broker
"who can bring the con-
testing parties together."
He also contended that
the U.S. could be of value
to Israel only if it had the
confidence of the Saudis,
"a moderate, anti-
Communist nation."
Dealing with this issue,
Begin said it would make
Saudi Arabia a confronta-
tion state with a strike force
of sophisticated weaponry
less than a half-hour flying
time to Tel Aviv. He also re-
called that the Saudis have
said repeatedly their forces
will be at the disposal of
other Arab states in the
event of a new war.
Addressing a closed meet-
ing of the Conference of
Presidents of Major Ameri-
can Jewish Organizations,
and answering questions,
the Premier said he had
heard reports of erosion in
American Jewish support
but that he had found in Los
Angeles, Chicago and New
York a genuine devotion to
Israel on the part of the
Jewish people and also a
deep sentiment for the
security of Israel among
Christian leaders he had
met.
Asked whether Jewish
dissent from Israel's policies
could be equated to treason
to the Jewish cause, Begin
responded that all Jews
have a right to their opin-
ions and to express them.
But he said that he would
ask the dissenters to look to

their consciences and ask
themselves whether what
they said in public would
strengthen or weaken those
who negotiate for Israel.
Begin also reiterated that
he found no erosion in the
U.S. of public support for his
policies.
The Premier stuck the
same theme in his ad-
dress to 1,000 Jewish
community leaders at an
Israel 30th anniversary
celebration sponsored by
the United Jewish
Appeal-Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies
Joint Campaign.
He said there was "no
doubt the friendship of the
peoples of America and Is-
rael is everlasting."
While in New York,
Begin was awarded an hon-
orary degree by Yeshiva
University.

Three Injured
by Bus Bomb

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
bomb exploded in the cen-
tral bus station in Acre last
week, slightly injuring a
police sapper who was try-
ing to defuse it and two bys-
tanders.
Minor damage was
caused to nearby shops.
The driver of a bus from
downtown Haifa noticed a
suspicious-looking parcel.
left behind after discharg-
ing his passengers at the
terminal. The police sapper,
responding to his call, re-
moved the parcel from the
bus and was working on it
when the bomb detonated.
The bus station was
closed off while the area was
searched but re-opened
shortly afterwards.

Clark to Direct
Bar Association

Daniel M. Clark has been
elected the new president of
the Detroit Bar Association.
Clark is the youngest
president in the 143-year
history of the Association.

Begin Medal Honors Peace
Effort, Israel Independence

NEW YORK
Menahem Begin's efforts for peace
and the 30th anniversary of Israel's independence are
commemorated by a new medal cast in either gold,
silver or bronze by the Judaic Heritage Society. For
information about the limited edition medals, which
also have reliefs of David Ben-Gurion and Golds Heir,
write the society at 886 United Nations Plaza, New
York 10017.



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