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August 18, 1978 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-18

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Friday, kagast 18, 1978 47

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewry on the Air

• This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

THE JEWISH SOUND:
6:15 a.m. Sunday, WMJC-
FM (95) and 6:30 a.m. Sun-
day WXOX-AM (1250) (Bay
City), Rabbi Yitschak
Kagan will moderate a
program of Jewish interest.
* • *
MESSAGE OF IS-
RAEL: 6:30 a.m. Sunday,
WXYZ (1270) and WRIF-
FM (101) and 10:30 p.m.
Sunday, WDEE (1500), a
message to the Jewish
community. * *

RELIGION IN THE
NEWS: 6:30 a.m. Sunday,
CKWW (680).
* s *
INTERVIEW
IM-
PROMPTU: 7:30 a.m.
Sunday, WDEE (1500) and
12:15 p.m. Wednesday,
WQRS-FM (101.5), a prog-
ram on a topic of Jewish in-
terest.

JEWISH COMMU-
NITY HIGHLIGHTS: 9:45
a.m. Sunday, Channel 2, a
topic of interest to the
Jewish community.
* * *
LUBAVITCH JEWISH
HOUR: 11 p.m. Sunday,
WWKR (1300) and WNIC-
FM (100) and 10 a.m. and
6:45 a.m. Monday, WSHJ-
FM (88.3), Rabbi Yitschak

Kagan will moderate a
program of Jewish interest.
• • •
YIDDISHE SHTUNDE:
9 a.m. Monday, WIID
(1090), an all Yiddish prog-
ram of music, news, inter-
views, and other features,
with Lou Levine. Diane
Levine presents a Jewish
community calendar.
* * *
MOTIF: 9 a.m. Friday,
WIID (1090), Jewish news,
entertainment, community
calendar and "Spotlight" on
the community with Bar-
bara Katchke and Rachel
Jacobs.
* * ■

SHIDUREI YISRAEL
BE-DETROIT: 9 a.m.
Tuesday, WIID (1090), an
all-Hebrew program tlf Is-
raeli music, news and fea-
tures from Israel, with Uri
Segal.
• * *
COFFEE WITH HY:
9:30 a.m. Tuesday, WIID
(1090), interviews and fea-
tures of Jewish interest,
with Hy Shenkman.
• s *
IF NOT NOW: 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, WDET-FM
(101.9). 7:10 a.m. every sec-
ond and fifth Sunday WJR
(760), issues of interest to
the Jewish community.

Lindenbaum Named Head
of Temple Religious School

Alfred L. Lindenbaum
was appointed interim di-
rector of the religious school
of Temple Beth El.
Lindenbaum was
graduated from Wayne
State University with
Bachelor of Science and
Master of Education de-
grees. He has been teaching
in the Detroit Public
Schools for the past 27
years.
Lindenbaum was con-
firmed from the religious
school of Temple Beth El,
graduated from its high
school department and
studied Hebrew at the Un-
ited Hebrew Schools. He has
been a member of Temple
Beth El's Religious School
faculty for 22 years, serving
as supervisor of its religious
school on Sunday mornings,
supervisor of its religious
school on Sunday mornings,
supervisor of the mid-week
Hebrew school and confir-
mation class instructor.

LINDENBAUM

A lifelong member of
Temple Beth El, Linden-
baum is a past president
of the married group and
a past president of the
brotherhood.
The temple nursery
school will re-open Sept. 13.
The religious school will
open Sept. 16 (Saturday
morning classes) and Sept.
17 (Sunday morning clas-
ses). The mid-week Hebrew
school will begin Sept. 19.

By ALLEN A. WARSEN
"The Plumbat Affair"
(J.B. Lippincott Co.) was
authored by reporters
Elaine Davenport, Paul
Eddy and Peter Gillman.
Besides "The Plumbat Af-
fair," the reporters investi-
gated Mossad's (Israeli Sec-
ret Service) numerous other
clandestine operations.
They traced Mossad's his-
tory from its inception in
the 1930s to 1970, and
commenced their investiga-
tion in the small Norwegian
town of Lillehammer where
Mossad's agents mistakenly
killed an innocent Arab
whom they had mistaken
for Ali Hassan Salameh, the
terrorist who master-
minded the Munich mas-
sacre.
Soon afterwards, five of
the agents and their leader
Aerbel were apprehended
by the Norwegian police.
They all confessed of par-
ticipating in the operation,
but only Aerbel also re-
vealed Mossad's numerous
secrets. He implicated other
agents and unwittingly dis-
closed the identity of the
"Scheersberg A," the ship
that carried stealthily 200
tons of uranium from Bel-
gium to Dimona, Israel.
For years Dimona was
believed to have been a
textile manufactuuring
plant. But in 1960 an
Egyptian spy became
suspicious of the secrecy
surrounding it, and re-
ported his misgivings to
Cairo. The Egyptian gov-
ernment in turn apprised
the United States gov-
ernment of the spy's re-
port.
The U.S. government dis-
patched a photoreconnais-
sance plane to explore Di-
mona from the air. The
photographs it brought
back confirmed the Egyp-
tian report, and caused
great consternation in U.S.
governmental circles. To
allay these fears, the late
Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion announced in
the Knesset that Dimona
"would serve only the needs
of industry, agriculture,
health and science."
But the real reason, the
authors contend, for Israel's
decision to acquire nuclear
weapons .was the "belief
that the Arab countries
could afford to lose a war or
two, whereas one Israeli de-

Israel Arrests
Revenge Group

JERUSALEM — Israeli
authorities have arrested
10 members of a Jewish un-
derground group — led by
an American-born immig-
rant — that has plotted the
MICHIGAN JEWISH overthrow of the govern-
SINGLES COUNCIL will ment and revenge killings
hold a road rally, beginning of Arabs.
The leader, 37—year-
7 p.m. Saturday at the J.C.
Penney Auto Center at old Yoel Lerner, was among
Northland. There is a those arrested. The group
charge. The group will called itself GAL—a Heb-
sponsor a disco, featuring rew acronym for "redemp-
Limitless Space, 8:30 p.m. tion of Israel"—and al-
Aug. 27 at the Labor Zionist legedly sought to establish a
Institute. There is a charge. sate based on Jewish tal-
Refreshments will be mudic law and to murder
served. Singles 18-40 are East Jerusalem Arabs in
reprisal for attacks on Jews
invited.

Singles Events

SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES of the Jewish
Community Center will
have a disco party 8 p.m.
Sunday at the main Jewish
Center complex. "Nora and
Don" will give instructions.
There is a charge, and re-
freshments will be served.
For information, call Bea
Braun, 357-4369; Phil Fa-
bian, 967-4110; or Dorothy
Shapiro, 557-2599.

Plumbat Affair' Mossad Story

feat would be her last." This
fear led "to dedicate
Dimona to the production of
the ultimate deterrent."
In order for the Dimona
project to succeed, many
difficulties had to be
overcome, including the
acquisition of uranium.
But where? The Mossad
was entrusted to solve
this delicate problem.
According to the authors,
the Mossad carried out this
assignment, known as the
Plumbat Affair, skillfully
and effectively.
Incidentally, the term
plumbat is derived from the
Latin word plumba mean-
ing lead, a derivative of
uranium.
As already mentioned,
the reporters "revealed"
many of Mossad's opera-
tions, including the Gun-
boat Affair. This operation
resulted from De Gaulle's
embargo on the boats Israel
had ordered and partially
paid for. The embargo was a
blow to Israel's security, as
the boats were needed for
the protection of its sea
lanes and shores.
As in the case of the
uranium, the Mossad was
given the responsibility
of securing the boats.
This time, too, the Mos-
sad fulfilled its task in-
geniously and decisively.

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Having spirited the boats
away from Cherbourg har-
bor, Commander Ezra
commented, "I have resol-
ved to repeat the marvels of
Egypt."
The reporters' most sen-
sational "expose" was the
allegation that President
Richard Nixon's decision in
the 1973 war to order a mas-
sive airlift of supplies to Is-
rael was greatly influenced
by the information he re-
ceived from Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger
"that Israel facing defeat
was near the point of resort-
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Whether the "revela-
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Plumbat Affair" are fact or
fiction, this reviewer is not
competent to judge.
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