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October 20, 1978 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-20

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28 Friday, October 20, 1978

THE DEYROIT JEWISH NEWS

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No Arms Link Upsets Diplomats

WASHINGTON — Is-
raeli diplomats and defense
officials are reportedly
upset that Prime Minister
Menahem Begin did not

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M, TH, F til 8:30 T, W, Sat. til 5:30

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press President Carter for a
U.S. commitment to finance
the Matmon C arms pro-
gram in exchange for the
Camp David accords.
Matmon C would finance
Israeli arms purchases of
$1.5 billion per year for nine
years.
Begin, • according to
Newsweek magazine, did
not want to link an arms
deal to a peace plan.

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NEW YORK — The
American Association for
Ethiopian Jews elected
Prof. Howard M. Lenhoff of
the University of California
as its president.

Chaim Herzog Will Be SZ
`Great Weekend' Speaker

Former Israeli Ambas-
sador to the United Nations
Chaim Herzog will be at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek as
part of its "Great Weekend"
series, 8 p.m. Nov. 3, and 11
a.m. Nov. 4.
Presented by Shaarey
Zedek's Cultural Commis-
sion, Herzog's lectures are
being sponsored by the
Sarah W. Davidson and
William W., Davidson
CHAIM HERZOG
families. Chairman of the
His appointments in-
Cultural Commission is cluded two periods as direc-
Mrs. Peter A. Martin. Dr. tor of Israeli military in-
Martin is co-chairman.
telligence, and he served as
Herzog, author and com- the first military governor
mentator, has chosen to of the West Bank in 1967.
speak on "Who Stands Ac-
Herzog has headed an
cused? — Israel Answers Its industrial investment
Critics," which is the title of group in Israel and a law
his recent book.
firm. He-is the author of "Is-
His topic will include rael's Finest Hour," "Days
the Arab refugees; the of Awe," and "The War of
PLO; Gaza and the West Atonement."

.

There is no substitute for
proven leadership ability.

Joe Forbes is considered one of the most
powerful and respected public officials in
Michigan, now completing his 4th year as
Majority Floor Leader in the House.

Is responsible for the operation of three
major committees that he chairs.

Bank; Jewish settle-
ments; inside the Arab
world; the confrontation
states; Israel and the task
of economic cooperation;
Israel and the United Na-
tions; and racism, human
, rights and double
standards.

Herzog emigrated from
Ireland to Israel as a boy
and was educated at the
universities of London and
Cambridge. He served in
World War II in the British
army, and in various com-
mand and staff posts in the
Israel Defense Forces con-
cluding his service with the
rank of major general.

Israelis, French
Sign a Science
Cooperation Pact

Is an emerging national leader as Vice
President of the National Association of
Jewish Legislators.

REHOVOT, Israel — An

agreement calling for scien-

tific cooperation between
the Weizmann Institute of
Science and Universite
Rene Descartes, which is
part of The Paris Academy

Is an expert on the problems of local
government through his service for six
years as Mayor of Oak Park, six years as
Oak Park councilman, eight years as Oak-
land County Supervisor, as a founding
member of SEMCOG, and as a member of
the Michigan Municipal League Executive
Board.

One of Michigan's "Ten Best Legislators"

Detroit News

"A power in the State Legislature"

. . . Detroit Free Press

for proven leadership
in the Capitol re-elect...

JOE FORBES

STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Majority Floor Leader

Paid for by Citizens to Re-elect JOE FORBES, 24541 Harding, Oak Park, Michigan, 48237

and is France's largest in-
stitution of higher learning,
went into effect recently.
The agreement provides
for the development of joint
research and the exchange
of researchers and students
between the two institu-
tions. Both institutions
have similar seals, featur-
ing a tree that symbolizes
knowledge and life.

Christian Tour
of Israel Set

NEW YORK — A major
tour of Israel by Christian
laymen and clergy will be
held in January.
The Third Jerusalem
Conference of Christians
and Israelis is organized in
cooperation with the De-
partment of Interreligious
Activities of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations.
Israeli co-chairm'an of the
conference is Avraham
Harmon, president of He-
brew University. American
co-chairmen are Rev. Lawr-
ence Durgin of the Broad-
way United Church of
Christ in New York City
and Fr. Joseph Gallagher,
vice president of the Paulist
Fathers Generalate in
Scarsdale.

Maybaum Chair
Holder Named
by Seminary

NEW YORK — Dr. Sol-
omon Gaon, chief rabbi of
the Sephardic Congrega-
tions of the British Com-
monwealth, has been ap-
pointed to the Maxwell R.
Maybaum Memorial Chair
in Talmud and Sephardic
Codes at Rabbi Isaac Elcha-
nan Theological Seminary, -
becoming the institution's
first Sephardic rosh
yeshiva, it was announced
by Dr. Norman Lamm,
president, Yeshiva Univer-
sity, with which RIFTS is
affiliated.
The chair honors Mr.
Maybaum, a tailor's son
from New York's Lower
East Side who, with his
brothers, established a

world-wide diamond and
oriental pearl business. He
died in 1975 at the age of 85,
leaving to Yeshiva Univer-
sity and RIETS $1.5 million
to be used for, among other
areas, Sephardic studies.

PLO Education?

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — He-
University of
brew

Jerusalem has awarded a
PhD to Salem Abdul Jani,
London spokesman for the
Palestine Liberation
Organization.
Jani completed his doc-
toral thesis before being
asked by the PLO to take
the London job. The univer-
sity awarded his degree be-
cause he had completed all
requirements. Janis headed
the Arab Student Union at
Hebrew U.

Singer to Teach

MIAMI — Isaac Bashevis
Singer, recipient of the 1978
Nobel Prize in literature,
will join the department of
English in the College of
Arts and Sciences at the
University of Miami as vis-
iting professor during the
spring semester of 1979.

Wine to Lecture

Rabbi Sherwin Wine of
the Birmingham Temple
will deliver a lecture on
"Humor With Alan
Watts" 8:30 p.m. Monday in
the temple. There is a
charge.

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