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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

18 Friday, May 18, 1919

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Israeli Ambassador Ep-
hraim Evron told the an-
nual conference of the
American-Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee (AIPAC)
that Israel seeks "a com-
prehensive peace with
which we can live."
Morris Athitay, AIPAC's
executive secretary, noted
that the 600 delegates from
37 states who registered for
the conference constituted
an unprecedented
attendance for an AIPAC
opening session.
Israeli Minister of Justice
Shmuel Tamir cautioned
American Jewish commu-
nity leaders that "the secu-
rity of Israel, the very exist-
ence of Israel" are at stake
in the next phase of the
Egyptian-Israeli-American
negotiations opening in El
Arish May 26.
Sen. Alan Cranston
(D-Calif.), the second-
ranking leader of the Se-
nate's Democratic major-
ity and Robert Packwood
(R-Ore.), preceded Tamir
in the speaking program.
Referring to the impend-
ing Carter-Brezhnev con-
ference in mid-June in
Viemia, Cranston indi-
cated that because of the
second SALT agreement,
the Soviet Union "won't
actively subvert" the
Egyptian-Israeli treaty
and that the Soviet Union
has shown "restraint" on
developments in Iran.
Packwood aroused storms
of applause in his series of
attacks on the Carter Ad-
ministration's Middle East
policy. He pointed out that
"at a time when we should
be strengthening Israel,
Harold Saunders (assistant
secretary of state for Near
East and South Asian Af-
fairs) was telling the Arabs
on the West Bank — 'hold
on — we will get Israel out
of the West Bank like we did
in Sinai.' " Packwood de-
scribed as "baloney" Car-

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ter's insistence that the tionist Arab states last
West Bank settlements are year, this year and next
illegal and an obstacle to year, it's just give us Israel."
peace.
AIPAC concluded its con-

Recalling Carter's letter ference with a denunciation
to "every Senator" last of United Nations activities
spring in defense of his pro- and urged the United States
posal to sell F-15 warplanes to lead in re-establishing
to Saudi Arabia because the the international body on
Saudis "work for modera- its-founding principles.
tion and peace," Packwood
This was one of 10 points
said "I don't need to remind
this audience what kind of in a statement issued by the
moderating effect Saudi committee. Other, pro-
Arabia has had on the visions of the statement in-
Egyptian-Israeli treaty." eluded the Egyptian-Israeli
Attacking appeasement peace treaty hailed as a
of Israel's foes and pointing "fundamental break-
to the lesson of Munich 41 through in Arab-Israeli re-
years ago when "the west- lations," that could not have
ern world cravenly surren- been achieved without the
dered to Hitler," Packwood "courage of Prime Minister
said "last year it was just Menahem Begin and
give us the F-15s. This year President Anwar Sadat and
it is just give us the West President Carter's tireless
Bank. For the radical.rejec- mediation efforts."

The committee com-
mended the Carter Ad-
ministration and the Con-
gress for continuing to pro-
vide "substantial military
and economic and essential
to the maintenance of Is-
rael's security." It also sup-
ported Congressional action
to reduce assistance to
Syria.

The committee urged the
Administration to recognize
Jerusalem as Israel's capi-
tal.

JWB Presents Book Awards

NEW YORK — Seven
authors and one translator
will receive the 1979 Na-
tional Jewish Book Awards
Sunday at the Park Avenue
Synagogue, in New York
City, it was -announced - by
Dr. Sidney B. Hoenig,
president of the Jewish Wel-
fare Board's Jewish Book
Council, which confers the
awards, and William Eps-
tein, chairman of the
awards committee.
The National Jewish
Book Awards are presented
annually by the JWB
Jewish Book Council in
eight categories: Jewish
history, • fiction, the
Holocaust, poetry, chil-
dren's literature, Israel,
Jewish thought and trans-
lation of a classic.
The 1979 winners, their
works, and awards are:
Dr. Robert Gordis, "Love
and Sex: A Modern Jewish
Perspective," The Frank
and Ethel S. Cohen Award
in Jewish Thought; Dr. Salo
W. Baron for his cumulative
scholarly works in Jewish
history, the Gerrard and
Ella Berman Award for
Jewish History; Gloria Gol-
dreich,- "Leah's Journey,"
the William and Janice
Epstein Award for Fiction;
Michael Selzer, "Deliv-
erance Day: The Last Hours
at Dachau," the Leon Jolson
Holocaust Award; Irena
Narell, "Joshua: Fighter for
Bar Kochba," the Charles
and Bertie G. Schwartz
Juvenile Award; Ruth
Gruber, "Raquela: A
Woman of Israel," The Mor-
ris J. Kaplun Memorial

PLO Delegation
Sparks Attacks

MEXICO CITY, (JTA) —
The Jewish community
here is deeply disturbed by
the recent visit to Mexico of
a delegation of the Palestine
Liberation Organization
which became the occasion
for an upsurge of anti-
Israel, anti-American and
anti-Egyptian propaganda.
The PLO group was the
guest of the Mexican Com-
munist Party (PCM) which
sponsored their public ap-
pearances including a press
conference.

Award for a Book on Israel;
Moishe Steingart, "In
Droisen Fun Der Velt," the
Harry and Florence Kovner
Memorial Award for Poetry;
and William M. Brinner,
translator, "An Elegant
Composition Concerning
Relief After Diversity,"
Rabbi Jacob Freedman
Award for an English
Translation of a Jewish
Classic.

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