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February 08, 1980 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, February 8, 1980

Beloved are Israel to
whom was given the in-
strument by means of which
the world was created.
— Pirke Abot

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younger set as well as the
older crowd. The clam
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and substantial. Hambur-
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the medieval decor, com-
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knight in armor, is attrac-
tive and interesting."

Klutznick Cited

WASHINGTON — U.S.
Secretary of Commerce
Phillip M. Klutznick will be
presented with Bnai Brith
Women's highest award,
the Perlman Award for
Human Advancement, at
the opening session of the
BBW International Bi-
ennial Convention to be
held in Washington March
9-12.

Naming of Foreign Minister
Delayed by the Liberal Party

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The scheduled appointment
of Knesset Speaker Yitzhak
Shamir as foreign minister
was postponed Sunday until
the "status of the Liberals in
the government is im-
proved." Premier Menahem
Begin made the promise to a
delegation of the Liberal
Party. The Liberals de-
manded that more govern-
ment portfolios be given to
their representatives, and
Begin agreed in principle.
Details have to be worked
out.
Ever since the resigna-
tion of Simha Ehrlich as fi-
nance minister the Liberals
no longer hold an influen-
tial portfolio in the Cabinet.
Originally they wanted one
of their representatives ap-
pointed foreign minister
after Moshe Dayan resigned
four months ago, but they

were unable to come up with
a suitable candidate.
The Liberals presently
hold four portfolios: de-
puty premier (Ehrlich),
industry (Gideon Patt),
energy (Yitzhak Modai),
and minister-without-
portfolio (Moshe Nissim).
Herut holds the portfolios
of premiership, defense
(Ezer Weizman), construc-
tion and housing (David
Levy) and transportation
(Haim Landau). Shamir is
also a member of Herut.

Ports Offered

WASHINGTON (ZINS)
—Aviation Week and Space
Technology magazine says
Israel has offered to let the
U.S. navy use the ports of
Haifa and Ashdod if the
U.S. takes military action
against Iran.

Byrd Warns Israel Against
Opposing U.S. Arms to Egypt

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Sen. Robert Byrd (D-W.
Va.), the Senate majority
leader, declared in a press
interview that it would be
"unwise" for Israel to oppose
a proposed multi-billion dol-
lar arms program for Egypt
which includes F-16 jet
fighters and other sophisti-
cated U.S. military equip-
ment.
In comments to a reporter
here last Thursday, which
were confirmed by Byrd's
press secretary, the Senator
said the Israelis should
focus their energies on set-
tling the autonomy issue.
"As long as there is this
West Bank autonomy pro-
gram, our ability to cooper-
ate with Arab countries in
meeting the common
danger of Soviet expan-
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said.
Byrd was a leader in ob-
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the controversial arms
package last year which
provided weaponry for
Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Is-
rael.
Israeli sources say they
are not opposed to Egypt
acquiring U.S. arms but
question Egypt's need for
F-16 fighters and wonder
how Egypt would use
them. The point is being
made that Israel's con-
cern is not what
President Anwar Sadat
would do with the F-16s
and Phoenix missiles but
that a more radical Egyp-
tian government might
use them against Israel.
Meanwhile, in his weekly
news conference at the
Capitol, Byrd agreed with a
reporter that Israel bore "a
major responsibility" for the
"slow pace" of the autonomy
talks but added quickly that
"all sides have a major re-
sponsibility. There is
enough blame to go
around."
The Senator, asked if Is-
rael was primarily respon-
sible for the slow pace, said
"I don't think there is any
doubl." When he was asked
further if Israel is dragging
its feet in the autonomy
talks, Byrd, this time re-
plied, "I was pleased to see
in today's press that some
progress has been made. It
is vitally important for the
security of Israel."
In that connection, he
said, "The sooner the par-
ties can move to West Bank
autonomy, the better for the
security of Israel."

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