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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-14

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52 Friday, March 14, 1980

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Men s s Clubs

BETH EL BROTHER-
, HOOD will host the pre-
miere of the film, "Little
Darlings," 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Old Orchard
Theater. Wine and cheese
will be served at 7:30 p.m.,

preceding the film. Proceeds
will benefit the building
fund of the temple. There is
a charge. Tickets are avail-
able at the temple, 851-
1100, from a men's club
member or at the door.

Men's Parley at Beth Achim

The Great Lakes Region,
National Federation of
Jewish Men's Clubs, will
hold_ its spring convention
March 21-23 at Cong. Beth
Achim.
The weekend will include
an address by Samuel Be-
rlin, president of the federa-
tion; a Shabat dinner; serv-

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ices, luncheon, discussion
meetings; a dinner-dance;
and installation.
Entertainment will be
provided by vocalist Norma
HarPaz, who will be accom-
panied by Abraham Ben-
Zeev.
Programs for women, in-
cluding a talk by Dr. Jac-
queline Zeff of "Discovering
Ourselves Through Our
Mothers," also are included.
For reservations, call
Maynard Feldman, chair-
man, 557-0248; Stewart
Silverman, co-chairman,
547-2329; or the synagogue,
352-8670.

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DZF Scholar-in-Residence Cohen Blames
Harold Saunders for U.S. Blunder at UN

Dr. Amnon Cohen, the
Detroit Zionist Federation's
scholar-in-residence for the
next two weeks, believes
that U.S. Assistant Secre-
tary of State Harold Saun-
ders may have been at fault
for the U.S. vote in favor of a
United Nations Security
Council resolution con-
demning Israel's West Bank
settlements and the "occu-
pation" of Jerusalem.
Dr. Cohen, an associate
professor of history at He-
brew University and ad-
viser on Arab affairs to the
military governor of the

DR. AMNON COHEN

administered territories,
believes that U.S. Special
Ambassador Sol Linowitz
may have been responsible
for President Carter's apol-
ogy after the vote.
Dr. Cohen theorizes that
Linowitz predicted the col-
lapse of the West Bank au-
tonomy talks being con-
ducted by Egypt and Israel
unless something was done
about the U.S. vote.
"After all," Dr. Cohen
said, "the U.S. is one of
the three parties to the
talks" and the U.S. vote in
the UN effectively estab-
lished pre-conditions for
the conclusion of those
talks.
Dr. Cohen was not op-

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the Israeli Experience in
Judea and Samaria"; 12:20
p.m., Adat Shalom
Synagogue, men's club
luncheon; 9:30 p.m., United
Hebrew Schools shul-in,
"PLO";
SUNDAY: 1:30 p.m.,
Pioneer Women and Labor
Zionist Alliance, "An Israeli
in Cairo — The Society,
Politics and Israel Reas-
sessed";
MONDAY: 6:15 p.m.,
Cong. Shaarey Zedek High
School, "Palestinian Mis-
conceptions"; 7:15 p.m., "An
Israeli in Cairo — The
Society, Politics and Islam
Reassessed";
TUESDAY: 10:30 a.m.,

Hadassah board meeting; 8
p.m., North American Aliya
Movement Chug Aliya,
main Jewish Community
Center;
WEDNESDAY: 11 a.m.,
Oak Park High School in-
ternational affairs class,
"The Arab World Today";
7:30 p.m., Cong. Beth
Shalom high school class,
"Palestinian Misconcep-
tions";
THURSDAY: Noon,
Midrasha luncheon, "Pales-
tinian Autonomy in Light of
the Israeli Experience in
Judea and Samaria"; 8 p.m.,
Mizrachi.
For information on Dr.
Cohen's visit, call the DZF,
548-0511.

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Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Levine of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Nancy, to
Daniel Blake, son of Mr.
Marvin Blake of Southfield
and Mrs. Rose Blake of De-
troit.
Miss Levine earned a BA
degree at Michigan State
University and is an MBA
degree candidate at Wayne
State University. Her
fiance earned a BA degree
at the University of Michi-
gan and is a PhD degree
candidate at the California
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timistic that an autonomy
agreement can be reached
by the May 26 deadline es-
tablished by the Camp
David accords without an-
other three-way summit
meeting of Menahem Begin,
Anwar Sadat and Jimmy
Carter.
He believes that King
Hussein represents "the
light at the end of the tun-
nel" for a possible solution
to the autonomy question.
"Bringing Hussein and Jor-
dan into the autonomy talks
was the plan of the Camp
David accords," Dr. Cohen
said.
He said the U.S. vote in
the UN and - the incident
with Andrew Young meet-
ing PLO officials are two in-
cidents of history. "Are they
episodes of the past, or inch-
cations of the future that
are causes for concern?" he
asked.
While in Detroit, Dr. Co-
hen's schedule is as follows:
SATURDAY: 9 a.m.,
Cong. Bnai Moshe, "Pales-
tinian Autonomy in Light of

The local chapter of the
National Foundation for
Ileitis and Colitis, Inc., will
hold an open meeting 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the Bloom-
field Township Library.
Guest speaker Dr. James
Piper, gastroenterologist at
Providence Hospital, will
speak on "The Tween Years
With Ileitis and Colitis." Dr.
Reuben DuBois, pediatric
gastroenterologist at Chil-
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