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January 16, 1981 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, January 16, 1981

Linowitz Optimistic on Camp David Results,
Sees Palestinians Closer to Cooperation

Present opponents of the
Camp David agreements
have no alternative but to
accept the approach to peace
by Egypt and Israel, Sol
Linowitz, who represents
the U.S. in the Middle East
negotiations, told an audi-
ence exceeding 1,000 at the
luncheon meeting of the De-
troit Economic Club in Cobo
Hall on Tuesday.
Linowitz was optimistic
about the continuing as-
pects of the negotiations,
regardless of the politicians
in power both in Israel and
the United States. His view
is that the aim for peace
supercedes all other aspects
of the long-drawn efforts to
assure the anticipated

amity already introduced
with the blessings of
President Carter.
The U.S. Middle Eastvam-
bassador discounted pes-
simism and commended the
seriousness with which both
Menahem Begin and Anwar
Sadat pursued the tasks
which were climaxed with
the Camp David decisions.
He discounted charges that .
Israel Prime Minister Begin
is intransigent.
Coupled with his con-
fidence of Israeli adher-
ence to agreements and
to the eventual positive
responses from Palesti-
nians in their recognition
of attaining the desired
privileges,
self-rule
Linowitz also paid honor
to Egypt's President
Anwar Sadat. Calling
him one of the very great
men in the world, he said
that agreements are
made . by governments
and it is hoped there will
be no interruption in
such Egyptian coopera-
tion. Nevertheless, he
was hesitant to judge
what could happen if
Sadat were to be out of
the negotiations picture.

ing self-rule status now an-
ticipated in the negotia-
tions.
There was an implied
concession that PLO threats
stand in the way of such
agreements with the Pales-
tinians, but he maintained
that the renewal of tripar-
tite meetings of Israeli,
Egyptian and U.S. repre-
sentatives, which opened on
Wednesday in Israel, are
assurances of continuity in
cooperative efforts for
peace.
approaching
The
change of government in
SOL LINOWITZ
Israel, with Shimon
Emphasizing the impor-
Peres seen as Begin's
tance of U.S. involvement in successor to the post of
peace-planning in the Mid-
prime minister, was seen
die East, Ambassador
by Linowitz as indicating
Linowitz foresaw progress-
that Jordan may be
ive results both in the au-
drawn in to the peace
HAVE A
tonomy deliberations as
planning, that areas
STRAWBERRY
well as in the cooperative
other than those involv-
CHEESE CAKE
responses from Palestinians
OR
ing Israel's security may
BANANA CREAM PIE
in the West Bank.
be turned over to Jordan.
OR
Responding to a question
Thus, Linowitz did not
CHOCOLATE CHERRY
on the role of Palestinians
exclude King Hussein of
COOKIE
who may reject decisions on
Jordan as a possible par-
AT
peace agreements, Linowitz
ticipant in the peace
SNEAKY TREATS
expressed hope for a more
agreements.
Diet Gourmet Shop
positive attitude to assure
Linowitz was unhetitant
29275 Southfield
enrollment of other Arabs
in his rejection of proposals
569-7546
Farrell Plaza
in support of the approach-
for the establishment of an
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state, indicating general
agreement on the subject.
Only the Jerusalem issue,
he stated, continues to be an
obstacle and solving the
problem being remote.
•Rabbi Richard Hertz gave
the invocation at the lunch-
eon meeting.
Walker Cisler, who intro-
duced Ambassador
Linowitz, commented on his
deep interest in the Middle
East and his score of visits
to the area, especially to
Egypt and Saudi Arabia. It
was the 80th time Cisler
presided at a Detroit Eco-
nomic Club luncheon.
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On Monday, speaking • to
the Women's Democratic
Club in Washington,
Linowitz said that he will be
leaving his post on Inaugu-
ration Day but he pointed
out that the Camp David
process will continue with a
session this week in Israel
and the pledge of
President-elect Reagan of
0 continuing the proceedings.
He also said that he be-
0 lieves "if we continue to
make progress towards full
Hours: Wed.-Thurs., 5 p.m. to 11 p.m:
autonomy King Hussein (of
Fri.-Sat. 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Jordan) will not remain
Sunday 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Marty
John
aloof." He pointed out that it
Closed Monday and Tuesday
is "a misconception to con-
side• the so-called Jorda-
• Spaghetti (cooked to order) • Bar-B-Q Chicken (whole or half)
nian option as a substitute
for Camp David" because
• Bar-B-Q-Beef Plate • 15 Appetizers • Filet
the Camp David accords
• Thick N.Y. Delmonico Steak • Club Strip Steak • Baby Filet
"always had an option for
Jordan."
• Greek Salad (small or large) • Italian Sausage • Rib Appetizer
Linowitz chided the West
• PX Assorted Antipasto for 2 • PX Assorted Family Antipasto
Europeans for their Dec-
laration of Venice of last
• Small Antipasto • Etc.
June that included associa-
tion of the Palestine Libera-
WE SPECIALIZE IN TAKEOUT ORDERS AND
tion Organization with the
peace process. He said that
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
the "Europeans have dang-
• Sales Meetings
• House Parties
• Anniversaries
led an alternative without
• Stags
• Office Parties
• Bar Mitzvas
saying how to get there."
• Wedding Receptions
• Reunions
• Banquets
He pointed out that "Is-
rael is not going to sit at the
Good Health Is To Your Advantage
PX Bar-B-Q Is Where A
table with the PLO" and
Everything From Our Kitchen Is Broiled Or Barbequed
Particular Taste Is Satisfied
that "Egypt has not
the European in-
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Detroiter's Work Focus of Concert

"Conversation for Five"
by Geraldine Schwartz,
member-composer of the
Music Study Club, will be
presented by the Detroit
Woodwind Quintet at the
Wayne State University
Composer's Concert 8:30
p.m. Jan. 28 in the univer-
sity's Community Arts Au-
ditorium.
Dr. James Hartway will
be on the podium. Perfor-
mers include: Linda Dob-
bertin, flute; Sylvia
Starkman, oboe; Lauran
Mitchell, clarinet; Michael
Wieland, bassoon; and

Doris Eubank, piano.
Original chamber music
compositions by other WSU
students in the Jan. 28 pro-
gram include those by Mark
Krench, Jim Lentini, De-
bbie Smith, Mark Sterling
and Ken Walicki. Faculty
members who will perform
include Dr. Morris
Hochberg and Doris
Richards.
The public is invited free
of charge.

MOVIE
GUIDE

Movies for Kids
in Southfield

The films, "Dinosaurs —
Terrible Lizards," "Dick
Whittington and His Cat"
and "Foolish Frog" will be
shown 1 p.m. Saturday in
the multi-purpose room of
the Beech Woods Reading
Center, 22200 Beech,
Southfield.
Admission
is
free.
School-age children are in-
vited. Pre-schoolers may
attend if accompanied by an
older child or adult.
For information, contact
the Beech Woods Reading
Center, 354-9513.

BERKLEY THEATRE

2990 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Berkley
LI 2-0330

All Seats $1.00

at all times

HELD OVER
Goldie Hawn in
"PRIVATE BENJAMIN" (R)
Weekdays incl. Sat. 7:20 & 9:30
Sun. 3, 5, 7:20 & 9:30

Tel Aviv Plans
Business District

TEL AVIV (JNI) — The
Tel Aviv municipality will
soon confirm a long-term
plan to revive its former
commercial and cultural
center. The rehabilitation of
a large downtown area will
include reconstruction of
architectural sites, closing
of streets to form private
malls, construction of public
squares and closing of
offices.

BLOOMFIELD
THEATRE

Downtown Birmingham
646-0154

ALL SEATS $1.50
HELD OVER 4TH WEEK!
"THE ELEPHANT MAN" (PG)
Show Time: Fri.-Sat. 7:15. 9:30
Sun. 5, 7:15. 9:30
Mon.-Tues. 7:15 Only
Wed.-Thurs. 7:15 & 9:30

KINGSWOOD THEATER

Woodward at Square Lake Rd.
Bloomfield Hills 338-2856
Under New Management
ALL SEATS $1.25
AT ALL TIMES
Goldie Hawn is
"PRIVATE BENJAMIN" (R)
Mon.-Sat. 7:20, 9:30
-
Sun. 5:10, 7:20, 9:30

Seafood
peeial

—of the week
FRESH LAKE SUPERIOR
WHITEFISH

A tender filet, laced with
Maitre D' butter. Includes
salad, rice pilav or baked
potato, vegetable and
our own Teacup Bread.

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Southfield
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Warren
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THURS., JAN. 22 vs NEW YORK ISLANDERS (JOE LOUIS ARENA) 7:30 P.M.
SAT., JAN. 24 vs COLORADO (JOE LOUIS ARENA)
7.30 P.M.
THURS., JAN. 29 vs MINNESOTA (JOE LOUIS ARENA)
1.30 P.M.

Tickets at Joe Louis Arena and all CTCOutlets including:
Hudson's, Kay Baum's, Olympia Ticket Service, Fisher
Theater, Windsor Arena, I Browse Bookstore
Connelly's Jewelers, Shapero's
Showerman's Party Store and Dicken's Den
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