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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, March 13, 1981

Labor Party Would Assure
Religious Pluralism Eban

JERUSALEM (JTA) — If
the Labor Alignment wins
the June 30 election it will
introduce legislation into
the next Knesset assuring
that all segments of
Judaism will have equality,
former Foreign Minister
Abba Eban has promised.
Eban, who is a Labor MK,
made this pledge at the re-
ception he gave for the dele-
gates to the 13th convention
of the World Council of
Synagogues and the 81st
annual convention of the
Rabbinical Assembly of
America, the organization
of American Conservative
Rabbis. It is the first time
the two groups have held a
joint convention and it is the
first time their conventions
have been held in Israel.
Jews in Israel should not
give preference to one trend
in Judaism over another,
Eban said. He rejected the
approach up to now in which
Orthodoxy is the only offi-

cially recognized form of
Judaism in Israel. In his
opening speech to the con-
vention last night, Rabbi
Seymour Cohen, president
of the Rabbinical Assembly,
also urged Israelis to give
equal status to all move-
ments in Judaism.

Muskie Joins
Law Firm

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Edmund Muskie, former
Secretary of State in the
Carter Administration, will
join the international law
firm Chadbourne, Parke,
Whitesaide and Wolff as a
senior partner. The firm has
offices in New York, Wash-
ington and the United Arab
Emirates.
The report said Muskie,
who left the Senate to join
the Carter Administration
last summer, expects to
spend most of his time in
Washington.

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Reagan Assures Jewish GOP
on Sale of Equipment to Saudis

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
President Reagan on Mon-
day assured Jewish Repub-
licans who supported his
election campaign that he
was "totally committed to
Israel's military superior- .
ity" and would see to it that
the U.S. enhancement of
Saudi Arabia's 62
American-made F-15
warplanes would not dis-
turb the balance of power
between Israel and its Arab
neighbors.
Reagan gave those as-
sureances at a 20-minute
meeting with five leading
Jewish Republican suppor-
ters at the White House.
They also met with Vice
President George Bush and
top Presidential aides in the
course of the White House
meeting which lasted about
two hours.
Max Fisher, who was
honorary co-chairman of
the Committee for
Reagan-Bush, the top
Jewish group supporting
the President's election,
told reporters, "We came
out feeling relieved." He
said "Reagan stated
categorically" that "the
balance of power in the
Middle East will not be dis-
turbed." He quoted the
President as stating he was
"totally committed to Is-
rael's military superiority
and the security of Israel."
Fisher said that after
discussion of the
President's economic
and defense programs
"we were convinced we
shoUld give him total
support and we will give
him total support."
Fisher made it clear,
however, that those meet-
ing with the President
did so as "representa-
tives" of the Coalition for
Reagan-Bush and that
"we were not representa-
tives of any joint Jewish
community. effort."
Gordon Zacks, of Colum-
bus, Ohio, said of the Saudi
firms deal, "We preferred
that there would not be a
sale" of the additional
equipment "but since there
is a sale, we are comforta-
ble" because "the balance of
power will be maintained."
He said that "in subsequent
talks" the qualitative secu-

.

12 Are Rescued
from Israeli Ship

NEW YORK (JTA) — As
of Wednesday, the U.S.
Coast Guard had rescued 12
persons and recovered 12
bodies in the Atlantic Ocean
95 miles east of Bermuda
where the 19,000-ton Israeli
bulk carrier Mezada sank in
heavy seas on Sunday.
Twelve members of the
Israeli and foreign crew
were still missing.
The Mezada, built for the
Zim Lines in the 1960s, was
one day from its destination
in Baltimore when it began'
taking on water during a
storm and sank. The
Mezada was carrying a
cargo of potash and had
sailed from Ashdod three
weeks ago.

rity of Israel and its eco-
nomic position would be dis-
cussed.
The others attending the
meeting were Theodore
Cummings of Los Angeles,
who was honorary co-
chairman, with Fisher, of
the Coalition for Reagan-
Bush, and Jack Stein and
George Klein of New York.
Fisher later said he was
relieved by the President's
statements on the Saudi is-
sue. He noted, however,
that "some of us felt better,
some of us didn't feel quite
so good" after the meeting.
Klein said he was "dis-
appointed" by the sale of
equipment but expressed
hope that "before the
Saudi package deal is
completed the matter will
be resolved both for the
sake of America as well
as Israel."
The Israeli Cabinet and
other officials expressed
displeasure over the
weekend with the Reagan
Administration decision.
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir said the sale would
accelerate the Middle East
arms race. Other Cabinet
members expressed their
opposition, but Israel ap-
parently plans no further
protest.
Meanwhile, a number of
Republicans and Democrats
in the U.S. Congress have
announced their intention
to fight the sale. Those who
have spoken out against the
sale include Senators Jack
Kemp (R-N.Y.), Robert
Packwood (R-Ore.), Rudy
Boschwitz (R-Minn.),
Claiborne Pell (D-R.I.), Ted
Kennedy (D-Mass.), Joseph
Biden (D-Del.), Alan
Cranston (D-Calif.), and
Carl Levin (D-Mich.)
Levin said the same
standard used by the Carter
_Administration should be
used by the Reagan Ad-
ministration: will the sale of


Reagan to Sell
Radar Planes
to Saudi Arabia

WASHINGTON — The
Reagan Administration
announced Wednesday its
intention to sell to Saudi
Arabia four highly-
advanced radar planes.
The decision, aimed at
guarding the Saudis from
potential threats from the
Soviet Union, Iraq or South
Yemen, also will give the
Saudis the capability of
monitoring all israeli air-
craft movements.
Press reports also said
that the U.S. has decided to
spend $1 billion on the
Egyptian airfield at Ras
Banas near the Red Sea and
gain U.S. access to the base.

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