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May 15, 1981 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bar-Ilan Women's Chapter
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Ambassador Toon Rejects
Arab State and AWACS Sales

Friday, May 15, 1981

An overflow crowd of nearly 150 women gave
these arrangers of the Breakfast With Bar-
Ilan reason to smile. The event was the occasion
n to reactivate the Detroit Chapter of American Women
for Bar-Ilan University. Arranging the program,
were, from left: Sharon Hart, chairwoman of the
breakfast; Frieda Stollman, president and founder of
the American Women for Bar-Ilan; Harriet Berg, di-
rector of the artistic portion of the program, which
Yeatured the Festival Dancers: Barbara Stollman,
hostess; and Joanne Zuroff, guest speaker.

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Alpha Omega Women Install
Sharon\ Lipton as President

The Detroit Auxiliary of
- Alpha Omega will install
' Sharon B. Lipton as its new
president at the annual
fraternity dinner-dance 8
p.m. Saturday at Temple Is-
<_=.-cael. Cocktails will be
served at 7.
Officers to be installed
with Mrs. Lipton are: Ellie
- -Schaumberg, president-
elect; Laura Miller, trea-
surer; Beverly Bloom, Fran
Sonne and Joan Fischer,
secretaries.
Elected to the board were:
Susie Bloom, Marcia
Felhandler, Sylvia Freed-
'man, Barbara Friedman,
Lois Gerenraich, Claudia
- Hirschman, Lorie Horowitz,
, Honora Levy, Mimi Mar-
I kofsky, Jackie Michaelson,

Former U.S. Ambassador
to Russia and Israel Mal-
colm Toon was emphatic, in
his address to a capacity
audience at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek Tuesday, in his oppo-
sition to the establishment
of a new Arab state in the
so-called West Bank area.
He said the danger from
Russian influence there was
a matter for deep concern.
At the same time, he
called the Reagan Adminis-
tration decision to sell
AWACS to Saudi Arabia a
serious blunder and ex-
pressed the view that it will
not be approved.
His address was the an-
nual lecture in memory of
Adolph Lichter, sponsored
by the Lichter Family.
On the question of the
decline of emigration of
Jews from Russia, Am-
bassador Toon ascribed
to the possible pressure
from the Arabs, the brain
loss which contributed to
the economic decline and
the lack . of trust ex-
pressed in the Soviet
Union by the current
American policy.
While fearing a possible
serious conflict between Is-
rael and Syria, he said
primarily the Soviet-Syrian
negotiations are in the arms
sales by the USSR to Syria.

He said he considered it a
serious need that the USSR
have a role in the Middle
East for the sake of dip-
lomatic realism and ex-
pressed the belief that it
would have been more im-
portant for Philip Habib to
negotiate with Moscow
rather than Damascus.
Reviewing the an-
tagonisms stemming from
the USSR, Toon took a
strong stand against sup-
plying the chronological
know-how to the Soviet
Union in any form. He also
deplored the abandonment
of the grain embargo, stat-
ing that in his experience he
found that it had an effect
on American policies in
dealing with the Kremlin.
While urging a firm
stand in dealing with the
Soviets, Toon urged cau-
tion.
Lea Field, chairman of
the Shaarey Zedek cultural
commission, presided at the
meeting and Rabbi Irwin
Groner introduced the guest
speaker.



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Irwin T. 'Holtzman will
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Israeli literature in He-
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English and Arabic — 8
p.m. Sunday at the Israel
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