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August 21, 1981 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, August 21, 1981

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East situation. Noting this
and talks with Premier
Menahem Begin and Israeli
Ambassador Ephraim Ev-
ron, Haig declared, "The
President has lifted the sus-
pension of military aircraft
deliveries to Israel."
Haig said at a news con-
ference that the President's
decision to resume deliv-
eries of F-16 and F-15
fighter-bombers to Israel
was not linked to the
scheduled visit by Begin to
Washington in September.

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Israeli sources disputed
that statement.
Israeli political circles
reacted coolly to the an-
nouncement. There was
no direct reference to the
decision, but political
sources referred report-
ers to the statement Pre-
mier Menahem Begin
made last Sunday.
He said then that the em-
bargo "was absolutely un-
just and unjustifiable. A
wrong was done to Israel,
those planes having been
denied to Israel for quite a
long period." Begin added,
however, that President
Reagan "will decide to right
that wrong, and righting a
wrong is doing justice."
He also stated that the
planes which the U.S. with-
held "are not American
planes. They are Israeli
planes made in America."
the
Consequently,
sources pointed out,
Jerusalem was not about to
thank the United States for
lifting the embargo. Fur-
thermore, the sources
stressed that Israel had not
undertaken any new com-
mitments following the lift-
ing of the embargo. Israel,
they said, had never broken
any arms agreement with
the U.S. to use the planes for
defensive purposes only —
according to Israel's defini-
tion of defensive. This in-
cluded the bombings of the
Iraqi nuclear reactor and
the terrorist installations in
Beirut.
Begin also denied last
Sunday that the U.S. had
ever asked Israel to limit
the use of U.S.-made air-
craft to "non-attack"
purposes. Begin said-that
such a request was "out
of this world."
Israeli Ambassador Ep-
hraim Evron also denied

that a deal had been made
between Israel and the
United States which led to
the lifting of the U.S. em-
bargo.
Asked on NBC-TV's "To-
day" program whether the
decision announced by Haig
was related to Israel's
agreement to the cease-fire
last month, Evron replied:
"Certainly not. One thing
has got nothing to do with
the other." He also asserte
that "no deal whatsoever`
had been made.
According to officials at
the Pentagon, the 14 Israeli
F-16s are still under flight
restrictions because of mod-
ifications that must be
made. All U.S. Air Force
F-16s have been temporar-
ily grounded because of
navigational computer fail-
ure.
The sources stated,
-"We are not even in a
position to guess on when
we will have them (the 14
planes for Israel) ready."
The officials told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that the two F-15s at the
McDonnell-Douglas plant
in St. Louis will depart for
Israel after U.S. Air Force
and tanker -support has
been arranged and when all
required preflight tests
have been made. "We do not
have an exact time yet."
Pentagon officials also
said they did not have a
total figure available for
storage costs Israel will be
charged for the embargoed
planes.
Ambassador Evron called
the charges "an outrage"
last week when he learned
that the U.S. wants to
charge Israel $13,500 per
day storage fees for 10 of the
F-16s which were held at -a
U.S. airbase in New Hamp-
shire.

Sports Medicine and Games
Begin Oct. 29 in Tel Aviv

NEW YORK — The first
Israel Medical Games and
International Conference
on Sports Medicine will
take place Oct. 29-Nov. 8 in
Tel Aviv.
This event will be held
under the patronage of the
Israel Minister of Health,
Tel Aviv University and the
mayor of Tel Aviv. It will be
conducted under the au-
spices of the World Medical
Games.
The meeting consists of
two programs, one scientific
and one sporting. The sub-
jects of the scientific pro-
gram are: The adaptation of
- man to extreme climatic
conditions; injuries result-
ing from physical activity;
epidemiology in warm
countries.
The sports competition
includes: track and field,
cycling, fencing, golf,
pentathlon, windsurfing,
squash, football, basket-
ball and volleyball.
Prizes will be awarded
for first, second and third
places.
All individual events will
be classified according to

age group. The official lan-
guages of the conference are
Hebrew, English and
French. For information,
contact Travel Unlimited,
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Travel, 352-4873; Hamil-
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Fayne, 557-5145; Travel
Max, 851-7760; Jules Done-
son Travel, 353-5811; or
your travel agent.

Caribbean Hotel
Set for Season

• MIAMI BEACH — The
Caribbean Hotel on Miami
Beach will re-open Nov. 22
for the winter season under
the direction of long-time
owner Sam Schechter.
The block-long hotel has a
fresh water pool, patio and
private beach, and serves
two kosher meals daily and
three on the Sabbath under
the direction of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America.

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is the friends who frequent
it.
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