100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

September 04, 1981 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-04

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

y
IOM GA1

OFFICIAL

Broomfield Repeats Opposition to AWACS Sale

AGENCY

- SALIEUSTif -...•-• illINIRS

(A-'si)

George
Ohrenstein
,Lewele_rs Ltd.

dreamy Jimgers uternondi.



Precious Stones —
PITACITAIOT7 Time Macs.
HARVARD ROW MALL
11 MS & Lahser
3534141

(Continued from Page 1)
overcome the numbers of
advanced Syrian, Iraqi
and other Arab aircraft
were they directed by
Saudi AWACS ...
"Israel's qualitative mili-
tary edge, which Secretary
_Haig has stated it•ili in U.S.
interests to support, would
vanish once the AWACS
were in Saudi inventory.
And no number of addi-
tional F-15 or F-16 aircraft
in the Israeli Air Force —
even on concessional terms
— could restore this critical
edge.
"U.S. interests would, in
fact, best be served by an in-
definite continuation of cur-
rent American ar-
rangements regarding the
AWACS with Saudi Arabia

"Should the United
States sell the AWACS to
the Saudis, it is apparently

not at all certain that the
Saudis would even share
the data output with us.
Moreover, there are no indi-
cations that the Saudis in-
tend to be at all forthcoming
'regarding United States ac-
cess to Saudi military
facilities or prepositioning
which are important to as-
suring U.S. interests in the
Persian Gulf
"Again, the Saudis ap-
pear intent on defining
their security in ways
that exclude U.S. security
concerns ..."
Newsweek - magazine
claimed this week that the
Reagan Administration is
considering giving Israel a
spy satellite, and also said
the Saudis have been asked
to accept mod _ ified AWACS
planes.
According to Newsweek,
the modifications would
strip the planes of the abil-

France Refuses PLO Status

SAY IT
WITH
TREES

PARIS—French Foreign an official banquet calling
Minister Claude Cheysson for PLO participation in fu-
said Sunday that France's ture Middle East peace
• new socialist government talks and also reiterated
has refused to recognize the France's belief that the
Palestinian Liberation Palestinians should be
Organization as the sole given the opportunity for
representative of the Pales- self-determination.
tinian people at this time.
In a related development,
Cheysson made the
President Francois Mitter-
statement Sunday follow-
rand •conferred Tuesday
ing his meeting in Beirut
evening for close to 90 min-
with PLO leader Yasir
utes with Israel's Ambas-
JEWISH
Arafat.
sador Meir Rosenne, the
NATIONAL FUND
The Israel government
first top-level contact since
27308 SOUTHFIELD
expressed its "disappoint-_ France's change of regime.
SFLD. MI. 48076
ment and concern" at the
. French sources believe
557-6644
meeting.
: the two men reviewed the
Monday thru Thursday
Joining the protest
overall situation in the
9AM to 5 PM
were.the Representative
Middle East in the light of
Friday 9AM to 4 PM
Council of Major Jewish
the statements made by
Organizations in France
French Foreign Minister
(CRIF) and the France-
Claude Cheysson during his
. Israel Alliance, which
recent trip to three Arab
had earlier written . countries and his meeting
French Premier Pierre
last Sunday with Arafat.
Mauroy, calling for
Israel had indicated
- Cheysson's resignation.
that it strongly disap-
Prior to his meeting with
proved of Cheysson's
Arafat, Cheysson spoke at
meeting with Arafat and
it is believed that the
Ambassador reiterated
the view that such meet-
Let the
ings, which can only in-
crease the PLO's interna-
tional prestige, are to be
regretted and that the
Cheysson-Arafat meet-
write the best prescription for
ing, which took place just
24 hours after the- 'ter-
your sprinkler needs
rorist assault on a
synagogue in Vienna,
Jeffrey Schreiber
was even more regret-
table.
No
Sabbath
Calls
968-0487
The president stressed
that his friendship fin- Israel
is unchanged and confirmed
PEARL SCISSORS
that he will continue to
apply the same basic princi-
ples which he outlined be-
fore his election, last May.
1
These included the promise
1
to pay an official visit to Is-
rael.
in Distant a-WESTERN HATS or

RAIN DOCTOR

•BUCKLES ,UNLIMITED
NIB mil...m.1

' SALE

I. 10% Discoed so KNIVES OR I
$1 OFF any belt

1-
BUCKLES

In coupon good thru 9-10-81 mo

IlOST

PEARL SCISSORS

'THE-BUCKLE LADY'

.$A50

3 for Slt7 5:‘
EADI
rent Buckle Styles
-Ov er 1,800 D re

2240 COOLIDGE

relay Ira Sairlay11-1 — Fru hrkiag

5 BLKS. N. OF 11 MILE

...

BERKLEY. Ni. 4072

545-6885

Friday, *baker 4, 1911 5

TIE INTROIT EMU JEWS

‘ Farmington

. *„35171 Grand River
■ :, : Va blk. E. of Drake

;.1112152111
lIpple
Si
Calf

474-0055

Bomb Blast Kills
Child, Hurts 16

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
eight-year-old Arab girl
was killed and 16 other
Arabs were injured when a
hand grenade exploded
under the cigarette stall
owned by the girl's father in
the market place in the
old city of Nablus. -Police
and security forces are in-
vestigating.

ity to coordinate offensive
air attacks, and give the
U.S. the capability of blow-
ing up the planes.
At the same time, Rep.
„Clarence D. Long (D-Md.),
chairman of the House
Appropriations Subcom-
mittee on Foreign Opera-
tions, sharply criticized the
Administration's intent to
proceed with the $8.5 billion
arms package for Saudi
Arabia, and announced his
plans to hold hearings on
the package as soon as the
House reconvenes.
Long called the Saudi
arms deal "a tactical
coup for the arms indus-
try but a major setback
for the American tax-
payer, who will ulti-
mately foot the bill for
this huge step-up in the
Mideast arms race."
Long is the chief sponsor
of the bi-partisan Long-
Lent Resolution of Disap-
, proval of the proposed sale.
It is now co-sponsored by
252 members — 34 more
than a majority. To block
the AWACS sale, both
houses of Congress must
pass such a resolution
within 30 days of the official
notification, expected on
Sept. 28. Long said he will
push for an early vote in the
full HoUse.
In Jerusalem, Sen. Al-
fonse D'Amato (R - N.Y.)-
predicted that there will be
a close vote in Congress on
AWACS. In a radio inter-
view during his visit to Is-
rael, D'Amato said the
United States should have

-

learned a lesson, from its side threat. The threat
arms sale to the Shah of comes from inside. It comes
Iran.
from its own military,. it
The Saudi threat does comes from a possible Qad-
not come from outside," he dafi coming to the surface.
stated. "The Saudis are in- That's not going to be con-
capable from defending trolled by giving them more
themselves against
F
out- fire povier."



LOOK 3E11ER . SAYE aro

Dad—maipaal

I.. -

LONG&
SHORT



BASKETS

559 Values

Nation-Wide
Delivery
a.
sirs

5 1 99 Coup

a TimOs Daily

RODNICK-
McINERNEY'S

772-4350

DRESSES

$29

Atle, Fve
s 6-44 ,

S:39 Crap

S99 Cron

S99 S69 S49

NEDDINGS

PARTIES

TODAY tn, SAT —

BAR

10 ant to

SHANDELS

AT1TZVAS
530 PAT

JF
BIRMINGHAM

1:4 SC./T11 W000444110 1% 2.4158

BURGLAR ALARMS

NEW COMPUTERIZED
SECURITY EQUIPMENT

ALLSTATE
ALARM
SYSTEMS
INC

Central Station Monitoring

Thousands of satisfied customers

CALL THE

ROTT BROS

-MARTY
. CY
SHEL

255-1540

17534 W. 7 MILE, DETROIT

LICENSED BY
MICH. DEPT. OF STATE POLICE

I Don't Want to Sell You A Car.
I Want To Help You Buy One.

You work hard for your money.
So do I.

But I don't think that a low price
alone is enough to get you to
spend your money at Jerry
Glassman Olds, or any other
car dealership.

I believe people want to
buy their car from a
dealership they can put
their trust in. A dealership
that'll work as hard for their
money as they did. Making sure
things are right — before, during
and atter the sale.
When you visit Glassman Olds,
well help you pick out a car that's
right for the kind of driving you do.
Then well quote you a fair price. A
price as low as any in town.

Maybe lower.

And, after the sale, you'll find
our smiles are just as wide.
our handshakes just as friendly
when you come in for a free
Warranty check.

That's the way I run things at
Jerry Glassman Oldsmobile.

Come in and see for yourself.

Glassman Oldsmobile
12 Mile and Telegraph

Phone (313) 354-3300

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan