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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH

24 Friday, October 9, 1981

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UNITED NATIONS
(JTA1— The Israel Mission
to the UN has rejected a
study published here on al-
leged Israeli nuclear ar-
mament, charging that "the
terms of reference of the
group of experts set up to
study the alleged Israeli
nuclear armament was in-
tended to prejudge in ad-
vance the outcome of the
study."
A group of five experts
was appointed by the Spe-
cial UN Session on Disar-
mament in 1978 to investi-
gate
Israel nuclear
capabilities at the initiative
of Iraq. ,In its report last
week the group concluded

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replace those army officers
presently dealing with daily
affairs," Naor said. The
Sharon plan envisages some
local Arabs serving in the
civilian authority.

One section of his plan
encountered objections
in the Cabinet and was
amended. The objections
centered on an article
which authorized the De-
fense Minister to deter-
mine general policy in the
occupied territories once
the autonomy plan goes
into effect.

Several ministers argued
that setting policy was the
prerogative of the entire
government, not solely the
Defense Ministry. The arti-
cle was changed to state
that the Defense Minister
would be responsible for de-
termining the "procedures"
in the territory, not policy.

Israel Disputes Findings
of UN Nuclear Report

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administraion of the West
Bank and Gaza Strip with
emphasis on the separation
of powers between the
military and local civilian
authorities. The plan is
scheduled to go into effect
this December.
Cabinet Secretary Arye
Naor explained later that
the military government
would still exercise overall
control over newly ap-
pointed civilian officials. He
said that under the Camp
David agreements, the
military government could
not be replaced by a civilian
government. However,
Naor noted that,some func-
tions presently carried out
by military officers would
be transferred to civilians in
the future.
"Not that the military
government would be re-
placed by a civil govern-
ment but that civilians will

that Israel possesses the
ability to produce nuclear
arms but said it could not
determine whether Israel
has already made an
A-bomb.

In a statement issued
here last Friday the Israel
Mission recalled that the
study was initiated by Iraq
"which attempted to cover
up in this manner its own
military nuclear ambition
and activity." The Israeli
statement also noted that "a
report which draws upon
technological and scientific
aspects of nuclear capabil-
ity was written by five ex-
perts, four of whom are
political scientists while the
only nuclear physicist hap-
pens to be an Arab."

Chicago Greets
Ed Rosenthal

CHICAGO — Leaders of
the. Chicago Jewish com-
munity recently held a re-
ception at Palmer House to
welcome the new director of
the Chicago Chapter of
Jewish National Fund,
former Detroiter Edward
Rosenthal.
Rosenthal is the former
Midwest regional director of
the American Friends of
Haifa University and
served as executive director
of Akiva Hebrew Day
School in Southfield.

Leaders of the Israel Bonds Women's Division are
shown at the recent planning meeting for the Oct. 29
"Bond Between Us" luncheon at Cong. Shahrey
Zedek. Standing are, from left, Goldie Adler, Franka
Charlupski, Leah Snider, Phyllis Newman and Anne
Parzen. Seated are Anne Helfman, Mala Dorfman,
Alice Ross and Irma Katchke.

Pioneer Women Donor Slated

Greater Detroit Council,
Pioneer Women/Na'amat,
will hold its annual donor
luncheon Oct. 25, 12:30 p.m.
at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Donor Chairman Ruth L.
Miller announces that the
afternoon will feature guest
speaker Marla F. Gilson,
community relations direc-
tor of the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee
and a regiStered lobbyist on
Capitol Hill. Her topic will
be "Israel and the U.S. Con-

Marty
Entertainers
Liebman of Kol Israel and
Norma Har Paz, vocalist,
will entertain. The invoca-
tion will be delivered by
Miriam Hoberman, past
persident of Dimona Chap-
ter, and anthems will be
sung by Rhoda Friedman.
Evelyn Noveck is Grea-
ter Detroit Council presi-
dent and Renee Shuster
is council vice president
of funds. Bulletin editor
is Frieda Barris, Lorraine
Gale is co-editor, and
Miriam Rose is bulletin
adviser. Table decora-
tions are ender the direc-
tion of M-trgaret K. Bial-
kin, Shir ee Katzman is
hostess .hairman, and
Elsie Har. -31d is chairman
of seating arrangements.
Requirements for the
luncheon are a minimum

RUTH MILLER
donation, plus the cost of the
luncheon. Reservations
should be made by Oct. 19
by calling the Pioneer
Women office, 967-4750.
Friends are invited.
Chapter Donor Chairmen
are: Chana Michlin,
Jeanette Serling, Sylvia
Isaacs, Ethel Disner, Clara
Elzofon, Jean Kurtzman,
Julia Nathan, Karen Ber-
ris, Muriel Dworetsky,
Renee Shuster, Elaine
Kohner, Zelda Rosman,
Bertha Lupovitch, Esther.
Gorman, Dorothy Rood,
Shirley Rubinstein, Lee
Wagman, Ruth Kanter,
Fanny Press, Lena
Schwartz, Lillian Lublin,
Frieda Barris and Marsha
Cohen.

Yeshiva Women Set Donor

Ladies of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will have their
60th annual donor luncheon
noon Oct. 28 at Cong. Dovid
Ben Nuchim.
The luncheon will be

Music Club Hears Soprano

Soprano Birdena Oakley,
recent graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan School
of Music and student of Eva
Likova, will appear in con-
cert for the Music Study
Club 12:15 p.m. Oct. 22 at
Temple Beth El. Her ac-
companist will be James
Wilhelmsen.
In Ann Arbor, Miss Oak-
ley has performed leading
roles as Pamina in "The
Magic Flute," the Countess
in "The Marriage of Figaro"
and Cio Cio San in
"Madame Butterfly." She
also had lead roles in "The
Merry Widow" and "The
Gypsy Baron" as guest of

the Comic Opera Guild.
She has made frequent
appearances on radio and
television and was pre-
sented in recital in the In-
ternational Opera Festival
held in Las Palmas. She has
traveled throughout Europe
as featured soloist with the
Michigan Chamber Choir.
Plans are under way for her
debut at Orchestra Hall
next year.
Guests are welcome at a
nominal fee. For concert in-
formation, call President
Helen Kerwin, 353-6245.
Program Chairman is
Helen Rowin and Chairman
of the Day
is Doris Markel.
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FANNY LAUFER
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Cottler. Honorees
are: Mrs. Irene Finkel, Mrs.
Leo Pollack and Mrs. Helen
Mertz.
Reservation deadline is
Oct. 19. For reservations,
call President Fanny
Laufer, 968-7146; Chair-
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