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November 13, 1981 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-13

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6 Friday, November 13, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli Delegation in D.C.
to Explain Plan Opposition

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
A six-member Israeli dele-
gation began the task Wed-
nesday of explainin to

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American officials why Is-
rael is adamantly opposed
to the eight-point Middle
East peace plan proposed by
Crown Prince Fand of Saudi
Arabia.
The group, made up of
government and opposition
members of the Knesset,
met with Secretary of State
Alexander Haig Wednes-
day. They went to the White
House Thursday for a meet-
ing with White House
Counsellor Edward Meese
and National Security Ad-
viser Richard Allen.
The six-member group,
led by Moshe Arens, chair-
man of the Knesset Foreign
Affairs and Security Com-
mittee, who is expected to be
Israel's next ambassador to
the United States, and
Chaim Herzog, former Is-
raeli ambassador to the
United Nations, also met
with the Senate Armed
Services and Foreign Rela-
tions Committees Thursday
and officials of the Republi-
can and Democratic na-
tional committees.

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Sen. Jacob Javits Will Open Book Fair

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theater program 2 p.m.
Sunday. For information,
call the Jewish Community
Center, 661-1000.

The co-sponsoring organ-
izations of the Book Fair in-
clude:

Akiva Day School PTA, Alpha
Epsilon Pi Fraternity at Wayne
State University, American
Jewish Committee, American
Jewish Congress, American

• • •

WSU Press, JPS Dinner
Set Nov. 22 at Book Fair

Reservations are still
being taken for the Wayne
State University Press and
Jewish Publication Society
of America dinner slated to
take place 6 p.m. Nov. 22
during the annual Jewish
Book Fair at the Jewish
Community Center.
WSU Press and JPS will
present as their speakers
Prof. Arnold Goldsmith,
WSU professor of English,
who will speak at 4 p.m.
that day on "Modern Impli-
cations of an Old Jewish

Legend."
The author of "The Golem
Remembered, 1909-1980,"
Dr. Goldsmith will show the
film, "Der Golem."
At 7 p.m., Nahum
Sarna, editor of the Bible
Translation Committee
of the Jewish Publication
Society, will speak on
"Translating the Bible
for the Modern World."
Reservation deadline is
Saturday. There is a charge.
For reservations, call the
Center, 661-1000.

Saudi 'Confrontation State'
Status Linked to Overflights

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
reason for the overflights by
Israeli Air Force planes into
Saudi Arabian territory
near the Tabak air base,
announced by Riyadh but
not confirmed here offi-
cially, is probably to be
found in Defense Minister
Ariel Sharon's warning
Monday that Saudi Arabia
would henceforth be consid-
ered a "confrontation state."
Observers here say the
flights, which have repor-
tedly been going on for some
time, were -designed to
underline the warning to
the Saudis.
The Foreign Ministry
said it knew nothing of the
flights, while the Defense
Ministry and army spokes-
men declined to comment on
the reports. But the fact

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that this was merely a "no
comment" reply, while
other reports that the over-
flying aircraft had actually
attacked targets was flatly
denied, is taken here as a
semi-admission that Israeli
planes have flown over
Saudi Arabia, probably on
reconnaissance.
Addressing foreign
correspondents in Tel
Aviv Monday, Sharon
said: "The only target of
these weapons (the
AWACS and beefed-up
F-15s) is Israel, and it is a
mistake to think the
Saudis are moderate. In
the paper we have pre-
pared (for the corre-
spondents) you see how
the Saudis participated
in all the wars against Is-
rael.
"They faught against us
in the War of Independence
(in 1948), then on the Egyp-
tian side. In the Six-Day
War, they fought together
with the Jordanians and
kept their troops for 10
years, until 1977.

troit Council of Pioneer Women,
Hebrew Department of the
Jewish Community Center,
Hillel Day School PTO, Jewish
Historical Society of Michigan,
Jewish National Fund and
Jewish Publication Society.
Also, the men4s clubs and sis-
terhoods of Adat Shalom
Synagogue, Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses, Beth Achim, Beth
Shalom, Bnai David, Bnai
Moshe, Shaarey Zedek, Temple
Beth El, Temple Emanu-EI and
Temple Israel; and the sister-
hoods of Birmingham Temple,
Temple Beth Jacob, Temple.Kol
Ami and Young Israel.
Also, the Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah, Michigan
Region Women's American ORT,

Michigan Coalition of Secular
and Humanistic Jews (Birming-
ham Temple, Jewish Parents In-
stitute, Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute, Workmen's Circle Michigan
District Committee), National
Council of Jewish Women, Rus-
sian Acculturation Program of
the Jewish Community Center,
Sephardic Jewish Community of
Greater Detroit and Shaarit
Haplaytah — Survivors of 1945.
Also, Wayne State University
Press, Women's Auxiliary to the
Maimonides Medical Society,
Women's Auxiliary — United
Hebrew Schools, Yiddish Com-
mittee of the Jewish Community
Center, Young Women of the
Jewish National Fund and
Zionist Organization of Detroit-

• • •

Book Fair Calendar

SATURDAY
8 p.m. — Jacob Javits ("Javits, The Autobiography of a Pub-
lic Man.")
SUNDAY
11 a.m. — Sharon Strassfeld ("The Jewish Family Book"),
will speak on "Brainstorms — Alternative Jewish Lifes-
tyles."
1 p.m.— Paul Panish ("Exit Visa"), will speak in Yiddish and
English on "These Are Jews?!"
2 p.m_ — Children's theater: Rainbow Celebration will pre-
sent "Don't Give Up the Ship." There is a charge.
2:30 p.m. — Edda Semi Machlin ("The Classic Cuisine of the
Italian Jews)", will speak on "My Adventures as an Italian
Jew."
3:15 p.m. — Paul Panish ("Exit Visa"), will speak in Russian
and English on "Where Have We Landed?" ,
8 p.m. — Robert Moss ("Death Beam"), will speak on "The
Secret Link Between Third World Terrorism and Soviet
Anti-Semitism."
MONDAY
10 a.m. — Harry Kemelman ("Conversations With Rabbi
Small"), will speak on "The Psychology of the American
Jew."
Noon — Luncheon (Reservations required. There is a
charge.)
1 p.m. — David Gross ("The Jewish Almanac") and Joel
Gross ("Books of Rachel"), will speak on "Jewish Survival:
The Uncharted Paths."
8 p.m. — June Sochen ("Consecrate Every Day"), will speak
on "The Changing Role of Jewish Women."
TUESDAY
10 a.m.— Leona Blair ("A Woman's Place"), will speak on "Is
It Just the Hand That Rocks the Cradle?"
Noon — Luncheon (There is a charge. Reservations re-
quired.)
1 p.m. — Malachi Martin ("King of Kings"), will speak on
"The Davidic Spirit and Modern Israel."
8 p.m. — Dr. Sybil Milton ("Art of the Holocaust"), will speak
on "Artists in the Shadow of Doom."
WEDNESDAY
10 a.m. — Jay Neugeboren ("The Stolen Jew"), will speak on
"Can You Steal a Jew?"
Noon — Luncheon (There is a charge. Reservations re-
quired.)
1 p.m. — Silvia Tennenbaum ("Yesterday's Streets"), will
speak on "The German Jewish Experience."
8 p.m. — I.L. Kenen ("Israel's Defense Liner), will speak on
"Is- There Hope for an Arab-Israeli Peace?"
THURSDAY
10 a.m. — Helen Latner ("The Book of Modern Jewish

Etiquette"), will speak on "Lifestyles for the Eightiesi.From

Rejection to Rediscovery."
'Noon — Luncheon (There is a charge. Reservations re-
quired.)
— Herbert Gold ("Family"), will speak on "Every-
"In the Yom Kippur War, 1 p.m. Family."
they participated in the body's
8 p.m.—John Bierman ("The Righteous Gentile"), will speak
Golan Heights. Like the
on 'Ifs He Alive?"
Jordanians they sent their
SATURDAY, NOV. 21
troops there to fight against
8 p.m. — English-Yiddish Theater Evening with Miriam
us with the Syrians.
Kressyn, Seymour Rexsite and Mickey Freeman. There is a
"What steps will Israel
charge.
take? Israel will treat the
SUNDAY, NOV. 22
Saudis exactly like we treat
10:30 a.m. — Sylvia Rothchild ("Voices of the . Holocaust"),
every confrontation Arab
will speak on "After the Silence."
Noon — Bnai Brith Brunch. (There is a charge. Reservations
state. Because the Saudis
required.
became, by having these
1 p.m..-- Lewis Orde ("Heritage"), will speak on "Heritage Is
weapons and opposing the
Our Strength."
peace (the Camp David Ac-
2 p.m. — Barbara Cohen ("Yussel's Prayer"), will tell chil-
cords) ... we, therefore, re-
dren's stories.
gard them as a confronta-
2:15 p.m. — Rabbi Lawrence Kushner ("The River of Light"),
tion state and that is the
will speak on "Altered States of Judaism."
way we are going to treat
3:15 p.m. — Aharon Appelfeld ("Badenheim 1939"), will
speak in Hebrew and English on "The Israeli Writer- My Life,
them — as a hostile Arab
My Work."
confrontation state."
4 p.m.— Arnold Goldsmith ("The Golem Remembered"), will
There are few tables speak on "Modern Implications of an Old Jewish Legend."
The movie "Der Golem" will be shown-
where convivial talents will 6 p.m. — Jewish Publication Society and Wayne State Uni-
not pass in payment, espe- versity Press Dinner. (There is a charge. Reservations Re-
cially where the host wants quired.)
brains or the guest has 7 p.m. — Nahum Sarna will speak on "%Translating the Bible
for the Modern World."
money.

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