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November 12, 1982 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, November 12, 1982

Lebanon Aid Tops $1 Million

Expect New Congress to Favor Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) — • takes office in January is
The new Congress that expected to see only one

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Zorinsky, who is Jewish,
and Lugar, voted for the
sale of AWACS to Saudi
Arabia last year, although
Zorinsky first voted against
it in the committee and then
supported it in the final
floor vote.
But Sarbanes, a member
of the Near Eastern and
South Asian Affairs sub-
committee, has been a
major and important sup-
porter of Israel in the Se-
nate.
In the House, the major
development was the defeat
of Rep. Paul Findley (R-Ill.),
who has not only been criti-
cal of Israel but has been
considered by some as the
chief spokesman for the
Palestine Liberation
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Findley was the rank-
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change in the Senate
Foreign Relations Commit-
tee but at least 10 new faces
in the House Foreign Af-
fairs Committee.
However, these two im-
portant committees where
much of the issues affecting
Israel are discussed and
voted upon are expected to
continue their pro-Israel
stances despite their chair-
men, Sen. Charles Percy
(R-Ill.) and Rep. Clement
Zablocki (D-Wis.) who have
often been critical of Israel
and supportive of the Pales-
tinians.
The Senate committee
opening was caused by the
decision of Sen. S. I.
Hayakawa (R-Calif.) not to
seek re-election.

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Rep. Paul McCloskey
(R-Calif.), another suppor-
ter of the PLO, did not seek
re-election, but instead
made an unsuccessful bid
for the Republican nomina-
tion as candidate for gover-
nor of California.
McCloskey has publicly
attacked what he called the
influence of American Jews
on U.S. foreign policy. Last
summer, he visited PLO
chief Yasir Arafat in Beirut
and emerged with a docu-
ment in which he said
Arafat recognized Israel
which was later repudiated.
Incidentally, in a story in
the Riyadh newspaper, Al-
Jazirah, Oct. 20, the Saudi
Arabian newspaper's Wash-
ington bureau warned that
Findley's defeat could have
"serious consequences" for
the Saudis, Palestinians
and other Arabs.

"He (Findley) is a major
stumbling block in the
face of the Zionists and
their supporters," the
paper said, somewhat
exaggerating the Illinois
Congressman's influ-
ence. "But he is not the
only one," the newspaper
added. It listed the others
as Percy and Zablocki.

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While Findley's defeat
cheers supporters of Israel,
the new House Foreign Af-
fairs Committee will also be
without several strong sup-
porters of Israel.
Among the Democrats,
Rep. Jonathan Bingham of
New York did not seek re-
election because of reappor-
tionment, and Rep. Bob
Shamansky of Ohio was the
only Jewish Congressman
defeated in the Nov. 2 elec-
tions.
On the Republican side,
Rep. Edward Derwinsky, a
ranking minority member
who champions Israel, was
defeated in the Republican
primary in Illinois last
spring. He has been ap-
pointed State Department
Counselor by President Re-
agan.
Rep. Robert Dornan made
an unsuccessful primary bid
for governor of California
and Rep. Millicent Fenwick
was defeated by Democrat
Frank Lautenberg in the
New Jersey Senate race.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Aid from American Jewry
to Lebanon in the wake of
the war there has topped $1
million, the American
Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee announced.
The sum includes more
than $320,000 in cash and
the value of double that sum
in aid-in-kind, such as clo-
thing and blankets.
American-Jewish partici-
pation in Lebanon relief
began in mid-June with a

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residents to monitor blood
pressure will be offered by
the American Red Cross
Nov. 30 at 1 p.m. The class
will be held at the Oak Park
Senior Citizen Center,
14300 Oak Park Blvd.

Levin to Write
DeLorean Book

Hillel Levin, senior editor
of Monthly Detroit maga-
zine, has been signed by
Viking Press to write a
biography of John DeLo-
rean, the auto executive ar-
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Israeli Films
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NEW YORK (JTA) —
Two films, written, com-
posed, directed and pro-
duced by Issachar Miron, a
winner of Israel's coveted
"Engle Music Award" and a
laureate of the American
Society of Composers,
Authors and _Producers
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On the more favorable
side, Rep. Dale Fascell
(D-Fla.), a leading sup-
porter of Israel was re-
elected after a tough con-
test and is the ranking
Democrat with the re-
tirement of L. H. Foun-
tain of North Carolina,
after Zablocki, the
chairman.

The ranking Republican
member, Rep. William
Broomfield of Michigan is
also a friend of Israel.
The Jews on the House
Foreign Affairs Committee
are Reps. Benjamin Ro-
senthal and Stephen Solarz,
both (D-N.Y.); Howard
Wolpe (D-Mich.), Samuel
Gejdenson (D-Conn.), Tom
Lantos (D-Calif.), and Ben-
jamin Gilman (R-N.Y.).

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The JDC is coordinating
its efforts in Lebanon with
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tions, among them the
Lebanese Red Cross, the
United Nations Relief and
Works Agency, Terre des
Hommes, Caritas
(Catholic), the Interna-
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