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December 31, 1982 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-31

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1THE'DETROIT JEWISH _NEWS

-

Israel's Position at UN Is Unchanged;
Blum Fears Ouster from Assembly in 1983

UNITED NATIONS The envoy noted that the
(JTA) — Israel's basic assembly opened a few days
interests and position at the ' after the massacre of Pales-
United Nations did not tinian civilians in Beirut
change during the 37th ses- and marked the first time
sion of the General Assem- Israel had participated in
bly, Ambassador Yehuda an international forum
Blum of Israel said. since the "Peace for Galilee"
Blum said, however, that operation was launched
r-at is expected that next year June 6.
the Arabs will attempt • "The timing was not in
o. again to suspend Israel from Israel's favor," Blum
the assembly. He added that said, -referring to the
the composition of the Secu- proximity of the events in
rity Council will be "worse" Lebanon and the opening
*'next year because Pakistan of the assembly session.
will replace Japan, "But at the end there was
`Nicaragua will- replace not a great deal of change
Panama and Malta will re- as far as Israel is c-bn-
- place Ireland as part of the cerned.
"We knew that there
rotation of seats.

SPACE Programs Scheduled

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SPACE will sponsor a
workshop on financial
management 7:30 p.m. Jan.
20. Steven Kopitz, regis-
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on "Managing Your Fi-
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reservations and informa-
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Cake Recipe
By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

1 stick butter
2 eggs
1 3/4 cups flour
1 cup brown sugar
Y2 cup milk
1 3/4 tsps. baking wder
2 tsps. vanilla sugar
V.2 cup 'raisins
3/4 cup chopped walnuts
Mix all ingredients together,
except raisins and walnuts, at
a low speed until blended.
Then blend another minute or
so on medium speed until bat-
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Frost with whipped cream to
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SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST AND
AUXILIARY will meet
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. Friends
are invited. The auxiliary
will visit the Northland
Nursing Home 1:30 p.m.
Jan. 20. Gifts, refreshments
and games will highlight
the afternoon. Persons
wishing to volunteer should
call President Sarah
Kaminsky, 968-1781. - • -

would be a series of anti-
Israel resolutions (in the as-
sembly), as in previous
years, but all in all Israel, at
the conclusion of the assem-
bly, is more at ease than
when the assembly opened."
Blum claimed that the as-
sembly session could be
viewed as a "failure" for the
Arabs. He noted that when
the session began it seemed
that the Arabs were going to
try to use their diplomatic
muscles to make up for the
military defeat in Lebanon
and the lack of concerted
Arab reaction to the Israeli
operation. But the Arab
delegations did not succeed,
Blum said.
"The Arabs at the UN
have realized that the
Palestine Liberation
Organization was crushed
militarily and politically in
Lebanon," the IsraelLenvoy
said.
As a result, he ob-
served, the Arabs, in
order to sweeten the bit-
ter pill of defeat the PLO
had to swallow, sup-
ported even more ex-
treme resolutions in the
assembly dealing with
Palestinian rights than
they did in the past.
But, behind the scenes, it
was clear that the PLO had
lost ground with the Arab
delegations, Blum said.
"This became particularly
clear in relations between
Jordan and the PLO," he
said.
He noted that'the division
of interests became evident
"with the struggle and
- sharp exchanges" between
the two sides.
Blum expressed disap-
pointment about the atti-
tude of the European coun-
tries toward the Mideast
conflict. He said that while
the European countries
voted against extreme pro-
Palestinian resolutions last
year, they preferred to abs-
tain this year.
This was clearly
demonstrated when the
European countries
abstained on a resolution
calling for the establish-
ment of a Palestinian
state, under the leader-
ship of the PLO, Blum
said.

Ouster. Urged
for Vatican Aide
With 'Nazi Ties

LOS ANGELES — The
Simon Wiesenthal Center
has asked the Vatican to
dismiss its new financial
adviser, Hermann J. Abs,
who it claims served the
Nazis as one of the key
banking officials in -the
Third Reich.
The center asserts that
Abs, honorary chairman of
West Germany's Deutsche
Bank and former chairman
of the largest bank in Nazi
Germany from 1941-1945,
supervised the expropria-
tion of private businesses
and participated in dealings
with the I.G. Farben Co.
when it was building a slave
labor rubber plant at Au-
schwitz.

'December 31, 1982-39

Elizabeth Taylor in Israel

.

He also expressed "disap-
pointment" that a number
of Latin American countries
supported this year the
anti-Isrel resolution on the
Mideast.
Blum said that Israel was
successful in thwarting the
Arab move to suspend Israel
from the assembly. He said
that this was possible be-
cause the United States
took a very firm position
against the Arab plan.
As for the role of Egypt
in this year's assembly,
Blum said that the Egyp-
tians used the occasion as
part of their campaign to
return to the Arab fold.
As a result, Blum said,
the Egyptian rhetoric at the
UN was'very unpleasant to
Israeli ears._ "It began in
April, when Israel com-
pleted its withdrawal from
the Sinai. The Egyptians
suddenly started sharpen-
ing their rhetoric" against
Israel, Blum said, noting
that the Egyptian speeches
at the UN during the Leba-
non war were among the
sharpest attacking Israel.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Elizabeth Taylor began a
10-day visit to Israel and
Lebanon with a procession
through Jerusalem Tues-
day, escorded by Mexican
lawyer Victor Luna, and a
host of news cameramen.
The actress is here be-
cause she cares about Israel
and she cares about peace,
she told Israel's First Lady,
Ofira Navon.
Miss Taylor's schedule
includes meetings with
Premier Menahem Begin
and with Lebanon's
President Amin Gemayel.
Later in the day she was
Mayor Teddy Kollek's guest
for a visit to a home for re-
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