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April 29, 1983 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-29

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14 Friday, April 29, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

THE MANAGEMENT OF
FARMINGTON NURSING HOME
On Behalf Of The Residents & Staff

WISH TO THANK ALL THE
COMMUNITIES & ORGANIZATIONS
For Their Help
IN MAKING THE PASSOVER SEASON
A JOYOUS OCCASION

Please Continue To Visit At
30405 Folsom Rd.
CONTACT ROSE MORGAN, 477-7400
FOR ACTIVITY DATES

Hungary Reported Seeking Ties With Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israeli officials refused to
confirm or deny Monday a
report in Maariv that Hun-
gary was secretly negotiat-
ing economic relations with
Israel. Hungary has no dip-
lomatic relations with Is-
rael and economic relations
diminished after the 1967
Six-Day War.
According to Maariv, a
Hungarian delegation vis-
ited Israel recently for
secret discussions on eco-
nomic and financial mat-
ters. The delegation repor-
tedly met with Minister of
Commerce and Industry
Gideon Patt, Moshe Man-
delbaum, governor of the
Bank of Israel, and with
several other high level offi-
cials, Maariv said.

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Israel's exports to Hun-
gary amounted to $4.5 mil-
lion last year and its im•.
ports from that country
were valued at about $8.1
million. Israel's total trade

MK Claims Settlements
Are Not Blocking Peace

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Geula Cohen, a leader of Is-
rael's ultra-nationalist
Tehiya party, declared here
that rather than Israeli set-
tlements on the West Bank
being obstacles to peace, the
lack of such settlements
would constitute such an
obstacle.
"A Palestinian state is an
obstacle to peace," Mrs. Co-
hen, one of Tehiya-'s three
Knesset members, stressed
at a meeting with several
Jewish media reporters at
the Israel Embassy last
week. "A Palestinian state
is an obstacle to peace" be-
cause it would lead to in-
creased Soviet penetration

president of the Jewish
Community Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit from
1976-1979, and is currently
a member of its executive
board. He also serves as vice
president of Friends of
Labor Israel and is the cur-
rent chairman of the board
of WTVS-TV (Ch. 56 public
television).

Paper Examines
Jewish Family

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John Shepherd was
named Wednesday by
Michigan Gov. James Blan-
chard to fill a vacancy on the
state Court of Appeals.
Shepherd served as

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in the Middle East, she said.
Cohen, who is in the
United States to speak to
students and persons con-
sidering aliya, presented
her views here to members
of Congress and to State
Department officials.
Meanwhile, in
Jerusalem, Defense Minis-
ter Moshe Arens claimed
that the government's set-
tlement policies could spur
Arab leaders to come to the
negotiating table. Opposi-
tion Knesset members
sharply disagreed. But a
full-scale Knesset debate on
the issue was deferred be-
cause many MKs on both
sides were absent.

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with the Eastern European
Communist bloc countries
accounts for less than one
percent of its trade balance,
compared to as much as five
percent before the 1967 war.

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SHOP DAILY 10 to 9 • Sat. 10 to 6 • Closed Sunday

MEMPHIS — The Mem-
phis in May International
Festival, a month-long cel-
ebration of culture, art,
music and cuisine will
honor Israel.
A variety of performing
groups and artists will
travel to Memphis from Is-
rael to appear between
Saturday and May 29.
For information, write
the Memphis in May Inter-
national Festival, 12 S.
Mid-America Mall, Suite
1224, Memphis, Tenn
38103.

UAHC Article
Probes Cults

NEW YORK — Loneli-
ness is a major reason for
the vulnerability of young
people to the blandishments
of cults, according to Rabbi
Maurice Davis, in the cur-
rent issue of Reform
Judaism, published by the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations (UAHC).
Rabbi Davis, an authority
on cults, interviewed some
400 former cult members for
the article.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Traditional Jewish views of
sex may have influenced not
only Jews but all of modern
society, according to a world
expert on Jewish history.
The views of the expert,
Dr. Jacob Katz, who also as-
serted that traditional
Jewish attitudes toward
marriage and the family
continue to influence and
help Jews at the present
time, are contained in a
paper published by the
American Jewish Commit-
tee entitled "The Tradi-
tional Jewish Family in
Historical Perspective."

In the Wings

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Haaretzpolitical corre-
spondent Matti Golan re-
ports that the four men
most-often named as re-
placements for Prime
Minister Menahem Begin
are Foreign Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir, Finance
Minister Yoram Aridor,
Deputy Premier David Levy
and former Defense Minis-
ter Ariel Sharon.

Ahead in Polls

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
A recent poll by Modiin Ez-
rachi Research Institute
shows that the Likud coali-
tion would capture 58 seats
in the Knesset if national
elections were held now.
This is the same result as
in February. The Labor
Alighment would have won
48 seats last year, 40 in Feb-
ruary and 42 now.

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