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June 08, 1984 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 8, 1984 17

MICHAEL S. WIGLER

Navon in Paris
for talks with
Mitterrand

Paris (JTA) — Former Is-
raeli President Yitzhak
Navon has asked French
President Francois Mitter-
rand to bear in mind Israel's
economic interests in West-
ern Europe after Spain and
Portugal formally join the
European Economic Com-
munity (EEC).
Navon, on a private visit
in France this week, also
asked the French President
to help obtain the release of
Israeli prisoners of war held
by Syria and by Palestinian
organizations.
Foreign Minister Claude
Cheysson called on Navon
at his Paris hotel later.
French sources said the
minister apparently sought
to put in concrete the terms
the matters Navon dis-
cussed with Mitterrand.
Navon told a press con-
ference that the Labor
Party of which he is a
leader, would be prepared to
accelerate the Palestinian
clauses of the Camp David
agreements. The former
President, who may be Is-
rael's next Foreign Minister
if labor wins the election
next month said his party is
willing to skip the 3-5 year
transition period provided
for by the Camp David
agreements and open
negotiations at once with
Jordan and representative
Palestinians, on the future
status of the West Bank.

Cantors group
urged to accept
role for women

Grossinger, N.Y. (JTA) —
Cantors attending this
week's annual convention of
the Cantors Assembly, the
association of Conservative
cantors, were urged to pre-
pare for changes in the Con-
servative movement which
would give an equal role to
women as rabbis and can-
tors.
"Let us not fight these
signs of growth in our
movement," Cantor Ivan
Perlman, of Providence,
R.I., who was re-elected
president of the Cantors As-
sembly, said. He told the
300 delegates that "They
are admittedly emotional
issues, but we can influence
their direction best if we
help to initiate changes
rather than merely respond
to them."
The seminary will admit
women candidates to its
rabbinical school beginning
this fall. Rabbi Joel Roth,
dean of the 'seminary rab-
binical school, said the vast
majority of the seminary's
rabbinical school faculty
hds . acknowledged the
Halachic validity of ordain-
ing women as rabbis and
cantors.

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