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Taken of your guests
at Bar Mitzvas, wed-
Dr. Joseph and Nancy Jacobson are seated with Sen. Daniel Inouye,
who spoke in their home on behalf of the Allied Jewish Campaign.
Standing are Campaign Chairmen Stanley D. Frankel and Robert–H.
Naftaly and Vice Chairman Milton Lucow.
One of Israel's strongest sup-
porters in the U.S. Senate is a
Methodist from the state of
Hawaii who first learned about
the Holocaust as a patient in an
army hospital and later became a
salesman for Israel Bonds.
He is Sen. Daniel Inouye, who
was in Detroit last week to speak
on behalf of the Allied Jewish
Campaign at the home of Dr.
Joseph and Nancy Jacobson.
Sen. Inouye, a Democrat serv-
ing his third term in office, deliv-
ered — in his own words — a
non-partisan speech, declaring
that his support of Israel is "a
clear case of what is in the na-
tional interest of the United
He said that many of Israel's
economic problems find their ori-_
gins in the United States. "If we
supply AWACS and F15s to Saudi
Arabia, we're forcing the Israelis
to spend more money on defense."
Sen. Inouye said that Israel's
adherence to the Camp David ac-
cords — giving up the Sinai,
sources of oil and airbases — cost
that country more than $10 bil-
lion, and he expressed his opinion
to Menachem Begin that "Israel .
First chairman of the Senate
Select Committee on Intelligence,
Inouye called Israeli intelligence
the best source of information to
the United States, "better than all
the NATO nations combined."
Handing the Soviets their
greatest military defeat in the
past decade, the Israelis "taught
us how to knock out the SAM
sites." A further setback for the
Soviets was Israel's capture of
"enough armaments to supply
five PLO armies."
And what is Israel's reward?
"We sold Stingers to the Saudis, a
perfect weapon for terrorists. We
can only pray the Saudis take
good care of them." At the same
time, "we say 'naughty, naughty'
to Israel for invading Lebanon
and refuse to sell them F16s."
As for the administration's op-
position to recognizing Jerusalem
as Israel's capital, "With other
countries we tell them, 'You select
your own capital city.' We don't
tell the Japanese 'We want you to
make Osaka your capital.'
Sen. Inouye, who is not up for
re-election until 1986, said he will
visit Israel next month to discuss
a proposal he plans to make in the
next Congress that will provide
relief to Israel in its economic dis-
tress, relief of some of its debt re-
He urged his listeners — who
responded by pledging to the
Campaign $1.4 million more than
they did last year — to support a
strong Israel because "If your ac-
tivity begins to diminish, support
in Congress will also diminish."
to give Bargman
talk at Jewish Center
Dr. Maurice Friedman
The final lecture in the Midras,
ha's 29th annual Bargman Series
will take place 8 p.m. Thursday at
the main Jewish Community
Center as part of the annual
Jewish Book Fair. The theme for
this year's Mina and Theodore
Bargman Lectures is "The Mak-
ing of Our Precious Legacy: The
Emergence of the Modern Jew."
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Maurice Friedman who will speak
on the "World of Martin Buber."
Dr. Friedman spent 15 years in
close contact with Martin Buber,
writing The Life of Dialogue and
editing The Philosophy of Martin
Buber. He is the author of more
than 50 journal articles and chap-
ters of books on Buber.
He has written a three-volume
work on Buber's life and work.
Dr. Friedman is a professor of
religious studies, philosophy and
comparative literature at San
Diego State University. He has
taught for more than 30 years at
institutions all over the country.
The lecture is open to the public
at no charge.