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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 11, 1985

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Berkley LI 2-0330
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Kids & Seniors $1.00 at all times

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move to break off talks

Washington (JTA) — The Re-
agan Administration indicated
Tuesday that it would not like to
see Israel break off its deadlocked
talks with Lebanon on the with-
drawal of Israeli troops from
south Lebanon.
While refusing to comment on '
the possibility that Israel may de-
cide there is no use in going on
with the talks which resumed
Monday in Nakura, State De-
partment deputy spokesman Alan
Romberg said the United States
believes that these talks, which
he stressed are ullder United Na-
tions auspices, "represent the best
means of achieving resolution of

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Chapter registration must be
turned in by Monday, but
supplementary registration for
the league will be accepted
through Feb. 11. A meeting for
team captains will be held on Jan.
21 at 5:30 p.m. at the BBYO office.
Each participating chapter must
have a representative at that
meeting. Coordinator of the AZA
basketball league is Ron Kup-
persmith of Akiba AZA.

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entered all phases of regional
convention contests and programs
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Brandeis AZA, Jolson AZA, Posen
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Masada BBG, Savage BBG and
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The AZA Basketball League
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on consecutive Sundays through
April. Games will be played at
Oakland Community College, Or-
chard Ridge Campus, at 9 a.m.

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the problems in south Lebanon."
But Romberg made clear that
while the United States will con-
tinue to be "helpful" in the talks,
it has no plans of taking a more
active role such as being a
mediator between the two sides.
He said the State Department is
still assessing findings from the
last trip to the Mideast of Richard
Murphy, assistant secretary of
state for Near East and South
Asian affairs. There are no
"specific" plans for Murphy to re-
turn to the area soon, Romberg
said.
Meanwhile, Romberg said that
both Israel and Egypt have asked
the United States to participate in
the talks which will begin next
week over Taba, the disputed
strip on the Gulf of Aqaba. He said
he did not know who will repre-
sent the United States at the talks
which will start in Beersheba and
then rotate to Ismailia in Egypt.
In Tel Aviv, Defense Ministry
officials and senior officers of the
Israel Defense Force (IDF) re-
viewed the results of Monday's
session in Nakara and concluded
that it would be pointless to hold
another meeting this week. Ac-
cording to the officials, the
Lebanese still haveg iven no satis-
factory replies to Israel proposals
and Israeli leaders are now con-
sidering unilateral options.
No date was set for the next
meeting.
The key issue, the officials said,
is Israel's insistance that the
United Nations Interim Force in
Lebanon (UNIFIL) — which is
sponsoring the Nakura talks —
take over responsibility for secu-
rity in south Lebanon between the
Zaharani and Awali rivers after
the IDF withdraws. The Israel-
backed South Lebanon Army
(SLA) would patrol the region
from the Litani river to the Israeli
border.
But the Lebanese do not recog-
nize the SLA and insist that the
only role for UNIFIL is to oversee
the IDF's withdrawal. They claim
their regular army is capable of
maintaining security in the
south.

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