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THE JEWISH NEWS

APRIL 25, 1986

SERVING DETROIT'S METROPOLITAN JEWISH COMMUNITY

THIS ISSUE 50c

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WHO IS
LYNDON
LA ROUCHE
AND WHAT
DOES HE
WANT?

Page 14

Effort To Undermine
Kaddafi Continues

BY WOLF BLITZER
Special to The Jewish News

For a brief moment last week,
there was a sense of glee in Washing-
ton that Libyan leader Muammar
el-Kaddafi was perhaps already dead
or had fled the country because of an
ongoing coup. But, alas, Kaddafi pop-
ped up on Libyan television. He
seemed very much alive even if the
broadcast had been previously vid-
eotaped.
But that disappointment has not
stopped senior Reagan Administra-
tion officials from continuing to work
for Kaddafi's overthrow.
The massive aerial strike against
military and terrorist targets in Libya
was publicly justified by the Ameri-

cans as part of their "legitimate self
defense" in the struggle to pre-empt
more Libyan-sponscred terror. Yet
U.S. officials privately conceded that
they had also hoped to severely
weaken the Colonel in the process by
encouraging those dissenting forces
within Libya, especilly in the mili-
tary, to revolt.
President Ronald Reagan, Secre-
tary of State George Shultz, Central
Intelligence Agency Director William
Casey and other U.S. policy-makers
have not only been dreaming about
that scenario from their first days in
office, but they have actually taken
action to achieve it. So far, there has
not been a complete success. But

Continued on Page 20

Detroit To Host
National Series

"Jewish Culture in
America" is theme of
foundation anniversary
symposium.

Marking the 25th anniversary of
the National Foundation for Jewish
Culture, more than 20 local Jewish
agencies and organizations will pre-
sent "Jewish Popular Culture: Media
and Messages," a five-part sym-
posium May 14-21 featuring out-
standing Jewish scholars and lectur-
ers from major institutions through-
out the. country.
Detroit is one of only five cities
selected to host the symposium, part
of a series of free public programs
exploring the theme, "Creativity and
Continuity: Jewish Culture in
America".
Funded in part by a grant from
the National Endowment for the
Humanities, "Creativity and Con-
tinuity" will explore the nature of
Jewish culture in this country in an
effort to create a better understanding
of the relationship among Jewish and
American values and cultural ex-
pressions.
Under the auspices of the Na-

tional Foundation, the series is spon-
sored by the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion of Detroit and its United Jewish
Charities, in cooperation with the
Jewish Community Center and the
Midrasha-College of Jewish Studies.
Cooperating organizations are
the Ann Arbor Jewish Culture School,
Aviv and Frances Solovich chapters of
B'nai B'rith Women, Beth Achim Sis-
terhood, Birmingham Temple, B'nai
B'rith Men's Council, B'nai Moshe
Sisterhood, Hadassah, Jewish Com-

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