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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-24

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Softball Team
Seeks Sponsors

The Oakland County
Children's Village softball
team will face the Radio Sta-
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p.m. Aug. 11 at the Jaycees
Park in Pontiac. All proceeds
will go toward a new athletic
field for the village.
The village is looking for
businesses to sponsor their
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information.

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Egyptian's Visit
'triggers Row

Jerusalem (JTA) — The of-
ficial visit here of Foreign
Minister Esmat Abdel Me-
guid, the first by a top Egyp-
tian statesman since Israel
invaded Lebanon in 1982,
began under a cloud last
Monday.
Feelings are running high
over Egypt's invitation to
Austrian President Kurt
Waldheim, issued by Meguid,
to visit Egypt. In addition,
the Labor-Likud conflict over
the peace process was ag-
gravated by Meguid's call
upon arrival at Ben Gurion
Airport for the Israeli govern-
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Middle East peace.
Meguid also indirectly trig-
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Party Knesset members and
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over what many in both par-
ties saw as a slight by the
Egyptian visitor toward the
Israeli lawmakers. According
to Abba Eban, chairman of
the Knesset's Foreign Affairs
and Security Committee,
there was no slight, only a
misunderstanding.
The official aspects of
Meguid's visit went off
smoothly. He was greeted at
the airport with full diplo-
matic protocol. He met
separately with Prime Mini-
ster Yitzhak Shamir and
Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres and lunched with Presi-
dent Chaim Herzog.

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