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October 16, 1987 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-16

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I NEWS I

Without your participation,
a temple doesn't have a prayer

Shultz Requests
Shamir Meeting

Discover how a temple can make a difference
to a family . . . as well as a community.

Temple Beth El Religious School
invites you and your children (ages 3-7) for lunch.
Not just any lunch but the
Temple Beth El Lunch Bunch.
Our special family event for:
Kids...Parents...Grandparents...Everybody

The issue here is participation to belong
To be part of the Jewish Community
The Jewish Spirit
The Jewish Future while having fun

COME JOIN US AND ENJOY

You know how to get here . . . just follow the star

Special Guest:

Corrine Stavish,

Captivating Storyteller

Sunday, October 25, 1987

12:30 to 3:00 p.m.

Admission:
$6.00 Per Family

R.S.V.P. Religious School Office
by October 21
851-1100

42

FRIDAY, OCT. 16, 1987

Tel Aviv (JTA) — U.S.
Secretary of State George
Shultz has asked to hold at
least four meetings with
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir during his visit to
Israel which is slated to begin
this week, the Israeli daily
newspaper, Haaretz, reported
last Sunday.
Sources in Jerusalem have
stated that this request in-
dicates that Shultz intends to
use his visit here productive-
ly to get to the heart of the
controversy over advancing
the Middle East peace
process.
Shamir has repeatedly
stated that he is opposed to
an international Mideast
peace conference. Pundits in
Israel indicate that Shultz
will not attempt to exert
pressure on Shamir but will,
rather, come equipped with
answers and guarantees that
will dispel Shamir's fears
about such a conference.
Haaretz reports that Shultz
is also scheduled to meet with
Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin. It is believed that the
two will discuss U.S. weapons
sales to Jordan and Saudi
Arabia, strategic cooperation,
American aid for alternatives
to the cancelled Lavi fighter-
jet project, and the sale of
F-16s that Israel will purch-
ase as replacements for the
Lavi.

El Al May Start
Far East Flights

Tel Aviv (JTA) — El Al may
soon be operating direct
flights to theFar East, accord-
ing to Foreign Minister Direc-
tor General Avraham
who made the announcement
last week after returning
from an extensive tour of the
Far East and the Pacific.
Tamir said that Israel and
Thailand were in the ad-
vanced stages of negotiations
for the air route, which would
link Israel and Bangkok via
Nairobi, Kenya. The new
route would cut about five
hours from the 20 hours it
presently takes to fly from
Israel to the Far East via
Europe. Until now, Orient-
bound Israelis have had to
change planes in Europe for
another airline.
He also reported that he
had found "fertile ground" for
the development of commer-
cial links with new states in
the Pacific, including Papua-
New Guinea, Fiji, Tonga and
the Marshall Islands.

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