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April 22, 1988 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-22

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attend its annual Dinner
Help us celebrate
Hillel's past, present,
and future as we honor





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Cocktails at 6:00 pm
Dinner at 7:00 pm
Music by
People's Choice
At this event we also dedicate the
Goldman-Hermelin Education Foundation.
and say goodbye to Rabbi Robert Abramson


Honorary Dinner Chairmen
Martin R. Goldman
David B. Hermelin

Patron Chairman
David Harold

Dinner Chairman
Judith G. Granader
Associate Dinner Chairman Ad Journal Chairman
Jacqueline Rosenblatt
Lynnda Schumer

For reservations call Hillel Day School at 851-2394

54: FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1988


Israeli Envoy Met
Soviet Officials

Paris (JTA) — Dr. Nimrod
Novick, special adviser -to
Israeli Foreign Minister
Shimon Peres, reportedly met
in Paris with Soviet officials
in connection with the Amer-
ican peace initiative launch-
ed by Secretary of State
George, Shultz when he
visited the Middle East.
Novick was said to have
talked last week with
members of the Soviet ad-
vance party that will accom-
pany Foreign Minister
Eduard Shevardnadze to
Geneva. Shevardnadze and
Shultz will sign a treaty there
providing for the withdrawal
of Soviet troops from
Novick also briefed high-
ranking French officials on
Peres' approach to Shultz's
peace plan and his evaluation
of the situation. Novick; who
has frequently been sent on
delicate diplomatic missions
abroad, has met with Soviet
officials on previous occa-

sions. His latest reported
meeting with them comes at
a time when Moscow has in-
dicated an earnest desire to
participate in the Middle
East peace process.

A case in point was Soviet
leader Mikhail Gorbachev's
public advice in Moscow to
the visiting chairman of the
Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation, Yassir Arafat, that he
should recognize Israel and
its legitimate needs, which
are no less important than
those of the Palestinian peo-
Officials here say the
Soviets believe that with Gor-
bachev's conciliatory remarks
toward Israel and their agree-
ment to pull out of Afghan-
istan, they have bought
"their entry ticket" into Mid-
dle East peace talks. The
Israelis had long objected to
Soviet participation because
Moscow has no diplomatic
ties with Israel.

Israeli Accused Of
Helping Drug Deals

Washington (JTA) — Jose
Blandon, testifying in con-
gressional hearings on inter-
natinal drug trafficking,
accused a former agent of the
Mossad, Israel's foreign in-
telligence service, of helping
Gen. Manuel Noriega, Pana-
ma's de facto leader, conduct
international drug deals from
1982 to 1986. Blandon is
former consul general of
Panama to the United States.
Blandon told the Senate
Foreign Relations Subcom-
mittee on Ibrrorism, Nar-
cotics and International
Organizations that the Israeli
is Michael Harare, who had
close contacts with Noriega
and was Panama's honorary
consul in Aviv. Blandon
said Harare "has business
with Noriega in Panama for
a series of companies for arms
contraband, smuggling to
supply arms to Central
America and to the counter-
revolution, the Nicaragua
He added that the airplanes
used to transport the arms
"were used for other things."
When Sen. John Kerry (D-
Mass.) asked, "When you say
`other things,' what do you
mean?" Blandon replied,
Yosef Gal, the Israeli Em-
bassy spokesman here, said
Harare was "acting as a

private citizen" in his deal-
ings with Noriega, and that
the Israeli government had
no knowledge of his activities.
Meanwhile, Newsweek
reported that Noriega, who is
under pressure from the
United States to leave
Panama, is considering going
to Israel, where he reported-
ly owns property.

Funds Increased

New York —_ Twenty-five
programs of the Conser-
vative/Masorti Movement in
Israel will be funded by ap-
proximately $1.5 million
allocated this year by the
Jewish Agency for Israel,
representing an increase of
$600,000 over 'last year's
A joint statement for the
Conservative Movement was
made by Ismar Schorsch,
Chancellor of The Jewish
Theological Seminary;
Franklin D. Kreutzer, presi-
dent of the United
Synagogue; Kassel Abelson,
president of the Rabbinical
Assembly; Marshall Wolke,
president of the World Coun-
cil of Masorti-Conservative
Synagogues; and Neil Norry,
president of The foundation
for Conservative Judaism in

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