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December 23, 1988 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-23

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Tower Said To Support
Strong Ties With Israel

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(JTA) - Former Sen. John
Tower (R-Texas) is expected to
work to increase the strategic
cooperation between Israel
and the United States while
supporting continued arms
sales to Arab countries, if the
Senate confirms him as the
new secretary of defense.
Tower, who was named last
week to head the Pentagon by
President-elect George Bush,
has a record of support for
Israel and Soviet Jewry dur-
ing his 24 years in the Senate.
lbwer, who was chairman of
the Senate Armed Services
Committee during President
Reagan's first term, when the
Republicans controlled the
Senate, has visited Israel
eight times and made five
trips to other Middle East
countries.
He was a strong supporter
of the development of strate-
gic cooperation during the
Reagan administration, in
the belief that Israel is the

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major ally in preventing
Soviet influence in the Mid-
dle East.
Tower was considered in-
fluential in the adoption of
the strong plank in support of
Israel at the Republican Na-
tional Convention in New
Orleans last August, accord-
ing to pro-Israel activists.
He supports foreign aid in
general and aid to Israel in
particular. He also was a
strong supporter of the 1978
Camp David accords, which
led to the. Israeli-Egyptian
peace treaty.

'Ibwer was one of 76 sena-
tors who wrote President
Gerald Ford a letter in 1974
objecting to his "reassess-
ment," which held up arms
sales to Israel. He was also
critical of the Carter ad-
ministration in 1980 for the
U.S. vote in favor of a U.N.
Security Council condemning
Israel's settlement policy.

mi■JEWISH CROSSWORDS

By CHARLES E.S. GOLDSTEIN

Please note: Spellings of Yiddish and Hebrew transliterations vary.

ACROSS

1. Bea yenta
5. Called after a
Cohen
9. Left-wing Zionist
Israeli party
14. House part in
Gan Eden?
15. Type of herring
16. Come together
17. Dittany
19. Ermine
20. Nationalistic
Russian Jewish
school
22. Runs from Tel
Aviv to Haifa
23. Espy
24. Ess, ess!
27. Galilee mountain
31. Greek Minerva
33. _ San Lucas
36. Conceits
38. _ ha-kodesh
39. Blind impulses
40. _ milah
42. Shtetl on the
Danube
43. Trig. function
44. Birthright seller
45. May 15th or
June 13th
46. Afghani
melochim (var.)
49. _ Cana'an
51. Red or Dead
52. Architects' org.
54. Possible lulav
part
58. November 9-10,
1938
63. Foreign
65. Jewish cartoonist
Max
66. Jewish river
embankment?
67. Ben _ (man)
68. "_, There and
Everywhere"
69. Ancient
Scandinavian
poet

70. Nautically
manageable
(arch.)
71. Female
performer
(Fr. suff.)

12. _ glance
13. Place for Beverly
Sills
18. Oceanic foigl
21. New Zealand
tzipor
25. Tropical lizard
26. Six-Day War
sight
28. _ Levi Yitzhak of
Berditchev
29. Monster
30. Megillah reading
ambience,
sometimes
32. Ha-po'el _
(religious and
labor movement)
33. Heizer in Buenos
Aires
_ to sow
34. "

DOWN

1. Founder of
Hasidism (abbr.)
2. Shpayter!
3. "He-halutz lemur

4. Secret order in
Odessa, 1889
5. Writer on Jewish
mourning,
Maurice _
6. Jewish writer
Wiesel
7. Opening
8. Metrical stress
9. Firearm
10. Pilaster
11. Was a halutz

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35. Zionist youth
movement
37. Object in the
shamayim

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41. Important
Viet-nam War
port
47. Yesterday's
forecast for
Noah?
48. Shvester, for
short
50. Lies around in
Netanya
53. Pig Latin for
schmaltz
55. Enlarges (obs.)
56. Type of quartz
57. "_ Grows in
Brooklyn"
59.-Virginia _
60. Jewish
M'A'S'H star
61. Legendary British
king
62. Esrog's cusine
63. Capp and Jolson
64. Albanian gelt

J13 Copyright 1988 Charles E.S. Goldstein

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