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March 17, 1989 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-17

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NEWS I

Palestine Inevitable
Says Hertzberg

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Washington (JTA) - A
former president of the
American Jewish Congress
predicted that "one way or
another there is going to be a
Palestinian state."
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg,
now a vice president of the
World Jewish Congress,
delivered those comments at
the second annual meeting in
Washington of the U.S. Inter-
religious Committee for Peace
in the Middle East. The
group, founded last January,
has Christians, Jews and
Moslems on its board.
The group supports Israel's
security "including the op-
tion of an independent state
in the West Bank and Gaza
pledged to live in peace with
Israel."
Hertzberg said the U.S.
dialogue with the Palestine
Liberation Organization

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THE JEWISH NEWS

The U.S. Jewish communi-
ty recognizes that the PLO is
a "fact of life," and agrees
with Israel Defense Force
Chief of Staff Dan Shomron's
recent statement that "the in-
tifada does not lend itself to
anything other than a
political solution," he
maintained.

Please note: Hebrew and Yiddish transliterations vary.

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He warned that Israeli
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir, Foreign Minister
Moshe Arens and their U.S.
hosts during forthcoming
visits will "obscure" that
distinction "to do the classic
business of buying time."

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means there will be a Palesti-
nian state "because the PLO
is not in the business of
discussing autonomy for the
West Bank and Gaza tamed
suitably to suit the Israeli
right wing."

338-9255

1. Jazz form
4. Member of the
tribe of Judah
executed by
Joshua
9. Spy sent to
Canaan by
Moses
14. Atop, to a Scot
15. L'_ Tova
16. Neshoma, to
Dr. Jung
17. "_ my people
go!"
18. Deli treat
20. Handsome, to a
Scot
22. Oily cyst
23. Drink good with
kichel
24. Transgress,
Lev. XI: 7
26. Jaffa orange
seed
27. Israel's enemy
(abbr.) .
30. Leak slowly
31. Pesach treat
33. Film, "_ Boot"
35. Not a knocker
37. _ Dame
38. Moslem
chazzan?
40. Kol _
42. "Big _ Theory"
43. Early name for
Jerusalem
45. Scotch lowland
47. British shaloms
48. Seder treat
50. ''_ jail..."
52. Alter (Eng.)
53. Simpleton (Yid.)
54. U.S. Jewish
songwriter,
Irving _
57. Summertime, on
the clock (abbr.)
58. Babi _ Memorial
60. Boich, to a Scot
61. Shabbat treat
66. Not yet
scheduled
(abbr.)

67. Moslem ruler's
decree
68. Homer's sefer
69. Jewish heads
70. Jewish Nobel
physicist, Dennis

10. Freud or
Karenina
11. Roman 52
12. English mems
13. Scrooge word
19. Pertaining to the
ear
21. "_ Knows
one?"
25. AIDS drug
26. Goyisher
clergymen (var.)
27. Chanukah treat
28. "_ Doone"
29. Shabbat
celebrations
31. Melech fond of
zahav
32. Actor, _ Reiner
33. Tel Aviv nightlife
feature
34. "_ and the
Night Visitors"
36. Runner at the
Maccabiah
Games
39. Israeli
epidemiologist,
Gideon _

71. Fiefs (var.)
72. Bitter vetch

DOWN

1. Potato (Yid.)
2. Alexander
Kipnis' forte
3. "Take-out" treat
4. Viper
5. "Eating out"
treat
6. Type of mail
7. Karaite founder,
_ ben David
8. Jewish
"Mr. Basketball,"
_ Holman
9. Utensil for
mandelbrot

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55. Author of
"Ha-Tikvah,"
Naphtali _
56. Tides
57. Pedestal part
58. Goyisher yom
tov
59. Exchange
premium
61. Chazzer (Eng.)
62. Writer on Jewish
women, _
Hamelsdorf
63. "Final Course"
at Ratner's?
64. Asian narcotic
(var.)
65. Mormons (abbr.)

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35

51. Credit reporting

19

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41. Challah
44. Leviathan, e.g.
46. Farmer's tool
49. Former
Japanese
Premier, Eisaku

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ANSWERS ON PAGE 84

J24 G Copyright 1988 Charles E.S. Goldstein

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