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February 12, 1971 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-12

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LA Expert Airs Problem:
Tel Aviv PollutioO No Joke

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The pro-
blem of air pollution, a leading
issue in America, has become a
serious one for Israel.
Robert Chess, a Los Angeles
specialist who conducted a survey
in Israel, found that The con-
tamination of the atmosphere
from automobile exhaust in Tel
Aviv is even more pronounced
than in Los Angeles.
Chass underlined that the situa-
tion is worsening from day to day
and that if the present trend con-
tinues, and if the number of autos
in use increases at the present
rate, Tel Avivians will ultimately
be _compelled to flee the city. _
There are 250,000 cars on Is-
rael's highways, and the number
is increasing. At the present rate,
there will be almost 1,000,000 auto-
mobiles in use by 1985. Tel Aviv'
alone has 170,000 vehicles.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Forestry 12, 1971-3

Shah of Iran Shuns Anti-Israel Thesis
in Talks With Western Oil Companies

JERUSALEM (ZINS)—Political
circles in Israel are calling atten-
tion to the recent negotiations
between the world's oil-producing
countries and the oil companies.
Despite tensions that often
threatened to disrupt the talks,
there was no reference to the
old, anti-Zionist and anti-Israel
thesis that Western friendship for
Israel could lead to retaliation
and the cutting off of oil supplies.
For many decades, and even
preceding the establishment of the
state of Israel, this recurring
threat was repeated by world poli-
ticians as a vital factor in foreign
policy and so recorded in the
archives of the U.S. State Depart-
ment and the British Foreign Of-
fice. Any support for the Zionist
cause, it was argued, would result..
in the Arabs cutting off the oil
supply. President Truman charac-
terized it as a heavy propaganda
club employed against the state
of Israel.
At the latest oil conference, this
point was not even mentioned. The
Shah of Iran, regarded as friendly

to Israel, made it emphatically
clear that the only real issue be-
tween the parties was ensuring a
better share of the oil profits to
the producing countries. Even the
representatives of Arab countries,
such as Iraq, Saudi Arabia and
Kuwait, made no attempt to raise
the antizIsrael argument.

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OH RENSTEIN

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