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June 04, 1971 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-06-04

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Socialist International Adopts Pro-Israel Resolution

HELSINKI (JTA)—After two
days of heated debate, and despite
Soviet pressures from the side-
lines, the Socialist International
adopted a pro-Israel resolution on
May 27. It called for maintenance
of the arms balance in the Middle
East in light of Soviet shipment to
Egypt and Syria and recommended
direct Israeli-Arab negotiations.
Finland, which invited two Egyp-
tian observers and supported the
Soviet line throughout the debate,
voted against the arms-balance
section and abstained with Sweden
on the direct-negotiations plank.
The Socialist measure also
called for strict observance of the
American-initiated cease fire,
which officially expired March 7,
and full support for United Na-
tions Security Council Resolution
242.

Jewish Prep School
Under Way Near LA

LOS ANGELES (J.TA)—On a
sunny hillside in Santa Susana, 35
miles northwest of Los Angeles,
construction will start this month
on America's first Judaism-based,
residential, four-year college prepa-
ratory school.
Final plans for the educational
venture were announced by Dr.
Max W. Bay of Beverly Hills, presi-
dent of the Brandeis Camp Insti-
tute, 30-year-old "laboratory of
living Judaism," on whose 2,200-
acre site the unique school, open
to both Jews and non-Jews, will
be built.
The last obstacle to the project
was removed, Dr. Bay said, when
the Brandeis board of directors un-
animously approved the recom-
mendation of its finance commit-
tee, headed by past president Wil-
lard Chotiner, now a vice presi-
dent of the institute.

Earlier, Israeli Premier Golda
Meir received a very friendly
reception from the convention
after delivering a keynote ad-
dress. She stated that "the Jew-
ish people will not accept an
interim arrangement for the
reopening of the Suez Canal
which would result in a return
of the Egyptian Army and the
Soviet missiles to the east bank
of the waterway and in the
diminishing of the security of
the state of Israel."
She charged that Egyptian Pres-
ident Anwar Sadat's talk of peace
was actually "a step toward the
elimination of Israel." Mrs. Meir
also rejected again an imposed
settlement. "The big powers have
proved in the past quite unable
to defend Israel," she declared.
"The UN turned out (to be) entire-
ly ineffectual in 1948 as well as in
1967. Israel can only reply on her
own strength, and she is not going
to entrust her fate to the Security
Council."
Mrs. Meir added: "Guarantees
have proved useless, too. Remem-
ber de Gaulle—he let us dawn in
the hour of our greatest danger."

The Israeli Premier said it was
"astonishing to reflect that in this
day and age, in 1971, the big pow-
ers still believe that they could
decide on the fate of other
nations." She said Israel would
continue to support the Jarring
negotiations without precondition.
Sharing the platform with Mrs.
Meir were West German Chancel-
lor Willy Brandt, Austrian Prime
Minister Bruno Kreisky, Swedish
Prime Minister Olaf Palme, Nor-
wegian Prime Minister Trygve
Brattelie and former British Prime
Minister Harold Wilson.

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