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September 03, 1971 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-09-03

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Whit Israelis
Arabs , Erect Screen to Bar Communications
secretary-general and in-
ties to the agreements but did not them. A

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ancient custom of good feeling sign them. ternational staff will be installed
(Continued from Page 1)
at headquarters in Washington.
didn't mellow the Middle Eastern-
Morocco, Sudan, Tunisia and ers into even polite diplomatic ex-
State Department officials ex- The Communications Satellite Cor-
Yemen were among the 55 na-
plained that the United States as poration (COMSAT), chartered by
change with the Israelis either.
tions who formally signed the
the depository country for the Congress in 1962, will be the over-
Arthur
C.
Clarke,
the
British
sci-
a g r e e m e n t s that established
agreements requires official au- all manager. American ownership
entist
and
author,
after
comparing
Intelsat (International Telecom-
thority in writing from the partici- and control in the organization is
the
eventual
impact
of
the
com-
munications Satellite Organiza-
pating government before its en- limited to 40 per cent, based on
tion). Yet, insofar as eommunica- munications satellites upon the voy is eligible to sign the docu- investment.
whole
human
race
to
that
of
the
tion with Ambassador Rabin was telephone on the "so-called de- ments. They said that in most
concerned, they could have been veloped societies," told the lunch- cases among the nonsigners the THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
on a planet further away from
Friday, September 3, 1971-5
eon guests: "You have just signed necessary documentation did not
earth than the televised moon.
reach
Washington
in
time.
Others
the first draft of the Articles of
In the seating arranged by Federations of the United States present, however, thought that
State Department protocol officers, of Earth." But there was no indi- some countries deliberately post-
Ambassador Rabin and Lebanese cation his prophecy moved any of poned signing as a gesture of dis-
Ambassador Najati Kabbani were the Middle Easterners toward pleasure at the United States for
separated by the representatives neighborliness in their own neigh- its large measure of power in the
organization or pique at circum-
'If the Ivory Coast and Kenya. On borhood.
stances in the Middle East. Yugo-
en. Rabin's right was the envoy
• No Keyholes or Tumblers
Egypt, which, like S'yria, the slavia, which signed, is the only
• Press the Combination
of the predominantly Moslem state
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was the new Israel Embassy eco- diplomatic relations with the to the agreements.
nomic counselor, Menahem Naveh, United States after the 196'7 war,
Intelsat's operating machinery
Webb Wood Auto Glass
who arrived six weeks ago with was represented at the ceremony is expected to begin functioning
For info call Harold Shapiro
30 Webb
his wife and their four children. by Dr. Mounir Zahran, a top of- next year after 54 countries of the
868-6381
Detroit
The closest other Arab nation ficer in the Egyptian "interests SO in the interim consortium that
representative was the minister of section" in Washington. In Cairo, drew up the agreements ratify
Syria's delegation to the United the U. S. maintains a similar sec-
Nations, Rafic Jovejati, who was tion which is an embassy virtually

in all except name.
about 30 feet away.
Dr. Zahran, however, did not
After the ceremony, at lunch in
the State Department's diplomatic sign although it was previously
dining hall. the diplomats raised announced that he would. Iraq,
champagne glasses to celebrate the Libya. Saudi Arabia, Iran, France,
successful seven-year effort to West Germany and Mexico were
establish the organization but this among the 25 nations that are par-

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Jewish Agency to Seek $645,000,000

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Jew-
ish Agency will need $645,000,000
during the fiscal year beginning in
April to carry out its activities in
the fields of immigration, absorp-
tion, agricultural settlement, health
and welfare services, youth aliya,
housing and education, Treasurer
Aryeh L. Dulzin told a meeting of
the Jewish Agency Executive.
Budgeted expenditures of the
Jewish Agency for the current
fiscal year amount to $572,000,000.
The budget proposed by Dulzin
and approved by the executive will
be submitted to the agency's board
of governors, which meets later.
Jewish Agency Chairman
Louis Pincus said he hope
fund-raising arms of the Jewish
communities abroad would be
able. -melt the challenge and
inemeg-Atir contributions. The
taiget: fbit:--lhe current year is

$600,000,000, of which $400,000,-
000 is expected to come from the
United States.
The Jewish Agency's budget is
separate from that of the World
Zionist Or g a niz a tion, which
amounts to $28,000,000 this year.
With the reconstitution of the Jew-
ish Agency, the WZO became a
separate body charged with or-
ganization, information, education
and other, activities in the diaspora
of a political nature.
The executive approved a pro-
posal by Joseph Klarman, head of
Youth Aliya, that it absorb another
4,500 pupils, in addition to the
8,000 youngsters now living in
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House has reaffirrned:ZPresident
Nixon's commitment "that the
military balance in the Near East
will be maintained and that a'
settlement must be arrived at I
through negotiations between par- \
ties," it was announced by the
American Zionist Federation.
Such assurances have been con-
veyed in a communication to
labbi Israel Miller, president of
the AZF, stating that "the secu-
rity and well-being of the state of
Israel" are among the "fundamen -
tal principles to which this gov-
ernment is committed." The com-
munication came as response to
an expression of our "profound
concern" which he had conveyed
to Nixon "at reports of our gov-
ernment's failure to respond af-
firmatively to the threat to Israel's
security and its deterrent military
capacity, but delaying action on
Israel's latest request for military
assistance."
The AZF leader had told Nixon
that the Zionist constituency in the
United States looked to him to
honor his past commitments "so
that the enemies of Israel will
know full well that support of
Israel and the attainment of a true
peace are policies and objectives
which remain constant on the part
of the United States and are not
subject to erosion or attrition."



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