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November 12, 1971 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-11-12

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THE-

EEC Backs ME Pact
Based on Resolution 242

JEWISH NM

DEMT 1Z 1971
ical Austerity Rules Due for Israel Settlers - 6441111 ' N.Minier

ROME (JTA)—The: six-member JERUSALEM_(JTA)
Many
states of the. European Economic _economic
incentives „for new set-
Community and the,* four .candi- tlers that Israel
offered in the
dates for membership to the EEC past to attract' has
immigrants, es-
agreed here to give unanimous pecially
from Western countries,
support to the Security Council's

interest presently granted all im- l or a refrigerator. A Jewish Agency
migrants will in the future apply spokesman said he was sure'lhe
only to those settling in what are Agency would be - consulted -b
designated "A" development areas any of the new measures becomea'
such as Eilat, the town most dis- law.
will be eliminated or curtailed if tant from the center of the country
The treasury also has propose&
Resolution 242 as the only way .to
drastic economies recently sub-

peace in the Middle East.
The agreement was disclosed by
Foreign Minister Aldo Moro of
Italy which is playing host to
the EEC foreign minister.
He said that some of his col-

mitted to the ministerial commit-
tee on economic affairs are adopt-
ed.
The program, worked out by the
treasury, contains some of the most
radical austerity measures since
the early 1950s. Its purpose is to
enable the treasury to meet soar-
ing defense needs while keeping
pace with the needs of an ex-
panding population, particularly in

leagues stressed the need to have
Western Europe extend diplo-
matic assistance to the current
American peace initiative in the
Mid East.
The directors of the six-member the areas of health, education and
states' foreign ministries will try housing.
to work out detailed proposals- for
Mortgages at a low 8.9 per cent
a guaranteed peace settlement in
the Middle East, Moro said.

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a fact-finding mission for Middle
East peace suggested that the group

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4 African Presidents Seen Leaning
to Israel-Egypt Mid East Dialogue

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and Beisan on the hazardous bor- a freeze on dividends at last year's'
der with Jordan. Settlers in "B" level; continuation of price controls -
development areas which include I through 1972; a ban on replacing
Jerusalem, will have to pay 10 , government vehicles, including-
per cent on their mortgages and r ministers' cars, except for major
those in central parts of the coun- mechanical reasons; no new fur-
try, 12 per cent. niture for government offices; and
Tax exemptions for newcomers f no meals for officials at govern-
will be reexaminated in light of meat expense.
complaints from some sections of
the public that they are too lavish.
In a way, the main fault of all,
A maximum tax rebate on cars books is that they are too long.
and other durable goods will be
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fixed. An immigrant may have to
make a .choice between a new car

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prepare immediately practical pro-
posals for a dialogue,-between Is-
rael and Egypt.
President Leopold genghor of
Senegal said on a special radio in-
terview that he may return to
Israel for a second visit after he
and his colleagues visit Cairo.
They left for the Egyptian capital
after ending a three-day visit to
Israel.
Senghor said that he person-
ally has always felt an affinity
for Israel because of the spiritual
parallels between her ideas of
freedom and those of the Afri-
can nation. He compared Zionism
to the African liberation move-
ments.
Presidents Yakubn Gowan of Ni-
geria, Ahmadou Ahicllo of Came-
roon, Joseph Mobutu of Zaire (for-
merly Congo Kinshasa) and Seng-
hor represent the Organization of
African Unity, a group that has
consistently gone on record in
favor of resolutions supporting
Egypt and calling for Israel's with-
drawal.
They were selected out of the
OAU's Committee of Ten Presi-
dents to make the fact-finding
journey to Jerusalem and Cairo
and were to report back to the
full committee at a meeting in Da-
kar Wednesday. It was Egypt, a
member state of the OAU, that first
asked that body to do something
about the Midddle East conflict.
Although the Egyptians, by

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virtue of their status as an Afri-
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tive in presenting their case than
Israel, there is season for opti-
mism.
Senghor's remarks and his as-

A Peisc;nal Hi story

By David Ben Gurion

re-S-

surances when the group arrived
in Israel that they were open-
minded; Israel's asssistance to de-
veloping African nations in eco-
nomic and military aid (Mobutu,
in fact, earned his paratrooper's
wings at an Israeli army base);
Israel's sympathy for Biafra and
her protest of Nigerian "genocide"
of Iliafrans during the civil war;
and „finally, the group's very real
h d o e p
si:. e to seek peace, have raised

However, the Israelis are -con-
mined that the Egyptians will have
the "last word" on this visit.
Observers here said Israel would
be satisfied if the four presidents
recommend that Egypt and Israel
get together to discuss 'how to
implement the. Security CounCiTs,
Resolution 242 in all of its parts.
President Senghor's remarks.
dicated that _this would probably
be- tlie- otitconie of. their mission

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