State Dept.'s 1973 Budget Includes
$50 Million to Israel for Soviet Jews
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
State Department has sought au-
thorization from Congress for
a fiscal 1973 budget that includes
a $50,000,000 grant to Israel in
supportive aid to ease the economic
burden of absorbing Jewish immi-
grants from the Soviet Union.
Joseph J. Sisco, assistant secre-
tary of state for Near Eastern
affairs, disclosed that budgetary
item before the House Foreign
He said the $50,000,000 was in-
cluded "in recognition of the heavy
defense burden that Israel bears
and the additional strain on its
resources resulting from the in-
creased immigration of Soviet
In reply to a question by Rep.
Clement Zablocki (D., Wis.) who
presided at the committee ses-
sion, Sisco said the amount of
$50,000,000 was based on .a projec-
tion of the number of Soviet refu-
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
347-Mdai;-March 31, 1972
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gees coming to Israel and the
amount the Israel government can
assimilate in this period. He - did
not say how the funds would be
-An earlier $50,000;000 grant to
Israel for support in -lbsorbing
immigrants from the Soviet
Union is contained in the recent-
ly passed foreign aid bill for
fiscal 1972. A State Department
official told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that there was
no connection between these
sums and bills now pending in
Congress for special assistance
to Israel for the absorption of
The official referred to a meas-
ure sponsored by Sen. Edmund
Muskie (D., Me.) and Rep. Jona-
than Bingham (D., N.Y.) which
calls for $85,000,000 in such aid
to Israel and another sponsored
by Sen. Henry M. Jackson (I).,
Wash.) which would provide $250.-
000,000 for the same - purpose.
These measures and the sum re-
quested by the State Department
are in the form of grants.
In addition, the fiscal 1972 foreign
aic. bill contains authorization of
up to $300,000,000 in credits for
Israel for military purchases here.
Fiscal 1972 ends on June 30 and
fiscal 1973 begins July 1.
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Time: 10 p.m. Sunday.
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The ban had been placed on culture, humor, music and litera-
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