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July 06, 1973 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-06

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ILO Rejects Arabs' Anti-Israel
Move; Boycott Ignored in Spain;
Missile Attack Viewed Seriously

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
6—Friday, July 6, 1973

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PAUL SIEGAL

FIRST FOREIGN VISITOR
The
CALLS ON KATZIR
The first foreign V.I.P. to
call on new President Eph-
CALL
raim Katzir was the Foreign
HE WILL ADOPT YOU AND
t
Minister of Swaziland. On
an official visit to Israel, he
GIVE YOU AN EXPERT JOB
paid his respects to Katzir
GENEVA (JTA) — Arab Israeli officials regard the Bonn will establish a train- regaled in Swazi national
AT A LOW PRICE TO BOOT
delegates walked out of the incident, the first of its kind ing center for teachers and costume.
58th International Labor Con- since last February was ad- technicians in Egypt.
ference here June s.27 after duced by the fact that a
"A BRYANT DEALER"
Classifieds Get. Quick Results
the conference refused to military spokesman issued Security Council Postpones
adopt a resolution that ac- a communique. On two pre- I Transfers of Debate
cused Israel of "discrimina- vious occasions when Egyp-
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
tion, racism and violation of tians fired missiles, no corn-
The Security Council has
human rights in Palestine . munique was issued.
I decided to postpone its de-
and the occupied territories. -
An army spokesman denied cision on transferring the
The conference reportedly an Egyptian claim that the Middle East debate to Gen-
rejected the resolution "be- missiles were fired at Is- eva when it • resumes July
cause of its violent Ian- raeli aircraft trying to pene- 15.
guage." The vote was 64-3 t r a t e Egyptian airspace.
Kenya. India and other Se-
_with 128 abstentions.
They also denied Egypt's curity Council members are
claim that an Israeli Phan- in favor of transferring the
Spanish Company Ignoring
torn jet was hit. According debate to Geneva because
Arab Boycott
to eye witnesses all of the they feel the Arab viewpoint
MADRID (JTA) —A Span- missiles expToded in mid-air. cannot obtain a fair hearing
ish company is ignoring the The missiles are equipped in New York.
Arab boycott and going ahead with a self-destruct device
A spokesman for the U.S.
with the construction of two that activates when they mission at the UN said the
large hotels in Tsrael, it miss their target.
United States "does not feel
*
was reported here. One of
that a move to Geneva will
the hotels will be in Jeru-
LONDON (JTA) — Britain further the work of the Coun-
salem and the other in Tel has offered the Egyptian cil. The Council is better-
Aviv.
government
a
10,000,000 facilitated at United Nations
The hotels are being built pounds sterling low-interest headquarters."
by Melia, the largest Span- loan, it was announced in
Kenneth D. Jamieson, act-
ish hotel chain. The company Parliament by Minister of ing head of the British dele-
has an option for a third Overseas Development, Rich- gation, the council president
hotel in Israel.
"Members will be acting on
ard Wood.
Wood said that the loan, their own good sense and
TEI AVIV (JTA) — Mili- to be extended over a four- their instructions — not on
tary circles take a serious year period, will be repay- what people in the city where
view of Egypt's hostile ac- able over 25 years at 2 per they are meeting are thinking
tion over the Suez Canal cent interest. He said the about the matter."
Samar Sen, India's chief
June 28 when SAM-2 missiles Egyptians would be given a
commented that
were fired at Israeli planes seven-year period of grace delegate
in flight over Sinai near the during which no repayments when Israeli Ambassador Te-
southern end of the water- of principal will be made. koah speaks he receive s all
way. The planes were in Is- According to Wood, the loan the attention. Sen *d r he
raeli airspace and, according will be used to purchase wasn't objecting to the at
to Israeli sources, returned British goods and services. tention given Israel but what
safely to their bases.
Reports from Cairo said the he called the, "total exclu
The seriousness with which Egyptian government is pre- sion of other viewpoints."
Cost of the Geneva move
H umminimmlimmumm pared to enter the deal.
is estimated between $97,000
West Germany and Egypt and $150,000, may cause
have signed a technical as- some delegations to decide
sistance agreement in Cairo. against the shift.
The two countries resumed osilmor. .001.01. 4iimmom. .00.100. .400.111. .414.00. .01.0w
diplomatic relations in June.
1972. Under the agreement

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