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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, February 8, 1974-9

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USSR, U.S. Stress Need for M.E. Peace Pact

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moved by Israeli forces, the
VOLKSWAGEN
sources asserted.
AND
Unique Communique Issued
PORSCHE CARS
by White House After
Gromyko Visit With Nixon
WASHINGTON (JTA) —
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A four-line reference to the
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Middle East was contained in
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a communique issued by the
White House Tuesday on the
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was devoted to the Middle
East. Both sides attached
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particular importance to the
special role of the Geneva
conference, the need for a
peaceful Middle East settle-
ment and for progress toward
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ference and mutual force re-
ductions in Europe. It was
announced, however, that
Kissinger would visit Moscow
in the second half of March
in connection with prepara-
tons for a visit by President
Nixon to the Soviet capital
later this year.
At the United Nations, John
Scali, the U.S. ambassador,
said that he envisioned an
"increasingly important" role
for the UN in bringing about
a Middle East peace settle-
ment and that he hoped the
oil crisis would be solved by
multi-national cooperation.
Scali discussed both topics
at a press conference, his
first since returning to the
UN after undergoing surgery.
Scali indicated that the rea-
son the House of Representa-
tives turned down a U.S. ap-
propriation estimated at $1,-
500,000,000 to the World Bank
last week was because of the
Arab oil embargo and the
high price of oil.
Dinitz Urges Concerted
Action on POWs
WASHINGTON (JTA ) —
Declaring that "150 Israeli
boys are missing in action on
the Syrian front and we don't
know 10 this day if they are
alive or dead," Israeli Am-
bassador Simha Dinitz urged
the National Council of Jew-
ish Women to participate in
public and international de-
mands that the Syrian govern-
ment abide by the Geneva
Convention governing prison-
ers of war and make immed-

iately available the names of
all Israeli military personnel
in its hands.
The Israeli env o y , who
spoke before 350 delegates at-
tending the luncheon meeting
of the NCJW's joint program
institute at the Shoreham
Hotel, said the NCJW should
not be silent "until every Is-
raeli mother knows where
her son is."
A four-man delegation from
the Jewish Community Rela-
tions Council of G r eater
Philadelphia said a f t e r
meeting with presidential as-
sistant Leonard Garment that
Garment promised to convey
to President Nixon their con-
cern for the survival of Is-
raeli prisoners still held by
Syria. The delegation — led
by Benjamin S. Loewenstein,
JCRC president, and com-
posed of Philadelphia leaders
of the American Jewish Corn-
mittee, American Jewish
Congress and Bnai Brith Men
— delivered to the White
House petitions bearing the
names of 10,000 Philadel-
phians.
About 325 students attended
an outdoor rally on the Co-
lumbia University campus to
protest the Syrian govern-
ment's continued refusal to
comply with the Geneva Con-
vention.
Christian and Jewish
clergymen from throughout
New England are circulating

petitions on behalf of Israeli
POWs in Syria. The petitions
are being forwarded to the
International Red Cross in
Geneva and United Nations
Secretary General Kurt Wald-
heim.
In Paris, however, Chief
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan revealed
that the Catholic and Pro-
testant churches in France
have refused to participate
with the Jewish community
in a joint protest against
Syria's refusal to release the
Israeli POWs it holds.
Rabbi Kaplan, addressing
the general assembly of the
French Central Consistory,
said that he had asked the
Catholic and Protestant
churches to join the rabbinate
in protesting to the Red Cross
Committee in Geneva.
Catholic sources told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that the Paris cardinal has
publicly called for the re-
lease of the Israeli POWs in
Syria and for the implemen-
tation of the Geneva Conven-
tion by all countries con-
cerned.
These sources said that the
joint protest text was found
to be of a political nature
and one-sided as it made no
mention of Syria's demands
for the return of its 15,000
civilians to the villages now
under Israeli occupation as
prescribed by the Geneva
Convention.

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ATHENS—The Greek gov- The pair also were sen-
ernment has pledged to re- tenced to 27 years in prison.
lease the two Palestinian
On Wednesday, the Japa-
guerrillas whose death sen- nese embassy in Kuwait was
tences it promised to corn- seized by nine pro-Arab
mute last weekend.
Guerrillas w h o demanded
Egypt's ambassador to Pa- that Japan send a plane to
kistan told the newspaper Al rescue four other terrorists
Ahram in Cairo that the stranded on a hijacked fer-
pledge was made to him dur- ryboat in Singapore. The four
ing his negotiations between had failed in an attempt to
the Greek government and blow up an oil refinery off
three terrorists who took two Singapore.
Greek merchant marine of-
Although Japan agreed,
ficers hostage aboard their
freighter in Karachi harbor Kuwait has refused. The nine
have threatened to kill the
last weekend.
The terrorists released the Japanese ambassador and 15
hostages unharmed and let other hostages one by one.
The terrorists were identi-
themselves be flown to Cairo
after the Athens government fied as the Japanese Red
said it would commute the Army, the Arab Marxist
death sentences for the two Popular Front for the Libera-
Palestinians who killed five tion of Palestine and a splin-
persons and wounded 45 in an ter Arab guerrilla group,
attack at Athens airport last "Sons of the Occupied Terri-
summer.
tories."

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