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April 26, 1974 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 26, 1974-15

Educators to Meet

Weapons Shipped to Israel Proposed
as U.S. Gift by Security Council

LONDON (JTA)—A world
conference of Jewish educa-
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the 1830's.
Israel of all the weapons the
United States shipped to Is-
rael during and since the
Yom Kippur War and those
now being delivered.
The weapons and the cost
of shipping them to Israel
total in cost between $900,-
000,000 and $1,000,000,000, the
JTA was informed by a high
U.S. authority identified with
the NSC recommendation.
This sum will be deducted
from the $2,200,000,000 in
emergency aid to Israel
proposed by the President
last October which the Con-
gress speedily enacted.
That law authorized the
President to grant up to $1.5
billion to Israel and almost
all of the remaining $700,-
000,000 as a credit to Israel.
Congress directed the deduc-
tion from the credit figure of
slightly less than $18,000,000
as the U.S. share of the cost
of maintaining for one year
the United Nations Emer-
gency Force now functioning
in the Middle East.
With the deduction of the
currently recommended gift,
the President would still have
up to $500,000,000 he could
grant to Israel. The disposi-
tion of the funds must be
decided on, it was under-
stood, by June 30, the end of
the current fiscal year. Asked
by the JTA as to the possi-
bility that the Pentagon
would seek to obtain $154,-
000,000 of its requested $474,-
000,000 in a supplemental ap-
propriation, from the $2.2
billion fund, the authority
stressed "this will never
happen."
Rep. Joshua Eilberg (D.-
Pa.) has said that the White
House has "impounded" the
$2.2 billion voted four months
ago and that "the administra-
tion intends to evade the will
of the Congress by making
less than the stated figure
of $1.5 billion in grants avail-
able in that form" to Israel.
OUTSTANDING IN
The JTA was told that it was
• BLACK
the "clear intent of Con-
gress" that Israel receive all
• WHITE
of the $1.5 billion in grants.
Egypt and the United States
• BONE
formally resumed diplomatic
• BLUE
relations Friday after a
break of seven years with
• BROWN
President Nixon providing an
extraordinary display of af-
fection for Egyptian Ambas-
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East, including the Israeli-
Syrian disengagement pro-
cess. Kissinger is expected
to assure the Russians that
they are not being excluded
from American Middle East
diplomacy.
In addition to visiting
Syria and Israel, where he
is expected Thursday, the
secretary of state is expect-
ed by official U.S. sources to
visit Algeria, Jordan, Egypt,
Saudi Arabia and other coun-
tries, possibly Kuwait.
(Newsweek reports that
Senator Henry M. Jackson
suggested privately to Secre-

tary of State Henry A. Kiss-
inger that a Middle East set-
tlement should include demi-
litarization of the Suez Canal.
Jackson reportedly is plan-
ning to resort to legislative
action on his proposal be-
cause Kissinger is noncom-
mital on his suggestion. Jack-
son claims that reopening of
the canal would bring the
USSR closer to the Pedsian
Gulf and the Indian Sea and
to its Black Sea fleet, since
the Suez cuts the trip from
the Black Sea to the Indian
waters from 30 days to about
five.)

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