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August 16, 1974 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-16

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JEWELRY

U holesnle Diamonds & Jen-eh.): .
eininoting. Jewelry & II arch Repaii -ing

SUITE 318 ADVANCE BLDG.

Commemoration Held

SOFIA (JTA)—A cermony
was held here recently to
commemorate the 30th anni-
versary of the burning of the
Kaylaka concentration camp
near Pleven where Bulgarian
Jews were interned.

Brazil-Arab Trade
Pact May Be Due

RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)
— A 40-member delegation
of bankers and businessmen
from seven Arab countries
are here for two weeks to
examine the possibilities of
increasing trade with Brazil.
The delegation, comprising
representatives from Leb-
anon, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia,
Iraq, 'Jordan, Morocco and
Libya, is considered by offi-
cials here to be of great im-
port.
diplomatic
However,
sources here say that no dra-
matic results are expected
and that the group is not here
to make investments.
Since the steep increase in
the price of oil, the Brazilian
economy has, been hard hit
and since that time Brazil
has sought to strengthen its
ties with the Arab oil-produc-
ing nations.

`PLO Should Not Be Only
Palestinian ilepresentative'

Rifai took a hard line on tinians in other areas.
By MICHAEL SOLOMON
However, Rifai said, if "all
OTTAWA (JTA) — King Jordan's demands on Israel
Hussein of Jordan said here as a condition for Jordan's the Arabs" decided that the_
Aug. 7 that while he has participation in the Geneva PLO should represent the
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Rifai expressed optimism
ence in Geneva, he cannot of the West Bank as a first
accept the idea of the PLO step toward convening the about the prospects for a
as the sole representative of Geneva conference to discuss Middle East settlement after
complete withdrawal. If there emerging from a two-hour
all the Palestinians.
At a press conference after is no withdrawal," he de- talk with Kissinger.

Rifai came to Washington
his talks with Prime Minister clared, "it is useless to talk
for talks with administration
Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Hus- about peace."
He also rejected reported officials a day after Israeli
sein asserted that "Jordan
is the home of the over- Israeli suggestions that Jor- Foreign Minister Yigal Allon
whelming majority of Pales- dan might be given civilian left after conducting a week
tinians and I hardly can see control of some West Bank of talks with officials.
In Jerusalem Premier Yitz-
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how people, who have been towns while Israeli forces
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years, should be represented adding, "we are talking about weekend it was still too early
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to decide if Israel would hold
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settle-
When asked by the JTA
ment goals as recovering the Jordan as the next stage of
about
an
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tories measures should be
red to postpone this decision
taken to prevent the area Jerusalem" and then contri- until after the Arab leaders
buting toward making. Jeru-
from falling under control of
hand ended their round of
a "reactionary Arab regime," salem a city of peace "for- talks with administration of-
all concerned." He said any
Hussein replied: "With all
problems after "recovery of ficials in Washington.
due respect to the Soviet
However, in Copenhagen
Union we have more right the territory" could be dealt
Premier Rabin said in a
to be involved with the Pales- with "by reciprocity."
Rifai rejected claims of the newspaper interview that Is-
tinians than they have, and
Palestine Liberation Organi- rael "is ready to negotiate
will continue to be."
zation to represent Palestin- and surrender territories to
He said he wanted "to see ians in the West Bank. He re- achieve a true peace with the
the Palestinians exercise the iterated Jordan's position Arab states." He ruled out,
right of self-determination that it represents all Pales- however, the possibility of
whether they would remain tinians in Jordan, including Israeli withdrawal to the p-re-
with us in one country, feder- the West Bank but that the Six-Day War borders in a
ate or separate. Whatever PLO might represent Pales- Mideast peace settlement.
their choice will be we will
respect it."
Hussein said that steps
have been taken toward
peace in the Middle East and
all efforts should be made
LONDON (JTA) — The imposed on him for alleged
"to keep the momentum go-
ing on." He said that Jordan Bulgarian High Court in So- espionage and has confirmed
did not as yet know the Is- fia has dismissed the appeal Dr. Spatter's conviction and
by Dr. Heinrich Spetter, the sentence.
raeli position.
The only way now to save
Asked about the NBC-TV Bulgarian Jewish economist,
report that he had met with against the death sentence the life of the 53-year-old for-
mer Bulgarian representative
former Premier Golda Meir
on the- Unilad Nations Indus-
May 27, Hussein smiled and Teens Attend Torah
trial Development Organiza-
said, "Yes, speculations have
tion (UNIDO) is through an
occurred many times" and Class at Yeshiva U.
there was no need for him - to , NEW YORK (JTA) — An appeal for clemency to To-
expected 1,000 Jewish teen- dor Zhivkov, the Bulgarian
dwell on them.
Asked about Jordan's ob- agers, most with minimal head of state.
Dr. Spetter was sentenced
jectives in the Mideast nego- Jewish backgrounds, will par-
tiations, Hussein replied: ticipate at 20th anniversary to death May 31 by the Sofia
"Frankly speaking, we wish sessions of Torah Leader- District Court following a
to recover territories lost in ship Seminars in Pennsyl- trial which lasted only four
the 1967 war, restore Arab vania, Washington state and days. Only his wife was ad-
sovereignty over eastern Je- Quebec at- the end of this mitted into the courtroom.
rusalem and make the whole month, Yeshiva University
He was defended by a Bul-
of Jerusalem a city of peace has announced.
The "MANLY" look and the "MOTHERLY"
garian lawyer, secretary of
The seminars are spon- the Lawyer's Guild, and a
and friendship. Following the
price tag, in time for fall and the holidays.
recovery of territories I think sored twice a year, once dur- member of the Communist
We've spent a lot of years developing the kind
we can introduce the princi- ing the winter period and Party, Velichko Ivanov. But
ple of reciprocity between all once during th summer, by the District Court took little
of rapport that enables us to please both —
the countries involved in the the youth bureau of the uni- notice of the defense attor-
The young man gets the high fashion look; mother
versity's Rabbi Isaac Elcha- ney's arguments.
Middle East war."
-
gets the quality and fit for which she yearns!
Dr. Spetter's appeal was
Hussein, accompanied by non Theological Seminary.
program
was
started
The
heard by the high court on
his wife, Aliah, flew to Can-
Where's Dad? — He's in our men's suit department
ada piloting his own Boeing initially to expose teen-agers Aug. 5 when he was again
selecting a suit to highlight his grand personality.
707. He left for Vancouver with little or no Jewish back- represented by Ivanov. Rela-
Aug, 8 to be the guest of ground to a "total Jewish tives of the defendant were
Every size for the "hard to fit" and plenty
honor at the Abbotsford In- experience," according to a informed of the high court's
of sizes for the "impossible" to fit.
decision Monday. Through-
ternational Air Show and spokesman.
Since the level of Jewish out, Dr. Spetter has asserted
left for Seattle Saturday be-
14-18-year-
the
backgrounds-
ALL THE NEW FALL
his innocence.
fore going to -Washington.
old participants bring to the
All efforts by Amnesty In-
Asked about the impact of seminars ranges from some
ternational to - intercede on
President
Nixon's
resigna-
acquaintance with Jewish-
For All Young Men 8-80
tion, Hussein said he hoped ness to very little, the study- his behalf with the Bulgarian
French Shriner
Hush Puppies
Dexter
Nettleton
such a development would play atmosphere of the semi- authorities failed.
Friends and relatives of
not hamper the "momentum" nars are designed to func-
Old Orchard Shopping Plaza
he said had been achieved tion on different educational Dr. Spetter appealed today
Maple at Orchard Lake Rds.
toward a Middle East settle- levels, according to Dr. Abra- to world public opinion to in-
851-3660—West Bloomfield
tervene in this new "Drey-
ment.
ham Stern, youth bureau di- fus Case," as they described
Mon., Thurs., Fri. 9-9
In
Washington,
Jordanian
rector.
Tues., Wed., Sat. til 6
it.
Prime Minister Zaid al-Rifai
They insist that the es-
reported here that he made
For Young Men Eight to Eighty
arrangements for Hussein's Gaza Gets Electricity pionage charge is a complete
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