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22—Friday, November 1, 1974 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Flint News

Rabbi Miller Calls for Protests;
• Mrs. Schenk President of AZF Riegle, Hart, Griffin Protest
BOSTON (JTA)—Rabbi Is- Mideast."

, rael Miller, outgoing presi-
dent of the American Zionist
Federation, has urged all
Americans throughout the
nation to demonstrate at
every Arab consulate in the
United States or at the United
Nations to protest against the
invitation to the Palestine
Liberation Organization to
address the UN General As-
sembly.
Speaking at the AZF's
third national convention,
Rabbi • Miller, who is also
chairman of the Conference
of Presidents of Major Amer-
ican Jewish Organizations,
said that "thousands of us
will gather opposite the UN

MRS, FAYE SCHENK -

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building in New York on-
Monday to voice our protest,
the protest of humanity at
Arab terror. If you cannot
join us, I urge you to join in
protest at every Arab con-
sulate in the U.S.' --
Israel AmbaSsador Simha
Dinitz_ said, "Israel today
stands as ever ready to ne-
gotiate peace with each of
its neighbors. If peace is not
within our reach, it is be-
cause our neighbors have not
yet decided that they are pre-
pared to live in peace with
an independent Jewish state
in the Middle East."
_Dinitz noted that the Arab
leaders at their summit meet-
have to
-ing at Rabat
make the decision whether
they want to proceed on the
course of peace or rather on
the road of war which will
bring no solution but 'more
pain, more agony, and more
, suffering.to the people of the

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Dinitz declared: "The solu-
tion to the question of the
Representative Donald
Palestinians =can come only
in the framework of negotia- Riegle, Flint, and Senators
tions with Jordan. Any at- Robert Griffin and Philip
tempt to create a separate Hart have made statements
state between Israel and Jor- blasting the United Nations
dan will. be an attempt to invitation to Yassir Arafat,
interject .into the area a head of the Palestinian Lib-
state which historically is eration Organization, to
baseless, ethnologically with- speak before the UN General
out justification, economical- Assembly.
ly without viability, political-
"I am deeply disturbed by
ly frustrated, ideologically of the action of the United. Na
Soviet orientation, and mili- tions in inviting the Pales-
tarily having the sole purpose tinian Liberation Organiza-
of undoing Israel and Jor- tion- to speak before the Gen-
dan."
eral Assembly. While I have
Sen. Edward Kennedy (D . long been concerned about
Mass.) told the convention the real difficulties facing
that "we must stand for Palestinian refugees—I abhor
peace, but a peace that pro- the savage violence and ter-
vides recognized and secure rorism carried out by ex--
boundaries for the state of tremist individuals and or-
Israel, a 'permanent peace." ganizations," Rep. .Riegle
He stated that if the U.S. said.
"resolves to continue to sup-
"We set a terrible precel
ply to Israel the tools it needs dent when sustained terror-
for its own defense, then the ism and wanton killing can
people of Israel will assure become a means to secure a
their own security and their UN audience. It violates all
own futdre."
the UN Charter stands for,
The AZF elected M r s . when terrorist behavior is
Faye Schenk of New York as rewarded with access to in-
president to succeed Rabbi ternational forums.
Miller, who had served in the , "I regret deeply the pend-
post for four years. Mrs. s ing PLO appearance at the
Schenk, who is also national nited Nations."
Chairman of the- Hadassah
Sen. Griffin said that "for,
Medical Organization and for-
mer Hadassah president, the UN. to invite -participa-
by terrorists is a serious
called on the U.S. to continue tion
setback for all who favor
its firm support of Israel.
peaceful settlement of inter-
She said that recent events national disputes. I applaud
have shown American Jews the vote case by our U.S.
that "the survival of the delegatiOn, and -I strongly
state of Israel and the Jew- support our government's
ish people is now at stake." continuing efforts to secure a
She cited "the sneak attack just and lasting peace in the
of the Arabs last October, oil Middle East."
blackinail, the barbaric acts
Sen. Hart's statement read
of Arab, terrorists and the in part:
inhumane invitation to the
"The United Nation's ifiVi-
PLO to address the United
tation to the PLO to address
Nations."
Mrs. Schenk said "Anti- its plenary session is unpre-
Israel clouds are gathering - in cedented-and discomforting."
"While philosophically and
the international arena." She
called on all Jewish orgniza- politically one may wish -to
tions to cooidiriate their ef- have a forum which would
forts so that "our - united
Voice can be heard against
the evil and destructive de-
signs against Israel and the
Jewish people."
She pledged that the AZF
would "penetrate into every
corner, every community of
the U.S., to educate and to
rally support for Israel." She
noted, "If ever there was a
time to strengthen the Zion-
ist movement, this is it."

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include all factions — it is
difficult, indeed impossible,
to offer such an invitation
without appearing to excuse
or encourage the acts of ter-
rorism which have been so
much a part of the PLO. Ter-
rorism is ugly, repulsive, and
unacceptable. That is what
we need to say firmly and in
unison," he said.

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A VOTE FOR MONTGOMERY FOR CONGRESS
IS A VOTE AGAINST NIXON-FORD POLICIES

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French-Saudi Oil
Accord Expected

PARIS UTA)—France and
Saudi Arabia are close to con-
cluding a broad economic ac-
cord which will. supply
France with an estimated
800,000,000 tons of oil over
the next 15 years, French of-
ficials report.
A French delegation will
go to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in
the next few days to continue
the negotiations.
Under the terms of the ac-
cord, Saudi Arabia would
agree to supply France with
the petrol in exchange for
French industrial investments
and technological aid in the
form of joint ventures. The
agreement was first discussed
almost a year ago during the ,
oil crisis.

Professor Montgomery knows the difference
BETWEEN helping friendly democracies,
like Israel, ... and
NIXON-FORD aid to military dictatorships,
like Chile, S. Korea, S. Viet Nam,
Greece, Turkey, and the Arab states;
BETWEEN stable food prices-. . . and
NIXON-FORD grain giveaways to the Russians;
BETWEEN an "energy-independent" economy ... and
NIXON-FORD planned-dependency on Arab -oil;
BETWEEN inflation control through a balanced
budget, tax reform and interest control
in vital industries such as housing . . . and
NIXON-FORD 5% surtax on middle-income taxpayer
American Gov't. Professor Montgomery is
and "WIN" buttons!
shown here encouraging Senator Jackson in
Professor Montgomery is rated:—
his now-successful struggle to force the
"PREFERRED AND WELL QUALIFIED"
Nixon-Ford adminietration to secure agree-
by the Oakland Citizens League
ment for Jewish Emigration from the Soviet
(Civic Searchlight)
Union to Israel.

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Professor Montgomery is endorsed by his former colleagues in the Michigan State Legislature.

ON NOVEMBER 5 IMPROVE YOUR REPRESENTATION IN CONGRESS
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Elect GEORGE F. MONTGOMERY
Your REPRESENTATIVE-IN-CONGRESS 19th DISTRICT

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