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U.S., Soviets No Closer on M.•.
Ford said the talks had
brought about "a higher de-
gree of understanding" about
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each country's position on
The United States favors
step-by-step bilateral talks
Invitations and Party
between Israel and the Arab
accessories for all occasions.,
states while the Soviet Union
wants resumption of the Ge-
neva peace conference, for
which it is co-sponsor with
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The President made his
comment in response to a
question as to whether he
and_Brezhnev had discussed
"some kind of trade - off
• when you come to FLORIDA
whereby Israel would deal
with the PLO and the PLO
enjoy the climate, the food,
would recognize Israel's right
the sights . . . NOT the
to exist as a state."
Ford replied, "We didn't
turniture or wallpaper shops .. .
get into that detail." He add-
ed that "Israel has indicated
• UNIQUE interiors
that it would not negotiate
with the PLO" and that "we
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have no way of forcing them
to do so."
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His talks with Brezhnev
on the Middle East, he said,
for complete and professional
involved discussion of "our
assistance in FLORIDA .. .
position and their position,
and, as we discussed it, I
think we came to a higher
degree of agreement in that
our position was understood
by them and the prospects of
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understood by us."
WASHINGTON (JTA) —
President Ford indicated at
his press conference Monday
that differences between the
United States and the Soviet
Union on approaches to Mid-
east peace negotiations had
not been narrowed in his
Vladivostok talks with Soviet
Communist Party Secretary
Leonid I. Brezhnev.
Money to Burn—Oil Money
Ivances in the United States, insinuated more than $1,000,-
this nation reaches out 000 into the American
Of all the posturing by through such devices as the economy. By this time next
spokesmen for oil-rich nations Marshall Plan and the Peace year, that amount is expect-
and their energetic collabora- Corps to help relieve poverty ed to double. Arab oil income
tors, none is more ludicrous around the world. Some of is topping $100,000,000
to American Jews than the our profits, indeed, go for the a year. Conservative econo-
huffing and puffing of Dr. M. relief and rehabilitation of mists estimate that soon,
Arab governments will have
T. Mehdi. Visible as a picket refugees.
Item 4: Refugees? Why half a trillion dollars to in-
demonstrating against Jewish
rallies and conferences, Dr. cannot Dr. Mehdi and those vest.
Once this process escalates
Mehdi lists himself as secre- for whom he speaks now
tary-general of the Action demonstrate unselfish im- as it is expected to advance,
C o m m i t t e e On American- pulse by using a sizeable Arab investors in the lJnited
Arab Relations. The title is share of oil largesses to care States can be expected to in-
an euphemism for a pro-Arab for Arab refugees—the one fluence American advertising
propagandist in the U.S., enclave among the many col- copy. From there it's an easy
busy as a bevy of bees. lections of the refugees in jump to the purchaSe of
Not long ago, Dr. Mehdi the world that we hear about newspaper and magazine
plants. A dreary outlook, but
obtained good position on the so often?
we would be foolish to stick
New York Times opposite-
our heads in the sand whence
editorial page. There in his gestions, the oil richness now
comes the oil.
letter to unsuspecting read-
Dr. Mehdi, with his double
ers, he berated President
talk about America's hypoc-
Ford and Secretary Kissinger employed to give Saudi Ara-
in dealing with food pro-
for raising threats 'against bia, Kuwait, and other Arab risy
duction while complaining
oil-producing countries. What
about the outlandish boost in
right had they to scold Arab property. That building down oil prices by Arab nations,
states for hiking the price of the street of Atlanta, that
just a small sample of
oil, he asked, when Ameri_ island off the coast of South is
much — far too much that
cans •had been limiting pro-
lies ahead. An energy crisis
duction of food and keeping cago; take a good look, for is one thing; the capture of
the price of food high for tomorrow these properties
and hundreds more will be a political and economic
stranglehold on America by
in Arab hands.
Why, the United States
Even now, Arab interests Arab oil sheiks is the energy
could feed the world for years are reliably reported to have crisis multiplied endlessly.
were it not for the greed of
this nation, Dr. Mehdi main-
tained. What right to Messrs.
Hy Emery N.S.I. D.
And thou wilt give thyself Ford and Kissinger have,
relief, if thou doest every act then, to fuss about inconven-
of thty life as if it ware the ience caused by a boost in
sion of the Jews; that most
the price of oil?
—Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
Meyer Weisgal, chancellor of "Palestinian" Arabs in fact
As is standard operating the Weizmann 'Institute of live today in historic Pales-
practice for Dr. Mehdi, he Science and the man who tine on either side of the
glosses over essential factors. was a close confidant of Dr. Jordan.
Item 1: America has become Chaim Weizmann, has issued
And the fact that many of
a great food-producing nation an urgent call to "the gov-
by its own sweat and through ernment, the Jewish Agency, them came to this country
its own ingenuity. No entre- banks, other institutions and from other Arab areas be-
preneurs from other lands individuals" in Israel and cause they were attracted by
have come in to search for abroad to raise a $10,000,000 the prosperity that Jewish
the little house in the middle of the block
the fertile grounds, to plow fund for what he called an resettlement engendered; that
the PLO's "secular demo-
the soil, to sow the seeds, to "Operation Truth."
cratic state" notion is "mani-
provide the capital. By, con-
He described it as a mas-
trast,' a huge amount of Arab sive information campaign to festly spurious" without basis
oil profits are windfalls from enlighten world public opin- in history and "has been
the welcomed prospecting, ion as to the truths of the manufactured out of the in-
the drilling, the investment Israel-Arab conflict and the trigues of Arab oil diplo-
of American and British in- tenets of Zionism.
Pastor Duvernoy's letter
Writing in the Jerusalem
Our President Says
Item 2: Contrary to the Post in praise of a letter it to the Jerusalem Post, which
impression Mehdi attempts to published from Jerusalem stressed these points ought
"Competition is strong. We make competition
create, the United States has Catholic Pastor Claude Du- to be run as an advertise-
our asset with unequalled service"
provided food for hungry mil- vernoy, Weisgal said: "A ment in every leading news-
lions, often without cost and public committee of propa- paper in the West, Weisgal
frequently at prices humani- ganda experts drawn from recommended. In Israel, too,
tarians would applaud.
Israel and elsewhere, both "the young generation—and
Item 3: When profits do Jews and non-Jews, should I say this more in sorrow
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accrue from agricultural ad- be set up as a body inde- than in anger—are being fed
pendent of the government with lies, fraud, distortions
. . . to direct the enlighten- and obfuscations of the his-
torical truths of this area,"
"The eyes of the world Weisgal claimed.
must be opened once and for
all to the brazen lies of the
Arab propagandists and their
cohorts inside and outside
Weisgal contended that the
government and Jewish Ag-
ency had been "remiss" in
their duty "by not method-
ically revealing Arab men-
Fashion today is synonymous with personal flair . . . a
dacity and prevarications.
reflection of you as an individual . . . your hair is an
Jews are the best public re-
lations' men for other peo-
integral part of that look . . .
ples' causes but "fail to live
the color, the shaping, the amount of curl . .
up to that reputation for
themselves," Weisgal claimed.
He said he would be ready
an intimate expression of self
to give $10,000 personally to
such a fund should it be set ROASTING ON. '7.00
'thru hair designed for you
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