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January 03, 1975 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-03

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Friday, January 3, 1975-17
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Rabin Hurt in Bathroom Fall

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin attended
Tuesday's meeting with his
shoulder in a plaster cast
following a fall in his Tel
Aviv home Dec. 27 which
broke his collar bone.
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that the bone was being held
in place by the cast but doc-
tors have advised the premier
that he would have some
pain.
The accident occurred
when Rabin slipped in his
bathroom. Earlier reports
that he fell on wet pavement
outside his home were incor-
rect.
Doctors said that Rabin
would have to wear the cast
for another three weeks.

Despite Pled ges, Economy Hits UJA

NEW YORK (JTA)—Frank
R. Lautenberg, newly elected
general chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, said
that the UJA is already
ahead on pledges compared
to this time last year but
that he was not sure that
"we are going to reach the
goal of last year."
The 1975 target is $750
million. Addressing a press
conference at UJA headquar-
ters here, Lautenberg cited
the declining American econ-
The vanity of human life omy and said that if it gets
any worse, "we are going to
is like a river, constantly be affected. The question is,
passing away, and yet con- to what degree?"
Lautenberg said $670 mil-
stantly coming on.—Swift

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lion was pledged to the_,,UJA also had the task of offering
in 1974 of which $220 mil-1"a Jewish way of life with
lion was raised in cash. He I dignity and to build a con-
disclosed that wi regard to stituency for the future."
pledges the UJA is ahead of
He said American Jews
the same period last year by have been mistaken in being
eight percent.
"responsive to negatives."
He attributed the increased He stated they should not
pledges to the fact that Jews react defensively but should
identify themselves m o r e emphasize their creativity.
Lautenberg said he was
with the UJA and said Amer-
ican Jews felt more threat- "surprised and disappointed"
ened today than they did dur- by the cynical image of the
ing the Yom Kippur War UJA he found in Israel. -He
because of the growing isola- said many Israelis believed
tion of Israel and the Jewish that donors contributed to the
UJA because their contribu-
people.
tions were tax deductible.
He said, "There is an in-
The large amounts given
spired involvement on the cannot possibly be matched
part of Jews, particularly by the tax deductions, Lau-
young Jews." Lautenberg, tenberg said, adding that
who succeeded Paul Zucker- much loftier considerations
man in the top UJA post 10 motivated UJA donors. He
days ago, stated that al- said he hoped the negative
though the basic task of the image in Israel • would
UJA was to raise money, it change.



U.S. Disenchanted With Israel

WASHINGTON — In a na-
tionally syndicated column
Thursday, writer Jack Ander-
son said that U.S. leadership,
and especially Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger, are
disenchanted with Israel over
lack of a West Bank settle-
ment and her position with
Egypt.
Anderson said Kissinger
used some of the most blunt
language ever used before
Congressional leaders at a
recent secret White House
briefing.
Kissinger charged, accord-
ing to the column, that Israel
needed to be more flexible,
and had jeopardized peace
negotiations b e c a us e she
would not give up "another
six kilometers of Arab land."
Kissinger was also re-
ported to have said that Is-
rael missed a great opportu-
nity to settle the West Bank
situation with Jordan's King
Hussein. That failure led to
the Arab recognition of the
PLO and the Syrians balk-

ing negotiations, Kissinger
charged.
According to statements at-
tributed to Kissinger and
Ford in the article, Israel's
position is increasingly iso-
lating her, and both U.S.
leaders said there is a limit
as to how far the U.S. would
back Israel in the event of
another war.
"The Israelis and their
friends here," said Kissinger,
"need to understand the risk
of world solidarity against
Israel."
The article related a con-
versation at the meeting
where Congressional leaders
and the President stated that
the U.S. would not 'provide
manpower in the event of
another Middle East war,
and that there was- a limit
to the mount of arms that
the U.S. could provide.
"The Israelis feel that
money and armaments are
easy to come by," President
Ford is quited as saying. "I
agree there is a limit."

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JERUSALEM (JTA)—Mrs. "We wanted to see the out-
Tova Medina, 31, who had come before we did any-
undergone homone treatment thing," Moshe explained.
after being childless for sev-
en years, Sunday gave birth
to quintuplets — three boys
and two girls—at Hadassah
Hospital.
A hospital spokesman said
the infants' were in incuba-
tors and were in compara-
tively good health. The small-
Newsweek Senior Editor
est of the quints weighed
Arnaud de Borchgrave re-
about three pounds.
in this week's' issue of
Doctors said it would be ports
the
magazine
that Israelis
some time before they could
stay whether the infants would negotiated secretly with PLO
survive. Mrs. Medina, who representatives In Paris last
was reported doing well, was week.
According to de Borch-
71/2 months pregnant when
grave, the PLO and Israel
her labor pains began.
The babies were delivered held secret talks to see if
by Caesarian section. This is there was any basis for fur-
the second group of quintup- ther discussions, and in an
lets delivered in Hadassah interview, Yasir Arafat sug-
gested that the PLO may be
Hospital in three years.
Mrs. Medina and her hus- moving toward acceptance of
band, Moshe, are immigrants the state of Israel.
De Borchgrave also said
from Morocco and reside in
a two-room house in the nor- that key Arab oil producers
thern Negev development also decided that they may
town of Shderot. Medina not automatically start
works as a warden in the another Western oil embargo
Beersheba Prison, and Mrs. in the event of another Middle
Medina is employed in a East war.
Israeli sources, according
pha ma c °logical laboratory in
to the article, said the dis-
Kibutz Bror Hail.
The Medinas made no pre- cussions with the PLO rep-
parations for quintuplets. resentatives Jed nowhere.

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