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January 17, 1975 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
8—Friday, January 17, 1975

Russia Is Linked to Several Problems

(Continued from Page 1)
designs in the region. There
is a readiness to re-examine
positions and contemplate
farther-reaching proposals —
but not Until there are clear
indications from Egypt that
it will offer a substantive
political quid pro quo in re-
turn,
President Ford indicated
in the Time interview that
while U.S. and Israeli na-

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tional interests coincided at
the present time, that may
not always be the case; said
that he would not rule out a
formal U.S. guarantee to
Israel but there would have
to be "some real progress"
toward peace first; and
warned that the prospects of
a new war in the Middle
East "are very, very danger-
ous." The President also
criticized what he considered
excess pressure in the U.S.
for the emigration of Soviet
Jews which "may well have
hurt rather than helped Jew-
ish emigration."
Ford said that he stands
by Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger's warning, in
a Business Week interview,
that the U.S. would not rule
out the use of force to secure
Middle East oil sources if
the industrial world was be-
ing strangled. He stressed
that the Secretary was re-
plying "to a very hypotheti-
cal question."
Asked if there are "any
concrete limits on our com-
mitment to Israel," the Presi-
dent replied: "It so happens
that there is a substantial
relationship at the present
time between our national
security interests and those
of Israel. But in the final
analysis, we have to judge
what is in our national in-
terest above any and all
other considerations."
On a guarantee to Israel,
the President said: "We have
given everything except that.
We have often made com-
mitments that we consider
Israel a necessary state in
the Middle East. both as to
integrity on territory and its
existence. I wouldn't rule
out (a guarantee) under
some circumstances, but
there has to be, in my judge-
ment, some real progress
there before that step would
be taken."
Kissinger announced Tues-
day night that the Soviet
trade pact had been termi-

Israeli Gets Grant
From U.S. Navy

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Prof.
Yeremiyahu Branover, a re-
cent immigrant in Israel from
the Soviet Union who is now
teaching at the Ben-Gurion
University in Beersheba, has
received a large research
grant from the U.S'. Navy.
The scientist is developing
a new magnet-hydrodynamic
system to boost the amount
of electric power obtainable
from raw fuel.
If his system, which is.
based on a fuel conservation
method, becames viable, it
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missiles, space vehicles and
nuclear generators.

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agencies of federations in
North America and to help
strengthen the quality of
Jewish family life as + a whole,
has been issued by the Insti-
tute for Jewish Life, a divi-
sion of the Council of Jewish
Federations and W elf are
Funds.
The 60-page study, "The
Emerging Jewish Family,"
was conducted and written
by Dr. Bernard Reisman,
director of the Hornstein
Jewish Communal Service
Program at Brandeis Univer-
sity. It is based on more
than a year of research and
discussion with leaders in the

nated, and said, "When the
Soviet Union looked to the
totality of what it had to
gain against intrusion into
its domestic affairs it reached
the decision we have today."
Secretary General Kurt
Waldheim said Tuesday it
was doubtful there could be
a third extension of the man-
date of the United Nations
Disengagement Obser v er
Force on the Golan Heights
unless there was movement
toward a peace settlement.
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tion extremely serious.
The UNDOF mandate ends
next May, a fact leading to
spdculation that Waldheim
was raising the prospect of a
pullout of UN forces five
months before that date to
put additional pressure on
the two sides' and possibly
on the United States and
Russia to achieve a renewal
of negotiations.
The mandate of the UN
forces betwen Egypt and Is-
rael in the Sinai expires in
April.
Waldheim cited his talks
in Damascus in November
with President Assad of Syr-
ia which led •to renewal of
the UNDOF mandate. Wald-
heim said Assad made it
clear then that •this did not
mean he was ready to accept
a third six months extension.

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services that strengthen the
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