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January 31, 1975 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-31

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Sadat More Positive on Peace Gesture; Gets French Arms Deal

(Continued from Page I)
planes. Egypt has alsb order- industries specialized in light
massive radar equipment in- ed telecommunication sets weapons and electronic
equipment.
cluding electronic devices for for tactical purposes.
Egyptian circles in Paris
the detection of low flying
Egypt and France will also
study the possibility of build- stressed that the new weap-
ons will not only dramatical-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS ing a helicopter factory. in ly increase the fire power of
Egypt
and
planning
military
28—Friday, January 31, 1975
the Egyptian Army, it will
above all enable Cairo to re-
. .
sist Soviet and American
No Favoritism
pressures in the political
with
arena.
at French Hotel
HENRI WAKNINE
Less spectacular but' prob-
PARIS (JTA) — The
ably just as impojrtant was
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Egyptian delegation ac-
the Franco-Egyptian agree-
companying President
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Sadat on his state visit
the Arab-European dialogue,
to France is staying in
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some time which had to be
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Ben-Gurion and Levi
Palestinian delegation formed
Eshkol stayed at The
by the PLO.
Bristol when they came
Sadat and Giscard re-
to
meet
President
portedly secretly agreed to
FACIAL HAIR
Charles de Gaulle.
hold the conference without
PERMANENTLY
The hotel manage-
a full Palestinian representa-
ment said that the
tion. The PLO delegrates
REMOVED
Arab delegation which
would, according to this plan,
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attend only some of the sub-
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The Arab-European dia-
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ly to be held in late spring,
will enable Egypt and the
other Arab states to further
strengthen their ties with
Western Europe.
Egyptian circles in Paris
said Egypt hopes for the day
when it will be able to count
on Western Europe, its eco-
nomic strength, its military
industries and even its veto
voices at the United Nations
Security Council, and be able
to do without Russia's help
and withstand Washington's
pressures.
Sadat reportedly drew up
this possibility in his meet-
ing with Giscard saying that
the Euro-Arab bloc with its
industrial potential and its
oil reserves would be one of
the world's super powers.

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During his press confer-
ence last week, Ford again
defended Kissinger's view
and said, "If a country is
being strangled, that country
has the right to protect itself
against death." When asked
whether another Arab oil
embargo would be "strangu-
lation," the President 'af-
firmed, "not of the kind in

1973."

Simon's memorandum,
however, was far less hypo-
thetical and much more
pointed. "A recurrence of
the 2.4 million barrels per
day reduction which oc-
curred during the (1973)

Mrs. Sadat Sees
Jewish Minister

The French government
apparently treated this pos-
sibility seriously. It also
treated Sadat as a highly in-
teresting customer for French

OPEC embargo would have
a prompt, substantial im
pact on our 'economic well-
being and, considering the
close relation between this
nation's economic welfare
and our national security,
would clearly threaten to im-
pair our national security,"
Simon said.
"In the event of a world-
wide political or military
crisis, it is not improbable
that a more complete inter-
ruption of the flow of im-
ported petroleum would oc-
cur. In that event, the total
U.S. production of about 11
million barrels a day might
well be insufficient to supply
adequately a war-time econ-
omy, even after' mandatory
conservation measures are
imposed," the memo con-
tinued.
"As a result, the national
security would not merely
be threatened, but could be
immediately, directly and
adversely affected."

T h e treasury secretary
went on to warn that the high
price of oil would have vir-
tually the same effects as a
curtailment of supply. "Pay-
ments outflow poses a more
intangible but just as real,
threat to the security of the
United States as the threat
of petroleum supply interrup-
tion- On both grounds de-
cisive action is essential."

Simon said that his inves-
tigation found that crude oil
and its principal derivatives
and related products derived
from natural gas and coal
tar "are being imported into
the United States in such
quantities as to 'threaten to
impair national security. I
find further that the fore-
going are being imported
into the United States under
such circumstances as to
threaten to impair the na-
tional security."

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PARIS (JTA) — The
Egyptian President's
wife, Mrs. Jehne Sadat
was accompanied dur-
ing her visit to Paris
by the French Govern-
ment's o n 1 y Jewish
minister, Mrs. Simone
Veil, minister of health.
Mrs. Sadat visited a
hospital f o r handi-
capped children, visit-
ed the Louvre and met
20 Egyptian •soldiers
wounded during the
Yom Kippur War who
are now undergoing
medical treatment in
France.

This utopian plan looks to
some French observers as
more realisable than it first
appears. A number of West
European countries, such as
Italy, Belgium and Ireland,
have already expressed a
keen interest. The experts
believe that should the world
economic crisis worsen, other
European governments would
like to give it a chance.

Simon Concurs With Kissinger
on Possible Use of Force in M.E•

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Treasury Secretary William
Simon may have supplied
the specific circumstances
that Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger omitted when
he said in a Business Week
interview earlier this month
that the U.S. would not rule
out the use of force to se-
cure Middle East oil sources.
In a secret Jan. 14 memo-
randum to Congress, made
public here, Simon said that
any sudden curtailment of
American oil supplies by
more than one million bar-
rels a day would "clearly
threaten to impair our na-
tional security" and "deci-
sive action is essential."
Kissinger had said in his
interview that military force
would not be ruled out in
extreme circumstances such
as a cut-off of oil that threat-
ened the "strangulation" of
American industry. He said
at the same time that the
U.S. would not consider force
as a means of bringing down
the price of oil. President
Ford, after several days of
hedging, publicly supported
Kissinger's statement but in-
sisted that the secretary had
made it in reply to "a very
hypothetical question."

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