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April 25, 1975 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 25, 1975 13

Ford's 'Even Handedness' Causing Concer

(Continued from Page 1)
have the same in-put.",
Asked by Cronkite if that
meant "there won't be any
favored nation treatment of
Israel in the future," the
President replied, "I think
we have to, in this very divi-

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sion, where the possibility hand, sticking to far-reach-
A less optimistic outlook - - Peres told the students
of war is certainly a serious ing proposals which may ad-
has been expressed by lead- that the Israeli government
one. If you have a war, you vance peace, have better
ing Israeli economists .Who must concern itself so that
are inevitably going to have prospects to bring peace
are urging- the government the holdup does not become
an oil embargo — I think we than new initiatives which
to adopt contingency plans an embargo-
DI APERY CLEANERS
Economic circles are de-
have 16 be very cautious in only raise the question of predicated on a substantial
manding
that
the
govern-
our process of reassess- how seriously Israel took its
reduction of U.S. economic
ment." - -
previous suggestions," Ra-
aid, Shimshon Ehrlich, the ment appoint an ad hoc
"All That The Rome Implies"
The President said that bin said.
senior economic analyst of committee immediately to
study contingency plans - in
"prior to the suspension of
Rabin said that Israel
Haa- retz, wrote Friday.
We Also
the negotiations"_ between- would probably have to
According to Ehrlich, the event of a large-scale
Wash & Finish
Egypt and Israel conducted bring a map to Geneva along economists employed by the reduction in American aid
Drip Dry Curtains
by Secretary of State Henry -with its suggested princi-
government foresee a cut of • in order "to avoid last min-
Professionally
ute,
uncalculated
decisions."
A. Kissinger' last month, pies for peace, but rejected
as much as a half billion dol-
Meanwhile, the Economic
"our whole Middle Eastern demands for an elaborate
lars in economic assistance
WE DO ALL THE WORK
policy . .. had been a very Israeli peace initiative out-
REMOVE AND INSTALL
from the U.S: which would Planning Authority at the
Finance
Ministry
has
pre-
successful one." But "fol- side the framework of nego-
immediately throw 100,000
lowingthe very serious, dis ' tiations with the Arabs.
Israelis- out of work, more pared a new five-year eco-
appointment," in the last
Such an initiative would
891.1818
than 18 percent of the na- nomic plan calling for dras-
tic changes in the economy
negotiations, "we are com- create a sharp internal de.:-
Suburban Call Collect
tion's labor force.
mitted, at least in principle, bate but would not advance
Reverse Charges
Ehrlich noted that _this even if U.S. economic aid
to going to Geneva."
peace in the area, as past ex-
assessment was- even continues at -its present
The President added that perience has shown, Rabin
gloomier than a previous rate.
three "options" now exist. said. ,
one made by the Bank of
One is to resume the "sus-
Monday, former Foreign
Israel which calculated
pended negotiations with- Minister Abba Eban, ad-
that a drop in American
out making a commitment dressing American Jewish
aid would result in
to go to Geneva." Another leaders in New York,
The
60-70,000 unemployed.
would be to "go to Geneva urged Israel to present
Ehrlich reported that the
and try to get an overall set- new ideas and a specific
economists assume that ev-
tlerhent — which is a very policy if only to head off a
ery dollar less received by
complicated matter. People solution imposed by the
Israel would mean IL 14 less
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine
advocate it, however. "But," big powers:
production. A cut of a half
he continued, "while you are
Rabin noted that, "For
billion dollars from the U.S.
will present a review on
going through this negotia- years, the Israel govern-
would equal a IL 7 billion
tion for an overall settle- ment has submitted - production deficit in Israel
ment, as a third option, you through diplomatic chan-
representing 13 percent of
might have an interim nego- nels far reaching territorial
all local production and
tiated settlemeht .between ideas to the Arabs, indicat-
employment.
The Television and Cinema Triumph of
two of the parties, such as ing its willingness to make
The writer pointed out
Israel and Egypt." _
concessions. However, the
that Israel's imports
Ingmar Bergman
_ While the President response always was that
amount to $7 billion an-
said, "We have not made . these ideas were non-start-
nually against exports tf
Mon., April 28th at 8:30 p.m:
any decision yet," it ap- ers."
only $3.8 billion and the def-
at
He cited as an example
peared to observers that
icit must be covered by
the third option is the one the so-called Allon Plan for
loans, grants and aid funds
The
the U.S. still hopes to the West Bank, proposed
from abroad. - ,
achieve, prior to making after the 1967 Six-Day War
Wednesday night Defense
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Yigal Allon which, Rabin
to Israel.
that there was a definite
admission' $2
failed to win the slight-
holdup of arms plaCed by
President Ford also - said,
est
favorable
response
from
the
U.S.
government
against
stated in his interview that
Isr-ael.
the "impasse" between Is- the Arab world.
Last week, prior to Ford's
rael and the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization "will speech Monday, Rabin said,
be one of the most difficult "Arms shipments from the
things that will have to be U.S. according to signed
worked out, if it is worked agreements with the. U.S.
continue to arrive and will
out at Geneva."
The gloomy Washington continue to arrive."
He also predicted that
reaction to Ford's Mideast
statements have stemmed after the Geneva confer-
in part from the . fact that ence ends - there will have
they were made only a to be a renewed round of
month after the President bilateral talks with Egypt
was reportedly angered at to achieve a partial settle-
Israel for the failure of Kis- ment. Observers noted
singer's mission. Some ob- that Rabin_was indicating
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On the issue of American
Rabin said, "We have
reached a situation in which economic aid, Rabin said:
there is more balance in "We shall get more than we
U.S.-Israel relations than have received until now, but
there was during the first it is logical to assume that
days after the (Israeli-Egyp- we shall not get all that we
have asked."
tian) talks broke down."
However, he added; there
are no grounds to feel that
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between the two countries
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