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8 Friday, June 27, 1975

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`Ouster of Israel From UN May Hurt Chances for Peace

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Senator Charles H. Percy
(R-Ill.) has warned the Arab
nations that if they attempt
to suspend Israel from the

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Assembly they would
"fracture the chances for
peace in the Middle East."
Percy, addressing a din-
ner sponsored by the United
Nations Association, stated
that "the one great danger
that hangs like a black cloud
over the United Nations is
an anticipation that the
Third World nations, having
suspended South Africa last
year from participation in
the 29th General Assembly,
will move in the 30th to sus-
pend Israel."
He predicted, however,
that if the Arab nations
oppose the attempt the
Third World nations will
not move to suspend Israel.
Meanwhile, Iraq has
reached a crisis in its rela-
tions with the Soviet Union
to a degree that opens the
possibility of Iraq's recog-
nizing the existence of the
state of Israel, writes
"Orient Petrol", a journal
devoted to Middle East oil
problems.

The periodical notes
that, as a result of the cold
reception given the Iraqi
leader, Sadat Hussein, on
his visit to Moscow, the
Iraqi regime is seriously
considering cancelling its
agreement with Moscow.

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The Danish Foreign Min-
ister K. B. Anderson stated
that, at a meeting with An-
drei Gromyka, he was told
the Soviet Union would not
lend support to any proposal
aimed at excluding Israel
from the United Nations.
Anderson also said that,
according to Gromyko, the
Soviet Union will not inter-
fere in America's efforts to
find a solution to the Middle
East conflict.

In an article devoted to
Middle Eastern affairs,
Pravda, organ of the So-
viet Communist Party,
writes that it is the policy
of the USSR to guarantee
the existence of the state of
Israel.

Meanwhile, an Arab-
sponsored bank that plans
to open in New York shortly
will be required to give a
pledge of non-discrimina-
tion before it receives a
charter from the State
Banking Department, ac-
cording to Ernest Kohn, the
department's acting super-
intendent.

In a letter to the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress and at
a meeting with its repre-
sentatives, Kohn stated,
"the firm conviction of this
department is that discrimi-
natory practices or policies
not only would be inconsis-
tent with the anti-discrimi-
nation laws currently in ef-
fect . . . but are
incompatible with the pub-
lic service function of bank-
ing institutions in this
state."
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg,
AJCongress president,
wrote Kohn following re-

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NEW YORK (JTA) — Dr.
Walter Scheel, president of
the Federal Republic of
West Germany, declared
that some of the great Jew-
ish intellectuals, such as
Sigmund Freud, Albert Ein-
stein and Karl Marx, were
persons of great German
culture as well as being
Jews.

At the Leo Baeck Insti-
tute in New York, which is
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history of German Jews, Dr.
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pleased that Jews driven out
of Germany by the Nazis
had maintained the German
heritage that Hitler sought
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first edition of the complete
works of Heinrich Heine,
published in 1866.

The German leader re-
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second time a president of
West Germany had visited
the institute. His predeces-
sor, Theodor Heuss, came
to New YoKk in 1958.

The institute was named
after Rabbi Leo Baeck of
Berlin, the last leader of the
German Jewish community
before the Nazi era

The budget adopted will
be used for aliya work edu-
cation and culture in the
disapora; links with small
Jewish communities; and
Zionist activities. It ear-
marks $1.5 million for the
encouragement of various
volunteer programs under
which young people from
overseas spend time work-
ing in Israel.

ports that four American
banks were applying to the
State Banking Commission
for permission to establish a
new financial institution to
be known as the "United
Bank, Arab and French,
New York."

Jewish communities in
the U.S. could help Israeli
action against the Arab
boycott by supplying ad-
vance information on pres-
sures and other actions by
those who operate the
Arab boycott, Avraham
Agmon, the recently-ap-
pointed government ad-
visor on the flight against
the Arab boycott said last
week in Jerusalem.

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Speaking before- the Jew-
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tor general of the Finance
Ministry, said plans were
now being drawn up for le-
gal action in the U.S.
Meanwhile, the World
Zionist Organization Execu-
tive adopted a $39.5 million
budget for the current fiscal
year and pledged to inten-
sify efforts to combat the
Arab boycott.
The WZO agreed that the
anti-boycott activities on a
world-wide basis should be
coordinated between the
WZO, the World Jewish
Congress, other Jewish na-
tional and international or-
ganizations and the Israeli
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The WZO named a five-
member committee which
will meet this week to dis-
cuss the issue with WZO
Chairman Pinhas Sapir,
WJC president Dr. Nahum
Goldmann and Avraham
Agmon, who was recently
named the Israeli govern-
ment's special advisor on
anti-boycott activities.

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