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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-07

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Military Balance 'Barometer of Intentions'

(Continued from Page 1)
or four years the American regional basis," he said.
indicator of American
military position had de- "The United States should
steadfastness" after the dif-
dined, notably in naval take a long term view rather
ficulties of the U.S. in
strength, the former Har- than a short term based on
Southeast Asia and Africa,
yard professor said "it is diplomatic views."
AIPAC concluded its
Schlesinger said.
essential" that both the
Now a visiting scholar at Middle East and the world seventh annual policy con-
Johns Hopkins University,
military balances be in ference Tuesday with ap-
discussed "appropriate equilibrium" peals to the Ford Adminis-
Schlesinger
American military power because without that "ul- tration to provide strong
and its relationship to Israel timately" there will be no and explicit public support
in an address before the
survival for Israel and the for Israel as an indepen-
American-Israel Public Af- Middle East will be subject dent Jewish state.
Advertising executive
fairs Committee at the Ho- to "Soviet fiat."
tel Shoreham.
He cautioned that if the Wilfred B. (Brod) Doner
Saying that "we recog- U.S. will be in a weakened represented the Detroit
nize" that in the past three
position militarily "it will be Jewish community at the
unable to hold the rings in AIPAC meeting.
SHOP
A policy statement by the
the Middle East."
Continuing his defense committee urged "the Ad-
of Israel, Schlesinger said ministration to provide dip-
"If the United States is to lomatic support to Israel
—OF NORTHLAND
be the gurantor of free- and sufficient military and
dom, it must be prepared economic assistance to ena-
to support democracies. If ble her to deter aggression
NOW For
we are not prepared to and move toward peace."
MOTHER'S DAY support democracies we Addressing some 1,000
must ask who will we sup- persons attending the AI-
(Sunday—MAY 9th)
PAC conference, Sen. Hu-
port?"
In response to a question bert H. Humphrey (D-
from the floor as to who is Minn.) urged President
responsible for the delay of Ford and Secretary of
U.S. military equipment to State Henry A. Kissinger
Israel in the 1973 Yom Kip- "to act more prudently in
pur War, Schlesinger said the execution of American
that at 1 a.m. on Oct. 13 the policy toward Israel." He
decision was taken for the charged that the Ford Ad-
ministration has taken
U.S. airlift to go to Israel.
But now, he said, "We steps which in effect are
have the latest authorized eroding the historical
leaks" in the article by Ed- bonds between the U.S.
"Famous Name"
ward R. F. Sheehan on Sec- and Israel.
In his first major address
retary of State Henry
A. Kissinger's diplomacy since announcing that he
which Schlesinger observed will not seek the Democratic
In Newest Spring
was
"a clever strategem to Party nomination for Presi-
& Summer Styles
neutralize Israel's support- dent, Humphrey asserted
ers in the United States." that "whoever will be Presi-
• Butte Knit
Noting that Sheehan's ver- dent next year should as-
sion is in conflict with his sure all nations that we are
• Leslie Fay
knowledge, Schlesinger ready to have -constructive
added, "I must allow others and positive relations with
•R & K
them but we will not do so if
to sort out the conflict."
Asked whether the U.S. the price is ending our spe-
• Others
should be a "major" • arms cial relationship with Is-
supplier to Egypt and Saudi rael."
GREAT NEW SELECTION
The Senator said he op-
Arabia, he said that "some
29 99 to 89 99
modicum of related arms is posed "a full fledged mili-
appropriate" for Egypt. He tary commitment to Egypt"
— Complete Size Ranges —
pointed out that "modicum" because "that can only in-
was distinct from being a crease the risk of war and
pose a threat to peace." Is-
major supplier.
He also said that others rael, he added, must remain
can supply Saudi Arabia "economically viable and
along with the United militarily strong" because
no 'Arab nation has recog-
States.",
"All arms to the Middle nized Israel, abandoned the
East should be carefully boycott and diplomatic
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JWB Lists Book Award Winners

NEW YORK — Winners
of the 1976 National Jewish
Book Awards have been an-
nounced by Mrs. Charles
Schwartz, president of the
Jewish Welfare Board's
Jewish Book Council. The
National Jewish Book
Awards will be presented
May 23, at New York's Park
Avenue Synagogue.
Each award carries a cash
prize of $500 and a citation.
The winners include:
• Dr. Raphael Patai and
Jennifer Patai Wing, Jewish
history category, for their
work, "The Myth of the Jew-
ish Race."
• Johanna Kaplan, Jew-
ish fiction, for her collection
of short stories, "Other Peo-
ple's Lives."
• Leyzer Ran, Holocaust
book, for "Yerushalayim de
Lite" ("Jerusalem of Lithu-
ania").
• M. Husid, author of "A
Shotn Trogt Main Kroin"
("A Shadow Bears My

cepted Israel's invitation to
come forward and negotiate
directly."
Humphrey said he does
not believe the Ford Admin-
istration "deliberately seeks
to call into question the
basic American commit-
ment to Israel at the most
difficult time in its history,"
but that "through inatten-
tion, inadvertence and in-
sensitivity, this Administra-
tion has taken steps which
have the effect of eroding
the historical bonds of trust
and confidence between the
United States and Israel."
Reviewing the Adminis-
tration's record "which
causes me such great con-
cern," Humphrey noted
that the "resupply efforts"
to Israel during the Yom
Kippur War came "only
after incredible pressure
was exerted by members of
Congress on the Adminis-
tration, using all of their
muscle with President
Nixon and Secretary Kis-
singer."
Other acts cited by the
Senator included the reas-
sessment of U.S. policy
prior to Israel's signing of
the second interim Sinai
Agreement with Egypt last
September, the "too many
occasions" at the UN when
the U.S. remained quiet
while nations tried to humi-
liate Israel, and the counte-
nance by the Administra-
tion of "an unjust and
odious boycott of Israel by
powerful corporations and
Arab nations."

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