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June 25, 1976 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

14 June 25, 1976

Kissinger Thanked the PLO for Its Assistance in Lebanon

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The State Department Con-
firmed Tuesday that a mes-
sage of thanks was sent by

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the U.S. through "third par-
ties," to the "Palestinian
leadership" in Lebanon for
its role in the evacuation of
American Ambassador,
Francis B. Meloy and the ec-
onomic counsellor Robert 0.
Waring, who were mur-
dered in Beirut last week.
The department issued a
brief statement today in
response to a report by the
Palestinian news agency
WAFA that Farouk Khad-
doumi had received a mes-
sage of thanks from Secre-
tary of State Henry A.
Kissinger. Khaddoumi is
the "foreign minister" of the
Palestinine Liberation Or-
ganization.
The State Department's
statement said, "There has
been no written communi-

cation to the PLO. However,
on instructions of the Secre-
tary, the American embassy
in Beirut has conveyed or-
ally, through third parties,
to the Palestinian leader-
ship, his appreciation for
the assistance provided dur-
ing the movement of the
remains of Ambassador
Meloy and Mr. Waring and
the evacuation of West Bei-
rut."
The French newspaper
France-Soir reported claims
this week that the PLO en-
gineered the envoys' mur-
ders to "punish the U.S." for
"backing" Syrian interven-
tion in Lebanon.

According to Washing-
ton sources, the message
was the first communica-
tion by the U.S. govern-

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ment to the PLO, directly
or indirectly. American
policy has been to avoid
any official contact with
the PLO and according to
the State Department that
policy remains unchanged.

Meanwhile, Kissinger
who is presently visiting
West Germany, summoned
the U.S. ambassadors to
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jor-
dan and Syria there for a
meeting on the situation in
Lebanon.
Israeli Premier Yitzhak
Rabin and Foreign Minister
Yigal Allon sent cables of
condolence to President
Ford after the murder of the
two envoys. --
Israeli sources also dis-

An eminent American
polymer chemist, and a dis-
tinguished Talmudic
scholar have been chosen as
the 1976 recipients of the
Harvey Prize.
The winner of the Harvey
Prize in science and technol-
ogy is Prof. Herman F.
Mark, dean emeritus of the
Polytechnic Institute of
Brooklyn.
The Harvey Prize recipi-
ent in literature of profound
insight into the life of the
peoples of the Middle East is
Prof. Saul Lieberman, rec-
tor of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary in New York
City.

TEL AVIV (JTA) .— The
last-minute cancellation of
the American pavilion at the
International Fair on Mod-
ern Living which opened
Tuesday at the Tel Aviv fair
grounds has raised some
eyebrows here.
It will be the first time
the United States has not
participated in an interna-
tional exposition in Israel.
_Notice of the cancellation
was received last week and
the reasons given were tech-
nical. But Elisha Almagor,
director general of the fair
grounds, said this explana-
tion did not seem reasona-
ble.

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In Paris, President
Hafez Assad of Syria con-
cluded a three-day visit
with French President
Valery Giscard d'Estaing,
just prior to Kissinger's
visit to the French capital.
Assad said that he would
continue Syria's interven-
tion in the Lebanese con-
flict as a matter of "na-
tional duty," amid reports
that some Syrian officers
have opposed the interven-
tion and that the Syrian-
backed Al Saiqua terror-
ists in Lebanon have vir-

Technion's Harvey Prizes
Presented to Two in Israel

Israel Trade Fair
Loses U.S. Display

How you're going to say .

closed that Rabin is heading
a 10-member Cabinet sur-
veillance team that is
watching the events in Le-
banon.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The International Council of
Jews and Christians met in
Jerusalem, for the first
time in the Israeli capital.

Prof. Mark played a vi-
tal role in transferrring in-
formation from the labora-
tory to industry, where it
was translated into useful
manufactured products.
He was one of the first to
apply X-ray techniques to
polymeric materials and
biological fibers, and to
describe the relationship
between structure and
properties.

Prof. Lieberman is being
awarded the prize "in recog-
nition of his investigations
into the civilizations of the
peoples of the Middle East
in the Hellenistic and Ro-
man periods and of his great
and profound commentaries
of the sources of Talmudic
literature."
Each prize bears a cash
award of $35,000 and were
awarded at special ceremo-
nies Wednesday by Israel
Pre-§ident Ephraim Katzir.

tually disintegrated.

Kissinger, during his
Paris visit, said he favored
French troops as a peace-
keeping force in Lebanon "if
all factions want this." That
proposal was unanimously
rejected by all sides earlier
this month.

* * *

Lebanon Refugees
Trickle into Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
There are about 100 Le-
banese refugees presently in
Israel — many of them
women and children — who
have crossed the border
seeking medical help or sim-
ply a haven from the bloody
warfare going on in their
own country.
Some of them are stayin
with Maronite Christian lk –
families in Jish, the largest
Maronite village in Israel.
Others are in various hospi-
tals and clinics.
They come to Israel for
medical treatment because
hospital facilities have bro-
ken down in the nearest
Lebanese towns — Sidon
and Marj Ayoun.

The ambulance which
served as a make-shift
field hospital has been re-
placed by a tent to handle
more than 30 new arrivals
each day.

West Bank leaders who
want to aid the refugees
have been told by Red Cross
officials to send cash rather
than foodstuffs and medical
supplies.
They said the Red Cross
organization lacked the fa-
cilities to move truckloads
of supplies to Lebanon
across the Rosh Hanikra
checkpoint on the Israeli-
Lebanese border.

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