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January 14, 1977 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-14

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14 Fijilay, January 14, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

'Kissinger Urged a Strong Israel'

WEDDING
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respondent of the Israeli
newspaper, Maariv, on
Oct. 13, 1973, Abba Eban,
who was in America at
the time, mef with Henry
Kissinger.
Eban told him that in
spite of Israel's previous
position of agreeing to a
cease fire only if Syria
and Egypt would with-
draw to the pre-Yom Kip-
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ready to agree to a cease
fire in light of the fact
that she was not able to
drive the Egyptians back
across the Suez Canal.
Kissinger, however,
categorically opposed Is-
rael's approach, which he
felt would imply a conces-
sion of her own defeat. He
felt that Israel should
conduct negotiations
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Is Reported Up

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
record breakingenroll-
ment for 1977 of almoit
75,000 students in ORT
schools. in Israel and 20
other countries through-
out the world will be pro-
jected by Harold Fried-
man, national president,
in his report to the 55th
national conference of
the American ORT Fed-
eration to be held at the
Hotel Americana Jan.
21-23.
In announcing this
forecast, based on cur-
rent trends, especially in
Israel, Friedman will
warn the 600 delegates
expected at the conven-
tion that ORT's spiraling
financial needs keyed to
growth of ORT services in
practically all areas of
operation, compounded
by currency destabliza-
tions, will trigger a mas-
sive rise in the 1977
budget. ORT spent ap-
proximately $48 million
in 1976.
Admitting that he is
talking about possible de-
ficit. financing, Friedman
will report that "greater
needs and an unpredicta-
ble but ever-increasing in-
flation effecting every line
item in the ORT budget
will cause highly critical
problems.
"We must build up in-
come in $77 to cover in-
creased costs and the cer-
tainty that they will be
even greater in '78. I-can
see no predictable situa-
tion in the Jewish world
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less necessary . . ."

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Worries Young

WASHINGTON (ZINS)
— In a conversation with
the Washington corres-
pondent of the Israeli
newspaper, Maariv, An-
drew Young, the newly
appointed American Am-
bassador to the U.N., de-
clared that he was very
*worried over the rela-
tions between Israel and
South Africa.
Young, who is black,
stressed that black
Americans "will not jus-
tify such politics."

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