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October 07, 1977 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pressure on Sen. Stone to OK Canal Pact Denied

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Sen. Richard Stone (D-Fla.)
continues to stand aloof
from a report in the Miami _
Herald that the White House
has hinted at- pressure by
Jewish leaders to move him
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Canal treaties.
An aide to the senator
denied, however, the sug-
gestion of such activity by
the Carter Administration
and a White House spokes-
man similarly said the
reported action was untrue.
The Miami Herald on
Sept. 12 reported that "if
the Florida Senator plans to
be an effective representa-
tive of the Jewish commu-
--nity in the Carter Adminis-
tration, he will be expected
to vote for ratification of the
new canal treaty. A not so
subtle , implication already
being picked up by Jewish
leaders is that Stone cannot
be taken seriously by the
White House if he continues
to align himself with the

Strom Thurmonds of the
Senate, a group Stone has
seemed comfortable with on
a majority of foreign policy
issues...The White House is
hoping a few whispers in
Stone's ear from American
Jewish leaders will make
his decision easier."

Since then, letters from
Florida arriving at Stone's
office here have indicated
widespread disturbance by
the alleged anti-Semitic
overtones of the reported
tactic to discredit him and-
concern over the attempt to
link him as representing
Jewish issues rather than
the state of Florida. Some of
the letters also urged him
not to capitulate to such

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views.
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the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions subcommittee on the
Middle East, has said he
has an open mind on the
canal issue' although in the
past he has opposed giving
up U.S. sovereignty in per-
petuity over the waterway.

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