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May 04, 1979 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Withholding Dues
Hit by Waldheim

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UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — UN Secretary
General Kurt Waldheim
has warned the U.S. Con-
gress of the consequences
that could result from its
withholding of part of the
United States contribution
to the United Nations.
"If one country did it,
what was to stop others
from following?," he said in
a speech at the University of
South Carolina. "It's obvi-
ous. The only result would
be financial chaos, as it
would be in this or any other
country if its citizens were
to insist on paying taxes
only for programs they
liked."
Congress last year put re-
strictions on the use of U.S.
funds to pay for programs of
the UN which promote the
Palestinian cause. Wal-
dheim said that if these re-
strictions were allowed to
continue, "it would destroy
the principle of collective fi-
nancial responsibility and
with it the economic and
political viability of the
entire UN system."
Most of the speech con-
cerned a denial that the UN
was wasteful in spending its
funds.


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Sadat Declines
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Ben-Gurion U.

TEL AVIV (JTA) =-
President Anwar Sadat of
Egypt has declined-an offer
by the Ben-Gurion Univer-
sity of the Negev in
Beersheba to award him an ,
honorary doctorate when he
visits the university May 26
to address the faculty and
students.
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Sadat agreed to ad-
dress the faculty and stu-
dents during a telephone
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results of Egypt's na-
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prove the Israeli-
Egyptian peace agree-
ment.
The two leaders also
agreed that Begin will fly in
Sadat's plane from El Arish
to Beersheba via Ben-
Gurion Airport, thus offi-
cially opening the air route
between Egypt and Israel.

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The judges said "Holocaust"
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The Jewish Theological
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