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Friday, July 11, 1980 27

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Carter Urged to Deny Saudi Arms Request

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In registering their op-
WASHINGTON (JTA) —
President Carter was urged position to the Saudis re-
Tuesday by more than two- quested improvements,
thirds of the members of the the Senators wrote the
Senate to turn down Saudi President, We feel the
Arabia's request for in- sale of additional mili-
creases in the range and of- tary equipment which
fensive capabilities of the 60 would increase the range
F-15 warplanes it has pur- or otherwise enhance the
chased for delivery starting capability of the F-15s
sold to Saudi Arabia
next month.
A letter signed by 68 Sen- would not be consistent
ators pointed to Defense with the above (Brown's)
Secretary Harold Brown's assurances and ur der-
assurances in writing to the takings given to the U.S.
Congress in 1978 when the Congress. We, therefore,
Saudi order for the intercep- urge you to reject any
tors was being approved de- such request by Saudi
spite strong protests that Is- Arabia for the sale of
rael would be menaced by additional weapons and
the aircraft that would equipment as reported in
upset the Arab-Israeli the press."
power balance.
The Saudis reportedly
At that time Brown
wrote: "Saudi Arabia has had asked by buy special
not requested nor do we in- fuel tanks, airborne radar
tend to sell any other sys- systems, aerial refueling
tems or armaments that equipment, extra bomb
could increase range or racks and missiles. These
enhance the ground attack improvements would ex-
tend the range of the F-15s
capability of the F-15."

Congress Issues Warning
on Copenhagen Conference

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Senate has called on the
Carter Administration to
press hard to obtain support
from other governments to
join in the United States ef-
fort to prevent the United
Nations Conference on
Women in Copenhagen,
Monday through July 30,
from becoming a forum for
anti-Israel sentiment.
Reflecting widespread
feeling among American
women who discussed the
subject at the State De-
partment in mid-June, the
Senate last week accepted a
resolution denouncing the
scheduling of debate on
Palestinian women as an
"unfortunate intrusion of
political issue into a confer-
ence devoted directly to
questions of health, educa-
tion and employment for
women throughout the
world."
"The U.S. delegation to
the conference should be in-
structed to oppose any reso-
lutions or amendments in-
troduced at the Copenhagen
Conference on-issues which
do not relate directly to the
goals of the conference, such
as the separate issue of
Palestinian women, and
should actively work with
other delegations to ensure
that they voice similar op-
position," the Senate de-
clared.
The Senate resolution
was authored by Sen.
Jacob K. -Javits (R-N.Y.),
ranking minority
member of the Senate
Foreign Relations Coin-

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enrolled.

to indicate that it has not
decided whether to send the
Saudi request to Congress
for approval. In light of the
Senators' letter, it appeared
that the request would at
least be postponed until
after the new Congress
meets in January.

from 450 to 1,000 miles,
thus putting the aircraft
within striking distance of
any part of Israel.
Senate sources said the
letter of protest originated
with a "Dear Colleague"
missive started by Sens.
Jacob Javits (R-N.Y.),
Frank Church (D-Idaho)
and Richard Stone (D-Fla.),
but quickly grew to 14
signers and then to 68
members before delivery to
the President.
Senate Minority Leader
Howard Baker (R-Tenn.),
who approved the sale to the
Saudis in 1976, was among
the 29 of 41 Republican
Senators who signed the let-
ter and spoke out against
the sale in the Senate.
Meanwhile, the Carter
Administration continued

mittee and co-sponsored
by 17 other Democratic
and Republican Sena-
tors.
Michigan's William S.
Broomfield (R-19th Dis-
trict), the ranking Republi-
can on the House Foreign
Affairs Committee, co-
sponsored with 19 others a
similar resolution in the
House.

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The Hon. Nlenachem Begin
Prime Minister Of Israel

The Hon. Yitzhak Berman
Speaker of the Knesset

The Hon. Yitzhak Shamir
Foreign Nlinister of Israel

Rabbi Shlotno Goren
Chief Rabbi of Israel
Rishon Le Zion Ovadia Yosef
Sephardic Chief Rabbi of Israel

Leon Dulzin
Chairman.
\\*odd Zionist Organization

1.'ri Zvi (;reenberg
Poet Laureate

CHAIRMEN:

Milton J. Petrie
Honorary Chairman

John L. Loeb. Jr.
Dinner Chairman

Eryk Spektor
General Chairman

1)r. Mordecai Hacohen
Chairman. Dinner Committee

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Howard M. Squadron, Esq.
Chairman, Conference of Presidents of
Nlajor American Jewish Organizations

Charlotte Jacobson
Chairman, World Zionist Organization—
American Section

Rabbi"Dr. Joseph P. Sternstein

President. American Zionist Federation

Jack J. Spitzer

President. Bnai RUM International

Rabbi Sol Roth
President, Rabbinical Council of America

Rabbi,Seymour J. Cohen
President, Rabbinical Assembly

Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler

President, l'nion of American Hebrew
Congregations

Bernice S. Tannenbaun
President. Hadassah—The Women!: Zionist
Organization of America

Rabbi William Berkowitz
President. Jewish National Fund of America

Keynote speaker:

Shirley Billet
President, Eintinali Women of America

Prime Minister
Menaehem Begin

Ivan .1. Novick

President. Zionist Organization of America

Nathan Perlmutter
National Director, Anti-Defamation League

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President. National Council of lining Israel

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Chairman. Columbia Pictures Industries

Sherry Lansing;
President. 20th Centtiry-h)N, Productions

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