Lunch 11 'a.m.
Dinner 4 p.m.-1 a.m.
TUES. THRU SAT.
Not To Contest
Washington (JTA) — The
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee decided last week
not to contest the President's
plans to transfer five AWACS
radar planes to Saudi Arabia.
In the absence of any inclina-
tion in Congress to pursue
legislation blocking the delivery,
the main pro-Israel lobby here
settled for an appeal to the
legislature to ensure that all con-
ditions agreed on with the
Saudis are met.
Those conditions include the
securing of AWACS
technology, the assurance that
the aircraft will not be used for
purposes hostile to Israel, and
Saudi cooperation in seeking
Middle East peace.
An initial move in Congiess to
block the transfer was dropped
following the unsuccessful Con-
gressional effort to prevent a
proposed missile sale to the
Saudis last month. Although
AIPAC had decided not to ac-
tively oppose that sale, there
was strong enough Congres-
sional opposition to block it in
a vote that was later overturn-
ed when the legislature failed to
override the President's veto.
Blocking delivery of the
AWACS planes would require
specific legislation both preven-
ting the transfer and ap-
propriating over $3 billion to
cover the amount already
deposited by the Saudis for pro-
duction of the aircraft.
The AIPAC decision came
after President Reagan notified
Congress that conditions have
been met for the transfer, the
first of which is now scheduled
for delivery on June 30.
Washington — In testimony be-
fore the House subcommittee on
trade, the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations said last
week it "continues to support"
most-favored-nation status for
Romania under the waiver pro-
vision of the Jackson-Vanik
Mr. Moses, Vice President of
the American Jewish Committee,
told the House subcommittee that
"progress has been made since our
meeting with President Ceausecu
in 1980. Emigration procedures
have been simplified, the waiting
period for persons seeking
passports to emigrate has been
reduced and the backlog of appli-
cants seeking passports to emi-
grate to Israel has decreased it.
"As a result, over the last six
years roughly 25 percent of the
Romanian Jewish community has
left for Israel," he said.
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