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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-05

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Recognizes and Says To Its
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"Every Time You Touch A Hand You Also Warm A Heart"

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Ann Baruch
Nancy Baron
Roz Beare
Louise Bego
Jennie Benigsohn
Rabbi Chaim Bergstein
Libby Ben-Moche
Morris Berk
Kathie Berk
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U.S. Threatens
To Cut Funds

Geneva (JTA) — The United
States will cut its allocation
to the United Nations if a bid
to seat Palestine as a member
state is accepted.
Hiroshi Nakajima, director
general of the World Health
Organization, said Sunday he
had just conferred with the
American delegation about
the decision after meeting
with Palestine Liberation
Organization leader Yassir
The United States con-
tributes 25 percent of WHO's
annual budget. Nakajima
said he knows that if the PLO
is accepted as a full member,
the United States will cut its
contribution, thereby
necessitating cuts in major
activities of the U.N. body.
On Saturday, Arafat said
the PLO's bid to gain
membership in WHO will not
interfere with Israel's
membership in that body.
Arafat made it clear that he
had no intention of moving
against Israel as a member of
WHO or other U.N. organiza-
tions, wishing "Palestine to
participate with all members,
including Israel."
The PLO's bid for Palestine
to be seated as a member
state will be the first topic on
the agenda of the assembly's
opening session.
Nakajima has told the
Israeli ambassador to the
U.N. European headquarters,
Pinchas Eliav, that despite
Israeli objections over the
move, he has no power to op-
pose the bid, which U.S. of-
ficials believe will succeed.
Nakajima said he would try
to meet with Secretary of
State James Baker, and even
possibly with President Bush,
before gaveling the World
Health Assembly to order on
May 8. Nakajima said five
countries, including Israel
and the United States, had
made known their opposition
to the Palestine bid. However,
he would not identify the
other three countries.
He said, though, that reac-
tions to the upcoming move
were varied, ranging from
concern to preoccupation.

PLO, Israel
Invited To E.C.

Rome (JTA) — Thirty
members of the Italian Parlia-
ment have signed a proposal
to offer Israel and the
Palestine Liberation
Organization membership in
the European Community.
"We know the proposal is
not realistic, but we are put-

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