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November 07, 1969 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-07

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Does Soviet Govt. Want Peace?

U.S. Maligned by Moscow, Says State Dept.'

WASHINGTON (JTA)—A State more propitious time. Lord Cara-
Department spokesman accused don, British ambassador to the
the Soviet Union of making "totally United Nations, said last weekend
false" charges that maligned the that he expected the Big Four
American role in the Mid East, talks to resume "certainly within
questioned "whether the a week or two." They have been
and
Soviet government wants a neace- recessed since last summer.
ful settlement of the Arab-Israel
Joseph J. Sisco, assiStant
dispute." The statement was is-
secretary of State for Near East-
sued following a meeting between
ern affairs, and Dobrynin were
Soviet Ambassador Anatoly F.
to resume their bilateral consul.
Dobrynin and Secretary of State
tations Wednesday. American
William P. Rogers.
diplomats hope that when the
State Department spok in a n
Big Four get together again,
Robert McClosky said that the
they will make an effort to give
U.S. would like to resume Big
UN Mid East envoy Gunnar V.
Four talks but only when it was
Jarring a new mandate to bring
"possible and sensible" to do so :
to the Arabs and Israel.
the time is not yet ripe. he indi-
Diplomatic quarters in Jerusa-
cated. He said that none of the lem said they had no information
four were "delaying simply to de- that Dr. Jarring intended to re-
lay" but were rather awaiting a sume his mission in the area,
riding the circuit of the Mid East
capitals. The diplomat is presently
Re-Evaluation of Mark
at his regular post as Sweden's
Benefits Israel's Reserves ambassador
to Moscow.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The up-
The Jerusalem sources said that
ward re-evaluation of the West
in their last meeting, Dr. Jarring
German mark to 27.32 American told Foreign Minister Abba Eban
cents caused Israel's foreign ex- that he does not believe he can
change market to shut down Sun- contribute anything to peace while
day since the new value of the the Big Powers are meeting in an
mark was not to be posted in attempt to reach an agreement
European markets until Monday.
among themselvs. The sources
The bank of Israel reported that
the re-evaluation has added several
tens of millions of dollars to Is-
rael's foreign exchange reserves,
much of which is held in marks.
The German commercial attache,
Eduard Dickman, said that West
Germany has not asked for any
goods to be exempted from the
tariff reduction on industrial im-
ports which the European Econo-
mic Market is about to negotiate
with Israel. The EEC is expected
to reduce duties on imports from
Israel by 45 per cent over a peri-
od of three years.

LOT G

NORTHLAND

Friday, November 7, 1969-3

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Fisher Gets Federal Post

President Nixon on We nesday created National Center for Volun-
said that Dr. Jarring interprets
the Security Council's Nov. 22, named Max M. Fisher of Detroit tary Action. The center will he
1967 resolution as a mandate for to the chairmanship of the newly I non-profit and non-partisan.

him to bring the two sides to an —
agreement but not as a writ for
a settlement to be imposed from
the outside.
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