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January 10, 1975 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-10

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Bonn to Keep Balanced Policy in Relations With M.E. States

BONN (JTA) — The West
German government is to
continue to pursue its policy
of "balanced relations to all
Middle East states."
Government spokesman Ar-
min Gruenwald said here
that Bonn did not feel recent
criticism by Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger that
Europe was not cooperating
sufficiently in Middle East
detente efforts applied to
West Germany. However,
Bonn would not join in the
public discussion on possible
dangers of a new Middle
East war, he added.
The chief foreign office
spokesman, Ruediger v on
Pachelbel, said he denied Is-
raeli reports that Bonn had
signified approval for possi-
ble U.S. arms supplies to
Israel from bases in West
Germany in case of war.
This was underscored when
West German Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt said in an
interview published in the
news weekly, "Der Spiegel,"
that he would resist any
American pressure to use
U.S. bases in West Germany
to supply Israel with arms

Israeli Pound Down

ZURICH (ZINS) — Since
the official devaluation of the
Israel pound, there has been
a further 3 percent decline
in its value as compared
with other European curren-
cies. This is the result of a
drop in the value of the U.S.
dollar to which the Israeli
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in the event of a new Mid-
east war.
Asked by the magazine
how strong this pressure is,
SchmidLsaid, "I know of no
such pressure, and we would

Milwaukee Synagogues Defaced

MILWAUKEE ( JTA ) —
Three synagogues were de-
faced recently here with Nazi
swastikas and slogans. The
building housing the Jewish
Board of Education and Hil-
lel, and a delicatessen also
had Nazi messages scrawled
on the outside of the struc-
tures in magic markers and
crayons.
The defacements followed
a meeting of the local Nazi
party, a branch of the Na-
tional Socialist White People's
Party. The three synagogues
defaced were Temple Men-
orah, Temple Agudas Achim
and Cong. Beth Jehudah.
Several weeks ago an in-
junction was issued to pre-
vent the group from distrib-
uting literature within 200
feet of any school entrance
or exit and requiring that the
police be informed of any
intentions by the group to
distribute literature. War-
rants charging two party
members with disorderly
conduct were also issued fol-
lowing a scuffle in which
several people sustained
miner injuries.
The Milwaukee Jewish
Council and the Wisconsin
board of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith said
they are undertaking a num-
ber of programs and activi-
ties to try to defuse the situ-
ation and limit the actions of

Kissinger Report
on Israel Denied

WASHINGTON (JTA) — A
report that Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger believes
Israel should give up East
Jerusalem and the lands it
CALL AFTER 6 P.M.
occupied in the Six-Day War
was disclaimed at the State
Department. • -a
According to the report, a
Massachusetts member of
Congress informed a meet-
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including
had told him Israel's return
to its 1948 lines was neces-
sary for a Middle East peace
settlement.
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A similar report, attributed
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to U.S. official sources, but
InvitationS and Party
not to Kissinger, circulated
Accessories for rill occasions.
in Washington a month ago.
State Department spokes-
MARCIA MASSERMAN man Robert Anderson de-
clared that he did not know
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of the "rumors" regarding
the congressman's report and
said that there is "no U.S.
plan for a settlement of the
Middle East problem."
Meanwhile, Israel has "en_
ergetically queried" Kissin-
ger about last week's revela-
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tions by syndicated column-
ist Jack Anderson if the Sec-
retary's recent Mideast brief-
ing to congressmen.
Kissenger reportedly criti-
cized Israel for its stubborn-
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Golan Heights, and thereby
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toward Mideast peace.
Kissinger, meanwhile, told
Israel diplomats he was
quoted out of context. Fur-
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also not accept it." Differ-
ences over the issue arose
during the Yom Kippur War
when Willy Brandt was chan-
cellor.
Referring to the planned

the Nazis, including meetings
with Mayor Henry Maier,
police officials and calls for
strict enforcement of the law
"against any unlawful activi-
ties by the Nazis or their fol-
lowers."
The two Jewish defense or-
ganizations opposed creation
of vigilante groups affi-
ances with radical left youth
groups to combat the Nazis.
They noted that the right
by Nazis to distribute hate
literature on the streets "is
clearly protected by the First
Amendment" provided that
the distribution of such lit-
erature does not constitute a
"clear and imminent dan-
ger" of violence.

European-Arab dialogue, von
Pachelbel said that a deci-
sion on whether the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization
should attend would be left
to the EEC Ministerial Coun-
cil. The purpose of the dia-
logue, he noted, was not to
find solutions to the Middle
East problem but to plan
economic, scientific, techno-
logical and cultural coopera-
tion between Europe and the
Arabs.
Apparently West Germany
is against the participation
of the PLO in the EEC dia-
logue. The Bonn government
and other EEC nations 'are
in sharp disagreement with
France over the status of the
PLO.
According to German
sources, the French respond-
ed positively to a request
from the Arab League last
fall to include the PLO as
an observer, while the other
European nations opposed the
idea.

18—Friday, January 10, 1975 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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