100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

January 09, 1976 - Image 16

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-09

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 Jonuair9, 1976

Kissinger Retracts U.S. Promise of UN Veto

k*X.,NWOMKW

40: 1044‘

SWEATERS

MEN'S 100% WOOL
LEr,URE SUITS

ss
$110

.

TURTLENECKS • CARDIGANS
PULLOVERS

Regular $

30

EL E L15

sw

FOR

Regular S

Vie Jaw these
WE SELL FOR
advertised
for

25

1 50

swEti!

FOR

MEN'S 100% CASHMERE
SPORT COATS

MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS

Our nearest
Competitor

Can't advertise brand but
leading magazines
advertise
WE SELL
them at

r

$1750 ea. 3 fo r d

WE SELL FOR

*240 1

NORTHWESTERN HWY

MICHIGAN
INN

LIBERAL EXCHANGE POLICY

NORTH
LAND

...,

NORTH PARR PLACA

NORTHLAND
THEATRE



•*‘'

£







• kl

(Continued from Page 1)
lution broadly sympathetic
to the Palestinian cause — a
resolution which would
drive a wedge between Jeru-
salem and Washington.
gone are the days when
the Arabs could be counted
on to prejudice, with born-
bast and extremist rhetoric,
their own best interests.
Now under Soviet coaxing,
the Arabs — even the Syri-
ans — might well soften
their hardline demands, and
propose a moderate formu-
lation on the Palestinian
question which Washington
would be hard put to veto.
They might well make use
of formulations actually
used by the U.S. itself in the
past, such as the "interests
of the Palestinian people"
referred to in the Nixon-
Brezhnev joint communique
of June 1973 and repeated at
the Vladivostok summit be-
tween Brezhnev and Presi-
dent Ford last year.
A resolution in this vein
would mean, Israeli poli-
cymakers say, a call to

Now there's a ground coffee
that tastes great without caffein.
So enjoy.

-



kk. '

, •



•...

DECAFFEINATED COFFEE

FROM GENERAL F(

Go ahead and enjoy. rich ground Brim® decaffeinated coffee.
Ground Brim s is 97% caffein free. So you don't have to worry
and ration your coffee. And when it comes to ta'am—Brim ® is
so deliciously rich. Let your cup runneth over—over and over!

FREEZE-DRIED, OR ELECTRIC PERK

So rich you fill your cup
with flavor, not caffein

was

Wiesenthal
Plans to Retire

Ground roast
Brirn®decaffeinated coffee
is rich in Colombian beans.

REGULAR OR DRIP GRIND,

The most Washington original participants —
prepared to accept — those who attended when it
and this was stated in the convened briefly in Decem-
September "Memoranda of ber 1973.
Rabin's call for a resump-
Understanding" .between
Jerusalem and Washington tion of the Geneva Peace
— was that it would not talk tion was echoed in
with PLO unless the PLO Cairo Monday by Egyptian
recognized Israel and ac- Foreign Minister Ismail
cepted Resolutions 242 and Fahmy, but Fahmy de-
338. The formulation was manded the participation of
chosen advisedly, and Kis- the PLO.
Falimy said Egypt was
singer was not prepared to
commit his government to - ready to reconcile her dif-
anything more. The Ameri- ferences with Syria over
can rationale is that, while Syria's delays in an interim
opposing a third state and settlement with Israel, and
preferring a "Jordanian so- added that an Israeli boy-
tution," Washington sees cott of the Security Council
the chance of such solution debate Might be "the begin-
inexorably dimming.
ning of Israel's exit from the
If the PLO were to recog- United Nations."
Fahmy said Egypt would
nize Israel and accept Reso-
lutions 242 and 338 then the try to avoid asking the Secu-
American argument runs, rity Council during this de-
Israel would have to take bate to change Resolutions
the chance that political re- 242 and 338 to include the
sponsibility would moderate PLO because there was the
the terrorist movement and risk that such a request
result in practice in its would lead to no Council
abandoming the ultimate action at all.
aim of destroying Israel.
Earlier, Israel Justice
For Israel, say top policy- Minister Haim Zadok,
makers, this is wholly unac- who returned from an ex-
ceptable. A third state is tended visit to the U.S., re-
seen as a challenge to the ported that there were no
very existence of the Jewish basic differences between
Washington and Jerusa-
' state.
In Jerusalem Sunday, lem on the Palestinian
Rabin said that the Arabs question.
He told reporters that Is-
were seeking an imposed
solution of the Middle East raelis exaggerated the possi-
Conflict through the United bility of a shift in American
Nations Security Council policy toward the Palestine
and were utilizing the Pales- Liberation Organization. He
tinian issue to gain long said his meeting with U.S.
range political advantage. Undersecretary of State Jo-
R a bin warned that this may seph- Sisco made it clear
lead to a stalemate in the that the U.S. understood
area "or even a more serious Israel's determination not
situation sooner than most to have any dealings with
the PLO and its reasons for
people think."
In his Paris magazine refusing to take part in the
interview, Rabin called for Security Council debate.
But in New York, the
a- return to Geneva be-
cause of the stalemate in president of the Workmen's
further negotiations with Circle warned that any
Syria on the Golan American foreign policy
shifts favorable to the Pa-
Heights.
leader lestine Liberation Organiza-
Israeli
The
stressed that Israel would tion "may have dire conse-
go to Geneva only if the con- quences that may recall the
ference is limited to the volcanic days of the infa-
* * *
mous Munich pact."
his year-end report to
Venezuela Rejects the In national
* * *
executive com-
mittee of the Workmen's
A PLO Bureau
Allon Proposes
NEW YORK (JTA) Circle, Harold Ostroff de-
a re- dared that "unless America
West Bank Talks
Venezuela has refused .
quest by the Palestine Lib-
stands
fast can
against
appease-
quest
ment,
19'76
be as
fateful
to Negate PLO
eration Organization to for world Jewry and the
open an office in Caracas, world as was 1939" when
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
to the Anti-Defa-
The Foreign Ministry re- according
mation League
of Bnai the Munich pact was signed.
fused to comment on a re-
port last week that Foreign
The ADL said that the
Minister Yigal Allon has
proposed that Israel conduct Venezuelan Ministry of For-
eign Relations stated that
"informal" negotiations
the refusal was based upon
with Jordan for an interim
VIENNA — Nazi hunter
agreement at which West Venezuela's policy of main- Simon Wiesenthal said this
Bank Arab leaders would be taining relations only with week he will end his search
part of the Jordanian dele- nation's and international for' hidden war criminals in
organizations.
gation.
The PLO request was the next year or so, devoting
According to the newspa-
much of-his time to cases of
per Ma'ariv, Allon's sugges- made Nov. 7 during a visit. alleged Nazi criminals now
to
Caracas
by
a
PLO
dele-
tion was the first by a rank-
in the U.S.
ing member of the gation. The PLO pub- living
"I am 67 years old. The
government that included lished an advertisement in men
who were in responsi-
West bank leaders in nego- Caracas newspapers on ble positions
the Nazi era
tiations with Jordan, an Dec. 18 as a means of pres- are now 75 in
old or
apparent attempt to neu- suring the Venezuelan older, only years
the relative
government.
tralize the PLO.
The advertisement ex- smallfry are around 50," he
Allon said two weeks ago
that when the time comes to pressed the PLO's sadness said.
•Wiesenthal claims to have
negotiate with Jordan, "We that the government had not tracked
down about 900
shall want to consult both yet responded to the request Nazi criminals through
the Jordanians and the for the establishment of an careful combing of Nazi
West Bankers on the way to official permanent PLO de- files and concentration
include West Bank repre- legation in Caracas,, the,
.
,:s I.r c camp records :.';
_
ADL reported.
_ .sentatives in.the

reconvene Geneva with the
PLO participating. After
all, if the Palestinians are
a people and have legiti-
mate interests, then they
have the right to attend
the peace conference. And
their representatives —
recognized' worldwide —
are the PLO.
Egypt is already thought
to be canvassing a resolu-
tion in this vein. The Soviets
would very probably sup-
port it, and Syria in the end
might come around to it too.
Then everything would de-
pend on Washington. Israel
could not accept such a reso-
lution, top policymakers
here explain, and would not
participate at the Geneva
Conference if the PLO were
invited.
In effect what Israel is
asking of Washington is
that it protect a position
(Israel's) which it itself does
not support, and that it veto
proposals (on the Palesti-
nian issue) which it might
otherwise be inclined to ac-
cept. For Israel's official
stand on the Palestinian-
PLO issue, even following
the seeming shift this week
with Rabin's "Nouvel Obser-
vatuer" interview in Paris is
a very far cry indeed from
the U.S position.
Rabin insisted that the
PLO would have to specifi-
cally abrogate its "Palestine
Covenant" — a secular,
democratic state — before it
could be said to have mean-
ingfully changed its idology.
The interview was cer-
tainly a tactical shift, fol-
lowing intense pressure at
home and from Washing-
ton. For the first time, the
premier considered the
prospect of the PLO
changing its ideology. He
was not flatly and totally
negative, as he had been in
a recent Newsweek inter-
view which was widely
criticized as needlessly in-
transigent. But the U.S.
has never supported the
demand that PLO abro-
gate the covenant.

K
Certified
Kosher

GINERAL MODS

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan