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January 23, 1976 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-23

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January 23, I7i

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U.S. Denies Meeting With PLO Leaders

AUDETTE Eventually!
WHY NOT NOW?

from the PLO, I can state
categorically and without
qualification that the re-
ports in this story about ei-
ther the existence or the
substance of a purported
dialogue between the U.S.
government and the PLO
are totally incorrect. As the
Story itself says, the U.S.
has never authorized anyone
to act formally or infor-
mally as an emissary on its
behalf to the PLO. We have
no contacts with the PLO."
The "us" mentioned in
the statement applied col-
lectively to American dip-
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lomatic offices including
both Washington and Bei-
SEE THE ALL NEW SEVILLE
rut.
In New York the chair-
STOP IN SOON.
man of the ChaSe Manhat-
tan Mortgage and Realty
Trust, Joshua Muss, has
explained that the Palestine
Liberation Organization
"has a valid enforceable
lease" in a Park Avenue
building in Manhattan
which was recently ex-
tended for four years by the
Trust's leasing agent.
Muss made his comment

in response to a letter from
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Trust.
The PLO opened an office
at the Park Avenue office in
BRAND NAMES
September 1970 and moved
Retailer
into a separate but con-
of the
nected building providing it
Tear
with more office space. The
office is used by the PLO's
two official observers to the
The time to buy is now! These prices are further reductions from
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The two buildings were
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ing agent renewed the
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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
A leading London daily's
front page report of secret
meetings recently between
American officials and Pal-
estine Liberation Organiza-
tion leaders brought a sharp
denial from the State De-
partment Monday.
The Financial Times said
that the purpose of the
meetings it reported to have
taken place appears to be to
draw the PLO into direct
discussions with the United
States. But the newspaper
added: "It seems inconceiva-
ble that the United States
would recognize the PLO
without parallel guarantees
that the PLO would recog-
nize Israel." The BBC car-
ried the report in its over-
seas service.
A State department
spokesman took the unusual
step of reading a prepared
statement. The statement
said:
"This story is incorrect.
While individuals come to
us from time to time pur-
porting to carry messages

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
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was ruled unfit for screen-
ing in Israel by the motion
picture and theater censor-
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The film depicts a sado-
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tion camp survivor and her
former Nazi tormentor.'
The censorship council
originally granted a permit
to "The Night Porter" but
withdrew it after angry pro-
tests from organizations of
Nazi concentration camp
survivors and the Hebrew
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