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Wednesday, June 28, 1978
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Carter to send 14
advisers to China
ASHINGTON (AP) - President Soviet Union, with whom U.S. relations
er is sending his highest-ranking have become strained in recent weeks.
tific and technological advisers to owell pointed out that the United
i nextmnthntoeplo reaposdie States hasnumerous agreements with
a next month to explore possible the Soviets to share scientific
anges of civilian technology, it was knowledge and technology.
unced yesterday. "We, perhaps most importantly,
hite House spokesman Jody Powell believe that a strong and secure China
the 14-member delegation was is in our interest, a China that is self-
g sent July 6-10 not as a "political sufficient in agriculture, a China that
al" to the Soviet Union but in hopes pursues an independent foreign policy,
pening new markets for U.S. and a China that can contribute to
ness and strengthening Chinese world energy and natural resource
culture and energy development. supply," the press secretary said.
RE DELEGATION is to be headed Powell said part of the purpose of the
'rank Press, Carter's chief science mission would be to gather information
ser, and will include the heads of about the Chinese scientific com-
pace agency, the National Science munity. "We just don't know much
ndation, the National Institutes of about it," he added.
lth and the U.S. Geological Survey, Powell said the group would be the
ell as the top research or science highest level scientific and technical
cers of the departments of group ever sent to China by the gover-
culture, Commerce and Energy. nment,
Dwell said the visit was first
ussed with Chinese officials by Dr.
gniew Brezezinsky, Carter's
onal security adviser, during his Russians
to Peking at the end of May.
Dwell said the vist is part of an ex-
sion of relations with the Chinese accuse U ."S
"s confined to civilian
nology."
E ADDED THAT it is in the in-
st of the United States to see
t China is self-sufficient in
culture and that it develops its Civi lsland er
urces so as to contribute to world
rgy supplies. Powell said the White
se also is interested in "getting in- MOSCOW (AP)-Soviet officials
'ed on the ground floor, as it were, in yesterday ordered two American
xpanding market in the area." reporters to appear in court on slander
e denied that the trip is aimed at charges and temporarily freed a U.S.
ing off the Chinese against the businessman accused of dealing in
black market currency.
They are two separate cases, with the
businessman freed in exchange for the
release to Soviet authorities in America
of two Russians charged with spying in
0p o0s aljs the United States.
psCOURT SUMMONS were hand-
delivered to Craig Whitney, 34, of The
Israel would be negotiated at the New York times and Harold Piper, 39,
of five years. of The Baltimore Sun in their Moscow
overnment sources said Sadat had offices. They were ordered to appear in
erred to the proposal at least five court today but were nottold why.
es in the last six weeks. "This An official of the Soviet Forleign
etition is creating the impression Ministry said they were accused of
t this idea is in the market," said one "civil slander." The reporters said they
rce. "We wanted to make it clear to believed the charges were related to
our partners, or potential partners, dispatches they wrote from Tbilisi, the
at we think of it." capital of Soviet Georgia, disputing the
egin scoffed at the Sadat proposals authenticity of a nationally televised
a speech Monday night. He said "confession" last month of a Georgian
ael was being asked to withdraw dissident.
ally before negotiations began. The U.S. businessman, Francis
iank you very much," he said with Crawford, Moscow service manager for
vy sarcasm. He repeated that terms International Harvester Co. of Chicago,
eace could not be dictated, was released from Lefortovo Prison
he cabinet statement stressed that about 24 hours after two Russians ac-
ael saw the proposal as setting cused of spying in the United States
otiations, since security were freed in a tradeoff negotiated by
angements would be discussed only the twogovernments.
years after withdrawal. CRAWFORD, A 43-year-old Mobile,
ut officials could not satisfactorily Ala., native, was arrested and dragged
lain how Sadat's idea differed from from his car June 12 at a stop light in
Israeli proposal, transmitted to Moscow, He denied a ciarge that he
shington 10 days ago, that Israel changed money on the black market, a
ild agree to discuss "the future of crime that carries a maximum penality
ations" with the Palestinians only of15 years inprison.
e years after its own plan for
estinian self-rule went into force. See RUSSIANS, Page 6

President Carter, who is reportedly senindg 14 scientific and technology advisers
to China, points to his next questioner at a Washington news conference,
PEACE PLAN STILL UNACCEPTABLE:

Israel rejects latest pr
JERUSALEM (AP) - Prime that has not even been made." Israel for
Minister Menachem Begin said yester- refused to reply directly to Carter's end
day that Israel has not flatly rejected statement so as not to cloud the at- G
the latest Egyptian peace plan but he mosphere of Vice President Walter F. ref
made it clear that the basic proposals Mondale's four-day visit beginning this tim
reportedly being drafted in Cairo are weekend. rep
unacceptable. MEANWHILE Secretary of State tha
A statement from the prime Cyrus Vance said yesterday that he is sou
minister's office said the cabinet aiming for a series of direct talks bet- all
decision Sunday rejected only the ween the two sides, despite the current wha
proposals made public by President impasse and recent sharp public ex- B
Anwar Sadat and did not refer to the changes between the two countries. . in
plan Egypt intends to submit to Final arrangements are in Isr
Washington within a week. preparation for the first negotiating tot
"TO THIS day Elgypt has not presen- session, probably early next month in "Th
ted a peace plan and, therefore, no such Fo eigncMini ters Moshe Dayan of hea
plan has been rejected by Israel,"- Fregnd Ministe Me o of of p
Begn' stteentsad.Israel and Mohammed Kamel of Egypt. T
Begin's statement said c The Egyptian plan, as outlined by Isra
Sadat, however, has indicated clearly Cairo radio and the semi-official Cairo
that his suggestions, which include total newspaper Al Abram, calls on Israel to neg
Israeli withdrawal from occupied return the occupied West Bank of the arr
areas, would be incorporated into the Jordan River to Jordan and the Gaza five
plan. Reaffirming Israel's rejection of Strip to Egypt. Those two territories
the proposals broadcast by Cairo radio were captured during the 1967 Mideast exp
last week, Begin said Israel "is war, an
prepared to conduct negotiations in Wa:
peace treaties without prior conditions DURING A five-year transition wou
fromanyside." period, the Arabs would discuss the rely
President Carter has criticized Israel future of these areas with Palestinian, five
for "rejecting an Egyptian proposal participation. Security arrangements Pal

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