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U.N. Conciliation Commission Today Resumes Efforts in Jerusalem for Arab-israel Peace

The U.N. Conciliation Commission for Palestine will hold its first meeting since its return to Jerusalem at Government House there tomorrow, it was announced here today.

The Commission returned to Jerusalem from Geneva after failing to bring Israel and Arab representatives together in mixed committees in Geneva to arrange peace talks. In Jerusalem, it will resume negotiations with the interested governments.

The last meeting at the Commission’s headquarters in Jerusalem was in April, 1949. The Commission is made up of representatives of France, Turkey and the United States.