Suez Canal Wednesday. Another
MiG 21 returned to the Egyptian-
held west bank of the canal The
downed jet was the 12th Egyptian
and Arthur J. Goldberg U.S. am- have to use some heavy persuasion any po
on Israel to reconsider the status
Meanwhile, Israeli fighters shot plane shot down over Sinai since
bassador to the UN.
of Jerusalem." He said that Is- down an Egyptian jet over the the June war.
Department sources later said rael's "insistence on retaining
the meeting was held in hopes of Arab Jerusalem may prove to be
finding new thrust to revitalize the most difficult aspect for the
lagging efforts at the UN to resolve United States in any Middle East
the situation from the Six-Day peace formula that may emerge
War. Officials said they were here."
aware of reports that Egypt and
The Washington Evening Star
perhaps other Arab states might
be willing to make statements of said Tuesday in a dispatch from
Frye, its UN correspond-
nonbelligerency in return for Is-
raeli withdrawal of troops. Mc- ent, that UN diplomats reported
Closkey said, however, that "all that Israel and . Egypt have been
the U.S. discussions of Middle East in direct contact over possible re-
matters are conducted within the opening of the Suez Canal. The
framework of the President's contacts were said to have been
made within the last week, and to
speech of June 19."
have reflected a new feeling of
In a dispatch from the United concern in Cairo over the water-
Nations, the Washington Post as-
way remaining closed.
serted Tuesday that Jerusalem
Congressmen Attack Hussein; U.S. Is Accused of Reneging on Israel Deal
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
WASHINGTON — Rep. Joel T.
Broyhill, V i r g in i a Republican,
Tuesday warned an Alexandria,
Va., Bnai Brith lodge that the ad-
ministration is delaying delivery
of Douglas A-4 Skyhawk jet bomb-
ers purchased by Israel "to obtain
bargaining leverage to force Is-
Urging a firm stand against
Communist and Arab pressures
in the Middle East, Rep. Broyhill
termed Israel a "buffer against
communism" and said "her fate
is our fate." He said that "If the
Skyhawks are good for freedom
in Southeast Asia, they are maybe
even more valuable in a closer
area, the Middle East."
Rep. Broyhill asserted that by
resuming aid to Jordan, in view
of King Hussein's "jumping like
a jackal" into the June war and
more recent deals with Moscow,
the U.S. r ■ olicy showed aspects of
had become a "peace hurdle,"
that the "Israeli stand may prove
difficult for the United States"
and that pressures on Israel
might be in the offing.
Robert H. Estabrook, the Post's
When Goldberg met with
Mahmoud Riad, United Arab
Republic foreign minister, before
talking to Dobrynin, Riad said
his government would reopen
the Suei Canal if the Palestinian
refugee program were adequate-
ly settled, it was reported by
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appeasement. He said Washington UN correspondent, reported that
by simultaneously "reneging on a "it is an unstated assumption on
contract with Israel (for Skyhawks) the part of many Western delega-
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is "undermining our . friends and tions that if the time does come
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when some sort of withdrawal and withdrawal of Israeli troops, which
been the consistent Arab
nonbelligerency agreement appear
On the issue of territorial con-
possible, the United States may demand prior to negotiations on
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