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November 29, 1968 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-29

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Renewed Eban-Jarring Negotiations

Foreseen; Phantoms Delivery Pressed

with the present administration
which has only eight weeks remain-
ing in office or with President-
elect Nixon and his staff who have
not yet assumed responsibility for
American policies. The sources said
that February or March were more
likely to see new developments
than January, when the new Presi-
dent is inaugurated, because the
Middle East is not expected to be
first priority on the next adminis-
tration's agenda.
The Vietnam war and domestic
matters take precedence over it,
the sources said. They believed
that in late winter Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol or another cabinet
minister would visit the U.S. to
meet with the new President.
Circles close to the Prime Mini-
ster's office Monday welcomed
statements concerning Israel which
President-elect Nixon made in an
interview published Sunday in the
London Observer. They noted that
Nixon repeated his stress on the
need to keep Israel's deterrent
strength intact, a position he took
during his pre-election campaign.
They attached significance to the
fact that he repeated his position
now tthat his status has changed
and he is shortly to assume respon-
sibility for American policy. Nixon
has not yet replied to Prime Mini-
procedural matters which might ster Eshkol's cable congratulating
include urging each party to him on his election victory on Nov.
clarify its views In replying to 5. He has replied to congratulatory
the other side. Dr. Jarring's mis- messages from President Nasser of
Egypt and other heads of govern-
sion mandate expires Nov. 30
ment.
and is expected to be renewed.
(In Cairo,the semi-official news-
Diplornatc sources indicated that
sso new developments can be ex-
rela-
in
American-Israeli
pected
tions before next February or
March. They noted that there was

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Contacts
between Foreign Minister Abba
Eban and Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring,
United Nations special peace en-
voy to the Middle East, will re-
sume at the beginning of Decem-
ber. They probably will get to-
gether on Cyprus where Dr. Jar-
ring established his headquarters a
year ago, reliable sources said.
(According to a report from Wash.
ington Monday, Dr. Jarring was
due to leave the United States this
week and was said to be trans-
ferring his mediation efforts back
to Nicosia, Cyprus. The report said
that he was to confer Tuesday with
Secretary of State Dean Rusk. He
may set up his headquarters in
Geneva, UN sources said.)
It was teamed tthat Israel has
made it clear to Dr. Jarring that
Lis mission might be ended pre-
maturely if he raises any sub-
stantive proposals of his own in
which either side in the Middle
East dispute sees it wronged and
consequently loses trust in his
good offices. It is believed here
that Dr. Jarring is himself aware
of this pitfall and will continue
as before as a mediator, hearing
the views of each party ond con-
veying them to the other side. If
he does act on his own initiative,
observers said, it will be only on

Stile point in raising new matters

Export of Aircraft Made
hi Israel Is Expected
to Triple in 3 Years

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—A bright future was
predicted Tuesday for Israel's air-
craft industry, which is expected
to have a strong effect on Israel's
economic growth and stability. Al
Shwimmer, director-general of Air-
craft Industries, forecast that Is-

rael's exports of commercial air-
craft would triple in the next three
pars and amount to about $52,-
000,000 annually.

Sbwimmer told an annual sym-
posium on civil aviation that his
awn firm's first Israel-made com-

mercial aircraft, the turbo-prop
°Executive," would make its mai-
den flight early next year. Another
aircraft, the jet "Commander,"
will be in production toward the
and of 1969, he said.
M. Peled, head of Israel's civil
aviation department, told the sym-
posium that despite the present
Middle East political situation, Is-
rael must consider eventual com-
mercial flights to neighboring coun-
tries when it plans future civil
aviation installations. He said a
budget was approved to rebuild
and enlarge the main passenger
terminal at Lydda airport, which
Win; gutted by fire recently. The
rebuilt terminal will be more func-
tional and more convenient than
before, Peled said.

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paper Al Ahram said that the mis-
sion of Dr. Jarring seemed to be
dead. It announced that Foreign
Minister Mahmoud Riad would visit
Syria and Algeria to seek support
for a new Arab summit meeting,
a move supported by Jordan.)

Sen. Goodell Will Press
Nixon for Phantom Delivery
NEW YORK (JTA) — Sen.
Charles B. Goodell, a Republican,
and two Democratic members of
Congress, said they would urge
the incoming Nixon administration
to deliver immediately Phantom
jets to Israel. They maintained that
the F-4s are necessary to pre-
serve what they termed a neces-
sary Middle East arms imbalance
in Israel's favor. Addressing the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee, Sen Goodell said: "It is
our obligation to see that a treaty
is signed between Israel and the
United States guaranteeing Israel's
political and territorial security."
Similar views were expressed by
Reps. Jonathan Bingham, William
F. Ryan and Rep.-elect Mario
Biaggi.
Sen. Goodell told Washington
television viewers that American
troops should be used if necessary
to save Israel from conquest. He
opposed any U.S. intervention in
the event the Soviet Union invades
any Eastern European Communist
state. But, he said, if Israel "is
attacked and is in jeopardy, we
should support it . If it required
American troops, I would be for
it."

Israel-Nasser Had Contact THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—There was a
time when direct diplomatic talks
were conducted between Israel and
Nasser, Shimon Peres, one of the
most influential leaders in the
United Labor Party and former
defense minister under David Ben-
Gurion, disclosed here. During
these conversations, Nasser re-
quested, to begin with, that Israel
relinquish the southern part of the
Negev in the vicinity of Eilat. This
would afford Egypt a direct link
with Jordan.
Peres pointed out that those who
believe in a possibility of peace
with Nasser are deluding them-
selves.

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