to West Bank Arabs by
Jordan Govt. Annually
f ?. , A .1 %1(14 1
Take the Cake
JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Jor-
danian government is continuing
to transfer funds to the Israel-
occupied West Bank in the amount
of about $15,000,000 a year, the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
learned today. Transfers are il-
legal, but Israeli authorities tol-
Part of the money is sent legal-
ly to West BankArabs by their
sons who work in Kuwait and
other Persian Gulf oil states. But
the bulk of the money is paid by
the Jordanian government to
about 6,000 former civil servants
of the pre-1967 Jordanian admini-
stration to retain their loyalty and
deter them from accepting em-
ployment from Israeli sources.
Nevertheless, most of the former
Jordanian civil servants now work
for the Israeli military govern-
ment and receive salaries from
both sides. About 2,000 West
Bankers employed by Israel after
the Six-Day War get no funds
Britain Lit Up
by Israeli Candles
LONDON — It looked like the
Festival of Lights as five tons of
Israeli candles were uncrated here
to help Britons get through a
strike by electric companies in
most parts of the country.
The consignment of 100,000 white
paraffin nine-hour candles was
valued at about 17,000 pounds
Many calls for the candles were
received by the Israel Candle Co.
Ltd., founded in Jerusalem a year
ago by Leon Shall and Sam Lewis,
newcomers from England. _
JC 4 6E-5 ,-
TEL AVIV (JTA) — An Is-
raeli patrol on the Lebanese bord-
er received a large cake and
thanks from Lebanese villagers
"for keeping the terrorists away
from our homes."
The cake was brought to the
soldiers by a Lebanese woman
who told them, in Hebrew, "This
is a token of the villagers to the
Israeli army that keeps the ter-
rorists away." She said the vil-
lagers had armed themselves
against the marauders.
She explained that she spoke
Hebrew because she was born
in Acre and worked on Israeli
farms. Since 1948, she has lived
in Lebanon with her family.
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Former Pre-
mier David Ben-
Gurion cut a rib-
bon at Sde Boker
on clinic at the
&le Boker school
in memory of his
late wife. The
clinic will serve
the 750 students
at the school. It
includes a labo-
Mrs. Ben-Gurioncy and infirmary.
40 Leningrad Jews
TEL AVIV (ZING).—Some 40
young Leningrad Jews were ar-
rested by Soviet authorities for
conducting Hebrew classes, it
was reported here by an Ameri-
can tourist who recently visited
Aecordifig to the visitor, who
was not identified, the Soviet
authorities planted their agents
In the small informal Hebrew
classes to learn where the Jews
were obtaining their supplies
and how they were managing
to organise. Information supplied
by these informers led to the
arrest of the 40 students.
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PARIS (JTA)—President Geor-
ges Pompidou asserted last week
that France's Middle East policy
is constant, has not changed
and is based on two principles:
Israel's right to existence behind
safe, secure borders and Israel's
withdrawal from all of the captur-
ed Arab areas.
Pompidou, speaking at a press
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think that they can discern a
change in France's policy have,
either through passion or through
lack of attention, failed to listen
The French leader, commenting
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correspondent of the Egyptian
newspaper El Mussawahr, added
that, any settlement must be
agreed to by Israel, Egypt and
Jordan and that the Palestinians
must be granted self-determination
at the "proper time."
In Jerusalem, Transport Mini-
ster Shimon Peres was sharply re-
buked by several of his cabinet col-
leagues for stating publicly that
Franco-Israeli relations have im-
proved. The ministers also re-
buked Israel's ambassador to Paris
Asher Ben Natan, for making sim-
ilar statements to Israeli journal-
ists in France, the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency learned.
Peres told newsmen on his return
from a visit to France last week
that France's attitude toward Is-
rael had imyroved noticeably in re-
cent months. 'While in Paris he dis-
cussed the laying of a new under-
sea cable between France and Is-
rael and a new Franco-Israeli avi-
Critics of his statement claimed
that it was not true that relations
with Paris had improved and that
even if it were true, it was prema-
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