- r Talks Obstructed
(Continued from Page 1)
that contacts are continuing with
Authoritative Egyptian sources,
The prime minister's office con-
President Leopold Senghor of bitterly charging that the Nixon
firmed the meeting and described
Senegal despite his statement in administration has accepted Is-
it as one in a series of meetings
an inerview with the French rael's views of the Middle East
with Arab representatives living in newspaper Le Monde that Israel situation, have informed newsmen
Israel-occupied territory. "No prac-
was not being sufficiently flexi- here that Israel must change its
tical matters were discussed." the ble in its terms for peace nego- outlook before a settlement in the
premier's office said. Nusseiba
tiations under the auspices of area can be reached. "What is
identified the other government United . Nations mediator Dr. needed is a change in attitude by
officials he met with as Defense Gunhar V. Jarring. Senghor's Israel, .by the government, or by
Minister Moshe Dayan and Police
criticism apparehtly was re- new leaders1dp" to effect a fresh
Minister Shlomo Hillel.
ceived with surprise here inas- approach toward agreement, a high"
According to informed sources.
much as the Senegalese chief of placed Egyptian source. declare&
the talks with Israeli officials con-
State originally approved of Is- to a large groUP of newsmen.
cerned the municipal elections to rael's position.
The high Egyptian source said
be held in West Bank towns this
Circles here said that Senghor's that the U.S. has not yet ap-
spring and a Jordanian request for change of mind, reflected in his
proached the Egyptians on proxim-
Israeli permission for Moslem pil- Le Monde interview, apparently ity talks with Israel. He refused to
grims to visit the holy places in took' place after he met with Dr.
commit himself to such 'talks for
Jerusalem. The sources said Jor- Jarring in Dakar last month.. Dr.
the time being....
dan promised not to interfere with Jarring's Feb. 8, 1971, memoir to
election preparations if Israel Israel asked for a commitment to Waldheim Changes Opinion
would admit the pilgrims.
withdraw from occupied Arab ter- on Suez Canal Agreement
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—Sec-
Nusseiba's meeting with Mrs. ritories in exchange for peace ne-
Meir attracted attention because gotiations. Israel rejected the re- retary General Kurt Waldheim
the former Jordanian minister has quest, informing Jarring that it appeared to modify his earlier con-
been regarded here as the unoffi- would not annex Arab territories tention that an interim Suez Canal
cial representative" of King Hus- but made it clear that it would not agreement had little if any chanee
sein in Jerusalem. employed by return, under any circumstances, of achievement and that efforts
should be concentrated on an over:.
both Israel and Jordan for the ex- ! to its pre-June 1967 borders.
changes of information between ! Senghor maintained in its inter all Middle East settlement through
the two countries. He was men- view published in Paris that thi s the Jarring mission. "Both efforts
tioned in the press recently as a could not possibly satisfy Egypt are complementary, in my opin-
quiet contacts," he said in a one-
sentence reply to a JTA question.
"and I see no reason why I should
not continue this '11olicy."
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
8—Friday, February 18, 1972
IF YOU TURN THE
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FIND A RNER WINE THAN
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and warned that Israel may have ion," he told dozens of correspon-
grounds to fear "that her most sin: dents at his first formal press
cere friends south of the Sahara conference here since taking office
will be forced to saddle her com- Jan. 1.
pletely with the responsibility for
At the press conference, Wald-
the African 'wise men's' failure." heim described the Mid East situa-
Senghor expressed the opinion that tion as "very difficult." He side-
the Egyptian leadership could not stepped a question about whether
go further than it has, namely ac- he considered Dr. Gunnar V. Jarr-
ceptance of discussions with Israel ing's memoraVum of Feb. 8, 1971,
and the existence of a Jewish state which emphasizes Israeli with-
within its pre-June 1967 boundaries. drawal, to be the basis for negotia-
The Israelis, accordingi(LSgughoo, -Lions between— th—e parties, saying
;:i1G4V hold-tire krjrto the problem." only that it was "our duty to pro-
The African leader also contended ceed on a sound basis."
that the United States and the
Waldheim indicated that he would
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Soviet Union do not want a Middle not speak out publicly on behalf of
East solution unless it is one Jews' right to emigrate fiom the
brought about through their efforts. Soviet Union. "My distinguished
For Your Convenience Winter Hours:
Sadat May Seek France
Predecessor was helpful in this
Mon.7Thius. 9-6; Fri. 9-8; Sat. 9-3; Sun. 10-3
as Mediator in Peace Talks
respect through quiet diplomacy, _
PARIS (JTA)—President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt may try to enlist
France as a go-between in efforts
to bring about Middle East peace
diplomatic circles here pre-
NEW YORK (JTA)—More than
$1,000,000 in cash has been raised dicted. They said a meeting in the
here for the health, educational near future between Sadat and
and social welfare programs of President Georges Pompidou of
Histradrut, it was announced at the France was a distinct possibility.
mid-winter conference of the Western and Arab diplomats here
National Committee for Labor. have noted with considerable in-
Israel by Bernard Jacobson, execu- terest Sadat's announcement that
tive director of the Israel Histadrut Egypt has broken off all contacts
with the United States over an
interim Suez settlement. They also
The sum of $1,310,000 was part
note that his recent visit to Mos-
of a national goal to raise $5,000,000
was apparently a disappoint-
in 1972 for Histadrut programs in
ment to Sadat and that he may
now seek another Western inter-
Dr. Sol Stein, newly elected
locutor to break the Mid East im-
president of the Israel Histadrut passe.
Foundation, reported that during
France is considered to be the
the five months of the fiscal
most likely candidate because of
year that began last Oct. 1, the
the central role it plays in West-
Foundation received $2,500,000 ern Europe, its emphasis on the
in new commitments in the form United Nations role in the Middle
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of wills, bequests and gift annui-
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East and its inclination toward the
Arab cause. The French ambassa-
The 600 delegates attending the dor in Cairo, Francoise Puaux,
conference were addressed by Sen. soon will succeed Jacques De
Fred Harris (D., Okla.) and Mayor Beaumarchais as political director
On display the largest
Eliahu. Nevi of Beersheba.
selection of the newest
of the foreign office here, a shift
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Harris said that Israel "must to coincide with an intensification
styles in both plastic
WEIGHT WATCHER MENU
never give up its defensible bor- of Franco-Egyptian collaboration.
and metal frames.
TRAY CATERING FOR
ders," and not only must supply New U.S. Envoy in Cairo
WE ALSO FEATURE
American jets but also credits."
Carries No Message on Accord
PHOTO GRAY LEN'S
In addition, Harris said the U.S.
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Joseph
should assist Israel In coping with N. Green Jr., the new head of the
the task of absorbing Soviet Jew- American diplomatic mission in
ROSS MUSIC CO.
STANDARD WALLCOVERING STUDIO
ish refugees," and declared that Cairo, arrived in the Egyptian
LINCOLN CENTER STORE ONLY
Jerusalem "should never be di- capital Feb. 16. The mission is
SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL
"SPECIAL OLDIES" — 45's
officially known as the American
WHILE THEY LAST
Navi said that Beersheba had Interests Section and .fs" located in
received hundreds of Soviet emigre the embassy of Spain= which has
PAPER FROM 89c
families and was prepared to h andled U.S. interests in Egypt
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
absorb 25 per cent of all immi- ince the diplomatic break with
grants arriving in Israel during Cairo in 1967.
State Department spokesman
Dr. Stein announced that the c harles Bray denied that Greene
AYDS REDUCING CANDY
foundation has accumulated $24,- w as carrying a written message
1 1/2 lbs. — 4 Flavors
CHOCOLATE & GIFTS
000,000 in bequests And gift annul- to the Egyptian government re-
butterscotch, chocolate fudge,
LAST 2 WEEKS OF GIFT SALE
ties since the organization was g arding renewal of activity on an
vanilla carmel, chocolate mint,
founded in 1960. Dr. Stein succeeds in terim agreement to reopen the
William H. Sylk of Philadelphia as S uez Canal, initiated by the U.S.
or Regular 8. Dietetic Candy
the Foundation's president. g overnment.
go-between on practical arrange-
ments concerning future relations
between Amman and Jerusalem.
He defined his talks as an "ex-
change of ideas."
West Bank professionals and in-
tellectuals who oppose the eventual
return of that area to Jordanian
rule have telegraphed Premier
Meir and other government lead-
ers protesting their recent meet-
ings with Nusseiba.
The protestors claim that Nus-
seiba does not represent West Bank
Arabs and was the wrong partner
for discussions with Israeli govern-
ment leaders. Nusseiba has denied
that he represents Hussein in any
Diplomatic sources here said
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