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tet-Lib a oil Deal 'Marria e of Converttence

(Continued from Page 20)
o hit out at both, he Said. Ac- am nearly 30 yeara in the- diplo-
. - dent drillussia'S .1/risk 'trade-,with- ly
cording -to Elazar,- the terrorists
:Spain whose regime under Gen. suffered dozens of casualties in the matic service," he said, "and you
know very well that I would not be
Franco-is-regarded as, Fascist by -latest Israeli raids..
sincere if I said that I am opti-
the .USSR: Observers- here said
mistic, but I am not pessimistic
- that Russia's need for Middle East Interim Actord Crawling
either?' He asserted that the UN
oil may eventually.: lead it to deal but Waldheim Pusheri On
. GENEVA (JTA) — United Na- had the "confidence" of both
with Saudi Arabia, which is vehe-
.. mently:anti-Ctunmunist. :-
tions Secretary General Kurt parties, "and it is very important,
Waldheim said here' that while because if we- lose that confidence,
Israel's Borders- Are Quiet
it is "no secret" that "things are we do not have a chance at all."
• After Last. Week's Action
Israel foreign ministry offi-
TEL -AVIV (JTA) — Israel's going rather slow" with regard
bordeA with- =Syria and Lebanon, to an interim Suez Canal agree- cials continued to emphasize that
scenes of ground and air fighting ment, "it is our duty that we do there was no movement at pres-
last week, _remained peaceful. But everything possible to be helpful." ent toward improving relations
with the Soviet Union although
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan He reiterated his willingness to go
and Chief of Staff Gen. David to the Middle East if it would be Foreign Minister Abba Eban dis-
closed recently that unofficial
Elazar have both warned that any helpful, but he did not indicate
new terrorist activities against Is- that any of the parties had asked contacts have taken place be-
tween the two countries.
rael from either country would be him to.
"I can't tell you what the out-
dealt win swiftly and decisively.
Foreign ministry circles denied
The roads of northern Israel come will be, but I think it would reports that the Soviet Union was
noiv are packed with traffic and be a very bad approach if we instrumental in softening Egypt's
visitors who came' to view the were to stand back and say, well, position over an interim settlement
scene of last week's 'Israeli thrust we can't do anything, let's just stop to reopen the Suez Canal. They de-
into "Fatahland" in southeast Leb- the whole thing." Waldheim told nied that the matter had even come
anon. Lebanese farmers were back newsmen. "It is our duty to con- up in talks between Israeli and
working their fields and many tinue our efforts so that we can Soviet officials and stressed that
waved to Israelis driving along contribute to a solution of the the U.S. was the sole sponsor of
the border. The ski runs on the problem. This is -the main reason an interim Suez accord.
slopes. of Mt. Hermon drew an why- Dr. (Gunnar V. Jarring bad
Ministry officials said Israel's
• estimated 5,000 people. But Israeli these (African) contacts, and on
military leaders conceded that the the basis of these contacts he will attitude toward relations with Mos-
cow
remains unchanged, namely
continue
to
make
every effort to
- scene could change back to one
that it was the Soviets who broke
contribute to a settlement."
of battle at any time.
off relations in 1967 and approach-
Speaking on television Friday
It would be an exaggeration,
night, Dayan said Israeli forces however, to say he himself was
were prepared to cross the Leban- optimistic, Waldheim added. "1
ese border again if necessary. He
said the entry of the Lebanese
army into Fatahland after Is-
raeli forces cleared parts of it
of terrorists indicated a fundament-
al change-of policyin Beirut which
TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Housing
previousli,had.yielded virtual con-
trol of the region to the terrorists. costs in Israel continue to climb at
However, he warned, this may not an astronomically rate not only in
the three major urban centers, but
be enough to ensure peace.
other parts of the country as
Dayan said Israel would be in
well.
satisfied only when -the Leban-
In Rishon LeZion, for example,
ese authorities and their army
adopt and Carry out a vigorous only eight months ago a three-
decisive stand against terrorist room d w e 1 11 tig cost IL 6,000
($1,440). The "cost of the plot to-
gangs. He said he thought the
Lebanese --government ."will :try day has tripled. In North Tel Aviv,
at least kr restrict,. perhaps to land is so expensive it accounts
control linmediately, the area for- 70 per cent of the cost of a
and not to allow the Fatah to dwelling.
Avner Ehrlich, chairman of
act- either from Lebanon or to
the Builders Association of Tel
cross the border. Bid he was
Aviv, says. that the government
less certain that Syria would
must -bear a mashare of the
make any effort tti curtail the
responsibility for this condition.
activities of terrorists on their
He
noted that 92 per cent of Is-
soil who, unlike those in Leban-
ratel's land area is government-
on, function under the direct con-
owned.
trol of the Syrian army.
He accused the authorities of
Syrian planes attacked Israeli refusing to make tracts available
settlements
in
the
Golan
Heights
in
the for
hope
- obtaining-
higher,
7-- last
week following _Israeli _air prices
.the of land:
He
- pointed to
strikes and shelling- of terrorist such -sections
-
as
-
Neve
bases in Syria: The-
attacks caused
the tracts_of
north of undeveloped
Ilerzliya—with -sandi
large
no-Casualties and minimal
damage.
Speaking on Eol Israel radio, Ela-
stretches
that
:could
accommodate
zar described theni as "hit and up to 5,000 dwelling units.

Govt. Criticized
for Housing Costs

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run," observing
that fast."
"they hit .• very AccOrding to Ehrlich, it is. within
little
and ran very
' -
the power Of the government to
But,
he
said,
the
Syrian
attack
confirmed that Syrian armed
forces effect
prices a if ; significant
It will :cease decline -In
--.ita:-•land
actively support the terrorists. .speculation."
"That was one reason why our
counter-strike could not make an
absolute " distinction between the `Affluent Society' Hits
Syrian army and terrorist bases
and we were compelled occasional- Tel Aviv Citizens
TEL AVIV (Zlt.:S)—The last two
Years has ken a striking growth
in the number of luxury restau-
rants where 'She price of a good
dinner runs about IL 100 ($24), ac-
cordirm to a spokesman of the
Internal Revenue Service.
Patrons of such prestige res-
taurants include not only the tour-
i,sts, but alsO Israelis of means.
Commenting on the situation, one
Of Tel Aviit's leading dailies,
Ifiaretz, noted that of 383,000 Tel
c
Avivans, 12(000 are below the
poverty level: Some 110,000 per-
.asonapopulatelltunscbousing28;000
families Haaretz says that 80 per
cent of these--slums are owned by
the governmtht and the national
ro Ytru
institutions and. accuses the 'gov-
ernment and the Tel Aviv millet:
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