Jordan Suggests D isengagement Talks With Israel
It is generally believed
(Continued from Page 1) 1 optimistic mood and an ap- as, formerly, they spoke of tention to Geneva Conven- which arrived in Geneva at
interested in preventing preciation of the historic reopening the waterway only tion rules," foreign ministry noon Wednesday, consisted here that the talks went into
this, Allon believes, nature of the Arab-Israeli after a final peace settle- spokesman Torleiv Anda said. of Maj. Gen. Mordehai Gur, a 24-hour recess in order for
•Kelani promised to deliver Col. Dov Sion and Foreign each delegation to ask their
peace talks that began last ,ment.
Allon also envisages estab- Friday which he said was Dayan attributed the change the note to his government, Ministry official David Ra- respective governments for
lishment of a permanent shared by all participants. in the Egyptian attitude to Anda said. "The Syrian am- min. The Egyptian delega- instructions.
"hot line" for emergency According to Eban, the first three factors: They succeed- bassador reacted positively tion consisted of Maj. Gen.
contact between Israeli and real result of the conference ed in overrunning the Bar- and voiced respect for the Tahal el Magdoub, Col. Faud
Jordanian officers to avoid a was its agreement on pro- Lev Line, gaining a narrow Norwegian government's hu- el Howfidy and Nabil el
broader conflagration in the cedural matters and form. stretch on the east bank of manitarian views," Anda Araby.
event of incidents.
Political observers here
WE. CAN FIT YOU!_
conference will be carried creased their self-esteem; 1st Disengagement Meeting
believe Rifai made his sug-
Israel punched through their Held in Geneva This Week
gestion — and looked to Kis- out by subcommittees, each
NEEDS MONEY FOR
lines and gained a salient on GENEVA JTA)—Israel and
singer to suppor.t it—because dealing with a specific set of the west bank of the canal; Egypt held their first dis-
he feared that a quick and
and the two superpowers in- engagement meeting in Ge-
LONG, SHORT, PATIO
successful outcome of Israel- groups is the Israeli-Egyptian tervened, primarily the U. S. neva Wednesday afternoon.
STYLES. SIZES 6 to 44
E g y p t i a n disengagement military committee, which and Secretary of State Kis-
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After the meeting, which
PARTIES. SIZES 6 to 44
talks would overshadow Jor- will try to reach an agree-
singer, Dayan said.
lasted one hour and 40 min- t..
'-'n's interests and impor- ment on disengagement, a so-
"As a result, unlike the Six- I utes, a United Nations spokes-
lution that eluded the nego-
ce at Geneva.
MURRY KORA MW.
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Allon and Eban feel Israel
Asked by reporters if there War was followed almost im- had discussed "principles of
should seize upon the oppor-
tunity presented by the Jor- was a chance to 'reach agree- mediately by political moves disengagement." He added
End of YEAR Sale
danian uneasiness and ex- ment on disengagement with- for negotiations." With the that these talks "would facili-
plore possible preliminary in a few days, Eban said Is- lines we hold today it is tate productive discussions
rael had no objections to a much easier for us—there is in the future."
Reduced For All Ages
talks with Jordan.
Defense Minister Moshe speedy solution if its security more readiness to talk of
Dayan, on the other hand, requirements were met. But withdrawal, much more than scheduled for today at 10
feels no purpose would he he said he didn't expect this we were ready seven years a.m. Each delegation con-
sisted of three members —
served by rushing ahead with to happen because of the , ago," Dayan said.
talks with Jordan. He noted complexity of the problem. I He admitted that before two officers and one civilian.
Questioned about the SyriaTh the Yom Kippur War he was The two delegations, the Is-
that the eastern border has
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been relatively quiet, the ' POW issue, Eban said that I wrong in evaluating the ef- raeli and the Egyptian, sat
bridges have remained open, he had held talks in Geneva : fectiveness of the armament on either side of a U-shaped
Styles For All Ages — Free Adjustments
and there is no tension which with Red Cross officials and in enemy hands and their table. At the center sat Unit-
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ed Nations Truce Chief Gen-
needs defusing by disengage- had also written to the U.S. ! fighting qualities.
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Nevertheless, he said, he eras Ensio Siilasvuo and two
and Soviet co-chairmen on the
But the issue presents problem. He admitted that' still did not think that a pre- aides.
The I s r a e 1 i delegation,
broader problems. It con- the issue was still deadlocked emptive strike by Israel be-
Tues. Wed., Thurs., 9 to 5:30,
fronts the government un- ! but insisted there was no fore Oct. 6 would have bas-
Fri. 9 to 8, Sat. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
avoidably with the need to cause for despair and the ically changed the outcome. THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Laboratory On The Premises
Friday, Dec. 28, 1973-5
"draw maps" on the West situation might change. lie said he did not think that
calling up the reserves or
Bank, something it has so far
possibility y launching a preventive strike
ke d about
b t the
avoided doing. In disengage-
l of diplomatic re was
was the right solution when-
talks with Jordan, the of renewal
representatives lations between Israel and ever there is a threat of war.
m i 1 i t a r y
i I the Soviet Union,
He revealed that several
would have to be fully in-
r y times since the cease fire
met for 80 minutes
structed as to what Israel me
has in mind for an ultimate with the Soviet foreign min- ' , good information" was re-
peace settlement of the area. : ister, replied, ' You had bet- ceived that the Egyptians
' were preparing to launch a
Allon, according to his Anon ter ask Gromyko."
Plan, sees the Jordan ,River Gen. Dayan said Tuesday new war. "Nevertheless, we
as Israel's military and po- there was better than a 50- decided against a preventive
litical border, with Jordanian 50 chance for the Israeli- strike. The political situation
enclaves inside the West E g y p t i an disengagement in which we • find ourselves
Bank. talks in Geneva to suc- ' does not allow us to make
But the NRP wants to give teed. He warned, however, such a move," he said.
Asked about Israeli pris-
up nothing on the West Bank, that this could come about
claiming that the entire re- only if Israel maintained its oners of war in Syria, Dayan
gion belongs to Israel for high state of mobilization and said he did not believe re-
historic and religious reasons. held fast to its positions west ports that all Israeli POWs
The issue is likely to fig- of the Suez Canal until an were murdered nor does he
ure in the election campaign. agreement is reached. Dayan believe there are only 29
It will highlight the differ- ' spoke to editors at Bet Soko- POWs in Damascus. The
ence of outlook between La- low, the Journalists House in number should be much high-
bor and the NRP. Assumini Tel Aviv. lie said that an er, he said. He said he hoped
that Labor retains enough agreement on the separation the Syrians would follow the
power to form another coali- of forces should be linked to Egyptians' example and enter
tion, it will certainly affect what he called a declaration into negotiations. Our position
the coalition negotiations with of non-belligerence. He said in Syria should encourage
the Religious Party. Israel could not withdraw them to come to the talks,"
Because of these problems from militarily advantageous he said, adding however that
no one—not even Rifai or positions as long as a state "Egypt is the key to the
Kissinger—contemplates such of belligerency existed.
Israel has in its POW
talks starting before a new
Dayan dwelt at length on
Israeli government takes of- what he considered a funda- camps 63 Egyptian prisoners
ice. But, as an predicted, of war, including eight offi-
change of attitude on cers. The army spokesman
Without people, Glassman Olds would be
they are likely to be high on
the Geneva agenda after the the part of the Egyptians announcing this stated that
to )thee - vacant lot_ And we'd be watching
following the. Yom Kippur, these Egyptian
soldie s were
weeds ;;row instead of a business.
War. He noted that previous- taken prisoners along the
The cabinet met for two ly Cairo had refused to con-
kVhich is Wlw we try to treat Our
hours Tuesday morning to sider peace talks until Israel southern front after the com-
customers well. We want you to buy your
hear a full report from For- committed itself to withdraw
cars from us. And we know we have to make
' ign Minister Eban on the from the territories in ac- prisoners of war last month
it worth your while. Or else.
,:first phase of the Geneva cordance with the Arab in- between Israel and Egypt.
Norway has approached
People come first at Glassman Olds.
terpretation of Resolution Syria concerning the release
They have to. Or, verb' simply, there'd be
The cabinet formally ap- 242.
of Israeli prisoners.
pointed Gen. Mordehai Gur
no Glassimm (Ids.
A government note express-
"Now, they are sitting with
and Col. Dov Sion as Israel's
delegates to the disengage-
to . Foreign Minister Abba the Israeli POWs was deliv-
ment talks with Egypt.
Gen. Gur, a former air Eban declare that we shall ered to Syria's UN ambassa-
force commander, has been not return to the 1967 bor- dor, Haisam Kelani, at a
Israeli military attache in ders," Dayan observed. He meeting Wednesday with
the U.S. and Canada. Col. also cited newspaper reports Norway's permanent UN
that Egypt is prepared to re- representative, Ole Aalgaard.
Sion is Dayan's son-in-law.
The note expressed Nor-
Eban's remarks to report- open the Suez Canal as soon
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