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January 10, 1975 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-10

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Allon Meetings With Kissinger Postponed

JERUSALEM (JTA)—For-
Before leaving Israel, AI- rael's own self-interest to
eign Minister Yigal Allon's Ion told the Knesset that Is- initiate the negotiations and
meeting with Secretary of rael would need no prodding nobody from the outside
State Henry A. Kissinger has to enter into second stage needs to push us or hurry us
been postponed until Wednes- talks with Egypt if the post- into them." He added that
day. Officials attributed the ponement of Soviet Commu- "shoving us may have the
one-week delay to Kissin- nist Party Secretary Leonid opposite effect."
ger's heavy work schedule Brezhnev's visit to Cairo
The latter remark seemed
and said that Allon would go means that Egypt is ready to be directed to Washington
to Washington after appear- "to enter into talks on a seri- where pressure is expected
ances in Florida and on the ous basis of give-and-take." to develop on Israel to come
U.S. West Coast on behalf
While cautioning that it forth with new proposals for
of the United Jewish Appeal. was too early to assess the a second stage agreement
Well informed sources here real meaning behind Brezh- with Egypt.
indicated, however, that the nev's change of plans, Allon
Alton was scheduled to be
postponement stemmed from said if Cairo is prepared to the keynote speak er this
the fact that Kissenger's con- negotiate "it will be in Is- weekend at the United Jew-
tacts with Egyptian officials
had not yet reached the point
where a meeting with Allan
would be productive. Accord-
ing to one source, Egypt has
"not yet replied" to the basic
NEW YORK — The failure by the treatment given the
_Israeli proposals for a settle. of a giant Dallas real estate business failure in the Dallas
,ment which were advanced conglomerate has had reper- and Cleveland papers, which
. by Allon at his meeting with cussions for the United Jew- helped create the rumors
Kissinger in Washington last ish Appeal. Former UJA na-
that Jewish organization
month.
tional chairman -.Eddie Gins- funds were linked to the pri-
Sources say Kissinger was berg was involved, as was vate firm.
requesting additional a n d Albert Adelman of Milwau-
Irving Bernstein, executive
more detailed proposals from kee who was scheduled to be- vice chairman of the United
Allan for a second stage come 1975 UJA general chair- Jewish Appeal, issued the fol-
agreement with Egypt than man, but turned over the job lowing statement:
the foreign minister had con- to Frank Lautenberg.
"The officers of the United
veyed at their last meeting.
The Jewish Post and Opin- Jewish Appeal deeply regret
At that time Allon report- ion reported that many of the to learn of financial revers-
edly spoke of a 30-50 kilom- backers of the Hill Proper- es which have been encount-
eter Israeli pullback in Sinai ties in Dallas lived in Cleve- ered by certain of its lay
without drawing lines on a land, and rumors circulated leaders. They have been
map. In return, the Israeli that Cleveland Federation among the most deeply de-
foreign minister was said to and National UJA funds were voted of our leaders, sacri-
have demanded various con-
ficing of their time and sub-
cessions from Egypt, includ- part of the $21 million lost.
stance for the cause of the
Jewish
groups
were
upset
ing a prolonged period dur-
Jewish people.
ing which a second stage
"It should, of course, be
agreement would be in ef- Israel's Pioneering
clear that any business activ-
fect.
ity—successful or unsuccess-
Other Israeli proposals re- Nature Children
ful—is an entirely private
portedly condition a new
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—There
agreement on the prior ful- are still some adventuresome matter and is completely un-
fillment of all Egyptian un- and pioneering Israeli spirits related to the United Jewish
dertakings contained in the who are prepared to leave Appeal or to their activities
first disengagement agree- behind the creature comforts on its behalf."
ment signed in January 1974. of the city and enjoy a desert
This apparently includes re- existence in the Negev or at Libyan Writes Guide
opening the Suez Canal and Sharm-el-Sheikh in order to
NEW YORK — Libyan
the return of the civilian pop- create something new in leader Muammar Qaddafi
ulation to the canal zone their lives.
has begun to write a "green
towns. Israel is also making
In one locality, for ex- book" to expound his social
certain "political" demands ample, in the middle of the
of Egypt such as the suspen- desert, a school has been and economic theories, ac-
cording to Libya's Arab Rev-
sion of economic and politi- established called "the wings olution
News Agency. The
cal warfare against Israel for of David," name d. after
book
will
define Libya's po-
the duration of a second David Tamir, a son of Knes-
litical stand on all questions
stage agreement.
set member Shmuel Tamir, and serve as a guideline for
High officials here have who was a flier in the army. future
action.
hinted that any Israel con-
cessions involving the Abu
Rodeis oil fields in Sinai
would be contingent on an
American undertaking with
--regard to Israel's future oil
supplies. The Abu Rodeis
fields, captured by Israel in
the Six-Day War, reportedly
fill all or most of Israel's
domestic oil needs.
The U.S. State Department
confirmed that Kissinger met
twice over the weekend with
Israel Ambassador Simha
Dinitz. A spokesman said the
meetings were a "full,
friendly and comprehensive
review of the situation in the
Middle East in all of its as-
pects in advance of Allon's
visit in the middle of next
week."
Allon's visit here will be
his second in five weeks. Al-
lan will arrive in Washing-
ton at the conclusion of his
travels in the U.S.

Dallas Real Estate. Failure Hits
Two Former Leaders of UJA

6—Friday, January 10, 1975

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Meanwhile, in Jerusalem,
Allon said Wednesday that
no neaps and no lines are
being presented by Israel to
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the Americans. Allon said
the Israel-U.S. talks concern-
ing the second stage of Mid-
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