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August 25, 1978 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-25

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6 Friday, Aagast 25, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Carter Expects Tough Talks; Israel-Egypt Climate Good

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tion to Camp David changed
his stand. Begin has never

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Sadat personally.
Sisco, who also said the
U.S. would have to put for-
ward "suggestions" for a
compromise, expressed
himself in an interview
with the Voice of America.
In Jerusalem, former
Labor Foreign Minister
Yigal Allon said the Ameri-
can government is tending
towards the idea of territo-
rial compromise in attempt-
ing to find a solution to the
deadlocked peace talks, a
fact which, Allon said, could
render the meeting a suc-
cessful one.
Allon criticized the Begin
government for failing to
attempt to adapt Israel's
position to that of the U.S.
before the Camp David
meeting, as former Israeli
governments had done on
central issues. Allon noted
that previous governments
had persisted until at least
general agreement was ob-
tained between the Israeli
and American camps.

Earlier, Deputy Pre-
mier Yigael Yadin had
accused the Labor Party
of undermining the gov-
ernment's peace effort.

The Israeli Cabinet met
last Sunday and will meet
again this Sunday to discuss
the government's peace
proposals.
The Cabinet is reportedly
split into three views over
the upcoming Camp David
meeting. One supports

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He said that "I pray" and
Begin and Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan on Israel's urge Americans and others
peace plan which provides to "pray" for the success of
for self-rule for Arabs living the summit conference be-
on the West Bank and the cause "failure could result
Gaza Strip as well as Be- in a new conflict in the Mid-
gin's new proposaL dle East which could affect
A more moderate position. the security" of the United
is taken by Defense Minis- States.
Carter said he did not
ter Ezer Weizman, who be-
lieves that Israel should know the result of the con-
re-examine its position in ference but that from his
order to seek to reach a talks many times with
complete peace settlement, Begin and Sadat, "I am
especially if Sadat repeats absolutely convinced that
the views he expressed to both men want peace."
Weizman in Salzburg, Au-
The President cautioned
stria last month.
that he did not expect a
The third group is made peace treaty to result from
up of the hawks, who feel the Camp David meeting
Israel should only present but he did hope both-sides
its original peace plan at the would be able to explore
meeting.
areas of "compatability"
Before his vacation, and build from there to fu-
President Carter said that ture negotiations.
neither Begin nor Sadat
Begin,
meanwhile,
made "commitment" to
him to "change their pre- cautioned Israelis not to ex-
pect
too
much
from Camp
sent positions" as a re-
quirement to meet with him David.

at Camp David Sept. 5.

He said, "The fate of
The President agreed our nation will not be de-
with a reporter that the cided either • at King
Camp David meeting was David or at Camp David."
a "high risk gamble" for (The King David Hotel in
himself since, if it failed, Jerusalem was the site of
he would have to person- talks between officials of
ally share in the failure. the former Rabin gov-

ernment and former U.S.
Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger.)

However,
former
President Gerald Ford, in a
Christian Science Monitor
interview, called the sum-
mit meeting "a big gamble"
unless the three leaders
have "some understanding"
of what the conclusion of the
meeting will be.
"If it breaks up with no
results, the potential for
catastrophe is very signific-
ant," Ford said.
U.S. Defense Secretary
Harold Brown indicated
Sunday that the results of
Camp David might have an
effect on the Administra-
tion's decision to sell arms
to Israel.
Interviewed on ABC-TV's
"Issues and Answers" pro-
gram, Brown said: "The Is-
raelis, in looking to their
own future, are looking to
security and arms acquisi-
tion as one way to do that.
We have supported and will
continue to support those
ends but I think there is also
another road, a road to sec-
urity involving peace set-
tlement, and I think the Is-
raelis want to pursue that
one as well."

Israelis Increase Vigilance

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London Middlesex Hos-
pital, has improved con-
siderably after the re-
A new grave was opened moval of a bullet from her
Wednesday morning brain. Yehudit, whose life
alongside those of the 1972 was thought to be in
Munich Olympic massacre danger, is now breathing
victims, for El Al stewar- without the aid of a life
dess Irit Gidron, 29. Among support system and has
the mourners were hun- spoken and recognized
dreds of El Al personnel and her parents.
friends of Irit's family.
Following the attack at

The coffin carrying hit
was brought to the Kfar
Galim near Haifa to begin
the solemn procession to the
municipal cemetery on the
slopes of Mt. Carmel. Minis-
ter of Communications and
Transport Meir Amit deliv-
ered the eulogy. He hailed
El Al employees as true
emissaries of Israel, guard-
ing the front line far from
Israeli soil, and blamed the
governments of all nations
for permitting, through
their apathy and inaction,
the cancer of terrorism to
spread throughout the
world.
Meanwhile, Irit's col-
leagues described the scene
of the attack and the cir-
cumstances of her death.
They recalled that as one of
the terrorists opened fire on
the bus with a,machine-gun
hit made a dash for the
hotel's entrance. She col-
lided with the second ter-
rorist, setting off the hand
grenade and killing both of
them.

All but one of the Is-
raeli surviviors of the at-
tack have returned to Is-
rael. The condition of El
Al hostess Yehudit Ar-
non, who remained at the

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though they have continued
to insist that El Al guards
cannot enter Britain with
their weapons.
In, retaliation for the
London attack, Israeli air
force jets struck the ter-
rorist base at Damour,
south of Beirut, and a train-
ing center near the refugee
camp of Bourj el Brajnel.
The latter is a center for
the Popular Front for the
Liberation 4bf Palestine,
which claimed credit for the
London incident.

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balloon, proudly sported a
tee shirt with "Mazel Toy"
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His father, Herb New-
man, quipped with jour-
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cient than Christian and I
wanted my son Larry to suc-
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