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May 01, 1992 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-01

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RESIDENTIAL

London (JTA) — Israel's
settlement policies in the
) West Bank and Gaza Strip
are souring its relations not
only in Whitehall and Wash-
ington but with its biggest
trading partner, the Euro-
pean Community.
That is not likely to
change when Britain takes
over the rotating chairman-
ship of the E.C. on July 1.
Hopes for closer ties will de-
pend on progress in the
peace process, Foreign Sec-
retary Douglas Hurd told
the Jewish Chronicle in an
interview.
In fact, it is "difficult to
imagine dramatic progress"
on E.C.-Israeli ties without a
peace settlement, he said.
Israeli officials have ex-
pressed disappointment over
E.C. efforts to link trade and
diplomatic relations to
Israel's policies in the ter-
ritories.
Mr. Hurd said he believes
there has been a
"considerable im-
provement" in the at-
mosphere between London
and Jerusalem over the last
few years.
Mr. Hurd said Britain and
its E.C. partners are fully
supportive of the current
peace process between Israel
and the Arab states,
organized by the United
States.

Tourist Drowns
In Israel

N

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A British
tourist drowned last week
after falling off a rowboat in
a turbulent stretch of the
upper Jordan River.
The victim, identified as
Clive Max Heller, 45, of
London and his son were on
an organized outing under
the leadership of a
presumably experienced
river guide.
Their boat encountered
rapids caused by, the ex-
cessive flow of water from
Lake Kinneret into the Jor-
dan following a winter of
abnormal rainfall that rais-
ed the level of the lake.
Mr. Heller reportedly
stood up in the boat and
toppled over, hitting his
head on a submerged rock
before being washed away.
His body was discovered a
day later, wedged between
rocks near Kibbutz Kfar
Hanassi, a little over a mile
downstream. His son was
treated for shock.
Police are investigating
whether the outing was
organized by an experienced,
licensed company.

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