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WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BEIRUT, Lebanon WP)-Presi- and potentially dangerous to the cil gave its speedy support" to
dent Johnson backed Israel and cause of peace." efforts of Thant "to pacify the
the Soviet Union offered support A Soviet government statement uation."
to the Arabs yesterday as the issued in Moscow warned that In particular, Goldberg said,
explosive Middle East crisis head- "aggression" in the Middle East council also should request
ed for urgent consideration by the "would encounter not only the members to take "every poss
United Nations Security Council. united strength of the Arab coun- step to avert the possibility of
War fever mounted in Cairo with tries, but also resolute resistance armed conflict and to refr
broadcasts calling for invasion of on the part of the Soviet Union." from any measures which wo
Israel. 'Fateful Hour' aggravate the international sit
Denmark and Canada, with In Jerusalem, Prime Minister tion which prevailed when
strong support from the United Levi Eshkol stood firm on Israel's secretary-general's missioni
States, asked for the meeting of 10-year-old pledge to defend its announced.
the UN Security Council in New. gulf shipping and declared "a "Such action by the Secu:
York fateful hour, not only for Israel Council would reinforce rat
ut for the whole world," is at than prejudice the secretary-g
After consultation among the 15 hand. eral's peace mission. At this c
council members, the meeting was In a statement issued through a tical juncture, it is of the utm
scheduled for 10:30 a.m. (EDT) spokesman, U.S. Ambassador Ar- importance that the Secu:
today. thur J. Goldberg said the United Council ensure that no member
Johnson labeled Egypt's threat j States strongly supported the re- the UN should take any act
to blockade the Gulf of Aqaba, quest for the council meeting. which would imperil the succ
Israel's trading lifeline to the Red He added that in the U.S. view of the secretary-general's missio
Sea and Indian Ocean, "illegal "it is vital that the Security Coun- In Ottawa, the House of Co
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mons was told Canada is pressing Sheikh overlooking the Strait of
for establishment of a new UN Tiran, the narrow neck of water
presence along the war-threatened linking the gulf and the Red Sea,
Egyptian-Israeli border. The UN and once more has trained big
is withdrawing, at the request of guns on the channel. The guns
Egypt, the peacekeeping force that were spiked by U.N. forces after
patrolled the border since the end the 1956 Suez war.
of the Suez war in 1956. In other developments:
President Johnson said the Baghdad radio said that Iraqi,
United States urged UN Secretary- forces pledged to aid Syria on the
General U Thant, now in Cairo potential Syrian-Israeli war front
on a peace mission, to give the have started to move. The broad-
Gulf of Aqaba question "the high- cast followed reports that Jordan
est priority in his discussions." had given permission for Iraqi
Observers believed Thant would forces to travel across Jordan to
have little success on his mission. Syria.

Overlook Differences
King Faisal of Saudi Arabia,
winding up a state visit to Britain,
said he would overlook differences
with other Arab nations-mean-
ing Egypt and Syria-and join in
any war against Israeli aggres-
sion.

Eshkol told his Parliament:
"Any interference with freedom of
shipping" in the gulf would con-
stitute "an act of aggression
against Israel. I repeat my call to
Western powers to act without de-
lay to maintain the right to free.
navigation to our southern port"

Hoping to organize an inter-
national peace effort, Britain's
Prime Minister Harold Wilson held
an emergency Cabinet meeting,
then dispatched Foreign Secretary
George Brown to Moscow and For-
eign Office Minister of State
George Thomson to Washington
and the United Nations.
Officials in Washington said
American diplomats, including
those in London and Moscow, were
making foreign governments aware
of grave U.S. concern over the
crisis.
The latest Arab-Israeli confron-
tation boiled up after Israel
threatened military reprisal for
Arab commando raids from Syria.
Syria and Egypt mobilized their
forces on Israel's borders and Is-
rael deployed troops in response.
Sources in Cairo said yesterday
more than 100,000 Egyptian troops
were in the Sinai Desert, where
8gypt and Israel's 165-mile border
was patrolled by the 3,400-man
U.N. Emergency Force until Thant
withdrew the peacekeeping units
last Friday at the request of Nas-
ser.

Call Dock, Bus Strikey
HONG KONG {AP-Hong Kong's In London, Britain sharply re- Siien also asked for a i
Communists piled new pressures jected a protest by Communist demands Communist Chin
on the British colonial administra- China over what Peking called last week-including the re
tion yesterday by calling strikes on continuing British atrocities in Chinese arrested during t
the island's bus line and at its Hong Kong. orders, an end to "all
docks. They threatened strikes William Rodgers, parliamentary measures." punishment o
that could cut off water, gas and undersecretary for foreign affairs, responsible for the "atrociti
electricity to the colony's four told Communist China's charge a guarantee against recurn
million people. d'affaires, Shen Ping, that Britain such incidents.
Hong Kong has a 6,000-man es- did not intend to engage in a Cninese formed small gr
sential services corps trained to battle of recriminations but would Hong Kong's side streets,
keep the utilities in operation. It discuss "in a reasonable manner" a ban on all public gatherin
gets some of its water from Coin- any questions of mutual affairs there were scattered incid
munist China. in Hong Kong. lrock-throwing yesterday.
major disturbance was repo
the first time since poli
U.S. Tariff Negotiators. fstrikers clashed at an a
flower factory May 11.
Transportation Crippl
PlanNew set ofTalks Public transportation wa
>led as striking drivers lef
than 400 double-decker bus
WASHINGTON OP)-With the "A good deal of work must be About 3,000 dock workers
fine print still to be resolved on done for the new initiative," he out a sitdown strike.
the Kennedy Round of tariff cuts, said. Strikes were reportedp
U.S. negotiators set their sights Topics to be discussed at future by leaders of the pro-Con
yesterday on another major initi- negotiations would include trade seamen's and textile i
ative to ease trade barriers, with developing nations and the unions.
Ambassador William M. Roth lowering of nontariff barriers in- Communist l a b o r a
told his first formal news confer- cluding border taxes which Roth threatened reprisals again
ence since returning from the described as one of the most dif- nese who refused to take
Kennedy Round negotiations in ficult problems. the anti-British campaign
Geneva that the United States will--
embark on a major study of its
trade policy after the June 30
signing of the Geneva agreements.
This study, said Roth, will ex- ( ~
tend into next year and will be the
basis for a future major initiative DIAL 5-62
in easing trade barriers at some
unspecified time. ROD*- R lIAMBMERS5EI'5
Roth is President Johnson's spe- RO GERSTAWisE
cial representative in trade nego-
tiations.THE
He described the Kennedy RoundP P
as a very gratifying and rewarding
effort but said it was a leap in the
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WASHINGTON (A) -President
Johnson yesterday described the
blockade of the Gulf of Aqaba to
Israel shipping by Egypt as "il-
legal and potentially disastrous to
the cause of peace."
Johnson said the United States
considers the gulf to be an inter-
national waterway.
"The right of free, innocent
passage of the international water-
way is a vital interest of the in-
ternational community," Johnson
said in a statement.
"The government of the United

States is seeking clarification o
this point. We have urged Sec
retary-General Thant to recogniz
the sensitivity of the Aqaba ques
tion and to give it the highes
priority in his discussions i
Cairo."
Johnson said the United State
strongly opposes aggression b
anyone in the Middle East, in an
form, overt or clandestine.
"The government of the Unite
States is deeply concerned, in par
ticular, with three potentially ex
plosive aspects of the present con
frontation," he added.

ur uu,s ioi aeciarea.
n "First, we regret that the gen- He continued: "In recent days
- eral armistice agreements have the government of Israel has been
;e failed to prevent warlike acts from in close contact with governments
- the territory of one against an- that have declared and exercis-
st other government . .. ed the principle of freedom of
n "Second, we are dismayed at the passage in these waters since 1957.
hurried withdrawal of the United "After these exchanges I can
s Nations Emergency Force from say that international support for
y Gaza and Sinai after more than 10 these rights is serious and exten-
.y years of steadfast and effective sive. Indeed, what is at stake here
service in keeping the peace, with- is a clear and formal undertaking
d out action by either the General on whose execution depends the
- Assembly or the Sedurity Council. maintenance of international law
i- "Third, we deplore the recent and order.
- build-up military forces and be- "Hence we are confronted with

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portance to reduce troop concen- rael, but the whole world." capitals and in Israel, Cairo radio
trations." Elath, at the tip of the gulf, is
Rusk Testifies Israel's only sea outlet in the south broadcast denunciations =of the
Secretary of State Dean Rusk and east and it is through the United States as well as Israel.
earlier had described the Middle sun-baked town that Israel gets Maariv, Israel's largest circula-
East situation very touchy. most of its oil from Iran. tion evening tabloid, said Nasser's
Rusk, emerging from a 21- Nasser has regarrisoned the threat to close the strait of Tiran
hour closed meeting with the Sen- Egyptian position at Sharm el amounted to a declaration of war.
ate Foreign Relations Committee,
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