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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, October 31, 1974

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, October 31, ~974

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RABIN OBJECTS-
Arabs yield; land goes to PLC

TEL AVIV, Israel 6P) - The $2 billion a year in "confron-
question of war or peace in the tation money" for the PLO and
Middle East centered yester- Israel's other neighboring ene-
day on the west bank of the Jor- mies.
dan River, a battleground since Israeli Prime Minister Yitz-
Joshua fought the battle of hak Rabin told parliament Wed-
Jericho. nesday the Arab moves "do
The leaders of Egypt, Syria not bode well for Israel" and,
and the Arab oil world decid- could force on Tel Aviv signifi-
ed Tuesday to hand over Jeri- cant foreign policy decisions.
cho and the rest of the Biblical Political commentators said
land to the guerrilla Palestine Israel would work closely with
Liberation Organization (PLO) the United States to evolve a
after Israel's occupation force strategy on further peace talks
leaves. with the Arabs, presumably to!
IT WAS THt principal de- prevent upsetting Secretary of.
cision of the Arab summit at State Henry A. Kissinger's deli-
Rahat MoroccoR But the Arah cate peace initiatives.

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his press aide Robert Anderson,
Kissinger said the decision at
Rabat has not changed the
American stand. That is that
"step-by-step negotiations, in-
cluding talks between Jordan
and Israel on the west bank,
offer the greatest hope of suc-
ceeding at the present time."
Hours after the Arabs an-
nounced their PLO decision, Is-
raeli Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon met privately with U. S.
Ambassador Kenneth Keating.
They "exchanged assessments
on political developments in the
area," said a communique.
The PLO's victory at the Ra-
bat summit produced a mixture
of joy and silence among the
west bank's 650,000 Arabs,
whose section of Jordan fell to!
the Israeli army during the
1967 Middle East war.
"THIS IS A historic decision,
the decision we have been wait-'
ing for," said Milmi Hanoun,

the Palestinian mayor of the
Arab town of Tulkarm, 16 miles
from Tel Aviv.
Two classes of west bank
Arabs weren't talking: those
who support Jordan's King
Hussein and want to return to
royal rule, and any who want
to stay under Israeli occupa-
tion, which ironically brought
prosperity to traditionally poor
Arab farmers. But many voc-
ally agreed with the Tulkarm
mayor's hope for the day Is-
raeli forces would pull out
to let a PLO government rule.
"At last you Israelis are be-
ginning to wake up and realize
that the PLO is our true repre-
sentative," one resident of Ra-
mallah, an Arab town of the
west bank, told a Jewish inter-
viewer.
RABIN'S REACTION didn't
bear that out, however. He first
told a political meeting: "Let's
not shoot from the hip" in con-

demning the summit decisions.
Then, in his parliament speech
Wednesday, he said he would
not "negotiate with terrorist
organizations whose declared
im is the destruction_ of Is-
rael."
King Hissan II of Morocco
said in Rabat that Yasir Ara-
fat, chief of the PLO, has not
ruled out a military disengage-
ment agreement on the west
bank negotiated by Hussein.
Hassan said Hussein and Ara-
fat are to meet within 10 days
in Amman, the Jordanian capi-
tal, to discuss strategy.
Arafat confirmed the report,
but did not say when or where
the meeting would be.
SOME WEST BANK leaders
like Anwar Nusseibeh, a former
defense minister of Jordan, and
former Jerusalem Gov. Anwar
Khatib refused to comment.
Both are known as partial to
Huessin. Nusseibeh's car was
bombed recently by Arab guer-
rillas. Khatib's garage was set
afire. PLO slogans have been
splashed on the homes of other
Arab notables.

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ISRAELI FOREIGN Minis-
ter Yigal Alon met with
U.S. Ambassador Kenneth
Keating after it was an-
nounced by the Arabs that
t h e Palestine Liberation
i Organization would get land
west of the Jordan River.
u0s
S I ' l
WASHINGTON ()-L a b o z
costs continued rising at near,
record rates during the past
three months while productiv-
ity in the American economy
declined sharply, the govern-
ment renorted yesterday.
The new figures from the La-
bor D.n,#rtment were further
e-irinrnce of the nation's twin
nrnhlams of a sagging economy
amid persistent inflation.
UNTIT LkIORt COSTS, an im-
nortant indicator of inflationary
nrosre, rose at an annual rate
of 13.9 ner cent in the third
cp1"rt'r of this ver, the sec-
ond fastest rise in 25 years. The
rut- ws exceeded only by the
venYr's Fir..tgrrter increase of
14 nr r-nt
Prntrtii'v - that is, output
ner wrrker bnrir - fell at an
anl 11 1 rate of 3 ner cent in the
Jn v-Septanber period after a
slioht rise in th urevious quar-
tar rwmi a 7.1 nor cent drop in
th'- first a'mter.
Prod,cti 'it- uslil declines
when over-Pll oiutnut in the
economy falls, as has happened
in all three quarters this year.
The decline in outnut in the
third nolvrter ws 3.3 per cent,
I ner r 't in the second auar-
ter and 78 ner cent in the first.
RY (COMPWSON, the de-
rline in output of the private
economv in the first quarter of
the 1969-70 recession was 2.5
ner cent, and the decline in
oitnut ner worker-hour was
eiuht-tenths of a per cent.
Desnite worsening statistics,
President Ford on Tuesday de-
fended his economic plan sent
to Congress three weeks ago as
still sound. lie followed this
un yesterday with some tough
tnik to his Cabinet, urging that
it nrorntlyv nash legislation and
take administrative action to
carry out his program.
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