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Representatives Meet with Israeli Governor of Jerusalem on Truce Problems

Dr. Bernard Joseph, Israeli military governor Jerusalem, and Gen. Aage Lundstrcem and Gen. William Riley of the U.N. mediator’s last night discussed the evacuation of Arab troops Iron areas seized during the and the protection of Jewish personnel working at the Latrun water pumping ##on, it was reported here today.

Dr. Joseph pointed cut to the U.N. observers that the Egyptians had set up on string of fortified positions adjoining the Red Cross enclave in the southern skirts of the city and that the Arab Legion troops illegally occupying positions ### Zion had not cleared out as ordered by the U.N. He also emphasized that the #### must carry out its pledges to replace the Jewish personnel now on duty under U.N. on demilitarized Mt. Scopus.

As for repairing the Latrun station, blasted by the Arabs last month, the lator’s representatives said that the Arab Legion has already agreed to their ##sals for the protection of Jewish technicians assigned to duty at the installer## which is in Arab controlled territory. Arrangements wore made for the media## staff to meet with Jewish water engineers in Tel Aviv later this week.

A report from Bagdad today stated that on Iraqi Jew, Shafiq Ades, had been fenced to death and fined 5,000,000 dinars (approximately $12,000,000) for agedly aiding the Israelis in the war. Ades was accused of having purchased plus British Army supplies and shipped then to Israel for war uses. The fine be collected immediately from Ades, who is known to be one of the wealthiest in the country. The death sentence, however, is subject to the approval of going Feisal.

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