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Israeli-transjordan Armistice Pact Now Expected to Be Singed Monday Tel Aviv Hears

The armistice agreement between Israel and Trans Jordan probably will be signed next Monday at Rhodes, responsible sources predicted today.

Reuven Shiloah, of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, and Lt. Col, Mosha Dayan, commander of the Jerusalem front, were scheduled to return today to Rhodes but their departure has now been delayed until tomorrow. The final negotiations preliminary to the formal signing of the armistice pact are not expected to require more than three days.