JERUSALEM (Mar. 5)
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, co-chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, today met with Premier David Ben Gurion and discussed with him plans for improvement of relations between the United Jewish Appeal and the Israel bond drive in the United States.
The two also discussed the projected status for the Jewish Agency as well as financial problems arising from the new government economic policy. Another meeting between the Israel Premier and Dr. Goldmann is scheduled to take place within a few days.
The Jewish Agency has completed plans for the establishment of 50 new agricultural settlements during the coming year, it was learned here today. Implementation of the plans depends on the approval by Parliament of the national development budget, which it is expected to consider toward the end of the month.