JERUSALEM (Sep. 13)
Joseph Johnson, the special envoy of the United Nations Palestine Conciliation Commission currently touring the Middle East, arrived here today from Jordan via the Mandelbaum Gate for a two-day visit to discuss the Palesttine refugee problem. Following a tour of Jerusalem and the Lachish area, Mr. Johnson will meet tomorrow with Foreign Minister Golda Meir in Tel Aviv where he will also be guest of honor at a dinner tendered by the Foreign Ministry. On Friday, Mr. Johnson will meet with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and will be received by President Izhak Ben-Zvi.
Mrs. Meir will leave Sunday for New York where she will head Israel’s delegation to the forthcoming session of the United Nations General Assembly which opens on September 19.