TEL AVIV (Oct. 25)
Premier Menachem Begin and President Anwar Sadat of Egypt will have another summit meeting, probably in December, in Haifa, the scene of their last previous meeting, it was learned today. They are not expected to meet, as reported earlier, at the Santa Katerina Monastery in Sinai where Sadat will attend ground-breaking ceremonies Nov. 19 for a house of worship of the Christian, Jewish and Moslem faiths to be built at the foot of Mr. Sinai.
Hassan Kamal, Sadat’s bureau chief, said today that the Egyptian leader planned no pageant or other spectacular at Santa Katerina to mark the second anniversary of his first visit to Israel. No heads of state nor other foreign dignitaries had been invited, Kamal said. He added, however, that the plans could change. There was no confirmation of reports that Begin was invited to attend the ground-breaking ceremonies.
The three-faith house of worship in Sinai is a project announced by Sadat some time ago. Plans for the structure call for a single entrance hall that will give access to three separate wings, each of which will contain its own shrine.