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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 29, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaNovember Florence Horning news Egypt Syria and Jordan invited to negotiations with Israel in Geneva Washington is Rael Egypt. Syria and Jordan have been invited to attend the Middle Kast peace negotiations expected to begin in Geneva in mid december . Officials acknowledged wednesday. The palestinians apparently will not be present at the first stage of talks. Both Israel and Jordan Are known to have resisted participation by Palestine Ian representatives at least at the Start. George Vest the state department spokesman said sep Arate invitations to Jordan bad been extended by the United states and the soviet Union which have played a major role promoting cease fires and the peace conference Likely to begin dec. The . Officials in listing the other parties said washing ton Moscow and the United nations All would have representatives attending. Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger has publicly suggested that the difficult palestinian question need not be addressed in the first phase when probably the military issues will loom largest. However he said the Issue is one of the key questions that will come up in seeking a last . The invitation to Syria meath. To imply hat. There soon will be a Resolution of its conflict with Israel Over prisoners. The irae etis have insisted that Syria follow Egypt s Lead and Exchange prisoners some of whom have been held since the 1967 War. But Syria has demanded As a precondition hat Israel pull its forces Back from occupied Arab territory. Kissinger most prominent in arranging the negotiating proc Ess was on Capitol Hiu Brief ing the House foreign affairs com Mittee in secret session on his trip to Egypt and other Arab countries Earll Erthis month. He is considering a return visit to Cairo to see president Anwar Sadat before the negotiations begin. On the same swing he would go to Israel to meet with prime minister Goldamer Braswell. Vest said he is unable to Bunce Kissinger s schedule. The Secretary s plans Are still in what i can Only Call planning he said. It was understood that Joseph a. Sisco the state top Middle East expert plans to Slep Down apparently to become president of Hamilton College w Clinton. . Sisco Lias been Secretary of state for mate Stem and South asian affairs 1969. Garbage to Energy feasible Chicago Al t of Illinois scientists say they have developed a process cities can use to convert garbage into . The process could provide 5 to 10 per cent of a City s Gas needs said or. John t. Pfeffer professor of sanitary Engineer ing at the University s Urbana Campos. Lie said in an interview that such a Plant could be built within two years. Environ mental engineers John c. Liebman and Edward . Chian worked Wilh Pfeffer on the process which they demonstrated in their laboratories. Under their method cities would shred municipal garbage and then remove Glass Metal and other inert materials some of which can be recycled. The remaining garbage would be fermented producing methane Gas which can be used for fuel and Carbon dioxide which can be sold for making dry ice. For example. 1 Feffer said a cily of 300.000 produces tons of refuse a Day 25 per cent of which is inert material and 20 to 25 per cent of which is water. The remainder can generate -1.5 million cubic feet or meth Ane Yas a Day which would supplement natural Gas sup plies without the need for Long distance pipelines. L municipalities provide their collected garbage free to a conversion Plant Sale of the Gas could produce a profit of be tween 50 cents and per ton of garbage Pfeffer estimates. More help by radio proposed Washington a the White House Lias proposed major expansion of radio fre Jii envies for emergency medi Cal services to save the lives o thousands of heart attack am Accident victims. Clay t. While head Directo

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