Summer to Be Crucial •
in Politics, Military-Dayan
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Israel For-
eign Minister Moshe Dayan declar-
ed Sunday that the coming summer
later Moshe Dayan declared Sun-
day that the coming summer
months will be a crucial period for
Israel, militarily and politically,
and urged the nation to be pre-
pared for all contingencies. Ad-
dressing a meeting at Kibbutz
Merhavya, Gen. Dayan said that
events this summer would show to
what extent President Nasser was
prepared to commit himself to all-
• ut war "to try to push us out."
He said Israel must make the
best use of the time to prepare for
new, critical tests. He called for
increased arms production, greater
efforts to stamp out terrorism,
and the establishment of patterns
of living together with the inhabi-
tants of the occupied territories.
Gen. Dayan said Israel should
begin building new settlements in
areas which it does not intend to
In a political development, Gen.
Dayan had a reportedly stormy
meeting Sunday with the Labor
Party leadership, including Pre-
mier Golda Meir and Pinhas Sapir,
Labor Party secretary-general. At
one point he stalked out of the
room in anger. He later had a pri-
vate meeting with Mrs. Meir with
only Minister of Information Israel
Galilee present. The leadership has
been disturbed by Gen. Dayan's
hints that he might leave the party
and enter next October's elections
on a separate list. They are also
reportedly disturbed by his frank
public statements and a grassroots
drive for signatures on a petition
calling for his accession to the
NEW YORK—Two left-wing Jew-
ish publications, the Morning Frei-
heit and Jewish Currents, were at-
tacked in a letter from the national
committee of the U.S. Communist
Party to its clubs.
The letter accused the Yiddish-
language daily and the monthly of
"increasingly abandoning their
past," departing "so greatly from
Marxist internationalism" and be-
coming "such sources of disorien-
tation and confusion among their
readers, that we find it necessary
to speak out."
The national committee warned
that if the papers' present course
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day," but it contended "the fight taken "a nationalist approach to
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Americans is the central issue.
Poland, leading to an unwarranted
The publications were accused of attack on the Polish government
"obsession with the false issue of and party leaders."
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