24—Friday, December 10, 1971
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
-Gomulka Used Anti-Zionisni 'as Guise
for Anti-Semitism, Party Congress Told
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PARIS (JTA) — A letter by a ing, the sixth Poliih Communist
former high-ranking Polish Corn- Party Congress in Warsaw.
cnunist Party leader accusing de-
Leonid Brezhnev, secretary gen-
posed party boss Wladyslaw eral of the Soviet Communist Party,
Gomulka of using anti-Zionism as is representing the USSR at the
a guise for anti-Semitism, was Congress.
circulated among the 1,815 Polish
The letter was written by for-
delegates and representatives of mer Secretary General Ochub of
60 other Communist parties attend- the Polish Communist Party, who
was replaced by Gomulka in 1956.
He charged that his successor
"used Stalin's methods to despotic-
ally rule Poland .
The letter, quoted at length
in the newspap& Le Monde, cited
as examples "spreading legends,
myths, provocations and nationalist
JERUSALEM (JTA)—The pros- fairytales which did not hesitate to
pect that the U.S. dollar may be use anti-Semitism."
devalued does not disturb Israeli
It compared Gamulka's meth-
ods with the Stalin "Doctors'
Meanwhile, Acting Premier Yigal
Plot," the Slansky case in
Alton says he will not accept the
Czechoslovakia and the claini
reduced budget proposed for the
that "The Zionist fifth column"
ministry of education and cul-
threatens Polish Socialism.
ture for 1972.
The letter claimed that "It is
Alton, who is deputy premier these men who under the guise
and minister of education and cul- of anti-Zionism have fought against
ture, told the managers' Club that the Jews and the (real) Commu-
he will demand $60,000,000 more nists." The fact that the letter
for education than Finance Minis- was circulated at the congress and
ter Pinhas Sapir has recommended. reached Western newspapers was
It is inconceivable, he said, that seen by observers here as an in-
the future of Israel should be dication that the new Polish re-
jeopardized because insufficient gime now openly favors increased
means are allocated to the educa- liberalization and an end to anti-
tion of the country's children.
Transportatinn Minister Shimon
Peres said that he would not ac-
cept the financial ministery's pro-
posed $24,000,000 cut in the de-
velopment budget for transport
projects in fiscal 1972. He said
the proposals included a reduction
of spending on Lydda Airport
facilities from $16,600,000 to
$9,500,000 which, if carried out,
would make it impossible for
Lydda to handle the tourist traffic
expected next year.
Fin a nce ministry articles feel
the effects of devaluation would
be negligible. However, they said
Israel's economy could be ad-
versely affected in the long run
if prices rose sharply in the U.S.
in the aftermath of devaluation.
The Israeli pound is pegged to the
dollar by law at the rate of £4.20
If the dollar is reduced in value,
Israel would have to pay more to
hard currency countries in Europe
for imports but these constitute
only a small portion of Israeli pur-
chases abroad and are counter-
balanced to some extent by Israeli
exports to Europe.
Most of Israel's foreign cur-
rency reserves are in West Ger-
man marks which are expected
to be re-evaluated upwards.
Such a. move would result in a
"paper gain" for Israel's foreign
currency holdings for which the
accounting is done in dollars.
The Israeli round may be de-
tached from the dollar only by
cabinet decision subject to ap-
proval by the Knesset.
Budget Cuts, Not
Knesset Member Says
Against Orthodox Jews
Porush, a member of the Knesset
and a leader of Agudath Israel,
charged in the Knesset that Ha-
dassah Hospital was discriminat-
ing against Orthodox Jews on the
allegation that all Orthodox Jews
are associated with the extremist
elements who have personally har-
The Agudath Israel leader at the
same time sharply condemned the
violent actions of "the anonymous
handful of irresponsible persons in-
volved in this harassment who are
totally repudiated by the Orthodox
community at large."
The Agudath Israel Knesset rep-
resentative questioned the charac-
ter of the doctors who have con-
demned all Orthodox Jews as a re-
sult of the actions of a few.
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