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June 29, 1973 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-29

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22—Friday, June 29, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

French Bow to LibyaRule on Passports

PARIS (ZINS)—The press day that it was going - half
here reports that France has way" to meet the demands of
acceded to a demand of the Qaddaif. The foreign minis-
Libyan regime that all pass- try said that a rubber stamp
ports carry Arabic inscrip- containing all essential infor-
tions. mation in Arabic will be im-
Eleven other nations, printed on the passports of
among them India, Pakistan, all West German nationals
Malta, Spain, USSR and East traveling to Libya.
The ministry described the
Germany, have complied
with the policy introduced by measure as a compromise
Libyan dictator Muammar and said it has been approv-
Qaddafi that no foreign per- ed by the Libyan authorities.
son will be permitted entry It said, it was taken in order
unless his passport is written to ease the personal hard-
ships endured by German
in Arabic.
businessmen traveling to
West Germany said Sun- Libya.

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Israel Imposes Selective Three-Month
Price Freeze to Curb Inflation

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The
government announced Sun-
clay a three-month selective
price freeze, effective imme-
diately, and other measures
designed to curb inflation
and cool off an overheated
market, mainly in the build-
ing industry.
The cabinet also announced
a crackdown on price offend-
ers. But it delayed a deci-
sion to raise interest rates
until the return of Finance
Minister Pinhas Sapir, who
is visiting the United States.
The cabinet's action put an
official stamp on what the
press and public knew a week
ago would be the first price
freeze instituted by an Is-
raeli government in an elec-
tion year. It will be in effect
until Sept. 30, less than a
month before election day.
Reports last week said a
60-day freeze was being con-
templated. The extended -pe-
riod was apparently ordered
by Sapir, who said in a tele-
phone interview with the
newspaper Yediot Ahronot
that the freeze would last
three months.
During that period a total
freeze will be applied to 14
basic commodities which are
normally subsidized by the
government to keep their
prices stable.
The government will ab-
sorb price increases on any
of these items due to in-
creases on the world market
—a subsidy that it is estimat-
ed will cost the government
IL 20,000,000 a month.
A total freeze will also be
applied to bus and train
tickets, electricity and tele-
phone rates and on services
such as hotel rooms, restau-
rants, laundries and hair-
dressers.
Manufacturers will be re-
quired to absorb price rises
in imported raw materials
which increase the cost of
their finished product by up
to 2 per cent. Beyond 2 per
cent they may apply to the
government to raise their
prices.
The manufacturers a 1 s o
must absorb the 10 per cent
cost-of-living allowance that
the government has decided
to pay workers in July and
which, it is estimated, will
add 1.5 per cent to the cost
of finished products. Manu-
facturers therefore will have
to absorb at least a 3.5 per
cent increase in their costs
before they can ask the gov-
ernment for relief.
The government threat-
ened Monday to admit more
imports into Israel if local
manufacturers cut back on
production because of the
price freeze.
The ministry of commerce
and industry said that any
local shortages would be
made up by reducing cus-
toms duties on imports. The
justice ministry, meanwhile,

Action in Cemetery

3 Strike Is Stayed
3
NEW YORK — A move to
3 punish
leaders of the striking
3 cemetery
workers for con-
3 tempt was stayed because
the union's appeal of a
3 of
order directing the
3 court
strikers to return to work.
3 The contempt case was

postponed pending a hearing
on the appeal of Local 365
of the Cemetery Workers and
Greens Attendants.

has asked the Knesset for
speedy action on a bill pro-
viding prompt legal meas-
ures against any manufac-
turer violating the price
freeze. Commerce Alinister
Haim Bar Lev called on citi-
zens to report price viola-
tions.
Representatives of the Man-
ufacturers Association quit
the joint government-labor-
management committee es-
tablished to fight inflation
Sunday night in a demonstra-
tion protesting t h e price
freeze.
The freeze will not be ap-
plied to fruits and vegetables
which fluctuate in price ac-
cording to season.
Other measures include the
appointment of a ministerial
committee to check on all
public building programs
with a view to concealing or
postponing projects that are
inflationary. Limits, yet to be
formulated, will be applied
to the construction of luxury
flats while higher priority is
given to low-cost home build-
ing.

New regulations will be
promulgated empowering
magistrate courts in each
town to rule on price offend-
ers. The intention is to speed
up the judicial process and
to make the laws more ef-
fective.

Histadrut is 100 per cent
b e h i n d the government's
price freeze and will cooper-
ate in making it effective, it
was agreed after leaders of
the trade union federation
}- met with cabinet ministers.

Histadrut Secretary Gener-
al Yitzhak Ben Aharon, an
outspoken critic of govern-
ment economic policies in
the past, said the govern-
ment should be thanked for
ordering the freeze and pre-
dicted that a turn for the bet-
ter was at hand after five
months of an unhappy eco-
nomic situation.

1- Intrnmin, . .

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
number of funerals has
dropped by nearly half since
the doctor's strike began
three weeks ago, according
to statistics released by the
Jerusalem Burial Society.
Statistics culled from the
archives of the Tel Aviv
Burial Society showed a sim-
ilar drop in the number of
funerals 20 years ago when
the doctors last went on
strike.
There was no immediate
explanation of the coinci-
dence.
Striking doctors walked out
of a negotiating session Sun-
day night, demanded the res-
ignation of Health Minister
Victor Shem.tov and declared
that they would intensify
their strike against govern-
ment hospitals and public
health agencies.
The 6,000 striking physi-
cians, all publicly employed,
are demanding a 60 per cent
salary increase while the gov-
ernment is holding the line
at 45.6 per cent.

Israelis Hit French
for Nuclear Tests

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The
National Association of Israe-
li Students denounced French
nuclear testing in the Pacific.
In a cable to the Asian
Students Association, the Is-
raeli group proposed that
France be condemned for de-
fying an International Court
decision to cease the tests.
The Israeli cable was sent
in response to a referendum
by the ASA among its con-
stituents, which include Is-
rael, on the nuclear testing
issue.
The ASA is the largest
student body in Asia, con-
sisting of seven full mem-
bers, Israel among them, and
20 associate members.

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