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August 09, 1974 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-09

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Another Round of Price Hikes
to Follow High COL Allowances

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

high cost-of-living allowances
to Israeli workers, effective
last month, will produce still
another round' of increases
in consumer prices, economic
experts asserted.
Those increases, they ad-
ded, almost certainly will
lead to another hike in cost-
of-living allowances toward
the the end of this year, pos-
ing the likelihood of continua-
4: -
of a "vicious circle" of
mer price rises spur-
n g wage increases with no
end in sight.
The experts cited a decision
by Commerce and Industry
Minister Haim Barley accept-
ing the claims of both pri-
vate and Histadrut-owned in-
dustry spokesmen that they
could no longer absorb the
increased costs of production
stemming from the impact of
the cost-of-living allowances.
Barley said he would in-
struct the prices committee-
to recognize the allowances
as a factor in the increase
of prices of industrial pro-
ducts. The results will be a
general increase in the prices
of industrial products.
The unparalleled high level
of allowances paid as of last
month resulted from the im-
pact of world price changes,
the government's decision to
cut off subsidies for consum-

NEW YORK — The Cat-
skill Mountains are ringing
these days with shouts of
"amigos!" and "Moishie!"
at the "Central America is-
land" in the summer camps
of Agudath Israel of Ameri-
ca.
Camp Aguda for boys in
Ferndale, and Camp Bnos
for girls, in Liberty, under-
took this summer to provide
contingents of Jewish youth
from Central American
countries with the Aguda
Camps' Torah spirit and in-
tensive Jewish education pro-
grams.
Agudath Israel's recruiters
organized 25 boys and girls
from Columbia, Venezuela
and Mexico, specially chosen
for their potential to develop
as Jewish leaders in their
native land.
The. language barrier was
overcome by engaging spe-
cial Spanish-speaking Torah
tutors. Children from more
than 50 American cities are
at these camps.

Spanish in Catskills
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Record er goods and various other at Orthodox Camps

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Red Magen David
Sends Aid to Cyprus

TEL AVIV — Five and a
half tons of emergency medi-
cines and medical supplies
were sent by Magen David
Adorn in Israel to aid war
casualties in Cyprus. The
supplies were air-lifted from
the Ben-Gurion Airport in a
special plane provided by
the International Red Cross.
The shipment consisted of
blood and blood plasma, anti-
biotics, bandages, transfu-
sions and other medical sup-
plies.

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monetary decisions of the gov-
ernment.
In the past, industry has
been able to absorb the in-
creased allowances • because
increased productivity has
followed each wage rise.
This time, however, indus-
try spokesmen told Marley,
the new allowances and re-
lated expenses amounted to a
40 per cent increase in
wages, accountig for 20 per
cent of their production costs
which they could not absorb.

JDL Leader
Alleges He Got
Death Threat

SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)-
Roger Pavlow, San Francisco
area Jewish Defense League
coordinator, said he had
filed a complaint against
Richard Silva, a• probation
officer in the city's police
department, demanding Sil-
va's suspension and dismis-
sal from his city job for
Tomorrow is another day
allegedly making a death if you'll drive the careful
threat against Pavlow.
way.
The Jewish Telegraphic
Agency telephoned Silva but
he could not be reached for
comment on the charges.
Silva is the father of Sandra
Silva, an avowed Nazi who is
a clerk in the city's police
department.
Pavlow and his attorney,
Terence Hallinan, made the
charge at a press conference.
A 20-year-old student at San
Francisco State College, Pay-
low alleged he had been
warned by Silva that he
would "get a bullet" in his
head if he did not stop an
investigation of the residency
status of Sandra Silva.
The woman recently re-
ceived national attention for
her outspoken Nazi views and
for regular attendance at
Nazi rallies in a Nazi uni-
form.
Pavlow said the alleged
threat had been passed to
him by Ed Schlageter, pro-
bation officer for Pavlow on
the JDL coordinator's con-
viction for hitting a Nazi at a
March 5 meeting of the board
of education.
Pavlow said he had been
convicted of _ battery and
given a six-month suspended
sentence and 18 months'
probation.
Pavlow told the JTA that
he had a tape of the threat,
as purportedly passed to him
by Schlageter, as well as wit-
nesses who, he claimed had
heard the allegeci threat.

Friday, August 9, 1974-9

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JERUSALEM — The first
trees of a 30,000 tree forest
in memory of the soldiers
from Kfar Saba who fell in
the Yom Kippur War, were
planted recently at a cere-
mony organized by the Jew-
ish National Fund in cooper-
atidn with the municipality
of Kfar Saba. The 1,000 dun-
am (250 acres) forest will be
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