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August 08, 1975 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, August 8, 1975

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True Freedom

To be free in action, in
struggle, in undiverted and
purposeful achievement, to
* move forward toward a wor-
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and European Artists
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Ar vital and aglow in the exer-
Featuring Original Graphics By If' cise of a great enterprise —
Norman Rockwell
t that is to be free, and to
and LeRoy Neiman
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know the joy and exhilara-
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4, . tion of true freedom.
,Northland and Eastland Center
— Abba Hillel Silver

Golda's Lawsuit
in Lesser Court

PLO has been invited to
send observers to attend
meetings of the Inter-Par-
liamentary Union (IPU) in
London in September.
It is understood that al-
though the PLO representa-
tives will not be allowed to

NEW YORK — Lawyers
for former Israel Premier
Golda Meir withdrew her
$3-million damage suit in
Manhattan Federal District
Court against Commentary
magazine, the American
Jewish Committee and a
reporter, • but kept alive an
equivalent suit in New York
State Supreme Court. No
explanation was available
for the action.

UNITED NATIONS,
(JTA) — The United Na-
tions Committee on Confer-
ences decided to hold the
fifth Congress on Crime and
the Treatment of Offenders
in Geneva on Sept. 1. The
Committee rejected a pro-
posal by Canada to postpone
the congress until next year.
The conference was to
have been held in Toronto
but the Canadian govern-
ment announced that it had
asked Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim to postpone
the conference.
The Canadian action
came after strong opposi-
tion developed in that coun-
try to admitting representa-
tives from the Palestine
Liberation Organization to
Canada to attend the con-
gress as observers.
Canadian Ambassador
Goeffrey Bruce expressed
his government's "dis-
appointment and concern"
that the committee was
not willing to agree to
Canada's request for a
postponement.
Meanwhile,
despite
strong opposition from Brit-
ain and other Western par-
liamentary delegations, the

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Israel Economy Slows During
Early '75 Bank of Israel Says

JERUSALEM (JTA)-
The Bank of Israel reported
that Israel has suffered an
economic slowdown during
the first six months of this
year.
Industrial production was
down five percent and pri-
vate consumption decreased
by the same figure, the bank
reported. Exports declined
slightly although they had
been expected to rise as a re-
sult of the 43 percent deval-
uation of the Israeli pound
last November and the fur-
ther two percent devalua-
tion last May.
The bank's report ex-
pressed particular concern
over the export decline be-
cause exports are regarded
as one of the most impor-
tant means of reducing Is-
rael's balance of payments
deficit which is currently,
unofficially, estimated at IL
6 billion.
The Bank of Israel's lat-
est report refuted the op-

timistic statements of
some of Israel's leading
economic experts, includ-
ing former Finance Minis-
ter Pinhas Sapir, who
frequently claimed that
the world economic reces-
sion was felt less by Israel
than by the Western coun-
tries.

One of the most ominous
features of the report was
the announcement that un-
employment increased by
3.5 percent in the first
quarter of the year, the big-
gest increase since 1971. The
report anticipated a moder-
ate continuation of this
trend although its statistics
supported Labor Ministry
claims of a manpower short-
age, especially in the indus-
trial sector.
According to the Bank of
Israel, Israel's economic
slowdown is due to the rela-
tive stability of world prices
resulting from the produc-
tion slowdown in the West
which produced a negative
effect on Israeli exports.

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Tov, a former head of the
Latin American Depart-
ment in the Israeli Foreign
Ministry, described Israeli-
Chilean relations as "ex-
cellent" and thanked Chile's
government for its "un-
derstanding" of Israel's po-
sition in the Middle East
conflict. To mark the occa-
sion, Tov was feted by the
Chilean Jewish community
and by high ranking person-
alities from Chile's political
and diplomatic circles.

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government of Chile, headed
by General Augusto Pin-
ochet, recently decorated
Moshe A. Tov, upon the ter-
mination of his. four years
as Israel's ambassador to
Santiago.

The Order of Merit, "Gran
Cruz" Class, was awarded to
Tov by Chilean Foreign Min-
ister, Vice Admiral Patricio
Carvajal, who said at the
decoration ceremony that
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are inspired by similar
ideals and experiences" and
that both governments
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