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October 13, 1978 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-13

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12 Friday, October 13, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rewards Asked for Mideast Countries Who Seek Peace

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Sen. Frank Church (D-
Idaho) urged the Carter
Administration to Bolster
U.S. policy in the Middle
East with a strategy "that
rewards those who work
with us" for peace and
extrac t:s "a price from those
who work against us."
Church, who will assume
the chairmanship of the Se-
nate Foreign Relations
Committee in January, out-
lined his "incentives -for
peace" 'in remarks prepared
for delivery at a dinner of
the American Friends of
Haifa University in New
York. The organization will
present him with the Car-
mel Laureate Award on the
occasion of Haifa Univer-
sity's eighth anniversary.
In his speech, Church
urged all countries in the
Middle East to support
the Camp David accords
and emphasized espe-
cially the roles of Jordan
and Saudi Arabia. He
indicated that the U.S.
should demand more
than "benign indif-
ference" from the Saudis.
He noted that the U.S. be-
gins "its new partner ,
ship" with Israel and
Egypt in the peace-
making process, it should
halt economic aid to
Syria if that country re-
fuses to withdraw its
forces from Lebanon or
refuses to establish "a se-
cure, recognized border
on the Golan Heights."

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Church said that U.S. and Jordan . . . exerts
military assistance for Is- much leverage on the
rael must continue and policies of those three coun-
warned that "Israel will tries." He said "it is impera-
be confronted for years tive that we make clear to
to come with those Arab the Saudi government-that
extremeists bent on the our strategic concerns are
destruction of the Jewish mutual, that our interests
are interwined and in the
state."
k
He called for a firm
U.S. last analysis it is the
line with Saudi Arabia -- American security um-
which "through its massive brella which shields the
financial aid to Egypt, Syria kingdom from potential

In Tribute To Begin

In the aftermath of the Camp David summit

By MERIAM MARGOLIS

Ecstasy and agony,
Sunshine and . bitter' tedrs,
Boundless joy at dawning peace

Underscored by fears



No one, anguish felt more deeply,
But he had no other, choice;
"Ein Breira", clearly mirrored
In Begin's face and voice.

Iraqi or Soviet agression."
In such circumstances,
Church declared, "we
have every right to ex-
pect the full and regional
peace .. . even a Saudi
policy of benign indif-
ference falls immeasura-
ble short of what we, the
de facto protector of
Saudi Arabis, should ex-
pect."
Church recalled that the
administration justified its
sale of 60 F-15 jets to Saudi
Arabia last spring by what ..
it called "the immense im-
portance of Saudi Arabia in
prothoting a moderate and
_responsible course both in
Middle East regional de-
including
VelOpments
peace-making and interna-
tional economic and* finan-
cial affairs." He declared
that "tonight, I remind the
administration of its own
words.



His heart by firm resolve was steeled,
As all the odds he weighed:
Through war clouds the peace envisioned
And for this, high price he paid.

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Peace, for thirty years so longed for,
Yearned for, like for distant star,
To bring closer now, he promised,
Naught, he said, this goal shall bar!

He, who was among the bravest
In redeeming Israel,
Stands, again, among her heroes,
In her quest for peace, as well!

Let us hail Menahem Begin!
Let us hail this leadr great!
Let's pray for his strength and courage,
As he guides his nation's fate!

Ehrlich Proposals to Reflect
Cost of Sinai Withdrawal

JERUSALEM . (JTA) —
Finance Minister Simha Er-
lich briefed the cabinet on
his proposals for the next
budget which will have to
reflect the heavy costs of
military withdrawal from
Sinai and the construction
of new defense lines in the
Negev.
The cabinet met for five
hours in special session de
voted to budgetary matters.
Premier Menahem Begin,
who was hospitalized over
the weekend for fatigue,
remained at home on doc-
tor's orders and will be
briefed separately by
Ehrlich.
Ehrlich reportedly out-
lined a program of tight con-
trols for 1979-80 fiscal year.
He is said to want defense
spending he Idio a minimum
because of the expected fi-
nancial burden: of dismantl- -
ing Israel',s infrastructure
in Sinai under terms of a
peace treaty with Egypt.
Consumers will face new
hardships as a result of
further cuts in government
price subsidies for food.
The treasury believes
that if its plans are
adopted inflation can be
held at 30 percent in the
next fiscal year, a sub-
stantial drop compared
to the present rate.
The plans would dis-
courage wage and salary in-
creases from rising in real
terms above the inflation
rate although employed
persons would continue to
receive cost-of-living' com-

pensation up to 70 percent
of inflationary increases.
One goal set for the next fis-
cal year is to close Israel's
balance of payments gap.
Officials said that the
proposed measures would
not hurt low income groups,
but some independent
economists believe other-
wise.

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