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May 25, 1979 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, May 25, 1919

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Likud Defeats 3 No-Confidence
Votes Over Run-Away Inflation

Lights! Action!

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exception to party discipline
was the section of "Laam"
led by Yigael Hurwitz, the
former trade minister, did
not take part in the vote —
an expression of its grave
doubts over the govern-
ment's economic policy.
As the debate proceeded,
word filtered through of the
Finance Ministry intention
to slash a further IL 3-4 bil-
lion ($120-160 million) from
this year's annual budget.
Finance Ministry sources
explained that the atmos-
phere engendered in the
Cabinet by April's shocking
8.7 percent cost-of-living
index leap was particularly
favorable to budgetary cuts
— and so Simha Ehrlich and
his aides are losing no time
in preparing a supplemen-
tary program of cuts. This
will be presented to the
Cabinet Sunday — so that
the total budget cut which
the ministers will be ex-

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
series of opposition no-
confidence motions on eco-
nomic issues were defeated
in the Knesset Monday by a
majority of 52-44. The only

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pected to approve will top IL
7 billion.
The no-confidence mo-
tions were presented by
Labor, Shai and the
Communists, and were
supported in the votes by
other left and liberal fac-
tions.
Labor leader Shimon
Peres flayed the govern-
ment for its ostensibly lib-
eral economic policy which
he said was directly respon-
sible for the galloping infla-
tion. He warned that the
situation was ,leading to a
dangerous level of depen-
dence on the U.S.
Peres dwelt at length on
the Labor movement's his-
toric contributions to the
upbuilding of the country.
This prompted Ehrlich, in
his reply, to stress the roles
of free-enterprise, early
farmer-settlers.
The historic argument
quickly turned into a free-
for-all, with Knesseters of
various political persua-
sions shouting the credits of
their various movements
achieved decades ago — and
degrading the contributions
of rival movements.
Tuesday, Labor sub-
mitted another no-
confidence motion — ap-
parently part of a deter-
mined parliamentary as-
sault by the opposition —
this one on the state of the
housing market.
Ehrlich has proposed, in
addition to cuts in the na-
tional budget, a freeze on
civil service hiring, higher
interest rates on develop-
ment loans and periodic in-
creases in the value-added
tax to reduce Israel's infla-
tion rate.

Bedouins Force
Airfield Change

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Diffi-
culties arising from the ex-
propriation of Bedouin
lands have led American
construction circles to
abandon their plans to build
a large military airfield at
Tel Malhata in the Negev, it
was reported from
Beersheba.
The Americans will build
two smaller airfields, one
near Mitzpeh Ramon and
the other near Yotveta
while the main base at Tel
Mahata will be built by Is-
rael.

Israel Founders'
Memorials Ok'd

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
State memorial services
will be held from now on at
the gravesides of Theodor
Herzl, Chaim Weizmann,
Zeev Jabotinsky and David
Ben-Gurion, the Cabinet
decided Sunday.
The decision came at the
suggestion of Premier
Menahem Begin. The cere-
monies for Herzl and
Jabotinsky will be held on
Mt. Herzl in Jerusalem; and
for Weizmann at his grave
in Rehovot.
The Ben-Gurion cere-
mony will be held at Sde
Boker in the Negev.

Ford Worker Called a Nazi

NEW YORK — Approx-
imately 30 members of Con-
cerned Jewish Youth in-
vaded the New York offices
of Ford Motor Co. last week
and demanded that the firm
fire a Cleveland worker
they alleged was a Nazi
camp guard in Poland dun

ing World War II.
The students occupied the
offices for four hours: Re-
cent stories in the Cleve-
land and Chicago papers
say that the employee, Ivan
Demjanjuk, a Ford plant
mechanic for 25 years, was a
guard at Treblinka.

Rio De Janeiro
Visit Canceled
by Iraqi VP

The Joint Distribution
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160 yeshivot in Israel with
more than 24,000 students.

RIO DE JANEIRO, (JTA)
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