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August 10, 1979 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-10

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36 Friday, August 10, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Push for Concessions Caused by Poor Israel Image Abroad' Communist-Oriented Attack
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
He expressed his own rent efforts to press Israel to
Many countries suffered
Foreign Minister Moshe deep confidence and convic- make political concessions. from inflation, Dayan on Israel Originates Here

Dayan uttered a somber
public warning that Israel
is viewed abroad as "dying
economically" and this
image led foreign statesmen
to believe they could pres-
sure Israel for new conces-
sions.
In newspaper interviews,
Dayan blamed the coalition
and the ministers responsi-
ble for the economy for this
state of affairs.

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tion that Israel had the
strength to stand up for its
vital interests — and with-
stand demands for changes
in Resolution 242.
In an appearance
Tuesday before the
Knesset Foreign Affairs
and Defense Committee,
Dayan disclosed that U.S.
Secretary of State Cyrus
Vance had asked Israel
several days ago whether
the press reports of its
imminent economic col-
lapse were true, and if so
whether the U.S. could
extend any help.
Dayan argued, in his in-
terviews, to the committee,
and last Sunday to the
cabinet that this image of
economic weakness was in-
timately bound up with cur-

Dayan's statements
quickly became the political
focal point, both in
Jerusalem and at the au-
tonomy talks in Haifa.
There was speculation that
he was preparing his own
resignation, and other
speculation that he sought
to move Begin to make
changes in the composition
of the cabinet.
Likud Knesseters ex-
pressed shock and dismay at
the fierceness of Dayan's
public attacks upon the
government in which he
serves. Opposition Knesset-
ers seized upon Dayan's
words as demonstrating the
discord within the govern-
ment: Labor's Moshe
Shahal said the conclusion
should be not only Dayan's
resignation, but that of the
entire cabinet.
Excerpts from Dayan's
interview: In the eyes of
the world we seem to be
dying economically ... I
am not sure whether the
Histadrut ... would give
their support to this so-
cial and economic chaos
if Labor were in power
... perhaps this is legiti-
mate, but what it means
in our situation is suicide,
and the Histadrut is not
blameless in this, but first
and foremost it is the co-
alition itself that is to
blame."
It is not a matter of per-
sonalities (in reference to
Finance Minister Simha
Ehrlich). I protest vocifer-
ously at the fact that the Fi-
nance Ministry heard of the
change in U.S. air for build-
ing the Negev airfields —
from grant to loan — and
kept silent."

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noted, "but in our case, not
only do we not overcome it,
we do not seem to know how
to tackle it at all. . . . that is
why the world thinks of us
as a dead man, as someone
about to go bankrupt."
Meanwhile, the Likud
government slapped price
controls on a wide variety of
consumer products after an
inflationary spurt sent
prices soaring by 10-20 per-
cent.
The move immediately
drew fire from the Israel
Manufacturers Associa-
tion. Minister of Com-
merce and Industry Gi-
deon Patt who ordered
the price ceilings, admit-
ted that the measure was
distasteful to him as a
member of the Liberal
Party, but said circum-
stances forced him to
take it.
The price controls apply
to only 170 of the 350 con-
sumer items that rose in
price, among them food
products, cosmetics, soft
drinks and household clean-
sers. The manufacturers of
such items will need per-
mission from the public
committee on prices before
they can introduce further
hikes. Last month, Patt or-
dered price controls on 35
other items. c,

Israel, Nicaragua
Continue Ties

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel and Nicaragua will
continue to maintain full
diplomatic relations, ac-
cording to an exchange of
messages between the two
governments over the
weekend.
The future of diplomatic
relations between Israel
and Nicaragua was ques-
tioned following reports
from Nicaragua that Israel
had supplied military
weapons to the regime of
President Anastasio
Somoza Debayle. However,
Israel said it had ceased
supplying the Somoza re-
gime with arms at an early
stage of the Sandinista
revolution and even ordered
a ship laden with arms to
return to Israel although
the arms had been paid for
by the Nicaraguan govern-
ment.
Meanwhile, it was re-
ported that ailelegation re-
presenting the new Nicara-
guan government met last
week with Palestine Liber-
ation Organization chief
Yasir Arafat in Beirut.
There had been reports dur-
ing the Sandinista revolt
against Somoza that the
PLO had supplied the rebels
with arms.

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Dystrophy Fund

A disco to benefit the
Muscular Dystrophy Asso-
ciation will be held 7:30
p.m. Aug. 19 at the South-
field Ramada Inn.
There is a charge for tic-
kets and refreshments. For
ticket information, call
Mark Zarkin, arranger of
the disco, 967-1881. Tickets
also will be available at the
door.

A group calling itself"Put Davis, a black, Communist
People Before Profits," and radical.
headquartered at 2631
A sprinkling of Jewish
Gratiot, Detroit, has names appears on the let-
launched an attack on Is- terhead of the organization.
rael, called for support of
the PLO and criticized U.S.
A fool's vexation is pre-
aid for Israel.
sently known; but a prudent
A Communist origin to man concealeth shame.
this campaign is evidenced
in the announcement that a
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