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November 23, 1979 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 23, 1919 5

Dayan Predicts Israel-Jordan Peace; Campaign Nears $7 Million

(Continued from Page 1)
prestige of the United
States.
Irving Seligman, Cam-
paign co-chairman with
David Handleman, presid-
ing, announced that gifts
previously given in the
amount of $6,300,000 were
boosted at this rally to
$6,972,000, with an addi-
tional $4,827,000 for Project
Renewal.
Dayan, who was accom-
par0c,d to the Detroit meet-
Mrs. Dayan, was de-
e in his explanatory

statement as well as in his
replies to questions from the
gathered campaigners.
He emphasized that
Palestinians will not be de-
prived of their rights, that
Israel's policy of creating rsi
settlements meant reten-
tion of defensive forces on
the borders to assure the na-
tion's safety and that the
Arabs will have the benefits
of self-rule as well as amity
in relation to Israel. But Is-
rael's neighbor will be Jor-
dan, he declared in his au-
gury of an early agreement

with Jordan.

Gen. Dayan was
equally emphatic in his
confidence that Egypt's
President Sadat as well
as the Egyptian people
will adhere to the Camp
David agreements be-
cause they are good for
Egypt.
Recalling the conse-
quences of the 1973 Yom
Kippur War, he explained
that when the retaliating
Israeli forces were 100
kilometers from Cairo,
Sadat asked U.S. aid to end
further advances by Israel's
army. At that time, he said,
the Soviet Union offered to
help Sadat repel the Israelis
but Sadat rejected USSR
participation in Middle
been agreed upon will be East affairs. This and other
re-examined unless con- developments preceded. the
tracts have actually been Sadat visit to Jerusalem on
Nov. 19, 1977, and the even-
signed."
He said that "credit which tual peace negotiations.
Dayan dismissed the sen-
is fueling inflation" will be
slashed. It will be allowed to sationalism of the arrest of
rise by only nine percent in the mayor of Nablus. He
the next three months. said that if the Israel Sup-
"Government subsidies reme Court rules on Thurs-
have been completely day (yesterday) for his re-
abolished for milk and milk lease the government will
products and for cooking oil submit, as it did in the case
and will soon be abolished of the Elon Moreh settle-
ment.
for meat," he said.
He ridiculed the resigna-
Hurwitz also declared
that there would be no new tions of the 25 other mayors,
wage agreements until saying they can act as they
1981," meaning that wage please. His emphasis was on
contracts which come up for
renewal in 1980 will be ex-
tended for a year. "Every-
body has got to work more
and produce more. Let us go
back to our youth when we
made do with a little and
produced a lot," Hurwitz
said.

Austerity Moves
Boosting Prices

(Continued from Page 1)
Hurwitz, in a live
television interview
Monday, said "The time
has come to tell the truth.
Another nation could live
on the amount of money
we waste." He noted that
the inflation rate is 8-12
percent per month or
100-150 percent per year.
He said the proposed
measures will make the
economy more efficient
but cautioned that infla-
tion will not decline in the
first two or three months.

Hurwitz said Israel's an-
nual balance of trade deficit
stands at $4.3 billion. The
measures being introduced
will "freeze" services which
are "greatly swollen," he
said. "There will be no new
developments, no new
schools, no new hospitals.
Even projects which have

Jerusalem Buses Bombed;
Terrorists Caught at Sea

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Eight school children and
three other persons were in-
jured when bombs exploded
in two Jerusalem buses
Monday morning. The in-
juries were reported to be
slight in all but one of the
cases. Sunday night an Is-
raeli naval patrol inter-
cepted a rubber dinghy in
which terrorists were at-
tempting .to land on Israel's
coast at Achziv, north of
Nahariya. Two terrorists
were captured and two
others drowned.
Both incidents are be-
lieved to have been related
to the second anniversary of
president Anwar Sadat's
historic visit to Jerusalem.
Quick actions by alert driv-
el assengers and police
credited with averting
a major tragedy in
Jerusalem.
One bomb exploded on a
bus on Jaffa Road near Zion
Square in the heart of
downtown Jerusalem. All
passengers had been
evacuated moments before
after one of them spotted a
suspicious-looking object.
The driver, who remained
at the wheel, maneuvered
the bus out of the heavy
morning rush hour traffic
and was racing toward an
empty lot when the blast oc-
curred.
The explosion shat-
tered nearby windows

and brought traffic to a
halt. Most of the injuries
occurred on the second
bus which was about to
enter its terminal in the
eastern suburb of Kiryat
Hayovel when the bomb
exploded.
The encounter off Israel's
coast was the first instance
in three months of terrorist
maritime activity. Security
sources reported that the
dinghy opened fire on the
Israeli pastrol boat with
small arms and bazookas.
The fire was returned and
the dinghy was sunk. One of
the captured terrorists was
wounded. The bodies of two
others were washed ashore.
The dinghy was recovered
by the navy and an alert
was declared all along the
coast.

the good-will tactics of Is-
rael which, he is confident,
will lead to the best Arab-
Jewish relations.
Participants in Tues-
day's program included
Paul Zuckerman, Jay
Kogan, Lawrence tac-
kier, David Page and
Martin Citrin, who out-
lined the Jewish Welfare
Federation interest in

and concern for the suc-
cess of the Allied Jewish
Campaign.
From Detroit, Gen. and

Mrs. Dayan went to
Kalamazoo to speak at
Western Michigan Univer-
sity.

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Negev Relocation
Costs $1.4 Billion

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Congress has been informed
by the State Department
that current estimates indi-
cate the relocation of Israeli
air bases to the Negev Des-
ert from the Sinai will cost
$1.4 billion.
The U.S. government has
pledged $800 million in
grants towards the cost of
the air bases. The cost be-
tween the U.S. grant and
the actual cost will be borne
by the government of Israel.

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