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July 22, 1983 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-22

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Friday, July 22, 1983 39

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cabinet Plans Economic Debate
After Outburst by Aridor, Modai

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
,The Cabinet on Sunday
agreed to devote a full ses-
sion to Israel's troubled
economy after an angry ex-

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change on the subject be-
tween Finance Minister
Yoram Aridor and Energy
Minister Yitzhak Modai.
Premier Menahem Begin
intervened several times
when the two ministers
traded insults.
The matter was raised by
Interior Minister Yosef
Burg Tho noted that ad-
verse reports on Israel's
economic condition have
appeared in the media
abroad in recent weeks.
Burg was also concerned by
a remark over the weekend
by the Deputy Governor of
the Bank of Israel, Yakir
Plessner, that large budget
cuts were needed even
though they would reduce
living standards and possi-
bly lead to unemployment
Burg asked Aridor when
the Cabinet could expect a
full-scale discussion of the
economy. The Finance
Minister replied that he
would agree to discuss one
issue, a substantial reduc-
tion of government expen-
ditures. Modai interrupted
at that point to say that the
overriding issue is how to
rehabilitate the entire
economy. The Energy
Minister has been critical of
Aridor's policies in recent
newspaper interviews and
the Finance Minister re-
plied angrily.

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ing budget cuts to enable
the Treasury to pay for
large salary increases for
government-employed
doctors.

Aridor had warned all
along that whatever in-
creases the doctors received
would be demanded by pub-
lic employees in other sec-
tors. He pressed that point
on Begin during a meeting
over the weekend. Accord-
ing to the Finance Minister,
only a general budget cut
would make the extra funds
available.
Most other ministers
have expressed concern that
their budgets might be re-
duced. Defense Minister
Moshe Arens is on record in
favor of slashing the expen-
ditures of the "civilian
ministries" but insists that
his own defense and mili-
tary budgets must remain
intact.

Man Is Held
in Death of
Peace Activist

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
35-year-old Jerusalem man
with a past criminal record
is being held in connection
with the murder of Emil
Gruenzweig, killed last Feb.
10 when a grenade was
thrown into a group of Peace
Now demonstrators de-
manding the dismissal of
Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon.
A magistrates court or-
dered a 10-day extension of
the detention of Haim
Turjeman, a resident of
Jerusalem's Musrara quar-
ter.
The police testified that
they had information that
Turjeman was in possession
of weapons and explosives
which he intended to use for
terrorist purposes. He is
suspected of a connection
with the grenade throwing
but not of the actual mur-
der.

Israelis Visit
the Soviet Union

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
six-member delegation of
leftist Knesset members
and representatives of
peace groups left for Mos-
cow this week at the invita-
tion of the Soviet Peace
Council. They were roundly
denounced by Likud
spokesmen for making the
trip.
The delegation consists of
Shulamit Aloni and Aharon
Arel, Labor Alignment MK;
Gen. (ret.) Mattityahii
Peled of the Israel-Palestine
Committee; Benny
Barabash of Peace Now;
Uzzi Burstein, a member of
the Communist Party; and
Muma Ukas of the Kfar
Yasif village council.
They maintained that the
Soviet Union has a major
role to play in Middle East
peace efforts.

Italian Jewish General
Guiseppe Ottolenghi served
Italy as Minister of War in
1902-1903.

Lutheran Group
Pledges End
to Anti-Semitism

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Lutheran World Feder-
ation has pledged that the
writings of Martin Luther
"will never again serve in
their churches as a source
for the teaching of hatred
for Judaism and the denig-
ration of the Jewish people."
The pledge was made at
an international confer-
ence, just concluded in
Stockholm, on "Martin
Luther, the Jews and Anti-
Semitism," a three-day
meeting co-sponsored by the
Lutheran World Federation
and the International
Jewish Committee for
Interreligious Consulta-
tions (IJCIC). It was the
first international meeting
of Lutherans and Jews dur-
ing the year-long obser-
vance of Martin Luther's
500th birthday.
Rabbi Marc Tannen-
baum, national interreli-
gious affairs director of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee who attended the con-
ference, hailed the federa-
tion's declaration repudiat-
ing "the sins of Luther's
anti-Jewish remarks .. .
and his violent verbal at-
tacks against Jews" as "one
of the most significant
achievements" of the birth-
day observances.

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