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November 09, 1984 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Jerusalem (JTA) — The final
text of Israel's three-month
wage-price-tax freeze agreement
was signed in the Prime Minis-
ter's Office Monday night after a
last-minute delay arising from
differences between Histadrut
and the Employers Association.
Premier Shimon Peres, who
played a major role in negotiating
the package, said the final version
did not differ much from the draft
initiated last Friday by represen-
tatives of Labor, management
and the government.
A last-minute hitch had de-
veloped over Histadrut's demand
that the freeze on wages should
not apply to special payments to
compensate wage-earners for the
erosion of their income during the
past six months due to inflation.
Those payments are covered in
existing labor agreements. The
matter will be hammered out by a
special committee.
Peres noted at the signing
ceremony that all three parties
have agreed to bear hardships to
restore the country's economic
health. Workers will forego one-
third of their monthly cost-of-
living increments during the
freeze period.
The Ministry of Commerce and
Industry, meanwhile, published a
list of several hundred basic con-
sumer items and the maximum
prices allowed during the three-
month freeze. There will be severe
penalties for violators.
The package deal, which the
government has been trying to
negotiate for weeks, is targeted to
bring down inflation, currently
running at an annual rate of
nearly 1,000 percent. But
economists and industrialists
warned over the weekend that
this was only a first step to create
"breathing space" for the gov-

Rabi n

approves
Palestinian bank
for West Bank

Jerusalem (JTA) — Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin con-
firmed in the Knesset last week
that he has approved the opening
of a Palestinian bank in the West
Bank. He said the move was in the
context of his and Premier Shi-
mon Peres' determination to im-
prove the quality of life and living
standards of Arabs in the terri-
tory.
Rabin said the bank would op-
erate under the close supervision
of the Bank of Israel — as do all
banks in Israel — and would pose
"no security danger."
In a related development, the
Israeli civil administration in the
West Bank last ordered the clos-
ing of Freres University in
Bethlehem following three days
during which students pelted Is-
raeli vehicles in the area.
Israeli military forces used tear
gas against the students in an ef-
fort to quell the rock-throwing.
Unrest at the university began
last Monday when students
staged a protest rally against the
rocket attack on an Arab bus in
Jerusalem the day before, in
which one Arab passenger was
killed and 10 others were
wounded.

.

ernment to work out and apply far
more stringent measures neces-
sary to restore the country's eco-
nomic health.
The most urgent need, accord-
ing to experts, is an additional $1
billion slash in government
spending. That will mean a major
slowdown in overall economic ac-
tivity with a high probability of
rising unemployment.
Earlier, the Haifa District
Court appointed a receiver for the
2,500-employee Ata Textile com-
bine. The receiver will try to re-
open the firm's plants and sell the
conglomerate.
At the same time, world Israel
Bond leaders were told in
Jerusalem that Israel Bond sales
have fallen sharply because of Is-
rael's economic situation. Yehuda
Halevy of the Bond organization
said total sales have dropped from
$150 million last year to $100 mil-
lion for the same period this year.
Forty Bond leaders and leaders
of the United Jewish Appeal were
in Israel over the weekend to plan
a gathering of Jewish
businessmen from throughout the
world to decide on ways to help
restore Israel's economy.
A sizeable majority of Israelis
are prepared to make financial
sacrifices in the effort to hold
down inflation, according to a poll
published in Maariv.
The poll reported that•73.1 per-
cent of the respondents are will-
ing to forego part of their monthly
cost-of-living increments whereas
only 17.9 percent are not.

Syria-Iran military
accord revealed

Bonn (JTA) — Syria has signed
a secret accord with Teheran,
allowing Iran the use of a Syrian
military airport near the border
wih Iraq, according to the West
German Die Welt. The report was
confirmed last week by Western
diplomats here, who say that their
source is a well placed authority
in Damascus.
According to the diplomats,
Syria and Iran do not intend to use
the secret accord to threaten Is-
rael. However, they admitted that
the presence of Iranian modern
aircraft in Syria will be a source of
concern for Israeli strategists.
According to the newspaper,
the Iranian aircraft will be de-
ployed at the Deirizor Air Base in
the eastern part of Syria. From
there, they will be able to hit
targets such as the town of Mosul,
which is a major center of the oil
industry.
Die Welt said that, according to
the terms of the accord, Syria will
receive from Iran large quantities
of oil either free or at very low
prices.

Appeases feminists

Jerusalem (JTA) — Premier
Shimon Peres, in a gesture to Is-
raeli feminists, expressed regret
Tuesday that he was unable to in-
clude a woman in the unity coali-
tion government he heads and
promised to make every effort to
"amend this substantive fault" in
the future.

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