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February 17, 1961 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-17

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Seeks Religious Support
to Form New Government

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

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gresive Party reiterated a firm members, in a 'display of party
JEWELERS
TtL-AVIV — Prime Minister refusal to President Ben-Zvi discipline, all cast their votes
Authorized Hamilton
to
join
a
renewed
coalition
for Lavon's dismisal. The 46
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Ben-Gurion and religious bloc
with Ben-Gurion as premier, members of the other parties
leader Moshe Shapiro were
18963 Livernois
UN 1-8184
a stand also joined by two all voted against the ouster.
OPEN THURS. TO 9 P.M.
scheduled to meet Thursday for
what would be a decisive meet- other former coalition part-
Lavon accepted the verdict
Notse•••••••••mostoseem•••semom eeme•
ing in Ben-Gurion's efforts to ' ners, the left wing Mapam
in a lengthy letter which he •
ir
and
Achdut
Avodah.
create a new coalition govern-
read before the meeting. It
BECAUSE
OF
POPULAR
DEMAND


The National Religious Party, contained a dramatic warn- •
ment.


Acceptance by Shapiro of however, was reported as re- ing: "Woe to the public that

Ben-Gurion's bid to the religious maining deeply split over the depends on this or that man."


bloc to join a small coalition Mapai bid with intellectuals and This was a clearly under-

students
in
opposition
and
the
stood reference to the cam-
would lead Ben-Gurion to in-


form President Ben-Zvi he majority under Shapiro favor- paign waged by Ben-Gurion's
supporters in the b
would accept • the nomination of ing acceptance.

against Lavon
premier designate. Israel has
Elections within the religious
as

Will Continue the Sale
been directed by- a caretaker bloc are due in a few months based on
e that,


wr g, Ben-
government since Ben-Gurion and some observers suggested righ
of the Fine Recording

J. SPITZER
resigned Jan. 31.
esential to Israel.
that if Shapiro led the religious


The terms which Shapiro bloc into a Ben-Gurion-heade
His supporters then ' read

was demanding for participa- coalition, his foes would r y statements in his support and
tion included a commitment against him under the sloe of urged him to stay in office.
by Ben-Gurion and his Mapai "defense of Democracy ainst Lavon, -ver c vote

Party to legislate a national Ben-Gurion's support -" and agains
(From The Sound Track of The Movie)
a

Sabbath law and a ban on

try to unseat Shapir as reli- meeting
a
tral

pork throughout Israel.
gious bloc leader.
committe- a
said it wa

The Mapai has offered three

vious
ould not stay in •
On the other han the Ben-
e.

ministries, one more than the
Gurion offer of dditional

Aharon Becker be
acting
religious bloc had in the prior cabinet posts p • sumably secretary gene

Histadrut,
government, plus the post of would give the reli
s bloc and it is
ed . that he will
deputy minister of education.
leaders ample patrol
avon's policy of striv-
The Mapai reportedly was ready
distribute to the many dissi- ing to retain the labor federa-
e
even to give such commitments
dents in the bloc.
tion's power in Israel and within
to avoid new general elections.
the government.
Meanwhile
Israel's
Foreign
Even the religious bloc party
Minister Golda •Meir and Com-
newspaper, Hatzofe, urged any
kind of coalition rather than merce Minister Pinhas Sapir-- Israel's Farm Exports
"pushing the country into an two Mapai members of the Cab- Increase by $5 Million
inet Who had been refusing to
election turmoil."
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
serve in another Ben-Gurion
to The Jewish News)
Ben-Gurion turned to the
Cabinet—were
reported
to
have
JERUSALEM
— Israel agricul-
idea of a small coalition which
would include the Aguda reversed their refusal, ' thus tural exports in 1960 totalled
• •
Workers Party when the Pro- -making it easier for David Ben- $62,100,000, a gain of $5 million •
HI-FI
Gurion to form a new govern- over the value of such exports
STEREO
ment under his premiership.
$R471.0
in 1959, the Agriculture Ministry •
Re g .
$3 5
$250 Re
The two, reportedly, agreed re • orted Wednesday.
$5.00
reluctantly only aft
argest increase was in

party associates
arned the exp t of eggs. Increases
them that their
us- to serve were repo ed also in citrus fruit,
• Continued from Page 1 •
in the new c net may lead to vegetables peanuts and bananas.
Nazi Holocaust at Bar Ilan Uni- the necessi of holding national
HEBREW BOOK
versity in Ramat Gan; and the elections hich neither t, e

Benevolent Association of Cen- country or the
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could ord at this ;is


The House of Bargains"
unice and Jerry


Scharf, 48, who did not dis-
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close the amount of hig fee, said Herut met Shapi and pro
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of Curtis
that in accepting the assignment, posed wide coalition, he
Seven Mile Road


(Over 700 Already Sold)

he was motivated by the prin-_ by S
See Page 6

iro, of all p
ex-
ciple that Dr. Servatius, a foreign cept
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lawyer, should be afforded every ' Mean
hundreds of
assistance to conduct an ade- students demonstrated in
quate defense.
Jerusalem, protesting against
* * •
the "anti-democratic" trends
Neo-Nazis Plan Reprisals
manifested in public circles in
Against Eichmann 'Informers'
connection with the Lavon
LONDON, (JTA)—A world- affair. 'Their carried placards
wide commando unit to take re- protesting the ouster of Pin-
prisal action "against alleged in- has Lavon as secretary-gen-
formers for the trial of Eich- eral of Histadrut, the Israel
mann," is being organized among Federation of Labor. Lavon
neo-Nazi groups, it was reported was ousted by a solid Mapai
here.
vote last week ' after Ben-
The Home Office ordered a Gurion had announced he
countrywide watch over certain would not seek to form a new
members of the newly organized
government unless Lavon
British National Party, • after un- were removed from office.
dercover agents of the British
The demonstration was geared
Government, who attended inner
to coincide with the consulta-
council meetings of neo-Nazis in tions now being conducted by
houses here, reported that dele-
President Izhak Ben-Zvi with
gates from Austrian, German party
rs over constitution
and Swedish Nazi parties sought of
was
recruits for the reprisal unit
to influence the ead-
from among British groups:
It's only natural that more people
ers to refuse t• serve in
new
The agents reported that tho
will save where their savings EARN .
coalition led
attending the clandestine m
The ust -
Lavon
more ... and American Savings has
His-
at Michigan's
ings wore brown shirts, bl
tad
came
always paid a consistently higher
ties, arm bands and Ger
at
istadrut
rate.
Combine that advantage with
Largest
State
Chartered
type caps. A special branch
exec
58 Mapai
Scotland Yard has been assig
government-insured safety and
the task of watching develo
Savings Association
ready availability of funds and you
ments in the matter while secret
have the reasons why more and
di oyes warn Ger-
more
people today are saving "the
n, . ustrian and
aeli au-
American Way." A friendly neigh-
thorities, are expect
to be
made this
borhood braneh office near you.
Me
ate pam-
Come in and get acquainted.
Phl
Eichmann
Tr• ,
Assets over $100,000,000
Jewish Atro-
CURRENT RATE
ci •
were
stributed in 36
Sri i s

Eichmann Trial
to Be . in April

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