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October 29, 1965 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-29

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Eshkol Celebrates 70th Birthday
With Vigorous `Str ► ll' Around Cit

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol, who became
70 years of age Monday, began
celebrating his birthday Sunday
night by campaigning vigorously
for the election of the . 1VLapai-
Ahdut Avoda slate in the general
lections to be- held next Tuesday.
He addressed several street ral-
lies, visited the Baka and Kata-
mon districts of this city, populat-
ed chiefly by new immigrants, ad-
dressed crowds from the balconies
of apartment houses in those
areas, and entered homes where
he shook hands with the residents
and urged them to vote for the
ticket which he heads. In one of
the homes, he was presented with
a large birthday cake.

Deputy Premier Abba Eban
reported Tuesday that public
opinion polls taken for the
Mapai-Ahdut Avoda alignment
had made the two parties "very
optimistic" about the outcome of
the elections. He added that the
polls indicated that Rafi would
be "lucky" to get more than 10
seats in Israel's parliament.

He said the Polls did not indi:
cate there would be any great in-
crease for the Gahal list or for the
opposition Mapam - or the National
Religious bloc. He said that he
personally favored formation of a
"classic coalition" under Premier

Eshkol of Mapai, Ahdut Avoda, the
National Religious Party, Mapam
and the Independent Liberals who
refused to join the Gahal align-
ment.

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2.cups canned bean
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2 onions, sliced thin
1/2 cup beef bouillon
1 cup chopped celery
1/4 cup soy sauce
2 cups canned mushrooms,
1. teaspoon sugar
sliced and drained
freshly ground black pepper
1 pound spinach, cut in
boiled rice
1-inch strips
Heat large iron skillet. Rub inside of skillet with suet, then fry suet for
5 minutes or until skillet is well greased. Remaining bits of suet may be
removed and discarded. Saute onions for 5 minutes. Add celery, mush-
rooms, spinach, scallions and bean sprouts and cook over high heat for
5 minutes, stirring frequently. Push vegetables to one side of pan, add
steak and fry for 3 minutes. Stir steak and vegetables together. Add
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Eshkol's canvassing of the
residential neighborhood was
typical of the last stages of the
long election campaign to be
culminated at the polls, where
the Israeli voters will choose
120 members of the next Knes-
set.

Many Israelis are frankly tired

of the long campaign in which a

new group, David Ben-Gurion's
Israel Workers List (Rafi) is
challenging the Eshkol leadership
of the Mapai-Ahdut Avoda align-
ment, while another group, Gahal,
uniting Herut and the General
Zionists, is contending for suprem-
acy at the polls.
In most of his speeches, Eshkol
urged the voters to give the Mapai-
Ahdut Av.oda alignment a plural-
ity large enough to enable his
group to form a coalition govern-
ment "without making it necessary
to give far-reaching concessions to
minor parties."
A group of Mapai veterans were
disclosed Monday to have met
with former Premier David Ben-
Gurion in a bid to heal the party
breach after the Nov. 2 municipal
and parliamentary elections. The
party leaders spoke with Ben-
Gurion for more than an hour.
At one point in the talks, one
of the leaders proposed formation'
of a committee of three to arbi-
trate the dispute between Premier
Eshkol and former Premier Ben-
Gurion. To this Ben-Gurion re-
portedly commented "very well,
but they should be judges."

Israeli Journalists Plan
Strike Against Libel Law

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Israel
Journalists Association voted to
conduct a 24-hour strike on Nov.
16 in protest against a new law,
passed during the last session of
the Knesse (parliament). The law,
defining libel, is said by the journ-
alists to contain clauses curbing
freedom of the press.
The Journalists Association had
denounced the new libel law since
its adoption and threatened to
strike in protest. However, the
walk-out was delayed until after
Israel's _general elections, which
will be held Nov. 2.

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