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'Labor Pains' Felt at Forming New Government
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tiatiw: committee of the I :that'
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all factions in the outgoing lit
nowt!coatitton cabinet in an et
lot t t o t or n,
Ch. , '
t hat t.1 , 1. Sunday by
In addition to
Mrs Men - . the
negollat1W: committee consists of
I.: ba n
Pawns Salm - , minister without
portfolio and si•cret.ii y •:i•iier31
'of the 1 abor Party. NI mister of
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Aliaron B•eker. secretary general
Men- will sit in on the
negotiations only when required
•I`Nir... 11 V 11 Ito delegate to
the negoti.ifille committee because
it oppo s es a coalition with f;ahal
tIlertit 1 iberal ali•:nment 1, the
71• second strongest party in the
The talks began Tuesday it ith
repro sent a t 'yes of the
%Mem, where the 1.aluir align
nient, headed by Mayor 'ferias
holly', tuna a clear maim BY in
the ttttt cipai elections. Agt et'
in Ptiuciplo ha%•111'1'11
ea riled SO far with 1:alial and
• .Agmlat Israel. The National Re
ligions Pally will be approached
to join the coalition.
\It s Mem ILIs 2I dots to present
a new cabinet to the Knesset for
app ■ ∎ oval but may rennest an adult
tional •.•1 day g• 1,91,14111
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Oct :'S election for the seventh
Knesset. announced Its the
Committee. conttrmed that the
0 I i l
r e itt i e r
per cent. The
4i; 2 per emit of the . t'ommunists. 1.1
number of soles needed to capture
per cent, Na
(tonal Religions Patty, 97 per one seal was given its 11 : 27 •-
A total of 114 seats were ills
Cont, the Arab Mute lists, 3 S
per cent. Aguilat Israel. 3 ".!. per ti Muted among the lists with the
windier of votes needed. The
cent. the State list. 3
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s t and
Thi. Labor Nlaprin group
had all absolute majority of W.;
seats nil_ the sixth knesset and
(1.111.11 had seats
'tile official tally showed that
s Party in-
11 to 12.
creased its seats fr
the Agnilat Israel ref:
four seats and that Poal•i Agin
dal lsrael held its two seats.
The Arab•Inritie pro Labor lists
retained their four seats. The
Independent Liberals retained
four seals. The Free Center, a
break: w:1y group from 1:abal,
dropped front four to two seats.
and the Israel (' niunist re-
tained its one seat. Ben thirion's
State list. comprised only of
Ben-Curio!' in the sixth Kness•t,
rose to four. The one-man
Ilaolam Ilareh fact'
Iteh•.,tous Party They will con
time Wednesday when the coin
mitt ec meets wsth negotiators
cat Liberals and
Meir said she would not
invite the State 1 ist headed by
former Premier David (ten tiwrion
to join .a coalition The nen
list won film seats in the Oct. :'S
Knesset elections and is opposed
to NIrs Meir•s continuing as prince
minister But Ntrs \leir claimed
1.75S.t;!"..c Israelis were ell:tible to
vote and that 1.427.981 had
ballots, of which 1.367,7-13 were
The I.:3h,, Nlapain align-
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'Cancer Fatalities Greater
Than Casualties Since '67'
has taken a higher toll of lives in
Israel than lighting with the Arabs
since the Six-Day War, President
Zalman Shazar said in an address
to the National Council of Anti-'
Cancer Society at his home. He
said that S00 Israelis have been
killed in action since the war, but
in the same period more than '
2 000 have died of cancer.
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she was eNelltding the Ben (;urine
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Soiling Doc. 22nd
13 DAYS or
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Men 's I abor fatly and the leftist
seats in the
\lapant had won
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