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June 22, 1973 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-22

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Golda Confided in Dayan on Plans to Run for Premiership

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Pre-
mier Golda Meir said Mon-
day that her health was per-
fect and was therefore not
responsible for the "many
hesitations" she had before
she reached her decision to
run for office again next Oc-
tober.
"I reflected till the last
moment whether to accept
the request and will of my
colleagues and stand for
another term," she said.
"Only toward the end of last
week did I come to a deci-
sion and then I reported it
to Party Secretary General
Aharon Yadlin, Mrs. Meir
said.
Mrs. Meir disclosed that
she had confided her deci-
53 , 1 ) remain in office to
De.,..se Minister Moshe
Dayan before it was made
public. She . said she had a
long meeting with Dayan at
her Tel Aviv home.
ACcording to public opinion
polls, Gen. Dayan was far
and away the most popular
choice to succeed Mrs. Meir
in the office of Prime Minis-
ter had she decided to step

down.
Addressing the Tel Aviv
Labor Council's Friday Club
last week, Dayan hinted that
in a future government he
would refuse to be a party
to policies that ran counter
to his own convictions.
The 75-year-old premier
stated in a letter to Yadlin
Sunday that she had decided
not to retire after this fall's
national election — a deci-
sion received with jubilation
in Labor Party circles.
Mrs. Meir indicated that
She regarded the spate of
labor troubles that has en-
gulfed Israel during the past
year as one of the major

trials facing the nation with
serious implications for the
country's future.
reliable
to
According
sources, Mrs. Meir intends to
retain her present coalition
cabinet after the elections
although one or two changes
may be contemplated.
There is considerable spe-
culation here as to whether
Gen. Itzhak Rabin, Israel's
former ambassador to the
U.S., will be offered a cabi-
net post in the new govern-
ment.
Premier Meir's coalition
government appeared threat-
ened, five months before the
national elections, by a dis-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 22, 1973-3

pute between the Labor Party set committee for a prelimi-

and its National Religious
Party partners.
At issue is a private bill
introduced in the Knesset by
Rabbi Menachem Porush of
the ultra-Orthodox Agudat
Israel faction that demands
a transfer of the power to
determine paternity from the
secular courts to rabbinical
courts.
The cabinet decided to op-
pose the bill, over the protest
of NRP members.
Dr. Zerach Warhaftig,
minister for religious affairs,
insisted that the cabinet sup-
port the measure or at least
agree to move it to a Knes-

nary reading.
Justice Minister Yaacov
Shimshon Shapiro of the
Labor Party pointed out that
paternity cases always have
been within the purview of
the secular courts.

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