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December 20, 1974 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Dec. 20, 1974-31

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Russian Couple Flees U. S.
VINCENZO'S'
for Propaganda in Soviet Press Itolian-American Cuisine .

NEW YORK — A Soviet
couple who emigrated to the
United States to live with
relatives near—Philadelphia
have returned to Russia to
have their story of "immoral
life" in the U.S. published
widely in the Soviet press.
The New York Times pub-
lished two separate accounts
of the incident Dec. 11, which
is suspected to have been
staged by the Russians for
propaganda purposes to dis-
courage immigration from
the Soviet Union.

According to Mrs. _Julia
Coopersmith; her relatives
"wanted ever y thing right
away." She said they com-
plained they were homesick,
refused to take English les-
sons or make any effort to
find employment.
The Times said the Soviet
press has reported "with
visible enthusiasm" any dis-
enchantment of Soviet Jews
who went to Israel. It said
this is the first case of -re-
ported unhappiness of Jews
who went to the United
States.

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Rabin's Coalition Analyzed

By UZI BENZIMAN

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.) .

DOWNTOWN
YPSILANTI, MICH.

JERUSALEM—The _Israeli
political community is busily
dissecting and analyzing Yit-
A Mutual Admiration Society:
zhak Rabin's intents and pur-
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iented new Communist List).
Rabin may find that the NRP
has added to his coalition
only seven votes, since three
of the party's Knesseters ob-
jected to the decision to join
the Cabinet.
There were several reasons
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ant efforts made by Rabin to
bring back the NRP. First
the government can hope for
a full 68 vote turnout in do-
mestic issues. The three
NRP doubters may even
back the government in its
foregin policy, with one ex-
ception: they will vote with
the opposition whenever the
controversial issue of settle-
ment of the West Bank is dis-
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ing the NRP to the coalition,
they were acting to restrain
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cies.
Also, Rabin believed that
the new-old Cabinet members
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Dr. Yitzhak Raphael and Mi-
chael Hazan, hold fairly
"doveish" views. Although
the NRP as a whole has a
"hawkish" image, Rabin as-
sessed that its three repre-
sentatives in the Cabinet have
a more moderate political
outlook.
The widening of the coali-
tional basis helps Rabin to
cope with his internal prob-
lems within his own party.
Since the establishment of
his Cabinet, Rabin has had
to take into constant consid-
eration the possibility of
Moshe Dayan making an at-
tempt to bring about its
downfall.
Another consideiation is
that the return of the NRP
may postpone the need of
calling new elections. Israeli
public opinion is highly criti-
cal of the present political
structure.
Many people complain that
the lists of candidates to the
Knesset (in all politicalpart-
ies) were drawn up before
the Yom Kippur War (al-
though the elections took -
place after it). They still look
for the dawn of a new era-L
with new faces— in Israeli
politics.

Ottawa Has First Jewish Mayor

TORONTO (JTA)—A Jew
was elected mayor of Ottawa,
Canada's capital, for the
first time in the municipal
elections. He is Lorry Green-
berg, a 40-year-old business-
man, who defeated three op-
ponents earlier this month.
Greenberg has been an
alderman and a member of
the city's board of control.
Since serving in municipal
government, , Greenberg said
city hall has respected his
wish not to hold meetings on
Friday nights and Saturdays.
He also does not work on the
High Holy Days.

In the Montreal suburb of
Hampstead, Irving L. Ades-
sky, a 40-year-old business-
man, became the first Jew-
ish mayor of the residential
suburb in the town's first
contested mayoral election.
Other Jewish candidates
were re-elected in Canadian
municipal elections. Muni
Evers, a 59-year-old pharma-
cist, was re-elected to a
fourth consecutive two-year
term as mayor of New West-
minster, a suburb of Van-

couver. His father, Myer
Averbach, was a longtime
secretary of the Canadian
Jewish Congress in Winnipeg.
In the Toronto suburb of
North York, Joseph Markin,
a 27-year-old lawyer, was
elected to the board of con-
trol on his first political try.
Markin, who was born in
Austria and brought to Can-
ada at age 1, told reporters
he owed his victory to his
hobby of studying the Tal-
mud which he does almost
- daily. Mel Lastman, a mil-
lionaire owner of a chain of
retail appliance stores, was
re-elected mayor of North
York, and Philip White, a
pharmacist, was re-elected
ma y o r of Metropolitan
Toronto.
Various Jewish aldermen,
controllers and Board of Edu-
cation trustees—in all 16—
were returned in the bor-
oughs and Toronto.

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