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August 08, 1975 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Knesset Ends Summer Session;
Implements Two Important Bills

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Knesset ended its sum-
mer session recently and
will not reconvene again
until after the High Holi-
days — unless — as is
widely expected — it will be
called into extraordinary
session to hear a govern-
ment statement on an in-
terim accord with Egypt
which would inevitably be
followed by a political de-
bate.
The summer session can
take credit for two pieces of
legislation that will have
important effects on the
economic and political life
in Israel.
The most important mea-
sure by far was the govern-
ment's tax reform bill which
has drastically changed the
whole system of income tax
payments and — hopefully
—will make the Israeli a
more honest taxpayer.
The second major enact-
ment was the year-old bill
calling for the direct elec-
tion of mayors. Up to now,
the mayors of Israeli cities
and towns have been se-
lected by the dominant.
party in each local city
council.
The legislative work on
the tax reform bill was

Belgian Teenagers
Visit U.S. Jews

LANDMARK
RESTAURANT

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Friday, August 8, 1975 27

75

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Twenty-nine Belgian Jewish
teenagers arrived in the
United States this week to
start a month-long visit to
increase knowledge and un-
derstanding between Bel-
gian and American Jews,
according to the National
Jewish Welfare Board.
During their stay in this
country, the 17 boys and 12
girls will be guests of Jew-
ish community centers and
camps affiliated with the
JWB.
The Belgian Jewish
youngsters, who are mem-
bers of the Centre Commu-
nautaire Laic Juif in Brus-
sels, will take part in
programs sponsored by
Jewish community centers
to help them become ac-
quainted with Americans
teenagers-and to sample the
range of activities in Ameri-
can centers.

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Man-sized drinks. Toe tappin' round-up music under
the stars (Pool Terrace Court) will help make it a
pleasurable evening for you and your trail pals. All
posses accommodated if you "steak" a claim in
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completed hastily, mainly
because the Finance Min-
istry insisted that it be
implemented on July 1. As
a result, many areas of the
complex tax reform mea-
sures remain vague and
ambiguous and this has al-
ready had serious repre-
cussions in labor relations
and raised the possibility
of more labor strife ahead.
Under government and
Histadrut pressure, employ-
ers have promised their
workers that their net take-
home pay will not fall below
their pre-reform pay. Al-
though Israelis will be pay-
ing income tax at a much
lower rate than before, vir-
tually all of the old exemp-
tions and loopholes have
been abolished.
Politically, the last ses-
sion of the Knesset reflected
a rise in the powers of the
legislative branch and a rel-
ative decline in the govern-
ment's power.
The narrow base of Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin's coali-
tion government has encour-
aged many MKs of his own
party to vote against the
government.
One of the leading vet-
eran Laborites, Arye
Eliav, bolted the Labor
Alignment and has joined
Shulamit Aloni, who de-
fected from the Rabin Cab-
inet months ago, to form a
new opposition faction,
Yaad.
The National Religious
Party, which is one of Ra-
bin's coalition partners,
made common cause with
Likud in insisting that a
mayoral candidate must re-
ceive 50 percent of the popu-
lar vote to gain election.
The Labor Alignment
preferred a 40 percent plur-
ality. A compromise was

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finally reached in which all
parties agreed to the 50 per-
cent formula but an amend-
ment was immediately at-
tached to the bill calling for
a 40 percent minimum.
Political observers believe
that the next Knesset ses-
sion will be a crucial test for
the Rabin government in
that it will indicate whether
or not the Premier can im-
pose his leadership on his
own party as well as on his
coalition partners in the
Knesset.

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CLINT EASTWOOD IN A
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NEW YORK (JTA) — A
program to train girl stu-
dents in Jewish teachers
seminaries to be medical
assistants has been an-
nounced by the vocational
education division of Project
COPE, the manpower divi-
sion of Agudath Israel of
America.
The first group of 25 girls
participating in the pro-
gram will receive scholar-
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arranged course at Mandl's
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ants, a private vocational
school in Manhattan

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