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November 21, 1975 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-21

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November 21, 1975 27

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Communal Workers
Donate Services to Israel

These four Jewish communal workers, seated, have
given up their full-time positions in the U.S. to spend an
entire year in Israel on the staffs of Jewish community
centers there. They are shown at JWB headquarters in
New York City, where they received an orientation prior
to their flight to Israel. The Sherut La'am for Center
Workers program is jointly sponsored by JWB, the
American Zionist Youth Foundation, the Youth and
Hehalutz Department of the World Zionist Organiza-
tion, and the Association of Jewish Center Workers.
Shown are, from left: Michael Rubin, a youth worker
from the YM and YWHA of Raritan Valley, N.J.; Janice
and Kenneth White of the St. Louis, Mo., Jewish Com-
munity Centers Association; and Morris Kranz, a health
and physical education worker at the North Shore Jew-
ish Community Center, Marblehead, Mass. Standing are
three representatives of the sponsoring organizations:
Ina Strauss, AZYF; Bessie Pine, JWB, and Bernard T.
Rosen, AJCW.

Israelis Scored for Energy Waste

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Dr.
Walter Levy, a German-
born Jew who is one of the
world's foremost experts on
energy, said in an interview
in Yediot Ahronot that the
Israelis consume energy ex-
travagantly. Levy further
charged that Israel's record
for fuel conservation is
worse than that of any other
western country.
Dr. Levy made certain

recommendations including
raising the price of fuel and
imposing additional taxes
on users of energy.
He also was critical of Is-
rael for failing to use solar
energy to a great degree.
According to Dr. Levy, the
wider use of solar energy is
not a matter of scientific
pride or prestige but a prac-
tical matter of life or death
for the nation.

Hammer

on Way to Top

BY UZI BENZIMAN

(Copyright 1975, JTA. Inc.)

JERUSALEM — Knesse-
ter Zevulin Hammer, leader
of the "Young Guard" in the
National Religious Party,
seems set on the road to
prominence in Israel's na-
tional political arena. Ham-
mer, unanimously nomi-
nated by his party as its
third representative in the
Cabinet, was appointed by
the Cabinet Nov. 2 as Social
Welfare Minister.
Hammer is a relatively in-
experienced politician. A
boyish looking 30, the father
of four children who earned
his BA degree in education
and Jewish studies at Bar-
Ilan University, he was vir-
tually unkown six years ago
when his name was included
in the NRP candidates' list
for the Knesset.

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within the NRP is not more
than 20 percent, Hammer
and his supporters have re-
cently succeeded in drum-
ming up the support of some
40 percent of the delegates
to the NRP central commit-
tee on major issues.

The veteran party leaders
were convinced that without
young blood on the list they
might lose the support of
many young religious vot-
ers. - Until then Hammer
had worked as a youth
leader with Bnei Akiva (the
NRP youth movement).

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The death at that time of
Haim Shapiro, the much-
liked and respected leader
of the NRP, triggered an
inner struggle in the
party.

In the wake of Shapiro's
death the public became
more and more familiar
with the name of Hammer.
Suddenly the public realized
that within the NRP a
young leader was evolving
who was openly challenging
the status of the older gen-
eration.
Though the statistical
power of the young guard

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