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December 12, 1975 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-12

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20 Dumber )2, .1975

THE •ETROIT.: JEWISH -HEWS

Rabin Threatens Resignation Over Illegal Settlers

(Continued from Page 1)
was speculation that the La-
bor alignment may not pre-
sent Rabin as its candidate
in the next -elections and

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that Allon may be entered
as its candidate.
Allon is known for his
moderate views on the Pa-
lestinian issue and for his
opposition to the compro-
mise reached with the set-
tlers in which 30 families
were given permission to
remain in the Samaria dis-
trict under army protection.
- The differences between
Rabin and Allon on the Sa-
maria compromise did not
take the form of an open
clash Tuesday between the
two leaders, but observers
_believe it is only a matter of

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tine before their differ-
ences erupt publicly.
Rabin, in addressing the
faction meeting, termed as -
"very serious" the confron-
tation with the Gush Emu-
nim in its desire to "dictate
policy -to the government:"
He added, however, that the
government did not bind it-
self to any promises to the
would-be settlers and re-
tained full freedom of ac-
tion.
Political observers say-
Rabin increased his wide
popularity with the Israeli -
public by avoiding a clash
between the settlers and
the army. -
Observers noted that the
criticism of.Rabin's policies
regarding both the settlers
and the Palestinians is
unique in that the critics —
which include leading mem-
bers of his own party and
the cabinet and Knesset ---,-
dare to speak out in-ways!
that were not used against
previous. premiers.
The government obtained

.

(Copyright 1975, JTA,

A SPECIAL LECTURE

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14--3:00 P.M.

"DETENTE AND WORLD JEWRY"

featuring

Professor
Allen Pollack

The . U.S.- detente affects the
world, particularly_ world Jewry
and Israel. Dr. Pollack, noted au-
thority on Middle East affairs and
Soviet Jewry, will discuss this sub-
ject, then answer questions at an
informal coffee session.

I LECTURE IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC I

This Lecture is Sponsored by
The Sarah W. Davidson- & William M. Davidson Family

diate aim of avoiding the accept the rules of the ma-
use of force to remove the jority," Rabin told the as-
squatters — a politically semblage of Diaspora Jew-
dangerous action in the ish leaders and prominent
present climate of bitter- Israelis attending last
ness over the string of diri- week's solidarity confer-
lolnatic defeats suffered by ence. -
Israel at the United Na-
But Rabin was firm when
tions — the Gush Emunim he declared that while his
appeared to have gained a government favors new_set-
victory.
tlementsin principle, it has
Meanwhile, Arab anger a list of priorities that call
over the compromise was for the establishment of set-
manifested by violent dem,- tlements along the borders
onstrations in Nablus, the rather than "50 kilometers.
largest town in the Samar- from Tel Aviv." Rabin in-
ia district. Security forces- vited "those who are so keen
used water hoses and fired to settle the country" to "go
into the air to disperse the to the Jordan Valley."
demonstrators.
Moshe Rivlin, director
For Custom Drapery
general of the Jewish
Cleaning, Call
Agency, announced that
preparations have begun for
settlements in Israel and
the administered territo-
ries. -
■ i
Ir
e n
i fTh
DRAPERY
CLEANERS
Rivlin said at a press con-
ference here that the new
settlement projects were a
"All That The Name Implies"
direct outcome of the world
conference on Jewish soli-
darity with Israel and Zion-
We Also
ism held -here last week:
Viffeh a Finish
Drip Dry Curtaind
Rivlin said the 14 new set-
Professionally
tlements were the first-
'phase of a larger 30 settle-
WE DO ALL THE WORK
ment project..
REMOVE AND INSTALL
cipal did before the union
Premier Rabin, mean-
- was organized. -
while, has drawn a sharp
The Jewish schools dif- distinction between settle-_
891-1818
fer in terms of responsibil- ments authorized by the
Suburban Coll Coll,
ities of their principals, government and Israel's
Reverse Charges
duties, hours of service national institutions and
and related functions, and those set up illegally by
Trade Member
in the number of pupils groups of zealots in open
American Society of
and -teachers which often defiance of government
Interior Designers
governs the salary struc- policies.
(A.S.I.D.)
ture of the congregation.
"If we want to keep a de-
Deutsch said the member- mocracy the minority has to
ship of Local 24 comprises
all Jewish ideologies,
"providing the principal
meets our membership
Everything MUST GO!
qualifications."
Local 24 is an outgrowth
30%-50% Off
-
of an organization founded
ALL CHROME FRAMED & GLASS COVERED
about 60 years ago with the
.
name of Agudat Ha-M'na-
was
now
Picasso, Miro, Chagall -
• 16x20
$15.00
$7.50
halim — Association of
Le Roy Neiman Lautrec
• 16x20
$20.00
$10.00
Principals — organized by
Peter Max, Rockwell
24x30
$50.00
$26.00
some of the nation's leading
Dali, Escher
24x30
$50.00
$26.00
Jewish educators of the
Chagall, Mire
24x30
$50.00
$26.00
Peter Max • --
time. When new genera-
24x30 $225.00 $112.50
tion of Jewish professional
educators, mostly Ameri-
can-born or American=edu--
cated, began to replace the
Pine Lake Mall — W. Bloomfield
founders, the philosophy of
the association changed rad-
ically.
The new generation began
Over 45 Years
to react with disgust againSt
"arbitrary dismissals, and
Of
whims of rabbis or school
committees in congrega-
Moving Experience
tions." Deutsch said the af-
fected principals had no or-
ganization to turn to for
help except ad hoc and inef-
fectual groups- which'were
unable to rectify "inade-
quacies and inequities in an
ongoing situation."

Hebrew Administrators Form
Unique _AFL-CIO Local in NY

BY BEN GALLOB

announces

the voluntary evacuation of
Sebastia Monday by agree-
ing to perthit a token num-
ber of would-be settlers to
_remain in the Samaria.n-re-
gion under military author-
ity and to reopen the issue
of unrestricted Jewish set-
tlement on the West Bank
by the Cabinet in two or
three months.
- The compromise, which
averted a confrontation be-
tween the army and some
2,000 illegal squatters at
Sebastia in central Samaria,
was reached between De-
fense Minister Shimon
Peres and Rabbi Moshe Lev-
enberg, leader of a. deputa-.
tion representing the mili-
tant Orthodox Gush
Emunim movement.
It was in line -with Sun-
dayV- Cabinet decision that
reaffirmed the govern-
ment's( policy to permit no
settlements in the adminis-
tered territories without
official authorization.
But while the govern-
ment achieved its imme-

Inc.)

Local 24 of the New York
State School Administra-
tors and Supervisors Organ-
ization Committee; AFL-
CIO, designates a bona fide
union which - is unique in
two respects — its members
negotiate individual con-
tracts with their employers
and they comprise the only
known union of Hebrew
school administrators,
mostly principals.
The United Hebrew Prin-
cipals and Administrators
--Association received its
AFL-CIO charter in the
spring of 1974, according to
Samuel Deutsch of Elmont,
NY, a vice president of the
local, who serves as educa-
tional director of Temple
Israel of Merrick, NY.
Local 24 does not bargain
collectively for its members.
Each principal continues to
bargain individually with
his school, just as each prin-

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