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May 21, 1976 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Histadrut Says It Won't Host South African Union Leaders
TEL AVIV (JTA) — His-

tadrut has refused to play
host to two South African-
trade union leaders who
have expressed interest in
visiting Tel Aviv.
The visit was proposed by
C.P. Grobler, secretary of
the South African Labor
Federation, who said two
members wanted to stop
over in Israel as Histadrut
guests on their way to the
International Labor Organi-
zation convention in Geneva
in June.

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Israel Won't Pay
to Renew UNDOF

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Yigal Al-
lon declared that Israel
would agree to no conditions
nor pay any price for a Syr-
ian agreement to renew the
mandate of the United Na-
tions Disengagement Ob-
server Force (UNDOF) on
the Golan Heights which ex-
pires May 30.
Briefing the Cabinet on
the latest political develop-
ments, Allon said that Is-
rael would not submit to
any resolutions in the UN
Security Council inimical to
its interests as the price for
extending UNDOF.
Officials here seem fairly
confident that the UNDOF
mandate will be renewed, if
only because Syria is so
heavily involved in the Le-
banese crisis. But no one
will make any hard predic-
tion because of Syria's rec-
ord of unpredictabilit y.

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Grobler's letter was re-
ceived in the aftermath of
South African Prime Minis-
ter John Vorster's visit to Is-
real last month. The Histad-
rut Central Committee
replied that such a visit
would be inopportune.
The Central Committee
gave as grounds the fact
that Histadrut is a mem-
ber of the International
Confederation of Free
Trade Unions (ICFTU)
which limits contacts with

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non-members. South Af-
rica is not a member of the
ICFTU.
A Histadrut spokesman
said the Israeli labor federa-
tion would open itself to
charges of hypocrisy if it
invited the South Africans,
inasmuch as Histadrut was

Rabin Says Syria Shift May
Result in Talks With Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Yitzhak Rabin
noted that Syria might well
be shifting significantly in
the Arab world, partly as a
result of its role in Lebanon,
and said that this shift
could result in a changed po-
sition towards talks with
Israel, too.
The premier spoke in Tel
Aviv at a meeting of the
Labor Party's moshav divi-
sion.
Commenting on reports
of an impending Syrian-
Egyptian rapprochement
under Saudi Arabian aus-
pices, Rabin said that if
Saudi Arabia "or a moder-
ate superpower" could
bring Syria to adopt a pos-
itive position, together
with Egypt, towards end-
of-war talks with Israel,
he would see in that "-a
most positive develop-
ment." In fact, Rabin con-
tinued, this was virtually
the only feasible scenario
for diplomatic progress in
the Mideast during 1976.
Rabin warned again, as
he did yesterday, that if the

Brazil Will Mark
Yom Ha'Atzmaut

RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)
— The State Legislature of
Rio Province will celebrate
Israel's Independence Day
every year on May 14, ac-
cording to a special resolu-
tion adopted by that body-
on the occasion of Israel's
28th anniversary.

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May 14 is the day Israel's
independence was pro-
claimed according to the
Gregorian calendar.

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The resolution was pre-
sented by Dr. Mauricio
Pinkusfeld, a representative
on the government party list
and adopted by 94 deputies
of both parties.

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in the vanguard of the anti-
apartheid drive in the
ICFTU.
The spokesman noted
that Histadrut maintains
contact with labor federa-
tions in Black African states
notwithstanding that many
of those states have severed

The first celebration was
held when Jewish leaders
were invited to the presid-
ium table by the president
of the legislature, Jose
Pinto. Among them was
Haim Nigri, president of the
Rio de Janeiro Zionist Or-
ganization.

Tourists in Israel
Is at Record High

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel is enjoying its best
tourist season since before
the Yom Kippur War ac-
cording to figures released
by the Central Bureau of
Statistics. They showed a
record arrival of 94,000 visi-
tors from abroad last
month, the highest figure
ever recorded for April and
a seven percent increase
over the previous month.

end-of-war initiative did not
get off the ground this year
there might well be a tho-
rough re-examination of
overall settlement prospects
by the new Washington
Administration next year.

Czechs to Supply
Plant for Arabs

diplomatic relations with
Israel. These contacts might
be jeopardized by contacts
with South African trade
unionists, he said. He ex-
plained that that was the
reason why Histadrut boy-
cotted all official receptions
for Vorster_ in Israel.

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May 21, 1976 15



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