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December 10, 1976 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-10

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Friday, December 10, 1976 35 ,

THE DETROIT J.EMS,H NEWS

O'Neill Selection to House
Post Augurs Well for Israel

FAMOUS BIG TYME SANDWICHES

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WASHINGTON (JTA)
— The selection by the
Democratic majority in
the House of Representa-
tives of Rep. Thomas P.
O'Neill of Massachusetts
as the new Speaker of the
House presages con-
tinued strong leadership
in the lower chamber of
support for Israel and
Soviet Jewry.
While outgoing speaker
Carl Albert of Oklahoma,
who retired from COn-
g,ress, is well regarded by

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Wright backed O'Neill's
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(D-Wis.) to cut Israel's
appropriations by $200
million last year.
In
1972,
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co-
sponsored a bill to assist
the resettlement of
Soviet Jews in Israel. He
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Jewish communal leaders
for his undeviating sup-
port of those causes,
O'Neill is seen as among
the most vigorous advo-
cates and most outspoken
backers of Israel and
Soviet emigration.
As the Democratic
Majority Leader in the
House, O'Neill sponsored
the resolution for con-
tinued shipment of Phan-
tom jets to Israel when it
was hard pressed for air-
craft in the Yom Kippur
War.
With Rep. Sidney Yates,
his veteran Illinois col-
league, O'Neill sponsored
the resolution that gained
the ,support of all but one
of the 435 members of the
House in its condemnation
of the United Nations
General Assembly for its
anti-Zionist resolution.
He also was the leader
in the move in the House
to condemn the anti-
Zionist declaration when
it was in the Assembly's
Social, Humanitarian
and Cultural Committee
and before it went to the
General Assembly.
O'Neill's , leadership
was shown in the resolu-
tion that warned that the
U.S. would leave the UN
if it suspended Israel's
membership. He also led
in the legislation that ex-
tended the budget act by
which the Administra-
tion was enabled to pro-
vide funds for Israel to be
in conformity with the
budget. The funds related
to the 1976 fiscal year's
foreign aid allocation of
$2.2 billion for Israel.
The 64-year-old O'Neill
has been in the House
since 1953 and was
elected to his 12th term
last month.
Meanwhile, Texas Con-
gressman James C.
Wright, Jr., the new Dem-
ocratic majority leader in
the House, has "a very
favorable record" on legis-
lative issues affecting Is-
rael and Soviet Jewry,
observers said.

4

NEW YORK ((JTA ) —
The first issue of "Israel
Express," the new
Hebrew-language daily,
was set to appear today.
Avraham Paz, an Is-
raeli journalist from Tel
Aviv, is the editor. The
paper's editorial office is
-in Manhattan.



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