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January 14, 1977 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Labor Party Unity Will Be Critical in Election

The central committee
of the party supported
Rabin's action without
opposition, but the His-
tadrut organ Davar re-
ported criticism in other
labor circles, including
Cabinet members Peres,
Shlomo Hillel, Chaim
Bar-Lev, the late Ab-
raham Ofer, Gad Yaacovi
and Moshe Baram.
The young leaders of the
Paity are preparing for a
fierce struggle against the
veterans. They do not like
Golda Meir's support for
Rabin and his partisans.
They maintain that Mrs.
Meir should refrain from
meddling.
The struggle will reach
its peak before the party
convention at the end of
February, when the can-
didates list for the Knes-
set elections will be estab-
lished.
All parties are afraid of

BY MOSHE RON

Jewish News Special
Israel Correspondent

TEL AVIV — During
the first days of the gov-
ernment crisis in Israel
Premier Yitzhak Rabin
showed his party and the
population his muscle.
But soon Abba Eban,
Shimon Peres and the
young labor par* leaders
started to criticize him.
At first, his announce-
ment that the three
Cabinet members of the
Religious National Party
\dafdal) had to _resign be-
_ause of their breach of
Coalition discipline, made
a great impression. But it
turned out that Rabin's
drastic step was not only
intended to safeguard the
prestige of the govern-
ment but to strengthen
his position within his
party against Peres.
Eban attacked Rabin's
step strongly. In the
ranks of the Labor Party
criticsm was voiced
against Eban's appear-
ance on TV.

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as minister for immigra- The number of Jewish
the new Democratic List
tion, absorption and con- and non-Jewish Dutch
headed by Prof. Yigael
Ziz.[Ezman
Yadin and some are con- tact with the Jewish tourists visiting Israel
Orchestra
increased
in
1976
by
55
people
in
the
Diaspora;
cerned about "Shlomz-
Yosef Almogi, present percent.
399-1301
ion" headed by Gen. Res.
chairman of the World
Arik Sharon.
Zionist Organization and
It is assumed that the
Off
Democratic List of Prof. Jewish Agency Execu-
tives as labor minister;
Yadin would win 10-20
•invitations
and UN Ambassador
seats, the Likud eight and
Chaim Herzog ,as minis-
the Mafdal two.
-centerpieces
The situation of the In- ter of information.
•stationery
This proposal left out of
dependent Liberals is pre-
the Cabinet Yeshoshua
carious. Most probably
Phyllis Billes
they will appear in a united Rabinowitz, minister of
559-4343
finance;
Ahron
Yadlin,
list with• the Civil Rights
minister of education, L
Party of Shulamit Aloni
and the Free Center . of Chaim Bar-Lev, minister
for commerce and indus-
Shmuel Tamir, which re-
try; Israel Galili, minister
cently left the Likud.
An advertisement re- without portfoiTo; Ab-
raham Ofer, who commit-
cently appeared in Davar
proposing a Labor list ted suicide last week,
minister for housing; Gad
headed by many of the
FORMERLY FROM
present leaders.' The pro- 'Jacobi, minister for com-
munications; Moshe
posal, however, by an
DANTES
anonymous group of Baram, minister for labor
and
Shlomo
Rosen,
minis-
young Labor Party mem-
bers, included Abba Eban ter for absorption.
An article in Davar also
said the sooner the party
would decide to get rid of
the unpopular Minister
Oak.
airc.
ncj
for Finance Yehoshua
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Rabinowitz, the better
FOR MEN ac CHILDREN
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HAIR STYLING
the United States would
the party in the elections.
MANICURING - SHOESHINE
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It proposed to name
must come to the aid of Is-
Rabinowitz as general
rael if the democratic trad-
secretary of the party and
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He called for the sup-
portfolio.
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be no more "pressing is-
sue" or "more important
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cerned with the preserva-
tion of the state of Israel.

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Moynihan: Attack on Israel
Aimed at All Democracies

WASHINGTON (JTA)
— Sen. Daniel P. Moyni-
han (D.NY), in his first
address at a Jewish meet-
ing since assuming office,
condemned the Soviet
Union and the Third
World for their assault on
Israel as part of a con-
certed campaign against
world democracy.
He spoke at the Na-
tional Inaugural Confer-
ence for the 1977 Israel
. Bond campaign which
; met Jan. 9 to adopt a
program for the sale of Is-
rael Bonds to speed Is-
rael's economic recovery
and restore the momen-
tum of its economic de-
velopment.
The conference at the
Washington Hilton Hotel
was attended by more
than 150 top leaders from
the United States and
Canada.
Describing Israel as a
I
surrogate of democracy,"-
Moynihan warned that if
something were to happen

Friday, January 14, 1977 39

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MDA Expands Aid
to College Campus

NEW YORK — Moshe
Rofe, Haifa City town
clerk and chairman of the
Haifa Branch of Magen
David Adom (MDA) Is-
rael's
national
emergency
medical
health and blood services,
announced that after a
successful trial run at the
Haifa University his
branch plans to officially
open there its new first
aid station as well as an
additional one at the
Technion University.
Working with the MDA
Haifa leadership and the
new director of the
Emanuel and Stella Cel-
ler Medical Complex,
Chaim Gershon, this first
aid and health station
built by American Red
Magen David for Israel
(ARMDI) has upgraded
and expanded its
emergency medical serv-
ices and blood bank. MDA
Haifa recently opened a
modern satellite branch
in Kiryat Bialik in order
to better serve the indus-
trial and urban popula-
tion of this area.

Water Reserves
Found in Negev

.

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Prof. Aryeh Isser said
that there are tremend-
ous water reserves in the
Negev He said that the
water wells gathered
there when "all of Europe
was under ice." Water
was"found in the very
heart of the Negev.

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