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June 10, 1977 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Party Mistakes, Histadrut Election
Prevent Labor Alignment Changes

BY MOSHE RON
The Jewish News Special
Israel Correspondent

TEL AVIV—The outcome
of the Israeli parliamentary
elections were like an earth-
quake. The Labor Align-
ment went down from 51 to
36 mandates. The strongest
opponents did not foresee
such a disaster.
The leaders of the Labor
Party refrain from accus-
ing each other because they
want to keep a -majority in
Histadrut election June

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Labor made many blun-
ders: the nomination of Ye-
hoshua Rabinowitz as fi-
nance minister and Asher
Yadlin- as president of the
Israel Bank. It could not
overcome the strikes, espe-
cially in the ports and air-
ports; Then came the reve-
lation of Rabin dollar ac-
counts in the U.S. and the
suicide of the Minister for
Housing
Another grave mistake of
Premier Yitzhak Rabin was
the ousting. of the National
Religions Party from the
government and announc-
ing premature elections.
Shimon Peres keeps si-
lent. He wants to preserve
the unity of the party. He
thinks -that if he had a
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Zionist Revisionists Charge
Labor Zionists With Bias

NEW YORK (JTA)—The
United Zionists-Revisionists
who are linked with Men-
aham Begin's Likud Party
in Israel, accused the
Labor Zionist Movement of
"Jewish anti-Semitism."
A statement released by,
the UZR referred to a state--
ment by the Coordinating
Committee of the Labor Zi-
onists Movement last week
warning Lidud that its elec-
tion victory "did not in any
way endorse any radical
changes in the foreign or do-
mestic policies of Israel."
The UZR noted that in his
post-election statements,
Begin "issued a clarion call
for a government of nation-
al unity embracing all fac-
tions and Zionist parties
loyal to the state of Israel.
In light of this forthright ar-
ticul; ,ion of polticial prin-
ciples, we are appalled by

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voters he would have
achieved a better' result.
But he could hardly change
what the party leadership
had decided and the
voters took revenge.
The Labor Alignment can
not accept the proposal of
Menahem Begin to join a
government of national
unity_ Mapam is against it.
If it would not be the eve of
the Histadrut elections it
might be different.
But now the Labor Party
has only one 'aim: to keep
its majority in the Hista-
drut and then to try to build
up the split and shattered
party.

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drive a wedge between Is-
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TEL AVIV (JTA )—The Is-
raeli army is conducting op-
erations aimed at pre-
venting terrorists in Leba-
non from penetrating Is-
rael's northern borders.
But an army spokesman
flatly denied reports from
Beirut that Israeli forces en-
tered southern Lebanon and
SANDER LEVIN
attacked Shuba village.
According to the spokes-
Former Michigan State
man, the army carried out
Senator Sander M. Levin
was sworn in last week as a routine policing action in
assistant administrator for the border region which in.
eluded inspecting roads and
population and human-
and dismantling
itarian assistance, Agency clearing
mines.
for International Devel-
He pointed out that such
opment, following nomi- actions
have been taken in
nation to the post by Presi- the past when terrorists con-
dent Carter and con- centrations were observed
firmation by the Senate.
in southern Lebanon. There
Levin was Michigan State_ ,are presently an, estimated
Senator from 1965 to 1970,
3,000 terrorists in that re-
during which time he was
gion, deployed in positions
chairman of the Senate that could pose a threat to
Labor Co-mmittee,- vice Israel's borders.
chairman of the Senate Edu-
cation Committee and later
The virtue of the angels
minority leader. He was the
Democratic candidate for is that they cannot deterior-
ate; their flaw is that they
governor in 1970 and 1974.
A native Detroiter, Levin cannot improve. Man's flaw
was graduated with a BA is that he can deteriorate; '4(
degree from the University and his virtue is that he
of Chicago, earned an MA can improve.
—Hasidic saying
degree at Columbia Univer-
sity and - an LLB degree
cum laude from Harvard
University. In 1975 he be-
Says:
came -a fellow of the Ken-
nedy Institute of Politics at
Harvard University.

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Knesset Veterans
Hold First Reunion

JERUSALEM (JTA—Old
faces were visible- and old
times were recalled when
some 100 former members
of the Knesset held their
first official reunion in the
Knesset chamber last week
and received certificates at-
testing to their service in Is-
rael's parliaments.
Of the 309 MKs who
helped make the laws since
the state was founded 30
years ago, only 193 are still
alive. Of that number, 102
were members of the Labor
Alignment, 45 of the parties
that now make up Likud
and the rest of other fac-
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of the veterans observed.

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