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June 15, 1979 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, June 15, 1979

Americans Blast Histadrut Attack

Zipori, who later re-
tracted his remark, called
Israel's labor a "Mafia" that
"protects parasites."
"The attack on Histad-
rut" by Zipori was called "an

unprecedented assault on
Israel's working popula-
tion" and "on the free trade
union movement" in a joint
statement issued here by
Dr. Judah J. Shapiro,
president of the National
Committee for Labor Israel
and Matthew Schoenwald,
chairman of the American
Trade Union Council for
Histadrut.
The National Executive
Committee for the Labor
Zionist Alliance expressed
"profound shock and dis-
may" over the attack.

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel's six-man delegation
returned from Alexandria
Tuesday after an initial
round of talks with the
Egyptian and American
teams in the negotiations
over autonomy for the West
Bank and Gaza Strip.
The two-day session, the
first working meeting since
the autonomy talks were
formally opened in
Beersheba May 26, pro-
duced no progress on sub-
stantive matters nor, ap-

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Three American groups
associated with the Labor
movement in Israel have
blasted Israel's Deputy De-
fense Minister Moredechai
Zipori for his attack on His-
tadrut during the Herut na-
tional convention in Tel
Aviv last week.

Few Gains in Autonomy Talks

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parently, was any expected,
but certain procedural mat-
ters were settled and Israel
and Egypt agreed to refrain
as much as possible from
public statements on con-
troversial issues so as not to
further complicate the ex-
tremely delicate negotiat-
ing process.
Interior Minister Yosef
Burg, head of the Israeli
delegation, was received by
President Anwar Sadat at
the latter's Maamura resi-
dence in Alexandria shortly
before the Israelis departed.
The Israeli minister told re-
porters at Ben-Gurion Air-
port that "Sadat raised the
issue" of Israeli settlements
on the West Bank on which
there is a vast gap between
the Israeli and Egyptian
positions.
However, according to
Burg, Sadat indicated
that he did not want this
to hinder the talks, say-
ing "I will take up all
problems with Begin
when he comes here."
Premier Menahem Begin
will meet with Sadat in
Alexandria early next
month —possibly on July
5 — for their second
summit meeting since
they declared open bor-
ders between their coun-
tries on May 28.
The session on the au-
tonomy negotiations will be
held at the Israeli sea-side
resort town of Herzliya,
north of Tel Aviv, probably
on June 25. The Israelis and
Egyptians agreed that there
would be no chairman at
that and future meetings —
only "hosts."
Egyptian Prime Minister
Mustapha Khalil had said
earlier that he would
boycott the next meeting if
Burg insisted on acting as
chairman, but he will
attend the next round of
negotiations in Herziliya. It
was also agreed that no
minutes would be kept at
certain sessions so that the
participants can feel free to
"express themselves un-
inhibited."
Some differences appear

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film, "Main Event," June
21. Cocktails will be served
at Northland Inn at 6:30
p.m. The film will be seen at
8:15 p.m. at the Americana
Theatre.
The evening is sponsored
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WASHINGTON, D.C. —
Jerome L. Levinrad has
been appointed national
executive director of the
Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A.

to have arisen at Alexan-
dria betwen Israel and the
U.S. over the latter's role in
the autonomy negotiations.
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan said in a television
interview that Israel wants
the Americans to be "full
partners" rather than "full
participants."
Dayan went so far so to
say that if Israel does not
receive a satisfactory
reply on the American
status it might "recon-
sider" its position vis-a-
vis the Camp David ac-
cords. He did not elabo-
rate, but it is understood
here that Israel prefers
the U.S. to maintain a low
profile in the actual
negotiations and allow
the Israelis and Egyp-
tians to settle the issues
between themselves.
Shortly before the Israelis
left, Sadat said "the Ameri-
cans are full partners and
they will continue to be full
partners and this is quite
sufficient."
Meanwhile, Deputy Pre-
mier Yigael Yadin is in
Cairo for a week-long visit
as the guest of Egypt's Vice
President Hosni Moubarak.
He told reporters that he
intended to discuss long-
term aspects of cultural and
scientific normalization in,
relations betwen Israel and
Egypt with Egyptian lead-
ers.

BJE Filmstrip
Receives Award

NEW YORK — The
Board of Jewish Education
of Greater New York's
filmstrip production, "My
Israel," has received the
first place Gold Camera
Award at the 12th Annual
United States Industrial
Film Festival in Chicago.
The Festival is the largest
international competition
devoted to competitive jud&
ing of the film medium.

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