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June 29, 1979 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-29

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Friday, June 29, 1919 21

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Labor Kibutzim Unite After
a 28-Year Separation

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
two major Labor-oriented
kibutz movements in Israel
agreed to reunite over the
weekend ending a 28-year-
old schism that occurred
over issues which have long
ceased to have any rele-
vance for a majority of the
members.
The consolidation of
Kibutz Hameuchad with
the Ichud Hakvutzot VeH-
akibutzim, was decided at
their respective conven-
tions, the former held at
Kibutz Ha'an in Galilee and
the latter at Yifat. Both
called on the Kibutz Haartzi
movement of Mapam to join
with them to create a solid
Labor kibutz front.

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The new movement is
called Hatenuah Hakibut-
zit Hameuchedet — United
Kibutz Movement. Its con-
stituent assembly will con-
vene in October.
The split came about in
1951 when Mapai kibut-
zim broke with Kibutz
Hameuchad and merged
with the Chever Hakvut-
zot to foim the Ichud
Hakvutzot VeHakibut-
zim. Pro-Achdut Avodah
kibutzim remained in the
framework of the origi-
nal movement.
Those events sent
shockwaves through the
young state, then barely
three years old. Families
were divided by conflicting
loyalties and many kibutz
financial enterprises had to
be split. Eventually, Mapai
and Achdut Haavodah set-
tled their differences and
merged to form the present
Labor Party. But their re-
spective kibutz movements
remained separated for the
next 15 years.

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JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
sharp controversy has ari-
sen within the government
and the economic estab-
lishment over whether the
Treasury should freeze the
prices of basic commodities,
a course strenuously advo-
cated by Premier Menahem
Begin for what, critics con-
tend, are largely political
reasons.
Cabinet Secretary Arye
Naor announce& Sunday
that a decision to freeze
prices for an undetermined
period was in fact taken at a
meeting of the Ministerial
Economic Committee
attended by Begin.
Earlier reports that this
was a full Cabinet decision
were greeted by strong op-
position from Treasury offi-
cials, the Bank of Israel and
several prominent
economists. Finance Minis-
ter Simha Ehrlich was said
to have been against it but
was overruled by Begin. But
according to some ministers
who participated in yester-
day's meeting, no formal de-
cision on prices was 'taken
and none was expected until
the Cabinet meets again in
regular session this Sun-
day.
The Premier seemed to
be reacting to angry pro-
tests that greeted the
latest price hikes. He de-
clared last week that in-
flation was a "disease
that can be cured" and
that the time has come to

put an end to the inflatio-
nary spiral.
Treasury officials, how-
ever, warned that a freeze
would only contribute to in-
flation because the public
would have more money to
spend -on other consumer
goods. The Bank of Israel
called on the government to
cut ministerial budgets
proportionately and stated
that as long as it is incapa-
ble of doing that it should
raise prices as previously
planned.
Israeli dairy farmers
went on strike last week
creating a severe shortage
of milk and its by-products.
The purpose is to pressure
the government to end its
subsidy of imported frozen
veal which competes with
home-raised poultry. Milk
was available, however, for
hospitals, the army and in-
fants.
At the same time, a
slow-down by maintenance
workers at the Israel Elec-
tric Co. has been causing a
series of blackouts in Israel,
sometimes for a half-hour at
a time.
The Cabinet on Sunday
fired Prof. Assaf Rasinn,
director of the govern-
ment's economic plan-
ning authority, because
of his strong public criti-
cism of the government's
economic policy. The
Cabinet acted unanim-
ously at the request of
Ehrlich who claimed that

Rasinn had reneged on a
promise not to attack the
government at public
forums.
Rasinn told a newspaper
interviewer that "the gov-
ernment and the Premier
are not serious" about solv-
ing economic problems and
charged that Begin "is com-
pletely out of the economic
problems."

The court said the 12-year
sentence given Jaabari was
lenient in view of his age
and state of health. The
court apparently also took
into consideration Jaabari's
claim that El Fatah had
threatened to harm his
daughter, a resident of Be-
irut, if he did not cooperate.

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northern outskirts of Tel
Aviv was reported by the
police after a bomb
exploded there last week.
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TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
ity of the prestigious Coun-
military court in Lod has
try Club for questioning.
Meanwhile, three Arab
imposed a 12-year prison
sentence on Nur A-Din youths were killed when an
explosive device detonated
Jaabari for aiding El Fatah
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terrorists, membership in
West Bank last Thursday.
El Fatah and organizing the
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nition and sabotage mate- , ing the incident said they
were apparently preparing
rial from Lebanon to Israel.
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collaborating with Joseph
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received a 10-year prison
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