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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, November 9, 1979

Cabinet Reorganization Approved by Knesset

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Knesset gave its final
stamp of approval to Pre-
mier Menahem Begin's
Cabinet reorganization
Wednesday night with a
comfortable margin, but not
before a prolonged, bitter
debate that ranged over a
variety of unrelated issues.
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endorsed the appointment
of Yigal Hurwitz as the new
finance minister and the
elevation of former Finance
.Minister Simha Ehrlich to
the newly created post of
second deputy premier.
Hurwitz, the former •
minister of commerce who
resigned from Begin's gov-
ernment earlier this year in
protest against the Camp
David accords, was sworn in
immediately. Ehrlich was
not required to take a new
oath of office. The reshuffle
was made possible when the
Knesset voted Tuesday
night to approve an
amendment to the basic law
governing the government's
structure.
Earlier Wednesday, the
Cabinet approved the new
appointments at a brief
ceremony in which Begin
thanked Ehrlich for his 21/2
years of service in the
treasury post and express'ed
hope that his successor will
fulfill all expectations.
Begin was unable to im-
plement another planned
Cabinet change, the ap-
pointment of Minister,
Without-Portfolio Moshe
Nissim to the post of minis-
ter of information. There is
no such ministry in the pre-
sent government and Nis-
sim, who had agreed to take
the job, changed his mind at
the last minute because of
severe opposition from
other ministeries that eng-
age in information func-
tions.
He backed out after Yosef
Ciechanover, director gen-
eral of the Foreign Minis-

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try, made it clear that the
Foreign Ministry's informa-
tion apparatus would not be
relinquished.
The matter is not ex-
pected to be resolved until
Begin appoints a new
foreign minister to replace
Moshe Dayan who resigned
Oct. 21. So far, Begin has
chosen to hold the appoint-
ment in abeyance and has
undertaken the duties of
foreign minister himself.
The Cabinet reshuffle
faced several roadblocks in
the Knesset and it was un-
certain for a time that Begin
would be able to muster a

majority to push it through.
The Democratic Movement,
which holds seven Knesset
seats, is unhappy over the
creation of a second deputy
premier because it fears this
will inevitably erode the
powers of Deputy Premier
Yigael Yadin, leader of that
faction. Five Democratic
Movement MKs absented
themselves from the
chamber during the voting.
A more serious obstacle
that Begin overcame at
least temporarily was the
threat by the Aguda Israel
bloc to vote against the
Cabinet change unless a re-

NY Federation, UJA Unit
Aid Iranian Jewish Children

NEW YORK ('JTA) —
The Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies and United
Jewish Appeal of Greater
New York have made emer-
gency grants in response to
the plight of hundreds of
Iranian Jewish children
who have left the turmoil of
their country and have
reached the city in recent
months.
They were able to come
here because the youngsters
are stillpermitted to leave
Iran for study abroad.
In a joint announcement,
Harry Mancher and
Stephen Shalom, presidents
of federation and New York
UJA, respectively, stated
that up to $400,000 would
be available in emergency
relief funds. Additional fed-
eration. monies will be allo-
cated for a service program.
Of this, an initial
$50,000 has been released
by federation and UJA to
pay for food and other
basic costs of daily living
for needy Iranian chil-
dren indefinitely cut off
from their families.
This action has been
voted by the boards of the
two organizations, has been
voted by the boards of the
two organizations-, they
added, because of tradi-
tional Jewish concern for
children here . and
everywhere in the world.
Of the $400,000, $200,000
has been pledged to federa-
tion and UJA by the Iranian
Jewish community in New
York, and the remaining
$200,000 will come from the
funds of the two philan-
thropic organizations.
While most Jews who left
Iran recently have gone to
Israel, about 800
youngsters have come to
study in New York under
the auspices of the
Lubavitch Hasidim. The

Gentiles Cited

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Mrs. Danuta Trybus and
Dr. Maria Spiewak of Po-
land were presented with
the "Righteous Gentile"
medal on behalf of Yad
Vashem in Jerusalem by
Paul Kedar, Israel's Consul
General in New York.
The two had saved the
lives of Dr. Sabina Zimering
and her family during
World War H. Zimering is
the only surviving member
of her family and is now liv-
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strictive amendment to the
abortion laws was passed
first by the Knesset. With-
out the four Aguda votes,
the Cabinet plan appeared‘_
in jeopardy. But many
members of Begin's coali -z-
tion are firmly opposed to
the abortion amendment.
The Premier was able to
convince the Aguda that a
Knesset vote now would
have been disastrous for the
amendment and that he
needed time to persuad
opponents to change
p-
minds. The Aguda
ported the government on
the Cabinet change but re-
newed its threat to leave the.
coalition if the abortion
amendment is not eventu;__
ally adopted.

children range from 10 to 20
years of age.
The Lubavitch move-
ment, having assumed
parental responsibility
for most of these chil-
dren, appealed to federa-
tion and UJA for aid, in-
asmuch as while many of
the children come from
families who can pay for
their care, others, from
poor families, need assis-
tance.
In addition to helping pay
essential bills, federation —
primarily through its
Jewish Board of Family and
Children's Services
(JBFCS) and Federation
Employment and Guidance
Service — will provide
counseling as needed to all
Iranian children coping
with emotional and
psychological problems, and
will give vocational guid-
ance and job placement as-
sistance to older youth, it
was reported.

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