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January 09, 1981 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Begin Government Facing
Crisis Over Teacher Salaries

increase in the teaching
staff the hike would cost the
treasury about $1.5 billion.
The teachers union is de-
manding parity with
engineering workers who
they say earn about 60 per-
cent more.
Political sources said
the crisis would come to a
head at Sunday's Cabinet
meeting unless Hurwitz,
Hammer and Begin reach
agreement on the
teachers' pay dispute.
Most observers are not
optimistic that they will.
Hammer met with
teachers union officials this
evening to report on some
comprofflise formulas
brought up at yesterday's
Cabinet meeting. They
were rejected out of hand by
the teachers. Hammer, a
leader of the National Reli-
gious Party (NRP), Likud's
principal coalition partner,
has indicated that he would
resign if the pay hikes Were
not approved.
Hammer's close political
ally, Yehuda Ben-Meir said
today that the NRP would
"have to think hard about
the future of the govern-
ment" if the Education
Minister was forced to re-
sign over the teachers pay
issue. He noted, too, that the
NRP was not consulted and
had no part in Begin's cur-
rent negotiations with the
three-man Ahva faction
which may enter the gov-

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Finance Minister Yigal
Hurwitz submitted a note of
"conditional" resignation to
Premier Menahem Begin
during the Cabinet meeting
last Sunday. He said he
would not hesitate to carry
it out unless an acceptable
compromise is reached in
his dispute with Education
Minister Zevulun Hammer
over pay raises for teachers.
Hammer supports the
raises, recommended by the
Etzioni Commission.
The Etzioni report
commended a year ago
Lnat teachers should receive
an increase of about 55 per-
cent on present salaries
which average about $525 a
month. Together with a de-
mand for retirement at 50
and a requested 20 percent

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and pulls out his Rafi fac-
tion.

The teachers meanwhile,
accused the government of
"footdragging" over their
raises. Classes in all Israeli
schools were suspended for
one hour Monday while the
teachers, on union orders,
held staff meetings to pro-
test the governinent's inac-
tion.
Union officials said
that there would be no
further job actions. But
both the elementary
school and high school
teachers' unions have
filed formal notice of a
"labor dispute." This
entitles them, under law,
to call a full-scale strike
in 15 days.

Hurwitz reportedly wrote
his resignation notice by
hand during the weekly
Cabinet session. Legal ex-
perts were uncertain as to
whether it can be regarded
as a formal letter of resigna-
tion. Apparently its purpose
is to permit Hurwitz to
leave the Cabinet if Begin
decided to "go to the
President" to submit the
resignation of his govern-
ment.
Israeli law does not per-
mit a Cabinet member to re-
sign from a "lame duck" or
caretaker government that
remains in office pending
elections.

• • COMPLETE* • Cabinet Names Police Chief,


• Interior Minister Under Fire
+ Maid and • JERUSALEM (JTA) — nance Minister Yigal Hur-
Israeli Cabinet on Sun- witz — was seen as an ex-

• The
day approved the appoint- preSsion of support for Burg.
• Janitorial • ment of Arye Invitzan, a He has come under heavy
fire for allegedly having
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postpone an investigation of
possible criminal activity
within the Interior Ministry
until after the Knesset elec-
tions scheduled for Novem-
ber.
Shafir was dismissed
after he admitted to a Knes-
set committee that the
police had deliberately
leaked false information to
the press on the bribe-
taking case against Reli-
gious Affairs Minister Aha-
ron Abu-Hatzeira, a
member of Burg's National
Religious Party (NRP).
Meanwhile, the executive
director of the Association
of Reform Zionists of
America has called for the
abolition of Israel's chief
rabbinate because of their
stand that state's evidence
was inadmissable in the
Abuhazeira case on
halakhic grounds. The wit-
nesses would receive im-
munity from prosecution.
Rabbi Ira S. Youdovin
made his attack on the chief
rabbinate in the Dec. 10
issue of Sh'ma magazine.

Musicians Isaac Stern,
Yitzhak Perlman, Pinhas
Zukerman, Daniel Baren-
boim and conductor Zubin
Mehta are sometimes re-
ferred to as the "Kosher
Nostra."

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