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June 26, 1981 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, lune 26, 1981

31 Parties Compete. for Seats in Election Tuesday

(Continued from Page 1)
can run successfully only
if it has its own private mil-
lionaire to finance it.
Corinaldi said that
Shorashim could not com-
pete with parties willing to
spend as much as $3,000 per
minute on TV propaganda,
and up to $500,000 per
Knesset member, all told.
The Atzmaut list,
headed by Prof. Ezra
Sohar, wants to aboligh
income tax in order to
make everyone want to
work harder. It also
wants to abolish all sub-
sidies and grants to in-
dustry.
Sohar contends that in
1979 the Treasury collected
IS8.6 billion in income tax
and distributed IS10 billion
in grants and subsidies to
industry.
The best way to end
cheating and "undeclared
income" is to abolish income
tax, says Sohar.
The Likud government
has brought the ugliest side
of Diaspora life to Israel, in
the opinion of author Amos
Oz, who has joined the
Labor bandwagon. "We've
become," he told reporters,
"a little shtetl of speculators
with a nationalist, reli-

gious, bourgeois govern-
ment."
Oz said that for the past
20 years he has been
fighting for what he con-
siders the spirit of the
Labor movement against
what he feels were mis-

* * *

Coverage

JERUSALEM — Israel
Radio will broadcast live
election coverage to North
America Tuesday evening
over its shortwave radio
network.
Coverage begins at 8 p.m.
Detroit time over 15582,
11637 and 9815 kHz.

* * *

Likud Jumps
in Election Poll

takes by Labor move-
ment leaders. "Now,
what's in the balance
isn't two parties but two
cultures — I would al-
most say civilizations.
One I'll call Eretz Yisrael
for short, and the other
the Diaspora at - its ug-
liest. When that's the
choice, I'm for Eretz Yis-
rael, even if I'll become a
critic again the day after
a Labor Alignment gov-
ernment is formed.
Oz spoke against the
hatred that, he says, has
been sown between
Ashkenazim and Sephar-
dim. "People's worst side is
being developed — hatred,
intolerance and feelings of
inequality."

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Likud has substantially in-
creased its lead over the
Labor Alignment according
to the latest public opinion
poll published in the
Jerusalem Post.
The poll, conducted by the
Modiin Izrahi company fol-
lowing Israel's air attack on
Iraq's nuclear reactor June
7, found that if the elections
were held now, Likud would
win 49 Knesset seats to 37
for Labor.

.

"I

Their statement fol-
lows: "We Republicans
who were active in the
1980 campaign to elect
President Reagan and
Vice President Bush, to
bring President
Reagan's message to the
Jewish community, have
joined together to help
enact the President's
economic program.
"We have carefully exam-
ined President Reagan's
economic program to re-
vitalize America and find
that the budget reductions
and tax cut proposals do
provide the combination of
reductions in government
spending and restoration of
incentives necessary to end
the tragic impact of infla-
tion and stagnation on all
Americans.
"The growth of govern-
ment and the increasing tax
burden caused by inflation
have significantly altered
the economic climate that
encourages growth and risk
taking. President Reagan's
economic program is a first
major step in moving
America back to a path of
non-inflationary growth
and prosperity.
"We as Jewish Republi-
cans, enthusiastically sup-
port the President's eco-
nomic program of budget
reductions and tax cuts
and encourage., Close who
agree with 9ur position to
contact their Senators and
Congressmen to enlist their
votes for the program."

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of labors, the price of cour-
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the inflation is not halted, it
will explode out of control
within three to four months.
The Black Panthers who
support MK Charlie Biton
in the Democratic Front for
Peace and Equality Claim
they will demonstrate Sun-
day in New York, Paris,
Montreal and London
against what they call "the
government's adventurist
policy as expressed in the
bombing of the Iraqi nu-
clear reactor."

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The recently-formed Na-
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Committee this week issued
a statement endorsing the
economic policies of
President Ronald Reagan.
The statement urges sup--
port for the Administra-
tion's policies as outlined by
the President.
Max M. Fisher; chairman
of the committee, heads the
list of committee members
who form a national roster
from many states. Co-
signing the statement with
him are Detroiters Paul
Borman and Edward C.
Levy Jr., and Stanford
Adelstein, Rapid City, S.D.,
Rottrt Asher, Chicago,
Bernard Barnett, Louis-,
ville, Mrs. Annette
Finesilver, Denver, Richard
Fox, Philadelphia, Douglas
Giant, Seattle, Victor
Goodman, Columbus, Ohio,
Osias Goren, Beverly Hills,
Calif., Leonard Greenberg,
Hartford, Conn., Hank
Greenspun, Las Vegas, Syl-
via Hassenfeld, Barrington,
R.I., Rita Hauser, New
York, Edwin Herzog, Los
Angeles, Harlan Hocken-
berg, Des Moines, Iowa and
George Klein, New York.
Others are: Dr. Allan
Levey, Potomac, Md., Irwin
Levy, West Palm Beach,
Fla., Lynn P. and Mrs. Har-
vey M. Meyerhoff, Owings
Mills, Md., Dr. Ruth Miller,
Cleveland, Gerald New-
man, New York, Ray Rac-
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Rosen, Philadelphia, -Dr.
Seymour Rossenwasser,
Santa Monica, Calif., Rabbi
Seymour Siegel, New York,
Ruth Singer, Beverly Hills,
Calif., Jacques Torczyner,
New York and -Gordon
Zacks, Columbus, Ohio.
;

Prof. Haim Ben-Shahar,
the Alignment's candidate
for Finance Minister,
warned that Likud's plan to
pay a 100 percent cost-of-
living allowance every
month would double the in-
flation rate.
Speaking at the Haifa
Labor Council, Ben-Shahar
said the plan would also re-
duce real wages, as the
monthly COL allowance
would replace all other in-
crements. He warned that if

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