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10 Friday, MR 21, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Battle on Knesset Seats, Allocations.Dividing Aguda

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By MOSHE RON

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the Rabbis of Gur and Wis-
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the Knesset deputies of the
Aguda faction, Rabbi
Shlomo Lorincz and Rabbi
Menahem Porush that the
money which is given by the
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criminated against by
Rabbi Lorincz. The Aguda
faction of four Knesset de-
puties is divided between
the representatives of the
Rabbi of Gur (Rabbi Ab-
raham Shapira) and the
Rabbi of Wisnitz (Rabbi
Shmuel Halpert) on one
hand, and the representa-
tives of the Lithuanian
Hasidim, Lorincz and
Porush.
It is a long conflict. There
is also a conflict about the
Likud agreement, accord-
ing to which only four
Aguda deputies are elected
to the Knesset. The fifth
candidate in the list, Yosef
Melamed, a Yemenite from
Rosh Haayin, would enter
the Knesset after two years.
The Rabbi of Gur main-
tains that as Lorincz and
Porush have been in the
Knesset for many years,
one of them has to give up
his seat in favor of
Melamed. Lorincz and
Porush, supported by
Rabbi Shach who is
chairman of the Council
of Torah Sages, insist
that one of the two other
deputies should give up
his seat.
The Aguda seeks a corn-
promise in this delicate
matter. There is a proposal
that all four deputies of the
Aguda should not be on the

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Aguda list for the next
The four are also divided time ago. Mrs. Doron did not
Knesset elections and in over confirming Mrs. Sara support proposed changes in
their place should be candi- Doron of the Liberal Party the law on "who is a Jew"
dates who are not politi- as a new member of the which was proposed by the
cians but functionairies and Cabinet in place of Yitzhak Aguda members in the
sages. Berman, who resigned some Knesset.
Rabbi Shapira argues
that Lorincz and Porush
should not have been candi-
dates for the last elections,
after the Rabbi of Gur had
By HERBERT LUFT
demanded before the Coun-
to Alexander Korda at Lon-
(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)
cil of Torah Sages that all
don Films. He was also a re-
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Aguda candidates should be
, new ones. The representa- Kanin, president of the both silent and sound pic-
tive of the Wisnitz Hasidim, Academy of Motion Picture tures in Berlin.
Shmuel Halpert, insists Arts and Sciences, in her
In 1931, he wrote "The
that since he did not sign opening speech at the Oscar Theft of Mona Lisa." Two
the agreement with presentations last month, years later he wrote
Melamed the matter does evoked the specter of Anne "Schubert's Unfinished
Frank as a vivid example of Symphony" for director
not concern him.
The Rabbi of Gur refused the power of the screen. Ms. Willi Forst; in 1934, "Mas-
to sign an appeal to support Kanin spoke of how Anne querade," in which his
the schools of the Aguda in Frank detached herself name as author was re-
Israel. Rabbi Lorincz is vis- from reality when decorat-. placed by Forst due to the
iting the U.S. to collect ing her dingy room in the Aryan race laws in Ger-
attic of wartime Amster- many. Best known in this
money for this purpose.
The brother of the Rabbi dam with glamor pictures of country for his screen play
of Gur, Pinhas Menahem Hollywood movie stars, collaborations on
Alter who is the chairman of very likely not just with the "Ninotchka," "The Great
Aguda in Israel and is visit- adoration of an adolescent Waltz," "Comrade X," and
ing the U.S., refused to par- but to strengthen her belief "Niagara," he won an Oscar
ticipate in a reception given in the survival of beauty for "Titanic," was responsi-
for Lorincz. He is collecting and goodness. The remem- ble for "Gaslight," and made
money for the Beit Yaacov brance of films or the view- his directorial debut in Hol-
ing of faded photos in the lywood with "Song of
schools.
Many Hasidim in Israel isolation of her quarters, Scheherazade."
are supporting the demand Ms. Kanin said, must have
Leah and Rachel were sis-
for the establishment of a served as a. potent crutch
control commission. They against mental anguish and ters.
are asking the government physical collapse.
JUNKETS! JUNKETS!
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