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April 13, 1984 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Independence festival
May 20 at main Jewish Center

Rosalie Dean, chairman
for the community's Israel
Independence Day celebra-
tion, sponsored by the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil, has announced the May
20 observance marking Is-
rael's 36th anniversary will
begin at 8 a.m. at the main
Jewish Community Center.
The main program, start-
ing at 1:30 p.m., features an
address by Michigan's Lt.
Gov: Martha Griffiths. Is-
raeli singer Gadi Elon will
provide entertainment at 2
p.m.
According to Booth
Chairman Robert Shapiro,
products from Israel will be
available for sale at
organization-run exhibits
to be open at 10 a.m. Flow-
ers, toys, greeting cards,
eyeglass frames, foods and

Budget cuts
for settlements
in West Bank

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Yitzhak Shamir
told irate Jewish settlers
Tuesday that settlement ac-
tivity on the West Bank will
face budget cuts, just like
activities in, Israel proper,
because of the severe eco-
nomic situation.
Shamir met with mem-
bers of the Council of
Settlers in Judaea and
Samaria who complained
bitterly over what they con-
sider inadequate funding
for new settlements in the
territory. Benny Katzover
and Yisrael Harel, two of
the more militant settler
leaders, demanded greater
resources for new settle-
ments before the July 23
elections.
Shamir sought to place
the settlements within the
broad framework of gov-
ernment spending which
must be cut back in com-
pliance with Finance Minis-
ter Yigal Cohen-Orgad's
austerity economic pro-
gram. Cohen-Orgad, who is
building a home for himself
in Ariel on the West Bank,
strongly supported the
Prime Minister. The set-
tlements budget cannot es-
cape the pruning knife, he
said.

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Activities
in Society

Elaine Sturman of Bir-
mingham was in Israel last
month to participate in
Hadassah's study mission
for young leaders.

Student cited

Daniel J. Halabe, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack R.
Halabe of Livonia, was cited
for distinguished academic
achievement during the fall
quarter at Northwestern
University.

Fisher named

Detroiter Max M. Fisher
has been re-elected as a vice
president of HIAS, the He-
brew Immigrant Aid
Society.

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YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE

SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1984

candies, jewelry, art work,
and telephones are among
the items to be sold. Addi-
tionally, travel and infor-
mational materials will be
displayed.
All Council member-
organizations and their af-
filiates have been invited to
have booths at the Center
for the day's celebration.
A fashion show of Israeli
swimwear and dresses is
being coordinated by Es-
telle Gubow. Models will
circulate in the building
starting at 12:30 p.m. and
the show will be at 1 p.m.
Showings of the film,

"Exodus," will be at 10 a.m.
and 2:30 p.m. Israel's Birth-
day Cake, a magic perform-
ance and arts and crafts,
will highlight the children's
programs beginning at 1
p.m.
Open in the Allan Lounge
at the Center will be the
Safed Artist's Gallery.
At 8 a.m., 500 partici-
pants are expected to gather
for the Jewish Community
Center Runners' Club "Chai
Run" which starts at 8:30
a.m.
The Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration and its Allied
Jewish Campaign are spon-
soring a Walk for Israel to
commence at the Hechtman
Jewish Federation Apts. at
9 a.m. in conjunction with
the 36th Israel Indepen-
dence Day celebration.
For information on the
day's events or to inquire
about an organizational
booth, call the Center's cul-
tural arts department,
661-1000, ext. 250.

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Labor unites behind Peres

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Labor Party will enter the
election campaign united
behind Shimon Peres. Its
Central Committee unani-
mously nominated him to
head its list in the July 23
elections and had praise for
his two rivals, former Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin and
former President Yitzhak
Navon for gracefully bow-
ing out of the race in the
interests of party unity.
Likud also is striving for
internal unity. Deputy
Premier David Levy's an-
nouncement that he will not
contest Premier Yitzhak
Shamir for the top spot on
the election list eased the
situation. But former De-
fense Minister Ariel Sharon
reiteratred that he was de-
termined to run against
Shamir despite appeals
from many Herut activists
to withdraw from the race.
Labor announced that the
defeat of Likud is its top
priority. Peres warned the
Central Committee that
"victory is not guaranteed.
We should not sit back satis-
fied. But victory is not im-
possible. Our main task is to
replace the Likud regime,
for the good of the people,
the country and the Labor
Party."
Navon, in his first politi-
cal speech since ending his
five-year term as president
last year, agreed that Labor
must present a united front.
Many political observers
believe that former Premier
Menachem Begin was a key
factor in Levy's "last min-
ute" decision not to run
against Shamir.
Begin, who has been in
virtual seclusion since he
resigned last summer, in-
vited Shamir to his home
last week for their first
face-to-face meeting in
months. They reportedly
discussed the election cam-
paign and other party mat-
ters.
Meanwhile, MK David

Magen, a leading Sharon
supporter, told reporters
that if Sharon wins 30 per-
cent of the vote in the Herut
Central Committee, he
would consider it a substan-
tial success that would sig-
nificantly strengthen his
standing in the party.

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Four arrested
in attacks on
religious sites

Jerusalem (jta) —
Jerusalem police an-
nounced Monday the ar-
rests of four ultra-religious
Israeli youths who they say
are responsible for the
series of bomb and grenade
attacks on Christian and
Moslem religious sites in
Jerusalem and on the West
Bank in recent months.

The accused were iden-
tified as the brothers Avi
and Ami Darei, their
cousin, David Darei, and
Uri Ben-Ayun. According to
the police; they comprise
the group calling itself
"Terror Against Terror"
(TNT), which has claimed
responsibility for most of
the attacks. Ben-Aytin was
described as the leader.

Jerusalem Police Corn-
missioner Rahamin Com-
fort insisted that the four
had acted alone and were in
no way connected with any
political or other groups. He
specifically ruled out any
link between the "TNT" and
four Orthodox Jews, recent
immigrants from the U.S.,
who were arrested two
weeks ago for the ambush
attack on a bus carrying
Arab day workers from the
West Bank to their jobs in
Israel. There also is no con-
nection between the four Is-
raelis and another group of
ultrareligious Jews await-
ing trial for an attempt to
blow up the El Aksa Mosque
on the Temple Mount, Com-
fort said.

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