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June 22, 1984 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH iNEWS

Friday, June 22, 1984 - 27

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Labor leads
election poll

Tel Aviv (JTA) — With
less than six weeks to go be-
fore election day, the Labor
Alignment is leading Likud
by a 44-28 percent margin,
according to the results of a
poll released Tuesday by the
Hanoch and Rafi Smith
Public Opinion Research
Center.
The ' figures showed
Labor's lead up from 41 per-
cent in April. Likud's 28
percent represented no
change since then.
The two religious parties
— National Religious Party
and Aguda Israel — de-
clined from 12 percent to
10.5 percent. Other parties
in the Likud-led coalition
held steady at 5.5 percent.
Former Defense Minister
Ezer Weizman's new Yahad
Party was up to 3.5 percent
from three percent in the
earlier poll.
The smaller opposition
parties showed a gain from
4.5 to five percent. The
number of undecided voters
dropped from six percent to
3.5 percent.

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parents-to-be

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expectant parents begin-
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3 U.S. soldiers
killed in Sinai
helicopter crash

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Three
U.S. army airmen were kil-
led in the Sinai last Friday
when their helicopter
crashed on a routine
maintenance flight, the
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from the Red Sea, in flat ter-
rain 11 miles north of
Sharm El Sheikh. An inves-
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