Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 13, 1973 · Page 7
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Gglesburg Register-Mail,.Galgsbi^/JJl.,,. Wednesdoy A June 13, 1973 7 Mrs. Meir May Seek Another Term Despite Age By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst Despite the fact that Israeli Premier Golda Meir is 76 years old, she is coming under mounting pressure to seek another full four-year term in general elections this October Foreign Nfews Commentary The reasons are the same as they were four years ago—the former Milwaukee schoolteacher may be the only one who cart hold Israel's ruling Labor party together. Pressures on the party come from both the right and the left. In between is the moderately Socialist leadership which links Mrs. Meir, Deputy Premier Yigal Alien and Finance Minister Pinhas Saplf, Leftist Warned On the right Is Defense Minister Moshe Dayan and on the left the secretary-general of the HUtadrut (trade union federation), Itzhak Ben-Aharon. Ben-Aharon is blamed for provoking a series of wage crises and for recent mass strikes. Election of Histadr'ut officials Is scheduled for September, a month before general elections, and Mrs. Meir and friends had hoped for fien^Aharon'/i retire- ihent, , But he has disappointed them by suggesting he may run again, and the strategy now Is to attempt to postpone the Hlstadrut elections for several months so that party leadership energies are not dissipated between the two so close together. The leadership wants to be able to direct all Its energies against what they regard as Ben-Ahron's extreme socialism. Perhaps more troublesome to the leadership Is the popular Dayan. Dayan's chief rival is Allon. Both have been army generals. Both are 1 in their 60s and both want to be premier. They have sharply opposing views on dealings with t/ic Arabs. Dayan Is associated with the Rail, which left the Labor party soma seven years ago when Brad Hendricks Jim Cahill ROVA High School Students Are Selected for Boys' State Two ROVA High School stu- " "" ~* ' -----dents have been selected to> attend Boys' Sbaite this month in Springfield. Jim CaihiM, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Oaihili, Rio, a sophomore at the school, is being sponsored by Knox County Voitoe 606, 40 & 8. He participates in track, mixed cthoruis, the. Boys' Glee Club, Swing choir, Pep Club, Lettenmian's Club, FFA, Student Council and is. a memben off tihe First Christian Church, Galesburg. Brad Hendricks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hendricks, Oneida, is being sponsored by the Oneida Lions Club. He is a member of the ROVA band, chorus, Letterman's Club, Pep Club, Science Club rand a member of the National Honor Society. He also participates in basketball and was in the oast of the -fall and spring plays. Brad is a member of the Oneida United Methodist Church. FASTEETH Long-holding FASTEETH'" Powder. K takes the worry out of wearing dentures. Alums at Alexis Schedule Dinner ALEXIS — Members of the Alexis Alumni Assn. will hold their annual banquet in the high school gymnasium here Jura 16 at 7 p.m. Reservations, which are due June 14, may be made with Mrs. Kenneth Patterson and Mrs. Robert McCreiglht, both of Alexis, or Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hall, North Henderson. PANTS PLUS HSP FATHER'S DAY SUNDAY, JUNE 17 DRESS HIM SMARTLY DOUBLE KNIT SLCKS A large selection from cool cool plaids - checks- stripes to smart solid colors. Choose from slightly flared, flares and cuffed. Sizes 28 to 40. 00 14 00 to $ 22 In Sizei Small to X-Largo Sport & Dress Shirts ies Including Bows FREE Gift Wrapping — Master Charge — BankAmerlcard Church Children Present Program At Alpha Baptist ALPHA — Seventeen children presented songs and Bible verses they have learned during the past year in a program June 10 at Alpha Baptist Church. A combined meeting of Alpha Baptist Church's woman's so cieties will be held at Mrs Howard McCurdy's home June 19 at 2 p.m. Mrs, Harold Grams will speak on Alaskan missions. Junior Girl Scout Troop 70 members collected more than two tons of paper to be recycled by the Salvation Army during a paper drive June 9. Mr. and Mrs. Richard McNeil hosted a family picnic June 10. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Jenkins have moved to Cary, where he will operate a funeral home He had previously been em ployed by Peterson-Wallin-Knox Funeral Home. former Premier David Bcn- Gurion did so. They returned later but still do not enjoy full confidence of the party leadership. Differences between Dayan and Allon came into sharp focu5 recently after an interview Dayan gave to the British Broadcasting Company and for which he was sharply attacked by a number of cabinet ministers. In it he declared Israel should keep the west bank of the Jordan River "forever and ever and ever and ever" regardless of what may be the Arab stand on a peace settlement. Allon, author of a more comjpromising plan, and Saplr have come out strongly against what they call "creeping annexation" of the occupied territories. Most party mem* bers appear to support this view. As result, some see another Dayan bolt from the party. To avoid a split, the prelSitfe is growing on Mfl. Metf to announce she will go into the election at the head of the slate once again With a pledge to serve out a full term, thus approaching the age of 80 wh«n election time rolls around again in 1977. Poppy Contest Winners Listed ONEIDA—Winners in a Poppy poster contest, sponsored by the Oneida American Legion Post Auxiliary, were announced at a recent meeting. They were Debbie Brown, first; Jeff Bock, second, and Brenda Chandler, third. Poppy sales here last month raised $106, it was reported. 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