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February 04, 1972 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-04

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Sadat Suffering
From Credibility Gap

38—Friday, February 4, 1972

LONDON (ZINS)—A dispatch
filed by the Cairo correspondent
far the Observer of London's For-
eign News Service reports that
certain statements made by Anwar
Sadat for Western eyes were care-
fully deleted from Alp accounts
publishefi for domestic c0ti3tfifilf3:.
tion.
Replying to a query as to how
long the Russians will stay in
Egypt, Sadat's answer was, "You
don't have to ask me because I
am eager to send the Soviet units
home."
On chances for peace talks re-
sulting from the U. S. initiative,
Sadat said, "We agreed to the so-
called 'proximity talks' and I even
designated my emissary, Minister
of State Murad Gbaleb."
As for direct negotiations with
Israel, Sadat - declared he had
"agreed to direct negotiations if
Israel committed itself to with-
drawal." All of these statements
were deleted from the version
published in Cairo.

Girth

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jtnnouncements

Israel Chief of Staff 'Dado'
zar
Leads. His Troops in Giving Blood

-JERUSALEM (JTA) — A state
Continental Oil is owned by
commission of insuiry -was' -told Ifentechal lreleaniar4 thh
Monday that close to $100,090 un- government -i Amitallea

Ass,
accounted for in the books of the aging direetor -Of -lire:Wei - Neft
Continental Oil Co. had been after the Six?DaylVar to exploit
turned over to the Israeli Defense the oil fields can Cared from
MinistrY for the'ronstrection of * •Thtypt. The investigation- into the

.

synagogue- in the Sinai and was
later diverted to the construction
of an air field.
The information was provided

affairs of Netivei -Neft was
Opened as a result -of-allegations

mismanagenien‘-',4raudulent

of

bookkeeping and theft of gov-
by Mordechai Firm; a lawyer and etnment property against Fried-
former associate of Justice Minis- man. The latter was said to have
sold government equipment as-
ter Yaacov Shimshon Shapiro,
whose law firm registered Conti- signedlo Netivei Neft to his own
nental Oil.
firm, Continental Oil, at a low
price.
Firon testified before the com-
The $100,00() missing from Conti-
mission, headed by Supreme Court
Justice Alfred Vitkon, which re- nental Oil when the Vitkon com-
sumed hearings started three mission began its hearings, turned
months ago into alleged scandals up about four weeks later in the
in the operation of Netivei Neft, a books of the defense ministry as

government-owned company drill- a donation.
•ng oil in the Sinai.
According to Firon, Maj. Gen.
Tzvi Tsur, a special assistant to
the
ministry, knew all
Halakha and 'lard Rock along defense
where the .mOney went and
Advocates Collide
so did Deputy Minister of Finance
TEL AVIV (JTA)—The muni- Dr. Zevi Dinstein and State Attor-
Especially for -the needs of her civilian populaiiofrand the -armed -
ney
Getter-al Ifeir."Slijittigsr:,
ipal
-
roalition in Ramat Gan , the
forces, Israel is in dire need of blood. Recognising the importance
of th e blood program of Magen David Adam, the Israel counterpart -_- residential suburb al geld-Aid'? Is
in danger of dissolution because ,of
of the Red Cross, rav-aInf (chief of staff) David "Dado" Elaxar
tiiiiiiiithiiiiiiiie
a discotheque
...
was the first of his military forces to donate blood and he was fol-
The municipality'S Education, 400 ft.-8165 ;Cofts,p.
lowed by his senior army officers at Israel's general staff head-
Culture
and
Youth
Department
quarters. As in all matters relating to the Israel army, with the
aw aut..

-

Jan. 24—To Dr. and Mrs. Mel-
vyn M. Friedman (Susan Benson),
4359 Pinehurst, Orchard Lake, a
son, Lowell Scott.
officers in the front ranks of all actions, General Elazar gave blood,
• •
with a "Follow me" invitation that enlisted the cooperation of Ms'
Jan 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Tom fellow
officers and the rank and file.
Ettlinger (Jamie Kendrick), 6824
Woodside Tr., Birmingham, a son,
Brant Daniel.
• • •
Jan. 21—To Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Composer and conductor Julius 200,000th copy of his "Song of
S. Stark (Sue Wolfgang of Detroit), Chajes, who leads the Jewish Cen- Galilee."
Beersheba, Israel, a son, Lev Ra- ter's symphony orchestra, has juit
Transcontinental Music Publica-
pheal.
been notified of the sale of the tions, in a communication to Cha-
• • •
jes,
said no other composition in
Jan. 18—To Dr. and Mrs. Cary
its catalogue/ has achieved such
J. Stegman (Shirley Kunin), 26421
success.
Franklin Pointe Dr., Southfield,
"Song of Galilee" has been per-
a son, Lauren Daniel.
BETH
ABRAHAM
-
HILLEL
formed
by Fred Waring, the Robert
0 0 0
MEN'S
CLUB
will
present
the
Shaw
Chorale and on television
Jan. 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Jerry fourth program in its 10th anniver- by Perry
Como. All-state high
Zabel (Rochelle Grund), 14750 sary breakfast forum series 10 a.m.
Borgman, Oak Park, a daughter Sunday in the synagogue. Sister 'school choirs in many states have
sung
it,
as
well as the Mormon
Elisa Joann.
Agnes Mary, president of Mercy Tabernacle Choir in Salt Lake
• • •
College,
will
speak
on
"Higher
City. In addition, nine record com-
Jan. 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Mark
When? Where? Why?" panies have made recordings of
E. Schlussel (Rose Lynn Meckler), Education:
Jacob
Thumin
will
preside,
and
the
Chajes work.
25655 Catalina, Southfield, a son, Rabbi Israel I. Halpern will par-
David Charles.
ticipate in the program. Harry Left `Israel's Sabbatarians
* •
is president of the men's club, and
Jan. 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
Lichtenstein and Jules Not Deprived of a Living'
tin Newman (Annette Schneider), Bernard
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Labor
Feldmesser
arrangements
26121 Harding, Oak Park, a daugh- chairmen. The are
public is invited.
Minister Joseph Almogi told the
ter, Sara Nicole.
Knesset
that nobody in Israel is de-
C
C
prived of a livelihood for refusing
Jan. 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
to work on the Sabbath.
ert D. Feldman (Sharon Taub-
He asserted that of 750,000 work-
man), 29180 Fairfax, Southfield,
ers
in the country only 8,500 were
a son, Brian Jeffrey.
required to work on Saturdays. -
• • •
SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
Almogi was replying to Dr.
Dec. 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Ferency (Lorraine Katcher), POST AND AUXILIARY will meet Yehuda Bei Meir of the Nation-
8
p.m.
Monday
at
the
JWV
head-
al
Religious- Party who had plac-
24301 Oneida, Oak Park, a son,
quarters. Hostesses for the evening ed on the Knesset agenda the
Shawn.
will be Edna Arnkoff and Faye question of whether or not a Sab-
• • •
Dec. 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Nor- Blau. The post and auxiliary will bath observer should be deprived
man Dines (Rita Grossman), 19908 celebrate their 25th anniversary of a livelihood.
with a dinner-dance March 12, at
The issue was brought up as a
Heyden, a son, Shawn Isaac.
the Club Legionaire in Highland result of a recent report that a
Park. Special recognition will be Jewish immigrant from Soviet
given to charter members of the Georgia had lost his job at. Lydda
post and auxiliary. For informa- Airport for refusing to work on Sat-
_Medically Competent
tion and reservations, call Yetta urdays.
Glass, KE 5-4133 or Irene Levin,
MOHEL
Histadrut, which investigated
968-3169.
In Horne or Hospital
the charge, found there was no
basis for the worker's claim. -
557-9666

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Mystery Funds of Conteet 1 Oil
W en t to -Mika
_
rs Tod=

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Chafes' 'Song of Galilee' Top Seller

Men's Clubs

1

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turned an empty air raid shelter

the center of ,.town into a tliSco%
therm* for: idle youth.-
,

All went well f or several

in

,

but when the Jalli14:, BM- °Med
last Friday:nig/It, the National
Religious-Party's councilors this)
ened to quit the coalition **kr
the place was immediately tiNifitred
to stay closed on the.Aatthiilk-!
Since Friday nigbillkhete'Ulgki
for dancing, witlE7.116.::selfoiel the
next morning, thi:,,,y0011 depart-
ment decided-;terlAretr iithe place
open Friday)Sighbrlcr :keep the kids
occupied.
Discussions :jiithin the coalition
are being held-in an effort to heail
off a crisis between the forces of
halakha and those of hard rock,

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