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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-26

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5 4 Friday, March 26, 1976

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

53 — ENTERTAINMENT

Kitchen cabinets refinished. Wood
staining & antiquing. Interior, ex-
terior painting. Reasonable. Refer-
ences. 547-1438.
SECURE your home. Deadholts in-
stalled $24.95 complete. Reliable
locksmith. 542-9613. •
QUALITY interior & exterior paint-
ing. Free estimates. 582-5634 and
386-5294.
PLUMBING REPAIRS, Drains,
sewer cleaning. 24 hr. service.
368-9754.
Licensed electrical contractor —
residential — commercial wiring —
general repairs — service changes —
reasonable rates. 544-0350.
ELECTRICIAN,
LICENSED
557-8981 or 557-5775.
WILL ADDRESS invitations of all
kinds. Call Judy. 399-3412.
CARPENTRY work, inside & out-
side. I. Schwartz.- 545-7712.
COMPLETE remodeling, altera-
tions, repair, kitchen, den, base-
ment, fam. rm., reasonable.
538-6894 after 4.
DRESSMAKING and alterations.
20 years experience. Reasonable.
968-8490.
ROOFING. SIDING, GUTTERS &
trim. License, insured. Free esti-
mates. 525-9160.

4 piece band — THE
BLUE MENAGERIE — 9
instruments — Wed-
dings, Bar-Mitzvahs,
Private Parties, Rock &
Roll and Jewish Music.
Reasonable prices.

OAK PARK PLUMBING
& HEATING
Licensed Master Plumber
& Sewer Cleaning.
399-9528 or 399-8078

MR. FRIEDMAN

PAINTING

Interior—Exterior
Reasonable—No Waiting
Call
HAROLD MILNER

535-7946

Wet, damp, leaky basements
made dry. Guaranteed 18
years. Experienced — lowest
price.
FRANK'S WATERPROOFING

559-7398

Aluminum
Siding & Trim

Aluminum Gutters-Roofing
Replacement Windows
Deal With Owner
Ca ll ADAMS

531-7060

Professional
TYPING Service

Make sure your thoughts get
across! High caliber, fast
work for home or office —
Pickup & Delivery Available.
G. B. GREEN 646 - 2112

LI 7-1569
1-763-1753

PARTIES
CONVENTIONS
BAR-MITZVAHS,
ETC.

We guarantee it will be
the talk of the occasion.

COMPUTER
PORTRAITS

673-5183

H. W. Zimmerman

Herman W. Zimmerman,
an automotive engineer
with Chrysler Corp. for 43
years, died March 21 at age
72.
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.,
Mr. Zimmerman lived most
of his life in Detroit, prior to
retiring to Lauderdale
Lakes, Fla., eight years ago.
He was a founder and
past president of the Metro-
politan Detroit Bnai Brith
Bowling Association and a
founder, past president,
honorary life member and
member of the board of gov-
ernors of the International
Bnai Brith Bowling Associa-
tion. He was for more than
26 years tournament direc-
tor of the international
bowling association.
A member of Temple Is-
rael, he was a member of
the Society of Automotive
Engineers and Detroit
eodge 2 of the Masons. He
was graduated from Kala-
mazoo College.
Mr. Zimmerman leaves
his wife, Ceal; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Leon (Marilyn)
Belin, Mrs. Leonard (Gloria)
Brozgold and Mrs. Milton
(Sara) Welton; and seven
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.

Late Rene Cassin's
Tribute Honoring
2 Snapper Comets — Haffkine Re-Called

51 MISCELLANEOUS

well cared for snow and
mow accessories. $450
and $350 or offer.

Call daytime Sat. & Sun.

626-5906

Mau rice Bolle,

Resistance Leader

BRUSSELS (JTA) —
Maurice Bolle, a war resist-
ance figure, has died here at
age 85.
Soon after the outbreak of
World War II, Mr. Bolle or-
ganized escape routes to
Britain, Spain and Switzer-
land. In 1942, he became one
of the main leaders of the
defense committee of Jews.
He was rescued by U.S.
troops from Buchenwald
where he was sent by the
Nazis in 1943. -

NEW YORK — The many
honors and titles mentioned
in the obituary of .Prof.
Rene Cassin, who died in
Paris Feb. 20, neglected his
position as honorary presi-
dent of the Waldemar Mor-
decai Haffkine Interna-
tional Memorial Committee.
That group's organizer,
Edythe Lutzker, writes that
Prof. Cassin accepted the
post on condition that he
would not be overly bur-
dened. However, he played a
prominent role in the Sep-
tember, 1972 ceremony in
Paris' Institut Pasteur com-
memorating Haffkine's an-
ti-cholera vaccine that was
developed 80 years before.
Prof. Cassin made a ma-
jor speech to the interna-
tional assembly at the Insti-
tut in tribute to Haffkine
and hosted the reception
that evening at the Alliance
Israelite Universelle.

Ford Terms Sadat Break With Russia a 'Dividend'

.WASHINGTON (JTA) —
President Ford said that a
"dividend" of "the trust that
Israel and the Arabs have in
the United States" was the
decision of Egyptian Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat to abro-
gate the Egyptian-Soviet,
friendship treaty and he
added the action would be
"responded to by the United
States economically and
otherwise."
Ford defended his foreign
policy at a meeting at the
White House with a group
of newspaper editors. He
did not explain what he

Israel Seeking
EEC Benefits

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel is insisting that its
agreements with the Euro-
pean Common Market con-
tain provisions for financial
benefits , equal to any that
might be extended to other
Mediterranean nations con-
eluding pacts with the Euro-
pean Economic Community.
Israeli leaders are making
that clear to Francois-Za-
vier Ortoli, president of the -
EEC commission, who ar-
rived last Saturday for an
official visit.
Israel wants to benefit
from the financial assist-
- ance and credits extended
by the EEC to developing
countries. Foreign Minister
Yigal Allon told Ortoli that
if the Maghreb states —
Morocco-Algeria-Tunisia —
win a "financial protocol" as
part of their impending
agreement with the EEC,
Israel would insist on the
same treatment as only fair
and proper.
Israel concluded its agree-
Jnent with the Common
Market last July. Negotia-
tions between the EEC and
the Maghreb states are still
in progress.

Israel-Mexico
Set Trade Talks

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
40-member delegation from
Mexico is expected here at
the end of the month for
talks on implementing var-
ious projects aimed at
strengthening economic and
commercial ties between
Mexico and Israel.
The projects were ini-
tiated during Foreign Minis-
ter Yigal Allon's recent visit
to Mexico. Allon will receive
the delegation which will
also meet with Minister of
Commerce and Industry
Haim Barley.

The group will be headed
by Mexican President Luis
Echeverria's adviser for
chemicals and agriculture
and will include the director
generals of Mexico's two
major chemical manufac-
turers.

Eban Won't Join
Rabin Government

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Sources here said all nego-
tiations aimed at bringing
former Foreign Minister
Abba Eban into Rabin's gov-
ernment have ended.

meant by "otherwise" but
he is seeking Congressional
approval for the sale to.
Egypt of six C-130 transport
planes. -
The- plan has -evoked
strong opposition from Is-
rael, Israeli supporters in
CongresS and by American
Jewish organizations. The
opposition is not to the
transfer of the transport
planes but over fears that it
is a first step towards a U.S.
policy of supplying weapons
lo Egypt.
Ford said the effect of

the Sadat action was that toward starting a weapons
Sadat "is no longer de- supply program - for Egypt -
pendent on the Soviet until after the Senate votes
Union for any military on the foreign aid appropri-
hardware. That is a tre- ations bill and until a Sen-
mendous change for the ate-House conference acts
better, in our opinion, and on the authorization mea-
we have, of course, hope sures for foreign aid which
and trust that the move of include funding for the
cutting off relations, in ef- transitional quarter be-
feet, with the Soviet Union tween June 30 and Oct. 1 of
will be responded to by the 25 percent of appropriations
United States government for all countries receiving
in any efforts that we can aid, including Israel and
make, economically and Egypt.
Rabbi Alexander Schin-
otherwise."
No action is expected by filer, chairman of the Con-
the Ford Administration ference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations, who headed
a delegation of Jewish ler '
Weizman, who served ers, who came to protest
briefly as Transport Minis- sale, said he has "no iCit,et
ter in the wall-to-wall coali- what the Jewish community
tion government formed by will do" now.
The Jewish leaders, Rabbi
Premier Meir after the 'Six-
Day War, said that new Schindler said, "nev-
elections would be held in ertheless have serious reser-
Israel within the next 18 vations" on the transfer of
months and indicated that the military aircraft be-
he would seek office on the cause,_ although that fact
Herut slate although he had will not tip the power bal-
once contemplated forming ance in the Middle East, the
a new political faction of his sale is a "symbolic act that
own. represents the beginning of
a policy that reverses the
Israel Builds Early American policy" going
back to the mid-1950s.
Warning System
Meanwhile, Sen. Hubert
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — H. Humphrey (D-Minn.)
Defense Minister Shimon said so far the Ford Ad-
Peres disclosed that Israel ministration has refused
was building an electronic to assure Congress that
early warning system ex- the only military equip-
tending from Mt. Hermon ment it plans to sell to
on the Golan Heights to Egypt is six.C-130 cargo
points south of Jerusalem so planes. -,
Administration officials
that it will not be "caught
napping" as in the Yom Kip- said at first that the only
deal contemplated was the
pur War.
He told members of the sale of six C-130 cargo
Engineers Club at their planes for $39 million. But
weekly meeting that Israel's in a series of closed-door
neighbors were erecting a sessions with members of
similar "electronic wall." Congress, Administration
Peres said that the quali- officials posed the possibil-
tative advantage that Israel ity that the cargo plane sale
has enjoyed in its past con- would be followed by Egyp-
flicts with the Arabs may be tian purchases of other ma-
nullified by the very ad- terial, including anti-tank
vanced nature of modern Missiles and fighter planes.
weaponry in enemy hands. Several members of Con-
He said the quantitative ra- gress have informed the
tio of 3-1 in favor of the Administration that any
Arab Armed forces against effort to sell arms to Egypt
Israel should not be re- through the gOvernment's
garded as a "normal" start- foreign military sales pro-
ing position from which an gram would result in a bit-
Israeli victory in a new war ter debate.
* * *
was certain.

Rabin Leadership Scored

LONDON (JTA) — Gen.
Ezer Weizman, former com-
mander of the Israel Air
Force, levelled a blistering
attack on the leadership of
Premier Yitzhak Rabin last
week.
After announcing that he
would return to an active
role in Israeli politics,
Weizman, a member of the
Central Committee of
Herut, described Israel's
present leadership as "gray,
divided and uncharismatic."
He said that Rabin dissi-
pated the personal and pol-
itical credit he enjoyed
when he took office two
years ago.
His remarks were sharply
attacked by Zvi Reisman,
co-chairman of the British
Poale Zion who charged that
"such reckless statements
can only undermine the Is-
raeli position in the interna-
tional area and greatly
harm the Zionist struggle to
put across the Israeli case."

Weizman is currently on
a speaking tour as the
guest of the British Zionist
Federation. The Federa-
tion has not commented on
his statements but senior
Zionist officials who do not
share Weizman's views
have privately expressed
embarrassment.
The former air force com-
mander said that the weak-
ness of Israel's Labor Party
was exposed when it sum-
moned 77-year-old Golda
Meir out of retirement to
participate in its new lead-
ership forum.

Herzog Displays
Touch of Irish

.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
When thousands of Irish
emigrants and descendants
of Irish emigrants marched
up Fifth Avenue last week
in the annual St. Patrick's
Day parade, one of those
watching from the official
reviewing stand was an-
other emigrant from the
Emerald Isle, Chaim Her-
zog, Israel's Ambassador to
the United Nations.
Herzog was invited to at-
tend the parade by its or-
ganizers, apparently be-
cause he was born in
Dublin. His father, the late
Rabbi Isaac Herzog, was
Chief Rabbi of -Ireland be-
fore he became Chief Rabbi
of Israel.
Rabbi Herzog was an ar-
dent supporter of Irish inde-
pendence and a close friend
of the late Eamon de Valera,
long-time Irish Prime Min-
ister and later President.

Egypt Negotiating in France
for Arms Sales, Construction

PARIS (JTA) — Egyptian
Defense Minister Abdel
Ghani Ghamassi is in Paris
for negotiations on French
arms sales to Egypt and pn
French participation in the
construction of an Arab
arms industry near Cairo.

French sources say Gha-
massi will put the final
touches to a contract provid-.
ing for the sale of an un-
specified number of F-1
Mirages to Egypt. The F-1 is
the most modern version of
the Mirage plane in service
in the French air force.
Ghamassi, a former
Egyptian chief of staff, also
is expected to approve the
contract providing for the
sale of 120 Alpha jet train-
ers and ground support
planes.
Ghamassi is also ex-

pected to negotiate for
French. participation in
the joint Arab arms indus-
try now being planned in
Egypt. Egypt would like
France to play an active
role in this project supply-
ing mainly . technical
know-how and expertiF
but also money, qualifi.
personnel and raw mate_
als. Egypt is prepared Lv
opt in exchange for the
French "Mirage-2000"
plane which will equip the
French air force in the
1980s.
French ,
Ghamassi,
sources say, is also expected
to negotiate for additional
French-made helicopters.
Egypt last year bought an
unspecified- number of
"Gazelle" helicopters
equipped with anti-tank
missiles.

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