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April 30, 1976 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-30

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THE DETROIT
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

HOUSEHOLD
SALES

JWV

ESTATE LIQUIDATIONS
APPRAISALS

LT. ROY F. GREEN
AUXILIARY will meet

Let professionals han-
dle your household
and estate sales

12:30 p.m. Saturday in the
MCL Cafeteria in the Tel-12
Mall. Final nominations will
be heard with an election
following. Luncheon will be
served and prizes and re-
ports will highlight the aft-
ernoon. Mamie Simrod,
poppy chairman, will dis-

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I.G.S. ASSOCIATES

569-0219

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The Ultimate in Catering

With A Yiddish Tamm

For ALL Occasions

SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST and AUX-
ILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m.

Elegant Pastries — Outstanding Hors D'oeuvres
Dinners with A Distinctive Flair
Unique Meat and Dairy Trays

543-3585

tribute poppies and cannis-
ters. The auxiliary will join
the other JWV auxiliaries at
a testimonial dinner for
Gert Left, president of the
Department of Michigan
Ladies Auxiliary, 6:30 p.m.
May 25 at Cong. Beth Abra-
ham-Hillel. For reserva-
tions, call the president,
Ruth Weiss, 544-3744. Betty
Wauldron, junior vice presi-
dent, is taking reservations
for the paid-up membership
party to be held Thursday at
the JWV Memorial Home.
* * *

Tuesday at the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
Refreshments will be served
after the meetings. Ann
Rubin, chairman, an-
nounces that final arrange-
ments have been made for
the dinner-dance honoring
outgoing Post Commander
Charles Glass and Auxiliary
President Diana Joffe. The
affair will be held June 5 at
the Roostertail. Freinds are
invited. For information
and reservations, call Mrs.
Rubin, 535-4031.
* * *

541-7940

CHILDREN'S
CENTER

LADIES DEPART-
MENT OF MICHIGAN

and its auxiliaries will spon-
sor a paid-up membership
party 8 p.m. Thursday at
the JWV headquarters.
There will be a mini-buffet,
followed by a Chinese auc-
tion and entertainment with
a Bicentennial theme. For
information, call the JWV
office, 559-5680, or Donna
Green, 538-0183.

Supreme Court
Refuses to Hear
JIM. Wiretap Suit

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Supreme Court refused
to hear a suit brought by
members of the Jewish De-
fense League asking for
damages from government
officials who conducted an
"illegal" wiretap aganst
them in 1970 and 1971.

The High Court let stand
a decision by a United
States Court of Appeals in
the District of Columbia
that suggested that officials
may escape paying daMages
if they could demonstrate
that they had sincerely be-
lieved the wiretap to be
proper.

CASUAL
AND DRESS WEAR
Boys sizes: infant to 14
Girls sizes: infant to 14

The JDL suit was against
former Attorney General
John Mitchell and nine pre-
sent or former members of
the FBI. During a trial
against 13 JDL members for
gun conspiracy in June
1970, the government re-
vealed it had wiretapped
converstaions of 10 of the
defendants without a war-
rant.

CHILDREN'S
CENTER

OLD ORCHARD SHOPPING CENTER
Mon-thru-Sat. 9:30 - 5:30

626-3677

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The District of Columbia
Court of Appeals ruled that
the wiretaps were illegal
since the government may
use wiretaps without war-
rants only if the evidence
that the target of the wire-
tap was a foreign agent or a
collaborator with a foreign
agent.

April 30, 1976 39

Bella Abzug Hits U.S. Sales
NOW OPEN
MAZER'S SHOES
of Arms to Arab Nations

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Noting that the U.S. has
sold more than $12 billion in
military weapons and
equipment to Saudi Arabia,
Iran and other Persian Gulf
oil states in the past three
years, Congresswoman
Bella S. Abzug (D-NY)
called for a halt to such
sales as a way of strength-
ening the chances for peace
in the Middle East.
In a speech to an Overseas
Press Club, Mrs. Abzug also
criticized the Ford Adminis-
tration's "long-range plan to
sell arms to Egypt."
"Congress has gone along
with the U.S. sale of six C-
130 military transport
planes to Egypt after win-
ning a commitment from
Secretary Kissinger that the
U.S. will not supply Egypt
with any more military
equipment this year," she
said.
"But I think it is becom-
ing increasingly clear that
if President Ford were to
be reelected, he would be
back next year with re-
quests for military aid to
Egypt. ,,
According to the Detroit
Free Washington Bureau,
Under Secretary of State
Joseph Sisco told Israeli
Ambassador Simcha Dinitz
about the U.S. sale several
weeks before it was made
public.
Dinitz also was told that
the U.S. has a four-stage
plan, expected to be exe-

cuted over a period of years;
the C130s, as an initial
breakthrough; non-lethal
weapons, such as trucks or
jeeps; defensive weapons;
and a full-scale supply rela-
tionship.



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