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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-01

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60 Friday, April 1, 1977

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

CRESCENDO CEMENTCO.

High Quality.
Custom Workmanship
Reasonable Prices
Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured

- 542-9376
All Areas.

25% OFF

On all material drapery
Free Home Estimates

METRO DRAPERY
477-7181

Complete basement remodeling
& home repairs. Free Estimates.
References on request.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 — BUSINESS CARDS

PLUMBING REPAIRS, Drains,
sewer cleaning, 24 hr. service.
368-9754.

LICENSED ELECTRICIAN,

ASPHALT REPAIRS—Holes in
parking lots, driveways, Seal Coating.
967-1137.

C.C. KIRBY Construction Co. Brick
blocks, stone, cement. Free Esti-
mates. 398-6876.

CARPENTRY WORK, inside &
outside. I. Schwartz. 545-7712.

COMPLETE remodeling, altera-
tions, repair, kitchen, den, base-
ment, fam. rm., reasonable. 354-
6473 after 4.

Call 352-3419 or 355-3669

REPAIR SPECIALIST

PAINTING, WALLPAPERING

372-4519

ROBBINS PAINTING

Interior& Exterior
All work guaranteed
5 yrs. experience
Reasonable
Call anytime

549-7348
TEPELI
CUSTOM HOUSE PAINT-
I NG

Interior -Exterior
Small repairs also,
Call after 4 p.m.

541-4326

SPRING
CLEAN -UPS

POWER RAKING
Lawn Cutting

Call 355-5700

HANDYMAN
9 years Experience

Electrical, plumbing, humidi-
fiers, shelving, doors, etc.

CALL RICHARD
THE HANDYMAN
559-1747

PLASTERING &
STUCCO WORK

Any Size
Fast Service
Clean 8 Reasonable

422-3764 (days)
437-11374 (eves}

NEED HELP?

Heating 8 electrical repairs.

• Licensed.
Call "AL" Day or Night.

& wallwashing, patching & plas-
tering. Work myself. Experi-
enced, reasonable. Call after 5
pm. 547-6762.

CARPENTRY

• rec. rooms
• basement floors
tiled
• suspended ceilings
installed
• stucco
• misc. repairs.

References
Very Reasonable

Call RON

968-4576

eves.

EMERGENCY

CALL THE

FURNITURE DOCTOR

*Any Furniture Repair
*Reupholstering
*Refinishing
*Chair Caning
*Our Specialty
is repairing, reglueing
& reupholstering
dining room chairs.

Call: MARV KAY
851-2550 24 Hours

E. LARKINS
MOVERS

Referral service,
personalized since 1946

822-3417

David's Plastering
& Dry Wall

Texturing of Walls. Repairs.

557-1338

PAINTING

559-8103 or 547-8454

EXTERIOR-INTERIOR

JULIUS ROSS

for ranches — $125.

MOVING CO'., INC.

Custom work, household moving,
offices, packing, piano and appli-
ances. Local and State of Michigan.

357-2674

F. W. STEWART
MOVING- CO.

"THE MOVING MEN"

Professional courteous serv-
ice. Insured low rates. Excel-
lent references.

5 8 8-241 8

ROOF
LEAKS??

Commercial & Residential
Roofing. Aluminum_ Siding &
Trim. Gutters & General Re-
pair. GUARANTEED MATE-
RIALS & WORKMANSHIP.

546-0050

By JOSEPH PALAKOFF

557-8981 or 557-5775.

DRESSMAKING and altera-
tions. 20 years experience.
Reasonable. 968-8490.

Roofing, siding. gutters. storm
windows and doors. quality ma-
terial.

Vance and State Department Shift on Boycott

Exterior special

547-3944 and 968-7942

AMH

Lawn Service -

525-9123
Edging
Mowing

53 — ENTERTAINMENT

BAND

• Excellent Music
For All Social
Occasions

731-6081

This Space Reserved
for your ad

Call 424-8833

WASHINGTON (JTA)—
Federal legislation to com-
bat the Arab boycott of
rael and Jewish business,
seemingly on track a month
ago with the Adminis-
tration's general support
for measures outlined in
Congress, is again com-
plicated by divisions be-
tween the Legislative and
Executive branches.
The complications arose
after Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance wrote mem-
bers of the Senate Banking
and the House International
Relations Committees last
week suggesting amend-
ments to the legislation the
committees had nearly com-
pleted drafting. Those
amendments, Congressional
critics said, could destroy
the intent and effectiveness
of the legislation.
Vance's opposition, made
public Friday, centers on
the factor of '"negative cer-
tificates of origin" and
"unilateral selection" of
components, When Vance's
letter became publicily
known, the State Depart-
ment said his suggestions
were "entirely consistent"
with his testimony before

the Committees on Feb. 28
and March 1.
The State Department
added that Vance's "specif-
ic recommendations reflect
the position of the Adminis-
tration"- and were coordi-
nated with Stuart Eisen-
stadt, assistant to the Presi-
dent for domestic policy
and affairs.
Denying division between
the White House and the
State Department, a White
House spokesman con-
firmed that the Adminis-
tration has "a consistent
point of view". The Admin-
istration, he said, favors
prohibition on negative cer-
tificates, which would tell
Arab countries that the
products they import do not
contain Esraeli components
or travel on ships calling at
Israeli ports.

The Administrationalso
favors, he said, "unilateral
selection". This would en-
able an Arab country to
specify a certain supplier '
or subcontractor to produce
a specific product or per-
form a service. Faced with
the Vance letter and Admin-
istration efforts to work out
a bill more suitable to the
State Department. the Sen-

Moscow Radio Calls Ebla Finds
`Anti-Arab Zionist Propaganda'

They had even bought the
LONDON (JTA)Western
interest in the archeological . exclusive rights to publish
the text which the Italian
excavations at Tel Mar-
scholars hed previously
dikh, northern Syria, is part
read in order to "falsify the
of a sinister Zionist plot
information as they wish."
against the Arabs of Pales-
Continuing, the broadcast
tine, according to a Moscow
Radio broadcast monitored
report noted that -Soviet
- scientists specializing in Pa-
in London.
The radio's Arabic serv-
lestinian studies were able
ice criticized Western news-
to discover evidence which
papers for suggesting that
allows for the estab-
the newly-found city of
lishment of the Arab Bed-
ouin origin of the language
Ebla, with its archive of
of Ebla -
15,000 cuneiform tablets,
These scientists consid-
had been "since the pre-
ered it their duty "to partic-
Talmud era the center of a
vast Jewish empire and ipate actively in the
struggle against Zionist fal-
that the Arab states began
to emerge only after that sification of scientific data,
and in exposing the base
empire had declined."
ambitions of international
The broadcast was de-
Zionism in the Arabs' land
sCribed as a paper present-
of origin," Moscow Radio
ed to the Palestinian-Rus-
sian society at the Soviet said.
Academy of Sciences in
Moscow by a young scien- Tec hnion Member
tist, Valery Yemelyanov. It
accused the -guardians of Receives Award
international_ Zionism" of
using 'archaeology to show
HAIFA—The Regents of
"the inevitability of the es- the University of California
tablishment of the state of have selected Prof. Men-
Israel and the swallowing ahem Rebhun, head of the
up of Palestine."
Sherman Center for Envi-
It repeated one of the ronmental Engineering and
hoariest myths of Arab the Center for Water Re-
propaganda, that the Israeli sources Research at the
Knesset bears an in- Technion - Israel Institute
scription from the Old Tes- of Technology, to be the
tament which says "This is 1977 recipient of the 12th
your land 0 Israel, from Elise and Walter A. Haas
the great Egyptian river to International Award.
the great Euphrates. - How-
The award is presented
ever, the land of Palestine annually to a foreign
itself "even in its most an- alumnus of the University
cient strata, indicates that of California, Berkeley
it was not the historic home- Campus, who has rendered
land of the Jews, - the significant service to his
paper said.
own country.
That was why the leaders
of international Zionism
A man in whom I had
were now trying to prevent
the publication of the true faith raised his fist against
contents of the Ebla se- me.
—The Talmud
crets, Moscow Radio said.

ate and House Committees
have delayed completion of
the legislation.
Congressional sources
said that a compromise on
the "negative" certificates
could be attained if the Ad-
ministration agreed that it
would seek to eliminate
such certificates within two
year'S after enactment of
the bill. The new law would
come up for Congressional
review in two years.
On the unilateral selec-
tion issue, Congressional
proponents of anti-boycott
laws adamantly are op-
posed to any watreing
down.
The American-Israel
Chamber of Commerce
(AICC) has stated its sup-
port for the legislation. But
in testimony before the In-
ternational Finance Sub-
committee of the Senate
Committee on Banking,
Housing and Urban Affairs,
Max Ratner, national chair-
man of the AICC, noted loo-
pholes that could operate
contrary to the intent of the
Congress if not corrected.
. Ratner also stated that
his organization was itself a
specific injured party -of the
Arab secondary boycott.
He cited an Arab League
memorandum stating that a
joint Israel-foreign cham-.
ber of commerce affiliation
would be cause for in-
vestigation with a view to-
ward banning firms which
enhance Israel's economy.
If the secondary boycott is
successful, the Ch4mber
will he restricted in its ac-

tiviey to further promote
trade and good will be-
tween Israel and the U.S..
Ratner said. ,
Meanwhile. five public
employee pension funds
with stock portfolios total-
ling $2.5 billion have agreed
to support an American
Jewish Congress-sponsored
resolution opposing the
Arab boycott at corporate
annual meetings this year,
it was reported today
Included are the is
York City Teacher's Retire-
ment Board, with common
stock holdings of nearly
$1.39 billion; the San Fran-
cisco City & County Employ-
ees' Pension Fund, which
has a securities portfolio of
over $700 million and voted
for the AJCongress resolu-
tion last year; the Com-
monwealth of Pennsylvania
Public Schools Employees'
Retirement Board, which
owns $400 million in com-
mon stock; and the Mas-
sachusetts State Employ-
ees' Retirement System
and State Teacher's Retire-
ment System, with $112.7
million in its common stock
portfolio.
In Londao, it was report-
ed that Saudi Arabia has be-
come the ninth country to
place Barclays Bank on the
Arab boycott black-list. ac-
cording to reports ftbm the
Saudi capital, Riyadh. The
move follows Barclays' re-
fusal to terminate its 50 per-
cent stake in Barclays Dis-
count Bank. set up jointly
five years ago with the Is-
rael Discount Bank.

Moshav in Memory of Hazani
Established in Northeast Sinai

BY MOSHE RON
The Jewish News Special
Israel Correspondent

TEL AVIV — In the
Gaza Strip a new Jewish
settlement, Nezer Ha-
zani, was established re-
cently in memory of the
late Minister of Welfare,
Michael Hazani, who was
one of • the leaders of the
National Religious Party.
• Nezer Hazani is the
first moshav in this reg-
ion. It was planned and
established by the Set-
tlement Department of
the Jewish Agency.
The moshav site had
been a Nahal settlement,
and one could still see the
sign "Nahal Katif." But
today one finds new nice
houses instead of the bar-
racks and tents. Each
family has a 70 square
meter apartment. In the
first phase 20 families
have settled.
We asked many of the
settlers what influenced
them to give up their jobs
in the city and go to this
region. One answered,
"First of all, to carry out
the duty of settlement in
Eretz Nisrael. Years ago
members of the Hapoel
Hamisrahi settled in Kfar
Darom, which was de-
stroyed by Arab gangs in
-the War of Independence
in 19-18. Now we wish to
establish a "Hazani
Block," a string• of small
settlements around a
village-center. The late

Hazani was for years the
head of the moshav
movement of Hapoel
Hamisrahi. Now we wish
to - perpetuate his mem-
ory
In the-new moshav, each
settler is a candidate for
one year. Only after this
period, the members of the
moshav decide by majority
vote, if to accept him as
permanent member or not.
The new moshav already
has export orders for to-
matoes, and there are
many fruit plantings as
well.
The new moshav still
has communication prob-
lems. A new road from
Kfar Daron to the si;kn is
being built. On its: )--
pletion, the moshav-
only be half an hour away
from Yamit which is a
center for all settlements
in the vicinity.
In the near future a
second moshav named
"Naot Midbar" will be es-
tablished in the region.
The settlers will be
pioneers from the U.S.
who are now preparing
for their settlement in
Moshav Massuot Yit-
zhak.
The general planningc-
envisages 150 new set-
tlements in the south,
with a budget of 50 mill-
ion pounds per settle-
ment and with a total
population of 170,000 -
people.

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