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February 03, 1978 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-03

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111E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS '

irm Anolo izes for Calendar

NEW YORK (JTA) — Re-
sponding to a complaint, by
the American Jewish Con-
gress, the Borg-Warner
Corp. has apologized for dis-
tributing a 1978 calendar

Israelis Release
Reporter Charged
With Spying

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Hans
Lebrecht, an Israeli jour-
---,-alist accused of having
,ritacts with enemy
"agents, was released from
jail on IL 100,000 bail by
order of a Tel Aviv magis-
trate.
His Cypriot colleague,
Pascali Panitatis, charged
with espionage, remained
in prison pending the com-
pletion of judicial proce-
dures. Both men were re-
manded in custody on Jan.
25. No trial date was set.
The magistrate who or-
dered bail said the evidence
against Legrecht was flimsy
but that there was little
doubt the Panitatis came to
Israel in the service of ter-_
rorist .organizations with
which he maintained con-
tact in Cyprus.
Meanwhile, the Foreign
Press Association in Israel
has engaged a prominent
Tel Aviv attorney, Dr.
Yehoshua Rottenstreich, to
follow the case to determine
whether any procedures or
precedents growing out of it
could affect the news
gathering duties of other
correspondents working in
Israel. Rottenstreich has
declined any fee for his ser-
vice.

Eytan Named
Chief of Staff

-

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The
Cabinet's approval of a
"fighting general" to be Is-
rael's- next Chief of Staff
when, for the first time in 30
years, the nation is engaged
in direct peace negotiations
with one of its Arab
neighbors, raised eyebrows
here.
Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman's choice of Gen.
Rafael Eytan for the
number one military post
seemed, in some quarters, to
be ignoring the new politi-
cal circumstances.
Eytan, at 49, is re-
rded as one of Israel's
p combat soldiers with
W unexcelled record as a
paratroop and infantry
commander. The other
leading contender, Gen.
Herzl Shafir, is noted for
his negotiating skills and
his outstanding abilities
as an organizer and ad-
ministrator.
Weizman said the prim-
ary duty of the Chief of Staff
is to keep the army in peak
condition, primed for com-
bat at any moment.
Moreovet-, he saw no reason
why a field general cannot
make a good administrator.
Ehtan will succeed Gen.
Mordechai Gur on April 16,
a day after Gur completes
his four-year term as Chief
of Staff.

that placed the Old City of
Jerusalem in Jordan and
credited an Arab sultan
with building the "Wailing
Wall" in 1542.
A letter to customers from
Richard Metallo, district
manager of Borg Warner's
York Division, apologized
for the error "which in-
cluded a picture of old
Jerusalem with an incorrect
caption stating that the old
section of Jerusalem was
part of western Jordan, and
further,- that the wall that
rings the old city, was refer-
red to as the 'Wailing
Wall.'

Eban Approved by Government for Egypt Trip

and Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan to respond
favorably to an invitation
from President Anwi,r
Sadat to visit Egypt. No
date for the visit was
suggested by Begin or
New UN Foe
NEW YORK (ZINS) — Dayan and Eban is bidiqg
United Nations observors his time.
and Israeli newspapers be-
Eban is a Labor MK but
lieve that the new president holds no government office.
of the UN General Assem- Nevertheless, a visit to
bly, Lazar Moisov, deputy Egypt by him, which would
foreign minister of Yugost- - presumably include a meet-
lavia, is an assimilated Jew. ing with Sadat, would have
He is a consistent antognist political significance since
Eban is coordinating his ac-
of Israel.

JERUSALEM (JTA)-
Former Foreign Minister
Abba Eban has received ap-
proval in principle from
Premier Manahem Begin

tivities closely with the
government. He has just ag-
reed to a request from
Dayan to participate in the
government's information
program abroad.

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Sadat's Pro- Nazi
Past Recalled
by Soviet Agency

LONDON (JTA)—For
the first time in its prop-
aganda clashes with Egypt,
the Soviet Union has refer-
red to President Anwar
Sadat's pro-Nazi activities
during World War II.
Tass, the Soviet News
Agency, did so in a report
Jan. 24 about the opening of
a museum to commemorate
Field Marshal Erwin von
Rommel, commander of Hi-
tler's Afrika Korps. , at
Mersa Matruh in Egypt's
western desert.
The Egyptian decision,
Tass commented, was "un-
derstandable in view of the
fact that the top leaders of
the country do not even con-
sider it necessary to conceal
their sympathies for Hitler
and his ideas." It was also
"an insult to the memory of
millions of pdople who died
in the struggle against fas-
cism" and "an open chal-
lenge to world public opin-
ion," Tass added.

It was recalled that in
1942, while a junior of-
ficer in the Egyptian
army, Sadat helped a
Nazi spy ring in Cairo to
communicate with
Rommel's headquarters
in the western desert
when the Germans ap-
peared to be on the brink
of invading Egypt.
Sadat was eventually
jailed, but in later years
never disguised his pro=
Hitler sympathies, claim-
ing that his only goal at the
time was to free Egypt of
British rule.

Israel Merchant
Marines Striking

TEL AVIV (JTA) — More
.than 30 Israel-flag ships, a
substantial portion of the
merchant marine, remain
idle at home and abroad as
efforts to end the two-
week-old strike of officers
and licensed seamen col-
lapsed Tuesday.
A Haifa labor court re-
fused to issue a back-to-
work order to the officers
and reversed an earlier
order addressed to the sea-
men. The effect was to ren-
der the strike legal.
The court acted on
grounds that the shipping
companies refused to accept
its arbitration proposal.

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