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February 27, 1981 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-27

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14 Friday, February 21, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

GALLERY ESTATES AUCTION

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Saturday, February 28 at 12 Noon
Sunday, March 1 at 1 p.m.
in our gallery

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Featuring 17th, 18th and 19th Century
Antiques of every description

From a prominent Bloomfield Hills Collector (name withheld by
request). Mrs. Jeanette Skuller, Buffalo, N.Y.,.Irving Lundeen,
Minneapolis, Mn., Marilyn Ryan, Ft. Worth, Tx., Irvin Schindur,
Miami, Fla., Donald Cacace, Arlington, Tx. Items from the Special
Peking Arts and Crafts Exhibition, "The National Treasures of the
Peoples Republic of China" as well as others.
18th, 19th and 20th CENTURY EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN
FURNITURE AND CLOCKS
ORIENTALIA
ORIENTAL AND EUROPEAN PORCELAIN

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AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL SILVER
FINE ESTATE JEWELRY
JADE, HARDSTONES AND IVORIES
ART
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AND
FINE CUT CRYSTAL
ORIENTAL RUGS

Egypt-Austria Arms Deal Due?

AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN BRONZES, MARBLE AND DECORA-
TIVE ACCESSORIES
19th and 20th CENTURY AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PAINTINGS

EXHIBITION: One hour prior to each session.

CATALOGUES: Available at exhibition — S2.00

TERMS: Cash. Check. American Express. Visa. and Master Card. (ALL PROPERTY SUBJECT TO
A BM BUYERS PREMIUM PAYABLE BY ALL BUYERS AS PART OF THE PURCHASE PRICE.

INFORMATION: Please call 3384120:1

This sale irili he conducted in numerical sequence. Gallery reserves the right to withdraw any item.

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VIENNA (JTA) — Specu-
lation is rife here about a
possible large-scale arms
deal between Austria and
Egypt.
This has been triggered
by the fact that Chancellor
Bruno Kreisky was accom-
panied on his official visit to
Egypt by the managing di-
rector of an Austrian arms
firm.
For a few months, more
than 100 Kuerassier tanks
have been waiting for a
buyer, after a planned deal
with Chile was prevented
by protests of Socialist and
Christian organizations in
Austria. So far, these tanks
have been sold to Tunisia,
Morocco, Argentina and

Bolivia. Saudi Arabia has
also expressed interest in
buying the tanks.
Meanwhile, news re-
ports from Cairo said
that President Anwar
Sadat told a news confer-
ence marking the end of
Kreisky's visit to Egypt
that the Austrian leader
proposed inviting Egyp-
tian Defense Minister
Ahmed Badawi to Vienna
to inspect military
hardware, particularly
advanced light tanks.
Sadat said Badawi will
visit Austria as soon as he
receives a formal invitation.

Getting into debt is get-
ting into a tanglesome net.

$1 Million
for Wallenberg

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
A reward of $1 million has
been announced as await-
ing anyone providing in-
formation leading to the
tracing and freeing of Raoul
Wallenberg, the Swedish
diplomat who rescued Jews
from Nazis during World
War II and who is now be-
lieved to be in a Soviet
prison.
A statement by the Free
Wallenberg Committee of
the United States said that
the -reward is being offered
by the Wallenberg Associa-
tion of Stockholm and the
various Free Wallenberg
Committees in a number of
other countries.

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