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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mondale Stresses Israel Record

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Throughout his week-long
Israel visit, former U.S.
Vice-President Walter
Mondale issued strong
statements in support for
Israel. From his ABC elec-
tion coverage to his ac-
ceptance of an honorary
doctorate at Hebrew Uni-
versity, Mondale attacked

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the proposed U.S. sale of
AWACS planes to Saudi
Arabia, condemned the sus-
pension of arms deliveries
to Israel, supported Israel's
destruction of the Iraqi nu-
clear reactor and criticized
the European Middle East
peace initiative as "doing
business with the PLO."
Although he avoided di-
rect comment on the out-
come of Israel's general
elections, Mondale said any
Israeli government would
strive for peace and praised
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin's record.
"Israel gave up the Sinai,
gave up the (Sinai) oilwells,
gave up some of its most at-
tractive settlements in
order to bring about the his-
toric Egyptian-Israel
peace," he said. "The record
is there and it's inargu-
able."

Conscience is the voice of
the soul, as the passions are
the voice of the body. No
wonder they often con-
tradict each other.
—Rousseau

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TAX BILLS HAVE BEEN MAILED

ALL REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX BILLS for the CITY OF
DETROIT have been mailed. If you have failed to receive a tax state-
ment, please request a duplicate by mail or in person at Room 136
City-County Building, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until
4:30 p.m. Interest and Penalty charges must be added effective
September 1, 1981 from July 1, 1981, if the first half is not paid by
August 15, 1981. Failure to receive a bill will not defer payment of
Interest and Penalty. Kindly include Ward and Item Number for Real
Property or Federal I.D. Number for Personal Property when request-
ing bills by mail. You may also request duplicate bills via the telephone
at 224,3560. •
Summer deferment forms for homesteads are available at your
Neighborhood City Hall or Neighborhood Service Centers for senior
citizens, pensioned veterans and widows, active servicemen, blind,
paraplegic, quadriplegic and totally and permanently disabled per-
sons.
Tax Information — .224-3560

FIRST HALF DUE
August 15, 1981

Stanley Gruszkowski,
Treasurer
CITY OF DETROIT

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PHILADELPHIA (JTA)
— The University of
Pennsylvania will admit
only 2,070 students out of
more than 11,300 appli-
cants to its freshman class
next fall and one of them
will be an aspiring young
mathematician whose
chances of reaching the
campus aresonsidered very
slim.
He is Leonid Brailovsky,
the 20 year-old son of Mos-
cow Jewish activist Viktor
Brailovsky, who was re-
cently sentenced to three
years and three months
exile in Siberia for alleged
defamation of the Soviet
state.
The elder Brailovsky's
only apparent crime was to
apply for permission to emi-
grate for himself, his son
and his wife, Irina — consis-
tently refused by the Soviet
authorities since 1972.
Marc Sugarman, a staff
writer for the Jewish Ex-
ponent here, reported
that Penn waived its
strict admission re-

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Prime Minister Malcolm
Fraser of Australia left for
New York this week after
two days of talks with
President Reagan and other
members of the Adminis-
tration in which he refused
to commit his government
to supply troops for the
multi-national force to
patrol Sinai.
"We are hopeful that Au-
stralia will agree to partici-
pate," State Department
spokesman Dean Fischer
said. He added that the Ad-
ministration understands
that Fraser wants to consult
with his cabinet before
making a commitment.
Secretary of State Ale-
xander Haig said that he
hopes to have answers by
the end of July from the
governments that may con-
tribute forces to patrol Sinai
after Israel's final with-
drawal next April.

"Love Bites" by Freda
Garmaise (Simon and
Schuster) tells the story of
Sheba (nee Sheila)
Williams, who abandoned
by her husband for a young,
slim interior decorator and
overshadowed at her job by
a young, slender co-worker,
falls in love with a kosher
caterer in Toronto.
In her first novel, Ms.
Garmaise creates a heroine
who is both lovable and
vulnerable. Both the char-
acter and the story are full
of energy, wit and exuber-
ance.
Ms. Germaise was born in
London, has lived in
Canada and currently re-
sides in New York. A former
columnist for the Montreal
Star, she also served as a
broadcaster and writer for
the Canadian Broadcasting
Corp.

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quirements in young
Brailovsky's case be-
cause of the unusual cir-
cumstances and because
they are convinced that
he is capable of meeting
the academic standards.
The university has
waived Brailovsky's appli-
cation fee, but if he does
enroll, he must pay his tui-
tion in full.
The Brailovsky family
has been "adopted" by
Knesseth Israel, a Reform
congregation here, the Ex-
ponent reported.

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1981
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