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July 31, 1981 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-31

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TAKE. YOUR PICK!

W. German-Saudi Tank Deal
Faces Weakening Opposition

BONN (JTA) — Pro- ing World War II, did the
Israel members of the West work of the Nazis. Begin
German Bundestag are far also said that all Ger-
less optimistic than they mans, even those born
were t•o months ago about after the war, bore re-
blocking the sale of West sponsibility for the Nazi
German tanks and other crimes.
modern weaponry to Saudi
Schmidt supports the sale
Arabia.
of weapons to the Saudis but
They blame Israeli Pre- there has been strong oppo-
mier Menahem Begin's per- sition within his coalition
sonal attacks on West Ger- government. The matter is
man Chancellor Helmut still under review and no
Schmidt for diverting atten- decision is expected soon. .
Supporters of the sale are
tion from the arms sales to
Israel-West German rela- pressing their recent ad-
vantage. A pro-Arab deputy
tions. -
within Schmidt's ruling So-
The
West
Germans
claim
_
Whe damage cannot be re- cial Democratic Party said
paired and Israeli diplomats last week that the Leopard
in Germany now concede II tanks should be sold to the
that the sale will be more Saudis to give the Arabs the
means to oppose the Camp
difficult to block.
David peace process.
After Schmidt made
comments about the
Middle East and the PLO, Soviets Endanger
Begin lashed out at him
Life of Jewess
during the Israeli elec-
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Igor
tion campaign, insinuat-
ing that Schmidt, as a Tufeld, a new immigrant
from the Soviet Union now
Wehrmacht officer dur-
doing military service in Is-
rael, says the Soviet
authorities are endanger-
Dulzin: Yordim
ing his mother's life by con-
Are 'Deserters
tinually delaying an opera-
JERUSALEM (JTA) — tion for a benign brain
"There is no other word to tumor. Vladimir and Izolda
describe the yordim — they Tufeld have been refused
are deserters," World exit permits since 1977, de-
Zionist Organization spite a petition by 35 U.S.
Executive chairman Leon Senators.
Vladimir, now in a Mos-
Dulzin told a gathering of
Israeli youngsters last cow hospital after suffering
a heart attack, has been re-
weekend.
"They quit the State and fused permission to leave on
Israeli society — which is the grounds that he once
the frontline of the Jewish worked in a Moscow elec-
people."
tronics factory. The factory
Dulzin urged Israeli manager has testified he
youngsters to "rebel" was not engaged in security
against their parents in work.
cases where parents are
Their son said doctors in
planning yerida. He re- Moscow continually post-
called that the early Zionist poned scheduled operations
pioneers were nearly all on the grounds they were
rebels" against their "suddenly called -to confer-
families and their sur- ences abroad." A number of
roundings.
neurosurgeons around the
The gathering marked world have offered to oper-
the foundation of the Zionist ate on Mrs. Tufeld, but her
Council of Israeli Youth, an applications for permission
offshoot of the Zionist Coun- to leave the Soviet Union
cil in Israel which propa- temporarily, returning
gates Zionist values among after the operation, have
Israelis.
also been refused.

THIS YEAR THE JEWISH NEWS IS OFFERING
THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO BE PUBLISHED IN OUR
HOLIDAY ISSUE SEPTEMBER 25, 1981.

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WE WISH OUR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES A
HAPPY, HEALTHY

TO ALL OUR
FAMILY AND FRIENDS

NEW YEAR

— NAME

NAME

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NAME

We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

wish all their friends and relatives
a happy and healthy New Year

NAME

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NAME

— NAME

WiShes Their Family and Friends
A Happy & Healthy
New Year

would like to wish all our family
and friends a healthy and happy
New Year

A very Happy, Healthy
and ProOerous New Year

NAME

to all our family and dear friends

wish all their family and
friends_a year filled with
health, happiness, joy
and peace

NAME
(and Family)

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Wishing all our friends
and relatives a happy and
healthy New Year

"

Wishing all our friends and
relatives a year of health
and happiness

Promenade Enhances Haifa

NAME

A 550-yard long promenade along the Mediterra-
nean seafront at Bat-Galim is the newest beauty spot
in Haifa. The promenade leads to the point where
Mount Carmel descends into the sea. Responsible for
its construction is the Haifa Tourism Development
Association. The association is planning to link the
promenade with Mount Carmel by cable-car and to
construct a scenic series of stairs from the Carmelite
monastery on the promontory down to the sea, lead-
ing past such historical sights as a 17th Century
windmill and Elijah's cave, for ages a revered site for
Jews, Christians and Moslems.

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Southfield, Michigan 48075

Gentlemen:
Please insert my New Year Greeting

(and family)

Mr. and Mrs

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