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September 25, 1981 - Image 105

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

German Jews, following
passage of the Nuremburi
Laws in '1936, were sub
jected to intensified perse
cution and economic pres
sure, and a new wave o f
emigration began.

WE WISH OUR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES A •
HAPPY. HEALTHY

NEW YEAR
JANET a um mum

Swiss , Florida

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

MR. & MRS. DAVID KALISHER,
MARGATE, FLORIDA

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HENRY and DORA UPFALL

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

PAULINE MAX

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Wishes Her Family and Friends

A Happy & Healthy
New Year
.

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THE FOXES -
NANCY, DON, KEN, RICK
& ERIKA

Wish a Healthy, Happy
New Year to all our
Relatives & Friends

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

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By DAVID LANDAU

(Copyright 1981, JTA, Inc.)

TAPUAH (JTA) — A

major landmark in the pro-
gress of Jewish settlement
in, and Israel Defense Force
control over, Judea and
Samaria (the West Bank)
will be completed this
month: the trans-Samaria
highway.
Jewish National Fund
bulldozers and earthmovers
are presently completing
the final stretch of this vital
70-kilometer project which
will join the heavily popu-
lated coastal plain of Israel
directly to the Jewish set-
tlements along the Jordan
rift.
At the same time, energe-
tic settlement activity is
going ahead at a number of
sites along the route —
Ariel, Tapuah, Emmanuel,
Barkan — and officials say
the road will be "a throb-
bing lifeline" through the
heart of Samaria. The
highway carries alongside
it water, electricity and
telephone lines which serve
the Jewish and some of the
Arab villages in Samaria.

The highway will have
a major economic and so-
cial impact on the lives of
the settlers in the blazing
hot Jordan rift valley,
said Uri Baron, settle-
ment aide to Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon. It
will cut down the time re-
quired to drive to Tel
Aviv from two-and-a-half
hours to less than one
hour.

"This is a psychological
revolution for the settlers,"
Baron said. It means that an
evening out or with friends
in the Tel Aviv area is no

longer a major undertaking,
but something that can be
done comfortably and con-
veniently, without circuit-
ous driving through Jericho
and Jerusalem.
Baron said there was
huge interest "by all sorts of
people — not only zealous
idealists" — in the prospects
of living in Samaria settle-
ments. He attributed this in
part to ecological - quality -
of - life considerations. The
new highway, cutting and
easing transport problems,
would naturally spur this
interest, he said.
He also pointed to energe-
tic progress on two govern-
ment planned industrial
parks near Ariel and near
Barkan, both close to the
highway. There was great
interest among industrial
concerns Baron said, and
the government was having
to carefully screen and
select suitable firms to be
accepted into these parks.
The idea was, at least at
the first stage, to furnish
employment for Jewish
settlers in the area, Baron
explained. But, he had no
doubt that within a rela-
tively short time local Arab
residents would also be
working at factories to be
put up at Ariel and Barkan.

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (JTA)
— A 40-page free catalog
which provides "a com-
prehensive listing of all
audio-visual materials of
Jewish content located
throughout the Greater
Syracuse area" has been
published by the Syracuse
Jewish Federation.

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MICHAEL & NANCY FORDONSKI & FAMILY

MR. & MRS. LOUIS KEPES & FAMILY

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

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

LENORE & GENE KAHN & FAMILY

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ERWIN & DORIS KEPES

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

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

ESTHER & DENNIS BENESON
MELANIE & BETH

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HARVARD ROW MALL

wish all their family and
friends a year filled with

health, happiness, joy
and peace

THE LEFKOFSKYS

BILL, SANDY, JODI, STEVE & ERIC

wish all their family and
friends a year filled with

health, happiness, joy
and peace

MR. & MRS. JULIUS ROTENBERG

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

THE STILLWATERS

LARRY, BEVERLY
MICHAEL & STEVEN

wish all their family and
friends a year filled with

health, happiness, joy
and peace

LEAH & SAUL BURAK

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4 1981 . 574 II

MR. -& MRS. JULES DONESON
& The Staff of The

Syracuse Catalog

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

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Trans-Samaria Highway
Marks New Era on W.B.

Friday, September 25, 1981 105

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

-MR. & MRS. ROBERT KIMMEL & FAMILY

We wish our family and friends a
very healthy. happy and prosperous
New Year
•i;.; v.:

- - -MILTON & TOBYE WEISS

&

FAMILY

A VERY HAPPY, HEALTHY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
to all our friends and
Colleagues.

-

RYMAL-SYMES REALTORS
MANAGEMENT & STAFF

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LEFKOFSKY & COMPANY

WHOLESALE DELICATESSEN DIST.

Wishes our families
friends, and customers

A Joyous, Healthy & Prosperous
New Year

Seymour & Carrie Kirsch & Family
Sy Ginsberg & Family
Michael Zuckman & Staff

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