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April 25, 1986 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-25

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DAVID and IDA KAHAN

Negev, with three million acres,
is almost devoid of settlers,"
Peres said.
He said that despite the dif-
ficulties, "there are people in
Gaza who would like tp try their
hand at the application of
autonomy." He noted that the
population of the territory has
nearly doubled in the past 20
years — from 300,000 after the
Israeli takeover to 560,000 now.

are grateful to their
family and friends for
the good wishes and support
extended to them during David's
recent illness. .

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Wolf Perelmuter

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Corrections

An advertisement for the
Jewish Home for Aged in last
week's Jewish News inadver-
tently omitted the names of
volunteers Henry Friedman'
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The Gage Oldsmobile ad-
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was that of The. Jewish
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