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September 25, 1987 - Image 146

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-25

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NEWS

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

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

MARION & PHILIP SHLOM

JOSEF & MIRIAM SLAIM

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

MARION & SOL STEIN

A Very Happy-and Healthy
New Year to All Our Friends
and Family.

A Very Happy and Healthy
New Year to All Our Friends
and Family.
JOSEPH, LINDA, JACKIE & DAVID
WEMBERG

A Very Happy and Healthy
New Year to All Our Friends
and Family.

Hussein In
Switzerland

Geneva (JTA) — "The peace
conference is the one and on-
ly.possibility of resolving the
problems in the Middle East,"
was the conclusion reached by
King Hussein of Jordan and
Swiss President and Foreign
Minister Pierre Ruber who
met Sept. 17 in Bern.
Vice Chancellor of the
Swiss Federation Achille
Casanova stated that the
king had told Ruber that it
was urgent now to convene a
peace conference with the
participation of the Palesti-
nians and that their par-
ticipation should be deter-
mined by the PLO. The king
also said he estimated that an
agreement between the two
superpowers on disarmament
would be favorable to a peace
agreement in the Middle
East.

Soldiers Suffer
Shell Shock

May the coming
year be filled
with health and
happiness for
all our family
and friends.

May the coming
year be filled
with health and
happiness for
all our family
and friends.

MAURICE & PAULA POSEN
& FAMILIES
JASON, DAVID, ROBYN & LEE

ELEANOR & DAVID RISEMAN

May the coming
year be filled
with health and
happiness for
all our family
and friends.

May the coming
year be filled
with health and
happiness for
all our family
and friends.

MICHAEL, SANDY &
BRYAN ROBBINS

JEFFREY, RHONDA,
DANIEL & AMANDA

THE SHUSTERS

A Very Happy and Healthy
New Year to All Our Friends
and Family.

A Very Happy and Healthy
New Year to All Our Friends
and Family.

May the coming
year be filled
with health and
happiness for
all our family
and _friends.

May the coming
year be filled
with health and
happiness for
all our family
and friends.

JEAN & HILBERT SOSIN

JEROME &
IRENE WINKLER

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A study
carried out by a team of ex-
perts has shown that 60 per-
cent of the IDF soldiers who
experienced "shell shock" in
the Lebanon war are still suf-
fering from severe continuing
disturbances, including
depression, impotence,
sleeplessness, and more.
The study, conducted by
Major Zehava Solomon, head
of the IDF's health unit, Bar-
Ilan University Professor
Yosef Schwartzwald and a
team of experts, reached the
conclusion that "in these
soldiers' private hell, the war
is still continuing at home."

Violence Erupts
On West Bank

- Jerusalem (JTA) — Three
israelis and four Arabs were
injured in scattered incidents
of violence in the West Bank
last weekend. A border patrol
was attacked by dozens of
residents of the Dahaishe
refugee camp near Bethle-
hem. An Arab was slightly
wounded when a policeman
fired at his legs.
An Israeli suffered injuries
when an Arab attacked him
with an iron 'bar in the cen-
tral square in Nablus.
Another Israeli was struck in
the head by a stone thrown at
his car at the Jalazoun
refugee camp. A woman was
hit by a stone near the Shufat
refugee camp north of
Jerusalem:
The most serious outbreak

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