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October 30, 1987 - Image 55

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-30

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RE-ELECT

OAK PARK
MAYOR

million. The government has
decided to pay him 70,000
shekels, the sum he would
have earned as an IDF lieute-
nant had he not been dismiss-
ed and jailed, the weekly
Koteret Rashit reported.
The Shin Bet, Israel's inter-
nal secret service, insists Naf-
su is not entitled to any com-
pensation and has urged the
attorney general to reject all
claims. According to Shin Bet,
he was not acquitted of
charges that he had contacts
with the Palestine Liberation
Organization and was not
proven completely innocent of
other charges.
Israel's Supreme Court
earlier this year ordered-Naf-
su released from prison. It
upheld an appeals court fin-
ding that he had been con-
victed largely on evidence
fabricated by the Shin Bet.

CHARLOTTE M.
ROTHSTEIN

"A Representative for ALL THE PROPLE"
VOTE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Paid for by the Committee for the Re-Election of
Mayor Charlotte M. Rothitein
24601 Westhampton, Oak Park, Mich. 48237

Neighborhood preservation . . . Fiscal responsibility

LET'S RETAIN COUNCILMAN ELI ROBINSON
ON THE SOUTHFIELD CITY COUNCIL

• Incumbent, elected to Southfield
Council 1985
• Qualified ... BBA, City College of New
York ; MA Economics, University of
Michigan ; Graduate Studies, Wayne
State University
• Southfield resident since 1966
• Member Congregation Shaarey Zedek
• Certified Public Accountant since
1957, heads own Southfield CPA firm
• Author, instructor, lecturer
• Veteran, 6'/2 years Army and Air
Force service, including WWII
• Member and Chairman Southfield
Administrative Civil Service Commis-
sion ; 1978-85
• Chairman City Council Finance Com-
mittee
• Corporate sponsor. Southfield Arts
Council

ELI ROBINSON

VOTE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1987
RE-ELECT COUNCILMAN ELI ROBINSON

Paid for by the committee to elect Eli E. Robinson

U.S. Company
To Sue Over Lavi

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Pratt and
Whitney, a major American
Manufacturer of aircraft
engines, is about to file suit in
New York against the Israeli
government for $350 million
in compensationfor violation
of contracts related to the
joint development of the Lavi,
Israel's second generation jet
fighter plane, the Israeli news
media reported last Sunday.
The Lavi project was aban-
doned by decision of Israel's
Cabinet last Aug. 30 because
of excessive costs. The Reagan
administration had been urg-
ing such action for more than
a year. The Lavi was financ-
ed by U.S. military grants.
It was reported that -the
Defense Ministry has offered
Pratt and Whitney proposals
for future cooperation that
would make up the losses sus-
tained from cancellation of
the Lavi. The ministry
thereby hopes the American
company will withdraw its
suit.
In a related item, it was
reported that the defense
establishment has decided to
buy F-16C fighter planes
from the General Dynamics
Corp. as a substitute for the
Lavi.

Peace Seminar

Jerusalem (JTA) — Two pro-
minent Likud members of the
Knesset, Ehud Olmert and
Dan Meridor, are "consider-
ing" invitations from former
President Jimmy Carter to
speak for Israel at a high-
powered peace seminar in
Atlanta, Ga., where a Jorda-
nian minister, Palestinian
political figures and Iraqi
diplomats will also attend.

OF ROCHESTER

Great Oaks Mall-
1270 Walton Blvd., 652.6669

(Walton Blvd. and Livernois, Rochester, MI 48063)

RE-ELECT
SOUTHFIELD COUNCILMAN

SIDNEY LANTZ

HELP
COUNCILMAN SIDNEY LANTZ

KEEP SOUTHFIELD THE DESIRABLE PLACE TO LIVE
& WORK AND MAINTAIN A HIGH QUALITY OF LIFE.

AY'

Capelli Colour Studio

Cruises Only! Ltd &

Corporation Cortina

Elkin Travel Inc.

Tres Chic Petites

Hansel 'n' Gretel

The Art Show

VOTE NOV. 3 FOR
"A MAN WHO CARES"

REELECT SOUTHFIELD COUNCILMAN SIDNEY LANTZ

FOR EXPERIENCE • ABILITY • LEADERSHIP

Paid for by The Committee To Re-Elect Sidney Lantz

Travelers World

Best Bakery

Body. Inc.

Carmen's

Tommy Schey

Marilyn Brooks

Colony interiors

Raphael Salon

SNIP KC

West Bloomfield's Newest Fashion Center
Orchard Lake Rd. North of Maple

T.C.B.Y.

Yogurt

Kidz Kleiz

Victoria's

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