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December 18, 1987 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-18

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mall at Christmas time. We
owe one another the joy of
tzedakah more than any other
present we can buy.

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N EWS

Senate Bans
Sale To Saudis

Washington (JTA) — The
Senate voted unanimously
last week to prohibit the sale
or transfer of F-15E aircraft to
Saudi Arabia, although it
permitted the sale of earlier,
less sophisticated models of
the F-15.
The amendment, sponsored
by Sen. Howard Metzenbaum
(D-Ohio), also stipulated that
Saudi Arabia may not have
more than 60 F-15s at any
one time.
The House of Representa-
tives approved identical
legislation as part of the
foreign aid authorization bill.
President Reagan is expected
to receive the bill later this
month, after the Senate and
House bills are approved in
final form.

Chrysler Exec
Sees Diminished
Industry Bias

If the automobile industry
had a reputation for anti-
Semitism in the past, it
doesn't today, according to
Chrysler Motors chairman
Gerald Greenwald.
Greenwald, who is Jewish,
told more than 100 par-
ticipants at last week's
Jewish Welfare Federation
Breakfast Club that because
the industry possesses a
large, well-educated manage-
ment group, it probably har-
bors less anti-Semitic senti-
ment today than other large
corporations.
Greenwald's least comfor-
table experiences were when
he was in top management
with Ford Motor Co. and
working with people in Ger-
many and especially Argen-
tina who still sympathized
with Hitler's Nazi regime. In
one instance, a host bragged
that dinner was being
prepared by a man who had
been Goebbels' personal chef.
Sensing Greenwald's unease,
the host assured him that the
chef was apolitical.
In response to a question
about outsourcing by
Chrysler to manufacturers in
Israel, Greenwald said that
while Israel is good in high
technology areas, it is not as
good in manufacturing the
lost cost, mass produced
quality parts Chrysler needs.

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you'll enjoy this Chanukah with friends and lov-
ed ones near.

May the meaning of the season bring content-
ment, joy and peace and throughout the days.
of follow may your blessings all increase.

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