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July 11, 1980 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-11

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14 Friday, July 11, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Minnesota's Sen. Boschwitz Among GOP Visitors

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By

SAM FIELD

Call

399-1320

Dignitaries will be in
abundance at the Republi-
can National Convention in
Detroit next Week. Among
the many who will be in the
limelight will be the two
Jewish Republican U.S.
Senators, Jacob Javits of
New York and Rudy Bos-
chwitz of Minnesota.
Sen. Javits is represented
in this issue with a state-
ment defining his views as a
Republican.
Sen. Boschwitz is the ge-

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nial young legislator who
defeated the Democratic
machine in hitherto
Humphrey-dominated
Minnesota.
Possessing a good
sense of humor, Bos-
chwitz literally enchants
his constituents.
Born in Berlin, the son of
a Jewish industrialist and
civic leader, Boschwitz
came to the U.S. as a child.

He studied business and
pre-law at John Hopkins
University in Baltimore for
two years, earning a BS de-
gree at age 19 from the New
York University of Com-
merce. He was graduated
from New York University
Law school with an LLB de-
gree.
He served two years in
the Army 'Signal Corps.
Boschwitz built his
reputation during his 15
years as a Minnesota
businessman when he
frequently took the lead

During his campaign for . ney Foundation and the
Senate, Boschwitz stressed Lubavitch House in St. Paul
the need for government to are a small sampling of his
contain more representa- many involvements.
tives from the business
world, men and women who
have a working knowledge
Funding
of fiscal responsibility.
for Progroms
Though his involvement
LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
in politics began quite by
chance, Boschwitz's partici- Programs offered by
pation is based upon his be- synagogues for Jews with
lief, as a person who has re- special needs will be funded
ceived much from the by the Los Angeles Jewish
American system, he needs Federation Council in a new
policy for which a special
to return it as well.
location of $75,000 has bi
Not just in politics — as a made by the Jewish Co
national committeeman munity Foundation.
since 1971 and now as a
There will be no limit to
Senator — but as a private the kind of service a
citizen, he has followed his synagogue can offer "based
practice of "returning." He on the needs of their own
has served as a fund raiser communities."
and director for various
PD POL ADV
civic activities: The Guild of
VOTE AUG 5TH
Performing Arts in the
Twin Cities, the American
Cancer Society, the Min-
nesota Mental Health Asso-
State Representative — 69th District
ciation, the Minnesota Kid-

L.A. Synagogues
to Get

SEN. BOSCHWITZ

to show what a relatively
small business can do to
counter the forces of in-
flation and increasingly
high prices from
suppliers.

PATRICIA A. KELLY

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