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October 31, 1980 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Political Action Urged in Defense of Israel

Addressing some 100
community personalities, at
a luncheon meeting Wed-
nesday, at Tam-O-Shanter
Country Club, Thomas
Dine, newly-elected execu-

tive vice president of the
American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee (AIPAC)
urged serious concern in the
need for political action to
defend Israel's role as a
strategic factor in Ameri-
ca's foreign policy in the
Ile East.
ne spoke of the need to
counteract Arab prop-
aganda which is becoming
of serious concern in
American-Israel relations,
and warned that Arabs are
spending 16 to 1 financing
attacks on Israel.
Declaring that Israel con-
tinues to have strong Con-
gressional Support, Dine
said that a number of Is-
rael's friends are facing
strong opposition for re-
/ - election Tuesday and he
gave an outline of prospect's
\_ for the future in the events
of serious changes in party
line-ups in the next Con-
gress.
Janet Aronoff, who as-
sumed the chairmanship
of the Greater Detroit
AIPAC Committee, as
successor to Morris
Brandwine and W.B.
Doner, presided and
called for action in behalf
of the movement for Is-
rael's protection through
political as well as educa-
tional actions. She em-
phasized the need to keep
the community, non-
Jewish as well as Jewish,
fully informed on Israel's
vital role as the strongest
friend of the U.S. in the
Middle East.
She was joined by Robert
Naftaly in calling for in-
creased membership
enrollment in the AIPAC
movement to assure protec-
tion for Israel and for the
U.S. position in the Middle
East.
Mrs. Aronoff and Dine
joined in urging the com-
munity to ask members of
Congress from Michigan to
support the House Foreign

Assistance Appropriations
Bill (HR7854), which calls
for nearly $2.2 billion in aid
for Israel ($1.4 billion mili-

West German publisher
Axel Springer details the
Soviet Union's quest for
world power and European
dependence on the Ameri-
, troops stationed abroad
. a lecture reprinted in the
Oct. 18 issue of TV Guide.
Speaking in Germany, to
an audience that included
many U.S. soldiers Springer
said: "Do not forget: we free
Europeans depend on you;
the people in the Middle
East, especially the Israelis,
depend on you, and all the
people threatened by the
Soviet Union depend on
you."
Springer is head of one of
the leading magazine and
newspaper publishing com-
panies in the Federal Re-
public of Germany. His
magazines include "Hor
Zu," which is the German
equivalent of TV Guide.

Music by

Sam Barnett

member of the national
AIPAC executive commit-
tee, it was announced at
Wednesday's meeting.

Big or small, we custom
the music to your needs.

968-2563

AN OPEN LETTER .. .

From hundreds of your neighbors supporting

Cooper for Judge

.-

Springer Lauds
American GIs
Stationed Abroad

tary loans and grants plus
$785 million for economic
support).
Ed Levy Jr. was elected a

Friday, October 31, 1980 21

ant

.

SE. ARE SOME OF THE REASONS WE FEEL IT'S TIME FOR THE
T STEPHEN COOPER WILL PROVIDE!

STRONG AND EFFECTIV

as President of the anai Britth
ate o
S SERVED
COOPER HA Council President. Pro-tem: Deleg
Barristers:
the Jewish City
Community Council-. Southfield Bar Asso his
tion Board of Directors for 7 years; Co-President (with
wife, Caroline) of a Labor -Zionist Branch; American Ar-
bitration Association: Advisor to League of Women
Voters: Hearing Officer. Attorney Grievance Board:
elected to represent Oakland County's lawyers on State

Assembly.

was the scene

DEMOCRATIC CLUB
* THE
SOU
of the
only face-to-face debate between the candidates
which resulted in an endorsement vote. After hearing both
Stephen Cooper.
candidates, they endorsed
continues to show
COURT'S COMPUTER
the civil backlog of the
DISTRICT
* THE incumbent judge with TWICE
other
the
in two Judges, yet the incumbent continues to takee far
more seminar and vacation time off than the two cuent

on
TRIAL LAWYERS ASSOCIATION
goal
* THE MICHIGAN 200 members in furtherance of their
Stehen
f their 2,
eec
behalf
o
of an effective system of Justic recommend
for Judge of the 46th District Court.
Cooper
George D. Kent says that on the basis

* JUDGE
EMERITUS
of his more
than 16 years of experience as a Judge, he

will be a strong and effective
Stephen has
Cooper
asCooper
"repeatedly
demonstrated the legal
believes
ge• appropriate judicial temPerment, analytical
judge
knowled
Coop
skills, industrious
attitude and concern for people and

their problems.

/0 of those voting for
as many as 30 0
* LOCAL
CLERKS
President
will not SAY
vote for their local Judges — your vote is

crucial!!

have met Steve Cooper as he's
* THOUSANDS
OF VOTERS
spoken to dozens
of groups and walked
door-to-door
learning
how they
February
throughout the district since e them.
feel their court can better serv

Regina F. Shapiro
John Sharp
Shaw
Ernest h Sima
Dr. & Mrs. Leon Firestone
Mrs. Robert Shaw
Dr. 6
Henry L. Despard
Betty F fisher
Bob & Lynn Shecter
Gerald I. Regina Dessert
Al Ackerman
Sam Fis
John H. Shepherd
Goldie Adler
Thomas K. DiPietro
Frieda lra nzier
Earl I. Sherman
Mr. & Mrs. Rudolf Afrtch
Donofrio
Timoth y A. Fusco
Jeffrey M. Shillman
Pat & Nancy
Mrs. Harold Gach
James L. Allen
Mr. & Mrs. Hubert Sidlow
Bill & Judy Doran
Mr. &
ROMaIn
Claude
Mrs. Gary S. Galin
Ruth Altomare
William & Judy Doran
Mr. &
Lawrence A. King .
Howard Silver
Michael K. Anspach
Harold & Marita Silverstein
Mary Ellen Dukes
Mark L . Gantz
Jules & Ruth Klein
Armstrong
Kay & Julius
'Michael & Terry Dworkin
Mr. I. Mrs. Steven E. Klein,
Joel F . Garfield
Stuart Sinai
Ashley
d J. Gasiorek
Mark & Margaret Eichner
Mr. & Mrs. Sheldon Klimist.
Mrs. Bunn
Kathy & Gary Sklar
Donal
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Auslander
Renee Gerger
Murray Koblin
Norval, & Judy Slobin
Barry Eisenberg
Jerry &
Mr.
&
Mrs.
y & Georgia Gold
Melvin Barnett
Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Ellias
Irving H. & Lina Small
.Harve
Kenneth E. Konop
Mr. & Mrs. Benson J. Barr
Elizabeth P. Elliott
Id & Sandy Krafsur
S. Bayer
Gordo n S. Gold
Levi F. Smith
Mr. & Mrs. Harry S. Ellman
Mr. & Mrs. Harmon
Laurence H. Smith
Alan
thur S. Goldberg Inge & Oscar Kramer
Elliot 1. Beitner
&GH1rds.
Ar
Ben & Ida Snider
Ronnie Fagin
Mr.
Faye Krohner
Enid Goldenberg
Robert Benefiel Benjamin
Henry & Frieda Faigln,
Norman Sommers
Bill &
Eugene W. Kuthy
Goldman
Ruth & Charles
Mr. & Mrs. Max Sosin
Davi d A.
Ellen & Jim Labes
• Susumu Hada
Beras
Mrs.
Max
Goldsmith
..,
Wallace M. Handler
The Hon. Jack
Joseph & Rose Spindel
&
Harry & Sarah Laker
Louis R. Berent
Mr.
P. J. Harding
Dr. Benjamin & Jennie Stamen
Dr. & Mrs.
Mr. & Mrs._ A. J. LaPorte
Mrs. Mettle Golub
Ben & Elsie Harold
Marsha Berger
Goodman
Marvin & Ethel Stoloff
Charles &:Linda Lax
Don
Rose Goodman
Fred B. Berkley
' Kenneth Harris
Cary A. Storchan
&
Steve
Lebowski
Moe
Jerry Harris
Mrs.
Phillip
Goren
Arthur & Linda Berlin
Madeline 6
Elaine Grand Stulberg
Henry P. Lee
Mr. &
Gourwitz
Allen Berlin
Toby Hazan
Peter T. Swallow
Steven Lepsetz
How and J.
p 1
Ben & Bess e
k Grant
Mrs. Margo
Louis E. Letzer
Phyllis Swartz
Mar
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Berman
Jean & Martin Hollander
jamin W. Grant
Norman Letzer
Ft-cement Sweetwine
Be
Mr. & Mrs.
Mr. &-Mrs. Samuel 1. Bernstein
Sheridan V. Holzman
nald
W.
Greene
'
.
Gerald A. Teller
Henrietta
Levine
Do
R. Bernstein
Carol & Paul Hooberman
man Greenfield
Gerald E. Thurswell
Donald
Levitt
No
Mr. & Mrs. Ray Horenstein
ells & Bondy Gross
Eileen Berris
Ethel & Leonard Tigay
Rose Lieberman
St
M.D.
Stanley & Barbara Bershad
Francis & JoAnne Houttekier
wrence
E.
Gersten
Gerald
N.
Loomus•
Sheldon S. Toll
La
vcd
Bittker
an .
J. K. Rubble
Melvin M. Maddorsky
Da
Mark Gut Rut
Louis Topor
ce Bloom
i
LeRoy R. Huckleberry
Ruth
Miller
Gary & Jan
Edward Traurig
Mitchell Mallin
Ha 1ph & Rut
Rose Bookholder
Sylvia Hyman
Rose & Sam Tukel
Ann
&
Mel
Malzberg
E Ileen MOrris
Stuart M. Bordman
Norman Hyman
Karen
Mansoura
Aldo Vagnozzi
oel
S.
Morse
llson
J
Annette Borinstein
Abe & Belle
Elliot
D.
Margolis
Joel VanConant
arc S. Morse
. & Mrs. Burton Markowitz
Burton E. Isaacs
Helen Bradley
Sidney & Eleanor Wais
`loss
.
Isenberg
Mr
E. saner M
Paul Bragman
e Bernard & Helen
.Nachman
Beryle Walters
Carlo J. Martina
Morris & Tillie Brandwin
A Ian & Joy N
Gilda Z. Jacobs
Roger
&'Susie
McClow
Jane Parker Ward
hermah Naemani
The Hon. Lillian Jafte-Oaks
Harvey A. Brode
Ruben & Jeanette Wartel
Michele
heir'
Sherwin
Newman
Benjamin F. Brody
Michael A. Jaffe e
J.
opitz
Mekltr
Samuel A.
Harvey I. Wax
Mr. & Mrs. E.
z
Jay Brody
Richard J. Jaros
Alexander
T.
Ornstein
Fanny
Michaels
Harry Weinberger
Dr. & Mrs. Harold Bussey •
David & Nancy Michaels
Felton J ones
Bea Weisberg
Frank
Palazzolo
Kahn
Yvonne & John Camp
Helen & Maxwell Miller
David
D.
Michael & Annette Weiss
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence G. KaluznY
L eo Papp
Richard Canvasser
Mr. & Mrs. Michael F. Wilenkin
r
Edward M. Miller
Richard
Payte
Bob & Esther Carr
Fay & Mel Kaner
Hinda Winoker
Michael Pianin
Milton J.
Arthur V. Cash, Jr.
Amelia Karay
Thomas
G.
Plunkett
Karen Winshall.
Nathan Roth
Lawrence S. KatkoWsky
Harold Rothstein
Checsler
Celia Chapin
Mr. & Mrs. Harold R. Pogats
Larry & Andt Voile
6
Lee
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Kaucheck
Mr. & Mrs. George E.
David H. Wolock
Robert Rubin
Herb & Janet Pont
Toby Chudnow
Susan Kay
POrtner
Kenneth
J.
Saf.:an
Robert Wynn
Arnold D.
Joel H. Schavrien
Albert A. Keenan
David A. Citrin
Wayne & Deborah ashinsky
Mrs.
Mrs. Melba Prentis
Mr.
'
Steven Z. Cohen
Barbara Keiden
Richard
H.
Schloss
Sam & Gail Young
Harold M. Provizer
Norton J. Cohen
Rebecca Kellman
Shirley Schneider
Barbara & Norman Ratner
Jeffrey Zabner
n
Michael Kelly
Gabriel Cohn
Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Zabner
Peter M. Schneiderma
Stephen
L.
Rediscl.

The Hon. Pat Kelly
Eric Coleman
Robert & Barbara Zack
Leon
M.
Schurgin
Reid
Rosemary
Mr. & Mrs. David Cooper
Judge George D. Kent
Jim & Stephanie Zack
Ethel
Schwartz
James Reid
Mr.
.&
Mrs.
Robert
H.
Schwartz
Mike Faubert
Mollie Cooper
David & Evelyn Zack
Robert & Lillian Reiss
Murray Feldman
L. B. Cooper
Jack
H.
Segal
Mitzie Zucker
Mark S. Reizen
Fred S. Finning
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Cousens
Barry A. Seitman
Sarah & Herman Zusman
Mrs.
T.
Resnik
Joseph Findling
Roger J. Craig
Michael B. Serling
Rice
'
Stuart
J.
FOCI
Arnold M. Fink
Sam & Gladys Croll
Mrs. Dutch Shank
Mr. 6 Mrs. %;1111Jal
David H. Fink
Richman
Sara Daitre
Sophie S Mel
Neil H. Fink
Debbie Dalaly
Michael
D.
Finn.
Daniel de la Cruz
Joe Deitch

Saucy Robbins
Elaine & Norman Robbins
,Marge h Jerry Robbins
'red Robins
ie G. Robins
Sanford A. Roilikind
r
Hubert S. Hollinge

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