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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 8, 1982

34

It is as easy to deceive
one's self without perceiv-
ing it, as it is difficult to de-

ceive others without their
finding it out.
— Rochefoucauld

SUNDAY IS
FAMILY

Gold Rush days were
marked by pioneering and
the creation of new settle-
ments on the West Coast.
The growth of Jewish
communities in San Fran-
cisco to begin with, later in
Los Angeles, more recently
in San Diego, emphasize the
pioneering zest by Jewish
settlers.
J.S. Holliday recites the
complete account in an im-
pressively researched vol-
ume, "The World Rushed
In" (Simon and Schuster),
subtitled "The California
Gold Rush Experience, An
Eyewitness Account of a
Nation Heading West."

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cities in all the 30 states —
the gold rush as a profound
national experience which
changed America's aware-
ness and expectations of the
West."
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men whose experiences
paralleled Swain's."

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to February 1851, the
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Swain's daily life —
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blizzard in the Sierra
Nevada.

His letters from remote
mining camps reveal his
and other miners' heroic ef-
forts to extract gold from the
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Propose Boost
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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Pentagon confirmed
that it is proposing $1.7 bil-
lion in military aid to Israel
for fiscal year 1983.
This amount, if approved
by the Administration, will
be part of the fiscal 1983
foreigh assistance bill to be
submitted to Congress for
approval. It is $300 million
more than the military aid
approved for fiscal 1982.
According to Pentagon
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Defense Department offi-
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Israel reportedly had
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military aid for fiscal 1983.

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campus were several Latin
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