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February 19, 1982 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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AJC-IEF Event Is Rescheduled

HAPPY 18th & 80th BIRTHDAYS

ANNE & MAX ABRAMSON

Due to inclement weather
on Feb. 3, the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Junior Di-
vision has rescheduled its
men's pre-Campaign
cocktail reception for 7 p.m.
Feb. 28 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
The evening's speaker
will be David Greene,
chairman-designate of the
National UJA Young Lead-
ership Cabinet.
For reservations, call the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
965-3939.

From Your Children

Sybil, Mel, Alicia
Geoffrey & Elliot

Happy Anniversary

.

REGINA & MORRY
POLINSKY

Sen. Sarbanes
Backs Israel
A leader of the U.S. Se-

All Our Love

Curiosity languished
under repeated stimulants,
and novelites cease to excite
surprise, until a length we
do not wonder even at a
miracle.

Earl, Renee,
Howard, Joel, Jason
and David

nate fight against the sale of
AWACS to Saudi Arabia
told an Allied Jewish Cam-
paign audience last week
that attacks on the so-called
Israeli lobby have been
"outrageous," particularly

since Mobil Oil didn't have
to explain away its own,
pro-Saudi position put forth
in full-page ads during the
AWACS debate.
Paul D. Sarbanes (D-Md.)
told Campaign contributors
at Adat Shalom Synagogue
Feb. 11: "I-think Jews and
non-Jews in this country
who are deeply concerned
about American policy in
the Middle East, and par-
ticularly that it ought to be
consistent with American

values and American prin-
ciples, are not a Jewish or
Israeli lobby but really an
American lobby for what is
best with respect to Ameri-
can values and American
principles."
Targeted for defeat this
year by the National Con-
servative Political Action
Committee (NCPAC), Sen.
Sarbanes urged his listen-
ers to assume "a double
burden": "to, ensure that
forces within America are
such that our pluralistic
society can be preserved and
maintained" and "to ensure
that American policy main-
tains its fundamental com-
mitment to Israel's survi-
val."

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Lawrence Jackier, Irwin Alterman and Norman Pap-
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Shown at the Junior Division women's cocktail
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Kaye, Marjorie Werber, Diane Safran, speaker How-
ard Stone, Carol Klau and Caryl Scheuei. In the bot-
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Singer, Dr. Alan Dorfman, Steven Morris, Sanford
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Safran, Neil Gross and Jerrold M. Bigelman; kneeling,
Emanuel Razinovsky, Israeli tour guide; Dr. Dan
Guyer and Mark Hauser, mission leaders; and Allan
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