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October 22, 1982 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-22

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52 friday, October 72, 1982

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Churba to Address Meeting at Beth Achim

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pert will address a public
meeting 7:30 p.m. Monday
at Cong. Beth Achim.
Dr. Joseph Churba,
president of the Center for
International Security,
Washington, D.C., also
served as senior policy ad-
viser to the Arms Control
and Disarmament Agency
and professor of Middle East

A former foreign and de-
fense policy adviser to
President Reagan and a top.
Air Force intelligence ex-

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studies at Air University
(Maxwell Air Force Base).
Dr. Churba received a
PhD degree in international
relations, law and organiza-
tion from Columbia Univer-
sity and is the author of"Re-
treat from Freedom" and
"The Politics of Defeat."
The meeting is co-
sponsored by the Detroit
District of the Zionist
Organization of America,
Hadassah, Cong. Beth
Achim and the Jewish
Community Council.

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Luncheon Forum .
to Begin Monday

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FOR WAYNE COUNTY CIRCUIT JUDGE

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The Detroit News said Not all candidates are as extraordinary as Judge White"she has established a
record of industry and attention to detail - ; "demonstrated an unusual grasp of the policy and
administrative issues".
Judge White has had a variety of judicial experience in the civil, criminal, landlord-tenant and ordinance
divisions of the Common Pleas; 36th District Court.
The Free Press recommended Judge White as one of the "better candidates - for the 2 circuit court
judgeships to be filled in November.Cast 1 of your 2 votes for Judge White.

JUDGE HELENE WHITE
• B.A. with honors, Barnard College, Columbia University • J.D., University of Pennsylvania Law
School • Law Clerk to Michigan Supreme Court Justice Charles Levin • Judge, Common Pleas
Now 36th District Court • Member American Jewish Committee and Hadassah

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The Einstein Luncheon
Forum, a newly formed cul-
tural group geared espe-
cially to the Jewish profes-
sional and business execu-
tive, will have its first ses-
sion 12:15 p.m. Monday at
Southfield Charley's.
Co-chairmen of the Eins-
tein luncheon forum Judges
Ira G. Kaufman and Nor-
man Feder announced that
Dr. Joseph Churba, a
former policy adviser to
President Reagan and a top.
Air Force intelligence offi-
cial, will be the guest
speaker.
Co-sponsored by the
Zionist Cultural Center and
the Detroit District of the
Zionist Organization of
America, the Einstein
Luncheon Forum will offer
once-a-month lecture pro-
grams on themes of interest
and concern to the Ameri-
can Jew.

Israel to Help
Costa Rica
Combat Terror

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —

Israel will help Costa Rica
combat a mounting wave of
Soviet-Cuban terrorism in
the Central American coun-
try.
A decision to that effect
was reportedly made at a
meeting between Israel
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir and President Luis
Monge in San Jose.
Monge reportedly wel-
comed the Israeli offer, not-
ing the "strong friendship"
between the two countries.
No details were released
about the aid offer.
Monge also reportedly
expressed disappointment
over the lack of support by
European democracies for
sister democracies such as
Israel and Costa Rica.
It was also reported from
San Jose that Shamir raised
the idea of forming a world
organization of demoratic
countries to counter the
United Nations where,
Shamir pointed out, the
overwhelming number of
member-states are not
democratic.

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