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October 29, 1982 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-29

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18 Friday, October 29, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Solidarity Sunday a Community Reality

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"I'm a Jew because I want
to be a Jew — both in the
horizontal sense and the
vertical sense. In the hori-
iontal sense, I am kin and
brother to every Jew today
wherever he may live. In
the vertical sense, I am a de-
scendant of every Jew who
came before me and an an-
cestor of my children and
grandchildren after me."
Bikel, senior vice
president of the American
Jewish Congress, told
potential Campaign con-
tributors, "You can't sit this
one out; we only have each
other."

* a a

Turover Group
Gives to AJC-IEF
Although the organiza-
tion has officially dis-
banded, members of the
Turover Aid Society have
presented a $1,000 State of
Israel Bond to the 1983 Al-
lied Jewish Campaign and
Israel Emergency Fund. In
recognition of the special
needs facing Israel and the
Jewish community,
president Nathan Samet
and secretaries Bella Hon-
eyman and Anne Wein-
berger' made the presenta-
tion.
Founded in 1909 by a

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Paul Borman and Sen. Carl Levin are shown in
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Service Division. In the bottom photograph, the Aes-
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check to the Campaign. Shown are, from left, Jack
Robinson, Morris Averbuch and Harold Podolsky.

DO REAGAN'S "CONFRONTATION POLITICS"
MAKE YOU FEEL SECURE?

* DETERIORATION OF RELATIONSHIPS
WITH OUR ALLIES

Increasingly, the U.S. is taking an adversary posi-
tion with long-time friends and eroding formerly-
positive relationships.

*INCREASED TENSION IN THE MIDDLE-EAST

Al Sipher opposes any reduction in U.S. support
for Israel.

*INCREASED THREAT OF NUCLEAR WAR
WITH RUSSIA

U.S. diplomacy has been reduced to threats and
rhetoric. The administration ridicules and
threatens those who support a mutually verifica-
ble nuclear freeze.

William Broomfield, as the ranking Republican on the House
Foreign Affairs Committee, never wavers in his single-minded
dedication to the dictates of Reagan's disastrous foreign policy.

ELECT

group of 15 individuals from
the city of Turov, Russia,
the Turover Aid Society was
an active philanthropic and
social force in the Jewish
community for many years.
By 1910, under its first
president, Abraham Gre-
nadier, Turover had re-
cruited 500 members and
eventually founded a
synagogue known as Cong.
Ezras Achim.

In 1923, the group pur-
chased a building to
house the Turover Loan
Association, which pro-
vided loans to members
at no interest charge.
Cemetery grounds also
were obtained that year.
A Turover Ladies Auxil-
iary was formed in 1928
with Mrs. John
Lebowsky as its first
president.

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