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February 10, 1984 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-10

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Friday, February 10, 1984 13

Israel Attitudes
and Electioneering


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Jewish political involve-
ment in congressional races
intensifies during an elec-
tion year, one disturbing
aspect deserves attention.
Based on voting records,
public statements, and ac-
cessibility by the Jewish
community one can usually
make an informed judg-
ment about a Representa-
tive or Senator's attitudes
toward Israel.
Fortunately, there are
not that many who are un-
friendly or unresponsive to
arguments that a secure Is-
rael serves U.S. interests.
But there have been some
clear choices between a
friend and a non-friend in
past elections.
At present, candidates
such as Senator Charles
Percy in Illinois and Sen-
ator Gordon Humphrey
in New Hampshire —
both in hotly contested
races — are seeking
Jewish support. Based
on their own records, and
just as important, their
probable opponents' ex-
cellent records, such
support is not deserved.
Belief in redemption is a
traditional Jewish value,
but in an election year, past
deeds should speak louder
than present words.


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and that's going to take a
great deal of time."
Ben-Sira has been look-
ing for Ooshahoff for 2 1/2
years in various parts of the
world. He said that several
people with that name have
contacted him, but in each
case it turns out that it is
the wrong Ooshahoff. Ben-
Shira said that man might
have changed his name or, if
still alive, might have for-
gotten that he bought the

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Israel Radio says the Israeli
government will list a 1984
deficit of •$1.3 billion and
will ask the Reagan Admin-
istration to cover the entire
deficit. .
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ceive $910 million in non-
military aid from the U.S. in



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attorney from Jerusalem
representing a real estate
developer, Ooshahoff
bought a parcel of land,
some 7,000 square feet, in
1942 worth about $300 at
the time. The land is in the
middle of one ofJerusalem's
fashionable neighborhoods
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Agency "If we can't lo-
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his heirs we will have to

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