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November 22, 1985 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-22

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Special
Curriculum

Terminal
Hatred

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SERVING DETROIT'S METROPOLITAN JEWISH COMMUNITY

THIS ISSUE 50c

NOVEMBER 22, 1985

CLOSE-UP

Un ion of Cou ncils for Soviet Jewry

COMMUNAL
COMMITMENT

Avital Shcharansky talks to reporters and Congressmen at the Soviet Embassy.

A Summit By-Play
On Human Rights

BY ALAN HITSKY
News Editor



Two things distinguish the
Soviet Embassy in Washington,
D.C. from hundreds of similar build-
ings: the mass of electronic equip-
ment on its roof, and the daily
demonstration across the street.
"Don't go over in groups larger
than ten," were the quiet in-
structions passed to newcomers last
week at the daily vigil for Soviet
Jewry. "If you go to the Embassy
side of the street, don't ring the

Larry. and. Shelly Jackier
juggle their fast-paced
schedules for community
and family.

U.S. Jewry
Coming
Of Age

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Will To Kick Off
1986 Campaign A*

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doorbell without cause. You can be
arr"sted."
ITnlike the official South Afri-
can attitude ahem` demonstrations
against apartheid at their embassy,
the Soviets are strict enforcers of
American law Those charged with
"demonstrating within 500 feet of an
embassy" are prosecuted. Detroit
Soviet Jewry activists William
Graham and Dorothy Mahlin knew

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One of this coun-
try's foremost jour-
nalists, George Will,
will help kick off the
1986 Allied Jewish
Campaign on Dec.
17.
The event will
take place at Adat
Shalom Synagogue, George Will
where admission to
the program will be by invitation
only to 1986 Campaign contributors
of $2,500 and over. The gathering is
set for 6:15 p.m., with cocktails to
precede a buffet dinner.
Will, whose insightful commen-
tary is heard regularly on ABC's
This Week with David Brinkley,"

holds the Pulitzer Prize for jour-
nalism, awarded for his columns in
Newsweek magazine. Harper and
Row published a collection of Will's
columns, The Pursuit of Happiness
and Other Sobering Thoughts, in
1978, and a second collection was
published in 1982 by Simon and
Schuster, entitled The Pursuit of
Virtue and Other Tory Notions.
A former Washington editor of
National Review magazine, Will's
syndicated column appears in 400
newspapers.
His outspoken advocacy of Is-
rael's position and its importance to
the United States has been the sub-
ject of many of his writings and lec-

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