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September 19, 1986 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-19

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don LaRouche organization,
the KKK and neo-Nazis. He
called a Jewish alliance with
the Christian religious right,
"playing with fire."

"Ladies and gentlemen, we
cannot take our freedoms for
granted," he insisted. "If it
wasn't for (Sen.) Lowell
Weicker and others who will
fight with us, your children
and grandchildren would be
having Christian prayers in
their schools."

Descending from the podium
to speak to his audience face to
face, Metzenbaum declared:
"I've never quit being . . . a
very proud Jew. I was called —
and I resented it, but in some

sense I am proud of it — the
senator from B'nai B'rith."
American Jews are so
privileged, he said, that they
shouldn't have to solicit funds
from each other for Jewish
charities. Each Jew should ask
himself, "What should I do?
What can I do? Am I doing
enough? If we let our con-
sciences be our guide, then this
community — as generous as it
is — would probably give dou-
ble."
Answering a question from
the audience about Chief
Justice-designate William Re-
hnquist, Metzenbaum said, "If
ever there was a man who
shouldn't be chief justice, it is
this man."

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Oct. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at the Recess
Club in the Fisher Building.
One of the keynote speakers
will be David Lawrence, Jr.,
publisher and chairman of the
board of the Detroit Free Press,
who will relate impressions of
his trip to Israel.
Pinchas Dror, minister, eco-
nomic affairs for the Israeli
Embassy in Washington, D.C.,
will speak on the past and pre-
sent trends in the Israeli
economy and the implications
for American businessmen and
women. Dror has been manag-
ing director of Moriah (Israel)
Energy and Technology, Ltd.,
founding and managing direc-
tor of Yozman Management
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Petrochemical Enterprises.
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