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November 07, 1986 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-07

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B'nai B'rith International

NEWS

cordially invites you to attend

The Great American Traditions Award Dinner

honoring

Gerald

and

Glenda
Greenwald

Glenda Greenwald
Publisher
The Michigan Woman Magazine

Gerald Greenwald
Chairman
Chrysler Motors Corporation

Wednesday, __Novernber 19, 1986
The Westin Hotel

Cocktails 6:00 p.m.
Couvert $150.00 per person

Dietary Laws
Black Tie Optional

General Chairman

Honorable William G. Milliken

General Co-Chairmen

David B. Hermelin
Dr. Harold T. Shapiro

Paul Borman
Keith E. Crain

Peter W. Stroh
William P. Vititoe

Detroit B'nai B'rith Foundation Committee

David Levine

Louis Weber

Chairman

Honorary Chairman

Sharon R. Rapapport
Michigan Director

Performing in Concert

For further information and reservations call 552-8070

28

Friday, November 7, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Senate Races

Continued from Page 1

In Detroit, Motor City PAC
president Emery Klein was
delighted by the Senate out-
come. MOPAC pumped
$80,000 into 17 Senate races
around the country, and con-
tributed another $30,000 to
other candidates. Of the 17
Senate candidates it sup-
ported, 14 were elected.
"We feel very good about
this," Klein said. "The Israel
issues have been
strengthened, but so have the
domestic issues which Jews
and Americans are concerned
about." MOPAC based its
support on the candidates'
stances on Israel and their
positions on human rights,
separation of church and
state and other social issues.
"Obviously," Klein said, "we
are very pleased."
Among the successful can-
didates MOPAC supported
were Harry Reid (D-Nev.),
Thomas Daschle (D-S.D.),
Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.),
John Breaux (D-La.), Wyche
Fowler (D-Ga.), and Patrick
Leahy (D-Vt.). PACs are
limited by federal election
laws to contributing no more
than $5,000 to a candidate
during the primary election
and $5,000 during the gen-
eral election.
A Detroit expert with close
ties nationally to the pro-
Israel community called the
U.S. Senate race in Califor-
nia the key race in the nation
for pro-Israel supporters. "If
Alan Cranston had lost, it
would have been a real blow.
He has a 50-year record of
support, starting with his
days as a radio reporter in
Berlin when Hitler was in
power."
The expert, who asked not
to be identified, gave the fol-
lowing rundown on the 34
Senate races (Democrat listed
first, winner's name
capitalized, * = incumbent):
Alabama: Richard Shelby
v. JEREMIAH DENTON*.
Both have poor records on Is-
rael.
Alaska: Glenn Olds v.
FRANK MURKOWSKI*.
Murkowski has been a good
friend.
Arizona: Richard Kimball
v. JOHN McCAIN. McCain
has been an excellent friend.
Kimball was a question
mark.
Arkansas: DALE BUM-
PERS* v. Asa Hutchinson.
Bumpers has been good for
Israel.
ALAN
California:
CRANSTON* v. Ed. Zschau.
Cranston's loss would have
been a serious blow.
Colorado: TIM WIRTH 'v.
Ken Kramer. Both are excel-
lent on Israel.
CHRIST-
Connecticut:
OPHER DODD* v. Roger
Eddy. Dodd is a longtime
friend.
Florida: BOB GRAHAM v.
Paula Hawkins*. Hawkins
has been excellent on Israel
and Graham should be good.
WYCHE
Georgia:
FOWLER v. Mack Mat-

Alan Cranston:
Winning a squeaker.

tingly*. Mattingly had a
mixed record on Israel.
Fowler has been excellent.

Hawaii: DANIEL IN-
OUYE* v. Frank Hutchinson.
Inouye has been a "best
friend."
Idaho: John Evans v.
FRANK SYMMS*. A key
race. Evans has been a close
friend as governor; Symms
has been cool.
Illinois: ALAN DIXON* v.
Judy Koehler. Dixon has
been "outstanding."
Indiana: Jill Long v. DAN
QUAYLE*. Quayle is a grow-
ing friend.
Iowa: John Roehrick v.
CHARLES GRASSLEY*.
Grassley has been excellent.
Kansas: Guy MacDonald v.
BOB .DOLE*. Dole is a
longtime friend.
Kentucky: WENDELL
FORD* v. Jackson Andrews.
Ford is excellent.
JOHN
Louisiana:
BREAUX v. W. Henson
Moore. Both have excellent
records.
BARBARA
Maryland:
MIKULSKI v. Linda Chavez.
Former Sen. Mathais was a
problem. Mikulski has an ex-
cellent record.
Missouri: Harriet Woods v.
CHRISTOPHER BOND. Both
made excellent statements on
Israel.
Nevada: HARRY REID v.
Jim Santini. Santini had a
mixed record, but would have
been better than former Sen.
Laxalt. Reid is excellent on
Israel.
New Hampshire: Endicott
Peabody v. WARREN RUD-
MAN*. Rudman has been
quite good, but not supportive
on arms issues.
New York: Mark Green v.
ALPHONSE D'AMATO*.
D'Amato has been super.
North Carolina: TERRY
SANFORD v. James
Broyhill*. Sanford has been
good on Israel; Broyhill had a
lousy record.
North Dakota: KENT
CONRAD v. Mark Andrews*.

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