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October 14, 1988 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-14

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Detroit Chapter
American Technion Society

drive to put the issue on the
ballot. Now they are doing
mass-mailings of information,
fund-raising and providing
speakers to interested groups.
Each side claims that
voting their way will save
money. The anti-Proposal A
side points out that paying for
a live Medicaid birth is about
10 times as expensive as a
Medicaid abortion. They add
that the child will also be an
additional Medicaid burden.
Pro-Proposal A groups say
that refusing to pay for
Medicaid abortions helps to
lower the pregnancy rate of
poor women, because they
know they cannot get a safe,
legal abortion.
The availability of safe
abortions is another factor,
often raised by pro-
abortionists. They say that
many women who cannot get
a legal abortion will get an il-
legal, perhaps unsafe abor-
tion, resulting in injuries or
loss of life to many women.
Wanetik adds, "If the illegal
abortionist injures her, then
the medical bills for recover-
ing her health will be charg-
ed to Medicaid?'
A forum this Sunday will
present both religious and
secular opinions from each
side. Speaking against Pro-
posal A will be Jeanne Korsch
of the NCJW and Rabbi Paul
Yedwab of Temple Israel.
Speaking for Proposal A will
be Rabbi Goldberg and Diane
Fagelman, a registered nurse
and member of the Commit-
tee to End Tax-Funded Abor-
tions. Fagelman is not
Jewish.
The forum, sponsored by
the American Jewish Com-
mittee, will begin at 11 a.m.
at the United Hebrew Schools
Building. There is no admis-
sion charge.

invites you to the

40th Annual Dinner

Thursday, October 20, 1988

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

27375 Bell Road, Southfield

PAYING TRIBUTE
TO THE FOUNDERS AND PIONEERS OF THE DETROIT CHAPTER

CARL ALPERT

Noted Historian
and
Internationally
Syndicated
Columnist

Strasbourg, France (JTA) —
Pope John Paul II strongly
reiterated his condemnation
of anti-Semitism at a meeting
with Jewish leaders Sunday,
but made no response to re-
quests that the Vatican
recognize the state of Israel.
The pontiff, on an official
visit to Alsace, received a
local Jewish delegation at the
archbishop's residence, where
he spoke briefly on the need
for cooperation between
Christians and Jews.
He avoided answering a
plea made by Rene Gutman,
the Strasbourg chief rabbi, for
Vatican recognition of Israel
and the establishment of
diplomatic ties.

CARL ALPERT

MORRIS ROCHLIN

$125 per person for the
Technion Equipment Fund

6:15 p.m. — Cocktails
7:15 p.m. — Dinner

For information and reservations please call the Technion Office 559-5190

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