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October 11, 2002 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-11

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met with Rabbi Zvi Konikov to recite
a prayer for his son's -safe and success-
ful flight. 'A little puffin , of the
strings from above won't b hurt," said
Konikov, the Lubavitch emissary to
the Space Coast area of Florida.
Atlantis, after months of delays, lift-
ed off to bring the crew to work on
the international space station. Israeli
Col. Ilan Ramon, whose launch has
been delayed until January, has also
met with Konikov to discuss how to
keep the Sabbath in space.

Presidents Blast
College Anti-Semitism

New York/JTA — Hundreds of college
presidents ripped anti-Semitism on
campuses in a New York Times ad.
Spearheaded by the American Jewish
Committee's Task Force on Anti-
Semitism, the statement was created in
response to campus activism on the
Middle East that in some cases has
veered into overt anti-Semitism.
The letter was initiated by James
Freedman, former president of
Dartmouth College and chair of the
AJCommittee's Domestic Policy
Commission. It follows a September
speech by Harvard University's presi-
dent in which he said that some activi-
ties of the campus anti-Israel move-
ment are anti-Semitic.

Warsaw Jews
Gain Torah Scroll

Rome/JTA — A liberal Jewish group
in Warsaw received a 100-year-old
Torah from the Reform community of
Clarksdale, Miss. The Torah was pre-
sented to Bejt Warszawa, a havurah-
type community, during the High

Diaspora Jews
Are Praised

New York/JTA — Diaspora Jews have
proved their solidarity with Israel dur-
ing the present crisis, the chairman of
the Jewish Agency for Israel said.
Speaking Oct. 3 before the leader-
' ship of the World Jewish Congress,
Sallai Meridor said the 20th century
was characterized by diaspora Jewry's
efforts for the establishment and
building of the State of Israel.
The 21st century, he added, "will be
characterized by the interdependence
of diaspora Jewry and Israel."


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Circuit Court Judge

Please join us in voting
for Martha Anderson!

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Also Endorsing Martha Anderson...

The Oakland Press

"There are two new Oakland County Circuit
Court judgeships.We endorse Martha
Anderson for one of the two new seats."

The Detroit News

"Our recommendation is Martha Anderson
of Troy. Anderson has been a long-serving
referee hearing family matters in the Circuit
Court and would be a good choice as a
judge in the court's family division."

The Detroit Free Press

"Anderson's 22 years as a Circuit Court
referee will let her hit the ground running.
She's extremely well respected by the
Oakland County legal community."

The Oakland County Sheriff's
Department Command Officers Assoc.

The Police Officers Assoc. of Michigan

MICO (Michigan Court Officers)

MIPA (The Michigan Inter-Professional
Assoc. on Marriage, Divorce & the Family)

The Referees Assoc. of Michigan

The South Oakland County Bar Assoc.

Martha Anderson has also received the
highest recommendation given to Circuit
Court candidates by the Oakland County
Bar Association.


For additional endorsements and information,
visit Martha's website at: www.andersonforjudge.org

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