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June 15, 1979 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Cordially Invites You to a
TESTIMONIAL DINNER

Stormy Finale
for Third World
Conference

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COLOMBO, Sri Lanka —
All was not calm at the final
session of a conference in
volving Third World na-
tions this week.
An Arab at the meeting,
which took place behind
closed doors, angrily
shouted at an Egyptian that
President Anwar Sadat
would be "toppled like the
Shah of Iran," according to
the New York Times.
The man, appranently a
delegate from the radical
Arab grouping of Iraq, Syria
and Algeria, was said to
have threatened violence
against African delegates
and others who supported
Egypt. "As for the Egyp-
tians," he added, "We can
dispose of them right out
there in the hall."
The stormy session was
also marred by the
threatened resignation of
Sri Lanka Foreign Minis-
ter and conference
chairman A.C.S.
Hameed.
Hameed's decision came
when neither side would
"budge an inch" on the
Egyptian issue. He was
eventually convinced by an
aide that his resignation
would not do any good and
would be considered a "cop-
out" by the others present at
the conference.

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and on the occasion of the 31st Anniversary
of the State of Israel

On Wednesday evening, June 20, 1979
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
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Cocktails, 6:30 p.m. Dinner, 7:00 p.m.

Israel-India
Contacts Made
Through Dayan?

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
High-level contacts have
taken place between Israel
and India in an attempt to
clarify the years-long chill
which has characterized
India-Israel Relations since
the establishment of the
state.
In Jerusalem it was
learned that such contacts
included an incognito visit
by Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan to India in 1977 and
attempts at arranging a
similar visit during Dayan's
trip to the Far East last
month.
The source, a high-
ranking member of the rul-
ing Janata Party and one of
Israel's most fervent sup-
porters in India, contends
that Dayan's trip to India,
during which he secretly
met with high-level Indian
officials, came as an at-
tempt to further the dip-
lomatic realtions between
the two countries which
have never held full rela-
tions between them.
At present, an Israeli con-
sul is stationed in Bombay
and India's interests in Is-
rael are relayed through the
British Embassy in Tel
Aviv.

Revel Awarded
Siegel Chair

REHOVOT — Prof.
Michel Revel, head of the
Weizmann Institute's Vir-
ology Department and a
leading researcher on the
control of viral diseases, has
been awarded the Ruth and
Jerome A. Siegel and Freda
and Edward M. Siegel Chair
in Virology.

Guest Speaker Philip M. Klutznick,
President World Jewish Congress.
Former U.S. Delegate to United Nations.
Past President B' nai B' rith International

Dinner Chairman:
David B. Holtzman

Honorary Chairmen: Max Fisher, Charles Milan, Paul Zuckerman
Associate Dinner Chairmen: Marvin Daitch, David B. Hermelin,
Mark E. Schlussel

Honorary Co-Chairrhen: Mrs. Morris Adler / Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berry / Mr. and
Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine / Mr. and Mrs. Irwin I. Cohn / Dr. and Mrs. William
Haber / Dr. and Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser / Mrs. Charles Milan / Mr. and Mrs.
Max M. Shaye / Mr. and Mrs. Leonard N. Simons / Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Slomovitz / Mr. Phillip Stollman / Mr. and.Mrs. Max Stollman / Mr. and Mrs.
David P. Zack / Mrs. Paul Zuckerman

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President, Jewish National Fund of Greater Detroit, Carmi M. Slomovitz
Executive Director, Percy Kaplan

Contribution (incl. dinner):
(Minimum) Per Couple $15000

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