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October 24, 1980 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-24

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28 Friday, October 24, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Congregations
Beth Achim and rnai David

together with the

MICHIGAN COALITION FOR REAGAN

invite you to hear

WILLIAM S. BROOMFIELD

Member of Congress. 19th District
Minority Leader House Foreign
Affairs Committee

and

RITA E. HAUSER

Member Council on Foreign Relations
Former Member U.S. Delegation to the
UN General Assembly

and

U.S. SENATOR RUDY BOSCHWITZ

of Minnesota

Topic:

"RONALD REAGAN

WHY HE DESERVES YOUR VOTE"

Project Renewal
Nursery Opens
in Ramat Gan

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The first building to be
erected from Project Re-
newal funds, an ultra-
modern day nursery for 80
young children, was opened
two weeks ago in Ramat
Hashikma, a district of
Ramat Gan. The funds were
raised by the Philadelphia
Jewish community, which
is linked to Ramat
Hashikma in Project Re-
newal.
Jewish Agency Executive
chairman Leon Dulzin, De-
puty Premier Yigael Yadin,
the government's chief
representative on Project
Renewal, and Ramat Gan
Mayor Israel • Peled
attended the opening to-
gether with representatives
of the Philadelphia commu-
nity. Dulzin declared that
past misunderstandings
between the government
and the Jewish Agency over
Project Renewal were now
over and the two bodies
would be working in har-
mony on the project.

JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Zionist
World
-The
Organization/Jewish
Agency will undertake a
total overhaul of its system
of appointing and training
shlichim (emissaries to the
Diaspora) in the wake of in-
sistent urging by chairman
Leon Dulzin that has finally
overcome opposition from
some of the departments.
A recent announcement
confirmed that the two
main planks of Duizin's
proposal had been carried
by the WZO Executive and
would be implemented: a
central authority for
shlichut will be set up, and a
single training program for
shlichim will be instituted.

21100 W. 12 Mile Rd.
between Evergreen & Lahser

Eban Supported
Soviet Meetings

National Honorary Chairman Coalition For Reagan

Max M. Fisher

Executive Committee Michigan Coalition for Reagan

Paul Borman, Tillie Brandwine,
Lawrence Jackier, Irving Laker,
Edward C. Levy Jr., Sam Rich
Jane Sherman, Alan E. Schwartz

Paid for by the Reagan/Bush Committee for Michigan,
Jan Ellis, Treasurer

c)
,
KaWac

Accepts
Dulzin Plan
for Emissaries

Congregation Beth Achim

at



WZO

In the future, shlichim
will be "emissaries of the
WZO or of the Jewish
, Agency, not shlichim of par-
ticular departments."
Moreover, shlichim operat-
ing in a particular country
will work "as a united dele-
gation" under the leader-
ship of a senior shaliach
who will represent "the
WZO Executive" as such.

MON., OCT. 27th 7:30 P.M.

GREENE BROS

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Former Israeli Foreign
Minister Abba Eban re-
cently told Davar that he
had suggested formal
Israeli-Soviet meetings in
Geneva during the early
1970s.
Eban said that Andrei
Gromyko opted for casual
meetings instead. Eban
wrote that Henry Kissinger
helped arrange the meet-
ings, contrary to reports
that he opposed them, and
that Yigal Allon met with
Gromyko in 1975.
Eban said the meetings
ended after Moshe Dayan
became, foreign minister in
1977.

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