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May 22, 1981 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-22

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Friday, May 22, 1981 11

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Maynard Wishner to Address
Dinner of Local AJCommittee

.

The 75th anniversary
celebration of the American
Jewish Committee and the
annual dinner meeting of
the Detroit Chapter will be
held 6:15 p.m. June 16 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Maynard Wishner, the
18th national president of
AJCommittee, will be the
guest speaker at the dinner.
Wishner is honorary chair-
man of the public affairs
committee of the Jewish
United Fund of Chicago,
,composed of representatives
f .34 major Jewish organ-
izations.
Associated with the
American Jewish Commit-
tee over a period of many
years, he has been chair-
man of its policy-making
national executive council,
chairman of its Jewish
communal affairs commis-
sion, a national vice
president and chairman of
the Chicago Chapter.
He also is a member of
the board of directors of
the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare

MAYNARD WISHNER

Funds, a member of the
visiting committee of the
School of Social Studies .
Administration, Univer-
sity of Chicago, and a
member of the national
HMO. commission.

Among the milestones
during the past decade for
AJC: Establishment of the
Jacob Blaustein Institute
for the Advancement of
Human Rights; an interna-
tional conference at Up-
psala University in Sweden

Independence Day Contest
Winners Are Announced

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NEVER E l

Arab Diplomats Elect PLO Envoy in Britain

LONDON (JTA) — Nabil
Ramlawi, Palestine Libera-
tion Organization represen-
tative in London, has been
elected head of the Arab
members of the diplomatic
corps to boost the PLO's
political standing.
The move comes on the

was co-sponsored by the in-
stitute; broad educational
program to combat Arab
economic warfare and pre-
vent discrimination against
American Jews; National
Jewish Family Center; in-
troduction of Present Tense, r
new quarterly on world
Jewish affairs; national
study on impact of inter-
marriage on families and on
the Jewish community.
Rose Kaye and Marge
Saulson are co-chairmen of
the dinner committee which
includes Barbara Marcuse,
Lee Jaffe, Mr. and Mrs. Sid
Winer. For information, call
AJCommittee, 965-3353.

eve of the Britain's assump-
tion of the six-month
presidency of the European
Economic Community
(EEC) and is intended to
strengthen the PLO's par-
ticipation in further Middle
East negotiations initiated
by the EEC.

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The Jewish Welfare Federation Junior Division's
prize-winning float is shown before the Israel Inde-
pendence Day parade. In the bottom photograph is
part of the crowd of spectators and demonstrators at
the event.
Several contests were Second place went to
held in conjunction with the Hillel Day School for
Israel Independence Day their float - "From All
festivities at the Southfield Corners of the World."
Civic Center on May 10.
The winners of the
Prizes were awarded on Temmy Skully Essay Con-
the basis of originality of test were also announced.
the parade floats and over- The topic for this year's con-
all excellence. First prize in test was "Relationships: Is-
the adult category went to rael to Me, Me to Israel"
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel and first prize was awarded
Moses for their float "Learn- to Alan Tucker. Second
ing Through the Ages." Sec- prize was won by Benjamin
ond prize __was awarded to Frank and third prize was
the Junior Division of the awarded to Kevin Cogan.
Jewish Welfare Federation
whose entry was "Unity —
Yesterday, Today and To- Carter Speech
morrow."
NEW YORK — Former
In the youth category, President Jimmy Carter
the winning float was told the New York Board of
entitled "Israel Grows Rabbis Sunday night that
Strong" and was spon- the U.S. cannot ignore
sored by Bnai Brith human rights violations in
Youth Organization. other countries.

Although Britain sup-
ports the PLO's participa-
tion in a Mideast settle-
ment, the move appears to
have embarrassed the
Foreign Office which wants
to make up its own mind on
when and where to deal
with PLO officials.





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