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September 10, 1982 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-10

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Costa Rica Seeking More Tourism in R

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NEW YORK — San Jose,
Costa Rica is expecting an
influx of American Jewish
tourists in coming months
as the result of a meeting
between President Luis Al-
berto Monge and two repre-
sentatives of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith.
According to Abraham H.
Foxman, ADL's associate

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national director, and Rabbi
Morton M. Rosenthal, direc-
tor of the agency's Latin
American Affairs Depart-
ment, a program is being set
up with the cooperation of
other national Jewish
Organizations to inform the
American Jewish commu-
nity of Costa Rica's attrac-
tions to inform the Ameri-
can Jewish community of
Costa Rica's attractions and
to arrange special tour
packages.
The meeting in San Jose
was a follow-up to one
President Monge had in
June with representatives
of ADL and the American
Jewish Committee after it
was announced that Costa
Rica would return its em-
bassy to Jerusalem.
President Monge said
at the time that his coun-
try would welcome
Americans as tourists not
only because of its
friendly relations to the
United States, but also as
a source of income. He
indicated that Costa Rica
was in sore economic
straits, complicated by
the fact that several Arab
states had . broken con-
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ing the return of the em-
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ATLANTA — The cur-
rent need to curb the
strategic arms race stems
not only from the increased
risk of nuclear war but be-
cause it draws off scarce so-
cial and economic resources,
an American Jewish Con-
gress officer told an audi-
ence honoring Martin
Luther King, Jr.
Robert J. Lipshutz, co-
chairman of the AJCon-
gress' national commission
on law and social action and
head of its Atlanta chapter,
called the strategic arms
race a "needless competi-
tion" that "undermines the
security of every person on
earth."
Lipshutz, a White House
aide to President Jimmy
Carter, spoke at a rally at
the Martin Luther King
Center. The gathering was
called to reaffirm Dr. King's
vision of "jobs, peace and
freedom" in his famous "I
Have a Dream" speech dur-
ing an historic march on
Washington 19 years ago.

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tion of American Jewish
leaders will visit Costa Rica
in November to work out de-
tails of the tourist program
with Costa Rican officials.
The ADL leaders praised
Costa Rica as a country' in

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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION
OF DETROIT

Nominees to the Board of Governors

Pursuant to the by-laws of the JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION OF DETROIT the following list
of nominees, selected from the membership of the Federation, eligible for election to the Board
of Governors of the Federation has been presented to the Executive Vice-President not less
than thirty days prior to the Annual Meeting,which will take place on Wednesday, October 13, at
Mat Shalom Synagogue, Farmington Hills, et 7,:30 p.m.

FOR RE-ELECTION

3-Year Term Ending in 1985

Rabbi Irwin Groner
Stuart E. Hertzberg

Jessie Stern
Shelby Tauber_

FOR ELECTION

3-Year Term Ending in 1985

Paul D. Borman
Hugh W. Greenberg

Edward C. Levy, Jr.

Robert H. Naftaly
A. Alfred Taubman

VA Changes Date

WASHINGTON — "The
Jewish War Veterans of the
USA applauds VA Ad-
ministrator Robert Nimmo
for his correct, admirable
decision to postpone the
dedication of the Fort In-
diantown Gap, Pa. VA
cemetery," declared JWV
National Commander
Robert M. Zweiman. The
dedication had been
scheduled for Sept. 19, on
Rosh Hashana.

He who knows only his
own side of the case, knows
little of that.
—J. Stuart Mill

Other persons may be nominated by petition or petitions signed by not fewer than 25 members
of the Federation and filed with the Executive Vice-President of the Federation not less than ten
days prior to the date of the Annual Meeting. Only one person may be nominated in each petition
and no nomination shall be valid unless the nominee shall have consented to be a candidate.

-1982 NOMINATING COMMITTEE

Carolyn Greenberg
Chairman-

N. Brewster Broder
Marvin I. Danto

Myron L. Milgrom
David K. Page

JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION.

George M. Zeltzer, Executive Vice-President
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965-3939

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