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December 16, 1983 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-16

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40 Friday, December 16, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Named to NCCJ

Jewish, Israeli Leaders Meet Top Level Greek Officials

NEW YORK — Howard
P. Allen, president of
Southern California Edison
Co., has been elected na-
tional Protestant co-
chairman of the National
Conference of Christians
and Jews (NCCJ).

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Contacts between Greek
and Israeli socialists were
established for the first time
early last month and a pri-
vate meeting between
Prime Minister Andreas
Papandreou and World

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raise the level of diplomatic
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Rozinker, who had
taken the initiative for
the meeting, explained
his party's views on the
issues arising from the
Middle East dispute. The
two sides agreed to con-
tinue these exchanges.
Bronfman's meeting with
Papandreou was held at
the Greek leader's summer
home in Corfu. The two
were joined by the president
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pean and European Eco-
nomic Community affairs
significant to the Jewish
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lished jointly by the
Britain Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee and the
WJC.
The meeting, which
lasted 11/2 hours, brought
together three officials of
the international depart-
ment of the ruling Pan Hel-
lenic Socialist Movement
(Pasok) and Dr. Avram
Rozinker, international
secretary of Mapam. Ac-
cording to the Monitor, the
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