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June 15, 1984 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 15; 1984 37

DINNFR TM• 11

HYATT REGENCY 0 'DEARBORN

CHEF JAMES LEHANE

JIMMY LAUNCE PROdtictions

presents

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A New Comedy

Washington (JTA) — The
feasibility of future joint
United States-Israeli de-
velopment assistance proj-
ects was examined during
hearings held last week be-
fore the subcommittee on
Europe and the Middle
East, part of the House
Committee on Foreign Af-
fairs. Chairman of the sub-
committee is Rep. Lee
Hamilton (D-Ind.).
The three witnesses who
spoke in behalf of the $20
million project included Dr.
Jeffrey James of American
University in Washington;
Yitzhak Abt, director of the
Center for International
Agricultural Development;
and Dr. Hyman Gitelson,
president of International
Consultants, Inc.
Dr. James urged passage
of pending legislation on
such projects stating, "our
identification with and sup-
port of Israel's development
activities, and importantly,
our approval of such activi-
ties by the Secretary of
State, are appropriate and
of fundamental importance.
The linkagts established by
this development fund
would be positive, in Ameri-
ca's interest,,and likely to be
of real potential value to us
in other areas of cooperation
with Israel in the future.

Corrections

The obituary for Marvin
Foxman, appearing in last
week's Jewish News,
should have said that Mr.
Foxman was the current
senior vice commander of
the DAV Post 114 and past
commander of the Redford
VFW Post 345.
The name of Mrs. Hen-
rietta McCracken, sister of
the deceased, was inadver-
tently omitted from the
notice.

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U.S.-Israel
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