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July 27, 1984 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-27

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24 Friday, July 27, 1984

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vision of the American
Jewish Congress.
. The Spanish„ Speaking
Unity Council, a 20-year-
old organization was Vied
for two decades of service at
the annual Community
Service Awards dinner of
the AJCongress division on
June 14.
Justice J. Anthony Kline,
of the California Court of
Appeals, used the occasion
to call for stronger links be-
tween the Hispanic and
Jewish communities and
with other minority com-
munities.
This was the first time the
Northern California Di-
vision of AJCongress has
honored a group of out-
standing community serv-
ice. Until now, award reci-
pients have been individual
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marriage between blood re-
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the primary band between
persons. Therefore "Jewish
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