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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 8, 1985

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Jewish Life Exhibition
For Campaign Report

A demonstration of Allied
Jewish Campaign partnership
will take place this weekend when
"Jewish Life Around the World,"
an exhibition of 51 photographs
by photographer Arthur Leipzig,
opens at the Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center.
The exhibition is sponsored by
the Jewish Welfare Federation in
honor of its overseas partners
through the Joint Distribution
Committee. It will run through
April 5.
The public is invited to meet
Leipzig at a Campaign progress
report meeting 9:30 a.m. Sunday
in the Center's Aaron DeRoy
Studio Theatre. Campaign
chairmen Robert H. Naftaly and
Stanley D. Frankel have urged
volunteers in all Campaign di-
visions to have their assignments
completed by Sunday. Progress
reports will be given by Campaign
divisions.
Leipzig's photos act as a window
into the lives of Jewish people
around the world.
On Thursday, Kentucky
businesswoman Mickey Baron
will address the Business and Pro-

fessional Women's Division of the
Campaign at a fund-raising
dinner at the home of Florine
Mark Ross.
On March 20, "Decisions '85:
Federation Town Meeting on
Budget Priorities" will launch the
allocations process at 6 p.m. in
Shiffman Hall of the Maple-
Drake Center. Jewish Welfare
Federation President Joel D.
Tauber will preside.
A Campaign progress report
will be given by chairman Robert
H. Naftaly, followed by a pre-
sentation of local needs by James
M. August, chairman of Federa-
tion's Conference of Division
Chairmen. Martin E. Citrin, im-
mediate past president of the
Council of Jewish Federations,
will present overseas require-
ments.
Afterwards, members of the
audience will be able to express
their views.
A sandwich supper will be
served, and reservations are re-
quired. Persons wishing to par-
ticipate and to place an item on
the agenda are asked to call Mary
Neubert at Federation, 965-3939.

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U.S. Rep George Crockett (D-
Detroit) said this week that while
he understands the State De-
partment's reasons for thwarting
a meeting between a group of
Congressmen and a Palestine
Liberation Organization repre-
sentative, he will continue to ad-
vocate such meetings in the fu-
ture.
Rep. Crockett had invited
members of the House Foreign Af-
fairs Committee and the Congres-
sional Black Caucus to meet "in-
formally" with Zehdi Terzi, the
PLO's permanent observer at the
United Nations. Five Con-
gressmen had expressed interest
in attending the meeting, which
was tentatively set for Wednes-
day in Washington.
But the State Department tor-
pedoed the idea Friday when it
refused to waive travel restric-
tions on Terzi's visa that confine
him to the New York area.
"Our invitation to Mr. Terzi
was extended to allow members of
Congress the opportunity to hear
the current views of the PLO on
crucial issues in the Middle East,"
Crockett said Monday in a letter
to Secretary of State George
Shultz. "We continue to believe in
the importance of allowing mem-

Due to a printing error, the
price of the March 1 Jewish
News read 40 cents rather
than the new price, 50 cents.
The subscription rate read
$18. The view subscription
rates are as follows: $21, reg-
ular rate ($39 for two years);
$23 out of state and $35 out of
country. The Jewish News
regrets any inconvenience
this may have caused our
readers.

bers this opportunity . . . It is our
intention to renew our invitation
to Mr. Terzi at a more propitious
time."
The proposed meeting had been
bitterly opposed by a number of
those invited, including Rep.
Mark Siljander (R-Three Rivers).
"The PLO does not recognize the
right to exist of one of our key and
most important allies — Israel,"
Rep. Siljander's legislative direc-
tor, Mark Strand, told The Jewish
News last week. "So why should
we grant a terrorist organization
like that any credibility?"
While the State Department
does not have a specific position
on public officials meeting with
representatives of terrorist organ-
izations; it has long been United
States policy not to meet with the
PLO until it explicitly recognizes
UN Resolution 242, which calls in
part for acknowledgment of Is-
rael's right to exist. Rep. Crockett
has met privately with Terzi on a
number of occasions.
The Congressmen who said
they would consider attending the
meeting were Reps. John Conyers
(D-Detroit), Walter Fauntroy
(D-DC), Parren Mitchell (D-Md.),
Robert Garcia (D-NY) and Ken-
neth MacKay (D-Fla.).

Nursery Program
At Temple Israel

Enrollment is still available in
"Program '85," the nursery school
program at Temple Israel.
In addition to the nursery
classes, the synagogue is offering
mother-toddler classes and a spe-
cial enrichment program.
For information, call Temple
Israel, 661-5700.

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